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1'intk'a Ortai Hora*.—Last uight
Iba " I.ady of Lyoua" vaa eoartfd bo
fora n gooal boas*. Mr«. Uoath maalo a
very ^o k! ratiliuo. Aa Claud* Mai
nour, Mr, Wbwlock app*ar»d bofora
lha amli«DC« aa a Into artial ami far bia
maalrrl; rvnilition of that rkararter,
won tlaavrvrtl ap|ilaaai>. Mr*. Kiltuoml*
ax Mtar. I>rat'hap|>«llM, gar* her bear
er* auotbar exhibition of her teraatila
taleuta, aa did alao her hnaband, Mr.
Churlea txlmunil) aa lieanaant. Mr.
l^liuomU baa plated befora audiaaooa iu
Virginia parbapa longer eonaecutiTaly
anr other geutUman. and hi* |<aine
talting eflort* are duly appreciated. Mr.
liilling* as lieneral Uamna vaa good, a*
he ia alwavs., Miaa Mollit Karnor aa
the Widow, returna to n* wilhoat the
loaa of uny of Ihoae perfection* that
endeared ber to u* in th« pa*I. To
night Mr*. Booth appear* a* Ileatriee,
in Shakrnpeare'* coraedr af " Much Ado
About Nothing." Mr. Wbaelock will
gita u* hi* fauion* rendition of the
character of liamdiet, and will ba tap
ported bt th* fall eotnpanr.
blMTBICT Cocrr—Rxmno, JctMI.—
The following btt.iu*** wa» yesterday
transacted in this court: la lb* matter
of the estate of A. Vf. Mclntir*. de
ceased. Margaret Malutire ni *ppoint*d
administratrix, and John Riorden, Rich
ard Mercer and £. L. Stum »«n ap
pointed John l>. Haul #t
il. r». June (». limit et *1.; the order
eutered on the K>th instant wa* *o modi
fied that the refer** i* only to Uk. and
report on the account. between the par
lie*. llarry Neil t». Thotnaa Itarkin;
•outinuad "for the tertn by mnaant of
counsel. Richard Catanayh v*. Michael
Ki'lley; continued to th* lSthinatant, at
10 o'c'ock i. M.; jury waiv*d and wit
nrsses ordered to l>* in attendant!* at th*
time tueuttened. Sylv**t*r ▼*. Fraa*r;
argument waa continnad from Friday to
HatnnUy neit. Jur«ra in attendance
were *xcu»*d until Monday next at 10
a. 11. Court adjourn*U to m**t thia
meruing at 10 o'clock.
Au WuMM*.—W* ar* gratified in
feeing able to atat* that all thoa* wh«
went down from Oold Hill to th* big
rac* at tian Francisco laat Saturday,
caia* oat winn*r». Son* of them loat
on the rac*. Thre* or four **nt up for
money to p4y a few littl* bUl* th*y had
down there; other* made unlucky •pec
ulation* in kiotk* with their winning*,
anil one benevolent iadiridual lent all
hi* money to a couple *f Irienila from
Virginia City. who bet " on the field,
so that b* had to .oak hi* watch and
overcoat to pay hia own raaejjt* hom*:
lien. Ijii left her* with »W3 i* (P>"
not)*, which he doubled on Katl* I ****,
mid ha* «inc* inv**t*d In city lota. II*
i. now writing po*try for th* Hau Trail.
ci*co OtU, and waiting for tho** lot* to
IUarea'* WMH.T.—Thia eery popu
lar illustrated new*p*p*r. Uk* a house
bold word, ftnda faror everywhere, and
i. familiar to everybody. IU cireula
tion i* *uor«ou*. conwqu.ntly it to
furni*h*d at th.v*ry cheap raU.only
<| i>t*r year, by mail, to anb*ertb*r*
throughout th. country. porta*. pre
paid by th* publiah*ra. It* •J1"*''*"
Cn. by Na*. and other. » th. l«Ur
ti.tain the country, for them
aa|v*s. and lb* editorial, ar*i w*ll wnt
trn and carry no amall weight and in
tlueine in the affair* of th* nation- All
who deair* to *ub*erib* for thu
ble periodical wiU dowell «•
advertisement in anotb*runder
head of ".WTo-day." «i«««f ,nl1 P4^
llaivrrm.— District Attorney *l*ct
Will Campbell i* now abl* to b* out on
th* *tr**ta. l>r. Manson ia alio im
proving. but alowly. ... Th* County
Treasurer r*c*it*d $137,083 C» for Stat*
and county tax*, up to th* clo*ing of
the boak. night b*for* laat....J. r.
Wheeler sustaiaed mor* **rioua injuxiea
by hi* lata accident than waa at lr»t
.uppoacd. Hi* right .boulder blad* waa
brokeiT State Printer Putnam, late
of the editorial ataff of th* totoy*"'
i* going " to b* a Oraager and with th*
Tat Ckiom SiLoo*. on Maiu *tr— t.
baa recently been purchaead by Me*ar*.
Cranley A Humphries wh« have. fitted
it up in haudaom* atyl*. Th* *oul that
Uinta not after knowledge, but after an
exhilarating beverage, can
Mm* at the above aaloon, at tha mod
erate coat of on* bit.
Amwhut.-An aaaeaainent *f $1
per ihar* haa been levied by th* Bock
fti.nd Mining Company. See official
n*tic in our adv*rti«ing column* to
A Chtoltala ■■Mntowrf — riaU
»n»U>M nuMrtawh mum
M* I'M* rial! Bucktn, Iftt
Out Pinto friend, Captain Johnaon,
called in to aaa ua yaetarday to inquire
li to politica generally and to diacuaa
tha prvaent itatna of the Pinto and
A mii ran nation a. Tha Captain ia ra
aiding with hla wivea and pappooaaa
orar near Frank town, Weahoe Valley,
and eaya there are about a dozen oampa
of hia people alao in and abeat tha Val
ley. They had heard a rcmer to the
affeot that all tha Pi utea were to be driv
en or excluded from tha towna and wil
lagee of the whitaa. and made to confine
themaelvee to their reaerrationa; alao,
that liateman, the Indian agent on the
Pyramid Lake reaervation, had been
alining up trouble between the Govrrn
ment and tha Piutea, and he came to ua
to Warn tha truth of relative thereto,
lie waa well pleaaed to laarn that there
waa " nothing in it," bat that on the
contrary all waa peace, and no conflict
whatever edated between the Piute and
The ■aaatlanr Qaeallee.
Captain Johnaon eotnplaine on the
part of hia people that the boundariea of
the reaervationa ara not properly deflaed,
eepecially in caae of the Pyramid Lake
reeervatioa. The Indiana do not know
the exact extent of the land eat apart for
them by Government, and have reaaou
te think that aouie white aettlera are oc
cupying land* belonging to the reaerva
tion. They earneetly d aire thia impor
tant matter eettled.
P;raaaia Lake lewrvallea
la in a thriving condition, and yielded
good erope of grain and hay during the
paat aeaaon. Owing to lack of a proper
ayatem of irrigation, however, not a very
heavy eupply of vegetable* waa raiaed.
The Indiana are not generally incliued
to make their permanent home on the
reaervation. Johnaon doea not appear
to like Bataman, the Indian agent, any
more than many other* of the Indiana
do. He aaya he doea not like etarvation
wall euough to live there, bit prefera
taking hia chanree ontaide. Several en
terpriaing Indiana made quite a nice lit
tle atake at cutting hay thia aeaaon.
They procored the proper toola and
hired acme of their brether redakina to
help them. With the proceeda of their
hay aalaa they are able to put on the
aire of capitaliata, but are liable lo go
through on peker before long, that briug
a favorite game with Piute "a|>orta."
They all believe in utonev being a circu
lating medium, eo they alwaya circulate
it and keep it moving, Oeorge Curry,
the head man of tha Pyramid reaerva
tion Piutem died on the reaervation
aome two montha ago.
Captain Johnaon ia not favorable
toward Chineae. and aaya hia poople
"heap don't likum too." Save he:
•• Hpoae Injun geta money, he apenda all
of it, every cent, ia the country. Injun
ahoota rabbi te and aella 'em, and heaawa
wood and doea heap work, and hia
aquaw heap worke too. Haa got hia
childruna and hia family hete, and ia all
aonie'e white folka. He never ateala or
niakee trouble", but you eee thia dam
Chinaman*. They aJl the time makea
troublre. They got no familiee and don t
care a dam. All the money they gita
tbey keepa and aeuda it to China. They
iau t Injuna; they ian't white mena;
they ian't nobedy. I don't aee what
Government "Iowa auch folka in the
5® W«on raarr. ,
We bin often heard the queation
diacuaeed of why then an no Indiana
living aboat Lake Tafece, and why io
very few in hit M«n then, even in the
Summer *eaaon. One would naturally
vuppo** when fiah an ao plenty that
the Indiana would (fo there (or their
•uppliea •( thai lavonta food, inateod of
to other plarva when Aah aro not
abundant or eo larg* and eaaily caught,
▼at bo Indian canoe wm aver aeen on
Tahoe'a broad blue waten. We aiked
Johnaon about thia and ha explained,
thai the Indiana do not know hew to
make lug canoea, or "dug-outa." and
no tulea grow around the border* of
tha lake, from which ther can make
canoea er rafta aame an Iliay hare on
Pyramid Lake, Canon Sink, or Walker
Lake. "Beaidea that," aaya ha, tha
weather'a to* cold, and too much enow
for Injuna in the Winter; and in Hummer
tha tima'a tao ahort, and they ian't
plenty of rabbita and quaila, aame'a
they ia in good many other place*.
White folka llkaa Tahoe, and plenty goea
then, but Injun* doean't care 'bout it,
Ita too sold water, and too deep. Ita
no good place to git drownded in, you
bet. Sometime* the Waahoaa goe* over
then and fool* round the white folka,
bnt they doem't itay long."
Johnaon aaya that tha beat plaoa for
rabbit huntiug i» out in Long Valley and
vicinity, and alao about tha head of Car
aoa Valley. Large hunting partiea of
tha Indiana are going out neit week.
Babbit meal i* a Maple article of food,
and rabbit ekiaa form a atapl* article of
aloak and blanket good* far the equaw*
and pappoeea. About the Aral of next
month they an going to have a aort of
nllgion* fandango over at Walker River.
Their prophet will be praaent and lec
ture thrm on morality: tell them what
ia going to happen in the futun, and all
that aort of thing. Johnaon aaya many
believe him. while othera manly lialan
to him out of curioaity, and a big lot of
free thinkera oonaid*r him a big humbug.
ConruxaxTiai.—We an pleaaed to
acknowledge tha receipt of a compli
mentary ticket to the ftr»t anaiveraary
ball of My*tic Ledge, No. 3, Knighta of
Pythiaa, which takea place on Thuraday
evening nest, al Miner*' Union Half,
Oold llill. The bnthnn an ■ paring
neither trouble nor axpeaae to make
thia, their flni ball, a grand auoeaaa la
every napact, and a glance al the name*
of the gentlemen compoaing tha aavural
aommittaaa of arrangement, etc., ia
enough to convince any one that than
ia no auch word aa fail in thia caae.
Axutib Ball on ni Tarn.—'The
Knickerbocker Engine Company, No. G,
of Virginia, will give a grand ball on
Tbaakagiving night, in National Guard
Hall, Virginia. Tha enterpriaiug mem
ben of thi* company an juat nulling
around in great etyle, and an leaving
nothing undone that will tend to make
of thia, their tenth annual ball, aa affair
that will eclipee all thoaa held pnvionaly.
Tha beat quadrille band ia the Slate ha*
been engaged for tha oceaaion.
Tan Buntm, Snow.—Thia morning
we wan viaited by a alight aaow atorra.
It look* even now aa though tha clerk
of the wratljer waa trying vary hard to
Cup a firat-oJaaa ahower of aaow flakea
our benefit. Wa have poated our
aelvea, and an now ready to anrwer all
Citiona regarding tha anthorahip of
baantiful pome, "The Beautiful,
killed at bu post.
Tha flag at th* Imperial boiiting
work* wsvea at half maat to-4*j, and
•na mora naoia it added to tha already
large U»t of tha namaa of «an who ha*a
mat an untimely and on tha Oomatock
l~u Shortly aftar nine o'clock thia
morning, aa a heerily loaded cage waa
being hoiited to the surface, at tha Im
perial works, tha cable parted at tha
Mel, and hnrling backward with great
force, .truck the engineer then on dtity,
full in the cheat, cnuhing in tha banea
ao that ha bled to death, internally, in
ten minutaa. When the aceideat oc
curml the cage waa only about thraa
hundred feet from tha bottom of the
■haft, and waa prevented from falling by
theeafety. It waa loaded with ore.
Thia caaualty waa one that human
agency could not hare foreeeen any more
than the bursting of the wheel at the
Beleher some weeks since, which occa
sioned the death of two meu. A. M.
Cameron is the name of the unfortunate
■in who waa killed thia morning. Ha
wo* a nitiTi of Montreal, Ciwdi,
about thirtv-five yeara, and learaa na
family. He had been employed at the
worka for the peat three mouths, and
was a steady hardworking man. Tha
inquest wiU be held by Coroner Holmee
to-day, and he wUl ba buried unJer the
auspices or the Virginia Lodge of Odd
Fellows. of which eacletyhe waa a mem
ber. The causa of tha aocidant la at
tributed to a defect in the rope. Thie
can 1* tha ouly reaaon aaaigned and no
blame can be attached ta any one.
Tnt BaixLmtNio**.—Yellow Jaok
et Engine Company's ball, held iu
Miners' Uuiun Hall in this town last
aiifbt. wss a success of the mo* en
counting character. Th* hall wm
handsomely derated, the music excel
lent, the dressoa of the ladies gorgeous,
the claw-hammer* of the gentlemen im
maculate, the floor, reception and man
ajhnii committees j*rfect iu their reepeo
Ui, duties, and—well, it waa the most
enjoyabie affair of tha kind that we hare
had "for aonie time. Fully one-half of
tha gueete of the company came from
Virgiuia. At half-paat eight the first
Mt was called, and dancing continued
until the "wee eroa' hours." Novae,
of the Maynanl House, did the catering,
and it was" a marvel of the culinary art.
Everything paaaed off satisfactorily, and
all "went merry aa a marriage hell,
nothing owurriog to mar the pleaaure
of the evening, aa waa anticipated, for
when the firemen of this town give a
ball it is a foregone conclusion that they
will u«e every endeavor to ujake a sue.
rw«a of the entertainment. Unlike ttio
"boys" of Eaateru towns, they all
know how to conduct themselves aa gen
Wuat Won't Wntaat Do.—Yeatarday
a young mau of this town went up to
Virgiuia aud got soaked with whisky.
In tha evening bo commence*! to buck
the tig", and got still drunker. At last,
to avenge aouie Imagiuary insult, ho
borrowed a pi-tol. aa.l, returning to the
faro game, cockcd it and presented it at
the bend of one of the dealeri. Due of
tha bvatanders, Mr. John Hand, prompt
ly crasiM-d tho weapon, when the lu
furiated druuk, pulled tho trigger. Mr.
Hand fortunately had hold of the »hoot
•r so that when tha trigger fell, it
atruck his finger, aud th. rebv saved the
dealer's life. The dealer then sprang
on his man aud l-ore him to the ground.
Tha inel>riate then drew a dirk knife,
but this also was taken from him. Of
ficers Marrow and Hardy then sptieared
onthese*nu and took the belligerent to
the lock-up. The man who was assault
jdtamaa endit for th. W
niatftiHiiiuioUH uiauutr iu which
acted, for ha would have l>een
n»rfcctlv jaMifliJ iu killing his assailfr.
This should ba a lenou to some rneu
who, when under the influent of liq
uor. in ona moment, are liable to com
mit arts that years cannot efface from
Wiiiii is III Now?—A party by tin
p.m. of Johusun lsst night attempted in
nYifiJ places to obtain money on a can
celled check, drawn by C. W. Leonard
to the order o( M. Barrett (or tbe turn
of *337 50, Countable Tout Harkin grt
on the track of the uinn, arrested and
locked him np in tbe calaboose. There
ia no guard at nigbt over tbat iuxtitution
and aome of the nian'a frienda, taking
advantage of thia, forced an rutrance
into the building and then into bia cell.
They theu released him, and with rocka
demolished the bunk. The next move
they made «u to tear up the mattress
atrewing tbe draw in the middle of the
cell when they a«t Are to it. Fortunate
ly it failed to Mine and eoou went out.
Countable Harkin ban n strong due to
the mau'a preaent whereabout* aud
hope* to solve the above problem sat
Unrr.— Ai the freight traiu at 10
o'clock thia morning neared the Main
atreet crossing, a gentleman front Silver
City drove up in a buggy with hie wife
and a young lad. The horsea took fright
at tbe riuginp of the bell; the geutlemau
who waa driving loot bis presence of
mind and his coutrol over the team. In
some way th'y turned abort, breaking
the pole' aud bending the wheel, and
then backed into a lumber wagon. Tbia
waa tho culminating point, and all of the
occupanta rolled out. Measra. Mundell
and ftu-rn gras|>ed the horaea aud then
Cicked up the unlucky parties. No
docs w»re broken and nobody hurt.
l'toEox SuooTtxo Match.—A match
for $20, nine birds, twenty-ona feet rise,
was shot yesterday near the l'lutus
claim, below Chinatown, Virginia City.
Harris and (Sreen were the contestants.
Harris shot seven birds out of nine, and
Ureea won tbe money by sheotiug eight.
A sweepstakes waa then ahot for, with
three entries—Charley Howard, M.Qill,
and lltlly Bradford—Ave Unls, twenty
•na feet rise. Howard killed Ave; Gill,
four; and Bradford withdrew a'ter mist
ing his tint bird.
Mini*" Items, — The Crown I'oint
Ravine Q. and S. Mining Company will
atari in to-morrow to work the ledge
they have been an for sometime past,
through the Keiituck works. They will
thua be enabled to tap the ledgo at a
much greater depth ..The grading of
tbe aide-track to the Imperial dump was
completed last night by the Virginia k
Tntckeo ltailroad Company. Thirty
men have been employed for aouie little
time on the work.
Anotxib Hiohwat Boom.—'This
morning, lietween the hours of one and
two o'clock, a man waa stopped on the
Barlwry Coaat. Virginia, by two men
who called on him to stand and deliver.
He did ao, but how much, we were un
able to aacertain. The police were very
reticent on the aubject this morning, aa
they had strong hopes of catching their
men. One man waa arretted thia morn
ing on suspicion.
Bcnncx changes in the weathar are
productive ef throat diseaaea, coughs
and colds. There is co mora effectual
relief to lw found than in the uae of
Brown's Bronchial Trochee.
Tuna.—'We herewith acknowledge
the receipt of complimentary tickets to
the muaical entertainment to be given
by the Arion Club of Canon, on next
(■raciAL TO TM MLB BU DAILY *»WH.
Nrw You, Norember 18.—An InvM
tigation into'the eats of tha Brooklyt
Charity Commission, show* a defleiencj
•f nearly 9100,000. %
■(•tea ■•■•r luiTtw*.
CmctaMiTi, November 18.—Two po
mcmtm returned to the city oarly thii
Tjorning with $21,000 of ths atoUn ex
p/tu aaoaay, which waa found buried is
tha wooda a faw miles north of tha city.
Thar* ia atill 935,000 missing.
Tk« Arkansas laMlt.
Chicaoo, NoTember 18.—Tha 7H
bum's Little Rock a pedal aaya that H.
M. Cooper aaya tha Republican Central
Committee daniaa tha authorahip of tha
telegram contained in diapatchea from
Washington to tha Aaaociatad Praaa last
night, whan It aaya ona hundred prom
inent Repnblioana hare been arreeted.
He aaya he doea not know of bat one
man who haa been arreeted, and de
clarea he never aent any anch telegram.
Baaki Xet to ka a raadMato kr
Chicaoo, Not. 18.—A Boaton apecial
letter from a confidant of Qen. Banka
aaya poaitirely that be will not be a can
didate for Speaker of the Hooae. He
feela he haa already now all the fame he
can for himaelf and the State in that
poaltion, and the new party of the fu
ture need* Ida cool and judicieua impar
tizaa council and leaderahip on the floor
of the Houae of RaprraenUtiree; that, at
thia time, ia hia place, and he ia the man
tor that poaition.
Will lf*l be a Reaatorlal taa^Uata.
A l'ortland diepatch aaya Speaker
Blaine in a letter to the Portland JVraa,
in reeponao to a paragraph of him aa
probaule candidate for Senator, atatea
decidedly that he ahould under no clr
cumitancea accept the Senatorthip. lie
aaya: "I am engaged by accepted candi
dature and election to aenre the people of
of Kennebec district aa a repreaentative
in the Ferty-fonrth Congreaa, and from
that duty I could not be turned, even
were tbo Senatorahip offered. Of that
I hare eeen uo indicatiion. He apeaka
in eugollitlc terms of Haulin and frank
ly expreeaee hia deliberate judgement
that Maine would beat consult her
highest interest and honor by returning
Hamlin to the Senate, but deniea he haa
nitwd or intenda to use any influence iu
hia favor. The /Vraj in ita editorial
oommeuta contra oat strongly against
Bates «r Interest an Ntork Iiekaaia.
Noxuox. November 18.—The rate for
money at the Stock Exchange on Gov
ernment aecuritiee ia 4 per cent.; oonaola
for money, ,U3(393)£; accounts, U3})(3
(srtcuL to m oolo sill bailt mm.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
l*Ml Mllii mm lksTr*ttla( Bar* -
WMlk«^ DrMkH r*llo* Mm
San Feakciuco, Not. 18—1:30 r. x.
In pool* for ths great $<1,000 trotting
mot to con* off on Saturday next at the
Hay District Fair track, betVMn Oocl
dent, Pnrdy and FulUrton, Oocident it
selling at #100, FulUrton at $fln aad
#fto, und Furdy at about $70. The eon
tout will b* an exciting one.
We luve had alight shower* of rain
aince 0 a. m. to-day. The weather is
Polio* oflioer Darbier waa fonnd drunk
on hia beat laat night and taken to the
station house by Captain of Police
Was it CAiXLiswinM? — Yesterday
morning Mr. William Wood, of Virginia,
discoTered two servant girl* lying in
sensible on the floor of their apartment.
Tbey were aaphyxlated by eeoaping gas.
Whether ia turning off the gaa the stop
per was turned to* far or whether the
Kaa waa left burning and waa blown out
by a sudden gush of air, ia not at pres
ent known, but the latter i« the aocepted
cauae. The girle were aistars, and came
to thia place about three montha aince.
Bridget has been employed by Mr. Wood,
and her sister EUen, who died this morn
ing, worked somewhere in the neighbor
hood, came to visit bur. Their family
name cannot be learned al present.
Bridget is in a fair way to reoorsr.
Faox P*Avnc«.—Mr. Wm. Henry, the
agent at the Oold Hill depot of the V.
£ T, R. II., ahowed ua thia morning a
sample of ore from the Oolden Fleeeoe
claim, eitaated in the Peavine District.
Tom Oallagher brought np the speci
mens. One assay shewed 973 Hi in
silver and $252 ia gold. The ore is ro
bollioua in character.
Gross lsrosmo*.—No Imposition is skin
to he condemned thaa that of "short welrht."
Mo common Is this thai hsnlly aa article of
cotniseice Is oflkred to the public which has the
ran wrliht represented. ftsch l« set the case
with Dooley'a Yeast Powder, now aslversally
used la this cooi try. Kach packan coatalae,
with scrapuloas exsctnsse. the fall oeastlly or
*aal*hi labeled apoa It, sm will praaace belter
And irrrstfr malu thsa sbt olhsr Baking row.
der la marks*. Try It aad satisfy yoorselvee
or Iks trath of oar sseertloa. For sale br aU
Stocks I'r -Bst Hosts sad Shoes are dowa,
Iherrrors It Is no woadsr that C. A. Nolls
melrr. of the Metropolltsn Boot sad Rhos
Wore, No 1M South 0 strssL VlrrlsLs. Is do
Inc ssch s rushing baslasss. Us ass Jest re
turned from Sen rranclseo with a Irr** slock
of the Islesl styles sad hssl quality of boots
sail shoes, which hs Is ssllla( cheaper than
em. Jsst wslk sp to No. 10* Sooth 0 street,
sad examine kla sew roods. >4
Mostautt PastiXTsn - It sroald bs s mod
erate estlmsts to place the namber at cases la
which coassmpilon Is prereatsd by lh< timely
lea thousand per ssnsm. No eo«|h, cold,
bronchial affection, son threat er o(h< r sllmsst
of Iks ortaas or rssplrallon caa erer defeoerate
Into a mortal disease II this palaUbls sad akeo
■tely laraUlble apeettc be takes la time aad
Blii Poirrs. — Lsrcs-alssd. dslleloas bl
ta,Te*. fresh from the Ut, caa bs had ersry
morale* st Tom Ilsffrns's oslsbrstsd Estlnjr
stand, rslses Saloon, Virginia City. Ale* all
klads or Ash, eprtag eMsksa. porter boste
stesks and srerytbla* slss ersTsd by ths laser
man llstTron's dlsser msrtlMtlm ere •
manrel of xastrooossie sklM. eel] m
Tan Ayer's Ssrvapartlla to partly ths blood
sad pans oat ths hssMr*s pimples, bolls sad
sores, which sre Merely emblems ot Uts rettaa
aeee wlthls. II
DS. raid's DISPENSARY.
DI8PEN8 AR Y
Mo. n Sooth C Street,
VIRQINIA CITY, NEVADA,
(Wkol* Bfcond Floor KuMrpriM Building.)
Vflkt Hon mi
I A. a. to 4 r. a., md 8 to ( r. a. Con
•tltttlon Free. Xxtmlnttlon, ft. Few, |l
Olrn to *11 tlwm of itlMSWM. No Idle pre
ttnilont or Important; no B*tlrrlnc or eipon
menu; notnjurloui dni(r»; bat careful «*m
1 nation* tad the mutt reliable trealmeut s U>»
bMt rwnedlca tppnired by trlenca *nd eiporl
net, which mtjr cure jou though dl»cmiri«ed
Dlmtn of the RVK so,I KAIt. TllltOAT,
LIJNIH tod IIKAltT. I.I VKit and KIDNKVM,
tad til Obronlr, Oonrtltailontl tnd IIIihkI Dl»
A»ihmt, f'tUrili, Itheumitlim, Nenrtlflt,
Jtpltopajr, OcrufUlt, 1*1 Ui. l)rup»j, D/aprptla,
Ltdler out of health tworrd of prompt
OANCKItS tod TUMUKH removed wllhoot
Har«*t tnd n-lrkft known for til PRIVATB
DI8KAHICH of both T»nn« tml «UI. The
wore! rt>» ofSTHICTlIIlK tnd ClIRONIC
VKNERKAI. HI!<KA8B aulckljr relieved.
NO MKIUTItY u»«l.
Where from l>td treatment in J aymplotn re
mtlua. t rtdlctl aire tbould be nought it one*
iron DR. PRICK.
Trtvwlrn* auppllcd with Medicine, etc., tt
TO YOUTflfft AND .1IKN.
Tho only perfect cure, permanent ami rella
b!«, for Hemtnal Weakiu***, Nenroue lHWIlijr,
Impotence, etc., wurlh $l.<0> to ihe an foe
(unite. No nuackrrjr or deevptlon. Tlie All leet
injirtnton given. All t»u»lne«# •trlclljr confi
dential. Thoee who cannot c—II In jM*r»on
should write their cam fully—air. married or
»lnfle, c»u»e, tymptoin*. duration of ll.ue»«,
etc., ad<1 melon* |A for fee nutl flr»l medicine.
R. PRICE, M. Dm
IflrilnU (II), Nevndn.
A REMARKABLE (IRE OF DEAF*
I publl-n this card for the ln'iirflt of Dr. R.
Prlc*. >1 Mouth C Mrfri, Virginia City, In un
bounded gratitude for what he liaa done for mo,
and fur hi* (kill u * phva Iclan and aurgeon:
Deaftieaa la horrlhle! fl render* a peraon
■ alt lor any bualnea. I have Iwcti alll<rir<l fur
over tbre* rear*. entirely deaf mill one ear and
nearly dear with the other. I wa« recommend
•4 to br. Prln bv Mr. Jo* turner, engineer,
of Ihla city, a well-known miaou, whom he
cored laat year of de*rne«a of twenly-aeven
yeara alandlng. The D>ictor pin < inn A. «- he
explained to me, lb* membrana tyiapaaa a
aerlooa surgical operation I plarc.l injrilf
■oder bla treatment a week ago, auil, 'trance
to aay. Id Ihla abort time I hav* ni-alnxt inv
hearing. A phyalclan able lu |. rr..rm anrh
carea oarbt to he patruDlaeil by all niffi rlng
from almllar affect lone My thanka lit him.
tad I bop* tbla rani will bring htm many pa
J. BOON'S, t'nlon laundry,
Babacrlbed and aworn tu Ixifora ma tbla ttb
day of February, A. 1) IKi«.
WILL, II. BUKRALL.
[aaiu] Notary Public.
CUBE or IXTKIIXAI. C'AJfKKB.
W a ti-« i.in >i NaT., A lie. H. 1)171.
U la with feellnga of heartfelt Joy that I tea
tlfy tbla for the benefit of Dr. H. Price, »t Nouth
0 at real, Virginia City. I hail tn-en confined to
my bed for two motitha with Internal Canker
of Iba Mouth and htnuiach. My fltcuila hail
given ma up. 1 waa Informed that l)r. Price
bad cared a man la Hold lllll laatyearofa
canker oa bla noa»\ ao I wrote to hlin It la
hardly to be believed, but from the flrat dnae of
medicine I received from blm I In-gan to mend.
1 am aow In perfect hialth, and look aa well aa
I ever did. I recommeud l)r. l'tlce to avary
WM. HU8T. Wadawnrth, Nev.
Car* af Nail Rbaaat or »rtjr>ll*« |
M ii.t. CtTT. Nev. Aug. m, 1*71.
Da. Pate a-Dear sir: I inter cx|icclcil to Da
abla lo write ion aorh a letter aa tbla-that I
am enred of tn*Hall Ilheum after aufferlUK for
•• many yeata. Kurty-lb* yeara ago II cauie
oat la BT neck, earn and head, and then on my
wbolo body. I waa, I may aay, perfectly raw
with It. In Ihe Winter my hatirfa broke not
and dleahled ma from work nearly all Winter
When I waa a girl there were not many patent
medlclnea made, and 1 b*4 to detiend on audi
aalrea aa nelghbora mumii inli I About
thirty yeara ago pateut medicine* came In the
market, and 1 have n«eil everything that baa
been advertlaed aa a patent mnllrlM toputlfr
the blood, from tnat day In Ihla. Sometime* I
got anmathtng that partially relieved me, and
what 1 thought waa going lo core me. hot every
thing loat Ita atrvngth <m me afler a while.
Aboal all rnontha ago I commenceil taking
tour medlcln*. I mual ray I hail faith lb It
from the haglanlac. ynn were ao highly recom
mended by a great many of my acquilnlanca-*.
I want you topnhllah tlila In yoor fltv paper,
an tbal people who ate suffering fmm hall
Rhenm may know what will cor* them, for I do
Dot belief* there ever naa anrh a caai-aa mine.
MI(H, A. CHAM?. 1
Cire ot Worst Cane of BhcumatUm. |
Da Paiea-Dear Blr: I aoffered fmm Rbeu
matlim dortng laat Winter more than pen can
writ. I waa bedridden all Winter, ruffer'ng
all lb* tortorea fleah can bear. It make* m*
ahodder to think of my pain* at every change
of weather. 1 bad llkawlaea humor aettlrd In
»Mt ey*. I con hi not open It all Winter. I
il all phyrlclana. all olntmenta, hot drop*
and awealtag medlclnea to be got. without any
b*a«M whatever. A happy day llaaa for me
wbaa laaw your advertlaemenl and cornm«-oced
your trratmsol. I began lo mend rapidly. I
gained eleven pounda In fourteen daya. 1 am
aow aa wall aa *vrr. and alnrerely recommend
Tour treatment to aay oa* troubled Willi Rheu
""Toaralralr. JOSEPH KVtlLL.
c Vlrgtnla I
dlaaaa* af Ik* alomaclt aarfT/ I
iS^wSal*1" Uo ■«« promlnavn' |
vifuu, OcubwIt, in4'L n,t™«
1 cmraiifB, «tc.
JP8T RECEIVED AND STILL RICEIVIRG
■I tkt* Mammoth KatablUbmeaC Um bum I
cilen*lT* and coapkle aaaortment of
Fall and Winter
Brer braafht to tbU tlljr.
Tho Rett of Fabric aid tbo NobbUat Sljlaa ol
Cut be found it
Satin-Lined Dress Suits,
To rait tlx moat faatldloa*. >t
CHINCHILLA, D1AI0NAL AND SEAVCR
Thtt will eicel utthlcff erer exhibited la Um
cltjf of Vliylal* for comfort
. tnd durability, at
OUR ASSORTMEHT IS TIE UICEIT,
OCR VARIETY TUB ORKATKMT,
Our Good* the Beat, and
Oar Prlc«i (he Lowcxt.
Itid De lance lo *11 Opposition, and will Mil
their Nrw and Mammoth Slock ol Olothlnf
at I'KICKM HO LOW aa will Mod
terror lo all Mlf allied Cloth
Injr Dealer* of Ikl* city.
Who a'waja *tndjr tc pletfa their patron*,an
diti-rmlneri to continue, bjr atral*ht
forward deallnm, lo merit tk*
rrapect and eateem of
Bl'Y ALL YOUR CLOTHWO OF
Corner C and Taylor Street*,
OPENING OF THE
We Defy Competition!
EVERYTHING GOES I
PALACE CLOTHING STORE
No. *» South C Street, Vlrglak.
Have just rxckivkd tiik largmt
FALL AND WINTER 600D8
Kror brought Into the Bttt., confuting of lk«
LATEST BTYLKM of
Tlx hMt retd. HKAVKn ul CHINCHILLA
OVKRCOAT8, «nd lb* bnt r.rt.tj of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Krer offrrtd for Ml* hrrt, tof*tb*r with t fed
Mm of IILANRKTM of til color*, ud » *«• Mm
of WHITE FAMILY RUNKETK, RUBBER
(IOOI1S, TRl'NR*. VALIHEH, IIATD, UAPH.
BJOT8 tod tJllUKH.
W. Invito the public to girt i vlilt to oar
ptnra toil bo ronvlocod I hit no ont will par
rht#e good. rlHilK'i tft.r btvl.f mm lb.
ijutlltjr tad vtrlrty of oara.
PBICH LOWE*- THAI EVKKI
ROOS BROS. <
PALACE CLOTHING STORff
No. 23 Moalk 11 BtrMl»Ylr|lMU.
J. T. (ilAWlZZI & CO.,
(NwciMtn I* ()• ABRAHAM),
No. 1» North C Street,
ENTIRE NEW STOCK!
All Clothe, will 1* told tt
BAN FRANOIBOO PRICES t
And win be mid* la lb* Hon by tnUtaM
OentletMn who d**ln FINK CUB TOM
KADI CLOTniNO, la lb* Ul*M »4 M«»t
rwhlootbl* Sijl*. will do w.ll to call tl lb*
tboT* plat* todc*t what tb** 4*ali*.
DR. J. MANtON,
PhjfilcliB aid SnftM,
(Uta of Orui V*U*r. Cat.)
OFFICE- U Htti.H Haaaoi UoM NHL
' o*tr ■
osmium's cunna. tic.
V EN U8!
|§ MOT MORE ANXIOUSLY AWAITED IT
1 U* AMTMOBMmitd BclMII«U*rtk«»OfU
um lb* Mailt of'OOODH from ■ailini Mart*
to lh« WHITE HOUSE CLOTUINU STOKE
bj Um kudnd* at co»iotn«r» of
OOHN A I8AAC8.
Art at bono lath* Mammoth C*ti, wlben all
la * delation tad ft •«**•—««lwftiw rtow.to;
ward .mpita*.. aad dedlalaf fiyeWloe—bet
la the WH1TB HOUMtll la epe» ae the day,
and Ibe better aad brighter I be ejee the more
will the; admire aU tbat 1* there to be reea.
whether the owner* of th* eyee be fl»h or me*.
COHN & I8AAC8,
T ...AND... T
MOST EITEISIVE STOCK OF
ftU MM BR CLOTHING
Keer exhibited la Um BUM of Nevada.
AN AFRICAN PIGiflY
CoaJd pat la hi* eye all the " wa.ee of trade"
that roll Into the empty, echoing ca.rrn* of th*
Mammoth C*»e, but to rraon In a month the
WU1TK110U8B rale* of a day weald weary aa
ARMY OF ARABIAN GIANTS,
Bo frrai l< the ru»h .tare be la*t arrival of
" aobby " and dr.lrable.
Spring and Summer Goods,
All *nld*t leee price. th»n oilier* are charging
for old, me.ty, ■hair worn aboddy.
fWOur cn*tomer* will hear la mlad thai
oar Immeaee .tuck of rood* orcsplee bat ON*
HTOKY -no top .lory attached-end that OlIR
"STYLI" 1H IN Ol K tiOOlMt,and uotlu th*
men who Mil tbem—rxcewW* dignity aad
aa*lerlty being baalehrd.
COHN ft ISAACS,
" WHITE MOUSE" CLOTHIIt STORE, j
No. II leatb c itrMt,
VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA
• . . e AMD.. *•
'pn« UlfDERaiMNXD Iltn CON
!■ auatlr oa bud *L»ci» Awtl
MB l or
GOLD AND SILVER WATOHEI
Dliaoii, Clalaa, I.a4l«a> kla, |
Odd Paaa, Charaaa. ■.•chat*,
Riykli «lm Rata,
■fwlaclft, »•*., tu>
or all nam.
OLOOKS FROM_$a SO TO MO I
WATCH E*. CLOCKS and JEWELRY IU
paired villi Neataeee aad Dlapatcb. AD work
AOENT for all tba Sacramento aad San
Fiaaciaeo DAILY AND WEEKLY PAPERS.
AU tka Lalett Eaetara fertodkala aad Maca
alaee rointantljr no hand at low rrlea*. Da.
Ilrered la aajr part of towa.
8. W. CHUBBUCK,
roATornrR. hold hill.
WAGOX A\D BLACKSMITH |
8 H O P.
CTAV1NO RECEIVED A OOOD SEP- A
n pi, ,r aU klnda of V*
I am fall/ prepared lo do all klnda of hear,
aad llfbt work In mj Una of baalatae.
New work of all klnda mad* In ordar, aid rr
pairing dona oa abort aotlea. Tbere la a 1
SHOEING SHOP '
Attached tot be eetabllrbaMnt. Nona bat tba
beat aMYhanlra employed.
IIARD WOOD. LUMDER AND WAOON MA
TERIAL FOR SALS.
lytllw Lawar flald Will.
Pioneer Boot 6 Shoe Store |
G. * jrCRANT,
(Lata J. D. MILLER'S)
MAIN HTBRRT GOLD HILL. |
(Secoad door abort tba Bask Kirbaoft.)
Boots and shoes or all
DwcriptloM MmU io Ordtr. Owl
ek 1 Bou tad Show 1) (nt cluaf
la rrtrj department.
MBNDINO la all Ha braachM doaa at tka
■kortwt pOMlM* aotlr*.
%/r rrfcM Baaaaaabte. flirt u< a call.
ntflf* 0. M 1. OBAMT.
BOOTS AND SHOES
J. A. WINTERBAUUTO,
Opp. Tallow Jackal Baftaa-UoaM,
WAIN SYRirr, COLD HILL.
it the Very Uveal Flfsrts t
rfBBBB IS MO USB OF OOIWQ
1 *Hp*b«d «baa 70a caajnt aarthlDf
IM aaad la Ifca Beat aad Sbaa Uaa. fWl
WINTBBBAOBB kana eoaattaUr'
•a kaad a fill npplj of Baeklockaa Boot* aad
llin, aad alao ill—ii to Ciutom Work, la
•toHM ■aaalhttaitaf la ordtr aad rnairlaf.
■ od® In
Drs. WIWT«T.P. Fettermui
•UROKONt A KLIOTIIIOIANV.
n RADCATI or THI HAimnfAJfH MID
IT leal UDilft* of FklteMpfcta, u4 U«
Klicirtcti laatiuu* f rtiubwv, r*.
I Ckraalo Mnmm TrtiiW wlifc Pi
imWnlri Rwrm kr It*
TiHmi Mt^lliilltii %€
I*. U «Mifh C Ik, Tlrflala
0«e*Hoar*-From»lo 11 A. Hot, tod
DR8. PACKER A TUFT1,
LATE or ItfW TORS.
OBn I*. U iMtk C HrM,
Dr. P*ck*r J to 10 a. a. *nd J lo « r. a.
l>r. Tufi» lo m li a. ■ aadTlotr. a.
111. STIYIUON A BTIIXB1K0KB.
urn, a i tinsKnutfi,
Lata Bnrgaoa la Um I'allad BlaUa Army.
[W lepaoial Attention paid to Operant*
Ornct-Om MaMIJIaa * A da ma
Hlare, KaHk (' *lre*i, Tlrflala.
P. T. KIRBY, Ma Da
PHYSICIAN AND SURGCON.
Aaaar OJBra, Mala Mraal,
M. J. McCOTCllBON U my aatkort-d Cat
4WVW lacurablc Cmc!
After Ira jean' trial oa Ikl* roaat, ha» proeen
ItMlf Mm only cnratlT* la • certain claa* ur die
hm< pronoanccd by mt-dkal praclUloacrt u
Da. Ls BlcaAi'V OOLDKN BALAAM No. I
ear** Chancre*. «r»l and aecond atacn; Hom
oa Uw l^f> or body i Hore Kan, Kya*. Now,
ale.; Clipper colon a Blotchc*, hyplillitle CV
tarrb. Dl*eaa*d Mralp, ami all primary forma ol
Iba dUeaaa known aa bjpblti*. I'r&a, ft par
bottle, or two for ♦».
I)a Lc Kiauc'a (lOLDKJf IIA 1.8AM No.l
rurva Tertiary, Merearlal, hjrpblllllc Kheama
llaa, I'alna la iba Boaaa. Hack ol iba Mack.
Ulearned Bora Throat, Byphllltlc Itaab. Laaina
aad Contracted Cord*, tulkmol tbe I.lmba,
aad erntlcatea all dlaeaaea from lb* ajalem,
whether canaed br Indlacrrtlon or abaaa of
mercery, learlni, Iba blood pur* and healthy.
Prka |S per bollle, or two for ft.
Da. La Kicaar a OOI.DKN APANIBI1 Alt.
TIDOTB. for Iba ear* of (tonortbe*. (Ileal, Irri.
UUloa, Uraral and all Urinary or (laallal dis
arrangement*. 1'rka, fl 50 par bollle.
Da. La Ricbau'i OOI.DKN HPANIHn IN.
JKlTION.a aa.il and lulrctinn for rctcrecaae*
of Oonorrkea, Inflammatory (Ikrl. Blrlctnre*,
and all dlauaaaa of Iba Kluneya and Bladder.
Prlea, |l JO per boitla.
»lao, A(*nl» for Da. Ll RiraAii'* GOLDIN
rMLLA Air Nemlnal Weaknraa. Nlcbt Kmlaatnaa,
Impoleocy. aad til din»»<•» arlalne from Maa.
tarnation and exceaatre abaae*. Price, B3 per
Tbegenalne Ooldib DauIb I* cot np only
la roand boiilea.
Oa recelnl of price Ibeaa medicine* will be
rent to (11 part, of ike country, by eipre** or
■all, aecurely packed aad frea from ob*err*tloe.
r. RICHARD* A ro„
Wholesale and ICrrlall Drnnlala aad*
Cbemlat*. H. W. cor. flay and Hanaom* J
tlreoti. Baa Pranclaco. 6*1.
NEVER FAILING REMEDY!
PRATT'B ABOLITION OIL
FAMILY ItBMBDY lb»l you can't tfTord
to do without. In Urn* of Med It will Mil
you Ma; dollar* In moot? tod many ptcfi of
'"pRATTA ABOLITION OIL HI'KAKS TO
ITSBLr Knrj botllo lla own Totlnoaltl.
trftir Ml* by *11 DrncgMa and Dralrra.
Prtca, as all 90 ccnla, I*rgt $1 p«r bottl*.
Fortlldlaordaraof tk* Bluod, U»*r. Kldnaya,
Btnmact) *n<1 lt»w«la.
PRATT'H NBW Lirx la ■ aorrrtir* mnady.
It la mild bat Ibiiroaifc In lt» action oa lb* ay*
Ua, aetiebr* out all Imparl I Ira and r*aor**
Ihoaa tbinniili the rataral t hannala, tb* boaala.
The laoruldand Intra will flad I bat PRATT-*
NBW LIKBflte* atrcncib. »l*oe and vitality.
Yoa r*i not t*k* It wllhoit beluf materially
booeilted by It. FemalM will Hud I'KATTb
NBW LI KB an IrralulU* remedy for *U com
plalnla Incident to tb*lr»*i. It parlke*, r*f»
lata* and *tren(1bea* tb* aullr* aratenv
IVItlce. »l. For aal* by all Ungate tad
A. McBOYLB * CO.,
Draa|l*ta a ad 4 "bamlat*. Ha a Craarhra,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
A. K. POTTER,
MAIN STREET, GOLD HILL,
Corner of Grant Alley, Jirt above
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CIGAR8 AND TOBACCO
O. H. GALLUP,
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