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THE EVENING NEWS
FRIDAY. ::::::: MARCH SI. 1883
FEDERAL MTIOSAHK
II Preaident Arthur is correctly r*>
ported in • conversation alleged to hsve
b«eu held with a member o( Congress
kit view* hue aodtrgoue s radical
chug* since hU elevation to the 1'reei
deacy. lie is said to have informed a
Congreaaman who haa been peraiatant in
nrging tho appointment pf a Poatmaater
that whatever may be the Congreaaman'a
feelinga be ahonld remember that the re
■ponaibility for making appointmanta ia
with the Preaident, and aaid:
I cannot ooooede to member* of Con
greea the abeolute right to dietaU ap
pointmanta in their diatrieta. It is ap
parently the ambition of every member
of Congress to be a Depaty Preaident in
his own region. I do not iatsad to be
dictated to ia future. I am willing to
take the representations of members of
Congress as I would thoss of any other
reputable leading citizen, but I do not
intend to ke guided arbitrarily by ths
demands of members of Congress ia
making appointmeata.
II Umm in Preeldent Arthur'! Ti»w»,
it U ooncl naive that bo fau experienced
the ill-sffecta of placing the Executive at
the msrcy ol mamb«ra of Congreaa who
dee ire to oontrol the patronage of thair
reepective Stataa. Mr. Arthur baa evi
dently reallxed that a different viaw may
bo Ukon from tbo White House of tbo
Executive's prerogativee than from tbo
ataodpoiot of a Seuator'a friend. Ho
baa bow food for reflection. Ha flnda
bimaelf in tbo axact poaition occupied
by Garfield, and ia reported to have
taken tbo atand of bia pradaoaaaor
which ooat bim bia Ufa. Ha eaa review
bia courao daring tbo oontroverey be
twaan Oarflald and Conkling and extract
what comfort bo can from bia undig
nified behavior daring tha aaaaion of tbo
Maw York Legialature, wbaro inataad of
bonoriog the offioo ba bald by keeping
aloof from politica, it ba oonld not con
aiatently aupport tbo Preeident in bia
battla in tbo intareat of right, bo do
aoended to tbo level of a ward politician
and axarted bia influanoo to have a man
returned to tha Senata who waa being
rapndiatad by bia oonatituency for
making a war npon tbo Executive, which
Arthur now admita waa wrong.
In making bia appointments, how
ever, there ia another phase of tbo quea
tion Mr. Arthnr ahould keep in view.
He waa not elected to the Preaidanov,
and if tha aad oecnrrenoe which haa
placed bim in that exalted poaition bad
been foreeeen bo wonld not have re
ceived the nomination for even the aeo
ond position on the ltepnbliean ticket.
It wonld be well for bim to remember
that he waa elected by the whole party,
and not by a minor faotion, and that the
majority of hie party have aome privilegeo
which be is bound to respect; that Grant,
Conkling, Logan and Cameron do not
combine the wiadom, intelligence and
influence of tha Republican party, and
be ahonld not fall into the error of anp
poeing that when ba baa to tba extent in
bia power aatiafled the banger of this
quartette for federal patronage by giving
them all there ia to be bad, be baa die
charged bia doty to the party. Mr.
Arthnr'a nomination waa not eaaential
to tba eacoeea of tba ticket, nor did it
contribute to that end. It waa made to
conciliate tbo fiction defoated In iU
•fforU ia behalf of Grant, aad it bee
eincn been demonstrated to be the great
nt miatake the party mr »ade. No
objection wonld be raised to Mr. Arthur
giving to the Stalwart minority a ma
jority ol the federal patronage, or even
to filling all the veeanciee with Qrant'a
friends, bnt the majority hta the right
and vill object to removala from offloe
of Oarfleld'a appoiateea for no reaeon
other than to provide for the more
favored Stalwart*. If Mr. Arthur baa
any idea of entering the Preeidential
race in 1884 it will be well for him to
pause before be has gone too far. The
people are having a surfeit of Grant and
Stalwartiam, aad if their protests do not
avail them now, they may be beard with
effect at the next national convention.
Apoetle Oscar haa made a convert to
esthsticism in the person of an editorial
writer on the Htcurd- Union, and it is
feasible the people of Sacramento may
witness a revolution in the editor's style
of dreee, particularly if bia " symmetry
of limb " will enable him to appear to
good advantage, and the editorial eano
tum will no doubt l>e converted into a
boudoir suitsd to esthstic refinement.
In a dissertation on the modem style ef
drrsa the Rtcord■ Union says :
Of all the contemptible tendeneiea of
human nature the tendency to run in
crowda ia the most contemptible, end
this tendency ia the only explanation of
the existing fashions in drees. * * *
Hia knee breecbea certainly are more
rational and artiatie than the democratic
trousers whieh conceal all symmetry of
limb, and which; OLly enablea the ill
proportioned to appear on equal terms
with the well-formed.
The Southern sentiment is sst forth
aa follows by the Vicksburg Iltrald:
There is a large white majority in Geor
gis, aa there ia in Tennessee and Vir
ginia, and liberalism, conservatism and
independence are rapidly coming to the
front. The beat citixena of the State
see the need of n healthy, respectable
oppoaition party, and, when the election
rolls around, we predict a general and
healthy stirring of the political pool.
The maaa of the people do not care a
■nap for the clap-trap about "our ene
mies in the North," aad Statea' Bights,
Md prefer the co-operation of the na
tional government, and the aid of the
oapital of " our enemies in the North."
The Medical Department of the De
troit University haa sent out a pamphlet
netting forth ita facilities for graduating
its "students," to whom it promises
diploaaa of great beauty aad utility.
The Detroit newspapers say that the
Preaideat, named Themes, ia an eld
•hue of Dr. Buchanan, the Philadelphia
b >gua diploma convict, and that the on
The controversy between the friend*
of Garfield and Roaecrsns bu neuly
subsided, bat an outgrowth of it la a
qnealion of veracity between Orant and
Niohol. General Grant maintain* thai
the language imputed to him waa not
need in the preaenoe of Mr. Nichol, and
conaiderable of it waa not naed at all.
Mr. Nichol replies with a card, in which
be goes into detail, giree the purport of
the meeting, atatea the conversation that
toek place and namea General McCook
aa the gentleman who introduced him to
Grant. Mr. Niohol ia anfficiently gener
oua to preface hia veraion with the re
mark: "Let it be noticed that there ia
no qneation whatever of General Grant'a
truthfnlaeea raiaed bare. Hia Teracity
ia not impeMhed. If I reported him
correctly, all that needa to be aaid ia
that my viait and the conversation did
not sufficiently impreaa him aa to canae
him to remember it." Mr. Niobol'a
atory is worthy of bslisf, and while bis
right is onqneationad to prottct hia rep
utation for Toraeity, the pablio will be
aatiafled to let the matter net aa It ia.
Grant having admitted that some of the
language waa in accord with hia eatimata
of Boseeraas, though bo did mot say so
to Kichol.
Ex-Unitwi statea uarabai anaugn
dm; ot Utah says that tbe Anti
Polygamy bill vill have little effeot, be
etui while three-toartha of Utah'i
population ia oompoeed of believera io
Mormoniam, not tan par oant. ot than
practice polygamy, ud but law will b«
diafrancbiaed. Mr. Sbaogbaeeey ia evi
dently of tba olaaa of aai who bflien
that tbe Edmuode bill waa cooctirtd la
a apirit of hatred of Marmoniam, aud
thai tha aim of tha government abonld
ba tba diafranehiaement of tha whole
Mormon oommnnity. Ha evidently
loaea algbt of tha fact that polygamy in
tha object of attack, and beyond atop
ping ita practloe the government ii
powerleea and tha people diainolined to
act. It mattera not what tba belief ot a
Mormon may be; if ha ia not a polyg
amic! be ia no offender of the law, and
tha diefranchiaament of any bat tbe
gnilty waa not coaaidered by Edmandi
in framing hia bill. A reaaon for tba
diaappointmant in tha Edminda bill of
many now in Utah may be aacribed to
the fact that few vacanclee will be made,
and their ohancee for obtaining tba
coveted offlcea may be ooneidered alim.
Tha Rev. D. L. Uayward waa tbe
Methediat Epiacopal pea tor at North
Lewieburg, Ohio. In order to raiae tha
money for a naw churab, he took charge
of the boarding tent at a camp meeting,
and conducted the bnaineea ao wall tbat
$1800 were realized. Bat in purely re
ligioaa mattera ha haa proved leaa ra
tional. While the new honaa waa being
bailt he held revival aervioee in tha
Town Hall, and from tha atart hia con
duct waa ao atrange that crowda attended.
Ha ahouted, ran to and fro, aang wildly,
and threw bimaelf proatrate on tba plat
form. A number of women ot tbe con
gregation tell into hia extravagant waya,
and tbe meetinga grew more and mora
exciting. One aiater threw her faabiou
able bonnet on the floor and rolled on
it. Anothar hugged and kiaaed a male
ainner whom aha waa laboring to con
vert Tba paator held a third up in hia
am a and blaaaad bar. An end waa put
to tbe (pDceedinga by the appearance of
the Preaiding Elder, who depoaed Hay
ward.
l b# vlsws ol an independent Louisi
ana Democrat aa lo the reform move*
ment in that State ara givsn: Wa in*
tand to make oar fight on a broad
platform ot honeaty, economy and eqnal
right*. We ahali invite, and expeot to
receive, the co-operation of the beat man
of both political partiee, bnt we ehall
have no coalitiona looking to the die
tribntion of apoila and patronage. If
we ancoeed, aa ve believe we ahall, we
intend that every cent, principal and in
teract, of the debt of Lonialana ahall be
paid, and we intend to pay it with the
money which oan bo aaved by driving
from power the ringatera who are fatten
ing on na, while diahonoring the State
tor which they profeea ao much regard.
We intend to p«t boneet and competent
men into office, and wa intend that life,
liberty and property ahall be aa aecure
in the Stale of Loniaiana aa it ia in the
State of Ohio.
The Springfield i'nion aaya: We really
would not adviae any member of the
Honae of Bepreeontativae who ia at all
aoliciteue about renomlnatlon and re
election to vote for the reetoration of
the franking privilege. If he ia an ex
ceptionally good Representative, his oon
atituenta may overlook it in him, but it
oertainly will not etrengthen their con
fidence in him. It may be a email mat
tar. aa Senator Edmnnda aaya, but it ia a
grab all the same, and there ia no reaaon
in the world why the Gongreaenien and
their oenatituenta ahonld not be upon
preciaely the same footing in regard to
the aae of the United 8tatee maila.
A gentleman poeaeaaing great wealth
died the other day at St. Peterabnrg, and
bequeathed the whole of hia fortune to
Philippopolia, the chief tewn of Eaatera
Hoamelia where he waa born. The
money ia to be applied to the foundation
of public inatihitiona of general intereet,
there being at present nothing of the
kind in Eaatern Benmelia.
The Lancaater Examiner aaya: How
weuld ltandall and Watteraon—a pro
tection head and a free trade tall—do for
the Democratic ticket in 1884? Thia
arrangement, with a platform baaed on
the Hancock theory of "the tariff aa a
local iaoue," would eeem to let in n
gleam ot hope on the eombre situation.
Whole oommnnltieo in ths West are
signing petitions for ths pardon of Un
ion, the assassin of Qultean. Becanae
the Bev. S. 8. MeMabon, of Rising
Ban, Indiana, was the only man in the
plaoo who refnaod to sign, ths sentiment
igainat hia is aa strong thst he may
have to give ap his shush.
EASTS© DISPATCHES,
The Steamer Golden Cltj Bnrntd
off Xeapkli-OTer Twenty Lives
Lott.
Mkui'bih, March 30.— The ateamer
Golden City, whan approaching tba
wharf this morniog at 4:30 o'clock, wu
diaoovered to be on fir# by Second Engi
neer Robert Kelly, who immediately
notified Captain Parcell, tbe pilot oa
watch. The boat wu headed for ahore,
and fonr minutes afterward tonohed tbe
wharf at the foot ef Beal atreet, where a
number of coal flata were moored. ▲
line waa thrown haatily and made faat to
one of tbe bargee. Tbe current being
swift, it soon parted, and the burning
ateamer floated on down tbe river, a
maaa of flames with many of tbe paaeen
gera and crew aboard, who were unable
to reach ebore aad were loet. The Oold>
en City left Kew Orleans on Saturday,
en route for Cinoinnati. She carried a
srew of about sixty 'and bad about forty
cabin paeaengers, fifteen of whom were
ladies and nine children. Tbe cargo oon
aieted of 300 tone, among which waa a
ioi oi jute, id wmcn toe nre originated.
Th» fire wu ceaied by a watohman
accidentally aetting flra to a lot ol jata
that wu atortd amidahipa. Sha bad jut
whiatltd to land aod tha watchman want
among tha deck puuogara to notify
tbtm that Memphis wu being ap
proubad, whan tha bottom of bia lamp
dropped into tha jata, and in a few mo
mmta tha flamea bad apread all over the
ueck of the ataam*r. Puroell, the pilot,
eecaped by climbing over the front end
of the pilot-home, u the fire wu all in
the rear of him when the ateamer
touched the wharf.
Among thoee known to ba loat are Dr.
Monaban and wife, of Jaokaon, Ohio;
Mra. Crary, ol Qjnoinnati; Miaa Laella
Crary, of Cincinnati; W. K. Sterne, wife
and two ebildren; Oliver Wood and
wife, of Ilendaraon. Kentucky; Mra.
Anna Smith, of Mauachuaelte; Miaa
Campbell, Mra. Bairn Percival and Mra.
L. £. Konntz and thru children. The
booka being loat, it ia impouiblo to
gather a oomplate lint. All the officer!
are aaU except Seoond Engineer Kelly.
He gave the alarm and remained at bia
poat until enl off by tha flamea, which
apraad like lightning, aacrificing hia life
to aeve othera*. Nearly all the oabin and
dtck crew aaved themaeivu. Stowe'a
circna wu taken aboard at Vedalia,
Louiaiana, and aiz oagu of animala and
birda, together with the tioket and baad
wagona, tenta and horata ware loat.
The Arctic Search.
WunixoroN, Maroh 30. — Secretary
Hunt received a cable uieauge from
Lieutenant Harber, at Irkootak, atating
that the officer of the ateamar Lena
wanta a large price for the vaaael from
Jane 27 to September 17, with a guar
antee agaiuat lou. Ilarber ia negotia
ting for another ateamer, and uya that
if he doea not take a ateamer be will
start an eipadition to aearcb the oout
from the Jaaa to the Lena delta, and
from Olenk to the delta. When the
delta ia cloaed the offlcera will aearoh
thoroughly with boeta, having a provia
ion depot near Btolberg rook. No nawa
from Melville. Will take provlalona tor
hia partiea and oontinue to aearoh for a
ateamer adapted for tboroa|b work.
Secretary Hunt aeat a meaaage to Her
bar to charter another ataamar on the
beat terma ha oould make.
The following cablegram from Lieu
tenant Danenhower, dated at Karula
jorak, March 10, bu been received here
by bia biothat: "Ejee better; will
travel alowly."
More Star Route Corruption.
Washington, March 31.—Representa
tive Manning ssys of his rMolutloo,
adopted by the Houie yeetsrdsy, oalliog
for information in regsrd to the present
relations of the Louisiana Stat* Lottery
with the Poatoflioe Department, that be
expects to ahow tbat the suspension of
the order interdicting the nee of the
maila in ths interest of tba Louisiana
lottery was intimately connected with
the passage of the Star Rants Deficiency
bill in the spring of 1880, and tbat
it was corruptly obtained by Oeneral
Brady and the great ring contractors in*
terested in the dtfioleney appropriation.
Msnning also ssys there is every reason
to believe tbat the lobby employed by
tbe lottery oompany was strong enough
to defeat tbe measnra necessary to ths
Star roate ring, and tbat a combination
of the two inflasooea seonred ths suc
cess of the Deficiency bill and ths order
rescinding ths intsrdict on the lottery
company.
Her father Wu Hone.
St. Louis, Msrch 30.—The Republi
can't Independence (Mo.) special asya:
Two young farmers, A. H. Allison and
Eugene Chilton, called Isst night upon
ths daughter of Major T. F. Eddlngton,
near thia city. During ths svsning
Cbilton, who wu drunk, chargsd Major
Eddington with bating threatened his
life, drew a pistol and firsd. Allison
ran away, but Cbilton continusd ths at
tack. Eddington procured a pistol and
reiurnsd the fire. Cbilton ran, crying
tbat be waa ahot. Eddington returned
to the honee and awaited all sight a re
newal of the attaok. In the morning
Chilton's dead body was fqpnd near tbe
bouse. The Coroner's jury justified ths
killing, but Eddington waa arrsated.
The President's Reception.
Washington, March 30. — President
Arthur's first publio reception resolved
itself into a popular demonstration, in
which all tbe scsnss and Incidsnts of a
Nsw Ysar's Day crush earns to one like
an old familiar play. Ths President
wore a full suit of blsck, with low-cut
Test and white gloves. In ths sarlisr
part of tba reception Mrs. Frellngbuy
een stood next to ths Prssidsnt, but
when Mrs. Qrsnt arrived she resigned
tbat position. All the prominent people
in the city were present, and ths crush
was so grsat at ths close of tbe reception
tbat aevsral ladiss fainted in ths room.
Eeward Paid.
St. Louis, March 30.—Governor Crit
tendon has paid ths $6000 reward which
waa offsrsd for Clarsnoe Hite, who waa
recently captured in Kentuoky, and
pleaded guilty to assisting in the Win
etou train robbery near Kaaaas City,
snd who is now in the Psnitentiary. H.
H. Crsig, of ths Kansas City Police,
and J. B. Timberlake, Sheriff or Mar
shal of Clay oounty, are ths lusky re
cipients of ths handsosss sum.
A Sensation Created.
Chicaoo, March 31. — A ssasation
wu created in ths Criminal Court this
morning, whsn ths case of Orifier wu
being trisd. It is a esse Involving lbs
corruption of jurors. The utonlsbing
revelation wu mads that Jesae Ship
herd, one of ths jurors in ths prsunt
esse, had been oorrupted. The oounael
on both sides at onoe refused to proceed
further before this jury.
Stalwart Wtih father to tbe
Thought.
Bottom, March 30.—A atatement,
made on tba authority of ex-Collector
Mnrphy of Naw York, ia being ragardad
with mingled feelinga of aatoniahmant
and incredulity In Waahlngton, accord
ing to a TravtlUr apacial. It la that
Jamea O. Blaine bimdetcrmined to
adopt tha clerical pnmaaion, and will
ahortly enter tba field aa a preaebar of
tha Coogragatlonal Chnrob. It ia atatad
that Blaine haa been adviaed by Henry
Ward Baaober. Blaine vaa interviewed
tonight and aaya tha atory ia tba coocoo*
tion of an Idiot.
Bboibone Indian Agent Bnapended.
Washington, March 30. — Secretary
Eirkwood haa written to Congreaaman
Gaaaidy of Nevada that ha baa aoapaidad
Agent Hewe, ot tha Weatarn Shoabone
Agency, and that hla aoconnta are un
dergoing inveatigation by a apedal offi
cer of tba government, detailed for that
pnrpoae. The Secretary alao atatea in
hia letter that all jnat elaima of aettlera
agalnat tba Agenoy will be promptly*
paid by tbe government aa aoon aa they
ahall be audited aid allowed by aaid
apacial offleer.
A Democratic Legislature.
Texkton, N. J., March 31.—When th*
Governor'* r»to of th* Jersey City Water
Grant bill, (aid to be in th* Interest of
railroad*, waa oalled op la th* Houie
yesterday, a member informed th* body
that b* bad In hi* possession $500 of
f1000 promised if b* would rot* foi th*
paasage of th* bill, notwithstanding th*
veto of th* Governor. A aomuitt** of
InTNtigatlon wai appointed.
Gnlteaa's Bill or Exceptions.
Washington, March 30.- In th* bill
•f exception! in th* Gilteau case th*
•xoeption* ar* to the noa-admlaaion of
oartain evidence and th* rnling* of lb*
Judge. Th* bill, wb*n oompleted, will
fill two quarto volumea of abont 1000
pag** **cb. Th* DUtrict Attorney in
t*nd* to preaent the bill for hearing on
th* 24th of April, th* first day of tha
nut term.
I ♦ * i
The lnter-8tate Commerce Bill.
Wahminoton, March 30.—lteagan, af
ter thr*e daya' argument in favor of tha
Inter-State Commerce bill, offend a res
olution in committee that it waa the
aenae of the Committee that aome meas
ure relating to inter-8tate commerce
ahould be reported immtdiately alter
the Hirer and Harbor bill. Th* reeolu
tion wh unanimously signed.
Will Dlrldt tbe KmponiJtMlilj.
Wakuixoton, March 30.—H. T. Mer
rick baa qualified as speoisl attorney for
the government in th* 8tsr rout* caae*.
Colonel Bliss **ya the appointment of ao
pronouncid and distinguished a Demo
crat as Mtrrick waa intended to enforce
tbe atatement of Attorney General
Brewster "that there should be no
politica in tbe prosecution in tutura."
Reaction Against Sergeant Xaion.
Cuicaoo, March 30.—The Evtninj
Journal't Washington dispatch saya a re
action ia astting In in pnblio aentiment
regarding Sergeant Mason. Thinking
people recognize in bis case a willful
violation of the law by one aworn to sup
port, and while the Court-martial deois
ion is deemed too .aavere it 1* thought
Maaon abould b* properly punished.
Seller or Frank Sonle.
Wasuinotok, March 30.—The Senate
today paaasd a bill releasing F/ank
Souls, late Collector for the Firat Dis
trict of Cslifornia, and bis sureties, from
liability to tbe government. It appeara
that tbe subordinstes of Soule embez
zled 911,741 of tbe funds of tbeoffloe.
BORN.
In Elko, March 33, to the wife of Wm,
liuutor, ft son.
~ DIED.
In San Franclaco, Maroh 37, Mr». Maria
Klliaba, ft native of Ireland. aged 40yean.
In Eareka, March 38, John Qrennan,
aged 5'J Tiirit
At Cherry Creek, March 18, Mr*. Han
nah Keogh, aged 71 yean.
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Location of principal place of buetneee
San Pranclaco, California.
Location of worke, Virginia Mining District,
Storey comnty, Nevada.
Motica la hanky given. that at ft meeting of
tbe Bonrd of Dlnctora, held on the twenty,
ninth day of March, 1883, an aenennent (No.I)
of Twentv Ceate (Me) per eban wae levied
upon tbe capital etoek of the corporation, pay
able lam ediataly, in United Statee gold eoln, to
the Secretary, at the aOee of tbe Company,
Room 83, Nerada Block, No. 80S Bontgomaiy
atreat, Ban Praneleco, Oallfomla.
Any atock nixn which thla aaeeeement eball
remain nnpald on the alxth day of Bay, ISO,
will be delinquent, and advertlaed tor eaieat
pnbUc auction, and on lees payment la made
befcre, will be eold on BONvAT, tbe fifth day
of JUNE, 1881, to pay the delinquent aaani
ment. together with coeta of edvartiafag and
neeeof aale.
order of the Board of Director*.
0. P. GORDON, Secretary. .
OOoe—Boon », Nevada Block, KB Boat
street, Baa Fiaactooo, Cal. mgltd
VIGOR IT POWDER.
EIPERIEIOE ARB USE HAVE PROVED FOR TIE VIBORIT POWDER I
Pint—That it U lifer for transporting and handling than any other Nitro-glyeerine
Powder made.
Beoond—That with an equal explosive power it ia very free from hurtful famee.
Third—That it ia maoh leee affected by being frosen.
Fourth—That it oan be tightly tamped without riak of explosion.
THE RISKS OF ACCIDENT WILL BE VERY 8REATLY LESSENED,
If not altogether oreroome, by a general nie of thia Powder in the Mines.
ttT" THE YIOOBIT POWDER COMPANY manufacture on the moet approved
scientlflo principles Tbkei Okadks or Powdm, known as Nos. 1,3 and 3 respectively,
designed for the different elaaaee of blasting, and warranted to bo superior to any
Powder in nse. The prioea for Vigorit will be the same as are aaked for the corre
sponding grades of Giant and Hercules.
Dy Beet quality of Fuse, and Single, Double and Triple Foroe Cap* sold at low
eat rate*.
Send for Pamphlet showing methods of teetlng the different qnalltiee of til
Powders, their relative strength, safety, eto. No oomparison baaed upon aclentlflo
inquiry or actual nse is feared.
CALIFORNIA VIGORIT POWDER COMPANY,
ENGLISH & WRIGHT, Agents,
> Jj26tf 117 Pine Street, Sid FrucUco, Cal.
MISCELLANEOUS.
GROCERY STORE I.
RICHARD MERCER,
MAIN STRUT. GOLD MILL.
FAMILY & FANCY GROCERIES
NOW ON HAND AND FOR IALK CHXAP
FOB 0A8H.
A Urn Aaaortmaat el OROCKR1ES AND
PBOVUUON8 direct boa Ue OalUornla Mar
keti, comprlaiat In put
TEAS, BUOAB8, COFFEE, SPICES
CAN FRUIT, DRIED FBUIT,
BYBUPB. OYSTERS, BICE
FLO OB. CANDLES,
BUTTER.
Provisions of All Kinds.
THE BEST OF WWES ANO LIOUORS
AT WBOLBULB AND BRAIL
VIQKTABLIS AND FRUITS.
IVOoodi DoUrerad Free of Charge.
Iro RICHARD MEBCTB.
F. W. FOLSOM,
(Haoc*a*or to Boblnaoa k Foliom,)
Wholoaale and ReUll Dealer la
PB0Y1BI0I8, Etc.
SOLI AQK3T IN OOLD HILL FOB MBA
KILLT CHAMPAUNK
BAKING POWDER,
JIBS BUT IN TBB MARKET — ONL1
rtqalrM balf the qaaatlty of My other kind.
£LL PARTIES INDEBTED TO THX LATK I
b. •< HUIUNIMM OrOLOOK >n imM IV |
CALL AND SETTLE
JIHKIB AOCOUNT8 WITHOUT DELAY
and mti coats. 4
V. N. HALL & CO.,
109 Main Street, Gold HUl,
y^HOLUAlil AID KIT AIL D CALEBS
H A R D W AR E
OP KVKKT DESCRIPTION.
Sheet Iron,
Copper and
0
Tin Work
Of.tl] kind* dona to order at ibort notice. ,
tr TOOLS A ^FtOIALTY. "W
HA8BROUCK A HALL,
(Hacceeeora to A. B. Stewart A Oo.)
Druggists & Apothecaries,
SOS Ml SlrMW.
GOLD BILL. .... NEVADA
—MAEXM Ot—
PURS DKDflR.
CHEMICALS,
MEDICINES,
TOILET Aad
FANCY ARTICLES.
Hubronck A Hill daalra to Mil eepeclal at
tention to Um Ami that tbey bare eetablltbed
connection vltb tba telephone iritam of Hio
rr7 countjr. and are thereby enabled to reealve
and All with dlapatcb order* from an/ portion
of tba country.
Prcacrlptlona filled at all boon, day or nlcbt,
by a thoroughly oom patent perton. 13
JOHN JONES, JR.,
DRUGGI8T,
Main St, Gold HilL
ASSESSMENT^ NOTICE.
Scorpion Silver Mining Go.
AlWNliilT HO. II.
Aw—C.................. IS Ceata ht »tai*
Larl^..M.MM..MM«...H....Rarek St 1HW
DoIlM April 13, 1«S
Day «TSal*..... War 4, IMSt
USO. R. traiTET. Secretary.
Oflea—Boon U. Mo. no PI* Sutk
rraodaoo, OaUfarnla. awtltt
MISCELLANEOUS.
cm
RAIL WAV
THE }
Chicago & North-Western
RAILWAY
II til* OLDEST! BEST CONSTRUCTED I BEST
EQUIPPED I tod bcooo the
LEADING RAILWAY
— OF THE —
VIST AND NOBTHWIBT!
It la lb* tHOET. ICRE and makk KOUTI
Mvm
COUNCIL BLUFFS,
— AND —
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE
And all polnta KAHT, aacb u
Nliiart Valla. Now York. Philadelphia,
IIMNi Waablaataa. Raltjaaar*,
niltkarili! Meaireal,
Taraalai llelralt,
Cl0TtlRR(li
At Council Blaffi tba Tralna of tba Chicago
A Nortb-Weetern and the U. P. H'jra depart
from, arrive at and dm tbe it mo tofnt Union
Depot.
At Chicago, cIom connection* are made with
tba Lake Shore, Michigan Cant raj. Daltlmora k
Oblo, Ft. Wtjna and PannajlTanla, and Chi
cago A Grand Trunk B'jra, and tbe Eankakaa
add Pan Baadla Kontaa.
Pallaaa Palaoa DravliisRooaiCan
Ara ran on all through tralna of thlt rail.
It la tb« ONLY ROAD bilwMi
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND CHICAGO
Upon whlcb la ran tbe celebrated
Pullman Hotel Dining Oars
InaUt npon Ticket AfaoUatllloc joa Ticket*
Ttatblaroad. ExamineyoorTicket*,andrafnaa
to baj If they do not read orer tba Caicafo k
North Weatarn ttallvar.
If jou wlab tbe Beat Traveling icoommoda.
Uoue iuu will buy yonr Tlekrt* br tbla Koala
P»"AND WILL TAK* NONE OlHEB.
All llckit Agent* **11 Tlcketa by tbla Line.
ntAHVIN HUHIIITT.
mhW 3d V. P. A Hen'l M.rn'r, Cblcaco.
LYONS & MONAHAN
DEALERS IN
WOOD AND COAL.
T«rd-OiH*ll*: tka V. & T. 014 D«m,
VIRGINIA CITY.
TJJTOOD COT AND split ant lknoth
" deelred and delivered il ihort notlw.
Ttf. lie lit Wood Id the Virginia Market can now
bo mn it oar Yard. Before purcbailog an
Inferior article, call and examine oar itock.
We are alao Agrnu for the Celebrated
EXCELSIOR POWDER,
Tka moat powerful Nitroglycerine In tbe mar
ket. It bae leu nozlooi fa dim tbin in j other
powder manafactared. Try it and be ooo
Tlnead. Tkie U not a ao cillcd Hafetr Powder,
bat A HTANDAHD NlTHO-ULYUKHlNK HIUH
KXPLOitl VK. Kin log men will find It to tbelr
advantage to giva tka Kxoalaior Powder a trial.
LYONS A MONAHAN.
profflee-At tka Yard. Main Offle. at J. 0.
CUKRira AUCTION HOUBJt, Booth 0 eUcat.
• tr
THE NEVADA BANK
OP BAN FRANCISCO.
JAN rSABOISOO... CALIFORNIA
PaM .'■» Ob vital •S.MM.MO-OaM
>inm(U. H. Bud*).... Tiffttitftft HiH
kftau*t Vtnrtal*.H*nd»,.. |{j \ bJSSt"
IS*" Boj» tod Mill Kttbtnr* tod Tel*frmphle
Tnu)if«r*. I mom Ootouarclal ud TrtrtUrt'
Credit*. TbU b*ak baa ipacUl (kdlltlet fat
dMl.od la bullion. itf
L. B. FRANKEL,
Ocnci-Htli atr*«C< G«M BUI, JaM
■Mm Ik* Baak •fOallknh.
nWU BOUGHT, MOLD AND CAB*
BHD ON DIABGINS.
1 B
DR. A. CHAPMAN,
L8URCION
> DENTIST,
mm H(M« Cltjr, t t rsllknll.
PinnuMct); located at YlrjrlnU City.
OFFICE —160 Booth 0 Btubt. Bat*
•faction guaranteed. 90
mmmss
PBOKPTLT DOM At
■UCIIUIMDI.
STEVENSON'S
%
MHI MM iMrt
AMALGAMATING FAN..
PATBNTID, ARIL If, 18TI.I
PbllMUiphU, IPC.
4
i
AWAKDKD VIRMT PRUU^H
—rot am nmons- '
firiadlBf aid iBAlfaaailaf Paa.
rTWIS PAN » FAR BUPKitlOR TO ALL
_JL ottM ta teveral Important particular.
Tbe Grinding Mullen in Bttr tta Otatar, re
quiring lew powtr. Tta plow -abapad pww
ralee tta qalckttlver with tbe palp retulerlj.
with lett power, wttboat vloleoce. tad wtu
better amalgamating effect, be»ldte tdmlttlng a
larger ataiya. The lacllaed-tbtpod hooatnge
of lilt muller-pltte openlcgt efficiently foree
tbe palp directly under the mebere.
Hannhctarrd at the Oolden luu tad Miaan'
Iran Workt, WT to Ml Vint etreet, tea K»
claco, tad ti Um Ottaa A BtovlUe Iron Workt,
H aoatt Otntl tmt, Cblctgo, who* It eta ta
extmlned tad farther particular* ba laarsW;
or paraoaa my ipplr to tba lavtator tad Pat.
wtaa. 0. 0. BTBVEN80N, at tba Donglaa Mill.
Gold Hill, UtTtdt, wbara tba Paat hire loaf
btaa la optntlon.
THE cm BAKERY,
RESTAURANT.
Ooareetlonerr Aid CAidj Depot,
Na. 117 North O Htraat, VI relate,
nnra an elegant amortmknt ot
" HOLIDAY GOODd. TOrt.atadlta.OiM.
menti for Table, Ornimeatal, Proetad tod
Plain Otkeaof til klndt. daacrlptloat tad d»
■Irat, tod tt pricat to anil everybody.
At wo Import tU oat »oode direct from tta
Kut, we oto offer then atprlcee tba ttma tt
tbtisad la Now fork, tad at Itat ttaa >ta
Franclaoo rttet.
Oratmeatt for Otktt a tpedalty.
tWIce Oretm tad Blrtwtarrlee tad Creta.
Abo Btrawborriee by tba box, tt wholeatlt or
retail.
VM~ Oar candle* tre manufactured by oar
•elvet freeb every day, tad tre far tapertor to
lis ported ctodlee.
PITZKKIIR * AEMBRU8T.
Propria to re City Btkery,
Bo, tt North 0 etreet, Virginia, Nevada.
II la
RENO FOUNDRY,
RENO. NEVADA.
X1DR PROPRIETOR OP THE V1E0INIA
JL PODNOKY, having parcbttad tbe Reao
Foundry, tad eontolldtled It with the former,
will hereafter atyle tbe workt tta
Beio foundry and Machine Worki.
Tbtt eetablUhment la aow prepared to do a
teoeral Foundry bualnaaa, Including every da
Kriptloa of
Uaatlaaa la Irsa aad Braee. Far«1a«,
aad Machine Work,
it lower prloee tbaa eta ta obtained eltewbere.
Drtwlnga tad eetlmatae torulabad wbea re
lulled.
By itrlct tttentloa to boelneet. aad with a
thorough knowledge of the work required, tta
proprietor bopet to merit tta conddrace of tbe
trade, aad reepectful ly eollclta tbe patronage of
nMI aad mining man.
deB ANDREW BRAWBR. Pra»r.
THE PALACE SALOON.
TNOHU E. FINCH *
ETAS REMOVED Hid SALOON TO
H... .
e ato a•
NO. V NORUI C HTREETi
TROINIA CITY...* NEVADA
Where eta ta fooad tta beet of
WINEt, LIQUOR! AND CIQARS.
'WO PINE BILLIARD TABLES
AMD READING ROOM
ooQtctrd with the bonee. Pleott etll tad
14m T. E. PINCH. Utal,
HOSTETTER'S
CELEBRATED
STOMACH
BITTERS
H08TBTTBBU HTOMACII BITfKRS U
tb* (TMt booHbuld madlclM of tb*
American p*0pl*. aod U taken evarywbera II ■
itAfoard «t(»iuft tpld*mlci tod aodimica, u •
remedy for dj*p*pfla. bllloasoMI and llTtfB
UrltlM of tb* bowali. m a ran for ebllli ud
fe**r sod rbramttlo ellmanU. u 4 MdatlT* Id
oerroat mcl. sod u • graeral InTlguraut ud
r««tor*(lTe.
For Ml* by all Drngglat* awl,Dwlcr* rto
•rally. ■
C. W. CRANE,
PURCHASING ACKNT,
btabllshed la I8M.
PBR80K8 RBSiDiNo away ntoK ba*
Kruclico, In want o( any utlol* ot
Omt or (Mil. cab btr» tb*lr order* dllad
promptly, and at tb* rm lowaat eaab prlc**,
by addraialm tb* aad*ni>a*d.
0. «. CRAM*.
Ill Pto* «i**t. Boom H. and 10 Laid«ador*
«C ■aarranel—o. Oal. )yUtf
VOOD MD COAL DEPOT I
N'^R&'ssasvj.'sr ra
•opplyof
ROCKY MOUNTAIN COAL
On hud aad for aala at tb* LOWBST OAM
man.
VCLL WEIGHT AND NIABDU
UDARANTBKD.
Wood aavod at abort ootlo* aid atlmTralw
OmaX—l*ar Railroad Dapot, Gold R1U.
ttm THOMAB BAIXaqhBB.
STARTLING
DI8COVERY!
LOST MANHOOD RUtORKD.
A tIc ilm of youthful tanradtaaa eaoatsf
rna»tnr*D*eay, Samoa Ability. Lost Ma».
hood, *ta, barlnf triad la rata **ary r
■■niilT.bAa lllannrai ail ■ alwpla aalf 111

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