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THE EVENING NEWS
WEDXESDAT. : : FEBBUAKY I. 1882
roi iriCAL.

II bu been laid that " on* fill tired,
in the political epbrre, of cbooaiog the
leu of two e?ila." TLii expreaaioa U
iudi»put*bly trot, and appliea ao vail to
the people ol Storey county at tbo pro*,
•nt timo tbat it would eeem to hare been
apokan witb apacial reference to them.
Yea, the people of Storey cenuly are
tired of abooaiog between the nominee*
of two political partiea. when both par
tiaa art managed by a few atrikara who
have no real interaat in the welfare of
the county, and wbo gira tba nomina
tiona for office to tba man wh(Tagree, if
elected, to appoint them (tba atrikara)
to tba aabordioata poaitiooa under their
control. Bat although tired of baiag
made mere pawma in tba gam* of poli
tica by a lejr pot-bouae politiaiana, tbo
peopla are likely to permit tbo aame claaa
of politioal manipulatora to plaoe before
them aest fall, aa baa beaa don* for
Tain, th* ticket* to rota, contenting
themselves with lb* choice of two *vila
or virtoal disfrauchiaemeat. Ym, the
Mm* lun will be played thia jiir in
the coming political campaign, unless
ioiii pablio epirited citizens take the
natter in band and place before the
people a ticket composed of good mea|
and only good men, irrtepectiTe of par
tisan political consideration*.
It is probable tbat in all Europe sub
jects more diaaatisfled with their rulers
cannot bo found tban are the people of
Htorey county with their boaa and sub
boaaee. Even prominent Democrats who
have never aoratohed a ticket declare
they have voted their laat straight ticket
for loeal officers, and earnestly aak, can
aot some remedy be found for the exist
ing evils of onr present political system
whioh take* from the better element of
parties all voice In the selection of nom
inees for office? If no remedy for ex
isting evils can bs found, say they, then
for humanity's sake let us have a new
set of delegates to our county oonven
tions. We have aeen the old aet, tho
delegates who havo fnrniahed our regu
lar tickets, in convsntion for so msny
years that we are heartily aick of seeing
their feoes snd hearing their talk. Give
us at least a change in the men, say they,
who make the elates and pull the wires.
When one takes into consideration the
•tats of county governmental affaire
generally, it is not a causa for wonder
that a largo majority of the Democratic
party, (specially the native-born ele
ment, are diaguated with the aituation.
When ths Board of County Commis
sioners, a majority of whom are Demo
crat a, appoint men of foreign birth and
•f on* nationality to almoat every office
Tinder their control, it is about time for
thos* persons who car* for tho future
aac«**a of tb* party to becom* disgusted
with something. Tb* News Las been
informed that lb* Chief Engineer of th*
Virginia Fir* Department, the Chief of
Police of Virginia, the "Road Maater,"
th* kt*p*r of County Jail No. 2, and,
with two or Ihrea exceptions, all of the
Ben employed in the departments of
whioh these offioera are at the head, are
foreign born and of on* nationality.
Also that the appointment of men of
foreign birth and of ono nationality to
three offi*e* is not tb* recult of acci
dent— *uch combinations or* not pos
sible- bnt that they at* aimply tb*
manifestation of a spirit of supreme
selfishness, or rather boggishneee, on the
part of th* foreign-born elassent of the
party in power. When the further fact
ia considered that every on* of the Board
of Commissioners (live) is of foreign
birth, it is not surprising that there is
an intense feeling of disgust entertained
by our native-born citizens with tho
Situation.
Taxpayer! of Storey county who have
jnatly complained of extravagance and
miarala id country governmental affaire.
Bow ia tha tima for yoo to conaider and
giro ahape to yoar plana for electing to
office at the naxt ataotioa man who are
tborongbly identified with tha btat in
teract of tbia county, maa who will aol
equander tha public moaay to eecure
frienda and votea for "re-election! Yoo
cannot afford to parmit tha man who ara
now reckleaaly apanding tha pvblio
jnonay to further eelflab iatereeta. to
again eecuro control of tha county got
arnaiant! Good, honaat and capable
man war* never naadrd for official poai
tioa hara mora than thay will b« naadrd
dnring tho coming faw ycara. Property
Taluaa arc declining. ami taxation will
aacaaaarily bo high even if tha county
revenue* ara honeatly and economically
diabnraad. It tharefora behoovea yon
to take aarly action in tha matter pro
poaed. and aach action aa will ba aura ta
place the control of tha coaaty govern
ment in good hande.
The following ia a copy of a poatal
card wriitea to Latta by one of Atlanta'a
achool girla: "Beautiful Lotta — Do.
pray, pleaaa mam, give a matinee and
play 'Bob' in Atlanta. So many of na
girla want dreadfully to ace you, but
can't gat 93 at a time ia pin money. If
yon give a matinee, a fifty-cent one, I
jaat declare yoa would hate the biggeat
bonaa an record.. Now, won't yon,
aplendid, glorione, jolly, rolicking, darl
ing. bewitching Lotta? Then yon will
have tha bleeaing of a tbouaand aehool
girla who have not any beana to foot tha
bill at tha opera houaa."
Tha imitation gema now produced ia
Paria by ahemieal meaaa ao nearly re
aemble the genuine article that even can
Boiaaenra cannot readily diatiagniab
them without tha uao of acalea or fllaa.
Tha following oxidca anpply tha caloriog
aabatancea employtd: Oeld, far parple;
ailver, for yeltowiah green; copper, for
Wight green; iron, for pale red; oobal*
tot bine; tin, tor white; manganeae, la
am all quantity, to make tha glaaa devoid
of eolor—in a larger to give it aa am
atbyat baa—and in great quantity to
naka it black and opaque; antimony for
raMiab hyacinth eolor.
Referring to the etatement of Mr'
Bartlett-Bardett-Coatta that ha bad re
ceived reqneata from twelve aaparata
Conaervatlva Aaaociatioaa to become a
candidate at tha naxt general election tor
tbe borongba that they rapraaant, La
booohere obetrvea is 7HM: "Thla youth
vaa, a year or two ago, an American
dark in London. He married an eaticaa
bla lady old enoogh to ba bia grand
motbar, and very rich. Tbia ia abso
lutely all tbat ia known of him, and yet
wa are called npon to believe that, joat
aa many Greek towns competed for tha
honor ot being the birthplaoe of Homer,
ao a nimber of Engliah bareagba are
almoat fighting for the honor of electing
Ur. Coatta a member of tba Hooee ot
Commona. Ware thia really ao. it wonld
be a national diigraoe; bat antil Mr.
B.-B.-C. rereala to na tha namea of theae
leealitiee, I dtcline to believe that one
aiogle borough in England conld ba
bribed, bolliad, or oajolad Into acaepting
him aa a candidate for Parliamentary
honors."
Dr. Henry W. Bellow*, notice ol
whoee death «u publiebed is tha tela
graph columne of the Km yeatirday,
waa born in Boa ton on Jane 11, 1814.
Ho waa educated at Harvard and tba
divinity achool in Cambridge, wbara bo
completed hia ooaree in 1837. On Jan
nmrj 2, 1838, ha waa ordained paator of
tha Firat Congregational Church in New
York, afterward celled All Soal'a Church,
whioh poeition ha maintained almoat np
to tha timt of hia death. He wrote
many good worka, bnt ia chiefly noted
for having been the bead and front of
tha United Sutea Sanitary Commiaalon
dnring the war. After tha death of tha
late Bev. Thornaa 8tarr King, Dr. Bel
Iowa went te San Fraacleeo and apent
eome montba there, preaching moat of
the Umo tor the Unitarian Church.
A alngnlar and toncbtng incident of
tba bnrial of Madame Carolina Bichinge
Bernard at Baltimore 1a related in oorre
apondenoe from that city. Early in the
morning • mocking-bird eacaped from
ita cage in the npper part of tba city,
and, thongh diligent aearch waa made,
ita ownar could not find it. That even
ing, aa tha I ait eloda of earth wen being
thrown on the grave of the ringer, a anc
eeeaion of trill* and clear warbling
ponred forth from tho throat of a mock
ing-bird perched in a tree near by, and
continued nntll the mlniater had pro
nounoed the benediction. It waa recog
nized aa the miaaing bird, and at aun
down it returned homo and went back
into ita cage, which had boen left open
in the window.
A couple had jut bean married by a
Juatice, at Colnmbna, Oa., and were on
their way out of tba office, when a man
anatcbed the ahawl from tha bride'a back
and ran away with it. A policeman gave
chaae aucceaafnlly, and tha prieoner, be
ing aaked for an explanation, aald that
tho abawl waa a gift from him to the girl;
that at the time of fraklng tho preeent
bo waa n favored anitor, and ho did not
propoae to let her wear it on a bridal
trip with anotbar fallow.
In Waablngton lira. Sartoriaie alwaya
oalled Nellio Grant, for aha ia affection
ately remembered there aa a aweet.pleaa
ant-mannered girl, devoted to dancing
and driving aboat in n phaeton. She ia
atill a alender, girliah-looking matron.
Tho Engliah olimate and oonntry air
have given Mra. Sartoria a freab, rnddy
eemplezion, which, with fine eye* and
long, dark eyelaahea, rendera her qnito
handiome.
Tho carrying of bardena makea tho
women of the aontb of Franco very
etraigbt and graooful walkera. W ith a
baaktt of diahea on yonr head yon can
not atoop. It tho American girl wonld
practice in the aame way it would im
prove greatly her phyriqie and add
much to her natural gracefulneaa.
George VI. Pullman baa a homo in
Chicago that coat nearly 9400,000, where
ho livea moatly while in America. He
baa elegant cummer place* on the St.
Lawrence and at Long Branch. He
■pend* much of hi* tim* in Europe.
Mr. Fullman got hla at art in mining in
Colorado.
The language o( Wales is practically
the only oo* of the Celtio languages
that ia not already dead or dying. It
waa spoken by (ha ancient Britona b«
for* tba German invasion and conquest
oI the ialand.
Tha North Auatralian nativea detaat
the Chinese, except u food, and have
lately eaten several members of a Chi
nes* colony who vera engaged in col
lecting licht ilt mer for tha Pakin market.
A rich man can go to Mexico and bay
• Stat* and b* the Governor of it. It ts
much mora aimpla and honorable than
baying up voters, being *lect*d and let
ting a ring do the governing.
Four thousand barrels of petroleum a
year was too much for th* world'* con
aumptioa twenty-five years ago. They
are naing it np now at tba rat* •( about
60,000 barrel* • day.
Harriot llartineaa nobly Maimed lhat
eh* did not writ* tor mon*y, nor for
tarn*, bnt to vole* tha rights of th* poo
pi* everywhere oppr**a*d, despised, or
neglected.
Alexander H. Stephens passed his
twenty-filth Christmaa in Waahington.
H* occnpiao th* rooma in th* National
Hot*! in which Henry Clay liv*d and
di*d.
An iapriaened girl at Burr Oak,
Mioh., eat every button from her cloth
ing and a wallowed them, ia an ineffeet
aal attempt at anieide.
Henry Ward B«*oh*r aaya that God
keeps a list of the rich men who cheat
their poor neighbors.
Emigrants who landed ia New Tork
eity tha past year brought 911,000,004
with them.
EASTEBH DISPATCHES.
Great Flrt In Hew York—Vive or
Six Lives Lost.
New You, January 31.—A fire broke
oat this morning in the bailding for*
merly occupied by the Mew York World,
in the same block with the Timu baild
ing, bat eeparated from it by the inter
vention of t bailding.
The block in which the fire U barnlng
is an irregular shaped gore, with the
building formerly occupied by the World
on its eontheaat corner tod the Timet
bailding occupying the entire northern
angle of the gore. The TVttune office is
diagonally acroas Naasau street from
the Tuntt office, and the Sun offioe is on
the upper oorner of the same block with
the Tribun*.
m> rr— 1 Hi! » 9 ft a
A aw A MMM WUttlUU| !■ WUI W*B"
sidarsbly damaged. The Aidn u«
couflned to the Beekman atraet and
Park Row corner oI tba block.
Tha sceaea at tba time when tba occu
paota of tba uppar floor ware Baking
tbalr aaeapa ware exciting and touching.
Men could ba aaan holding tba banda
of woman, evidently encouraging tbam
la calmaeea. Tbrae women ran on tbe
root and (ell tbroogb tbe akjligbt of oaa
ot tbe northern baildinga, receiving sari
oaa injariea. K bootblack on the aorner
ol Beekman atraet and Park row, seeing
aome nan entangled in tha telegraph
wirea adjoining the burning prsmisea,
climbed a pole and oat the wirea, raleaa
ing tbem from a critical poaition. Sev
eral people draoanded from tba burning
building on Naaaau atraet aide by reach
ing a telegraph pole. Oaa boy leaped
from the filth etory, and would deubtlaia
have bean killed but for tba wirea break
ing hia fall. He wu hart, bat not dan
gerously. An ezpreaa wagon having
a eanvaa covering drew up under the
windows, and aeveral men wha were
about to leap to tbe ground were told by
the driver to jump on tbe wagon, whioh
they did, and eecapad any eerioua hurt.
One young woman atood up on a window
aid of tha fourth atory until tbe firemen
arranged a pieoe of eanvaa, which they
held at the ends'and sides. Whan all
waa ready aba threw her bauds straight
over bor bead and jumped. She fell
ipon tbe outatretohed osnvss and ee
caped without injury. It ia almoat im
poasible to eatimate the loaaea at thia
writing, but it is believed they will ex
c*e<l $1,000,000.
The building deetroyed wu the Patter
building, worth $200,000; inaured for
$175,000. The New York Balling and
Packing Company loud $150,000; in
aarad for $100,000. W. Wallacks, sta
tionery; loss, $75,000. The destruction
of petonts, models, etc., of ths Scientific
American foot up $100,000.
Tba total insursnee ia estimated at
$750,000.- The Secretary of tha Bosrd
of Fire Underwriters aaid: "Tbe losses
are scattered about among so msay ia
suraac* companiee that no alngla com
pany will be much affected. Tba build
ing baa long been regarded aa haiardoue,
and inaurance men have besilatsd to ac
cept large riaks for oooupants."
Tbe loea of life in the light ot tba in
formation held by tbe police at 4 o'clock
promises to ba much less than waa
feared. It ia not thought that mors
than five or sii perished. It haa been
aecertained that tha filth or lop floor
waa untenable, ita only occupants be
aidea the janitor being halt a dozen
plumbera and carpenters, who were par
titioning tha rooms heretofore oocupied
by tbe World into ofllcea. The work
man got out aafely, and tba jsnitor, get
ting bewildered, stumbled and fell down
stairs, which circumstanoe doubtltaa
saved hia life. There aeema no reaaon
to daubt tba judgment of tbe steadiest
observers tbst nosrly all got oat salsly
by way of ataira,.witftlowa ar raot.
Blaine's Chilean Follcj.
Nkw Yokk, January 31.—Th» Tribunt
«aya: The chief poiot of intereat in the
interview with Blaine about the Peru
vian baaioaas ia tba atatement that tha
inatruotiona to Special Commiaaioaer
Treecott vera twice read to tha 1'reaUent
(or reviaion. There oaii thoa be do
qneetion that Arthor bad (all knowl>
edge of tha purport of their oontenta.
Why be approved them tbea and now ao
chaagea them aa to take avay all el
their (orea and leave Mr. Treaoott aa a
paaaive epectator to tha enforoameat of
Chili 'e eovere tarma ol peaee, Biaiaa
dote not attempt to explain. Harrgarda
tha Chilian demanda aa aaoanling to
the complete spoliation at Pera, and
givee an intereeting explanation ol tba
value of the nitrate depoiita In the pro
vinee to be annexed and the one to be
occupied, and of tba guano depeeita
open the Loboa Ielanda, which the vic
tor ia alao to retala. Peru, be argaee,
will never be able to pay the $20,000,000
Indemnity, thue deprived of her priaoi
pal revenae. Ia relation to the claiaia
with which it haa been oharged that
our diplomacy in Peru ia mixed up,
Blalno haa aaid the only one in behalf
ef which he inatracted Miniater Hurlbut
to uae bla good ofBcee waa the Landreau
claim, aad for that eolely to the extent
ef aaking for Ita hearing before a proper
legal tribuaal. The aotioa of tha State
Department, in tbie caae followa, the
ex-Secretary aaye, the prroedenta aet by
Mr. Fiah and the reoommendation of
Congreaa.
Suspension oft Paris Bank.
New You, January 31.— A Paris cor
respondent of the Tlmu explains tbst
tke suspenalon o( the Union Generals
will have, in ons parlienlar, a favorable
effect, aa a new ieatie of 100,000 sharea
at a premium of 350 franee, wbieh baa
been decided upon, bat not yet made,
wilt ot coarse fall through, and many
persons who parobaaed tbeee sharaa for
a rise in antieipalion will be saved from
heavy loseea. The depoeite on which
the Union Qenerale waa obliged to pay
interact ezoeed 1,000,000 franoa. A. ool
lapee apeedily followed ita beginning to
buy ita own abarea.
The Search for Oe Lone.
Wasuimoton, January 31.—The 8ee
retary of tke Navy received the follow
ing this morning:
St PmasncBa, January 31.—Hunt,
YTeabington, United Statee of Amariea:
Danenhaieen, with nine men. awalta or
dare at Irkutak. (Signed); HomfAM.
In reply. Secretary Hunt telegraphed
for Danenbauaen and party to return to
the United 8tatea aa aoon aa praoticble,
and for Mall ville and party to continue
the search after De Long and party aa
loog aa there was the slightest hopes of
suecesa.
Accident oo the lolon Pacific.
Cuetomi, January 31.—Aa accideat
near Fort Steele, Wyoming, lsat night,
en the Union Padflo Railroad, reaulted
in the death ef three men and the Injury
of four othera. Tba pay ear was run
ning aa a special and ran into tbe rear of
a freight train. The oar waa badly
damaged. Being on lla return trip ft
eonuined no money. Tbe freight tnla
waa juat entering a aide track wnea tke
pay ear swung around a ourrs and tele
scoped (be oabooee.
A Qacatton of Tcraeltj.
Chicago, January 31.—According to
Waafcingtoa (peel ale there eecne to be a
queetion of v (racily betwaen the Presi
dent and Blaine u to whether thl Pr»e
idoat in the UtUr o( inatrnotlone to
Treaoott before it waa Mat. Blaine yea
terday aaid tbe Preaideat aaw tbe letter.
A, member of tbe admlolatratioD, veil
poated, aayi tbe faeta are that it U true
the Preaideat taw tbe origiaal draft of
tbo letter of iaatraotlona in tbe btadi of
Blaiae aid anggeeted aome ehangee, bat
tbo iaatractlona whlob ware ultimately
aeat to Treaoott were not tbe initrao
tiona the Preaideat directed to be aent,
but were in aobetanee tbe original draft
aa written by Blaine, witb tbe ezpreaa
modifloatloae directed to bo made by the
Preiideot omitted.
Honlnitlou of Poitmaiten.
Waihlnotox, Jaaaary 31. — Among
tbo nomination* of Poatmutere aeat to
tbo Seaato by the Preaideat today were
tbo followiBg: Frank 0. Bobbiae, Win
nemocca, Nevada; Wm. Oibeon, Aietin,
Nevada; David 0. Adkiioa, Virginia
City, Nevada; Lewie P. Berry, Colfax,
Oregon.
MtecelUneou.
Draco, 111., January 31.—On Snnday
light Mra. D. W. Miller, of Kromlng,
became Involved In a difflolty with her
hueband. Ska aalzad an ax and attempt
ed lo kill blm. Falling in thla, aba re
tlrad to anotbar room, aatnrated har
clothing with ktroeene and aat fire to
har draaa. She waa burned to daath.
Wihona, Mian., January 31.—Bobert
and John Carroll brutally mirdared with
pltebforka Titna Hoyt, a reepeeted far
mar, with whom thtir father had a die
pate. The Carrolli, who are • hard aet,
have bean arreated.
FOBEKN DISPATCHES.
KUeellaneoni.
8t. PrrKiuiDBo, January 31.—The
government pocaeaata doeamanta tend
ing to proTe that the antl-Jewiah move
ment in Baaaia ia kept ap, though it wu
■ot originated, by revolationary ageita.
While a fleet of flahing veaaela were
angeged at the month of the Volga, near
Aetriabahn, a hurricane, which eame op
auddenly, broke the ice and deetroyed
all the beata. Over COO flahermen were
drowned.
The etorm today did muoh damage at
Moaeew, beeldee unroofing the new Ex
hibition building.
London. January 31.—The Timtt pub
liahee a letter from Oladatone replying
lo a eorreepondent who nrged the re
leaae of the imprieoned euepeeta. The
Prime Minister aaya the flrat duty ot the
government ia to enforoe obedience to
law and order. It cannot conaiateatly
releaae thoae individnala until they loee
their power or renenoee their iolention
of panning tbelr couree of diatarbanae.
WESTERN DISPATCHES,
Mliccllanconi.
8am Fiuxcisco, January 31.—Thare
is a rumor (boat tows, which eerriee
with it nu; evidences of authenticity,
to the effeot that Blanche Douglas, tb«
women implicated with the Melley boys
in the Jennie Cramer esse, in New He
van, ia tha widow of a prominent Uolted
Stataa official, who died suddenly in this
oily several years ago.
Ecbkxa, January 31.—Terry McMa*
hon-aod Joho Potter quarreled in a sa
loon here today, and agreed to go oat
into the book yard and fight it oat. The
latter was getting tha worst of tha fisti
cuff, when be look oat a bags pocket
knife, stsbblng and backing the former
terribly. MoMabon will probably die.
Potter is in jail.
MARRIED.
*£ lifts d""'1 "• '■K.
OIKD.
In Qold Hill, February 1, Annie, daugh
ter at P. Trumbull, aged 8 months and 6
days.
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GOLD BILL, .... NEVADA
—dulim n—
PUR I DRUG*.
OOBAIICAL8,
MEDICINE*,
TOILET AM
FANCY ARTICLES.
Qubronek A Ball dealre to call eipecltl It
tantloa to to* fact that they here' eatabllihed
connection with tb« telephone irttem of Sto
rey ooonty, and an thereby enabled to reoelre
and All with dUpetcb order* from any portion
of the country.
Proscription! filled at all boon, day or nlffht,
by a thoroughly competent pereon. li
GOLD HILL FOUNDRY
. AND MACHINE WORKS.
lata Itml, U*«r e«M aui, im
IRON AND BRAM CAHTINGS
Of rrery variety nude to order.
LRAVE JUST ADDED TO XT OLD
eetabltahed Machine Work* tha LAROBHT
tD LATHE. PLAEEK and BTEAJf
HAMMER, all of tha latest and moat Improved
coneUncttoo, and am now prepared to Mala
and Repair all klnda and all tinea of
MILL * MINING "MACHINERY
At tha ihortoat notice and on tha moat taaw
able term i.
RENO FOUNDRY,
RENO, NEVADA.
mnn PROPRtBTOR OP TBB VI KOI HI A
JL FOUNDRY, bavin* porchaaed lb* lUno
Foundry, aad cooaolldaled tl with the former,
will hereafter itjrla lb* work* tlx
Beno Tooidrj and Machine Worka.
Tbli ettabllahmtnt U now prepared to do •
general Wonndry btuln***, Including every de
scription of
Caetlat* la Iraa a Ml Praia, Fwdaii
aad Maehlae Work,
At lower prleee then can be obtained eliewher*.
Drawing* and **tlm»ta* (nraiibed when re
talnd.
Br strict attention to bBilneu, and with a
thorough knowledge of the work reqnlred, the
MirUtor hope* to merit the confidence of the
e, and reepectfally eollclu the patronage of
mill fl'V* mining dio.
Ilea ANDREW FRAHgR, Praar.
ROLLER 8KATINC
KVKRY DAY AT
PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE, VIRBINIA
WW
NIW 8KATI8 ! NIW FLOOR I
Admlatlon Twenty-five Oenta
Ladloe Pre*
8kit«• Twenty.flfe Cooti
Weekly Ticket tiro Dollar*
Not Transferable Beaton Ticket good
for Bay or Evening.
coae lrn JOHW PIPES, Proprietor.
FA8HI0NJAL00N.
S. I. TURNEY, PROP'R.
Mali Street, .... field Hill,
Opposite the Haw* office.
rpQIB OLD-ESTABLISHED AND POPULAR
A resort I* (till the favorite. Comfort and
■port combined. The patron* of the boo** wU]
always Bad a* b**t bread* of
■ RANDY, WHIULTk
Alii, rORTIR, IiAGIR,
WINES OV Aia. KINDS,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
TWO FIRE BiyJARD TABLES.
REMOVAL.
THOMAS E. FINCH
OAS REMOVED Bl8 SALOON TO
NO.1T NORTH C STREET,
VIRGINIA CITY NEVADA
When can be found th* beat of
WINES, LIQUORS ANO CIOARS.
TWO UNI BILLIARD TABLES
And BKADINQ BOOM
OonsMtad wlUl the boo**. • Plea** call aad
*. E FINCH, Area I.
WANTED,
mENDEBS FOE TWENTY (HI OB MOBB
A ion* of
SCRAP IRON,
P. O. B. th* Virginia aad Track** Kail road.
Apply to
LBWll 0BALMEB8,
aolltf Silver Monnutln. OHlfornla.
DR. A. CHAPMAN,
[SURGEON i
> DINTI8T,
NB IifM» CI 17, t i r•literal*.
Pannually loetud it Tlrtrlnl* City.
OFFICE —150 Boer* 0 Stbut. B*t
UfmUon gnwint—d. 30_
J. U. HALL M. Dm
PHYSICIAN AND NUNOKON
HOLIDAY GOODS!
A LARGE ASSORTMENT IK THE LINE OF FINE
READY-MADE CLOTHING
AND
Gent's Furnishing Goods
«•
JUST REOEIYED AND FOR SALE BY
BATOR BROTHERS,
Comer 0 Mi Tajlor Streets, Tlrflila City, farads.
VIGORIT POWDER.
EXPERIENCE AID USE NAVE PROVED FOR THE VIIORIT POWDER t
Pint— Thai it la mter for transporting and handling than any other Nitro-glyMrlM
Powder mide.
Second—That with an equal exploelve power It la rerj free from hurtful fame*.
Third—That It la much leea affected br being frozen.
Fourth—That it oao be tightly tamped without rlak of explosion.
THE RISKS OF ACCIDENT WILL BE VERY OREATLV LESSENED,
If not altogether oreroome, by a general uae of thla Powder in the Mines.
H7" THE VI00BIT POWDER COMPANY manofactare on the moet approred
scientific principle! Tnsxx OiAOCa or Powou, known aa Noe. 1, 9 and 3 respectively,
deeigned for the different olaaeee of blasting, and warranted to be enperior to any
Powder In nie. The price# for Vigorit will be the eame aa are asked for the corre
apondlng grades of Oiant and Herenlee. >
CUT Beet quality of Fnae, and Single, Double and Triple Foroo Caps aold at low
•ft rstflfe
DJ" Send for Pamphlet showing metheda of teeting the different qualitlee of ail
Powders, their relativo atrength, safety, eto; No comparison based upon seisntifls
inquiry or actual uae la feared.
CALIFORNIA VIGORIT POWDER COMPANY,
ENGLISH & WRIGHT, Agents,
jj2fltf 317 Pine Street, Sai franclico, Cal.
MI8CKLLANI0U8.
CHUBBUCK & THORBURN,
POSTOFPICE
Variety Stobei
OE1LEBH III ALL T8K LBADIH01
NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES,
STATIONERY,
Sheet Mule, Bond Books, Bekool
Supplies,
TOBACCOS,
*
CANDIES.
POCKET CUTLERY,
TOYS, ITC*
A'lINTS FOB TBI
Baa Francisco "CbronleU," "Poat,"
"Call," "Kzanlner" aid
"GOLD HILL DAILY NEWS."
Tdt VlfftnU Oitr, Gold HUI tad Sllrtr City.
F. W. F0L80M,
StaSa llmt. SMS Hlll«
(SoocaMor to Eoblnton a FoUom,)
WbolMala and Retail DmIct la
FAMILY GROCIBRIBt,
PBonsioiB, ite.
HOLE iOEST IK GOLD HILL FOB KBA
SOLUS* CHAMPION*
BAKING POWOBRy
ipHK BIST 01 TUB XABKBT — ONLY
nqnlna half lb* quatltrof aajr oUmt kind.
J^LL PiRTIBS TOBBTXD TO TBE LIT*
lm of ROBIN BOH A FOLSOH «re requeeted to
CALL AND SETTLE
ipHXIB ACCOUNTS WITHOUT DKLAT
aad eava coata. 4
THE OH. BAKERY,
RESTAURANT.
OoBftotloiMT tad Cudjr Depot,
No. itT N«rtk O Rtroot, Ylrctata,
eUvUlB iur- m tk IT| vtliAUftVUVS4| K IVViW hm
Plela Oakaa of all kind*. dMcrlptloBi and da
ImuiatpilMioNKmqM;.
Ae we Import all ost gooda direct from tba
But, va can offer tfcam et-prtcca the aama aa
charged la Haw tack. aad at laae than ■m
VT Ornamaata (or Oakaa a apedalty.
fWlce Oram and Btrawberrle# aod Cream.
Alao Btrawberrlee by tba bos, at wbolaaala or
null.
or Our oaodlee are maonf actored by oor.
aalraa freeh every day. aad are far »n parlor to
Imported candlea.
WTMB1BK k A&XBBU8T,
Proprietor* City Bakery.
Ho, IT Hort> 0 aoaet, Virginia. Nevada.
14 lm
SOLD HILL BAKBB1
RESTAURANT
HAITI ITBUT— GOLD HIIXe
Oppoalto tka Idlpae Livery Bttblea.
J. P. Proprietor.
FS, •""■WSWSft'E !S
I Of NlMM
■RKAD AT RKDUOKD PRICKS.
tar Plea aad Oakaa at redaeed prloea.
Kay or aaaorted Oakaa made to order «
abort aodoe. p^tmect U the laaat la
the Mala. All klada of Game, Poultry aad
Treah Hik aad alao Oyttora received aad
aamdwddly. »j_
PJANO LES8ON8 1
MUM BBS8IB flllCHBLBON
/YF VUMIHIA CITY D WBBi TO INPOBH
V tba reeldanta of Gold BUI that aba voald
be pleaeed to glva piano leeaoaa at tba naU
«ot pawoai U Sold B1U wbo may deeC*
meee. Far tarma, eta* lagatfaa* bar
'— Ho. IIHw«h7MNat.vW|ttta< I»
MISCILLilTKOUB.
C i'N
RAIL WAY
THE 1 **
Chicago & North-western
RAILWAY
la tb* OLD RATI BEAT CONtTBUGTEDI BIST
EQUIPPED I and bene* Lb*
LEADING RAILWAY
-or THE—
WEST AHD NORTHWEST!
It U tba HHOBT. NURB tad BATS KOtJTI
Mm
COUNCIL BLUFFS,
— AND —
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE
And *11 point* JCAHT, each u
Nla«arm rail*. Naw Yark. rbllatfalabla,
Taraatai Datralt,
Claralaad.
At Oonnell Bluff* tba Train* of tba Chicago
A North-W**t*rn and tba U. T. H'yi o»part
from. arri** at and ua tba aama joint Union
Depot.
At Obleaco, elo*a connacttoni ar* mad* wltb
tb* L'Ua Bbore, Michigan OratraJ, Baltlmor* *
Obto, Pt. Wayn* and Pennajlraula, and Chi
cago k Grand Trunk B'ya, and tb* Eankafaa
and Pan Hand]* KonU*.
Pnllaan Pal*** Dn*ii|RratOiii
Ar* ran on all t broach train* of tbla road.
It la tba ONLY ROAD batwaan
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND CHICAGO
Upon which U ran tba celebrated
Pullman Hotel Dining Oars
InaUt npoo Ttek*t AfaaU Mlllac yon Tlck*U
▼Utblaroad. Bxamla*yoorTlekaU,andndua
to bur If they do not read ovar the Oblcafo k
North Weatero Ballwar.
II j00 wlab tb* B**t Trar*tln« Acwwimod*.
Uona yon will bar roar TlekaU by tbla Boat*
|VAND WILL TAKK NOME OtBBB.
All lleket Agent* **11 TlekaU by tbla Line.
MARTIN HOGHITT.
mh» Id V. P. * Gaal Manfr, Obleaco.
W. N. HALL & CO.,
IN lUli Street, Sold Bill,
^yHOLXSALI AIIO KIT AIL DZALXXS
H A R D W AR E
or irm dmbiriov.
<
Sheet Iron,
Copper and
Tin Work
Of «ll kladi doo* to ordar U tbort notlca.
%T TOOLS A ^PCOIALTY. "W •
C. V. CRANE,
PURCHASING ACINT,
Established la 1871.
PKR80K8 RMIDINO AWaT FROM SAB
Francisco, la want of aay artlolt of
MCROHANDISI.
Qml or MmII, eta htm tbtlr ordcn SIM
promptly, tad tl lh* tott lowMt «Mk price*,
by tddNMlm Um BadwikaMl.
0. W. CRANE,
US Pin* itmt. Room SI. ud 10 ItldMdoiI
tt> h.S—rm>el»eo. Otl. JylStf
STARTLING
DISCOVERY!
LOST MANHOOD RKStORED.
hood, «ta, baring Mad la nia nw know*
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