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THE EVENING NEWS
VIRQINIA AND TRUCKEE RAILROAD
TIME TABLE,
Ttklic IfNt Febrairy 1,1881.
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FRIDAY.
: MARCH 91. 1883
jlait r» **ni«.
1150 Albion. 3 60, 3 65
100 WaIm. 00c
11M Balding. 19c. 30o
106 Eureka Tunnel. 1 OS
430 Eaat Ml. Diablo, 20c
100 Batty O'N'eal. 75o
170 Southern Nevada, 6V,
370 Bodia. 4H
300 Navajo. 35«
13 Tioga. lOo
700 Oaodihaw. 33o
600 Concordia, m, 1 60
300 Mono. 1 70
60 Balwcr, 3 IS
S7S Noonday, 1 35
430 North Noonday, 1 33. 1 30
130 Oro, 40o
130 Bodia Tnnnal, 1 40,1 45
300 Atlaa. 1 *4
60 Martin Wbito, OH
180 Tiptop. 4<*
Title MOBXUTO.
330 Opbir, 8 OS
340 Maxican. 7*
3tfe Gould A Curry, 3 30, 3 16
ISO Savage. 95«
60 Con. Virginia. 75o
80 Cbollar, 1 OS
17S Potoai. 1
300 Hale A Norcroaa. 1 05
400 Imperial. So
30 Kantnck, 30c
300 Bclcbcr. SSo
310 Sierra Nevada. 6S
73 Dtob. 3 83. 4, 3 8
400 Bullion. SOc
100 Alpba. 800
400 Exchequer, 33a
. 110 Conftdenca. 70o, 75c
150 Overman, SOc
300 Union Coo., 9?|
MS Alto. 3, 3 06
130 Jnatiee, 60o. 55c
160 New York. Sa
10 Ward. 3H
60 Scorpion. 70o
60 Andre, 75c
100 Benton, 40c
Sax Puaxciaco, March 24—3 r.
Albion. 3 OS, 3 IS; Union Con., »V Ophir
9; Confidence. 80c; Martin White, 7. 7*4;
Eureka Con., 33; Savage. 90*; California,
23c, SOc; Sierra Nevada. 6«i; Mexican. 7H;
Neonday, 1H, 1 45; Jmtice. 60c; AlU. 3 OS
Exchequer. 35c; Yellow Jacket. 1 10; Oro,
45c, Mexican, 7'i; Northern Belle, 8H;
Eureka Tunnel, 1 OS; Ophir, 3; Concordia,
1H, 1 S3; Albion. 3 IS; Bodie, 4 63; Alta.
S OS; Kaat Ml. Diablo, 30c; Silver Bill. 15c
Hale A Norcroee, 1 OS; Mt. Diablo. SH;
Oversea, 3S«; Union Con., 10; Silver King
17 H; Pinal Con.. 3 10. '
, „ ArrltaleTkie Meralac.
U M Montgomery, J M Neall. J Dalton,
Miae Heligan, MnJW OrnJorff. Mr* H O
Shaw. Mre M D Davie. J W Eckley, Tboa
F O'Rourke and wife.
Arrival* Last Rvealac
T Jonee. M Cloe. J McOinley. 11 Bur
aea and family, E R Uartinan, C A Hamil
ton. |F Clark. M Orant.M Pnntrie, P J
Danferd, P Aiken and family, Mre C J
Dunning, J C Dorwin, O Morria.
Departures Title ■eralac.
P Benny, J Connelly, S Little, C Bant,
E S Irwin, A A Wood, Mre Lam eon. Mre J
P McOloughlin and cbildreu, J Bobinaon.
Ap*P*r«a>ee tM|
A Geary. Ed Qeary, M N Stone, E B
Smith. Mr* J Lloyd and children. Mite X
N Evaritt, O Lonkey, Mi** N A Evaritt,
Mre M Armer and daughter, Miae L A
Formaii, Mr* II Arend.
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A. J. Taylor, who refueed to have bia
arm amputated at the time he bad il
craebed in the Voltaire mill, scar Car
aon. la improving rapidly. The Caraoa
Appeal aaya that in a ahart time ha will
be abla to employ that member aa well
aa ever.
At the delinquent aala of the Califor
nia Mining Company, which took place
la Ban Franciaco Wedneaday. about 47,
000 aharee of atock were aold for the
aaaaaamenta and bought is by the com
pany.
A rttr corner of lb* Bra wan 01 is*
Nevada Bank building in Virginia |ava
way laat night. It bad beoome beavy
and vat from malting anew. Workman
ara today angagad in rapairing tbo dam
Tka naxt crowd •( minara for Mexico,
nndar gnidanca of Superintendent Daid
aabeimer, expect to laava tba Comatock
ona weak from tocigbt. About 200 man
will be taken tbia time.
If. C. Tilden, a Virginia City lawjar,
la ia Waabington, and ia aaid to bare an
eye on tba Unitad Stataa Diatriet Judge
ahip in tka event of Judga Uilly.r being
retired.
Bally, an aged colored man living at
Clear Creek, Ormaby county, bad bia
akmll fractured Friday by being thrown
from bia wagon on a rock.
A number of the young men of Caraoa
organised a Republican Club laat
Wedaeaday evening. It ia wall to pre
pare ia time.
Ckarlea II. Qolding, Superintendent
of a number of Bodie mlnee, ia epand
ing a few daya in Qold Hill, bia farmer
kome.
Tka Savage Plaoer Mining Cempany
kaa levied an aaaeeament of tea eeata
per akare upen ita oapital atook.
QOLO HILL PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
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No. of Tlaltora.
Central School—High School Dtput
ment — Mia. M. H. Swift, Teaoher:
Willi# Pbelan 97, Cora Moor* 95, Nettie
Sharpe 97, Mabel William* 96, Minnie
Haub 97.
Oaatral School—A Grammar Depart
■ant — Miaa N. A. Everett, Teacher:
Mary Low*. Jamea Heal jr. Marry Kelley,
Agoee Oilleepie, Mary GUloepie, Willi#
Douglaa, Willi# Or#y, Mary Coughlio,
G#orgi# Oilleepie, Oreo# Randall, Jerry
Murphy, Harry Gallagher, Andrew Fu
rey. Albert Reiley.
Central School—B Grammar Depart
ment—T. P. McDonald, Teacher: Ida
Martin, Lizzie Fitzgerald, Beaai# Pen
roee, Uueaie Haob, Nellie Moore.
C#ntral School—D Grammar Depart
ment—Mr#. H. 0. Mygatt, Teacher:
Grace Langan, David Reeee.
C#ntral School—A Primary Depart
ment—Lizzie Arm#tr#ng, Teecher: Pearl
Hall, Maggie brewer, John Coaghlin,
Willi# Henderaon, Willi# Daachey, Stan
ley Kidder, Charlia Engli#, Ambro##
Quirk, Fred. Likina, Den Morgan, Ed
ward Walah, Joaepb Tiddy.
Central School—B Primary Depart
ment—Georgia Wright, Teacher: My
ren Horaford.
Central School—B and C Primary
Department — Fannie H. Robinson,
Teacher: Walter Hand, Charlie Haub,
Nelli# Haderl#, Mamie Maxwell, Kali#
PenroM.
Central School—D Primary Depart
meat—Caaaia Henderaon, Teaober: Jo
anna Bnrke, Loniaa Frataa, Mamie Ken
nedy, Janla Trnaoott, Zada La#, Charlia
Milligan, Frank Low#, Tommy Qoirk,
Kali# Tbomaa, Bee Hall, Lena Mark#,
Alio# D#y, Wilk#y D##gan, Jo* L#ary,
Ralph Gilleapi#.
Divide School—A and B Primary De
partment — Nellie R. Lynch, Teacher:
Tbomaa W bitty, Roal# Dandurand, Mary
Kenefick, Mary Kevlin, Maggi# Whalen,
Frank Corbett, Willie Cleary.
Divide Scbeol—D .Primary Depart
ment—C. S. Wentworth, t#a#h#r: Mollie
Manning, Roan Berringor, Eddy Lynda.
Pnpila wboae namea appear on the
Roll of Honor have received an avarag#
of 95 per cent, or more in all the
atndiee pursued. and have been neither
aheent nor tardy.
(eeelr CuaaMleaan.
The Coanty Commieelonera at their
aeaeion yeeterday tranaacted no other
bnaineae than the allowanoeof • number
of bills. A communication waa reoeived
from Thomaa Edwarda, offering $100
for the Lafee Hotel property in Gold
Hill, which had been bought in for tazea
by the oonnty. It waa referred to the
Court-houae Committee. Chairman Can
avan took exoeption# to tb# v#to ui#aaage
of the Auditor, pr###nt#d at th# laat
meeting of th# Board. The message
had atatrd aome of the bill# war# not In
form. The Chairman thought thoe#
bill# ahoald hav# been pointed out. The
Auditor aaid it made no different# aa to
what form they were in, b# ahonld hav#
v#to#d th# entire lot had they been oor
rect in form. He but called attention
to the defect that the Board might have
it corrected in oaae they cbooee te paaa it
over hie veto. The Board will meet
again nezt Tueaday.
A freak mt Neiare.
A oat belonging to E. Chatain of Vir
ginia recently gave birth to a litter of
young, among whioh ware two #r#atnr##
that are half dog in appearance. They
hav# th# heada of doge and eara and hair
of doga. The pawa are long, like thoae
of a dog, but the clawaare tboee ot a cat.
Tbey are male and female, and their
■enerative organa are thoee of the dog.
Both beaata are alive and doing well, the
accompanying kittena having been killed
to give them every cbanoe to flourish.
rieMei Uallljr ie rally Laretaj.
Charlee P. Tbompeon, who waa ar
reted in Virginia yeatarday, charged
with petty larceny on two counta in
atealing a pistol and box of cigara from
Graoey'e aaloon, pleaded guilty to both.
Juttioe Henderaon fined him $60 on each
charge, whioh the aocaaed paid. Tbomp
eon haa had to pay dearly for hie un
pleaaant eiperience, and hie frienda be
lieve he will henoeforth atay aober.
D«lH«4 Malta raMMffn.
Tha mail for U>e Cometock was to
hoar lata in arriving thia morning. Tha
troabU wu on th* Ctntral Pacific. Tbe
lattar road is crowded with freight de
layed by tha racent etorm and aa aide
track* where ona train ean paaa another
are not uamerona, eoeaaional halta are
neoeaeary to allow tha ewilahiof plaoea
to ba made.
Mi leelke la ike Caaair iaU.
William Flanagan, when taken bafora
Justice Hirre (or trial yeatarday, pleaded
guilty to aix different ohargea of obtain
ing good* nnder falaa pretenaea. Hie
aentenoe aggregates aix montba in the
Connty Jail. Ha awindlad abont all
whom Croaby 1 Co. wara in tha habit
at trading with.
•bertra lata mf llalag PrenrtJ.
D. Boyle, tha watehman who reoantly
aned the Mint Uining Company for
wagea. got judgment for $400 da* bin.
Th* Sheriff will aell tha property of the
Mint company, nnleaa payment ia mad*
before, on tha 14th day of April, and
aetUa tha bill, together with eoets, which
now amennu to 943.
John W. Eckley, Agent of tha Bank
of California in Virginia, returned from
a baaineaa trip to San Fra&ciaao this
morniag.
Tfc» UU<CklHM Bill.
The newa of the pimgi of the anil
Cbinaee Mil by (he Hoiim of Bepreeen
tetivee *u received In Gold Hill too
lata lor publication yeeterday. Aa it to*
cam* generally known on tha atreet aat
ief action waa everywhere expreaaed. Tha
all-abaorhing queetion today ia "Will
tha Preaident aign it." Tha larger por
tion, in fact a boat all, who have ex
preeaad themaelvce, believe ha will. Tha
prominent men, who are peraonally ao
qaainted with the Preeident, do not
think there ia any donbt that he
will obey tha wleb of the people of thia
coaat and make the bill a law. Tha flrat
report gave the bill a majority of twelve
votee and Battery A, of Virginia, laat
evening fired twelve gnne, one for each
majority vote. The mora pleaaing In
formation oama later that tha bill paaeed
by a mejority of 109—167 votea for the
meaanre and 68 againat.
A Ohlnaman chaaed a email white boy
eboot a block along 0 atreet, Virginia,
thia morning. He woald ooculonally
get in a liek on the boy'a ahonlder with
a bamboo cane he carried. The lad
finally took refuga behind a Ceneeaian,
who k»pt tha Chlnamap from atriking
him. It appear* a crowd of aohool chil
dren bad etood in the doorway of the
Chinaman'e lanndry and annoyed him,
and he undertook to drive them away,
when the lad ha ohaaed hit him in the
feoe with a soft anowball. Had it not
been for the boy'e protaater he would
have been eevarely punlahed, aa the
Chinaman waa inaane with rage.
Trela JDIiehetf.
A freight train on the Ceraon and Col
orado Railroad waa ditched near Dayton
thia morning. A wheel broke, and tha
train, eoneieting of four care of lumber
and three boi care, waa thrown off the
traok, amaahing thinga up generally.
The engine remained in place, but the
tendir kept the remainder of the treln
company. The firemen ie eaid to have
been el£htly injured. No other pereone
were hurt.
■I*wly iNonrlif.
Lieutensnt Neville, who wu atrioken
with paralysis in his right aid* lut Sat
urday morning, is alowly recovering.
Ha aita up and active circulation of
blood ia returning to hia leg. Every
body will ba pleaaad whan Too again
makes hia appearanoe on tha atraata.
Kttp Ik* Ball Balllaf.
The officers o( the Exobequer Mining
Company hare joinad with tha Alpha
and Yellow Jaakat offloiala and are mak
ing comaieodable »florin to bring about
a combination to raliaTe tha flooded
minea of water.
VICTORY TOR THE FIOPLK.
The Chlaeae BUI Paued the Honie
by a Tote of 161 Aye» to 15 Noes
Without Amendment.
Wahhinoton, March 23.—Whan the
Chine** bill cane up in the Houa* to
day, Riehardaon (Dem.) ol South Caro
lina, axpreeaed hia intention ot voting
for tha bill u a meaaura of proteotlon
to American labor,though hit prefereno*
would b* to redoe* tha term of anap*n
eion to ten year*.
Paeheco, (Rep.) of California, aald
the question of Chinee* immigration
had beoome a national one; one for the
people and Congresa to deal with. He
next drew a vivid picture of the condi
tion of th* Chinese population of the
Pacific Coaat, the filth aod immorality
wbioh characterised It, and the baneful
effect of the preaanoe of the Mongolian*
upon the labor of that aeotion. It waa
against auob a raoethat California oalled
for help. It waa an appeal for aid that
one brother might make to another. In
the nam* o! the American people, in the
name of tha workingmen of the Paeiflo
Coaat, h* aaked that tba evil already
don* abonld be re*trict*d to ita present
proportion*. He (Pacheeo) would up
hold th* dignity of American labor.
After a brief apeecb by Cannon,
(Rep.) of Illinois, in aupport of tba
bill. Page, of California, took th* floor
to cloa* tha debate. H* trusted the bill
wonld paaa without ameodment. The
gentleman from Iowa (Kaaaon) came
her* and under th* cleak of hia amend
ment h* (Pag*) saw tb* dagger qf an
aaaaaain which would etab it to death.
He believed ther* waa • persistent deter
mination on th* part of thos* who op
posed tke bill to foro* an amendment
upon it wbioh would destroy it. He wit*
neeeed a scene ths other day wbeiv one
of th* lobbyiata of a corporation con
gratulated a member who had denounoed
this bill. Tba Six Chineee Companlee
brought their agenta into thla city, and
tbey ewarmed in every corridor of the
Cepitol, and bad for weeks. Ha knew
that two railroad oorporationa had uni
ted to defeat this bill.
- - • • em* •.
Htn Dt *■■ caiieu IU gni» uj If uim,
of Kentncky, who said (bat tb* word* of
tbe gentlemen were too far reecbing.
Tb* gentleman baa atatad, ba continued,
that oppoaition to tbla meaaure ooasee
from tbe raaaon ba baa given, and tbat
I danoaooa aa utterly falaa and unworthy
of tba etatement of any gentleman.
Wbita waa bare in bti tarn called to
order by tbe Speaker, and Springer of
Illinois, aaked tbat tbe worde need be
takro down, bot withdrew his reqoaat
at Page'a aolieltatioo. *
Page, continuing hie epeecb, said be
eoald not understand why the gentle
man from llaaeecbueetta (Eioe) had al
luded to the Repnblieena of tbe Weal aa
tbe left branch of tbe Rapnblloan party.
In 1870 tbey were tbe right wing. They
had amounted to eometbing then. He
made a laat appeal to the Republican
aide to grant tbe Paciflo Coast the relief
ebe aaked for. He again etaUd aa a fact
tbat there had been an agent of the Six
Companlee here, and tbat he had aolici
t«*d Mashers, Dare be waa again met
with crlee of "name bim," but he de
clined to da ao. aaying be did not intend
to intimate tbat any member bad been
improperly approached or controlled. In
conclusion he aaid: "I turn to that
grand party which for twenty yeara baa
fought the battle of the downtrodden
and oppraaaed. I tarn to that party
with ita grand and noble record, and in
tbe laat agony of hope, I aay: Qire ua
thia bill; remote tbla obstruction from
na and lei aa invite European immigra
tion; do not confine na to Chineoe im
migration." „
The Houae then proceeded to vote on
the aaendmenta, tbe firat being that of
ered byKaaaon (la.) reduoing the period
of suspension to ten yeara. It waa re '
jeoted—ayea, 100; noee, 131.
Batterworth'a amendment, limiting
tbe term of auapenaion te fifteen yeara,
waa laat without a call of tba yeaa and
naya. A large namber of amendmenta
wera than voted upon, but were all loat
witboat division being called. Tba bill
waa then paaaad by tba follewing vote—
ayea 187, noea M.
WESTHffl DEPATCHE&
The Kirf Tirij iU the Cevhoji.
Touimto**, March 33.—TbU after
soon Tbeo. D, Judah earn* Id from Pat*
Spencer's wool camp In Soith Faaa and
gar* aa Epitaph reporter the following
information : iYaaterday morning about
11 o'olock, THyatt and Warren Earp,
Doc Hollidaj, Molfaattr, Texaa Jack
and Jobnaon oame into «amp and in
quired for P«te Bptnoe and Indian
Charley, and aa to the number of men
there and their whereabouta. Judah
informed tb«m that Spenoer waa in
Tombatone, ani a Mexican named Flor
entine waa looking for aome atook which
bad atraysd away. Judah indioated the
direotion taken by the Mezioan, and the
party immediataiy left aa direoted, pass
ing over a hill which hM them from
view. In • few minntee ten or twelve
ahota were beard. Florentine -not re
turning thie morning, Judah prooeeded
in search of him and found hla body not
far from oamp, riddled with bnilets.
Judah Immediately oame to town with
the newa.
The Ooroner'a Jury find that Morgan
8. Earp «•>»• to hia death at the banda
of Frank Still well (who waa killed next
day in Tucaon), Pete Spenoe, a man
named Freia and two half-breed Indiana.
Pete Spenoe'e wife expoaed the plot. A
BberifTa poeae, oonaiating of twenty
men, moatly cowboys, left tbla morning
for tba Dragoon Mountains, where the
Earpa are auppoeed to be.
TncaoN, March 23.—Tbla afternoon
the Coroner'a Jury wbe ware impan
eled in the oeae of the aaeaaaination of
Frank Btlllwell returned m ▼•idiot that
be oame to bia death from ebote fired by
Wyatt and Warren Earp, Dock Holliday,
Texaa Jaek (allaa Jobnaon) and McMaa
tera. Nawa received here tonight ia to
the effect that tba Earp party ia at Ben
aoo. It ia thought by many that they
will arrive here tonight, either to aur
render to the autboritiee or to make away
with Ike Clanton. It is now definitely
known that altar they killed 8tillwell
they eeercbed for Olanton for aome time
before leaving Tucaon. Tbla morning
about 8 o'clock aight mounted men,
heavily armed, were aeen in the out
aklrta of the city. Tbeir animate were
jaded, having apparently traveled a great
diatanoe. They are auppoeed to be
frienda of Btlllwell from Tombatone, a
party it whom left that plaoe laat night.
1 Stockton Bigamist.
Stockton, March 23.—The cut of
The People t«. £. J. Crlpe is sidling
great interest hare. Dsfsndsnt ia charged
with marrying oaa Madge Moora while
he had a lawful wife living in the peraon
of Amelia J. Atwood. Both marriagss
were soUmniasd in San Franeiaoo, and
oertifled oopiea of both marriage licenaea
were prodnoed by the proeeootion from
the Coanty Recorder of San Franoiaoo.
Both ladiea appeared in oonrt today. It
(a claimed for the defeoae that Cripa be
lieved bis Aral marriage to be void, on
acoonnt of information to the efftet that
Mra. Atwood bad a hatband living at
that time. A copy of the decree ol di
vorce from Mra. Atwoed'a former boa
band waa, bowavar, produced by the
prosecution, dated mora than a year be
fore the alleged marriage te defendant.
Collecting Railroad Taxes.
N*vada Cm, March 33.—There were
no bidden when the property of the
Central Padflo Bailroad Company, in
thia county, waa offered at tha delin
quent tax aala. Tha Connty Tax Collec
tor bad instrnotions from tha State
Board of Equalisation to offtr it only
at a time whan no out aid* biddtra werr
prepared to take it, ao that it might re
vert to the State.
Cbico, I March 23.—Sheriff Spragne,
of thia couoty, attached, yesterday, the
Central Paoiflo Bailroad freight train for
taxea. A $25,000 bond being given, the
train wu releaaed.
Steamer Grounded.
Sax Fsamcmco, March 23.—While
ooming in port thia morning daring a
heavy fog the eteamer Columbia, from
Portland, grounded off Fort Point.
After an honr'a pulling by eight or ten
toga aba waa banled into deep water and
prooeeded toward bar dock. In a few
minutes it waa dlaoovered that aha waa
making water very rapidly, and aha waa
beached on the mud flats of Seoond
etreet. Her paaeengera were landed on
taga and lighten. The extent of the
damage ia unknown. The weather ia
vary warm.
HUeellMMM.
Sax Faanchco, Marob 33.—Seventeen
deatha «m reported at tbe Health Offloe
today, making a total of 113 dee the (or
tba wmIc.
Yeeterdey ona of tba Uttla dangbtere
of Folioa Detective Nathaniel L. Jehu
fall down tba ataap flight of atapa had
ing from tba front door ot tba family
reiidanoa, on Leavenworth atraat, to tba
aidawalk, braaking bar rigbt tbigb bana.
A ataam vbaling vaaaal will ahortly ba
launched tor Captain Cbarlea Ooodall
and Uillan Griffith. Bba will ba oom
mandad by Captain Bmltb, of tba
whaling brig Tropio Bird, and will leeve
for tba Arctio in the latter part of April.
A man namad H. Coleman, who re
■idea on Graan atraat, In jomping from
a Geary atraat oar dummy, at tba Inter
eeotlon ot Hyde atreet, wbila tba oar waa
In motion, amatalned a fractare and dle
located one o) bia anklea. Ha wu takan
to tba City Beoeiviog Hoepilal.
RtviaaiDB, Marob 23.—Tba Cltrna
Fair opened at 1 o'clock. It ia tba finaat
dlaplay of oitraa fruits ever mada in the
Btata. Tba new pavilion la filled, and
alrangera are arriving every boar.
VicroaiA, Marob 33.—A private bill
for tba oonatraotion of the Ialand Bail
way will oome before the Honee ot Com
mona tomorrow. A ayndloate ot Call
fornlana want to aaeare tba ooal belt,
and itia propoaed to bnild a line to Na
naimo in three yeara, witb an aitenalon
of tbe road to Seymour Narrowa in
eigbt yeara. Tbe promotere olaim tbat
tbey beve depoalted $350,000 in bank,
and given tbe Dominion Government
ample aecurily aa eviienoe of tbeir bona
fide Intention to oomplete the work.
lira. F. A. Graham, of Plymouth, 111.,
deeiree to know the Poeteffioe addreaa of
her brother, John Lanadon.
Colonel M. N. Stone of Virginia wu
among the departuree laat evening. Ho
went to Ban Frandaoo.
Oniona are bow an ezpenalve Inznry
in Ploobq Tbey are aalllng for twenty
Ave oenta per ponnd.
The Diatriot Court will ba in aearion
tomorrow morning at 11 o'oloek.
At a ohnrah feotlval at Mew York tfce
fried o yet era were apoiled, and con
demned aa unfit for food. The plone
■nd benevolent managere, by a formal
vote, aent them to the Old Ladlee'
Homo, without mentioning the aouroe
from whioh they oame. Thaa another
unoetentatioua aot of charity ia regiatared
above.
FOBBGS DISPATCHES.
The Cur and the Jews.
St. Prrnuurso, Much 23.—The
Cztr bu refused to confirm the recom
mendations of the Commiuion on the
Jewlah queetion, in favor of oompelliog
Jews to quit rural diatrioU, on the
groanda that aooh ezpalaion would aU
moat rain agriculture, aod becaaie the
recommendationa are generally oonceired
in a vindictive spirit.
Oeneral Bkobeloff, apeaking at • mili
tary banquet in bia bonor, toaated tba
Britiah nation and warmly alluded to the
friendly relatione existing between En
gland and Bnaaia.
Miscellaneous.
London, March 22.—A lira in Emud,
Hungary, baa resulted in the destruction
of 350 boneee and the loe4 of nine llree.
In the Hoqee of Commons Gladetone
moved an additional annuity of £10,000
for Prince Leopold, end a penaion of
£6000 yearly for hia widow in the event
of bie death. The motion paaaed by a
Tote of 387 to 42.
The Land League in the United States
and the Britleh ooloniea contributed
£22,000 during the peat month.
A paper eigoed by three hundred per
eone, inoludiog Earl Shaftebary, Earl
Cairns, Earl Aberdeen, Samuel Morley,
Canona Farrar and Fleming, Bev. Spur
geon and two hundred and fifty olergy
men, haa been forwarded to Moody and
Bankey, at Qlaagow, aaklng them to
epand a year in London in evangeiioal
work.
Tunm, March 93.—The Italian Oonaal
has lodged a formal pro teat agalnat the
oonoeaaion of the Eeparto Oraaa monop
oly to a French oompany aa a flagrant
violation of the treaty between Italy and
the Bey of Tunie.
Paris. March 23.—Ontaide broken
deolere that tbey will negotiete Bontonx
ebaree, the new bank whiob ia to replaoe
tbo Union Oenerale, and oflloial brokers
say that tbey will not grant them a set
tlement.
Mdlle. Jeanne Bonaparte, daughter of
Prinoe Pierre Bonaparte, who abot Vlo
tor Neir, waa married today to Marquia
de Villeneuve Paraamont, a Legitimiet.
Bbblin, Maroh 23.—The Euprror ia
a speech today to the deputation of the
Coneervative'a Central Committee men
tioned the dsath of Preeident Garfield,
the people'e choice, aa abowing the peril
to which rulere are exposed.
MISCBLLiNKOUH.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
This powJer never varlee. A marvel ol pur
ity, atrengtb aod wholeeomeooea. More eco
Domical than tba ordinary Hindu, and cannot be
aold in competition with tba mulUtoda or low
teat, abort welabt, atom or pboepbate powdara.
Sold only in cons
Hotil Fnixn Powma Co.,
Mil 104 Wall atraat. New York.
Hub
Punch
; fmmmi
0. H. QRAVM A SONS.
BRANKCLEAR.ASA CORDIAL,
MIXED WITH ICE WATER,
COLO TEA, LEMONADE, OR SODA.
"HUB pcxch" n nmionii
PRONOUNCED UNRIVALLED.
Sold by Leading Grocara, Drugglita and Wiw
Marchanta Everywhere: Alio it Hptala and
Dining-Ctri. Beware of CoimtaifalU
and Worthlaia Imltatlona.
n»Th* bub* and till*—"HUB PUMCM"
la adopted aa a Trade Mark. All aoaataoriud um
•f thl* Trad* Mark will b* prompt!/ proaacutad.
O. H. GRAVES A SONS,
•*1* Maair* JH Prop'*, B»*(aa, Ma**.
Trad* «nppll*d at Maaafactarare prfo** br
RICHARDS * HARRISON,
Afanta for Pactflo Ooaai, Baa Fraoctaco, CaL
Will to Mila* U illanllaaU. u4 locwtewn wlUnt
«M| N, II ■■■lllii it* wUM put*. •» MM
tW.n8o MM, fall IiiHIIii I, »wcw mi tintMjifcr
llMdjf iW W.IIH«f U* ril»lllnll. w—»»
r™iiTW««. bnlMkto u«IL
will U fa* mm nlublt to i>U«UK *<»• .*""■»!«
lloimi fktlW»H~llL
S. 1L TKMMT ft 00, Detroit, Klak.
THE ARGONAUT,
AN AMERICAN JOURNAL
or
Politics, Literature, Society and
Satire.
PUBU8BKD A T SAX FRANCISCO, SAL.
fflHI AROONADT IB A RIPRESKKTATIV*
X . journal of UMricaa ld«u and literature.
II U tborofurfcly Independent In tu editorial
treatment of th« topic* or lb* day. It aim* to
■ V- .« ill-.li.Hnhl.U.M,
able la adTaao*. amt poet paid on nedpt of
priM. tjmtmm ton **>t ttm. Atantt
Hraa akck>n aut," m oauibmu mm, iu
flUdMO, o»i. J«M
iiSCiLiAinouft.
TUTT'S
PILLS
INDOR8KD BY
PHYSICIANS, CLEROYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH QF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID LIVER.
Loaaof appotlU.Han—4.bowl» coetlre.
Pimln thcHead.with • dalTeanaatloDln
the baclc pextTPain undeTlhe ahoulder
bla3e, ftfllneee after eaTTna. with edi.in
ell nation to eiertlon of body or mlntf
XrnUbfln.r oTUmyr. LowrolrtU. togj
oT memory, with a feeing of hvrin* peg
iBCtta Hmi duty. weariness, DUitnees,
riutuHMo7ih.g^T?BUl>g5F?W»
»y—.V ellow"gkInr"H»«d>eha,H»«tl(n»
neaa at MSMb &i*WF oolorad Urine.
tPTHmwAnnroiAXSTrvHxsDXD,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTB PILLS are e.iieclally adapted to
eurli oww.on. doe* «fr»cU IHktthUp
of (••line as to astonish the .offerer.
They leertew 111* AppetH*. end nun the
body lo Tako mm rhek. tbui the system U
■eerldMAuid by th.lrTonto Actios on tbe
oicmUt <%«■. tader Moot* arepro.
duc«d. frlee M cents, In N array at-, KV.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Ok av minor Whmxku chanjed tosOLneer
Black by a single application uf thl. Dyk. It
101 pert* it natural color, ecu Instantaneously.
*»»ld h; DrnieMe,er Met t>r .ipra. oe renlpl ctQ.
Office,* 30 Murray St., Naw York.
CO,. TlTTi BARCAL 1 TalaeM* lilWeUk. Ill k
CmM lUMlfta will ke auM vau — aee««iuaJ
PIANOS AND 0R6ANSI
NEW YORK AND BOSTON
STAND YOUR CLIMATE
THE BEST !
WARRANTID FOR TIN YBARS
AMD SOLD AT
WHOL18AL1 PRICES!
Ho Agents, Ho Driaim.
Vo Self-Styled Profletaon,
Or Hiir-Wij Mulelaas,
—IMPLOTKO TO
EXTORT MONEY FROM THE PUBLIC
Smith's Pianos and Organs
All IXDOBflKD BT THX BUT MU
SICIANS UPOH TKH MMT8.
Send and eee w&at thoee aay who hare
SMITH'n PIAbOB In jour midst on tfcl* Coaat.
Bar* joor money and buy at FUST HANDS.
Don 'i be hnabujtpl, bat Mad for Oalalocaa
and parti oalars and satisfy yonrselree of tbe
truth of bit aaeertion.
Any etyls of NAKO or OBQAN Mat en
riFTUM OATS TKUT TRIAL, by loralaUac
Banker'a, lipno or Mallraad Oompany'a cer
tificate or depoett for amoant.
AlaoBHXBT MUBlOat one-half market prlee
JAMK8 8. SMITH,
(M«—Mat—' BepreeeotatlTe),
tit Market Street,
n m BAN FBANOIBCO. OIL.
JOB PRINTINB DEPARTMENT
or TIB
GOLD HILL DAILY NEWS
Jgxma WELL PBOVIDID WITH A 008T
ly, extenslre and varied aeeortment of the
NEWEST AND TXBT LATEST BTTLZS 0*
TYPE, from Ike plalneat to tbi HOST KLX
OANT AND FASMIOEABLI, and Una
FIRST-CLASS ST BAM PKESB1S, we are do
ln« ae good work aa eaa be done la any etna
liar establishment ta tbe STATE OF **
VADA.
Potter* or Brerj Site,
Placards,
Htndkllh,
Bodfen,
Minim Block Certlflcatea,
■111 lead*,
Broken' Blanki,
Loiter Beada,
Ball Frornuuea,
Weddloc Cardi,
Ble.t Bte.,
Kxoented to ortUr la tb« mcxt tpprovtd
■ad on Um ICOBT BXAaONABLB TERMS.
groALL awp «xamcti araciionra.
NEW GOOD8
—AT—
No. 14 Booth 0 Street, Tlrflila.
OPINING AIT IMUXKUI STOCK
BOOKS, STATIONERY,
A—
NOVELTIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Ttoaa Qnodi tan wpccUllr Mlactad for u»
from tba Trad* Oantar* of tb« United BUUa
and tuoH, ud will to Mid M
MARVKLOUB LOW PRION I
Tm art isTlud to toll ud mo tbom.
OKNDORFF * ADKI80N,
I Mo. li Booth 0 Btmt, TtotlaU.
FOR 8ALE.
Tn nuMn. nuimno matdul,
Md vmytklac oHUMetod wlik tk*
"Cold Hill Ren" OBce,
An oftnd FOB 8AXJL Ipftj it tk« H*w»
°®c«, or to
0. 0• STETZHlOlf,
W IwnOoMM).
^tjg^swiSMS
AISM8MKITS LITIID.
niowa pout uolu aid mil*
V VKB XUIMO CO MPAkY.—Location of
^rindp^ placa of toalnati, Bin VrudfCO,
Location of work*, Gold 11111, Stony coonty,
fieradi,
>• baraby (Iran, that U a mratlnt of
}*• o* Diitctort, held on the tlitaantb
jif4h> ^ SL '•b"»nr. 18W- an mmmbkoI
01 *"*»,J-®*aCtnuiM«) par ahara tu
larlad upon tha capital Hock of the corpora
tion, payabla Imjaadlataly. to Unllrd Btataa
(■oldcoin, to tbaBacrwary.at tbaofflca of tba
££££. oSiCr" 8000»' «"
Any (lock upon which thli awMsnl rhall
remain nnpald oo tha twantj.thlrd(lM) day of
MAkCH, laS, will ba dallnqocnt, and advarw
ttaad for «Ua at public auction, and nnlaaa ray.
mast la aada beiora, will ba«old on THUHH
DaT, tha TH1BTKKK1U (Uth) day of AI'ltlL,
lflW, to pay tha dattnqoent aaacauncst. to
gathar with coata of advartlrlnif and aipanaaa
of nil,
By ordar of tha Board of Dlrwton.
JAMS BBWLANUB, Bacwtarr.
OOca-Bcom I, No. W Pica atrot. Kaa
Ftaneiaco. California. taWd
ruoTuiiu sum ml*
U MINING OOM PANT.—Location of prin
cipal piaca of bnalnaaa, Gold Bill, tttony
aaanty, Barada.
Location of worha, Waahlogton Townahlp,
Imfc Oooaty, Oallfornla.
Beuca la karabr glvao. that at a martin* of
tba Board of DtracUM. bald on tha twanty>
UMlMd) ■■■
(Bo. T) of Oaa Oaot par ahara waa lcvlad __
tba capital atock of tba rorpoiatloo, payabla
ImmadlaUly. in United Btataa
tba Baciatarr. at tba offlca of
taaadlately. In Unltad Btataa sold coin, to
tha aacratarr. at tba oflce of tha Company.
Sank ol Gold B11U Main atraat, uold BUI,
and nnUaa^g'T™*^
la mada bafora. will ba aold on 841
tha alxtb (Itb) day of MAT. 1M, to pay tba da
llnqnant aaaaaament, together with aoaU of
•dvartlalnf and aipanaaa of «la.
By ordar of lha Board of Dlrrctora.
FRANK A. WIHK, Brcratary.
QBca—Bank of Gold Bill, Main atraat, Gold
Hill. Neradal
nurroi coimudatkd com*
X> PANT.—Local loo or principal place of
uuiImii, Van Francleco, California.
Location of worke, Oold Ulll Minim Dlatrlct,
Qold BllL Storey county, Nevada.
Notice ie hereby given,Ibat at ameetlngof
tba Doard of Director*, bald on the tenth
day of March, 1M3, an aaaaaatnant (No. Tl
o( T*tnty flro Oanu i»c) par (hare vaa levied
npon the capital ilock of tbe corporation,
parable immediately, la United States gold
coin, to tba Secretary, at ibe office or (be
Company, Mo 103 Montgomery itreet, ftooma
I and (, Ian Francleco, California.
Any etock npon wblcb tbla eaeeeemeul (ball
remain unpaid on Ibe fourteenth (litb) day
Of APRIL. un, Will be dollnquenl,
and adTertlead for aale at pnbUe auction,
•nd unleee payment la made Vfoee, will be
•old <m TBUMaDAY. the FuCRTB (4lb) day
of MAT, 1MJ, to pay tbe delinquent
it, together with coata of edver
tlalng and etpeaece of Hie.
By order ot tbe Board of Director!.
WM. H. WiTBO.N, Secretary.
Offloe—Boon* I and 0, Mo. M Montgomery
•treet, Ban Francleco, Oalliornla. marllid
A LFHA COMMLIDATED ■■KINS
a* COMPANY -Location of woiki, Oold
HU1, Storey county, btata or Nevada.
Location of principal place of bualneea, San
Franrlico, Oalifoenie.
Notice la hereby given, that at • meetlnt of
tbe Board of Director*, held on theiwendatb
(»tb) day of March, 1(81. an aaeeeement
(No. It) of Flity Centa (00c) per ebars waa
levied upon tbe capital ilock of tbe corpo
ration, payable Immediately, in DnlUd Stotee
■old coin, to tbe Secretary, at the office ot the
Oonp*sr. Boom No. M, Merada Block. Ho. MX
Montgomery »treet, San FranclKo, California.
Any etock upon which tble e>eeeeu»nt •ball
remain unpaid oo WaDMaSDAY, tne IWeN
TY-elXTB i Mlb) day of APRIL DM. will be
delinquent, and advertlwd fur eale at public
auction, and unleee payment la made Latere,
will be eoid on FttlDAY, tbe NlhBTIBMTB
(1Mb) day of MAt, IM, to pay tbe de>
lioqueni aaeeeement, together with ooela of
•dramalng and expeniee ol rale.
WIi.U*M WILLIS. Secretary.
Office—Room Mo. ». Nevada block. ho. M
Montgomery etreet, San francleco, t allfornla.
mrttd
UNION (ONROLIDA1KD kILVCB
Mining Company.—Locetlon of pilnclpal
place of bualneee, San Franclaco. California,
Location of worke. /lrgtnla Mining Dlairlct,
Storey county, Neveda.
Notice le bereby given, that at a meeting
of the Board or Dlrectore. held oo tbe
twenty-Ant day of Marcb, 1SBJ, au aaeeeement
(No. 10ol Ote (111 Dollar per abare »aa levied
apon tbe caoltal etock of tni corporation, pay
able Immediately, In United Stales gold ooib, to
tbe Secretary, at tbe office or tbe Company,
Boob 4, No. MM California street, San Fran
eUeo, California.
Any etock upon which thli aaaeeement (ball
remain nnpald on tbe twenty-flub day of
April, IWi, will be delinquent, and ad
eertlaed for aale at public anctlon, and unleen
payment la made before will be fold on
MuNDAY. tbe FIFTa KNTli day ol MAY,
Un, to nay the delinquent aaeeeement, to
gether with coata or advertlelng and eipenaee
I. U. BUFFI It OTON, Secret ary.
Offlre—Room 4, No. KB Oaliforaia etreet.
Ban FrancUco. Oalliornla. mSttd
NO PATENTING PAY.
PATKNT8
riBTAINID FOB M1CHANIOAL DEVICES,
v wmtlml or other compoande, ornamental
'T" Dtiki tod labela. CitmU, a a
ufuali, latarfereticM, lafrlntemaut* tod
all mattare relating to Katenu promptly attend
ed to We make pre 11 m I oat j eiamlnatlona and
fnrnlab opinion* u to patentability, frrt at
charge, aad nil wbo are interacted to new lnren
tlooo nod Patent* in InrlUd to Mod lor • copy
of our "Quid* for Obtaining funii," which
U Mot tn» to aay addr«ia, and contain* ooa
piete Intractloni how lo obutn Patenta, tod
other Talaable nutter. Daring the peat Are
year* we haTe obtained aaarlv three j—i
pataata (or Aaerlean and forelga lnreoturm,and
can (Ire eatlafeetory referaooM In almoet every
oouDtjr la the Union.
I lifnei.
LOUIS BAQOEB k 00.,
■oliotton ot PatenU and Attorney! at law,
La Droit BalMlac. Weehlnaton. D. O.
PATENTS
ootataed lor umal a*
▼toe*, medical or other cob*
ponada, M _
trade marka aad ]abele. Caraata. AaalgnmanU,
Inlertereocee, Appeal*. Batta for Infringe mac ta
aad all oaere erlatag aadar tae PATENT LAW!
promptly attended to.
INTENTIONS THAT HAVB BBKN
DC ICPTCn the Palest Offlce mar
llbJbwICU vtlll, la moat eaeee.be pel
anted by ae. Being oepo
die the Patent Offlra, we can make eloeer
eaarehee, aad cecnre Pataata note promptly,
aad with broader elalmi, than thoeewbo an
raaaote froaa Weehlagtoa.
IMUCNTflDC Mod na a model or dutch
111 TCH I UnO of yonr device; we make
•UBlOlttMII fm OF
mami, aa4 advlaa aa to patentability. phom
low. and NO GHABOI CNLXSa PATENT IS
8XOUBXD.
He refer to officiate la the Patent OSce, to
oar dice la la even State of the Dnloa.aadto
roar Beaatoce aad Repreeeetatlve In C
Special refenaoee glT*u when dMlred.
0. A. SNOW k OOy
Oppoelto Patent Ogee WMblarlon P.O.
C. V, CRANE,
PURCHA8INC ACENT,
liUkllsked !a 1871.
PERHORS BRSIDINQ A WAY FROM SAX
Prandaco, la want of any article of
MIROHANDISK.
Oreat or email, caa have their order* tiled
proMptfy. aad at the nn lowMt caeh price*,
fcjr addnealac the anderabraed.
a W. CRAIB,
OS Pine (treat, Room M. and 10. UldMdort
ety *C Searreadceo. Oal. jjUtt
WANTED,
rpiNSKRS FOB TWENTY (10) OB MORI
SCRAP IRON,
F. O. B. the Virginia aad Trackee Railroad.
4W",° LEWIS 0HALMEB8,
nolltf Klrer Moantaln. California.
PIANO LE88ON8 I
*MI88 MIRIAM MICHBLSON
f\r V1RQINIA CRT DHIRES TO INFORM
v the realdeata of Oold Hill that >he would
be pleeeed to gl*o PUao leaaoo* at tbe reel*
deaeeeef pereoonta OoM BUI wbo may deelre
Sir aarrlMa, Mr terma, eta., laoolre at bar
Mo. 1* North A etreei. VUglala. |«0
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