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BATPBPAT. : : : : ; : APKIL 8, 1883 AOTICB. Owing to the great depreesion is bnai sou iot«r««U of tbia towli, the stagua tion of mining industries in this district and unfavorable proa pacta (or the near (slit*, the Nrwa Pnbliahing Company baa decided to auspend farther publica tion ot tbe Gold Hill Daily Nm until July next. " BOTWTIJiU" THE CBIHMK. Tbe Virginia Chronicii ol laat evening advieea the people to organise for th« purpose of "boycotting" tbe Chineae, and make* tbe aaaertion that had tba Miller bill become a lav it "would hava recommeaded tbe method it now pro poaes in order to get rid of tbe yellow army now inflating tbe ooaat." Of •ouree it ia not in earnest. To tboea who have read ita opinions dnring the time tba anti-Cbineae bill baa been be fore Congreaa. and later, when in tba handa of tba Prveident for hia signature, tba faoetioasoesa of the Chronicl* ia ap pareat. Tbe veto of the Cbineee bill meeta the approval of tbat journal. Tba benefit to revert to the Democracy by tbe ection o( Arthur ia, in ita opinion, •( incalculable benefit, and tbe relief demanded by labor ia aecondary in im portance to Democratic succeas at the polls. ll is conceded to b* tb* J Mir* of th* p*opl* ol lb* whole PaciAo oout, 1m ■pKiin ml parly tiea, to pmnl th* im migration ol Chin***, and tha agitation of tba qaeatioa will not ctaaa until tba drair*d lawa art oblainad and tbia Aaiatic carta la pr*v*nt*d from farther contain inating our labor int»rrata. Tba legia lation aoagbt la to prevent their coming, and not to interfere with tboaa already here, who are privileged to remain. Leat aome of lb* incendiariat gatherera of inaplration from th* colomna of tb* CAnmicU ahould tail to perceive tb* humor of ita article and eonaider th* "boycotting" reeommeadation aa given in good faith, it ia well to atate that while that ayatem in vogna in Ireland may meet tb* demand* of tb* aituation in that nnbappy eoantry, no each barber one practie* will b« tolerated on th* Coaiatock, and p«r*ona having that ob ject in view may apara themaelvea tb* troobl* of organizing. It ia tb* privi l*g* of *v*ry man to patronize wbomao •ver he pleaaea, and it will ha com mendable to employ whit* labor to th* •scloalon of Chineae; it woald aleo be an effectiv* method of aettling th* vezed qneetion, bat it ia a mietake to anppoae that peraona, however zealona in the canae of auppreeeiag th* *vil of Chin*** competition, will b* permitted to dictate to otbera what conrae tbey ahall paraoe. and th* ChrvnicU ia well a war* of tba fact. Let the editor of that journal take th* initiative and ceaae to patronise Chinaman and hia friend* will follow the ezampl*. Philadelphia Prrst: Secretary Fr* linghnyaan baa been in offlc* a boat thr** m*nth*. In that time h* baa made a botch of th* South American negotia tions by publiahing aecret inatructions at a critical moment of tha negotiationa; h* haa knocked th* id*a of a peac* coa greas on the head by rushing diapatchea on th* eubject into print; he haa injured na with Peru by printing as the ofBcial otterance of orir Miniater, Chrlstiaocy'a confidential <-jiamenta on affairs there, and by aheer lack of fore* h* has put us into th* antanabl* attitude of conaenliog to lh* imprieonmenl, without charge* or trial, of Amcrioan citizen* ia Ireland, by publiahing th* incomplete negotiations oa th* subject. Many complainta appear in the En gliah papere ol the auuoyances which people iri forced to endare when riding in the street cars. Recsnlly a woman entered a Sheffleid car boring in her arms a lively young pig, which forth with began to equeal vociferouely. Thia ■at a oonpia of rooatara in tha othar and o( tha car to crowing, which provoked • number ol babiaa into ecr earning. Than tha othar paaaengera began proteating, and in tha midat ol tha tumult tha pig bit its mietreea' linger to tha bona, at which aha ottered a jell which might have waked tha dead. The action of tha Democrats with re gard to the Chinaaa bill ia thna deacribed by tha New York Tribute.- "With all their ahow of zeal, they prefer that no bill aball become a law provided tbej can fit the responsibility of failure upon tha Bepublicana. Tba insincerity of tha Democrats is all their action upon tha Chineaa question is proved by tha in troduction of a meaaure which will al aoat certainly encounter a veto should it paaa tha honaaa of Congreaa. For two whole deya tha Democrats in the Uoasa bad been hugging themselTee with joy over tha Prasidsnt'a veto of tha anti-Cbines« bill." Now it is the people of the Hub who are taking tha Administration to task. Boaton ia eicited at the removal of her Collrctor of Cuatoma ta make room for a Stalwart. Mr. Beard, tha retiring Collector, hss received tba support of lbs buaineea men ,in asking bis reten tion. bat aa ha ia a Half-breed, and Mr. Worthingtoo, hia opponent, is a ataunch sapporur c. Stalwertism, advocated the Domination of Grant, and baa upheld the Administration in hia paper, tha Boston TVnwUrr, it waa useless to ob jeat. Tha Kev. George C. Miln's lectures In Chioago crowd tha largest theatre on Sundays, and be la about organizing a congregation from thia numeroua follow ing. About half tha membsrship of Unity Unitarian Church, of which ha waa pastor for. a few months after hia withdrawal from Congregationalism, are •auotsd oa to stand by him. Aj giving an idem of the prewar* brought to bear to influxi • veto of the anti-Chineae biU, the, following re ts a* ka of a promloMt buiintee man in the Eaet will do for illoitntioa : "The Cbineee bill wu a terrible commercial miatake, and the Preeident did a good thing to veto it. Tha merebanta have not bacn beard in thia matter ; only tha politieiana have had their aaj, Tbia bill oomea to the Chinaaa like a alap in tha face, and they are eplrited aa well aa diplomatic. The bill would be a eeriooa blow to oar oommeroe. We want the Chineee in tbia ooantry. They are heweraof wood and draweraof water, and that ia what we need. That bill wu aimply prepared to pleaae a few aand-lot politieiana. It waa the moct crazy, ahort-aighted and idiotio legialation ever attempted." With much of each pree ■ore aa the foregoing, beaked by the ad* rioe of Orant, brought to bear npon a man of Arthar'a indeciaion of character, it ia not aarpriaing he vetoed the bill. The 81. Loaia polio* believe that they bar* at last captured old man Bandar. Tha arraat waa mada oa Tueedey, bat tha affair waa kept aaorat. Herman H. Oraaa, who in 1871 knew tha Bandar family—being aUtloned in tha army near where they lived—dlaoovered one ot theaa person*, John Bender, in a akiff •n North St. Lonla river. When ar reated Bender gave the name of John Boctie. It the appreheoaion of " Old Man Bender" ia to continue, it behoovea men approaching tha age of that o»Nb rity who are likely to atrav from tha locality where they are known to pro Tide theaiaelvea with credential*. An old, demented Daniah Mormon atrayrd from a San Pete, Utah, aettlement and waa picked np by offlciale from a neigh boring town who failed to recognize him. He waa unable to make hiueelf nnderetood, waa recognised aa Bender and ehipped to Kanaaa, where he waa tnrnad loose when the miatake waa dis covered. Tha Albany Journal aaya: The mania for giving Grant men offloe aeema to rnn eo high at Washington that a *t*no grapher ot tan yeara' a tending ia dia placed by Speaker Keifer ao that another ehort-band writer, who aaaiated in com piling the "Life ot Grant," aball have a berth in the Honae. If the friende of the great eoldier want to degrade him in the eyea ot the people they have only to keep on their preeent oonree. It will not aeonre a third term, even II Grant men are given appointmente from Maine to Teiaa. The maaaea of the people do not care to hold offioe for tbemaelvea, bat they have emphatio objection* to the reearrection ot a minority by the eyetematio diepeneation of patrouage. Nothing makee a political element eo unpopular as evidence that ita only ob ject la to get at tha apoila. The New York Time* of yeeterday givea Chandler and Teller, the leteet ee lections for Arthnr'a Cabinet, the fol lowing " puff." The Time* ie an ad minlatration organ, but aoma of Artkur'a acta arc too much for even Stalwart en daraoce. In an editoriel it eaya: » Should the railroad afflliationa ot Tel ler, in hla adminiatration ot the Interior Department, operate adveraely to the publio interests, or the reputation of a jobber, enjoyed by Chandler, be vindl oatcd in the Navy Department, nobody is likely to enfler mora from it than Preeideot Arthur. He oerUinly appre hende no euch blot on his administra tion aa tha reeult ot the admlaaion of either of the two new membera to hia Cabinet, and ordinary fairness demands that hia choaen agenta ahould not be judged ia advanca of their official record." a The New York rout eaya: Many Pree* idente have tried to atrengtben their party by diatributing the offlcea exolu eively among ita membera, and all theee attempt* have failed ultimately in doing the party any good. But no Preeident haa aver tried to build up one faction In a party againet all othera by arbitrary removala and appointmeota without aeriouely hurling hla faction, hia party, and himaelf. It la aaid that Preeident Arthnr uniformly followa the advice of membera of Congreaa in theaa matter*. If he doea ao, ha will aoon find many of tbam very dangeroua counaellora, and he labora under a great miatake if he thinka that they can relieve him of hia reeponal bility for the exerciee ot tha Executive power. The many eooietiee (or the coloniza tion of Paleatiae wbioh exist in Bon mania bare aov Uken practical atepa toward beginning a well-equipped emi gratian o! aettlere with capital from Ronmania to Paleetine. A movement to tba lika effect ia on loot in Rnaaia. A correspondent on tba Itotaian border believea that mora tban 1000 Jewiab (amiliea are prepared to embark in agri caltora and Banutaatnrea in Palaatina. Tba Philadelphia Prtu givea come wholeeome advice to Wade Hampton: It ia a doll Una whan thera ia not at leaal ona Southern Senator aaeking eomebody'a gore. Tbia time it ia Sana tor Hampton altar Senator Sherman, whom tba 8oath Carolina Senator abargea with baring aatborised a cam paign attack on bin. Senator Hampton waa onee kicked and eeverely damaged by a mala. Ha will do wall to let John Sherman alone. Governor Colqaitt baa pardoned Kate Southern, who killed Nareiaaa Cowart, bar rival la tba aff«Aiona of bar baaband in Georgia aoma yeara ago. She waa aantanoed to daatb for tba killing, bnt tba Governor, in reeponae to pelitiona from ovary State in tha Union, and in view of tha extenuating circnmatancee of tba oaaa, eommntad tha aentenoe to tan yeara' imprieonment. A Bepabliean 8enator who bu dined with every Praaidant tram Buchanan to Arthur, aaya that the latter bu given tba beat dinner ba ever aav at tha Executive Uaaaion. A 8«o Franoiaoo diipatch oonflrma the ramor thai the ChronieU baa changed hande. It aaya: The paper will paaa into tba baada of tba railroad oorpora tioni, rirala o( tba Faoiflo Cout railroad monopoly, and will ba under tba imme diate management of repreaentaUvea of tba rival oorporatiooa. It will aapport whatever anti-monopoly movement* may ba developed la tba coming campaign. A lady in Bocbaatar painted a plaqna In tba moat exqniiite manner and ex preaaad it to a friend. Boon attar a nota of acknowledgment came, in wbiob the lady atated that "it ia altogether too niea to naa every day, ao I only naa it for a bread plate when wa have com ply. " X Mtncheater (England) woman re cently lay down upon bar bad to aleep, and awoke a oorpea to all intantaand pnrpoaea, for aba lived only a faw mo menta. An examination abowed that a hairpin bad been driven mora than two Incbea into bar brain. Tba rellgioua revival in Kentuoky baa been ao thorough and general that the faahionabla young woman naa nota paper bearing tba legend, " Fraiaa the Lord." Mr*. Commodore Vanderbilt emphat ically denie« the report tb>t aha ii to be married to Dr. Nathan Bo it man imme diatalj alter Lent. A Milwaukee pbyeician claima that be weara a pair ot aboea made from tbe tanned akin of a negro banged at Albany, New York. 1 Tbe poet Longfellow bad a printing offloo of bia own, from which he aent bia effaaiona forth in oorrtot and proper form. WESTERH' DISPATCHES, Effigies Barned In Merced Lait Nlgbt Mkbcid, Cel., April 8.—Tbe people of Mirced continued oaatioaa in tbe *x prraaion of tbeir aentimrnta upon tbe terrible Infliotion caat upon tbem by tba veto of tbe Obineae bill until tbe newa reached tbam of tbe aotion of tbe Senate in anetaining tbe veto. Tben tbeir feel inga coald no longer be eappreeaed, and universal condemnation of tba Preaident for bia action ia ezpreeaed in pnblio and in private, and tbe citiitna determined to give empbaaia to tbeir aentimenta of indiuuttiou by banging Preaident Artbar in iffigy on tbe aame tree with an image drra«td aa a Cbinaman, which waa done Uat uigbt. Sailor* Drowned. San Fsancuco, April 8. —John Clark, tbe Mate of tbe codflabing acboonir H. L. Tiernan, wbicb, after miiaing ataya, atrnok on tbe Mile Bock end waa inbii qaently ran aebore at Lime Point, waa waabed off Mile Bock, on tbicb be jumped at tbe time tbe veaael atrnck, nod waa drowned. A Bailor named B. Sbeeban waa alio waabed overboard a few minntea latar and drowned. Tbe only tbinga aaved from tbe wreck have been the aaila and rigging. Body Found In the Bay, San Francuoo, April 8.—Tbe body of an unknown man waa recovered from tbe bay Soutb of Alcatraz Ialaad yeater day and taken to tbe morgue. Tbe re maina are tboae of a man about forty ycare of ice, five feet eigbt inebee in beigbt, dark balr, aandy muataobe, dark complexion and regular teetb. On tba back of bie right band ia tbe flgnre of an anchor, and on tbe left fortarm a wreatb encircling a beart with an arrow through tba oenter. A fatal Fall. San Fhancoco,April 8.—A boy named Charlie J. Kobler, living at 237 Steven aon atreet, and employid at Bancroft'* printing bouaa on Market atreet, yeater day fell through tbe elevator batob on the fifth floor end waa almoet inatantly killed by atriking on tba pavement in tbe baaiment. Tha lad waa flltaen yeara old. Street Bobbery la Daylight. San Fkanciico, April 8.—Yeaterday morning aa Cbarlea Farquell waa paaa ing aleng Market atreet he waa aet upon by John McAuliff, wbo knooked bim down and took a breastpin and cane away from bim and than fled. The robber waa ciptured. FOREIGN DISPATCHES, The Jeaniette'i Crew. Kbw York, April 8.—A Now York cable to tbo lltrold from Paris aaji: Coaat Ahlftldt t airgraph a from Irkatak: "Fravelo baa arrived bar*. Ha tails ma ba aaw Melville, Bartlatt and Winder* mau at Verkhojanak cn February 13tb (new style). Tbry were wltboot news Ifum tbeir mimiDg comrades, and were aboot to start north by reiodeer sledges in tbree parties. All were wall. Tbis same traveler passed Jsckson about 3000 Trrata north. Oar St. Peterabnrg oorrespeodaDt tel egraphs tbat tbe Emperor baa given In atraetione tbat Lieutenant Danenbower and bis companiona abonld bs brought down to Qataobiaa as soon as tbey arrive in 8t. Peterabarg, as be daairea to see tbsm and bid ibem welcome. Affairs In Spain. Madrid, April 7. — Correspondents state tbat tbe naval division baa arrived at Barcelona, alao tbree brifadaa ol tbe Army of tbe Baaqae provinces. An anonymoaa proclamation baa been circu lated, encouraging tbe tradesmen ot Barcelona to persevere In tbeir attitude ot opposition to tbe Fran oo-Span lab Treaty. . Locnsts Starring the Tnrki. London, April 8.— Tbe American Board ot Foreign Mlaaiena has been ad vised by cable from Constantinople tbat in a region of Turkey, tbree times as large aa llaaaaobuaatta, tbe people are atarving on account of tbe ravagee of locnsts. An urgent appeal for suooor is ■ads. MUcellaneoai. Beaux, April 7.—A bad impression ia produced bare by tbe nomination ot De Gareff as Busslan Miniater of Publio Inatruction. The new Miniater belongs to a eeetion of violent Slavopbilee. London, April 7.—The Mention Hsaaa fund for the relief of auffering Jews is Rusaia amounts to $330,000. St. Prtbbsbcbo, April 7.—A mine baa been diaeovared on the railroad be-, tween Moeoow and St Petersburg. HEW TOP AY. QUARTERLY REPORT -OF THX— COUNTY AUDITOR -or 8TOREY COUNTY -FOB THE— Quarter Ii41ac March Slit, 1881. Omcc or Cootttt Rmoonou ) akd Bz-Omcio Auoiroa, f Storey County, Ner.) 3MO THE HONORABLE BOARD OF [ County Commi**lon*rt of Storey oanty, Nerada: Gurrijucxx—In oompllanoe with l»w I herewith (obmit my Quarterly Report, •Lowing the ReoeipU and DlibareemeoU for Storey Coonty for qairter year ending March 31,1883. RECEIPTS. Balanoe on hand $121,290 74 Salary Fund—Paid by county officer. 3,MS 26 Virginia General Fnnd—Sale of liapntee in Virginia 4,368 66 Sheriff*! License Account—Bale of county iloeneee 8.117 13 Delinquent Taxee 1881—Paid by Diatriot Attorney 3,940 09 Aaaeeement Boll 1881—Collect ed by Treasurer 61 67 Gold Hill General Fund-Bale or Iloeneee in Gold Hill 688 60 Net Prooeedi Mluee—4th quar ter 1881, let quarter 1881... 4,736 63 Virginia School Fnnd—Bent of old bniiding 75 00 Common School Fund—Re ceived from State 11,874 10 Imuranc« Premium*—Beoeir ed from agent* 106 94 Fine* and Forfeituree—Fine* paid in by Juatlce of Peace* 163 35 Toll Boada—Percentage on groea collection 13 79 Doeket Fee* — Paid in by Connty Clerk 78 00 Indigent Fnnd—Money fonnd •n deceaaed at County Hot pital 31 50 Delinquent Poll Tax Account— Collected by Diat. Attorney. 8 00 Total rcceipta <155,066 06 Duly apportioned to the rariou* fund*. DISBURSEMENTS. Slat• Fun d— Paid to and for State $2,047 78 Viryinia School fund— Paid sundry warrant! 19,101 39 Gold Hill School Fund Pald sundry warraota 4,038 46 Judgt'i Salary Fund— Paid tfiree month*' salary 1,730 00 Trtaturtr't Salary Fund— Paid three months' salary 900 00 Cantingtnt Fund— Janitor and road expenses 283 50 Salary Fund— Paid taiaries oounty officers... 12,018 19 Virginia Gentral Fund— Streets $>,417 76 Police 2,766 66 Miscellaneous aec't 1,860 66— 7,633 86 Gold Hilt Gentrul Fund— Streets $692 86 Police 975 00 Miscellaneous 04 18 Fir* 960 00— 2,592 03 Gold Hill iltdtmplion Fund— Bonds redeemed ^000 00 Iatereet on same 826 00 Virginia Waltr Bond Fund— Bonds redeemed 29,000 00 Interest on same 1,900 00 Indigent Fund— Expenses of Hospital 6,066 18 Virginia Fin l)tpartmml~ Sundry expenses 4,870 22 Starry County Gent rut Fund— Jail expenses' $376 80 Rent 270 00 Indigent 4,059 22 Jury fees 600 60 Insaranoe 700 90 Coroner's fees 165 16 Printing and advsr Using accoant... 661 60 Rebate taxes 23 88 Justice fees 203 76 Stationery 221 98 Wood and ooal 432 60 Constables' fees.... 170 00 Miscellaneous aco't. 2,841 70— 10,120 08 Total disbursements $98,160 82 UCAMTCLATIOX. ' Receipts $156,066 06 Disbursements 98,160 82 Balance $66,916 24 The Treasurer's Report of March 31, 1882, exhibits cash on hand tn various funds as follows: Salary Fund $2,712 07 State Fund 604 91 Common School Fund 928 74 Virginia District School Fand.. 1,604 70 District Judge's Salary Fund.. 1,266 84 Treasurer's Salary Fand 8,772 87 Oeneral Fund 20,456 66 Contingent Fnnd 461*63 Indigent Fand 4,178 61 Virginia General Fnnd 12,332 89 Water Bond Bedomptioa Fund.. 615 43 Virginia Fir* Department Fund 4,234 90 Gold Hill General Fund 4,188 82 Gold Hill 3peclal School Fand.. 14 31 ToUl 957,111 68 L«u orardaftalbf Qald Hill School Fund....$73 CO Loaa orardralta of Oold Hill Redemption F'od 22 74— 90 34 BalADoe in Traitor? W6.S15 24 BmPmUqIIt iobmltted, WM. M. BBENNAN, Auditor Storey county, Narad*. Virginia, NaT., April S, 1882. W. N. HALL & CO., 1M Mala Street, fiold Hill, WBOLXSALI AMD BIT AIL PHI, KM in H A R DWAR E or xvzxt DnaRirriox. 8heet Iron, Copper and Tin Work Of."all ktnda dona to ordar at abort nolle*. vr TOOLS A JNOIALn. "« VIGORIT POWDER. EXPERIENCE ARB USE RAVE PROVED FOR TRE VIRORIT PONDER I First—That it la uler for tranaportlng and handling than anj other Nitro-glyMrlna Powder made. Seoond—That with an equal explosive power It la very froe from hnrtfnl famoe. Third—That It If much leea affected by being froaen. Fourth—That it can be tightly tamped without riak of esploeion. THE RISKS OF ACCIDENT WILL BE VERT QREATLV LESSENED, If not altogether overcome, by a general uae of thla Powder in the Mine*. Oy THE VIOOBIT POWDEB COMPANY man □ fact are on the moet approved eoleotiflo prinelplea Tsait Oaaoia or Powdkb, known aa Noe. 1, 3 and 8 reepeclively, deaigned frr the different elaaaee of bluting, and warranted to be anperior to any Powder in nee. The prioea for Vlgorit will be the aame u are aaked for the oorra aponding gradee of Qlantand Harcolee. Beat quality of Fuae, and Single, Double and Triple Foroe Oape aold at low eat ratea. tXT' Bend for Pamphlet showing matheda of teatlng the different qnalitlea of all Powdera, their relative atrength, aafaty, etc. No oomparlaon baaed upon aciantiflo inquiry or actual uaa la feared. CALIFORNIA VIGORIT POWQEK COMPANY, ENGLISH & WEIGHT, Agents, Jj26tf St7 Plae Street, San Francisco, Cal. HIBClLLilKOUS. C N RAIL WAV THI J Chicago & North-Western RAILWAY Um 0LDB8TI BKST CONtTBUOTZDI BUT ngUlPPKSI tad knot Um LEADING RAILWAY -or th* WI8T AID NORTH WEST I It la Um BHOKT. IUBI tad BATE R00T1 lulww COUNCIL BLUPP8, -AND— CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE Aiyl til polnti KABT, neli u Nltitn Valla. Kiw Y*rk. rklliiilrtlt, Tarn::i ear* At Oonnetl Bloffl Um Trtiat of lb* OhlM«« * North-Wattarn tod th« U. F. H'jn depart from, arrlTa tt tad dm the ttot total Union Dim At Oblotco, cloaa conacctloDi 1ra mada with - tht Ltk* abort, Mlcblcaa Oantrtl, Btlllmor* k Ota to. Ft. WtTTM tad PacnijIrtnU, tad Ohl ca«o * Ortad Trunk B'jrt, tad tht Kaaktkaa tad Ptn Btadlt Bonltt. Ptlbua PaljUM DrtvlacRotaOtn An ma oa til Ihfoocb Irtlaa of Itala road. II la Ifc^OMLY HO AD kaiwoaa COUNCIL BLUFFS AND CHICABO Upon wblcb la ran Um ealabratad Pullman Hotel Dining Oars loiUt upon Ticket AcenUeeUln* yoa TlckeU Ttalhlimd. Bumln* yoar TlckeU, Mdrefuie to buy 1/ they do not read over the Oklcaco ft North Westara Hallway. If yoa wlih the beet Traveling Acoommodi. tlom yon will bar yoar Ticket* by thU KoaU (■TAMO WILL TASK NONK OTHKtt. All Ticket Agente Mil Ticket* by thU Lloe. MA It TIN UUGUITT. mh» MY.F.t Oenl kml, OhleMO. LYONS & MONAHAN DKALKRSIN WOOD AND COAL. Yard—0»»Mtl«: thd Y. Me T.'Oi4.D«M<« |VIRGINIA CITY'. WOOD CUT AND SPLIT ANY LKNOTH deelred and delivered it ebort notlc*. The Beet Wood la the VlmlnU Mirket cio now be teeo it oar Vera. Bo lore parcbtilad is Inferior irtlcle, all ind ezimloe oar etock. We ire alio A*enu for the Oelebnted EXCELSIOR POWDER, The moat powerful Nltio-fllyceHneln the mar ket. It hie lee* noxloui fame* thin my sthee powder minofic tared. Try It usd be eo» t laced. ThU li not i d* called Safety Powder, bat A STANDARD MlTKU-ULTUKklMK HIuU KXPLOllTK. Mlnto* m«i will Sad It la their idviotifi to |lre the Kioelilor Powder • Mil. LYONS » MONAHANt IVOfBoe—At the Yard. Mala Office at J. 0. CUHRlB'd AUCTION HOUSB, Sooth 0 etreet. Stf THE Cin BAICB1, RESTAURANT. CoiftoctlOBerjr aid Cindy Depot, Ne. IIT North O Himl, TlriUh. nr7KR8 an blboant ASSORTMBNTOS w HOLIDAY OOODS. Toyi, OaadlM, Orna menu for Table. Omimrntal, Proeted tad Plain Oik** of ail kladi, deecrlptlooi and d*> •Ignt, tnd at priced to nit everybody. Ai we Import all oar good* direct from the Idft, we can offer them aiprlcee the ami u charted la New fork, and at lew than SHk Praaclaoo rated. O* OrmminU tor Oiked a ipecdlty. fWIce Oreim ind Btntwberrlee ind Cream. AlaoStrawberrleabythe boi, at wholeeale or ntstt* Mr Oar candlee are manafactnred by our eelree fmb every day, and ara tor ea per lor to Imported candlei. JUTZMBIBR ft ABKBRDST, Proprietor! City Bakery. to, tT Berth 0 etreet, YlrgLnU. Nevuto. Mia GOLD HILL BAKERY RE8TAURANT MAIN RTKBKT GOLD DILL. Oppoilto the Bdlpee Livery Btahtod, I. r. BKCKIB. Proprietor. LBSH BBBAD. FIBS, 0AKB8, AND HOT Holla every day, delivered at thd rodt* deoced of cnitomdri. ■RKAD AT RKDUOKD PRICKS. KT Pldd aad Odkee it reduced prloee. raney or aaaortad Oik ad made to order M ibort no tic*. The RddUanat Department to thd Saddt la thd State. All kladi of Qama, Poultry aad Freeh Blah aad alio Oyitora reoetved aad idrred no dilly. 30m HA8BROUCK A HALL, (Bbcc—an to A. B. BUwart 4 Oo.) Druggists & Apothecaries, M MNM, GOLD niltln • • • • NEVADA FUR* OKDOH. CHKMICALM. PIKDICINKH. TOILIT A«4 »AWCT AKT1CLCH. Bubronok A Ball <Jo*tro to all aapoelal at uroiloo to tb« rut that thay hara aatabllahed ooDDMtloo with tba Mlaphona in Km of B to rn ooonty, and tn thareby ambled to raealTa tad <U with dlapatch order* bom an/ portion of tba country. Frcacrtptlona Iliad at all boon, day or Blcht, by a thoroughly oompouot poraon. It JOHN JONES, JR.) DRUGGIST, Main at. Gold HilL at DM. J MISCELLANEOUS. 6B0CBRY STORE I RICHARD MERCER, MAIN WHIT. GOLD HILL. FAMILY & FANCY GROCERIES NOW OK HAND AND FOR SALX CHEAP FOB OAJJH. A Urn AMortaMBt at GROCERIES AND PEOVISIONS dlfvct from Um OtUfornU In keU, comprising In put TEAS, 8UGAB8, COFFEE. 8PI0E8 CAN FBUIT, DBIED FBUIT, BYBUP8. OYSTEBB, BIOS FLOUB, CANDLES, • BUTTEB. Provisions of All Kinds. THE BEST OF wiU AND LIOUORS AT WHOLESALE AND BCTAO. fWOoo&M D*Ur«nd Tret of Chug*. 1 tn SI OH ABO MEBCEH. 'I F. W. F0L80M, ■■la IUMI Md (BaeoMaor to Bobtaaoa k FoUomj WbolMftl* and Retail Dnltt la FAMILY CROCERIKI PBOYIBIOHB, Itc. ■ SOU AQKKT IN GOLD HILL FOR KRS. | KILLS' CHAMPA ON I BAKING POWOKRf rpus BUT m TBI kabkr-oult raqaUva half the quantity of aay other kind. £LL PARTIKfl IXDKBTXD TO TBI LATH am o( ROBINSON * F0L80M art refOMtod to CALL AND SETTLE IJIHKIR AOCOUNTfl WITHOUT DELAY CHUBBUCK & THORBURN, POSTOFFICE Variety Store i DKALKBS IX ALL TBI LXADIMO' NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINBS, STATIONERY, Sheet Mule* Bound Books, Bcbool | Supplies, X O B AC C O S,| CANDIES. POOKIT OUTLBRY, TOYS, KTO.i AUKNT8 FOB TBB Baa Tranclico "Chronicle," "Po«t," | "Call," "Kxamlner" and ";OOLD MILL DAILY MWK" | for Virginia City, Gold BUI and Bllrer City. THE NEVADA BANK OF SAN PRANOISOO. BAH rBAHOIBOO OALirOKWIA | Ml M Oapttal—.... S4|00#«00#—Ctold E»i>ri»(P.g.B—4i)—SMO.MMMM ' BW,1UW <«W*Uat»aat) j OwLBunn W Bajl Ul Mil ... Tranifara. imom Commercial and Ttir CrMln. Thu buik baa apeeial fkclUUae for , d«al_a< in bnlllon. W PIANO LE88ON8 ! MIH8 MIRIAM MICHBLAON r\T VI HO INI A CITY DR8IRI8 TO lOTOSM v tbe realdaota of Oold Bill tbat ,be voald be plaaaed to (l»a pUno leaaona at tba reel. dense* of paraooa la Oold Bill wbo may deal re bar MTTleaa. Tor term,, etc., lnqalre at bar icaldaoca. No. It Korlh A atraat. Virginia. [30 DR. A. CHAPMAN, 8URCEON DENTIST S*tmI> Clly, i t Calllknla. PtrmtaaaUj located at YliftaU 01«j. OFFIOE —180 8«dtk 0 Stust. 8*1 iftolion tnarastMd. *• in Lg^a^Aat&as.SS'. llgOltlitfW^L- —-1 NEW COODS| 11 w« i yjtABB OWNWQ AW !**«"* BT0CKI BOOKS, STWlO^Wtl —— howitib of wW osm*"™1* ▼imoiwu tbe fonn«*» TbM* from th® —»ii be told it md ®arop«, pR IOCS I PAAHVlUOUtJ^* <r Too i»n»o dKIBOn, ^iSoTOUHOR*' kbno. wbiada. rtJBBSftS5 J^Juon of a|J Brmxi »•*«»■«• ».«»«• gU«Mg jgjggi #lt«rt».. ",0CT1SS^& •»roUU'4 fc 'few ^^rss^s S&Ssssss®-" ftjfp&UCE SALOON. thohm '■ fHWH aUj»OT".-»W0"" B no. r «•«« 0 "' "mw TW0 **» BtADWO BOO* PIMM ra-. *tl* 8t^Uiu^"'*10gc* gflSBPM .»»»»*. WINBH OF Al* ■" TOBACCO, CIOABB, B two nut wyu«»T"ia_ KNABE PIANOS " For beauty of too*, touch and action, I bare nrrer aaen their equal." OLARk LOUISE RELLOQO. "TheKaaba" a abeolutely the b«*t piano made. A. L. BANCROFT k CO., 741 Market Hlmtt lai Fraoelaea, Sola Agnta far the Paclflo Ooaat L. B. FRANKEL, «mOI-Hali iimti Ml Hill, JM »e»i Ike Raek of CollfWrmlo. MDOHTi SOLO AND OAK. kibd on nAuantn. i ■ WANTED, IJIINDKRS FOB TWnmr 00) OS MORE SCRAP IRON, r. O. B. the Virginia and Truck** Balboad. Appl/tO LEWIS OHALMEB0, noil tf Stiver Mountain. California. J. U. HALL M. Dm PHYSICIAN AND NUROKON rtfflOl AND BBTO>BN0B — 0PP06IT* C"'ha *w» o«oa. K*li> tfr**t. Gold BUI. HAtMOlTLOOflE, NO. IS. K. OF P. rriB BBOULAB OOKVENTIOK OF BAB A moor Lodge, No. IS. E. of P., vtli be bald M OuUo BauTOold Bill, oa MoBiaj iTflBlBff or lack Wee*, At 7 o'eioc*. until farther aotloe. Per order. T. W. BOOTB. X. of B. and fl. Oold Hill. Bowbac 4.1SS1. JOB WMKffSjitfSJS ariikiWilmH raaaa.