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THE EVENING NEWS THURSDAY, s : :; FEBRUARY 2. 1883 Tbe war betwMB the two winga of the Republican party in the Eaatern Statee i* now waging fiercely, and aa much bit tar foaling appears to axial on both aidta aa exUted at tba tima of tbo reiignation of Conkling aa United State* Senator. Tba "removal" of President Garfield by Onitean did not make peaoa, aa expected by tba lnapired aaeaaain. but aerved only to briog about a abort trace, aid to cbanga tba relative poaitiona of tba bel ligerent factiom. Tba Stalwart*, having tba backing of tba adminiatralion, nay be aaid to be now on top. Tba Ball breed*, ar tba Blaine wiog of tb* party, nay b« compared, for tba preaeat, at leaat, to tba under dog io tbo fight. Jn«t now tbo Stalwart faction, nndar tbo dictation of Coakliag, Qrant k Go., wbo occupy a poeitlon in tbo back ground, are making tbinga vary warm for tbo Blaine wing of tba party, and • Blaino in particular ia mada tba target of tbeir beavieat gone. Tba New York Trftune and tba Cincinnati Commercial may be aaid to be the leading newapapera in tba aupport ot tbo Blaine wing, wbila tba .Voliona, RtpuUican of Waabington and tbe Commercial Advertiser of New York are figbtiog tbe battlea ot tba 8tal warta. In tba effona of tba latter to pnt down the Helf-breeda they ar* giving publicity to Incldenta of Oarfiald'a life in a apirit wbicb petbapa exceeda in bitterneea tbe alleged mud throwing of Democratio newapapera during tbe laat Presidential campaign. Justice to the memory of tbe murdered Preaident it would ae«m ought to prevent the reeur rection of old cbargra against him; bnt family quarrela are usually mora bitter and mora mercilaaaly carried on than qaarrSIS D*iweeu natural vucmivi, Tb* Sooth American policy of Mr. Blain* i* now being bandied without glove* by the Stalwarts, and lata tele gram* etato that President Arthur has been induced to rovers* that policy. Only a few months sine* Mr. Treacott and Walker Blaine wer* dispatched by tb* President on • special mission to Chili to offtr their servioes, on behalf ol tbe United States, as mediators in net tling the international difiicultiea which bad grown out o( the conquest of Pern by that nation, and now, just as tb* en voya have commenced their work, Pre*! dent Arthur roveree* tb* policy of Mr. Blaine, and for the reason that if carried oat it woald involve tbe Unit*d State* in war. Mr. Blain* declare* that tb* President approved the instrustiona glvsn tb* envoys, whil* frieods of Ar thur say that the modifications snggestsd by bin wer* omitted by Mr. Blain* la the draft given them. Perhaps tb* Stalwart faction of tb* B» publican party are not to blam* for attempting to pnt Mr. Blain* and bia Irienda down when they have an oppor tunity. Tb* couree I* but natural to politicians. But how aingularly at vari anee it it with tb* coarse proposed by them when Mr. Artbar took Mr. Qar« field'* vacant asst. Then it waa an nounced that Mr. Artbnr'a policy woald be to endeavor* to anil* tb* two wing* of tbs party, and in order to do so Mr. Garfield's appointments to ofBc* and bia policy, as far aa indicated, should b* respected. How it wss done tho** per aon* who read th* daily telegrams and newspapers received from th*E*st know. Bat Mr. Arthur is svidsntly aw**k man, and is not carrying out a policy of his own. Th* policy pursued by bias Is doubtless dictated by the power behind tb* throne, Conkling, Grant & Co.—a power that will leave nothing undon* that they believ* will tend to crush Mr. Blsin*. That tb*y will crush Mr. Blain* oat no on* believe* who knows him. England'* four faateat train* are the Flying Dutchman, 191 milta in lonr Lour*. fourteen tuiautea, or fortius mi!*a an boar; lb* Leeda expreaa, 187 milta in (our boura, or almoat forty aeven milea an bonr; the Great Northern Ex preas, 395 miles in nine hoars, or almoat forty-four mtlea an boar; tb* Midland nigbt express, 3J5 milaa at torty and oae-half miles an bour. lint tba Penn sylvania train tbat leavea Jersey City at 4 P. and do*a tba rigbty-eight milta to Philadelphia in onn hundred ojinntea. ia tba fastest in tbo world, running 62.8 milaa an boar. ▲ letter of Cardinal lionnecbos*. Archbishop of Roaao, who baa jaat re turned from Home, describes tb* posi tion of tba Pop*, and aaya it ia evident tbat bia Uolintaa cannot remain ia bia preaent aituation. 11* arge* tb* Ital iana to aolve tb* difficulty tb*maelvee by chooeiog another capital and leaving Boiue to tba Pope, in order to avsrt his departure from the Eternsl City. Bat the prevailing Italian aentiment ia not exactly in accord with tbat of bis Em inence. Tb* Vesuvius Railway having been sacoesslolly aecompliahed. It ia now pro poeed to mak* tba aectnt to tba crater of liount .Etna in Sicily equally eaay by a aimilar plan. A company baa been formed at Palermo for carryiag oat tbia project. Tb* railway will r*scb almost to tb**ammit of tb* mountain, whane* a flu* vi*w may b* bad of Sicily. Malta, and a portion of tba aontbern end at the Italian p«ninaula. Three of tb* beat poetoffloea in Ken tucky—Loaiaville, Covington and New port—ar* now held by woman, two of them by tba widow* of Colon aoldiara; bat men are now in Waahingt*n, work ing hard to cauae a vacancy ia aaah place, to b* filled by a "voter." la Yorkabire, England, lately a bur glar waa found in a very tight pllo* in deed. Hi* l*gs were hsnging down a ohimney ia which b* bad stack, and it was nsoessaxy to take down th* mantel pi*o* and part of tb* chimney to r*l*aao Mm. ▲ thoroughly American city hu been laid oat in the Stale of Cbiapaa, Mexico. The alt# ia a beautifol platean o( land, through which rona a never-felliog atreem of mountain apriag water, claar aa cryatal, foil of flab, and affording power for aay amount of manufacturing machinery, at an altltnda of thr«« tbona and feet above the aea level, on the line of the Mexican Southern Kailroad. It ia oalled Allen City. Around the city are leid ont and taken up twenty-four coffee farma, each touobing the city plat. There will be over three million ooffee tree a in nureery cultivation at thla place within the ooming year, all to be Irani planted and raiaed to bearing within the next four yeara. All gooda, atorea and auppliea, agricultural implaaenta, ma ohlaery, building matarial, and furniture for the ooloniata are exempt from doty. The colonials thua far an from Cali fornia. Daniel Webeter wrote to hla eon, Fletcher, who waa about to be graduated at Harvard, in 1833: "It aeema to be come doubtful whether I oan poealbly get home to bear your oration. I regret tbie very much indeed, end ahall atill make every effort in my power to reach Boaton in eeaaon; but I find ao many eausea af delay that I cannot aay what I may be able to aocompliab. I have eel do>n fell ao much concern ebeut any thing of the kind aa I do upon your auo eeea upon that oooaaion. I prey you epare no paina.. Do your beet and you will do well enough. It would be a goed thing to have printed, if it abonld be well received. Thie part of the matter we can aee about. I earneetly remind you of tbe neceeelty of acting with greet caution in regard to all feetivitiee. You remember what I aaid to you on that head, and I pray you to forget no part of It." A lumberman broke bis leg in the Wisconsin wood*, and desired to go to hit hem* at Sort), Canada, where ha could receive good treatmeut. Bnt Sorel waa a thousand miles away, and ha had only a (aw dollara. In thia dilemma ha rreolred to travel cheaply aa freight. Ha mada a box six (eat long, two (eat wide, and aixtaen inobaa high, marked it, "Thia aida np with graat care," and had hlmaaK nailed in and (hipped. Soma wida cracka gave him air, and ba took along a supply o( (ood and water. Ha got along very wall, though nat without disoomforta, until bo arrived in Mon treal, where tba box waa aet up on end, and the inmate left eluding on bis bead. Ha waa forced to make an outcry. He had been three daya on the journey, wbieb the railroad offlciala enabled him to complete aa a regular paasenger. ▲ remarkable caae of ingratitude ia reported trom Plymouth, Uaaa., where a benevolent lady raiaed by sabaoription a sua o( money (or a destitute (amily, and with it made them clothing and pur chased other neceaaariea. The object ot pity abowed bar gratitude by seeking the arrest o( the lady who aoliciud the money in her name, olaimlng that aba bad no right to usa it ip in purchaate, but aheuld have given her the caab. The Roman Catbolio prieets of the Pittsburg, Pa., dioceae, have brgun to carry out the policy of their church, in the matter of aecret societies, sgaiost the Knigbta of Labor, a tradea organiza tion o( rapid growth and great numerical etrength. In a conference on the sub ject, the clergy agreed to re(use abso lution to all members of the order, and /ormal notice of thia action bu been given in aixty congregations. Lady Wild*, the asothsr of the gnat wstbet*, who wrote soma of thi fiercest of the rtbel songs of 1848, Is, aa U bar sod, oppoMd fo lb* Land Lssgue. tibe ■bar** the viewe of Mr. P. J. Smyth, M. P. for Tipperary, and many ol tb* bold est and moat self-sacilflcisg patriot* al '48, that th/ Land League appeal* to tb* loweet and meanest instincts, i* com monistic in ita character, tad anwoitby lb* spirit ol tb* nation. Tb* pitifal story told in tb* New York papers of a poor won as who barely kept body snd son! togstbsr, making shirts st forty-lire ccats a dozen, baa crssted much (ympathy, and ooatribationa hare been aent for tb* relief ol Ibe woman and her family. It baa brought out, too, a atatement that good aeam*tr*a*ea »r* in gnat demand in tho city, and in variably earn larga wagea. It ia stated that authentic documents bar* b(*n recently brought to light at Mentz which indubitably established tb* fact that Joan of Arc was not burnt *itb*r by th* English or hsr own ooan trym*n, but tbst sh* lived to be s re •pcctsbl* matron, having in 1426 been married to a 8i*ur d* Hermoi**, or Ar mois* of Lorrain*, snd apparently lived happy ever afterward. Ther* is *vidently good ground forth* anticipated flow of gold from thia coon try to Europ*. Tb* export* of bread ataff* for tb* year 1881 were $02,000,000 lees than for th* pr*o*dlng year. The beef, pork and butter export* also show a large decline. Th* generally a*o*pt*d explanation la th* droath of 1881, eaae lag a shortage and high prioss. About a thousand million dollars of oar national debt bav* boon paid ainoo th* war coded. Franc* has now nearly trsble our debt, and Great Britain moro than double. Even Spain baa a bigger d«bt than that which remaina of onra. Tba confiscation of PuweA by tbo Ber lin police, for ita oartoon about tho Im perial rescript, is tho beet advertieement that periodical haa bad for a long time. A religious revival Is so sttractivo at Uadlaon, Ohio, that all tho atoreo and factories are oloood daring tbo afternoon while the employee go to the meeting. Qui teas sails Sooville ajsoksss, and perhaps bo was wbsn ho undertook tho defence of snob a mlaerable, ungrateful wroteh. EASTS® DISPATCHES. The ScoTllles on the Proposition to Purchase Gulleau's Body. New Yobs, February 1.—A Posi Weih ingion ipocitl eays: In reference to the report that Scoviile hid consented to ■ell Guileau'a body to a Philadelphia speculator for parpoaes of exhibition, bo iaya ha bad reoeived a letter from a man some time ago asking him sn of fer, and be replied briefly that he woild take it into consideration. It la the only letter he baa ever anewered. It wonld be a matter, he says, for Qniteau and bia immediate relatives to deeide. He tbongbt they were dlapoaed to con sider it favorably. Aa for himsslf, he shenld rcoommend, in oaae the offer waa accepted, that so much of the pro oeeds as might be neeesaary ahonld be applied to aatlafying Gaiteaa'a debts, and any anrplna be donated to aome a«y Iulu for the inaane. Soovllle aaid that be bad not given np all hope of getting the verdict eet aaide, bit reoognised the fact that the ehanoe waa email. He will ineiet on a poat mortem examination of the brain, and is confident it will dia eloee diaeaae. The queetien is raised ss to the right of relatives to have and diapoae of the romaine of a peraon executed nnder the circumatancea like theae of Gaitean. booth's body waa not eureendered to kia relativra for eeve'ral years, and then only by apecial order of the War Depart ment. Cnicsoo, February 1.—Mre. Soovllle referring to the reporta that an ar rangement waa pending by which Gul teau'a body waa to be disposed of, aaid today: "I don't believe anything of the kind has been done. We have sot reaohed that point of ooneidering what aball be done with the remaina of my brother. Whenever and however be may die I eball take bia body and have a poet mortem made by experte of my own aelectlon. The idea of exhibiting hie body aronud through the country la horrible and I wonld not have it done if we were atarving. I have refnaed a $5000 caah offer for bia body. He will not hang. Arthur ra. Blaine. New You, February 1. — Speciale from Wuhiogton aay that the poiltlon and viewa of Blaine ia reference to the South American policy ot ike United Statea contioae to be tba aubject of general converaation. A Pout eorrripondtnt aaya: Tba par aooal eonteat ((or it ia peraonal aa veil aa political) between Preaideot Arthur and Blaine growa more and mora in teoiifled aa aacb preaenta bia oaaa day by day to the pnblio. Frienda of the President aay that Blaina ia atnklng bia political fatora on tba torn of tba Uda one way or tbo other, and will raaort to every rnrana to protect bia intareata. The Preaidtnt ia nndrraiood to feel very deeply tba attempt of Blaine to make bim ont a timid and inooneiitent man, and it ia aaid that Blaine oventepprd the bound*, not only of decoram, bnt almoat of eubordinaiion and law, in bia career at tba bead of tba State Depart ment. It will b« urged that Blaina waa actuated not more by patriotio motivea and legitimate ambition for the Preei dency than by a wiab to benefit bimaelt and frienda pecuniarily. Blaina doea not loae heart at all, and talka about the future with hia uaual buoyanoy and egRreeaiveneea. Be claima that if the Stnlwarta wieb to go into apecalation back of the l'eru and Chili imbroglio he can ehow men involved in it juat aa near to Arthur aa anybody can be to bimielf. Politiciana are watching tba nawapaper progress of tba controversy with tba keeneat intereat. The Old Storj. Cuicioo, February 1.—Tba ?i»iMtbia morning aaya: Miaa Bella lietsger, of Oakland, Cal., told a aenaational atory at polioa keadquartera of aema curioua adventnrea. She left Oakland, aha aaid, about two waeka ago, intending to vialt frienda at Tucaoo, Arisona. On tba train aha aaet a bandaoma young fellow who gava the name of Walter H. CLaae, and who aucoeeded in capturing her afiectiona. He induoed her to coma on with him to Chicago, promiaing to marry her immediately on arrival. They ar rived here about tba end of laat week, regiatering at the Tremont Houae aa W. R. Hunt and wifa. Cbaaa auggeated that they abould apend Sunday in aeeing the aighta about town, and tbay would get married tba nait day. Ha had de* poeited her aatchel, containing $1400 worth of jewelry and 9143 1» money, in the aafe of the hotel. At an early hour on Monday moruiug, however, ba laft bia affianced wifa quietly aleepiog, and going to tba clerk aaked for tbo aatcbel. He got it, and tbey looked upon hia faoa no more. Uiaa Metzger ia a light-haired, intereeting girl, about twenty-three yeara old. Her lover lett her abeolutely pen nilees, and her baggage waa seised by tba hotel people on acoount of her nnpald board bill. Alter her wild aecapade aba ie naturally aby about appealing to bar frienda in California. Jeaonetle Mstten. New Yoix, February 1.—The Htrald Irkuteke special iiji: Lieutenant Da Long'e part/ baa been Iraoad to a defln ita locality on tba waat bank •( tba Lana. Eaginaar Melville and tba Busslana ara searching ardently. I am Mtiog under positive ordara tod will bear i a vestige tioo. Lieutenant Chipp's little boat bss not beau Man since tieptember. The gala doubtlees awamped bar. If aba ia doI found bafore spring, I will cbartar tba ataaaar L»na and aeareb flrat be tween tba river Olaonok and Kolina. Jsckolee baa baaa invaded aince October. Tba Jeannette entered tba ice near Herald Ialand 8eptemb«r 0, 1870. Her forefoot waa twiated from tba let of Jan nary. We pumped for eighteen montha. Tba vessel drifted to tba northwaat daring twenty-one montha. Sba waa crashed and sank on Jan* 31, in latitude 16G drgreea 20 mlnntea. 8be diecov ared Jeannelte, Henrietta and Bennett Ielands. We made a retreat over the ioe to New Siberia Ialande and tbanee in' boata to the Lena delta. Engineer Mel ville waa given charge of a boat by De Long. I was behind. Hearty and in telligent help was rendered by the Boa* eiane. Everything poeeible is being done. J. W. Daxexhauxb. Golf Colas to laropo. N«w Yobk, January 31.—The Pott aaya: The amount of gold whieh will be exported from this oonntry as the result of the financial troubles In foreign Mar kets Is variously estimated at froas five to twenty million dollsrs. There Is sow a profit in the exporting market wbleh Is equivalent to aaylng that gold is the cheapest oommodity we can ahlp. The Bothnia, wbloh aalls tomorrow, takes 91,600,000 la gold. Debate Between Skeraan aid falls. Waihixotox, February 1. — During the dikate on the Funding bill, yeater day afternoon, Sherman and Iogalla bad quite an animated tilt. Sherman main tained tbat there waa no fund kept at tba Treaaury (or tba apeolflo pnrpoaa ol redeeming oatatanding legal Under*. Iogalla replied that aale waa made of f9S,000,000 worth ol bonda to provide aucb a fond, and the Ohio Senator, Sec retary of the Treaaury at the tiaie, told the oonntry there waa not • dollar of that Fond in the Treaanry. Sherman hotly declaimed that the gentleman pur poaely miaanderatood him. Iogalla maintained hia etlf-oontrol, aaying there conld be no mlaunderatendlng of the Secretary'a language. He read from the report of Secretary Folger, allow ing tbat it bad been for yean tba policy of the Treaaury to keep oa band a re atrve fund for tba redeaptioa of legal tendera. Governor Ordwaj of Dakota. Dcidwood, February 1.—In reaponae to the atatemant recently made by tba Aaaoclated Praea tbat the Black Hilla Statehood delegation at Waahington bad requeated tba remoral of Qovarnor Ord way, the following Ulegram, ananl moualy algnad by leading oltlxena ol tba Black Hilla, waa forwarded to the Chair man ol tba delegation and pobllabad in tba looal papera: "The delegation from the Black Hilla wat not aent to Waah ington to make a fight on Governor Ordway aa tba dlepetchea indicate, but to work lor a divialon and admlaaion. In aaklng for tba removal of the Gov ernor they not only exceed their loatruo. tlona, but mlarepreaent the people ol Dakota." Mlacellaaeooi. New Yobk, Februiry 1. —No mora bodiea have been recovered from the fir*. The Herald givea the following aa the oaaualtiea: Two dead, fourteen mining tod eight Injured. Snow throughout New England and New York fell laat night from a foot to eighteen inohaa. Bboadwat Dipot, Va., February 1.— Thrae yonng ladiaa were drownad in at tempting to croaa the river in • (rail boat. WiaaixaTOX, February 1.—Tha De cember coinage w»a $10,450,000, of which $3,300,000 waain ailvar dollara. Auiant, February 1.—The.deadlock ia unbroken. Locxfobt, February 1.- Three flonr aallla bnrnad yeaterday. Loaa, $100,000. Several fireman were bort. Tba Aeiiit ant Engineer waa killed. Several build inga were deatroyed by flra tbia morn ing. Tba loaa and inanranoa ara un known. Daxviui, Va., February 1.—A dee perate fight occurred yeaWrday on tba Laniar plantation between the King and Slata familiee. Hhotgnna and pietola vara naed. Tom King waa atabbed eight timea, old Mre. Kidr waa mortally atabbed and Mra. Slata wu badly wounded. Tba thraa former will die. Wabhxnoton, February 1. — Senator Hill, of Colorado, entertained Preaident Arthur at a dinner at the Senatar'a reai denca laat evening. Tba Britieh Minie ter and a nnmber of Benatora and tbair wivea were among tba gueata. Kixotbbb, 8. O., February 1.—Ander aon Singleton and Lucinda Tiedala yes terday brutally mnrdered Pbaiba Tie dale, aiatar of Luoinda. After Singleton bad cruehed in her ekull with an as, Lu cinda plunged a knifa through ber ele ter'a heart. Tbey than threw tba body into a deep gulcb. Jealouay waa tha cauaa. Both have been arreatad. LAMCAam, February 1.—Tha body of Tbomaa Baokina, a prominent yonng man of tbia place, waa found in a gold pit here todey with bia throat cut and pockata rifled. No cine to tke mnrderar. "My friand, are you prepared to dla?" aaked a miniiterial-lookiog man of a gentleman who aat next to him in a one ear. "Good gracioua, nol" ex claimed the gentleman, terribly alarmed. ■'My polloy ran out laat Monday, and I am now on my way to have it renewed!" and, jumping np, ka violently pulled tba bell-atrap and told tba condnotor to atop tha oar at tba next eornar, aa ha wu in a great hurry, and would have to get ont and walk. Two eonf of Erin, ahoveling aand on a hot day, atopped to reel, and exebanted viawe on tba labor queetion. "Pat, tbia ia mighty bard work we're at." "Itie, indade, Jimmy; but what kind of work ia it yon'd like if ye oould get it?" "Well," eaid tha other, leaniog reflect ivaly on bia ebovel and wiping tba per epiralion with tha back of bia band, "for a nice, aiey, clana buelneaa, I think I would like to bs • Biahop." Neither of them waa over ten year* of age. One leaned egainat tba fenoe and the other rubbed bie back againat the lamp poat, and tbey eyed each other a long time. Then one of them eald: "My mother baa got a new aealakin eecque, and youra hain't." "I don't oare," replied the other, "ebe frixzea her hair and uaea paint, and that'a juet aa tony." aown. In Winnamuoct, January 30, to tha wife of W. A. Middle ton, a daughter. wTarribdI In Carton, January 81, Jamea H. Young to Mia* Emma Hmart NEW TODAY. CHUBBUCK & THORBURN, - P08T0FFICI \ Variety_Store I DEALERS III ALL TBI LKADIHQ1 NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, STATIONERY, Sheet Mule, Bouatf Booki. School | Soppliet, TOBACCOS, OANDIKS* POOKKT OUTLBRY, TOYS. KTO. AOIHTS 70* THE Bu Traaelaeo "Clroolele," "Fott," | "CtU," "IxtBlner" and "COLD HILL DAILY NKWt."| Tor VUftnla City, OoWlHlJI and •UrwOtty. HBCILLUIOCB. HOUDiT GOODS -it No. 14 Boatk 0 Street, Ylrjtnli. TXT I ABC OPENING AN 1MHIHU 8TO0K w of , TOYS, DOLLS, BOOKS, MOVELTIEt OF EVEIY OEtCRIPTIOH Soluble for Holiday PmuU. Thaaa Good* vm arpaclally aelacUd for u from Um Trad* Ontin of tba Onltrd BtttM and Europe, tod will bi told it MARVELOUS LOW PRIORS I tr Too ar* laTtud to call and aaa tbam. IS OUNDOBFP 4c ADKI80N, I No. 14 Booth 0 Btraet, Virginia. HA8BROUCK A HALL, (Sncceaaora to A. B. ttawart d Oo.) Druggists & Apothecaries, tot III! timt, GOLD U1LL, . NEVADA -N1UH a rUKK DKUGH* CHKJllCALfl, MEDICINE*, TOILET Aid FANCY ARTICLES. BMbrooek A Hall daaira to eall aapaolal at tention to the f*ot that th«y hata'aatabllahed oonnaotlon with tbo telephone era tern of Sto rey county. and an thereby enabled to reoelre and All with dlapatch order* from any portion of tbo country* Preacrlptlooa filled at all bona, day or nifht, by a thoroughly oompeUnt peraon. 11 JOHN JONES, JR., DRUGGIST, Main St, Gold HilL gold Imll foundry AND OACHINB WORKS, lau Hmt, Uw«r «*M nil, Itn IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS Of trary variety made to ord«. Lhavi jdbt added to mt old sstsblubsd Bach las Works tbs UROB8T ED LATHI, PLABBH sad BTRAM BAM KIR. >11 of the latest >od most Uaptovsd construction, sad sat now prepared to Xsfes sad Rspslr sll kinds tad all slass of MILL * MINING MACHINERY Al tbs shortsst aotlossad on tbs most rsssoa. ib!b t«nas. RENO FOUNDRY, BBNOt NEVADA. T OR PROPRIETOR OF THE VIRGINIA __ foundry, hsTloir parchassd tbs R»no Foundry, and consolldstsd It wltfe tbs (ormsr, will bsrssftsr stjls tbs works tbs Reno foundry and Machine Worka. This aetabllihment is now prepsrsd to do • (sasrsl Fonndry baslasss, Including sysry do scrtptlon of Csstlsffs la Iraa aad Brssst ftrdifi aad Maehlaa Work, At low* prloss than caa bs obtslosd slsswbsrs. Drawing* and sstlnutss rnrnlsbsd when *s qalrsd. By strict sttsntloa to baslasss, sad wtth s thorough knowledxeof tbs work requlrsd, tbs proprietor hopes to merit the confidence of the trade, and respectfully sollclutbs patronage of mill uid mlnlM meo. * dsn AWDEBW FRAHKIU Prspr. .FASHION SALOON. S. B. TURKEY, PROP'R. Mali Street! .... Gold Hill, Oppoelte Um Im offloe. rpnil OLO-UTABUBHID AND POPULAR J- reeott t( *011 the favorite. Comfort end •port combined. The petrona of lb* bona* vtt alwayi Bad the beet brende of BRANDY, WHISKY* . ALB, NKTBK, UOBt, WINKS OV ALL. KINDS, tobaooo, cioaks, am. TWO FINE BILLIARD TABLES. 19 REMOVAL. THOMAS E. FINCH TTAS KZMOTBD BIS SALOON TO N0.1T NORTH 0 BTRBBT, ▼IROIMIA CITY RBVADA Where can be found the beet of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOARS. TWO BINB BILLIARD TABLBS Am READING ROOM Connected'with the honee. Pleeee cell tad 1—peet Mm T. BL riBCH. A|Ni WANTED, rpKNDKRl rOB TWBBTT (10) OB MORI A tone of SCRAP IRON, t. 0. B. the YlrglnlA end Truckee Railroad. Annl# to LI WIS 0BALVBB8, nolltf Hirer Mountain. California. DR. A. CHAPMAN, SURGEON ' DENTIST, r«a W»wm4m cujr, i i C«llftoral*» PtnnuMDtlr locatad «t TlrjrtnU Otlj. OFFICE —180 Bodti 0 Stiut. Sit Ufaotlon rnnint—d. 30_ J. U. HALL M. 0.. PHYSICIAN AND •UNOIOB I® wWW BvHn raNn * VIGORIT POWDER. EIPEIIEIOE AID USE IAVE PROVED FOR TIE MOItlT POWDER I Firit—Tb»» It la eafer (or tranaporting and handling thui any other Nltro-glyoerina Powder made. Beoond—That with an equal eiploelve power it te very free from hurtful fame*. Third—That it la maoh leea affected by being fro ten. Ponrth—That it can be tightly tamped without rlak of exploalon. THE RISKS OF ACCIDENT WILL BE VERY BREATLY LESSENEO, If not altogether overcome, by a general dm of thia Powder in the Xlnea. 07' THB VIGORIT POWDEB OOMPANT mannfaetnr* on the moat approved eolentlflo prlnelplee Tun Qaasie or Powsu, known aa Noa. 1, 9 and S respectively, deaigned for Uie different elaeaee of blaetinc, and warranted to be aaperior to any Powder in nee. The prioea for Vigorit will be the tame aa are uked for the oorra epondiog gradee of Giant and Heron lee. B7"" Beet qnality of Pnae, and Single. Double and Triple Poroe Cape told at low eat rate*. ZJ~ Send for Pamphlet abowlng metheda of taatlng the different qualltiee of all Powderi, their relative itrength, aafety, eto. No oompariaon baaed npon aclentlflo inquiry or actual uee U feared. CALIFORNIA VIGORIT POWDER COMPANY, ENGLISH & WRIGHT, Agents, JjMtf til Plie Street, Baa FraaeUeo, Cal. M1SGBLUIII0UB. 6&0CBRY STORE! RICHARD MERCER, MAIN 9TRKKT. COLD MILL. FAMUT & FANCY 6R0CBRIB8 NOW ON BAND AMD FOB ULI CHEAP FOB OASH. A Urn kmonmati ot OBOCnUBS AND PBOVU1UNS direct ton U» OtlUoruUMar keti, compgaiat Id put TEAS, BCOAH8, COFFEE. BPI0E8 CAM FBDIT, DELED FBUIT, BYBUP8. 0Y8TEB8, BICE FLO OB. CANDLES, BCTTEB. Provisions of All Kind*. THE BEST OF wiNES ANP LIOUORS AT WHOLBSALI AMD KIT AIL. VgQITAytM AND FRUIT*. EVOoods D*ilTtr«d Trm of Cbatf*. Hi EIOHABD MMCKB. F. W. F0L80M, ■Ha lima MM BIU, (BaccniOf to Boblaaon A roltoa,) WbolMAl* tad B«U1I DMUr In FAMILY CROC1BRIIS, PB0YISI0I8, ue. soli aooit in gold hill fob kru MILLS' CHAMPIONS BAKING POWDER, rjlHK BXST IN TBI MABKKT — ONLT raqalrM half tbo quality of taj dhtt kind. £LL riHTOa WOKBTZD TO TBI L4TI I arm of BO BIMftONAroLBO II mraqoMM to CALL AND SETTLE •JTHX1B AOOOOHT8 WITHOUT DELAY nx3 rtr« 4_ V. N. HALL & CO., 1M Mala Street, Sold HIU, Y^HOLXULI AND HIT JUL DULXBI H A RDWARE I • or KVXKT DUCKimO*. Sheet Iron, Copper and Tin Work Of. til kind* don* to ordtr tl iliortnotlM. W TOOLS A ^SPECIALTY* THE cm BAKERY, RESTAURANT, Ooifoetloaeir Cm4j Depot, Na. SIT Ntrtk O SIMM* Vlratal*, nnrm an kjboamt amobtxibt oi v HOUOAY OOOO*. Tort. OtndU., Oiaa. menu tor Tab)*, Orntmcatal, Fraud tod "UlB OdMof til kladt, dMcrlpUont tad da - —<«•■ M (alt erwybedy. —ditto! from tbt - -at, M Frtiw ■■ y Orntmtau trie* Orttm tod IklfMim. _ Alto StrtwbtrrUt by tht bos, tt wboltttlt or . rtUlL I BT Oar etndltt trt mtonftctartd bjr oar MlfM ftttb mrj day, tad trt far rtytrlor to Aapovtod oftodln. WTIMKIIH k ABMBBDST, Proprltton Cttj Btktry, lo, IT lort> 0 atntt, TlrfUUt. Ntrtdt. Mia GOLD HILL BAKUf —a*& "**N UUlilr R * 8 T A*U RANT BlAINnKIBT COLD HILL, OpptWhtlcUpttUttryeubltt, j J. r. «!■».» fr»»rletn. PS!, ^"WSVE »I tem ad www. ■IIBAD AT RKDUOKD PRION. tJT FttttadOttattt rtdnotdpriott. rwer or tttantd Otktt mtda to witr « ■kart Bodfift. f Tto BaUDMt Ptpai^Ml la thaftatatla I Ot «ut;. All Mad* riOtM, Pool tn tad FrttfcFUh tad alto Ojrtton rtotirtd tad MWd to dtlly. —* PIANO LE88ON8 1 BUM BBSBIB MiCRMIMM rv vihoiwa CRT Dnntn to nrvoBx w ikanaidwttorooMBUliktltlMvaaM bt plttttd to ft»t bubo Ittttat tl Utmt dwanof pwaoaalaOtidBillwbo aardtttrt bw ttnlttt. For taraa, tu., laatlr* tl btr rwldww^Ba. 1» F*eH» a §tn*U VWala, IN IIBC1LL1HK0UB. € N-W RAIL W AY TBI ] jhA Chicago & North-Western RAILWAY II iho OLDEST I REST CON8TBUOTEDI BIST KQ01FPEDI Mid bene* lb* LEADING RAILWAY -or THE— WIST 1HD NORTH WIST t It to tba 8HOET. ACRE ud BAKE BO DTI bat wan COUNCIL BLUFFS, — AND — CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE And *11 point# JCAttT, inch u Niagara Valla. Naw York. fklMalikli, tfaalaa. Waablagtaa, Balttaara, Flltabarak, Maairaal, Taraaia, IMrtllt Clavalaad. At OonneU Blnffli tba Train* of tba Chloago A Nonb-WatUrn and tba U. P. K'y* depart from, antra at aad oaa tba tam« Joint Unioo Dapot. At Chicago, eloaa connection* ara mada with tba Laka ah on, Michigan Oaotral. Baltimore A Ohio, Ft. Wayaa and Paonaylfanto, aad Chi cago k Orand Trunk K'jr*. and tba Iinhtw and Pan Baodla Koalaa. Pilku Palao* Dnvla|R«wC*ia Ara ma on all throtrgb train* ot tbl* road. It la tba OILY ROAD baiwaea COUNCIL ILUFFt AND CHICAQO Upon wblsh to ran tba celebrated Pullman Hotel Dining Oars Initot a poo Tloket Agent* veiling yoa Ticket* Ttotbtoroad. IiamlneyoorTlckat*,aadr*fn*e to buy if they do not raad orar tba Calcago k North Weauro Hallway. If you wtoh tba Meet Trarellag Aceomiaoda. tlon* yoa will bar your Tlekru by tbl* Koala IVAND WILL TAKK NUNB OTHEH. All ilckat Agent* Mil Ticket* by tbta Una. MAKVIN HUGUITT. mbW 3d V. P. A Oaa'l Uang*r, Chicago. ROLLER 8KATINC EVERY DAY AT PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE, VIRGINIA —row— U t'llMk. NKW SKATI1I NIW FLOOR! Admioaloa Tweuty.flYe 0«ut» Ledlee Free BUM Tw«nt»flr» OnU WMkiy Ticket Two Dolltn IM~ Net Trmn«f»r*bl« Seaaon Ticket food for Day or Irtslnf. do<8 1m JOB* I'IPXR, Proprietor. TOOD AND COIL DEPOT I • WUT rms. WABHOI UMB. SPLIT PIN I A" and other rarletlee of Wood, and t full ■apply of ROCKY MOUNTAIN COAL On band and for tale at the LOWEST OASB PBicn. niLL WUflHT AND HUIDU UUIUNTUD. Woed eaved at abort notice aad at lowjraiee OPPIOK—Hear Ballroed Depot, Gold Bill. Ua THOMAS OALLAOIIKB. C, V. CRANBe PURCHASING ACKNT, KtUblltked la 18T9* PKR80HB BKBtDINQ AWAT FROM BAB Praneleco, la want of ear article of MBROMANDIIIt or tmall. can hare their order* tiled >tly. and at the wrr loweet eaab price*, Imtfaf the oadenined. Great promptly. by addneelng t 0. W. CRAM, III Plae etrret. Boon I*, aad 10 Utdwdoif M et, •aofraocieeo. Oal. JyH U QTARTLING ©DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RMTORKD. > A tIcllm of yoaibfol tapradenoe camlD< Framaton Dee«y> Karroo* Debility, Loet M*a> hood,eta, heTtuf Med la rain erery known ra0l7.hu diKortred a elm pi* nUcun.vhieh be will eend FREE to hi* fe[iow-«ufT«*n. ed> draee t. B. BKKYS8, U Chatham bu, M. X. HARMONY LODOE, NO. 13. K. OF P. fflBB BIQCLAB OOBVBNTIOK OF BAB A nosy Lodae, Mo It. X. of P., wUl be beld at Chatto Ball, doid BUI, oa Moadty Bveilif of lack Week, X. of B. aad B. pro tea. Gold Bill. Bortmber 4.1MI. eo* LOST, \MJXDBB8DAT BVEWIBO. QOIBO FBOK UJ$22SftSS2S$> *• A LADY'S BBACXHT.