THE EVENING NEWS.
»p*cial .Electing of Tew· TrutM·.
The Town Trustees met last evening in
special session at the office of Judge Hall,
for the purpose of acting on the petition
of Yellow Jacket Hose Company No. 2,
to be admitted into the Fire Department.
The meeting was called to order by the
President. Present— Aylsworth, Gray,
Cushing and Colbath.
Mr. G. A. Hart, chairman of the com
mittee appointed by the company to pre
sent their petition to the Board, read their
constitution and by-laws ; also the reso
lution adopted by the company at their
regular monthly meeting held last Mon
day evening, and their petition for admis
The petition contains a stipulation that
for and in consideration of their admission
into the Department ^hey surrender all
right, title and interest in their fire appa
ratus to the town, in accordance with the
provisions of Ordinance No. 25.
On motion of Mr. L. U. Colbath the
petition was granted.
Mr. Gfay moved that Aylsworth and
Cusbing be appointed a committee of two
to confer with the fire company as to their
place of location, and to procure for them
a hose house. Carried.
The meeting then adjourned.
To Mill Mes.—Mr. R. Hughes has
opened a shop in Gold Hill, for the manu
facture of screens for batteries of quartz
mills. He has a stamping machine of his
own manufacture, which is, we are in
formed, the largest one on the Coast ; with
which he can turn out screens of from
four inches square to the full size of a
sheet of Rus-sia iron, and of such extreme
fineness that there are 204 holes in every
square inch—coarser ones are made as
desired. Mr. Hughes is the inventor of a
new principle in punching screens, and has
applied for letters patent. The holes in
his screens are arranged in diamond
form, whereas in other screens in use they
are put in rows or squares. By his im
proved arrangement of them he is enabled
to put a great many more holes of the
same size in the same space without in
creasing the weakness of the iron. Mr.
Hughes is now supplying the Piute, Im
perial, Rhode Island, Gold Hill and seve
ral other mills in this county with his su
perior article, which is giving gTcat satis
faction. See advertisement.
Well Deserved.1—The Board of Town
Trustees, at their meeting last Monday even
ing, resolved to remit to Mr. Z. Lyford the
tax on the Fort Homestead property for the
reasons set forth in the following letter,
which was shown us this morning : .
l»TICK ISOAKU "»· l Rl »TttS. I
Town of Hold 11111. Nov.» Sept. 2\ 136$. >
Lykord, Esq.—Dear Sir: Under in
structions of the Honorable Board of Trus
tees of the Town of Gold Hill, I hare the
pleasure to communicate to you the following
action of said Board at their regular meeting,
held at their office, this evening, to-wit : Re
solved, That in view of the uuiform courte
sies and untiring zeal manifested for the
great National Union cause during the past
struggle of the nation against treasou and
rebellion, by Mr. 'Δ. Lyford, the owner of
Kort Homestead in this town, the town tax
of thirteen dollars and seventy-five cents,
duly assessed against said property, be and
the same is hereby remitted in full. Yours
truly, S. Hyatt, Clerk.
Generous.—Mr. Geo. W. Avlsworth,
President of the Board of Town Trustees,
last evening generously gave Yellow
Jacket Uose Company No. 2 the privilege
of keeping their hose carriage and Are
apparatus in his carriage house until the
town authorities provide them with a
suitable building for the keeping of the
same. No. 2's carriage and hose has for
several days past been standing out in the
sun and rain, because the company had
no house in which to keep it. Now,
however, that company is in the Fire De
partment, m accordance with the provis
ions of Ordinance No. 35, and it is incum
bent on the town authorities to furnish
them accommodations. The Board last
evening appointed a committee to procure
them a suitable place, and no doubt one
will soon be obtained.
District Court.—Before Judge Bur
bank—In the matter of the estate and
guardianship of Joseph Stevenson, a min
or—An order was made transferring the
hearing of the return of sale from Judge
Rising's to Judge Burbank's Court, and
to-morrow at ten o'clock designated as
time of such hearing. Stelle vs. Stelle—
Judgment for plaintiif in accordance with
prayer of complaint and stay of execution
ordered for seven days. Recess until to
morrow at 10 o'clock.
Erroneous.—Λ report has been circu
lated in Virginia that the Custom House
officers at San Francisco have seized all
the cigars and tobacco at that point. We
are authorized to say that Packsher, of
the International Cigar Store, C street,
Virginia, and at Leeke & Clawson's Sa
loon. Main street, Gold Hill, has just
received one of the largest and finest stocks
of imported cigars ever offered it low rates
to epicures. See his advertisement.
Recordbr'8 Court, Viroinia.—Before
Judge Meagher—C. Vaughn, charged with
having committed malicious mischief, was
fined costs of Court therefor. John
Letherer, charged with having committed
an assault and battery, will be heard this
Is Advance. — Fred. Boyle, of the
periodical and news stand at the post
office in Virginia, has this morning re
ceived a variety of the latest Eastern
newspapers and periodicals for sale at the
Buiuon.—There was shipped from
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Gold Hill office yes
terday 1.700 pounds of bullion—worth
. βή- sio ne
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Bullion—Wells, Fargo & Co., shipped,
this morning, from th»ir Virginia office, 11
bars of bullion, worth, according to assay,
$20,104 61, and weighing 617 pounds.
Frkioht.—Large amounts of freight is
daily being landed in Virginia and this town
from the mountains across.
Windy.—Yesterday the wind was blowing
a gale and the air was filled with dust.
KeNTfCKY.—The Democratic party of
Kentucky, as it calls itself, wishes the
people to reject the amendment in order
to gave slavery. That's exactly what the
Southern politicians got up the rebellion
for. And the defeat of the amendment
will do just as much to promote slavery
as the rebellion did.—Louisville Journal.
At a Spiritualist meeting in Boston, re
cently. a " lady medium " said she had
witnessed the " blood-red writing " on a
fellow medium'» arm ·· rise up like the
froth on a barrel o' beer." What flowery
eloquence is gained by speaking under
A rorxo lady recently died in Leeds,
England, in a few hours after witnessing
a butcher killing a lamb. She accidental
ly came upon the man while at his work,
and the uervous shock was more than her
delicate state of health could endure.
" Joics Baklky Corn " is becoming a
great favorite in the United States. In
the year 1860 the amount of beer sold was
8,009,000 barrels. In 1864 the quantity
used had increased to 24,000,000 barrels,
or nearly a barrel apiece for everybody.
So it is not Englishmen alone who "drink
hall the hale."
Ir a man can't argue without swearing,
hi· discussions are too cursery.
Wukw County Ittaa.
Yesterday we had occasion to visit
Washoe county, which, although in about
the same place as usual, has materially
changed in appearance, from the verdant
bloom of spring to the yellow tint of tail,
from sowing to harvest. Through con
versation with numerous ranch men we
ascertain that the hay crop in the entire
valley has been excellent this season, but
the vegetables, usually so prolificacy pro
duced here, this year in a measure failed,
yet the crop produced will no doubt be of
As being our old home we feel a kindly re
gard for the place and the generous-hearted
people who live there. Since the disas
trous fire that laid the town, or rather the
eastern portion of it, in ashes, many fine
buildings have been built, and the place
looks thrifty in a flattering degree. We
were cordially welcomed by our old
friends, Harry Tompkins, Wm. D. Mc
Farland, Dr. Winham and others we knew
in ye golden time, who, we regret to say,
made themselves very troublesome in in
sisting that wo were dry. We forgive
them. Since Judge C. C. Goodwin was
elected Judge of the District Court he has
won the hearty good will of the Bar, and
Recorder Cabot—who. we learn, has re
cently left the bachelors and become a
dutiful Benedict—Sheriff Ilead, and the
entire county official staff, are all popular
with their constituents.
The Manhatten, (Atchinson's,) Semdac,
(North & Loomis") and the New York
Company's mill are now crushing ore,
although for a time the supply was lim
ited. We believe it to be the intention bf
certain parties to erect two large mills,
during the coming year, near Washoe.
Fredericks, of Virginia, had his ma
chinery for a saw-mill at Washoe City
yesterday afternoon and will, we learn,
start for Excelsior to-morrow, but Samuel
D. McFarland, of Washoe, bound to win
and be ahead, has already conveyed, erect
ed and will soon be running a fine saw
mill near Summit City.
Since Theodore Winters, Esq., of
Washoe, set the example of procuring the
best blooded stock for his ranch, very
many others have been improving their
herds of horses and cattle, and a horse
called Richmond, of Blackhawk blood,
and five years of age, the property of W.
D. McFarland, is one of the finest and
fastest in the country. Mr. Winters will
return to his home near Washoe this Fall,
and will remain during the winter.
TV»*™» u-pnf rvf WftshnP 14 the flllCH
celebrated Ophir City, but with the de
cline of the celebrated Ophir lode of ore
from three hundred tons a day to thirty,
Ophir cuught the blight, and dccay has
sadly touched her portals. A few men,
with a Kip Van Winkle stare, saunter
around α dilapidated pair of rum-mills, but
the day of her greatness has gone forever.
Two miles below is Franktown, nearly
the prototype of Ophir, although never so
aspiring. Near by is Ball's mill, which
we believe is now regarded as one of the
best in Nevada, particularly for the reduc
tion of rich ores. Capt. 'Γ. B. Schamp,
the efficient Superintendent, is and has
been well supplied with ore most of the
time this season, and is now hauling a
The beadtiful farms along the lake look
finely, and give evidence of good cultiva
tion. Considerable labor is being done,
and a good many acres of Spring grain
will be sown.
What «· " Ο il r- II or·*· Power f"
The use of the term, " horse power " is
very common, yet few, except good me
chanics and engineers, attach a definite
meaning to it, but regard it as indicating
loosely about the power which one horse
would exert. It is, however, when used
in the sense under consideration as defi
nite as possible, and means the power re
quired to lift 33,000 pounds avoirdupois
one foot high in one minute.
Λ horse hitched to the end of a rope,
over a pully one foot in diameter, placed
over a deep well, traveling at the rate of
about two and a half miles per hour, or
220 feet per minute, will draw up ISO
pounds the same distance he travels. The
force thus exerted is called, in mechanics,
a " horse power," it being an approxima
tion to the average amount of continuous
power it is fair to demand of a strong
horse. If we multiply the weight raised
(150 pounds) by the number of feet it was
moved per minute (220), the product will
be the number of pounds which the same
power would raise only one foot high in
the same length of time (33.000 pounds).
The dynamometer is an instrument made
for meusuring power, particularly that
exerted in drawing. Those used for test
ing the draft of agricultural implements,
are simply very strong spring balances, or
spring steel-yards graduated to indicate
the power required to raise any weight,
within any reasonable limits, at the rate
of two and a half miles per hour. When
we apply the dynamometer, in ascertain
ing the draft of machines, if the index in
dicates one hundred and fifty pounds, it
is shown that the horse is required to draw
just so hard as he would do if raising one
hundred and fifty pounds out of η well
with a rope over a pully one foot in di
ameter, at the rate of two and a half miles
per hour and so for other weights.
The velocity at which a team moves is
to be considered, as well as the weight to
be raised, or the load to be drawn. If a
horse travels faster than 2j miles an hour,
while raising 150 pounds out of a well, he
exerts more than one-horse power. If he
walks slower than this he does not exert a
force equal to one-horse power.
In ascertaining the draught of a plow
or reaper and mover, by driving faster
than 24 miles per hour, the dynamometer
would indicate more than the correct
draught, and by driving slower the draft
wou[d appear to be less than it really is.
In testing the draught of machines, a team
should always move at the rate of 2i
miles per hour, or 220 feet per minute,
which is the universally acknowledged
weight with which dynanometersare grad
uated, and an ea*y one to which to ap
proximate in driving with almost any kind
I ~c _
A great many people have supposed that
ed the same force that α team would exert
when dragging 300 pounds along on the
ground. A horse can haul 600 pounds
along on the ground. A horse can haul
600 pounds on the hard ground with
ease ; but he could not draw hard enough
on the dynamometer to mark more than
350 or 300 pounds, except for a few min
utes. The power of a man ie estimated
at one-fifth of a horse power.
Tiik colored race are very apt at acquir
ing the' rudiments of an education. Near
ly all the soldiers in negro regiments who
·· made their mark," on the first pay day,
within a year were enabled to sign their
names. All well-conducted negro regi
ments have, as a part of their discipline,
exercises in spelling, reading and writing,
so that the army has become to them, in
fact, a school.
Ths international cricket match was
concluded at Toronto, Canada, August
29th. The contest was very close, the
Americans barely winning, as their last
man was in. The score stood as follows :
1st innings—Canada 73; the Americans 63;
2d innings—Canada 54 ; the Americans,
enough to win. The Americans played
throughout with one man abort.
THE PERSONAL PROPERTY BELONG
Ing to the Saloon at Gold RU1, known a*
the BANK EHCHANGE, will be «old on FRI
DAY, September 29th. at 2 P. M, on the promiwa.
TERMS—Canh at clo»6 of «ale, aubject to con
firmation of the Probate Conrt.
Ν A. H. BALL.
Adm'r E«tato P. A. Birge, deceased.
Gold Hill, Sept. x'3.1865. «c25td
No. l'i South C street, Vlreinln,
GOLD AND BULLION GOOD*.
All article* «old under full guarantee··.
Watehen and Clock» Repaired aud Warrauted
by J. DKBELU »e25tf
LOUIS FEUSIER & CO.
Have this day removed from their
old Store, next to Gillig, Mot! & Co.'». to
FIRE-PROOF BIUCK STORE,
Norlheant cor. Cnml Tn j lor Ntx., Viminln,
Formerly occupied by Ilowell, Black & ltro»..
where they will ofTer a large ami uiagnlAcent a»·
Groceries, Kerosene Oil, Lamps, Etc.
ut our new etor*» and «eo un.
Λν'-iO tf LOl'IS FKUS1ER & CO.
Opposite the Ecliptic Stable,
lEALER IN THE VERY BEST OF IIAV
ana and Domextic
Etc., Etc., !
Which ho can afford to »ell an cheap an any
houne In tho State of Nevada. *e22 tf
SECURE Τ II Ε TITLE
To Your Town Γοι«!
.HKMMRM. BIMIIOI* & ΙΙΛΙ.Κ
\RE PREPARED TO ATTEND TO 8B- j
curing United State* l'aient» for Town
Loin. Declaratory statements drawn and filed.
Enquire of W. Λν. Bishop, Attornry-nt-Law, or
W. E. Hale, at Welln, Fargo & Co.'» oftice.
\V. W. BISHOP
W. E. HALE.
Gold Hill. Xev.. July 17. IPSA. fyn3m_
For sale at
aus tf It. <;. SNKATII'S,
No. *»3 r-outli C utreot, Virginia
van w~yck & c Ο.Γ
TAYl.OK'S BUILDING, TAYLOK STKKKT
Gold and silver kuTlion melted and
Assayed, and return» made In liar» the day of I
Will conform strictly to tho standard of th·
U. H. Mint,
And our chante» will be the same a» I η San Francisco
«-Particular attention Riven to OK Κ ASSAYS. |
LIGHT & HAIVLAND,
No β'ί South CHtrcft, Vlrululu.
[Two door» nortli of Wall·, Fargo A: Co..)
FFER TO THE PUBLIC OF STOREY
county a Hue stock of excellent
For u«e at the lowest rate», he»ide»
STABLING, FEED AND BOARD
For Stock of all kind».
MR HAIVLAND, having pnrchased the Inter·
eut of John Allmau In the establishment, together
with MR LIGHT, will endeavor to rnnke thl» '
ttable the first in tho State.
WCall and see «1». C. II. LIGHT,
Iri3m p. B. HAIVLAND.
G. .STOCK Κ I. x
ANNOUNCES TO HIS CUS
tomer» and the public gener·'
ally that he ha» removed to
new ebop opposite the San Fri
ei»co Re»taurant, where he 1» prepared to manu
BOOTH. MIIOKN, Klc., Klc..
At the shortest notice, and in the best and latest
Ν. B.—Repairing done to order with neatness
Mr. Stockel also ofl'ers for sale η new and well
assorted stock of >ole Leather, l-'pper Leather,
Findings, etc.. at the lowest market rates.
to his, H ^
SCHOLL «V HOLIES,
No.tiesouth Omreei. Vlrelnla,
(Next Door yorth of If. F. Af Co.'t Office,)
Λ 1*0, for Sale Ht low rate*
IIKNRY'* PATENT HI F LKN,
Capable of discharging fifteen bullrtH per minute.
Parties bound for Boise and Idaho will do well
to cull upon un, a* we will sell all kiudH of Fire
arms at the lowest living prices.
REVOLVERS. of all patterns, constantly on
hand and for «ale.
Repairing and Loading done with dkpntch.
Remember the place—
66 Month V elrrct, Virciain.Jau31
S. W ASS Ε UMAX,
Notary Public for Nlorff County,
CommiNNiouor ofDecde |
- rs" Declaratory Statement* drawn up and
filed in the U. 8. Land Office at Carson.
U. S. Patents for Town Lot* obtained.
OFFICE—Corner of Union and Β itreetn. Vir
ginia au29 tf
LOST. LAST EVENING, IN GOLD HILL.
aPORTMONNIK. containing two note* of
hand, for the «uni of nix hundred dollar* each,
given by Durly & Bos«. in favor of II. E. Casey,
and aligned to William Onidnff. The tinder
will receive a reward of five dollar* by retnrnlng
thetn to the NEW» office. The pablic are cau
tioned not to negotiate for gald noten. an payment I
hu bnn (topped. W. ORNDUFP. 1
OoM Hill. Sept. gli. ltWS. *rX t(
A BLACKSMITH SHOP. ON MAIN STREET,
opposite Odd Fellow»' Hull ; or I will aell
the aame at η rrtuonable prier.
Oold HOI, Sept. 4,1845. m4 Id
GOLD HILL EXCHMGE
LEEKE & CLAWSON,
(Hncce««or· to Geo. Lewi*,)
MAIN STREET, GOLD HILL,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE to
the public generally that they hire avvumi-d
the proprletorahipof thli popular Saloon, and
will be glul to receive their frlendi and the pub
lic, and con auure them that they conntantly
have id Htore the fiDeit brand· of
A fine LUNCH l« ipread dally at II o'clock.
Connected with the Excbango arc fine private
Reading Room· for gentlemen.
Give a· a call everybody.
E. fe. LEEKE.
«>■4 tf HARRY CLAWSON.
WHITE & CUNNINGHAM'S
C St., formerly Geo. Lewi·*.
A »nug and quiet READING ROOM, and neat
and co»y Sitting Room· are attached to the Sa
loon, which will be made THE SALOON of the
city. None but the tloett of
And the Choieeat Brand· of Cigar·,
Will be «old.
HOT LUNCH from-Μ A. M. tp 3 P. M.
We will «pare neither expen»o nor trouble to
make the INTERNATIONAL a place of roeort
worthy the patronage of tli»· people of the city of
Virginia. [nol3tfl WHITK & CUNNINGHAM.
DOYLE & GOODMAN,
No. 9, North V »trect, Virginia,
(Two door· north of International Notel.)
ΦΗΕ UNDER8IGNED WOULD RESPECT
L fully announce tot heir friend· and the public
that that they have juHt rocelved their Spring
•tock of âne
Alxo—would announce thcmielvei nolo deal
Private, Cruvee, Krug and Lafltle
Call and tee tin.
JOHN E. DOYLE,
tf H. M. GOODMAN.
Two Doom above the Krlipao Stable»,
A LAV AYS ON HANI), TUB BEST WINES,
Brandies, Whiskies, Din,Old Tom, Cordial»,
Cigar*, nml beat of nil,
FVeeli Carson Lnger,
K"pt cool and nier In α mono coller. All drink·
nud cigars at 14 1 m'J cent·.
The public are Invited to call. auglg tf
;No. !il South C itrcrt,
(UP · Τ 4 I R · >.;
ItlBNWRN. C. H. FMNT Λ CO.;
Have this day purchased the inter
e«t of D. H. Russell In this well known Saloon,
and will Ik· pleased to receive a call from their friends
and the public.
Five Tlnrble Red Billiard Table·
Will always be found In good order, and the BAR
will be supplied with the finest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars Γηοί tf) C. H. FLINT A CO.
No. IIS North Β street,
Refitted and Change of IProprietors !
Respectfully announces to the
citizens of Virginia und vicinity that ho bas
assumed control of the well known
Where may constantly be found the finest
Wine·, Liquor·, and Cigar·.
in the market. Also four "f the best BILLIARD
TABLES In the State. Call and see me.
_selfi tf AMOS DENNIS, Prop'r.
Richard (Sander. 1 [Kdw'd !-Jeh«efer.
.11A IN STREET,
Gold Hill Nevada,
SANDER & SC1IAEFER.
WHITE HOUSE SALOON,
Lower Gold Hill,
THOH. E. FINCH, Proprietor.
THE PEOPLE OF LOWER OOLD HILL,
Laving long since felt the necessity of a
In tbeir vicinity, the undersigned has fitted up
aud furnished, and supplied with the very best of
all kinds of
SI ALT DRINKS
The Saloon of the WHITE HOUSE, which will
be kept In a first-rate style.
THOMAS E. FINCH, Prop'r.
Gold Hill, Sept. 19.1865. sel9tf
rmvu >7 CT/B-uw·»}
Opposite ItulHch'n Wnion Mnkln» Shop.
Τ UK PROPRIETOR HA8 RE-FITTED and
re-furnlshcd thin old and well-known
And laid In a new stock of the very best—
ι Equal to any In Gold Hill.
Also—CIGARS, of the bent quality.
CONFECTIONERY, all kind*.
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO.
LAGER BEER, of the best quality In this
State, from the Six mileCanon Brewery, at One
Dollar prr fini loo.
THOS. E. FINCH.
Gold Hill. Sept. 9. 1865. «e!Mf
SMH7TH C StTRKET, VIRGINIA,
Opposite . the Knclne House of Younc
America Co. No. 'i.
[A few door· south of anil opposite to th· office
of Well». Fargo & Co.)
.T1KN. BI.LKN KING
Raving determined to _h
make the Antelope atirst-claia
eating-house, aollcita the patronage'
THE TABLE will always bo supplied with
the luxuries of the market.
Ν. B.—Private Room» for Ladles. »e23m^
Corner of Β and I'nlon at·., Virginia.
stock, fixturëTand good will
KO R SALE!
THE PROPRIETORS OF THE ABOVE,
being desirous of getting out of the Duslnes»,
will sell the Stock, Fixtnres and Good Will of
that well known and centrally located 8aloon,
now doing a good business, at a bargain.
Ν. B.—The Saloon, until such time as we are
enabled to sell, will be under the supervision of
Byrou Bonaparte Bradt, one of the moat graceful
"liar creatures " on the.coast, where the thirsty
can at all times And the choicest brands of Wine·,
Liquors and Cigars.
GEORGE L LAMMON,
Virginia, Sept. 33,1865. ss23 a
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.
GILLIG, MOTT & GO,
STEAM GOODS, STOVES
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.,
(Flre»reof Brick BnlldlncSi)
COR. Ο AND TATIiOR ITBEETS,
|FPER FOR SALE, AT THE LOWEST
rate·, Braa» Good», Stove», Tin and Copper
Ware, etc. Oar itock will be found very com
plete, having been carefolly (elected for thli Mar
Tbe following comprint· a part, only, of oar
330,000 Οι Bar Iron, round and iqaare, all ilzei,
25,000 tha Boiler Plate;
60,000 tte Sheet Iron ,
45,000 IB* Shoe Shape, all ilcei;
14,000 0)· Cait-iteel, Blliter Steel, and Toe
Nail Rod, Band Iron ; ,
16,000 Ida Track Iron ;
6,000 It)a Bar and 8hoet Copper;
16,000 IBa Lead Pipe, varloua «Ilea;
48,000 feet Oaa Pipe, è to 4 lnche· ;
2,000 feet L R. Hoae, all »lze· ;
150 dozen Hone Blbbe ;
300 doten Elbow» and Coupling» j
SO,000 Carriage Bolta, all aliea ;*
16,000 Mnchlne Bolta, all (lie· ;
600 Globe Vulve» ;
200 Anvil» and Vice» ;
SO Bellow», varloua alze»;
Blackamith»' Tool· ;
400 WhoelbarTOW» ;
300 dozen Axe, Pick and Sledge Handle» ;
1,000 dozen Lock». Hinge», Bntti;
Knlvr* and Fork», Spoon» ;
1,000 keg» Blmtlng Powder,
200 boxe» Window Glau ■,[
White Lead, Boiled Oil;
Balling Wire and Rope
600 keg» Nail», all »lzea'
100 boxe» Tin.
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.,
Corner of C and Taylor etroota Virginia.
Ε OFFER FOP. SALE, AT THE
Loweat price» :
1,000 Cooking Stove» Pftr'or Stove»;
all ilzei ;
Box Stovea ;
Sheet Iron Stove·.
GILLIG, MOTT A CO.,
Comer of C and Taylor itreat Virginia.
TIN and COPPER WARK.
IMPORTKD VANT) OF OUR OWN MANÛFAC
tiire—a Urge Stock eountantly ok band.
For «ate low, by
GILLIG, MOTT A CO.,
Corner of C and Taylor strxcla Virginia.
Windews Λ Window Blinds!
WB HAVE A FULL STOCK ON HAND, OF
vitriol]* size*, and at low rate·.
GILLIG, MOTT dc CO.,
Comer of C and Taylor atreeti ^-Virginia.
Jl 0 R S ALE —
Plows, Baling Wire;
Axes. Shovels, Spade»;
Pitch forks, Hoe·;
Rope, etc., eta
GILLIG, MOTT St CO.,
Rubber and Leather |
For unit by
GILLIG, MQTT <fc CO.,
Corner of C and Taylor street* .Virginia.
GlLEiIO, MOTT & CO.,
C«r. V and Taylorlfata., Virgiaia
«IMilG, JIOTTi** CO..
lacranealo and Nan Fraaciac·, Cat.
ο all inn or
H team Good·,;
jtgrirmUmrm! larlnmli, Dir., Ilie.
TO MILL MEN !
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
Qnartx MiU· wltb the beat kind· of punched
icrecn*. We bare a raperior SCREEN PDNCH
INO MACHINE, and fnarantee latUfaetion la
MST Order· reepeetlallr «elicited.
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.,
Comer of 0 and Itylor itreeu Vlrjlala.
[Sept. t, 1844—tf]
DBT GOODS AND CLOTHING.
J. BAUIW Sc BBO.,
Next Doer! M the Gold HIU New· Offlce,
Are now opening the most ex·
tentlre ttoek of
Costom - Made Clothing,
At Price» which will pleaae all.
Tou can uti 33 per ce·!, by calling on α·,
ai we are determined to fell our new itock of
FALL QOOD8, conaiitlng of
BROADCLOTH AND BEAVER SUITS,
FANCY CAS8LMKRK AND BUSINESS
BLACK AND FANCY DOESKIN PANTS;
FANCY AND PLAIN CASS. PANTS;
SATINETTE PANTS, all colora;
COTTONADE PANTS, different colon ;
DUCK AND LNIEN MINING PANTS.
Velvet, Silk, Coahmere, Cloth and CawtU
Of all colora' oad ityln.
BOOTS, *1 SHOES,
We hare the larceat nuortment In the
Stat· of Godfrey'·, Wine'», and
NAILED « BOOTS !
DOUBLE-HOLE STITCH DRESS BOOTS;
SINGLE SOLE CALF DRESS BOOTS;
PEGGED BOOTS, every description;
BOYS' BOOTS, all size· and «aalltlea.
Of Da Til & Jones, Atklnaon, nnd Star
Faner Travelln* Ovemhlrt*, all colon;
Flannel Shirt·, every description ;
Shaker Flannel Underwear, all color»;
Iloaierr of all Kind·;
Buck Glorea and Mltta, beavy and light.
Iled, (inri Bine and Green
, Of California Make. ·
TRAVELING BAGS, Carpet and Leather)
TRUNKS, all «Ize» and Price·.
(7*Donot fall to call oo us. FOR CASH yon
con «are 25 per cent.
J. BAUM & IIHO..
Next <Mr to Geld Hill New» Ofllce.
J. MRNÈRT4 (O.,
Call tha attention of their mend· and the public In
general te the
NAN FRANC INFO
VIRGINIA EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
WHERE YO0 CAN BUY THE LATEST
itylea of !
CUSTOM MAD Κ CLOTHING
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Hata, Cap», Boot* an<l Shoes, Blanket*. Trunk*,
Vallaea, Carpet Dae·. Kid Glove», Perfumery, etc. 1
N.B.—New Good* of the latest style received by
every Steamer, direct from New York.
«-BENKERT'S BOOTS-A full aupply con
stantly on hand. Remember
J. BARNKKT A CO., Catreet,
Next door to Well· Farxo k Co.'· old ofllce.
HERE THEY ARE ! -
New Goods? New Goods!
ORE AT EXCITEMENT
Next Door to W., F. âc Co'a F.xpreaaOfBce.
JU8T RECEIVED BY EXPRESS, a Large
and Magnificent assortment of—
SPRING AID SUMMER
Dry Goods 2
LADIES are reipectftilljr Invited to call and
examine my new and iplendld stock, which will
AT THE LOWEST PRICES! |
And which la comprised of the finest PLAIN
ALPACAS, MERINOS, ,
AND DRESS GOODS!
Silk, Cloth aad Velvet Cloak· !
Silk, Caahaere and TImoo Shawl· !
And· magnificent aaaortment of
GLOVES, HOSIERY, RIBBONS, HAND
Needlework Edging and Lare Insertion !
(Jeatlemen'a FurnUhlnc Good·,
Lia·· and Cotton Mheetlaca,
WALL ΡΛΡΕΒ, ,
LiiiM1 Hata aid Bonrti,
And, In fact, erery thin* In th· Dry Good· line, .
which will be «old ai cheap FOR CASH, u can
be obtained In the State, (lire me a call.
Gold Hill. May '3. Ιββ.1 my 13 6m 1
Piano <br Sale Cheap, ,
At Anaarr Hall.
ONE VERY FINE BRILLIANTE TONE,
Seren OctaTe, Ronnd Corner. Roaewood
PIANO, bclonjlnf to a lady about to go Kant, la
for aale cheap. Inquire of
MR. GEO. EELS, or
MR. J. HALL,
au31 m la Of the Pioneer Lanndry. J
'ΓΗΕ TAXES FOR THE TOWN OF GOLD
Hill, upon the proceed· of tb· mine·, are now
due and payable for the Quarter ending March <
31, 1M5 ; and the law· In regard to their oollec·
tloa will ba (trictly enforced,
THO& a JOHNSON, I
Marikal and Aiaeuor.
Dated Jaaa 15, IMS. jalltf
TO THENER VOUS AJiD INFIEZ.
"TiB. J. PERRAULT, GRADUATE of
THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEEN'S COL·
LEOE, beg* to inform patient· and other* ««ek
ing medical advice, that he may be comoited per
«onally or by letter, in all cane· of Nervou· and
Physical Debility, and the various disorder* aris
ing from sedentary habit·, exce··, accident or
climate, from 9 a. M. to 12 M„ and from S to 8 P.
at hln office, Armory Building, northeast cor
ner Montgomery and Sacramento street·, Room*
No*. 9,10 and 11, first floor, up italri. Entrance on
either Montgomery or 8acramento streets.
Where a »ecret infirmity exist·. Involving tb·
bappine·· of a life and that of other*, reawn and
morality dictate the necessity of It· removal, for
It I· a fact that premature decline of the vigor
of manhood, matrimonial unbapplneu, compul
sory «Ingle life, local and physical debility, ete.,
have their «ource* In cauie*, the germ of which
1» planted in early life, and the bitter fruit
taated long afterward*
DOCTOR PERRAULT'8 Diploma, are in hi*
office·, where patient· can tee fortbemselves that
they are under tbe care of a regularly educated
practitioner. The beat references will be given
when required. Patient* «uffering under chronlo
diseases can call and examine for thenuelves. We
Invite Investigation ; claim not to know every
thing, nor to cure everybody j but we do claim
that in all cane· we take under our treatment we
fulfill our promise·. We particularly request
tho«e who have tried this boasted Doctor, and
that advertised Physician, till worn out and dis
couraged, to call upon us. It will cost nothing,
a» consultation· are free. In all eases of Primary,
Tertiary and Secondary Syphlll», Pain· in the
Bone·, Old Sore», Rheumatism, Oonorrhea,
Gleet, Stricture·, etc., particular attention I·
given, tu well a· to cases ot Seminal Emission
TO THE LADIEH.
Ladle· suffering from any complaint incident
to their nex, such as the White·, Falling of the
Womb. Irregularities Puin in the Sid·, Headache
Palpitation, Suppression, and all other Diseaae*
to which the Female system Is (objected, wiilflnd
prompt relief by addressing themselves to DOC
To tboso seeking onr advice, a plain atatement
3f their case will be given, whether curable or
The great experience acquired by DR. PER
RAULT In hi· extensive practice, and In tbe va
rious Hospital· of Continental Europe, affords an
implo guarantee to those seeking advice of being
inder the care of a legally qualified practitioner.
DR. PERRALLT'8 namo Is to be found In the
Medical Register, under the authority of the Med
cal Council of Great Britain, and I*, therefore,
lot to be classed with the names (In many cases
usnmed) of a horde of adventurers who, through
:bo public press, seek to Impose upon the credu
ous and unwary by the publication of quollfica·
Ions, and the advocacy of specifics, that are
■arely beneficial, and In most cases positively In
Person· at α distance can be cured at home by
wldresslng a letter to DR. PERRAULT and sta
ling their cose.
Letter* by Expiess to be addressed to J. PER
RAULT, M. D., corner of Sacramento and Mont
fomery streets, Rooms Nos. 9,10 and 11, or to Box
<73, Post Office. San Francisco. ju21 3m
Η Δ R Ν Ë S"S ,
Q'15 to 8:i;}5 per Met.
87 to 8100 Each.
81 SO to 8.ΊΟ Each·
HYDE & McClESWEiYS,
227 Montgomery street,
RTJSS BLOCK, ·
ôl GENERAL ASSORTMENT
M Per Out. Loss than anjr
lloiuc on (lie Pacific
ΓΗΕ TRADE SUPPLIED
AT A (OnniKNION!
A Liberal Discount
■idling at Cost !
Soiling at Cost !
No. :iO Houth C Htreet.
Next Door to Gllllc, Motl i Co.'».
HEINO AIÎOUT TO LEAVE NEVADA,
renpeetfnlly offer» hi· entire atock of Oooda
IT COST, confuting of
CHAINS OH ALL KINDS, Ktc..
cy Thene Good» MUST BE SOLD on or be.
bre October lut, to clone the «lock. Λ
All Oooil« gnnranteed to be tbo «aine an repres
ented. Olve me α coll and buy cheap.
JLUSOra ADOLl'H HIRSCHMAN.
SCHOOI; Β Ο Ο K 8 !
Or Air Other BhIu,
f\R ANY KIND 0Γ STATIONERY, CAN
[J alway* be had at the
" PIONEER BOOK «TORE,"
Corner of C and Union itreeU,
Vη Cheap an the Chrnpeat ! ! !
I Will Not be Undrra*ld.'
«el6m W. II. B1TRRALL.
Wliolewile «nd Retail
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
PINE .ItGRMCHAim PIPE*.
(O. A4 HOUTH C MTRBET, VIRGINIA.
rsrcàll and »ee πιο end reap the benefit of
X)W PRICKS. ■ .ell If
Worwe than Oreenbacka!
FASHION HKSTA1HANT, Gold Hill.
Adolph benitz, THE PROPRIETOR of
tbl· place, thin morning paid me a debt of
welve dollar» lo rkstauraxt TirKKTS. which la
rorne pay than Omtnbaclca at par ! T><e pnbllc
,ad better look, or be may nurve them the inme
Caul Ion I
Γ HE PUBLIC ARE IIEREBV CAl'TIONEI)
not to negotiate for Warrant No. 336, of the
."own of Oold Hill, the name having been loit by
'Sold Hill, i'ept. 18. Ig63.
Gold HOI, Sept. A 1669.
HERRICK, MCCURDY 4 CO.
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