THE EVENING NEWS
\TEDXE8DAY. : : DECEMBER 21. 1881
TOIOH ITUlin, IOBIM AID
The Iitcord- I'niun ol Sacramento tella
aqueeratory about aome tarkeya thai
»«• is tbe habit of rooatiog ia an old
ban which vaa deatroy ad by lira, hot oa
the aight tha bara waa burned, long
provioua to tha diaaatar, tha tarkeya
deaertad it, aad (or the fliat time ahoaa
to rooat ia aaother place. After aayiog
that tho tarkeya knew the barn weald be
baraad that aight, tha lUcord I men
aaka: "Where did they get their lafor
matioa? Aad why waa thia eaae aot a
It the lira waa caaatd by aa laaeadiary,
the aaawtr to tha flrat aaaed qaaatioo
ia eaay: Daring tha day precediag tha
Are tha iaoeadiary had ooacaaled ia tha
bara aoaaa pboaphorna, wrapped ia wal
clath, (or tha pnrpoaa o( aettiag lira to
tha bara ao aooa aa tha wet wrapper be
came dry. Tarkeya poaaeaa a keaa aceat,
and tha tarkeya at the Rtconl- Union atory
amelt tha pboaphorua, whieh waa vary
offeaaiva to the at, aad there(ora "volun
tarily choaa" to rooat elaewhere.
Thia aaawar, if gaod, diapoaea of tha
laal named qaeatioa alao. If. becaaae
o( tha offenaive amill of tha phoapharaa
tha tarkeya were driven ant of the bara,
tha act of rooating oa tha parch sear th«
hoaaa waa tha direct effect of a natural
caaaa, bat aot a apceial Providence.
Still, the story >• a good on*, too
should be bound between the covers ot
the ium SuodaykSchool book thai will
contain lb* atoriea ot tbo Sam Francisco
brown bfB, tad Dr. BarrawM* experi
mm with bia "peraoaal, coafldeutial
friend and Almighty Heeler."
Bat, althoagb tbtaa tbraa atorira seem
to ba pretty tough onee, they are hardly
parallel to aoma of tba atoriaa which
children arc taught in oar Sunday
Soboala. Elijah and tba ravens, tba
manna provided tba children of IsrasI
in tba desert, atoriea fonad ia tba aacred
booka?of tba Jewa, are just aa improba
ble aa that the San Fraacuoo brown hen
waa directed by a supernatural power to
drop bar egg on tbe preaebar'a door mat.
And tba old atory that Christ conversed
witk his disciples after ha waa crucified,
dead an l buried, ia just as improbable
aa is Dr. Barrowss' story that hs reoeatly
keld swart converse with Jesus early in
tha morning. Ha who balisvea tba sto
risa of the ravens and tba manna, cannot
consistently ridicule tha brows ben
atory; and ba who ridiculea tba atory af
Dr. Burtowes cannot with oonaiateney
believe tha atory of Chriat'a converea
tion with bia diaciplea after ba waa dead
aad buried. If Christ could oonvsrsa
witk bis disciplea three days, or tbrsa
wseks, aftsr bis death, ba could talk to
Dr. Burrcwes eighteen hundred years
afterward. To a person onca dead, a
few hundred yeara mora or leaa make
bat little diffcrenca as to tha matter of
holding sweet converse witk friends. A
person who bas been desd tbrsa daya ia
aboal aa dead as he ever will ba.
lE«a i'MOJI THE JKAMMKTTE.
Th* B*w* publiabed io Mother ool
smn (bat th* Arctic *xploriag eteamer
Jeannette baa bcto heard from, and that
noarly ail, it not all, of her officer* and
craw aro alive, will be che*ring to all
It ia now nearly two year* and a bait
ainc* th* Jeannetto left San Fraaciaco
for tho Arctic Ooeaa, daring which tlmo
bo deflaiio tiding* have been received
IraiB her, natii bow iaformatioa i* re
ceived of her loaa with th* eaoapo of
Bearly all ol her officer* end *r*w. tail
particular* will b* awaited with great
A aiognlar atory cornea from Waah*
iogton'a old bom* at Moant Vernon.
An old clock, which pa* bought by
VTaahlagtoa mora than a ceatnry ago,
aad ha* atood for maay year* ia what
waa kaowa aa th* "River Rooai," broka
it* aileaco recently by diatiaotly *trikiag,
it ia aaid, three time*. Th* Snperin
t*ad*at of tho plac* *ay* th* old clock
ha* aot been woaad up for mora than
forty year*. Ia fact, maay of tha work*
bad boea carried away by relic Jinatere.
The colored a*rvaata refuae to eat*r th*
room, doming th* *trikiag th* work of
th* 0*a*ral'a gboat.
Recent advice* from Waabinton atata
that the propoaitioa that a Delegate from
Alaaka b* admitted baa caaa«d aom* in
qairy touching tha population there.
Prof*a*or Elliott, of th* Smitheonian
Iaetitute, put* th* population at 30,000,
of which 400 are wbitea aad 1700 Rua
aiaa half-breed*, aad th* remaiader In
diau*. Proapecting for miaerala baa aot
iadicated aay great vain*. Th* timber
will b* vary valuabl* ia tim*; alao tbo
fiaberit* when developed. Tho far trad*
U th* tola meao* of livelihood for th*
poopl*. The government'* revenue from
tho far trad* waa $317,009 laat year.
It app*ara that lb* reaaon Galteaa did
BOt inault Mr*. Dontaeyer (hie ex-wif*),
when aha waa on th* witae** *t*Bd, waa
booaae* be waa afraid of Mr. Dnnmeyer,
who had declared moat emphatically
that If tho aa*aa*ia attempted to blackea
tha character of hia wif* while oa th*
a (aad ha wonld abool him. Aa Mr. Dua
meyer ia a large, atalwart maa. a type of
th* mea of Leadville, Oaitaaa believed
Daamey*r meaat what b* eaid, aud
treated tba witaeaa with coarteay. Oai
taaa ia aaa* enough to tak* good car* of
Another caae of iaapiration baa bo*n
hoard from. Thia lima tha diaaaa* de
veloped it**lf in Utah. Th* Mormon
Church organ *aya : "The example *et
by th* oowardly aaaaaala of th* lata
President aeema to develop imitatioaa
almoat every day. Tha lateat epecimen
ia Mathiaa Look, a ranch maa reaiding
Mar Fountain, Colorado, who. for aev
oral moatha paat baa bad a preaeatiueat
that ho muat kill hia wif* aad children,
• aiaialag, lik* Ouiteaa, that aa ineplra
ti*a aaa* from th* Deity."
■UIII AID Til IMIOI DOC.
There appears to**, even in aur ova
•oantry, grMt diiutUfaction with ex
Secretary of 8tate Blaina'a letter of ln
atruction to Minlater Lawell, at the
Court of St. J*n>**. with r*f*r*ncB to
lb* abrogatioa of the Cl*yton-Bulw*r
lr**ty. Evas Americana admit that il ia
paaaible to atrain tba Monroa doctrine.
Aod, judging from tha ton* of leading
newapaper* af tha Eaatarn State*, it i«
pretty generally fall there that Mr.
Blaina'a animoaily to tha projected canal
acroaa tha Iathmna of Darien haa induced
him to endeavor to oommit onr govern
ment to an interpretation of the Monroe
dootrina not dreamed of by Preaident
Monroa or hit Secretary of State, John
The general feeling in £ogland with
regard ta Blaina'a letter ia, of coo re*,
againat it. England appear* to believe
that "tha United 8tat*a intanda to aaaert
it* supremacy on the American eentinent
regardleaa of treaty right*.'' And, when
there ia na good reaaon apparent far the
abrogation of a treaty with a nation with
whom tha moat friendly relations exist,
it is not atraage that Joka Ball rube his
eyea,-vainly endeavering to gueea what
Mr. Blaine meana by his dispatoh to Mr.
The Saa Fraaclaeo ChrxmicU. of a re
c*nt data, ia a vary ably writtea article
on thle enbject aaya:
II we coon Iran fcagiand in ioou
(tbo date of the ratification of tbo Bul
wer-Clayton treaty), whan an Americas
company waa organised for tko ooa
atraction of a canal by way of Lako Nio
aotagua and tbo Ban Joan mar, no
good roaaon can bo given for doubling
bar good faitb now. Tbaro la not tba
laaat sign of unfrlendliaeaa on bar part.
Oar ralatiooi aro bailor than they ovor
waro baforo. When tbat troaty waa rat
iflad England olaimad o rigbl to all tka
ooaat Iroin Capo Hoadnraa to tba Naw
Granada lino, o diatance of 800 miiee on
tbo Atlantic aido. Sba baa long ainoa
ralinqniabad tbat rigbt; and tbo flrat
artioia of tbo trooty canned tbat relin
quishment of rigbt—a rigbt wbiob Oraat
Britain had aoaorted aa far back aa 17C3,
and. tbaraforo, antedating our Monroa
dootrine by olxty years.
Tboro ia nothing proaant or In alght in
onr ralatlona with Great Britain to de
mand tha abrogation of tho Clayton
Bnlaor Troaty. In fact, wbon tho peo
ple of tho United StaUo oome to a thor
ough undaratanding of that troaty thay
will demand ita retention and fall en
forcement. To abrogato it would not
preTfat England from naing ber natal
powar to blockado tba eanal in caao ol a
war with na. It would invito her to do
oo, by releasing bar from tho obUgationa
of tba aacond article of tha treaty which
provides tbat "veosola of tbo United
Btatea or Groat Britain, traversing the
canal, shall, in caao of war between the
two contracting parties, bs exempted
from blockade, detraction or captare by
either of tbo belligeronta." Blaine care
fully keepa thia provlalon out of hia let
ter. And yet it is ths very essence of
Th» Salt Lake TK&une MJ» it le
etrange yet true that there ii no law in
Utah, either Federal or Territorial,
against llring in polygemy, or againet
polygamy Itaslf. Tha only atatntaon
tne anbject refers aolaly to tha ceremon
ial of marriage, which la of email impor
tance. and of tha utmoat dlfflculty to
prove. Tha reel offenee ie the polyga
mone eyetem and prectiee. which are
left untouched by the law.
Senator Jonee, of Florida, in an inter
view aaya that the Sonth deeiree no leg
iaiation of a general natnre. "The
Senth. aaid he, "is more prosperous
today tha* at any time in lla history.
It haa entirely rscomed from the terrl
hie effeota of the clril war. Her people
teday are industrious, eating and con
There le a movement on foot in the
United 8tatea Senate to laTeetigale the
penaion frauda. An Inqniry ahonld be
made eo thorough and pnnlehmente ao
severo meted out to offender*, that thie
crime, Inetead of being common, aa et
preeent. would not bo heard of In future.
Cincinnati haa had a eerioue accident
by a line of en electric light getting on a
telephone wire end eendlng In a die
a barge which melted down the telephone
instrument, eet Are to the Tarnish and
left the clerk, wboeo [ear wea at the tele
It ie etated that Mayer Kallocb. of
Sea Francieco. haa oontraeted .to enter
upon a lecturing tonr of four montbe.
Subjecta—"California," "Capital and
Labor." "Monopoliea and People," and
"The Chlneee in California the Peril of
Senator Pendleton'e bill ellowing Cab
inet offloere to hold ecata in the House
and take part In Ita debatea, \t along
atep toward the Englieh eystem et goT
ernment, and will oall out a great deal of
The Preeldent eetimatee "$235,000,000
aa the probable amount to be paid" for
arreera of penaione, after deducting n
certain peroentage of clalmenta dying
without heira entitled to ancceed to the
Secretary Blaine haa cabled blatbanke
to Baron 8teuben for naming hie eon
after him. and haa ordered the flneet ail
ver cup that Tiffany can make to aend to
young Blaine ton Steuben.
Being intoxicated three timee depritea
a man of the right to Tete under the old
French law. If that were the law in
thia country election day wculJn t
amount to much.
It ie eetimated that there are In the
world 6.668.000 Jewe-5.S00.000 in Eu
rope, 210,000 in Aela, 600,000 In Africa,
20^000 In Autralia. and 508.000 in
Mr. Jeffereon Darie Is quoted ee eey
Inj thet the North and South are yet by
n. meana reconciled. Fortunately Mr.
Darie U not good authority in the mat
The Ohio man ecenta the White Boueo
a long way off. «°^ ,or 11
acroea lota. But every Ohio man does
not get there.
Newa from the Exploring Steamer
Jeaanette—Cruked bj Ice, and
Her Crew Eicape In BeaU-Oie
Boat ICot Heard rrom.
WAsniKOTOM,' December 20. — The
following telegram haa jail been received
from Hoffman, Charge d'Affelre of tho
United Statea at St. Peterabarg: The
Jeaanette «u craiheil in tba ioa on
Jono 11, in latitnda 77 north, longitude
167 aaal. Tba oraw aaoaped in tbraa
boata, which were eeparatcd by tba wind
and fog. Na. 3 boat, with eleven man,
under tha charge of Engineer Melville,
reached tba Month of tha Lena river on
September 19. Boat No: 1, having en
board Captain Da Lang, Dr. Ambler and
twelve men, reaobed tha Lena rivar in
a pitiable eondilion. Prompt aaaiitaace
waa rendered. Boat No. 2 baa not bean
T. F. FaKuxonaracM,
Secretary of 8lata.
Washivotom, Drormber 20.—In re
aponaa to Hoffman'a dlepatoh tha follow
ing waa tranimitted today:
DKI-AnTMKMT OF STATE, WlinrNQTOH,
Decrmber 20, 1881—Hoffman, Charge,
St. Peterabarg: Tender the hearty
th»ok» of the Preaidant to all tba anther
itiea or peraona who bavo baen in any
way inatrnmental in aaaieting tha an
fortanata anrvivora from the Jeannetta
or fnrniahicg Information to thia govern
secretary 01 oiaie.
Chicaoo, December 20.— A spools!
from London say a: The Governor of
Siberia hu issued a proclamation an
nouncing that the Arctio voyage ablp
JaaoDaita is aaf«, with all on board wall,
and all bar equipments intact. The
Governor, wbo baa for • long time takan
gnat interact in Arctio explorations,
eamad an extraordinary exploring party
to be aaat ont to bnnt the track* of tba
Jeannette. When ba learned tbat fears
vara entertained tbat mlafortune had
overtaken her and relief expedltlona
were being organized tn ber intereat by
different governments, and knowing the
delaya iucident to auch governmental ac
tion, be at onoe equipped and aaat onl
on bia own account a party of the oldest
and most reliable explorers at bia com
mand, with ample powera and positive
instructions. Tbsse msn at once entered
into the undertaking with all their aonla
and atuck to the work deeplte tbe moat
dangeroua obstacles until tbey fou:.d tba
tracks of the lost ship and finally over
took ber. Tbe people on board the
Jeannette were aatonlabed when in
formed tbat they had become objecta of
deep aolicitode to tbe civilixed natlona of
tbe whole world, and tbat nearly all
Cbristisn governments were making ap
propriation to aearcb for tba veeeel.
After aaoertainlng tbat tbe Jeannette waa
aafe, the Siberiana hutened back to re
port tbe good nawa. The Governor of
Siberia at onee dispstohed spscisl oonriera
with the nawa, to have it asnt to London
with all poaaible epeed, and it reached
London but a few minutea ago.
St. PrrxBucio, December 20.— A
special supplement of tbe official GautU
of thia evening, annonnoea that all the
telegrama from Engineer Melville, of tbe
lost Arstio exploring atoamer Jeannette,
will be forwarded to their diatlnatlona as
promptly as possible, and thst tba moat
■■ergetio meaauroe will be taken for the
discovery of the remainder of the oraw
of tbe Jeannette and those left on the
io* at tbe mouth of the Lena river.
Nawa haa been received by tbe govern
ment at Jskutsk, Esstsrn Siberia, that
on the Utb of September three nativea
of Oulonso, nsar Cape Boitssay, 140
versts north of Cspa Bakoff, diacovsrsd
a boat containing eleven men, who stated
that they belonged to tbe Jeannette and
bad uudergone terrible suffering. On
bearing tba newa tbe Distriot Deputy
Governor, with a doctor and medleinea,
waa Immediately diapatcbad to help the
shipwrecked sailers, and be waa in
structed to bring tbem to Jakutak. The
Governor waa also instructed to do
everything in his power to recover tbe
remainder of tba crew, 000 roublea belog
given bim to defray bia expenaea. En
gineer Melville haa telegraphed to the
American Legation at St. Peterebnrg all
tbe information forwarded by Hoffman
to tbe Secretary of State.
HT. i KTZBSBUEO, UIOtmuiT au. —
Lieotinant OfDtnl Anouecine, Gov
•rnor Generel of Keetern Siberia, who
baa juet arrived her*, brought the news
that a ateamer of the North Amsricsn
Polar Expedition, whioh baa been loet
aioee 1870, baa been dlaooTered aid
eeeletanoe rendered the crew. It la be*
lieved here that tbia refere to the Jeen
nette. The crew are laid to have euf
fertd no loaa.
London, December 20.—The finding
of the Arotie exploring ateamer Jean
nette waa reported to a meeting of the
Royal Geographical Society today.
About the Gultean Cue.
Wasbkotok, Deoember 20.—The loaa
of two daya, incidental to the death and
fnneral of Ura. Hobbe, will ssrvs to atlll
further deley a termination of the trial,
and It la very doubtful now if a verdict
will be reached thla year. The health
of the jnry la again excellent, ao that as
further epprehenaion la felt on tbataoore.
Mr. Bcovills ia much fatigued by hia
labor*, bat keeps a reaolute ipirit.
Jndg* Cox ia a man of tow word*, of
aom*wbat reeerved and even a tern oker
auter, and aaya little in reply to the
newepeper etrieturea on hia management
of the case. At the proper time be will
review the jndicial problem* raiaed by
the prleoner'a conduct. A* baa been
stated, he acla in aympathy and upon
tbe advice of bia aeaociatee on the benoh
of tbe Supreme Court of tbe Dietriot.
Among tbe lawyers here there ie an
imprruiou that tbe death of Juror
Hobbe' wife and ble abaence to attend
tbe funeral will eventuate in a new trial
for Qnitean. While oouneel on both
eidee eeneented tbat Hobbe ebonld at
tend tbe fnneral, tbe idea ie that tbe de
fence will, if neceeeary, make nee •( it
to get a new trial, provided the preecnt
trial ends in a oonviotion.
XcWade, the Actor.
Philadelphia, December 20.—Robert
McWade, tbe well-known actor, who haa
been identified with the play of Bip Van
Winkle for many year*, haa myeterioualy
dieappeared, and bia wife and children
are in great diatreaa. In the latter pert
of August MoWade waa playing in
Sonthern Utah, whence he sent $75 to
ble family. Since then, however, his
wife baa not heard from him. lire.
McWsds owes ber landlord, Ricbard
Middleton, $88 (or rent, and today the
family furniture was aeized tor the debt.
Tbe mieaing aotor waa vary popular with
bia fellow Thespians, and when his
wifs's troubles becsms known at ths
Cbeetnut-etreet Theater this afternoon
tbe aotors and othsr sttaobes promptly
raiaed a purse to relieve her imsssdiats
[A Ssn Frenoisoo dispatch, published
elsewhere ia today's Nsws, explains the
i ' 111
klidlekflif er llected to tbe Senate.
Ricmuoxd, D«o«mb«r 21.—H. H. Bid
dleberger wu alteted to the United
Statu Senate by lb* Legislature yester
day, to soooeed John W. Johnson. A
■trlet party vote wu given tor iMh •(
the candidal*!. In tho House the Dem
oorats made aavaral unancoeaafal at*
tampti to force the Readjaltera to an
avowal as to which party in the Senate
Blddelberger wonld rapport when he
geta there. It wu eonfeiaed that Bid
dlebergerwu unpledged. The Bepub
lieaoa uid they had no eort of under
standing with him u to whioh national
party he would affiliate with in tbe
1 Delicate Question.
Nnr You, December 21,-The World's
Weahington a pedal oorreapondent uys:
Official society is now being mooh exer
oiaed over the fast that while tbe nsw
British Miniater, Bon. Lionsl Sackville
Weet, ia a bubelor, be bu a family of
children, two of wbom be wiahaa to live
with him. Tbe World beada tho item,
"Oagbt wo to viait him?" and oonolndee
u follows: "It mnat be admitted that
it oannot fail to be awkward for headi of
familits to explain to their families bow
tbe foreign Minister oan be at onoe a
bachelor and alao the bead of a family."
Sax FaiNciaco, December 20.—Bob
art MoWad*, the aotor, whose myater
ioaa dieeppearanoe wu noted today in a
Philadelphia dispsteh, is in this oity
after a protracted tour through the Pa*
ciflo States and Territories. He is un
able to understand why he ehoald be
oonsldered to have dlaappeared, u tbo
looal preee hu from time to time ohron
ieled hie appearance et interior towns
for tho psst three months. Hs bss been
in Ssn Francisco negotiating for tbo
production of a new play, and played at
tbe recent benefit of W. E. Sheridan at
Baldwin's Theatre. McWade hu loet
heavily In bia recent tour, whioh hu
eramped blm financially.
Ia Virginia, Dcoember 15, by tba Rer.
Father SalllTiB, 0. OhrliUoMD to Xiu
In Hntoh'i Canton, Dec«mb«r 13, John
Xeurtr,a nativo of Germany, aged 15 juri.
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• to 4, 7 t« • Md • to U e'tlMk.
NEW 8KATIS I NIW FLOOR I
AdmlitloB Twenty-Hre Out*
Ladlee .. Free
flkatae Twenty five Cent!
Weekly Ticket Two Dollar*
Net Tranafertbto Heaeon Ticket food
(or Day or Erasing.
box lm JOB! PIPER, Proprietor.
CHUBBUCK S THOBBUBN,
Variety Store i
DEALERS Ql ALL THE LEADIKQ]
Sheet Mule, Bound Booki. School
TOB A. O COS,
AOXKT8 FOB TBE
San f ranclieo •'Chronicle," "Pott,"
"Call," "Iiamlner" and
••cold (MILL DAILY NEWS"
Tor Virginia Oity. Gold Bill and BUrer 01 ty.
MAIN HTHBBT, ... GOLD HILL
Bu Jut recelvad a Urge ttock of
Gents' Famishing Goods,
Health, llonrewb, Tliaot Ctibmarf,
aad All Klada af Haavr Call,
fatala Flaaaal I'aderwear,
"Standard" Improved White Shlrti,
LATEST STYLES OK
Hats and. Caps,
BUCKSKIN, KID ljn> WOOL OLOVIS,
Flneet and moat faahlooable Rcarfa, Tlea and
Robber Boot*, Shoes and Clothing.
Uj Stock la the largeet and flneet and patrona
can rely upon getting tba beat artlcla at the
lowaat price. ill kloda of Ladiee', Mlaaea' and
Chlldran'a SHOES AT ANT PB1CK.
Oold Bill. Octobar M. 1881 ®_
JOHN JONES, JR.,
Main St, Gold HilL
HA8BROUCK A HALL,
(Bncceaaora to A. B. Btawart & Oo.)
Druggists & Apothecaries,
Mt lua BImm,
GOLD HILL, .... NEVADA
Hubronek A Hall daalra to atU Mpecltl *t
tontloa to tba fast that tfcqr h«T»" MUbllak«d
connection wltb tli* uUpbont inttn of Bio
ray eoonty, tad ut tbaraby enabled to roootva
and All with dispatch order* fton any porttm
of tha country. -
Proscription! filled at all boon, da/ or nlcM,
by a thoroughly ooopatant paraoo. XI
HARMONY LODBE, NO. 13, K. OF P.
TBI REGULAR OOWVENTIOR OF EAR
A mony Lod«, No 11 E. of P., wUl ba held
at OMUalaUTaaM llU,oa
loiday kveilif of lack Week,
At 7 o'clock, until farther ootiea. Peror<1»r.
W. B. PROTUEBOB,
K. of B. tad 8. Dro tank.
Oold H1U, Hortmbar 4.1861. not tm
rPENDETH FOB TWERTT (10) OB MORE
F. 0. B. tha Virginia And Trackaa Railroad.
nolltf BHrar Mountain. California.
DR A. CHAPMAN,
na Iifadi Clljr, t 1 Palllkrala.
Permanently located at Virginia Otty.
OFFICE —150 Soon Q Btbzit. Sat
UUctloa gtunstaad. 80
A LABGE ASSORTMENT IX THE LINE OF FINE
Gent's Furnishing Goods
JUiT RECEIVED AND FOB SALE BY
Corner 0 Md Tajlor Street*, Ylrglala Cllj, Nevada.
EXPERIENCE AID USE NAVE PROVEO FOR THE YI80RIT POWDER I
Flret—That it U itfer for traniportlng and handling ♦tl>n any other Nltro-glyoerln*
Beoond—That with an eonal exploalre power It ia rerj free from hurtful fame*.
Third—That It ii mnch leee affected by being froten.
Fourth—That it can be tightly tamped without Halt of exploeion.
THE RISKS OF ACCIDENT WILL BE VERY QREATLY LESSENED,
If not altogether OTeroome, bj a general om of this Powder in the Mine*.
07" THE VIOOniT POWDER COMPANY manufacture on the moet approved
•cieutiflo principle* Tiui Qbxde* or Powdu, known ai No*. 1, 9 and 8 respectively,
designed for the different elaeeee of bluting, and warranted to be eaperior to an J
Powder in nee. The prioee for Tigorit will be the aame u are aiked for the corre
sponding grades of Oiant and Hercnlee.
K7" Beet quality of Fnae, and Single, Doable and Triple,Foroe Cape told at low
07" Bend for Pamphlet ehowing method* of testing the different qaalitie* of all
Powder*, their relative itrength, safety, etc. No oompariaon based upon eclentlflo
Inquiry or aotaal nee I* feared.
CALIFORNIA YIGORIT POWDER COMPANY,
ENGLISH & WRIGHT, Agents,
Jj26tf 117 Pine Street. San Franclico, fai.
No. 14 SonthgC Street, YtrfliU.
•ypr* ARB OFKNINQ AX 1MMKNIK STOCK
TOYS, DOLLS, BOOKS,
novelties of every DESCRIPTION
Baltabl* for Boilday Prveante.
Tbeae Uoodi were eepecltllr (elected tor ui
from the Trade Ooater* or the United Bute*
•ad Eu rope, and will be lold II
MARVKLOUS LOW PRIOU t
Mr Too are Invited to call and aea then. "Va
OUNDORFP 3c ADKIHON,
Mo. 14 Boath 0 Street, Virginia.
GOLD HILL FOUNDRY
AND UACU1NB WOKKD.
Ilreel, U«er Ball Hill,
IKON AND BEAM CABTINOBT
or *v*ry variety mad* to order.
LHAVI JUST ADDED TO XT OLD
eetabliabad Machine Wort* tba I.aRQESI
CO LATHB, FLARBB and STKAM
BAMKBB. all of the lateet and moat Improved
oonatractlon. and am now prepared to Matt
and Bapalr all kind* and all ataea of
MILL * MINING MACHINERY
At tlM abort**! notice and on the moat raaeoa
HR PROPRIETOR OP TUB VIM INI A
FOUNDRY, hiTloe pnrcbaeM tbo Uuo
. . jndiy; ui coneolldated II with the former,
will himltir atyle the wotke the
Bcio Voiadrj and Machine Worka.
Thi« eetablUhment li dov prepared to do •
poml Foundry bu.Ineee, Including erery do
Ciiilin la Iroa and Braee« Vniliii
■■4 Mae Mb* Work.
At lower prloH than can be obtained eleewbete.
Drawlnga and eetlmitee fnrnlahed when re
By etrtet atteotlon to boilneee, tad with a
thorough knowlwUe of tbe work required, tbe
proprietor bopee to merit tbe conOdence of the
trade, and ree pec trolly tollclu tbe patronage of
mill lad mlnInn man.
deJJ ANDREW FRAHER, Prepr.
THOMAS E. FINCH i
AS RAM J VXD BIB SALOON TO
NO. T NORTII C STREET,
VIRGINIA CITY NEVADA
Where eaa be fbnnd the beet of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIQARS.
TWO FINE BILLIARD TABLES
Am READING ROOM
Connected with the booie. Pleaae call and
Mb T. B. FIBCH, Ateel,
S. I. TUHNEY, PROP'R.
■•la Street, .... Gold nil,
Oppoatte the Biwaodtea.
rpHIB OLD-ESTABLISHED AND POPCLAX
X reeort te etui the ferorlu. Comfort aid
■port combined. Tbe petrone of the booee will
alwaya and tbo beet brenda of
ALB, FORTBR. LAO BR.
WINBS or ALL KINDS,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
TWO FINE liy.lAR0 TABLES.
CHANCE OF FIRM.
I BATE TBIB DAT SOLD TO J. P. BALL
all my Intereet In the Pioneer Leudry.
Virginia, December I, ISao.
^ ^ PIOWEEB LAUNDRY BP
, to the FIRST OP DEOMBIH, UK. mad be
•ettiod Mete the TENTH OF fcOEKBEB. or
boy will ha placed la the baada of a eoUeetoc.
In fBtnre no bUla will be allowed to
! fkanOUftydaya. J. F. BALL,
rTiqdftU^ Dewaber 1,1NQ. 1
Chicago & North-Western
lath* OLDBTI D8HTCON8TBUOTKDI BUT
KJUIFP1DI and hue* lb*
WE8T AND NOBTHWKBT!
IlllUM SHORT, bUHB and BAKB ROUT*
And *11 point* KAHT, neh u
Niagara Palla. New Yark. FklkUaliktai
At Oooneil Blnffa the Train* of tba Oblcace
* North-Weeuro and the U. *. R'ti depart
from, arrlTe at and see the tame Jouit Union
UAtOhlca«o, clow connection! are mad* with
the Lake Bhore, Michigan OntraJ. Daltlmora *
Ohio, Ft. Wajne and Hennajltanla, and Chi
cago k Grand Trunk B'jre, and the Kankake*
and Pan Handle ltootea.
P oilman PaIu(Dnvla|Ro«Can
An ran oa all through trslne of thla road.
Il ta tba ONLY BOAD baiwara
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND CHICAGO
Upon which la ran the celebrated
Pullman Hotel Dining Oars
loeUt npoa Ticket Agea t* aelllac yon Ticket*
▼tatklaroad. Kxauilo* yoar Ticket*, and rafUM
to buy If they do noi reed over lb* Oklcafo k
North WhUti Eallwar.
If >ou with the Beet Trtvclln* Acoommotl*.
tlone you will bay joar Tlck*u by tbti Kouto
0TAND WILL TAJC* NONK OTHKB.
All Ticket Acuta Mil Ticket* by tkle Use.
bK MY.P.t Qen'l Mm1!, Chicago,
GOLD HILL BAIUY
MAIN HTRKKT COLD HILL*
Opponito the lellp** Limy SUM**,
1. r. BKCKIK. Proprietor.
TBRJBB DUD. PIX8, OAKU, AND HOT
r RoUi ertry a»y, delivered at Ike r*at>
denoo* of coetomer*.
UT Pie* aad Otkee et redaoed prloee.
tuey or MMrtad Oak** r
§5 Oft DOtlOle
The Reeuarast Department la the fioeet ta
to order at
the aula. All klade of Oame, Pooltry i
Freak Plak and atao Orator* raoalved i
eerred no dally. fft
THE Gin BAIEBY,
Ooaftetloiery tad Caadjr Depot,
He. UT North C Imeti TlrrUh,
AN KLSQANT AMORTX1NTOI
nmai an kl»qant abbortm hit oi
yj HOLIDAY GOODS. Toy., Oudlae, OlM>
moate for Tabta. Ornamental. Proetod aad
Plata Otkee of ail kiada, dMoriptioaaaadd*
eigne, and at prior* to *att everybody.
A* w* Import all ooi good* direct fro® tk*
laat, va ean offer then aLprieaa the earn* te
charged la New fork, aad at laaa tkaa Baa
hwbu wr ikhwi wmwwmwt
Plata Oakeaof ail ktada, dMortpUo*
id at lea*
Omameata for Oak a* a tpedalty.
OTIC* Oream aad atrawbarrloe aad Creaa.
Alao Btrawberrtae by the bos, at wbolaaala or
IW~ Oar candle* are manDfactored by oon
eelvee freak every day, aad are far aaperior to
rnXMZUB * ABKBRC8T,
OopMiU tka Ootd Hill Buk.
MAYNARD HOME. - > GOLD BILL
lYirjtfclBf lew nd ytnt«(0aM«
MEALS AT ALL MOUM. *
TkrNlNl Tl«k«ia tor Oa« iMIlar,
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