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THE EVENING NEWS.
Uoutii ok KtuK Dklku atks.? -Last i veiling, a: 7 o'clock, the Virginia lioard ? >f Fire Delegates assembled at the rooms ut" the Cominon Council, where after hav ing waited for nearly one hour for enough member, to come in. to complete a quo iiuii. it was announced with a cheer that icn members were present, atd the Presi dent called the meeting to order, and or deied the Secretary to line the absentees. l'he Secretary read the minutes of the l i?t meeting. which, upon motion, were adopted. The resignation of E. Leonard ??v:is received ami accepted. Several com- . ; any notifications were received from the -everal Secretaries. A petition was re . ? ved from Confidence Engine Company, N o. ti, accompanied by the bve-laws and roll list of said company as is required by the laws of the Department, asking tor | admission into the Fire Department .it the city. A petition had also been re- i t l ived from many of the citizens of the ' fourth Ward, asking the same privilege, ' .1- that portion of the city was becoming ? more important in business and size, and j ? was a manifest injustice to keep the ! viid company out of the Department. A ! n.otion to reconsider the adoptiou of the | ir.mutes, and strike out all therein relating t . the admission of Xo. 0, was carried. It .'.s then moved that Confidence Engine Co. No. t> be admitted into the Depart- , lui'nt. Mr. Birdsall had some enquiries ! i make. Mr. Young, a lobby member I : in Fourth Ward, stated that "he, in be half of the citizens of his Ward, had come : here for the purpose- of trying to procure i lie admission of the Company. Cpon patting the motion, all the votes were Thrown in the affirmative, and the motion declared carried. On motion, the Board adjourned. Will thky Sraifct It r ? We hear this question propounded now -a- days very uequently. relative to the prospects of the Ophir and Gould & Curry in striking ore at a lower level than has yet been pros* (voted, it being conceded by all that if inat most desirable result is attained that . . will substantiate the fact that the silver mines of Nevada are unlimited in extent. We have taken some pains to investigate t h * several theories advanced by geologists ioncerning the direction, extent and ?? pitch " of our lodes, and have also learned many opinions of old miners, who all coincide in the fact that the main ledge, known as the Comstock, has. so far, inva : iably been found inclining the same way ; msequently, if the Ophir, at the depth of s<)0 or 1,000 feet, again strike their ledge ,'ii the *;mi e angle as at the '? seventh sili con." it will be but reasonable to suppose that the same results will be obtained by ail claims having locations on the great I'omstock ledge. Last evening, through the politeness of Mr. Frank Keeuey, the Overseer of the Ophir. we paid an ex tended visit to that mine, and in our judg ment (and we have been a miner for a long time) the prospects of " metal being tut " at the lower level, is most flattering. In the shaft tine indications have been struck. The work of sinking goes rapidly forward, and two months time will de velop the stabUitv of Nevada mines, or prove their limited extent. Uekman l nun Ui'D. ? The Uerman Union Club had an enthusiastic meeting last aight at the Theatre. The attendance was large, a considerable number of out -.dc Vnion men bein:t attracted thither by : the announcement that Dr. Bein was to i address the Club in English. We wish [ ?e could do justice to a report of the doctor's speech. We must say. however, i that for unanswerable logic, thrilling pa triotic appeal, sparkling wit and wither- j :ug sarcasm, we have not heard such a , ?.peech on this side of the land. The doc- j tor i? doing glorious service tor the Union . cause, not only among our Uerman citi- j /ens, but at large ; his ready command of ! : he English language enabling him to ad dress general assemblages. He was fol lowed by Mr. Uutsch and other speakers, l'he German Union Club will make itself i'elt on the 8th of November next. A Fight. ? Karly this morning two women who are supposed to be be respect ..ble, met on North C street, and a torrent A vituperation fell from the lips of each, ?rid after passing the compliments of the reason for about two minutes, they clinched tor a light, and in sailed the fair ones. They rolled into the street, and dust partly concealed the combat, but hair flew, dim ity war in rags, and a confused mass of j gaiter botts, elastics, and things were dimly dUcernable. Quite a crowd collected and the combattants were separated by their hunbands, who also came near fighting, and we have never seen to worse scratched taces, two more ruined toilets, two fiercer pair of eves, or two heartier cries, than we here saw. Don't be naughty neighbors, it does not look well to fight simply about poor old hen with yellow legs. Another Enterprise. ? Notwithstand ing the bard times so much complained of by even-body, Eaves, Nye & Co., the pio neer enterprise men, have launched forth another magnificent load of gifts to the people who may invest their money in the speculation. Fifteen hundred dollars in gold coin will be given to the person hold ing the lucky numbers, which will be a ?? home stake." Tickets are already being disposed of, and a dollar invested as a Kollidav Gift to a friend may result in a very handsome present. From the well known character of this finu we can guar antee that perfect fairness will be used in the distribution of gifts. A Heavy Loss. ? Tuesday, about 11 o'clock a. m., a Mr. H. Oyer, who is a dealer in wood, went into the drug store of Mr. Annitage, ntar the corner "of C and Union streets, to pay a gentleman some money, transacted his business on the counter, left the store, and some time afterwards found that he had lost the sum of $3,460 in greenbacks, which he is quite sure he left on the counter. The matter will undergo judicial investigation, being ulreadv in the hands of -Soule and Patter son, formerly detectives, whose energy and shrewdness in ferreting out thieves and recovering missing property has been most remarkable. Patience. ? ?? How long, oh I Cateline will you abuse our patience." How long ?shall a few hundred dollars worth of hose for the Virginia fire department be per mitted to remain at Wells, Fargo & Co's., labeled with that accustomed Virginian ?tig ? C. O. D.. The Engines have not an adequate supply of hose, and perhaps the first fire may burn property to ten times the amount the hose costs, through the want of it. Wake up ye, paternal hum bugs, and pay for the hose, money or no money. As Absconding Bkokeh. ? It is cur rently reported on the streets, that a prom inent broker who has had an office in the ?? >ledan building," has " dusted " for British Columbia, leaving a large number of trusting friends "out and injured," some in money, and some in stocks. We refrain from publishing his name on ac count of his innocent family, who are now in this city. Miss Stanton will lecture to-morrow evening at the Second Ward Club Rooms, on B street, Virginia. It is useless reca pitulating the merits of this lady's lecture, but one thing is certain, every man in this vicinity who claims to be a TTnion man, should' be in attendance at the leture, and give their countenance to a no?ble, self-sac rificing whole-souled lady. Arrival* nud Dep?rl?re?. | Arrival?*? Bv Pioneer Stage ? P. B. Watt ! A. Friedcnbure," J. Barnert, Jfrs. Fox, F. Brauch, S. C. Wright, Mrs. G. P. Morrill and children and scrvent, Miss Curry, Mr*. N. LevvUerv, 11. U. Beck, C has. Woodward, II. Crovl, Mr. Saverv, Mrs. Goodfellow and two children, John China, Robt. Moore, C. L. I.uckhart, Dr. Gordon, Win. Brogg, George Kmmett. Pkpartihk* ? By Pioneer Stage ? W. ! Joue>. J. s. Ward, J. Diminger, Mrs. Dim , inger and child, It. D. Furger6on, J. H. Hardy, A. C. Dwelle, H. South wick, M. Campbell, M. Grosjeta, S. Davis, C. Simpson C. Burhank, J. M. Coy, Gen. Williams, C. C. Gardiner, Miss Amy Ryan, M. Dailey. New Jail? at least the County Com missioners are talking about fitting up a new' jail. Well, it is high time, for a more horrible Ueu lhan the present jail, is hard to conceive. We hope the " talking " will result in speedy action, and in the mean while, common humanity demands that some ventilation should be secured to the poor fellows who occupy the middle cell, in which it is hardly possible to breathe. Ball. ? The second anniversary Ball of the Eureka Benevolent Society takes place to-night, at SutlifTs Music Hall. The worthiness of the object of the association should ensure the sale of tickets, far be yond the capacity of the Hall. Artillerists, Attention- ! ? A meet ing of the company will be held at the Theatre on next Saturday evening." See advertisement. Bullion Shipment. ? Wells, Fargo & Co. this morning shipped 14 bars and 3 sacks of bullion, weighing 1053 pounds of the assayed value of $26,838 33. Justice's Court, Virginia. ? The fol lowing business was this morning trans acted before Justice Sawyer's Court: Devine v. Maguire, suit in assumpsit ? case continued until this afternoon. Probate Court. ? This Court has been " missing" for the past week, on account of the absence of Judge Ferris, who has gone on a visit to San Francisco. Kecorper's Court, Virginia. ? Judge Davenport has not transacted any business to-day, the name of not a single bummer i gracing his calendar. Ordiiumct' No. XJO. VMENDMENTS TO ORDINANCE No. 10? providing for the Assessment and Collection ot' the Revenues of the Town of Gold Hill, passed October 17th. : SECTION 1. Section 1 of Ordinance No. 10 is hereby umended so as to read as follow s : " An annual ad valorem tax of fifty cents upon each one hundred dollar*, and a further special tax of twenty-live cents upou each oue hundred dollars value of taxable property, is hereby levied, and I directed to be collected and paid upon the as | messed value of all property within the limit* of I the incorporate Town of Gold Hill not exempt I from taxation. All taxes levied under the pro visions of this ordinance, and all costs for the col lection of the same, shall be paid in gold aud sil | ver coin." S>:c. 2. Section 13 ot said Ordinance No. 101s hereby amended so ?s to read as follows : *' It *hall be the duty of the Assessor, at the time of makiutc said assessments, to collect said tax of seventy- tive cents upou each hundred dollars of value of personal property so assessed ; provided, the owuer or owners of such personal property shall, at the time of such assessment, be the owner or owners of any real estate besides min ing property within the limits of said incorporate town, which shall be liable to said tax. the said tax upon such personal property need uot, by the said Assessor, be collected, but the same shall I be a lien upon such real estate. In case the own j ers of any personal property liable to pay to said Assessor tax thereon, shall refuse or neglect to pay the same wheu demanded, then shall the As sessor give such iuforxuatiou to the Attorney of said Town immediately, aud it shall be his duty to bring immediate suit for said tax." Sec. J. Ordinance No. 10, as passed October 5th, l^l. and duly published, and as hereby amend ed. is hereby made the law for the assessment and collection of taxes of the incorporate Town of Gold Hill, and iu each suit for the collect iou of taxes, as by the said ordinance provided, the At torney prosecuting the same shall be entitled to Ave dollars fee. which shall be taxed up as other costs. H. C. BLAXCIIARD. Pn-s't. Atte.I: S. H. Robixson. Clerk. oflil REPORT Of Ihr Fre.idrnt of tlie Board of Tru.tee* of the Tows of Void Hill, for the Quarter ending September l*t. I Mi I. Expenditure* fur .Mouth ol* June. Salary of Marshal. Clerk and Police $ 673 00 Twenty Special Police on day of Election 200 00 For freight* on water pipe. Itimber, and *uialry material* furnished in con st rue ting Reservoir ? 4,908 17 For labor iu excavating lor Reservoir 1,713 00 For medical attendance on men injured in excavating foundation tor Reaervoir. . 372 25 Gold Hill Xwws, for printing 10 00 John Ostrom. Town Surveyor 100 00 Johnson ??: Householder, for hoard of prisoner* 118 00 ] Justice's Court, for fee# dne 137 50 Labor on street* 104 00 H H Hamlin, Town Sextonc 47 50 Merchandise 'JO 50 Total for mouth 88,493 92 | Ilxpenditurrs for July. Salary of Marshal. Clerk and Police $925 00 John tMrom, Town Surveyor 150 00 Gold Hill New*, for printing GO 00 Judges and Clerks of Election held in June 52 50 Total for month 81,187 50 J Expenditures lor Auhiim. Salary of Marshal. Clerk aud Police $925 00 Labor and mntrriuls for Reservoir 2,115 6fi Interest on bonds and bunk account 427 88 Police Court, for fees due 157 00 John?on & Householder, board of pris oners 94 00 Gold Hill News, for printing t>7 00 Mcdical attendance, board, and articles of clothing furnished to men injured iu month of May at the Reservoir 430 20 Lumber for culverts, and repairing Jail, and labor on streets 432 25 Bills of Town Sexton 120 00 Lee Brothers, for work on Jail 70 27 Bill for tools, blacksmithing, and sundry articles of merchandise 275 94 ( Total for month I .85,165 20 Recapitulation. Exp?Iidltnre> in mourn of June $8,493 93 Expenditure iu month of July 1.187 00 Kxpentitures iu month of Augutt 5,165 SO Total for <juurtrr $14,846 63 ocl9 tf H. C. BLANCHARD. Prest. BAyKEKS' NOTICES. HAI.VARD & FI.OOH. BA>KEKH. (iold Hill, i : : i t : : : : Nevada Territory. DRAW K.YCIIANUK ON NEW YORK. t'llf cllM Oil Hank of lalilortin. i 1 1 1 1 ? San Francisco U. O. ->iillN kV Co., 1 1 1 1 : : t : Sacramento Hideout >1" Smith. u::ititi Maryavllle Jyl2 ti Al.XAKJ.V B. FAIL. 1>. L. BUM. II. BAkt.it. ALKABIN B . PAUL4 CO., UA> KKKS. Gold Hill, . . . ^ N. T. Sight Dntlla on: UHiiilmin <1" llfrrli 1:1111 Mm Fraacbwu l>. O. Mill* & Co.. 1 1 > i > : 1 1 Sacramento ltotki-r iL Jrwcti, > 1 1 1 1 ? 1 1 ? .>Iai->avlllc Kl'LLIO.V bought and advances made 011 Miue Li-k'ul Tenders Bought and Sold. (tcueral, Special stud Time I)epo*it* Re ___ M| KtrSUNO. 11. v. S. mVI'LLOI'OII. E. rubliso & CO., BAAKERS. | (Jriinltr Kuildina, B atreel, opposite T?). lor ?trr?-i. Vlrcinia, >. T. DRAW AT SIGHT ON' s Ilentwb |L- Bcrlon, : : 1 1 1 San Hranrlwo Sell Exchange at sight or Time. on lie It bam ik Cv > t : > 1 1 : 1 1 1 New YbrU Horrid Provoat A C o.. 111:111 Laadaa HrMKh. l.iilncber A. Co., 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Pnrli l.uttcrotli X Co.. 1 1 : 1 > 1 : 1 1 1 illitinbura llroiwh A ?'?.? in Geneva PURCHASE AND MAKE ADVANCES ON Bl'L llou left for A*s&} . Mike ailvancea oil Silver awl Cupper Ore for khll> 1 meat to Europe. Deposit*. ?peclal or otherwise. received ; Collec tions made, and all other business connected with Banking punctually attended to. I oe4 tf E. BCHUNO * CO. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. Storev counly Union State Central Committee ? VOR? NATIONAL union party, ? AS? f'b?aea by ( oinoilioii of Oct. 19. HI. J. T. GOODMAN. A. HUNTER. J. II. MILLS, JOHN CHURCH. E. r. GLOVER. C. ].. PECK, W. W ROSS, J.XEBLY JOHNSON. THOS. WELLS, JOHN W. GREEK, C. A. CHAPIN, M. J. HENLEY, C. LAMBERT, J. M. THOMAS, II. A. CHEEVER. J. W. HAYXES. JAS. McLANE. M NICKERSON. L. M. MOORE, EDWIN IRWIN H. WHITEHILL SAMUEL YOUNGS. A. P. K. 8AFFORD . ..Onnibjr county .Lvon co amy Wuulioe and Roop Dougia* county Lander county Nve county Churchill county ; , . . . . E*uieralda county Humboldt county UNION MEN, RALLY! The Hero nd Ward I'aion ( lubRoctu, ON B STREET. OVER MYERS' DRY 000D8 Store. Virginia, will be OPEN DAILY? Froin 10 o'clock A. 31. to 5 1'. 91*1 From 7 o'clock P. .11. to 91*. 31. "c All good Union men are solicited to |oln Immedi ately. By order of the Club. tl A. WHITFOBP. Sec'y. GERMAN l^ION CLUB, or ?oid Hiii : Members of the above named Club lire notified that a meeting of the Club vr ill be held at the Theatre on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the ltfth ln?t., at 7] P. M. E. 8HAEFFER, Sec y. Gold Hill, Oct. 17. lSf>4. oc!7 td To the "Voter** ol'Gold Hill. r\FKICK OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF V./ Storey county, N. T.. Virginia CUy, October Stti, 1 Notice Is hereby 0ven. that there will be u a new Election Precinct established In the lower l?art of Gold Hill, within the lollo wlug boundaries, to-wit : All that portion of Gold lllll lying south of the southern line of Blanchard street ; and thence running east and west to thfc eastern and western boundary lines of Gold Hill. By order of the Boanl. oc-* m LUCIEN HERMANN, Clerk. "Rtilly ,Round the Flag." f TNION MEN OF OOLD IIlLL, YOU CAN U uulte with our Club any hour of the day from now until election, by calling at the otllce of S. A. Kellogg, the Secretary, next door south of the Post Office. All good Union men are solicited to enroll their names immediately. Bv order of the Club. sei".?tf_ _ S. A. KKLLOGO. Secretary. J. BABXEBT & CO.. Call the attention of their friends and the public In geueral to the *A\ FKAX1HCO CLOTHING STORE! VIRGINIA KJITOKlV'M OF FASHION. It'll BKt: YOl' CAN BUY TllK LATEST f T stylet of CVH'VO.n .11 A UK CliOTHING - AND " TEXTS' FlRMSHINCi (jOOIH Hat*. Caps, Boots ami Shoes, Blankets, Trunks, ValUea, Carpet lia?s, KM Gloves. I'errtimery, etc. N.li.-New Hoods of the latfst style received by every Steamer, direct from New York. AjTBKNKKRT'S BOOTS? A lull supply con stantly on hand. l(ememl>er J. BARN BUT ? CO.. 0 street, ' Next door to Wells, Fanco ?fc Co. a old office. Inl tf _ <. KIM. A JIctBLTlJlOI*, TIN AND COPPERSMITHS, ? and dealers in? Stoves, Hardware, Iron, Steel, Etc Etc. I'nrilculHr Attention Paid to Mill Work! PRICES to SUIT" THE TIMES ! Nearly Opposite .TIcCurdy'N Foundry, <>iOI.U UILL, !?. T. N. B. ? We have secured the services of Mr. It. C. O'NEILL, an old and experienced Copper smith, who is at ult times ready to do work satis factorily. oc!8tf GREGG &. McCRIMMON. REMOVAL. ? RICE & LIVERMORE, DRUGGISTS. Have removed their i-lace ok busi ness for a FEW DAYS, while their Old Stand Is undergoing repairs, to tin? Ko?m Formerly Orrapird by the POST OFFICE. Cor. B and Taylor st*., t t t : Virginia. [oc in tfj GOLD HILL GYJflNASIUinU Next Huildin* above the New* Office. The undersigned, proprietor of Turn Verein Hall, would inform hi* friendit, and the public in general, that he is now organiz* ins a PRIVATE SCHOOL to teach? GYMNASTIC EXERCISES ? Lessons will be given in the afternoon or even ing, according to the wishes of hli pupils. The terms will be moderate, to suit the times. The HALL, which is the most suitable place in Gold Hill for Balls or Private Parties, can at all times be engaged for such purposes at a low fig ure. FRED. UHL, ocl? tf Teacher of Gymnastics. SITTEBLY BROS., Photogrnphlo It o o m- ? i K atreet, I'onwrrf Taylar. VIRGINIA, N. T. tars. B.? Picture# ukea Id ?U styles tud utiea, either from Mb or copied from old pictures. [ocS IptfJ R. G. SNEATH, W h o 1 oHftlo Dealer ?IN? GROCERIES,) (Wcllt, Fargo k Co.'g Building.) C ?irm,. ..Virginia. (ocl8 lm] *100 Reward! TDK ABOVE REWARD WILL BE PAID BY X the Sheriff of Storey county for the apprehen sion and delivery of A. BEBE>, a priaoner whoes caped from the County Jail last evening at 7 o'clock. He had on when he escaped a gTey tiannol shirt, black coat and grey pants? Is about 30 years of age, and speaks very broken English ; hlght, 5 feet 7 Inches; blue eyes, somewhat sore; thin whiskers on chin, and a baker by trade. J. C. CLARK, ocHtf Sheriff of Storey county. 1 TI'RNEV, O'BRIEX JL BILI.ET, (Post Ofllce Building Gold Mil,) GENERAL AUCTIONEERS AND BROKERS. j&r Particular attention-given to Assessment sales. au3tf ?V. \V. COPK. > s J. K. HUH BARD. CbPE <St HUBBABD -LAW OPPICE. Enterprlse Huildlnfc, No. 22 8outh C itnci, Vir ginia. del J If STEWART A BALDWIN, ATTORNEYS AT I. AW, Virginia. IV. T. To Let. A SPLENDID KOOM IN A F1BK-PBOOF Brick Building, In Gold Hill, adjoining Mavnard Jt Flood's Bank. Also? Another Room, adjoining the Post Ofllce. no*- occupied by Judge Hall's I'ullce Court. Anply to II. CI. MAYNABD. Hold Hill. Pel. 13. litit. oc!3 tj_ Alfred Mayer?. ? CEBTIK1CA.TK OF STOl'K IS THE STAB IV of the W est Mining Company was left at this ottlce, having been found in the street. Send for It and uav for this advertisement. Uold lllll. Oct. 13. lHfti. oc!3tf SAMUEL ARNOLD, TOWN MARSHAL. OFflCR? With Judge Holilnson. f Found. A MEMORANDUM BOOK, BELONGING TO JOHN THOMPSON.eoutalnlng receipts, bills, etc., was found In Gold Hill yesterday, and left at this Office. The owner can have- It by calling, and navliig for this advertisement. 1 ftold Hill, August 12, InH. ailgl2 tf Patrick White, AN OBDEB FOB MONEY, PAYABLE TO YOU Is at this ?81ce. Call and get It. Gold August a. 1H64. auB Miner'* League. /'iVFICE IN THE 80CTH-k?ST COBNKB 0* U tlwJIIInrtT Houm on tlw Divide. Open dally rremltUlnr.*. aa?*a MISCELLANEOUS ADTERTI3EMKKT3. Selling OH"! filing Oil!! SELLING OFF!!! Jm We are Now Helltne Oft' Our ; IMMENSE HXOCK ~or Fall & Winter Goods, Hmbractac nil kind* af i GENT*' CLOTHIXG. HATS ANU CAM, BOOTS AND SHOES, | ? ASU? FURNISHING GOODS, Of >11 kind* and descrtptlana, To which wc Invito the attention of our frlondi and t'ntrow. Our Mack will b? Mid hi GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ! At the Old llouar of S. HAAS & CO., I liOLD HILL, ST. T. [ocM tf] REMOVAL. ? H. C. KIRK & CO., I WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS ! ?AND? 1MPORTEHS, NO. 43 C HTKKKT, KOl'R DOORS SOUTH OK TAYLOR. ? THE? I.AROKMT AMD FIX K HI DRUG STORE O.V THK PACIFIC ("OAST. He, KIRK Jc CO. HAVK T1IK LA1UJ- | . KSTAND UK3T 8ELECTKD STOCK ! | -OF DRUGS, Mill Chvinlc&lni Aoids. Paint*. OiIm, Corks. Glanin-arr, Herftiinery, Kite., Rtc. ; PHYSICIANS- PRESCRIPTIONS ACC'IBATELV COHPODNDBD. ; r. M. CORNKLL, j Graduate or the Philadelphia OUef;* or Pharmacy. ] ocii tf No. 43 C street, Jooea' Building. ! E. W. K E Y E S, City Sexton ? AND ? GENERAL UNDERTAKER, *?. tM Month C Mtrrcl. VIRGINIA. JJA8 ON HAND THK ONLY STOCK OF H A KHTO W'? .Htullir CukcK Ml Barial C'aaea, FINK nAHOGANV COFWK*. j ? i.vu ? rOPPIN TRIMMING*. In thin Territory. alio .... METALLIC COFPIN8, 01 all kind*. Oat l> ai Ike Nkerlnt l*?U?e. Atao? ? Urve anortment or HUrar-PlaMl aad Metal Maaaliaga, CRAPE. KOBKM. C9LOVBS. PR1NOKI, Aul Italia Lliiap. Particular attention paid to |7?>IPPIN? ? AND ? ? KuutnU* Alt ended to with Metum aui OU|Uch ! Kfmeoitwr the Old Sun<l. No. ?0 mouth C Street.^53 E. W. KE1B*. gr/L KlUKHEAHSK will be In readlne** to at tend Eunarala all over the Territory. E. W. KEYES, !??. 96 Kratk C ilrecl. complete ttock of r I' K N I I V H K ! KurnUktuc Good*. Itvddluc, BU.*Wem, shcedncit Kir. I thank my old Wends and the public Kenerally for punt patronage, and hope, by atrlct attention to bnnlneas, to merit a continuance of the name. J9*Kemember the Old Stand !*?. 96 Month C ulreet, .*23 m ? kJ W. KKVK?. BROCERY AND PROVISieN STORE. Brick Store, opponlw? FYaokenheltorr ??, gold hill. WrOl'LD KE8PK CTFL^tV^Mi'OKM.TH*' | Y 1 people of Gold Hfl and vlcln ' rwio eap aa ilch wl Sict. Ula mock wut uf a. Teaa, Bptcea of all kinds, Jncklea. Bacon/ Mackerel. PotaWe?, Ch??. Corn Meal. Bice. Eg*;, and everythlngusuallyfound In a SrsKlaaa Grocery Store. Also, a splendid naaortment or CBOOKKKY WARE, ofthe heayleat make, and mott fatWonabla A~' " large Meortment of HANOI NO LAMM, and ? I Ur?e atock of Tinware. AD of whlcli. with larp quan? Ilea of *he same kind ncelved weekly, ha offlu* to SiSfc' " t^0" ^ '""."Stmws W8- Brick Store, Ooid | M16CELLAMB0P8 ADVERTISEMENTS. Positively Selling Off! AND NO HIIIHB1J6!! i . j TirHlOH 1 CAN HATI8PY THK COMMUNITY I " by my LIST OF PRICES ! I A* I am Ahoui tv j IHAVK THK TERRITORY ! Onr llandred Pair* of 10 auil U-alzed HOOTS! Which will be huM cheap. ktM ? 1 ?JOO or the Flncut French CaMlmere BUMNEMN COATR Kver brouRlil Into the Territory, ?t 815 00. Bu*lue**Coat* $4 00 Superior Boy*' Hat* 1 33 Lariii Ui of of Smsll Bro*?n mun, 1 13 Velra Vent* 3 00 j (Mf Boom, bent quality, (S 30 Nulled Boots, 4 00 Godfrey 1 Wine'' Bent Nailed Boot*, 3 30 Calf Boots, 4 50 Knur j Flauael Orershlrts, 3 40 Bru C'al. Flannel Overshlrts, II 33 ! firry Flannel Overshlrl*, (Made In the Miun; 1 W Cndershlrts and Prawrrs, srry and white, 1 03 fine Casalaere Vests, 3 30 Hat*, all color*, 3 00 ('??tan Half-Hone, per dozen 3 00 Blue nad Grey Blankets, per pair, ....3 00 Best California 10-lb. Blanket* S 00 Worklnc Paul*, 3 30 Worklna Pnuu, superior 3 30 Corduroy Paul*, best quality. 3 30 Fine Black Coat*, *atln liued 16 00 Bluo Pilot Shirt* 3 30 Fine Hu*lnes* Coat* 12 00 Superior Ileevy Overcoats 13 00 j Fxtra line Kucllah Coaaliuere Mult*. 38 00 French Calico Shirts 1 30 j Very Superior Milk Velvet Vent*, all colors 7 30 (loth Cap*, good quality 1 33 Red Drawer* and Shirts, each 1 30 Harrison Cass're Suit*, best qaal'y. 33 00 Faacy Colored Flannel Coat* I 30 A Good Amntmtnl nf R I' HI IV K It It COAT*, ] ? AND ? ' FINK OVKROOATH.j Buck Oloves, And e verythlne Appertaining lo The Clothing Line, ?AT THE? S.niL REDUCED RATES!! Come and examine my &<mortraeui i Bderr Purchasing Eltewbere, - AM!> - rr Save Money ! E. HARRIS, Next immr to ?*li Hill N??a OMcc. Gold Hill, 'Sept. 1. 18M. net III KT Store closed to-day. will re-open wain MON DAY, October 3>l, 1W4. GEORGE P. MORRILL, APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST, C HTBKET VIRGINIA, N. T. ON HAND AND FOR SALE THE I' A It Famed? IRON MIXTURE Aid CiuphmMl Iijetliaa ! A ?uns cure for Gonorrhoea and Gleot. GEO. P. MORRILL. A(ent. I PROFEftMOR HAREY'M HORME LINIMENT!) U?ed for both man and baatt, and to the atmon j entire axeloalon of all other similar preparations In the ? ' Baral British Stakka! GEO. P. MORRILI., AfenL Physicians' Prescriptions I Accurately and carefully prepared, as uiuil. ,! | from the poreit Dru*s and fine Chemicals. ji ! ? _ ! i OEORGE P. nOBBILL, Apothecary and Dragai*t, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, t! ittert, Virginia, I*. T. [oc!7 2ptf) EUGENE BITTIVEK 4c CO., . ;A *?in St., Gold Hill, C8 ^92? dwuiu i* ml HAHD W A RE, Iron. Steel, Stove*. Tinwurc, Crockeryv Coi JOttr , i-re Oil. PAINTS, BELTING, BRASS OOODB, ? ?A8 PIPE AND FIXTURE# ; * MAXUFACTUEERS OK TIN, COPPER MD SHEET IRON WARE. " ? * ? wiiiwWss ? v??* MEMORAirDIJJI BOOK IS AT 1HM I 1 Office. PtWM c?tt, j?y fcr thj? tnd uk? y tat pivptrtf. """ MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. KORN BROTHERS, MAIN STKKKT GOLD HILL. J WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Grootrien, ProvltloiM, Wines, liquor*. Clothing. C -'rockery, Glasvwftrfi Hoot*. Hhofd, Powdrr, ITum, Picki, Shovel*, Plated W*re, tOtc.. Etc., Ktc. OCR GRO CERIE8 Are Selected EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, And can be Boufht \T LOWER PRICKS. Than anywhere in ttala Territory KORN BROTHERS, MAIN STREET GOLD H1I.U focia-tf] E. CU8HING & CO., Mala Street. : ? ? t ? 1 1 ? 1 1 OeM Hill, N. T. ? DSALEJU I* HARDWARE, H XO V K N , IKON AND STEEL. Beltins, Hone, PackinK) Rivet. Ijead and Iron Pipe. - MAXVrACTUlM* Of ? riN, COPPER AND SHEET-IRON WARE. m PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL l kinds of Job Work In our line M~ Air Hh ?i? at the ofcortf M yo?al> >le notice. Cl'SHIXG A CO., fyl! tf Gold Hill. HEM O V JlYT. MAX LEVY, HAVING BEHOVED HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF Go wj * to _ i No. 19 Mouth 0 Htrwt. botweeo laloo and Taylor Mtreeta, Virginia, Will be pleased to receive a call Q-oni 111* old friends ind customers in Gold lllll sod vicinity, reellnxa* lured that be will be able to hull them, both lu price tnd quality, with IE WEI, BY, WATCHER, DIAMONDS, MI.VEB AND PLATED WARE, AND CLOCKS, Kqual If not superior to any store In Virginia City. jl^Remeiuber the Number? l'J. .tlA\ LEVI , Virginia, August 12, 1S64. aug!2 3m DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!! A I.arge AHtrumiaf Fall Sc. Winter Dry Goods, Jl'MT ARRIVED AT S. ROSE IV ER & CO.'S, ON C STREET, OppMlU Welt*, Pars* Sc ?10N8I8TING Of KVEttY VARIETY 0F DRE88 GOODS! -SUCH AS? Plill, f:al*n4 ami Wmmrj RKP MILKS! All Colon or FOULARD BBLAINBli ! Empres* and Ottoman Cloths, Plata ud Plaid IRISH POPLINS! Frauch, EngUih and Anicrlcm CALICOES! A K1n? A.^Mrtujeut of Velyet and Cloth Cloaks! Brachtw and Plaid WOOLEN SHAWLS! An lmMut AMurtmrnt or COTTON HHKKTINGS, White. telercd aad Plaid FLANNEUt, Table Linen, Towels & Napkins, IRIMH LINENN. A Vine Anwrtnient of Ladies' and, Gents' Underwear, -A*D~ / WOOLEN HOSIERY. Ural Thread, Chaatllla, Valeacleaaee. GlariN aad Llaca C KOTCUET LAC EM ! Needlework, EDGINGS AND INSERTING*, Paint Lace Cellar* aid Hfla. RICH FANW, * Side and Back C'orabe. ALBUMS, CARD CASES. BIBBONM. GLOVES. HANDKERCHIEFS. And without fall, Uw Largwit Variety of Dry and Fancy Goods IN VIRGINIA, N. B.? One of our Finn, MR. L#. RONfiNER, bxiwayi at Sao Francisco, ready to All any order* which may U> sent lor, with dinpalcb. N. B.-We alio have the agency of the j FLORENCE 8EWDT0 MACHINES, Which uw lk? lmhl'? And wlllnc at Lo* Print. from |7J upward. #um?. COM* AND KXAMI.ni; OL'K fi. RO??NER A CO, c ITBEBT, i I i nunii, OwatuWdl^hrKftCfc Imet, lmli> ?1 flwm mim, oti it "? * "II HOTELS -RK8TAPEAJIt8-8AlbOW. ' ?nifino WARTI iii 8PKEWW HOTEL, t GARDNER & KLASHfO.. Proprietor*. THE PR0PBIKT0R8 WODLD RMFw^'OL J- LY announce to the public th?t on ttJfW thu ante they will open this New. Lup raocllous Fire-Proof HOTBL, for the ?nUTM*?? >t of lt? patrons. Thl? Hotel ls.?ltuated one n?MJ? a Half cut of Carson City, oa Curry'a new Iiwlroad. leading from Csrson to Virginia Ctty, lj thoroughly ilro-proof and elegantly fur?l?On throughout. The room* are large and airy. ??? lirensly adauted to the comfort and conrrakw ?? families. A iluely furnished Ban Is attached la itfeU establishment, suitable for PVeaaure and CotiMjB Parties, for which niualc can be fiarnlahad by IB* proprietors on short notice. The tlx large SWIMMING BATHS ootUMCtad with tbla Hotdare a moat prominent icQBlrtrto* 10 the health and comfort of patroua. Having ton r*> cently thoroughly renovated and nude separata and distinct from each other by close partlUMl, and so graded that persons can aelect any depth of wa ter, ranging from two to seven feet, varync In " perature ; and being contlnua illy fed by large Hvlns streams of SULPHl'BIC WAT EE, are alarms pure, and have secured an enviable reputation nr their health-restoring qualities. A. Curry'a oauil bus runs from Carson City to and from this Hotel hourly. The Saloon will always be supplied with the very bent material for luxurious use. Patrons from abroad will be left at the? WAB9I HPBINOH ??TIL By the Pioneer, Langton's, WUson'a, or th* Dayton line of stages. X. B.? Breakfast or Dinner Parties accommodated on the shortest notice, with ill tbe delicacies lha market afford*. R. L GABDNKR. ocUtf H.kLADIXQ. FINCH'S SALOON, (Mala Unm, Maw tfce W?wi GOLD HKLLi The pbopbietob WOULD INFOBM TBI public that his BAB 1> (applied with u good Braadiem, Gin, Wine*, And other Kefreshments. as toy In Ootd BID. lad he sollclte * continuance of the very liberal patron age bestowed upon It. All kinds of FEUIT, in town, can also be obtained at his saloon. L AflGB B B B B, From the beat Brewery In the Territory (SIxtBOa Canon), can be obtained here ?r thcGUaaa, Qaart ar ?aHaa, at all hour*. Alan? TOBACCO, CI0AB8, and a lot of YANKEE NOTIONS. THOMAS r. FINCH, Proprietor. Gold Hill, August 29, 1*64. au?tf VESEY M HOTEL, nail Street, GaU Hill, ?. J. ARMSTRONG, Proprietfr. rpiIIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE HAS BEEN X leaaed by the undersigned, and la now open aa a 1IR8T-CLA88 HOTEL. With a conn tain cndearor to afford superior ar coaimodatlons to boarders and the trartlloc publk, lie solicits a share of their patronage. oclltr K. J. ABMSfftONO. WASHOE EXCHANGE BILLIARD SALOON, X?. 31 Neath C atreel. IV r STAIRS). MESSRS. C. hTfI.INT * C*. Havk this dav purchased the imtkb eat of D. It. Russell In this well known Satoon, ami wiu be pleased to receive actll from their Mends and the public. Fire Marble Bed Billiard TiUn Will always lie found In good order, and the BAR will be siipplledwlth the dnest Wine*. Ltattorasad Cigars. [oca tf ] C.H.TMOTToQ. GLENBROOK, - Lake Takae, Nevada TtirltWf. AS. BEATTT (OF THE MANSION MA ? House, San Jose,) wishes to Inform Bff tali friends and the public generally, tbathe JjH has taken this new and elenmtly furnished ton, built by Messrs. Winter* ? ColbaUi. No polns will be spared to make this one of the flnest gammer Retort* on the Pacific Coast. Let the friends of Itaak Walton coruc along-plenty of water anu plenty of trout. O^The Pioneer Line of Stage* Mop dally at the Horn*. suga tf A. 8. BKATTT. GOLD HILL HOTEL, I HAVE LEASED THE GOLD HILL HO-JBfc tel. which I bare thoroughly renovated ? and now open to the nubile as a clean and ? wholesome Longing House, where the rtck.^^^ poor aud CuUdlous can be accommodated. I would respectfully solicit the public to call and examine my rooms. Suits of Rooms for FamUtea. Single Rooms. Single Pulu Beds at 2J cents. The BARwlUte stocked with the best brands of Liquors. JOEL A. PEDLER, Proprietor. dold lllll. Oct. 5. I*>t. ocsm CHABLEV WHITE'S EXCHANGE AND BILLIARD SALOON, Brick Building, oppslte Police Court, goLd HILL. WINES. LIQUORS, CUJARS, EIC^OF THI! best quality kept at the Bar. KREK LCNCH served every day. The proprietor will be bappy to meet his mends at all times. Jy?tf KICHABD 8ANDEBI I SOW. KSAU1S SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT, Sander & Schaeier, Proprietors, Main street, Gold Hill. JJEAL8 SERVED IN EVERY ^B^ Game. F"ii.h, Kggm liSflB And al the delicacies of the season, served la a superior manner. oel3tf| MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. 8EBNHARD FRANZ, No. 48 Booth C Stmt, Virginia I <i. X. BOOKS, STATIONERY and MUSIC, Circulating Library. Deutache Buchhandlung. LJB&AJRIK FRANCA1SE. LAW BLANKH. LEOAX BLANKS, SCHOOL BOOKS -1ITD W rapping Paper. SOLE AGENT FOR THE TERRITORY Of Nevada of H. 1L Bancroft It Co.'i Law Pat llcatlon* and Importation*, aid their haad-aad* Linen Paper. Alio for W. B. Cook'i Law Maaka. py A full aaaortmeat of 8 tnb T?tj Stationery alwaynon band. SnoacrlpUoa* aad advertisement* received for J. Sllvarnahb'i Bayai Quarto Work, entitled the "METALIC AJtO AaM cultural Wealth or the Pacific State*," 1 ,500 page*, 1,000 UlnitraUotu; Is EnfUih, Bmt, Mpanfah and German. Ja30M[ BERNHARD FRAMZ, ST. CHARLES MARKET. Main Street, opposite fhe Kelt pa* Mill, (told Hill, 1 1 a ? 1 1 1 Nevada Tarrkarr. AT TB18 MARKET CAN AL war* b* foand the cbotc?t Meat*, Mprtng Lamb, HeeC Mutton, Veal and Pork. Also, fokk sausage and srici xiam. coBttintl; oo tuux) and, tod held tt tlx Liowtxt Market Pric*. Particular attention paid to Houla aad Prlrau Families. Ja30tf SNTPIB A HATE3. U1VIOIV MABKKT, aoiitt h ? i> TIIK UNDKR8IGXKD. 1IAVIX0 L1A?Q TBS 1 above named Market. I?pr?|?i?d to Mfytr kit customer* with th* first quality of? ?BIP. | CORK, VKAL, I JIIJTTI*, ] K I Cm K t Cm [yAt the Loweat TT>tnii41 Uotel* ?utl Famlllea will receive pmicujar MMk U Gold Hill. g?pc 1?. HM. ?ntf ~ B. LEVI80N, , 0?mIii Bank bekuw, i > ? I C|I4 m, Wholesale and B?ull Dollar W BOOKS & STAT ION EH Y. Oigin, Tolwxx), Pwyr 8eo<? Ifc,, Bb. , A GOOD ASSOBTMBST OP MBIMQAABM Pipes alwava oo lund. ?ol?tf gold hill post office. ABEIVAlAWilRm? ?? ArHr?-CaUtorela Malla. per Plonaor fc-rri Ul o'clock A. Do - - "* * 1 I X