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THE EVENING NEWS
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THUBSUAY.
FEBBUABY S. 1883
f ii M IriUMlM Muard.
LAST ETBSUa.
133 Belmont. 70e. 79«
30 Northern Delia, #*».
30 Qrand Prist. So
40 Navajo, tiic
360 Day. 7Sc
400 Albioa. J 20. 2\
73 Ml. Diablo. 7*
300 Eaat Ml. Diablo. «3a
200 Pay-Day. 1
2CO Bodie, 3 60. 3 33
100 Eureka Tunoal. 1 60
40 Eureka Con., 121*
400 Tioga. lie
130 Bulwer. 2<t
300 Gaodsbaw. 60c
300 CoucorUia, Wo
130 Mono. 1 13. 1 10
73 Blackhawk. 3o
400 Syndicate, lie
200 Noonday, 30a
200 North Noonday. 23o
23 Bodie Tunnel. l«t
230 Head Center, ?3ti. HOo
TUla MOMMMO.
Ophir. 5H bid. 3H asked
233 Mexicau. 9H. 9'»
200 Meat A Belcher, 7S. 71%
93 California. 23c
12j0 Savage, 1 60. 1 63
SKI Con. Virginia. 80c
VOCbollar, 1%
410 Bale A Norcroaa, 2\, 2 33
30 Crown Point. 75c
70 Yellow Jacket, 2 63
70 Alpha, 1 Si. 1 »J
10O Belcher. 1 13
233 Confidence, 2%. 2 10
83 Sierra Nevada. 9%, 9 \%
100 Exchequer. 70o
200 Oreroian, 9Jo
423 Justice. 1, 93c
410 Union Con., 11, 11 ^
373 Alta, 5H
230 Andes. 7Jo
100 Qolden (lata. 2
100 Capitol. 73c
200 Scorpion, 93c
Aflereeea leleraaal Ummfm.
Sax Fbaxciico. February 2—2 r. v.—
California. 23c; Alt*. i \; Mt. Diablo. 7 H;
Balding. 23c; Goodshaw, 30c; Union Con.,
11Albion. 2>%, 2 20; Sierra Nevada. 9H
Day, 80c; Northern Delia, 10H. 10S. 10%;
Belcher. 1 10, 1 13; Opbir. 3«|; Potoei, 1 33
Yellow Jacket. 2 60; Beat A Belcber, 7H;
Hale A Norcroaa. :lt*. 2 43; Bodie, 3 33;
Chollar, 1 *%; Mexican. 9%; Savage, 1 60;
Cod. Virginia, 73c, 80c; Martin White. 3;
Beaton. 90a; Wales, 80o; Exchequer, 63c;
Silver Hill. 10c; Yellow Jacket. % 00; Oro,
10c. 13c; Albion, 2 20; Northern Belle,
10**; Opbir, 6; Gould A Cnrry. 3*; Alta,
3V; Exchequer. 63c.
Arrival) Thit leralag,
■ B Moore, Mr* J Magec, L Baviar, C
M Brown, Miaa A Dealy, Miaa F Hanaon.
Mrs Krooaa, Mrs A C Bauni. Judge F II
Will*, W llaakius. E Murpby, J Eudey, K
W Mackey. P M Rallied, W U Elliott and
family. F II Carroll, J Crooks and wife, C
Kalleher.
Arrivals TetUnlsj Meralag.
J.Hcarinc, M M Frederick. C R Petri*.
J W lloward. Mrs E Nya.Matt C ana van. O
W Bobbins. Whelan Nye. Mis* Derby. M
E Carney, W J llarkins. E Baxter, H M
White, T Arnold. J O'Neal. D M Brnle. W
W Dnnlap. J J Johnson, W Qeorge, O
Mebling. D U Birdsall.
Bspartawa Thle Meralai.
W O'Brien. W N Staley, A Hebbarling.
A A West. W B ilutchineou.
Deysrlnrvi Uat gvealef.
D E McCarthy. Wn Kinsman. William
BMnetl, R W Grant, Miss J Lauiott, Mr*
Laaett and son. Laura Willmoll, R Farlin,
A Uowland, J S Minor and wife.
DfM'IsrM Teniaj gvsalag.
E It Taylor, C C Sblrley, Wm Manning,
Mr* C Ortlway. Mr* Treasure.
Another on* of tb* Indian* hart by
the accidtut to tba Virginia and Truck»a
paaa«nti«r train TuraJar. diad in Virginia
iaat night. Captain Bob waa aronnd
thia morning trying to gat a "Uoak" to
pat bim in.
A Chinaman laat e?aniog attamptad
to ataal a $50 rob* off of Dr. Harria'
bora*, on C atr#*t, Virginia. 11a waa
paranad by au officar, but aacapad, drop
ping tha rob* in bit dighl.
Jobs W»*taofaldt, • miliar in tha am
ploy of 0. C. Stavanaon, (all tbroagb
two aata of tiasbora today. He waa
jarrad cocaiderable. bnt (urtanataly aa
capad any aarioaa injary.
Tba militia on tb* Comatock will not
b« ordartd to p«rada on Waabington'a
birthday if tb* atraata ara not in good
condition.
An aaaaaament of flft**n cant* par
akara baa b*«n la»iad upon tb* capital
atock of tha Silrar Hill Miniag Com
pany.
D. E. McCarthy of tha Virginia Chroni
eU laft last sight for San Fraaeiaco,
wh*ra ha go«a in qaaal of haaltb.
H. M. La*y, Praaidaot of tha Bataga
Mining Company, la again oa tha Com
atock.
Tha Board of County Coaaaiaaloaara
will ba la aaaaion tomarrow at 11 o'elock
A. M.
P. A. Trill* and family laara Saa
Franciaoo today for Arizona.
Thar* ara 133 mi man amployad at tha
Jallov Jackal.
THE QOLO HILL SCHOOLS.
BOW Tllll IXCKUUCK II
uimiiu.
Hbat m " TtapMl la • Te«p*»"
Brtaikl oai-CWaantMl* !•
dMlrjr.
At the meeting of the Oold Hill Board
of Sohool Troateea Tneaday evening
Trait** Mere*r eteted thai the janitor
bad eomplaintd to him that aereral of
tba teacher* remained after achool, and
one v*at to the building on Saturday,
oonanming an aztra amount of wood,
thereby cauaing additional expense to
tba achool (and. Ha deairad tba matter
look*d into.
Clerk Williams aaid ba tbongbt it
apoke well for tba entboalaam tba teaeh
era had in tbair calling to remain after
ecbool boura.
Truatee M*ro*r aaid ba bad under
atood that Miaa Armatrong came on Sat
urday to taka muaio ieaaona.
Mr. Booth, the janitor, aaid ba bed
apoken to Miaa Armatrong about making
a Are in tba aohool-room Saturday; bad
told her ba did not think tba TraaUea
would like it. Ha (tba janitor) bad
be*n tak*n to taak about it by Prineipal
Young. Ha thought, parbapa, he bad
apoken too baatily to Miaa Armatrong;
if ha bad ba vaa aorry. Ha andtraiood
from Mr. Yonng that a number ol teach
era vera complaining of him, and he re
gretted baying given oanee. He bad
epoktn to Miaa Armatrong beoauae ahe
had a muaio teacher oome and inatruct
her on Saturday.
williama—ww iiaa 01 music u
that Miss Armstrong was practicing 7
Was it of the kind to assist her in school?
Booth—Don't know, air; don't know
what kind itwu. Hers he went on to
My who he thought tho teachers were
that complained of him, and wherefore,
and waa defending himself, whan Clerk
William* interrupted bim, saying there
war* no ehargaa againit him before the
Board. Mr. Booth aaid Mrs. Mygstt
usually left the bnildiog about 5 o'clock,
two hoar* after school waa oat, and b*
thought ahe remained in tb* building for
bar own conveniens*; waa waiting for a
train that went to Virginia at that boor.
DKrKNKK Or TBI TEAC&EBH.
Prinoipal Young thought that Mia*
Armatrong bad not bean treated respect
fully by the janitor. He atated that Miss
Armstrong had repeated tbe conversa
tion ahe had with Mr. Booth, regarding
tbe fir* on Satnrdaye, and tb* janitor
bad virtually tald bar not to make a fire.
He bad told th* janitor ha bad over
stepped tbe bounde and it waa not bis
Itb* janitor'a) place to order the teach
er*. If ther* wer* complainta to make,
be should make tham to the Board.
Farther, he laid. Misa Armstrong waa
in the schoolroom doing school work
and with bis knowledge and consent.
He thought it highly complimentary to
Miss Armstrong that ahe gave extra
tints to school mstters. He bad fre
quently aasisted her by illustrating his
method of teaching. She had asked for
tbe privilegs of lighting a firs on Satur
day to enabls her to prsctics a marching
soog for her papils snd mnslo for calis
thenics. She has been paying Miss
Morgan for instructions for that pur
pose. Otbsr teachers bad Men spoken
to and none bad dons personal wark in
the building. He thought it tbe highest
compliment that could be paid to tbe
Gold Hili teacbera to ssy tbst tbey de
voted sn hour or two after school each
dsy and tint* on Saturday to school
work. Ho Isid out tho work for them
and knew it took a long tims to prepare
" Clerk Williams—Then, are Mra. Arm
strong and Mrs. Mygatt th* only ones
who remain?
Principal Young—No, sir. A number
of them stay. Miss Wright frequently
remains, wbil* Mra. Swilt staya longer
than any of them. It frequently hap
pens in tb* high school that tbs pupils
stsy alUr school to hava aomsthing ex
plained to them. I seldom leave before
u o'clock myaelf.
Mr. Young then went on to aay that
tbe primary teaobers bad spoksn to him
about forming a class on Saturday to be
instructed by him in hia method of
teaching; and ho thought if tbey did not
learn anything from him they would
from each other. Ho wanted to know if
the Board propoaed to object to that.
Trustee Mercer aaid h* had under
Btood trom th* janitor the wood had
b*en nsed unneoeaaarily; if it were nsed
for tb* benefit of tb* schools, the mor*
wood burned tb* b*tt*r.
Clerk Williama naked if the teschera
nsed discretion in putting in wood late
in tbe day, justbafor* sobool adjourned,
and in ventilating tbelr rooms. He was
promptly snswsrsd "Yea, air," by tbe
Prinoipal. „ , , t ,
Mr. Booth diasgteed with tb* Prin
cipal and apoko of teachers opening
their windowa and tranaoma too much
and thereby burning an nnnecessay
amount at wood. He waa nnfortunste
enough, tor his side, to cite for example
a teacher, whom Clerk Williama aaid he.
from peraonal observation, did not think
ventilated her room enongh.
Clerk Williams again aaid tb* teschers
were to b* commanded for their indus
try. if tbey did not meet on Saturday
for personal convenience.
Mr. Young gave hia word of honor
that tbey did not.
Clerk Williama inqnirsd of the janitor
bow much wood had been burned by tbe
tescbers who bsd spent overtime at tbe
aehooi. Tho janitor did not know, and
after qaeetiontng be admitted be did not
think it amonnted to a cord.
Tbe relatione of the Principal and
janitor were explained to tbs latter, and
tbe little diepote wea considjred harmo
niously nettled. In fact, the Trnsteea
appeared pleased, to n certain extent,
that k occurred, a* tb*y th*r*by learned
considerable about their teaoher*.
It la bnt proper to atats that ther* is
sn organ in Mi** Armstrong'* room, sod
*b« deeiree to make naa of it tor the
benefit of her pupils, and tor that pur
pose procured the assiatano* of Misa
Morgan, aa aba bad abont forgotten bar
early musical education.
Mail* Kaajr.
T. A. Ljla, an upert acooqntant, is
the author of on* of tbs moat Nisiiki
bis works s*sr published, entitled
"The Book-ke#per'a Companion." It
is a ckart or nap, which simplifies and
abowa at a glance tba whola priocipta of
book keeping and tella io an lastant
wbara each acoonnt belongs. It prevenla
tba experienced book kaeper from mak
ing mieUkea and tba undent from mak
ing blunders. It ia atao a safa and net
ful gaid* to msrcbants aid storekeepers
in keeping their accounts correct. Prica
only seventy-five centa. Address, J. O.
BriJleman, 2028 Fairmoont Annas,
Philadelphia, Ps.
A Sarkee flaS.
Ths OrantaTilla ikma/ua reports a
atriks la tbs Centennial mlns at that
plaos on tbs 27tb ultimo. It sajs a mi
ner waa clearing ground for an ors dump
on tha north aide •( Us abaft and ax*
poMd tan fast sf fins or*.
giptrli •fOBaUla.
The following reporta of offloera hart
bean filed villi the County Clerk:
The Dletriet Attorney collected f 16 M
feee for tbe put mooth. The report ol
that offlofr of the bueineee in bia office
covera eleven pi|H of legal oip. In ad
dition thereto be qnotaa tbe law relating
to official dutiea, pointing ont tbat ba ia
not required to_jnaka a detailed atate
ment, and auggeata to tba Board tba jia
tiee of not aaking bin to make ont anob
• atatement in tba fntnre.
Justice Hirea ot Township No. 2, Vir
ginia, reporta baring collected $43 75 aa
faaa in civil eaaaa daring tba month of
January and performed work tor tbe
eoanty amounting to $83; total amount
of work in offloe, $126 75.
Coaetabla Frrgueon of Townabip Mo.
2, Virginia, ooiieoted $21 60 aa feaa in
oivll caeca daring January and performed
work tor tba oonnty to $68; total la
offloe $89 50.
Parrelle aad Pajreaji.
Tba following mining companiea paid
off today for January work.
Yellow Jaoket <14.570 00
Cbullar-N'orcroee-Sarage Shaft. 7,231 87
Hale & Norcroaa... *6,806 50
Oould A Curry and Beat A Bel
cher Shaft 10.002 00
Tba Savage, with a payroll of $1416,
paya off tomorrow, aa do tba Alta, Con
aolidated Imperial, Alpha, Ooneolideted
Virginia. Utab minea and tba O. k C.
abaft. The Union abaft, with a payroll
of $12,412 60. paya on Saturday aa will
the Crown Point, Beloher, Mexioan,
Union Conaolidated, Ophir and Sierra
Nevada. The payroll at tba Forman
abaft, for January,amouota to $9,128 82,
and for tba Overman, $7,646 25. ■
Tbi Mllpperjr Witlbe.
Arcby Campbell, a lad about ten jian
of age, living on South C etreet, Vir
ginia, yenterday afternoon alipped and
fall wbila returning from acbool, break
ing bia right arm n«ar tba wriat.
•V Swiaa fall on North C atraat, Vir
ginia, laat arming and etruok hia haad
on a hydrant. He received an ugly gaah
on the temple, and, rolling off the hy
drant, fell backward off the aidewalk
head Aral into the gutter. In tbia laat
fall ha received a cut in tba back of the
head. The man waa nnconacioua when
pick»d up, and remained ao for aome
.minutee.
A Cbulce Lei,
Tba flneat valentinea on the Oomatock
are to be bad at Cbubbuek Sc. Tborburn'a
Poatoffloe atore, Gold Hill. They have
all kiud*, the comical grotesque, the
pretty meaaage telling of Iriendehip, and
tboae preltirr atill of tba aentimenlal
order. Wbila parchaalng valentinea,
look around and notice their floe etock
of atationery and choice reading matter.
In caae anything ia needed in tbeir line,
pnrcbaae end the rale will be found aa
reaaonabla aa anywhere, 8ea advance
ment nnder "New Today."
Died lu rraaelMo.
John S. Orant, a former reaidant of
Gold Hill, died in San Fraaolaoo yeater
day morning. He oontraoted a aevere
oold in Trnckea, which reaulttd in pneu
monia, and he died after a wtek'a ill
neee. He had joet alerted in the fur
niture bnainraa at tbe "Bay" with C. W.
Likena, alao of tbia place. Deoeaard
waa a native of Nova Scotia, aged 64,
aod leavea a wife and four children in
tbe Eaat, beeidea a daughter teaching
acbool in Sacramento Valley, California.
Crioelaal Careleaaneaa.
The N«we a few deye aince called at
tention to tba dangerona condition of
the aidawalka in Virginia. Had the bint
barn acted upon, tbe brokeu limba and
bruiaed beada reported yeeterday and
today would not have been recorded.
Where a alorekeeper ia not enterpriaing
enoagh to keep the aidewalk in proper
cenditioo, tbe Street Inapector abould
atir him up with a abarp atick.
' Qeetf llae laaeimeat.
By running their portion of tba branch
of tba Sutro tunnel, tba Overman peo
ple made a aavlng to tba aompany of at
leaet $20,000, for tba obargea of tba
Tunnel Company are 970 per linear foot,
which lain ezoeaa of tba onat where tba
minea run tbe drift tbrmielvea. It waa
good management on tba part of tbe
Overman Superintendent, and it facili
tated the connection braidea.
Like I Hull.
A. A. Haatinga, a former conductor on
tba Nevada Central Railway at Battle
Mountain, waa recently diacbarged for
appropriating to bia own naa a railroad
fare. Haatinga deniea having alolen a
"dime" cent and, according to the Cur
eon Tribune, baa entered anit in tba Lan
dor County Dietiot Court againat J. W.
Dunn, tbe Superintendent, for defama
tion of character.
Tf«|ereri Buepeuelou ml Werk.
The Crown Point minera were all
"knocked off" tbia morning pending re
paira to tbe machinery of tba mlna. The
force employed in tbe Belcher extracting
low-grade ore waa alao diacbarged. The
mrn in the croeaonta ou the 500 and
2600 levele remain at work. Tba eua
peneifn, it ia aaid, will ba but tem
porary, and that the old foroa will go to
work again in Ave deya.
Una lat* (lit Ibura.
There la * uew engineer at tb« Alta.
Tha on# on ebift yeeterday afternoon
ran the cage into tha aheavea. Dmia
Callahan, tha pumpman, waa on tha
cage, bat ha jumped off, oatehing on the
croaa bare of tba gallowe (rama. Ha
eeved hia life by bia praaanoe ol mind.
Ia««l m AfflleUaa.
Tha (ool-kllUr moat bara paid a re
cant vieit to thla community. Mot a
eingle poam on tba "baaalilnl mow"
baa ba«u aant in (or publication thia
yeer, . _
Thralrleeb.
Tha next tronpa billed (or per form enoa
at Pi par'a Opara Honaa, Virginia, ia tha
Emeraon Mlnatrele, oonaiating o( thirty
par(ormora.
Tba (oil moon Uat nlgbt and tha flna
oondition of the anow tamptad many
yonng peraona to take • aleigh ride.
Better eletgbiag waa never had on tba
Cometoek tbau during tha preeant ate
aon—that ia in Vlrgina. It ie eo much
warmer in Gold Hill that the enow die
appeara from Main atreet rapidly.
Matt. Genevan, Chairman o( the
Board of Oonnty Oommiaaionere,. re*
turned (rem Saa Frandaco yeeterdey.
WESTEBH DISPATCHES,
MUeellaieou.
San Fmmcuoo, Ftbrusry 1.—This
morning Mra. William B. Htone, of (bla
olty, while riding horseback in Oakland,
waa thrown and killed.
Tba aoit of lira. Jaoa R. Forbea tb.
William F. Bidgway for lha recovery of
$10,000 for braaoh of promiaa, waa
oalled for trial today in Department No.
1, Superior Gonrt. Defendant aaked
for two weeks' oontinnanoe of the eaae,
bat the motion waa denied. The de<
fenao la mainly baaed on a olalm that
the plaintiff was not legally dlvorod,
and therefore ia • married woman. The
trial will probably laat several daya.
Last evening Denla Kearney, at Piz
lay'a Hall, organized tba flrat branoh of
the Workiogmen'a Clnb of the Twelfth
Ward. Sizty membera aigned tba roll,
and the following were elected offloers:
William Wright, Preaidant; Iaaao Fish,
Seoretsry, and P. Byder, Treasurer.
Kearney addreaaed tba masting at length
and urged those preesnt to organizs and
agiute tba Ohineaa queetlon, ao that
Oongreaa may ba forced into paealng a
bill to give tba people of tba Paolflo
ooaat aoma relief and obeek the tide of
Ohineaa immigration. He announced
that ha wonld hold a meeting tonight at
Corry'a Hall.
FQM DISPATCHES,
mscellaneons.
London, February 1.—Th* Timet, in
ill leading article, m;i : The mediation
in tbe Booth Ameriean war, eaoh ae
Frelinghojrien baa oommiuioned Tret
oott to tndertake, ia tainted with no de
tign of private profit for tbe arbitrator*,
exoept that which peaoa moat bring to
all. Eogliebmen moat be permitted to
regard tbe attempt with aa aincere good
will aa if devieed in their special bebalf.
Iroqnoia waa not aooeptedfor tbe Lin
coln handicap, and Fozhall and Sachem
were not accepted for tbe city and aa
burban handicap.
Tbe £209,000 of bullion withdrawn
from tbe Dank of England on balanoe
today waa for ehlpment to Pari*.
No Lxod League money wu invented
in tbe Union General*.
St. PrrriunuBO, Febrnary 1.—The
government ef Rueaia U contemplating
tbe annexation of Corea on the ground
of tbe ineeourily of Rueeian poaaeaalona
on tbe Paoiflo and tbe warlike disposi
tion of China. Japan favora tbe plan,
and it ia concluded that tbe United Sta'.ee
will not interfere in favor of China in
coniequenoe of tbe bad feeling ageimt
the Chinese prevalent in California.
Bcblin, February 1.—A leading bank
er of Hanover baa oomaitted luicld*.
owing to th* floaneial eriaia.
Ayer'a Pill* are tbe but of all purga
llvee for family uh, Tbey are pleas
ant, aafe and enre, and exoel all olbai
Pilla Id beeliog and curative quslitl**,
A beautiful bead of balr ia appreciated
by everybody, and bow to aecora it, io>
Ureata everybody. Tbe balr and aealp
mupt be k»pt free from aenrf and dan
druff, and not be allowed to get dry,and
barab. Tbe root* must be atlmulated to
bealtby aetlon. Flexibility and a band
lorn* sloes are eaa»otiaI. All tbeae
requisites are easily aecured by the uae
of Ayer'a Hair Vigor.
A CARD
To all wbo are *offeilD| from tbe error* and
lodlacratlon* of youth, nervous weakneee, early
lecay, to** of aanbnod, Ac., I will Mril a recipe
Ibat will enre yon, FRKB OF OilARQB. Tble
;re»t rvmodr *u dUcovrrvd by a roiMlonarr
In Boatb America. Head a MlfaddrmMiid en.
r»lop» to ttio Kit. Joasrs Inmam, Station D,
Yne York City. nuJ (m
TrlakllM* pnat the dellsbletl pal*
it*. Hub Pchcm with bot or cold water or
milk ts very agreeable, and dUTU*ee an ec
itatle riow through tbe etetem. Pancbt*
t>r«w«1 st requent are far brblnd It In flavur.
ioM by a<l Urocwa, Win* Merchant* and
DraggUM. Tr*d**nppll*d by BlcbarJe A Bar
rlion, Agrat* f«-r lb* l'aclflo eoaat. Han Fran
:l»ro.
MISCELLANEOUS.
me
POWDER
Absolutely Pure*
Thin powder Dew Tirtt*. A marvel of par
II}, itr*Oftb and wbolMomtoera. More ko.
Domical than (be ordinary klnda. and cannot be
raid ineompolltlon wltb tba mull Hade of low
iMt. thnrt welihl, alam or pbo»phat« powdtri.
Sold only in cam
Kotix. Powtw* Co.,
ooll New York.
JMMVlfMtaMr Cabbage; » of Corn: a of
Tucunibor, 41 o/ M«k)n; SJof IW n of B#an»: 17
>f Squuh; 3 of llrrt and M of Tunwta, with otLar
ratlctka In proportion, 1 lan» portion of which
»«r»Jwwn on uijr dri1 wj.1 tarmi, will bo round In
■7 Klawvr M«a4 Cam.
tar INN*. aont r»t to ill whoappfr.
.Women of Uat teuton need not wrtU fbr It. All
Im4 «oM from mr ntabllabmrnt warranted to bo
wth frrth ami true to name, $0 far, that •houM It
WorootbtrwlM. 1 wtU refill th. orderaratl. Tha
•r lata. I latraHaeer «r Katlr »bu» and
jUrfcaaa PatMiaci. *>arbM,ead xarlr
lh* H-I»k«r,» 8aaa.li, Itlarfcl.haaJ
■kba«a. ffclaae*'. Malaa. and a aeon of
J H.«.r>«»rt.Marbl*h>art M.m
_ >*
lni«Mill>fflhMt>,ia4l>a«anMM
&g£M£Be&
MLJHSriOO.Dftwtt.WA
NEW POSTAL REBUUTIONS.
The Poatmaater* In tbla 8Uto har* joat
raoelred an order making material change*
In tba elaaalflcation of matter aent through
Ibe mails.
Mailable matter of the flrat elaaa aball
embraoo all matter wholly or partially in
writing, exoept a* herein provided—Aot
March 8, 1879, Section 8, 30 8tatute, p.
858.
Tho esoeptiona are aa followa :
1. Corrected proof-sbseta and maun
icript oopy accompanying th* same.—Beo
tion 17, p. 899.
2. Date and nam* of th* addre*a*d, and
of th* aender of circular*, and the correc
tion of mar* typographical error* therein.
Bectlon 27, p.SOO.
8. Billa, receipts and order* for inbtcrip
tiona inoloaed in secondclaas publlcatlona,
provided anoh bill*, reoelpta and order*
aball b* in auoh form aa to convey no other
information than th* nam*, location and
■nbacrlption prio* of th* publication or
£Dblioationa to which th*y refer. 8*ction
I. p. 881.
4. Th* nam* and addre** of the person
to whom aecond-elaaa matter may b* aent,
and Index flgnr* of a subscription book,
and worda or figure*, or both, indicating
tb* date on which th* subscription in iucti
matter will end. Seotlon 22, p. 880.
5. Upon matter of the third-claa*, or
upon the wrapper inclosing tb* cam*, th*
sender may writ* bla own name or addre**,
with the word "from" abov* and preced
ing the tame, and In either case may make
atmplo mark*, intended to designate a
word or pus site of th* text to whien it is
deaired to.call attention.
8. There may be placed npon the cover
or blank leaves of any book, or of any
printed matter of the thlrd-claa*, a aim
pie manuscript dedication or inscription
which I* confined to a simple addre** or
oomlgnment of *uch book or printed mat
ter, aa a mark of respeot, and must not
oontain anything that partakes of the na
ture of a personal correspondence.
7. Upon matter of th* fourth-data th*
sender may wrlto bl* own nam* and ad
dress preceded by tho word "from", and
also the number and namo of artlcl* In
oloaed. U* may alao write upon or attach
toanyauch artlcl**, by tag or label, a
mark or number, nam* or letter, for pur
pose of identification.
MISUILUXEOl'S.
Hub
Punch
Boctaai
0. H. GRAVES Jk UNI.
DRANXCLEAKASA CORDIAL,
MIXED WITH ICE WATER,
COLD TEA, LEMONADE, 0R80DA.
" IIUD PTTXCn " is cnmioniT
PRONOUNCED UNRIVALLED.
Sold by Leading Grocers, Druggists and Win*
Merchants Everywhere: Alto at Hotelt and
Dining-Csrs. Beware ol Counterfeits
and Worthiest Imitation*.
*»-Th« n»m. PUNCH"
Is sdoptsd •• a Trade Mark. All unautuorizsdnsa
of this Trad* Mark will bs promptly prostcuud.
C. H. QRAVE8 Sl 80NS,
Sals KuiTa «fc Prop's, Boston, Hu,
Trsde (applied sl Msnufsctnrars priess br
RICHARD8 A HARRISON,'
AfsnU for PeclHe Cosst, 8»n Frsseisco, CsL
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
.1
Town or Gold Hill,
Count; of Worry, hut* of Harada, (
January I), IhSJ. )
To Edward Ki-xii. axociate owner In tba
Bontb Jacket ulna. Oolil Utll Mining Die
trict, fctor-r county. Ht»te of Nevada:
Ton ere hereby notified th»t the underalimed
baa performed aud laid out tba annnal amount
of work for ISM on the above claim required by
Haetlon XUi Itevlaed Hlatulm of tba United
Btatca. and yonr pro rata thereof (aid work
emoun<» to Thlrty-ibrre Dollara and Thirty
tbroa Oente (133 31). Aud If wltblu nlnaiy
daya after till* notlca by publication you fall or
rafuae to contribute aald amount your interest
Id eald claim will b« forfaited ana become tba
property of tba aubecriber, under eald Haetlon
Notice of forfeiture for work done on tbla
claim for tba year 1VT9 waa publlr bed by John
Oeary.
(Binned): X. J. OILLKT.
Ja3 8m P. O. addreea. Gold Hill. Wer.
D1TCIITC oouinaa tor mecnanlctl da.
I A I Lll I O vlcee, medical or otbar com
pound*, ornamental deelfaa
trade m»rk» and labela. Caveate. AMlgtunaata,
Intarferencee, Appeala, Bulla for Infringements
and all eaac* arlalnn under tba PATENT LAWS
promptly atteudod to.
INTENTIONS THAT HATH BEEN
nP ICPTCn b* tba Patent Oflca may
nCJLll I til (till, lnmoet caaaa, be pat
anted by ua. Belt* oppo
(tu tba Patent Office, we can make eloeer
aaarcbee, and («cura Patauta more promptly
aad with broader elalma, than tboaa who an
remote from Waablngton.
IMUmTHDC eanduaamodaloreketeh
111 VCI1 I UnO ot your device; we make
esamlnatlena ran or
omami. and advtaa aa to patentability. Price*
low. and NO UHABUB uNLEHS PATENT 18
BEOUKED.
We refer to officiate In tba Patent Office, to
our cllenta In every Btato or the Union, and to
your Bcnatora and KepreMntatlve In OonffMa.
Hperlal refarencea given when dealrad.
Addrcaa
0. A. BNOW * 00.,
Oppoelta Patent Offlea Waablnirton D. 0
PRESENT BILLS
All pirsonb having claims aoaihst
'storey Connty »r» reqaeated to preaeat
them to the Ooanly Clerk, at hi* oOea, on or
before the
FIRST DAY OF THE MONTH,
Or they cannot Im presented to tbe County
Commltrlontr* (or their action nntll tbe fol
lowing month. J. A. M AUANNT,
County Clerk.
Virginia, November 10. INI. M
THE PIONEER
SHAVINQ k HAIRDRESSINQ SALOON
O. POHL. PROPBIITOR.
■WAIN HTRKRT, HOLD UILX,
Oppoelte Olbeoo'e Saloon.
flLIiN TOWXLI AND SHARP BAZOBO.
V Qnlck, Smooth, Neat, Vlratelaea Work,
Hair CattiBC and Dre*alnc dona trihamoat
artletle, anltable and aallffactory Myla.
The eld flooeer Saloon le the plaaa. aad dool
rwi trm*> II tit ■
PATENTS.
Wa oontlnne to act as Solicitor* fnr Patent*,
CareaU. Trade Mark*, Oopyrlgbta. ale., for the
United State*. Oanada, Cab*. KogUnd. Prance.
Oaroany, Me. We bar* had thirty-Ire
|nx rxperleeee.
Paten'* obtained through u* are noticed la
I be S<1 oniric Annate**. Thla large and
eplendld lllonrated weekly paper. N»a year,
efaowa the Projreee ot Pcirnce. I* v*ry Interact
ing. and baa an nnorantu rlirnlatlon. Addre*a
MUNN * 00.. Patest Holtcltora, Pnbllaher* of
Mnmno Altaic*. ri Park Bow, Maw lark.
Haod book about Patent* taut tree.
miscellaneous.
TUTT'S
PILLS
INDORSKD BY
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID LIVER.
ooattT*,
Pain in theHead,witfraduIT»enAat?onTn
the"back put, Pain under thaVhoulder
bT»3e, fullneea after eating. with a~dl»ln
clination to exertion of body or mlnJ".
Xrritabtlitrof temper. Low «pirTti, Lou
ormemory, wTtTTareelingqf having jieg
leoted aome~3uty, wearine**. PUiTneaa.
Fluttering ol the Heart/DoUVaforeThe
j»"r—. follow Bkln,H"eadache7~He«tIr»«
neiiot uight, highly coloroJUrlne.
IP THESE WAILirarOB ARE UXHZEDHD,
SERIOUS DISEASES WIU §00N BE DEVELOPED.
Til IT'S PUIS »" etpeclally adapted to
aurli cu»«»,on« dot* effect* auchachange
of frellog aa to aatonUh the »ufferer.
Thp>- liirmitr Ike aodcaoM the
body to Take — rink, tnita tbe lyitem U
■•mHUmnI. and by thelrTMatot)U«aon the
IHgeatlTeOijwa. ■iplarlHaakarapro
ducwl. I'rlre a ceilta. M Hurray M, tf.X.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE,
<H * r If am or WnmicM changed to aOLoaar
IIlack by a ilnda application of thla Dtk. It
lni|iart* a natural role*. acta Inttantaneoatly.
« >M l.jr I»i »2«uu, or Mot by uprtM on rcrrlpt of |1.
OITlco,*38 Murray St., Hew York.
€Dr. Tim ailClL «f Ttlwhl. UIW»«tU. Hi a
IW.I HMlfto >111 to aalM nil aa »»lfa«tl.*J
Dr. SFINNEY,
NO. II KEARNY STREET
Trial* all ChraalelaadM* tela! |Ola««a«a I
YOUNG MEN
WHO MAT BE IDrmiN FROM
tha affecta or yoatbfnl folllae or India
cretlnn will do wall to a rail UkismItm of thla,
the gTeateat boon irf*T Utd »t ihe tllar of inr
faring bnmanlly* DB. HP1NMBT will guaran
ty 10 forfait >100 ft>r titrj cue of Saaloal
Wtakneta or prlvata dUriM of any kind or
character which be andartakea mi fall* to cut.
■ IDULK-AUKD MEN.
There an many at tba in of thirty to atitj
who are trooblad with too Ireqnent eY«eaetlooe
of tha bladder, often accompanied by a ailgbt
•martlng or barning eenaetloii and a weaken
ing of tha aratam la a manner iba patient can*
But account for. On examining ike urinary
depoelta a rupy aedlment wlil often ba found,
and aomatlmee atnall partlelaa of alba man will
appe«r, or tba color will be of a tbln, mllklab
boa. again chanalng to a dark and torpid ap>
paaraoca. Tbaia ara many man wbo dlaof
till* difficulty, Ignoraiit of tba cum, wbicb la
tba recond ataga of nominal waakneai. Or. 8.
will guarantee a pcrfaet cnra In all aocb caaea,
and a healthy reelorailon of Ua ganlto urinary
organ*.
Office Boart—10 to 4 and 1 to (. Sunday*,
from 10 to a a. u. Oonaultatlon fraa. Tnoc
ouab examination aad advice, |3.
Call or addrcae
OB BPIBBBT * CO.,
auBtf No. 11 Kearny atreet, HanPranclrco
LYONS & MONAHAN
DEALERS IN
WOOD AND GOAL.
Y>r4-0»M«lt« Ik* T. 4t T.'.OIdJDepet,
VIRGINIA CITT.
WOOD CUT AND SPLIT ANT LENGTH
deel red and delivered it abort notio*.
The liett Wood in the Vlulnla KirkM ran now
to M*u »t oar Vara. Belore porcbaelne an
Inferior article, call and examine oar itock,
We are aleo A«enu for the Celebrated
EXCELSIOR POWDER,
The moat powerful Nltro-Olycerlneln the mar
ket. It ha« leaeoozloaa fnuiee than anr other
powdir manufactured. Try It and to con
vinced. Thle U not a ao called Safety Powder,
b<u A KTANDARD NITRO-ULVUBHINK IIIUH
EZPLOsIVE. Klalag man will Sad It to their
adrantace to (Ire the Excelalor Powder a trial.
LYONS A MONAHAN.
f^TOOce—At the Yard. Main OOoe at J. 0.
OUHRlE'a AUCTION HOUSE, Booth 0 eureet.
Btf
COLD HILL BONDS,
NOTIOB IS HEREBY UIVTN, THAT
eealed propoeala for the tnrreDder of
ou titan ding bond! of the Town of Uold Bill,
to the
Amount of Fife Thousand Dollars,
Directed to the Chairman of the Board of
Oounljr Coniml»»lonrr« of Storey county, Ne
vada. will to received at the otBce of the Clerk
or eald Board until the hour of It o'clock noon
of the
lath day mf Jiaaary, A. D. IMS.
By order of the Board of Oonnty Commlatlon
era of Moray county, Nevada.
J J. A. MAHANNT, Clerk.
NO PATENT, MO P*Y.|
PATENTS
OBTAINED FOB MECHANICAL DEVICES,
W medical or otbsr compounds, ornamental
d«dfna. trade narks sad tebela. Caveate, As
eignmenta, Interfereocee, InfrtncemeaU sad
ell nut ten relating to Patents promptly stteod
sd to Ws msks prelimlnaty examlnalloaa sod
fnraleh opinions ss to patentability, free a4
charge, and all who are latsneted la bow larw
tlona and Patents an invited to eead (or a eop*
of oar "Snide for Obtainln< Patents." which
Is sent trm to say sddnoa. aad coo tains com
plete Inetrnctlone bow to obtain Paten te, aad
otber valuable matter. Dnrlac the peat fin
jean we hare obtained nearly three thoasaad
patenta for American aad forslfn lnnotuea,aad
caa (iTe satisfactory refenooee la alsuet every
oouDty In the Union.
i limes.
LOUIS BAQOEB * 00- ,
Solicitors of Patents aad Attorneys at Law,
La Droit Building. Waahlnstnn. D. 0
THE ARGONAUT,
Ah AMERICAN JOURNAL
OF
Politics* Literature, Society »■«
Satire.
PUBU8UXD A T BAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
fflBl AROONAUT IS ▲ REPEXSIRTATIVI
* journal of American Ideaa aad literature.
It la thoroughly Independent la Its sdltorlal
treatment of the topics or the day. It sins to
■Its the beet PsctSe coast literature obtslnable,
ss wsll »• lbs cnrrent good thln»e of the preaa.
It la pabllehed weekly el §« per yeer, OS SS
Ibr six months; #1 M lor three months, pay*
able la advaaee. Seat poet paid on receipt of
prior. Specimen eon eent free. Add nee
•THE AROONAUT," tit OallfOrnU street, Sai
Franclsoo, Pal. IsX
FOR 8ALE.
rpn PRHSXS, PRINT IRQ MATERIAL,
aad ererythlni coaaeoted with the
"Bold Dill News" Office,
In offend FOB SALS. Apply tha Raw*
Ottce, or ta . „
0. 0. STITINSON,
lltf Lower OoU ItU,
■1/KIHt ill 1B0K1BB.
THE NEVADA BANK
OP «Atl FRANCISCO.
liH VBANJXSOO CLi_U*0*NU
<T.
i. r. Bmslow
uaauTmnunn"... jif. f*
j^isrsisss,'2.T«ss»
Cradln. TUto (Mak baa (pactal bciUUn tor
dwlMtebaPlon. «£_
T. K. HeCTORR,
LSTOCK AMD MONEY BROKER.
l«l«itM0Bt.,Tlrf1ala,
WILL BUT AMD ULL STOCKS OR OOM
mlMloo on Um bom fironbt* Unmj i
will alao Mogr Stoata on Birds aad
•■•■I
GOLD AND SILT KB. BOUGHT AND
»■ WOLD.
L. B. FRANKEL,
•TOOK AND MONKY BROKER.
OfflOl—III! MNMi an Hill. IBM
■Mil Ik* Btik «r Call Ik raW.
STOCKS BOUGHT! SOLD AND OA*.
B1BO ON MABGIM*.
la
SMITH'S AMERICAN
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
NEW YORK AND BOSTON
STAND YOUR CLIMATE
THE BEST !
WARRANTID FOR TCR YIARS
ABO SOLD AT
WHOLESALE PRICE81
lo Afeati, Ho Draymen,
So Beir-St jled Profatf ora,
Or HalMTay XuleitM,
—EMPLOYED TO
EXTORT MONEY FROM THE PUBLIC
Smith's Pianos and Organs
ill INDORSED BT THE BEST MU
SICIANS UPON THEIR MERITS.
■end ud Ma wtttt thoM MX who b»r«
SMITH'S PLA^OH la) oar mid»t oatblt ComC
Ban yoar mow; and buy at KlfcST HANDS.
Don't b* humba(i{nl, bat Mad for OhUlofaa
tad partloalara aad MUify joutmItm of tha
truth of mv iMcrtioD
Any it fit of P1AXO or OROAN Mat OB
mrTKEM DAYS TEST TRIAL, by loraUblac
Baaker1*, Kzpna* or KaJIroad Oompaay'a ew>
UAeata of dapoau for amoont.
AIM SHUT MUSIO ftt ooa-half markat prioa
JAMES 8. SMITH,
(Maaabetorar*' RepuMnUUrt),
518 Market Street,
tfm BAN FRAlt CISCO. CAL.
JOB PRINTINO DEPARTMENT
or ra
GOLD HILL DAILY NEWS
jgimo WILL PROVIDED WITH A OUST.
Ij, axtanalY* aad wM aaaortmaot of Um
RWUT AMD mi LATEST BTTLX8 OP
TTPK, from tba plalatat lo th> MOST JUL
01MT AMD FABHI0I1BLX, and tbm
rmaT-OLAsa stiam fhisus, *•»<>
1d| u good work m cut bo dan* In uj do
Um *otablHb««nt la tb* BTATI 07 IB
VAOA.
rotten of Irery 8lie,
Placards,
• Handbills,
Dodgers,
Hlalng Block Certlleates,
BUI Heads,
Brokers' Blanks,
Letter Heads,
Ball Program* es,
Wedding Cards,
Bte.,Bte.|
Ix*eot*d to order to tb* moot appeared tjU
ud os Um MOST RXAS0NABL1 TERMS.
y CALL AMD EIAMIWI SPECimWfl.
STEVENSON'S
MmI iMld SNid
AMA1GAMATINS PAN.
PATENTED, APRIL 10,
INTMNATIONAL KXHIBITION.
PblladelpMa. UTS.
AWARDKD FIRST PRBMICM
Grinding aad Amalgamating Pat.
■r*SiJ&3§S8|
wlta MM power, wiincni no
wi«» tsMlnmfttiDc effect. b*el
lu-eer ebane. Tbo iMWdt
of 111* mnlfer.pUte openlnn
Ik* palp dtrecily under tba mnllera.
Mann factored at tbo 0 olden Stat* aad Mlam*
traa Work*. UT to Ml riw etraat Baa Frao
etaco, aad at Lb* Oate* k Seorllle Iroa Worke,
n ttoatb Obaal atroet, Cbloaao, where It can bo
1 aad lartber partiemlare be leani
or poreooa mr apply to tbo laToator and Pat
•ota*. o. a swrlifso*. at a* Doo»u* mui.
aoMRm, r —
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