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THE EVENING NEWS.
(Jaira County CMTcallra.
The delegates elected yesterday assem
bled at the Open House this morning at
10 o'clock, and were called to order by C.
J. Hillyer, Esq., President of the Storey
County Union Central Committee.
Upon the call to order of the Conven
tion, Mr. Hillyer made some brief remarks,
and called for the construction of a tem
porary organization.
Upon motion, it was carried that C. J.
Hillyer act as temporary President, C. C.
Warner Secretary, and James McBurney
Serjeant-at-Arms.
Upon motion the following Committee
on Credentials was appointed by the
Chair :
Lower Gold Hill—A. L. Greely.
Upper Gold Hill—John Lambert.
American Flat —W. L. Lowe.
Flowery—E. L. Buckingham.
First V/ard, Virginia—C. Findley.
Second Ward. Virginia—C. C. Warner.
Third Ward, Virginia, A. L. Richardson.
Fourth Ward,Virginia—W. S. Edwards,
After which, the following Committee
on Permanent Org&ization was appoint
ed by the Chair upon an adopted motion :
Lower Gold Hill—C. C. Stevenson.
Upper Gold Hill-H. Donnelly.
American Flat-Mr. Steele.
Flowery—Wra. Woodhurst.
First Ward, Virginia—C. B. Kimball.
Second Ward. Virginia—Ed. Ingham.
Third Ward, Virginia—T. M. Nosier.
Fourth Ward, Virginia—Ο. H. Grey.
Upon motion it was carried that the
Convention adjourn for fifteen minutes, in
order to allow Committees time to re
port.
Upon re-assembling the Convention was
called to order by the President, and the
Secretary read the list of accredited dele
gates as reported by the Committee, num
bering in all (with four proxies) fifty-one,
and the report was unanimously adopted.
The committee on permanent organiza
tion reported as follows for permanent
others : For President, C. J. Hillyer; for
Vice President. J. C. Tucker ; for Secre
tary, C. C. Warner ; for Sergeant-at
Arms, J. McBurney.
Upon motion the report was adopted as
read, and C. J. Hillyer, Esq., made a few
pertinent remarks, which were applauded.
Thomas Peasley moved that a commit
tee of five be appointed to prepare a draft
of Order of Business, to which an amend
ment was offered by a delegate from Gold
Hill that the original order of business,
as stated by committee, be adopted.
Amendment carried.
Mr. McDonald, as proxy for Mr. Nel
son, was ruled out upon recommendation
of the Gold Hill delegation.
Mr. C. E. Olney, of Gold Hill, offered
the following resolution, which was adopt
ed by the Convention.
Resolved, That this Convention proceed
Ιϋ tue SCICl'UUU UI lUUlT-9iA UUV^aiCQ kV/
the State Convention, and that as soon as
said delegates are selected we adjourn un
til Wednesday, the 12th day of October,
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, and that
the nominations of all other officers be
postponed until said adjourned meeting.
A motion to adjourn for thirty minutes,
in order to permit of α " caucus " for del
egates, was then carried.
At 12 o'clock m. the Convention re
assembled, and upon coming to order, Mr.
Greeley, of Gold Hill, offered the follow
ing list of gentlemen as delegates to the
State Convention :
Virginia—First Ward—J. llolliday, J.
Carter, C. Findley, J. Showers, D. E.
McCarthy.
Second Ward—B. C. Whitman, C. C.
Warner, S. Washerman, I. S. Burson, M.
R. Williams, J. D. Meagher, Wm. M.
Gillespie.
Third Ward—A. Williams, T. M. Nos
ier. C. J. Hillyer, R. D. Ferguson, A. W.
Baldwin, 1*. Robson, C. F. Scholl.
Fourth Ward—Thomas Ryan, M. S.
Dexter, A. A. lisnning, J. Kirby.
Lower Gold Hill—H. R. Herrick, A.
I.. Greeley, C. C. Stevenson, Lloyd
Frizell.
Upper Gold Hill-J. H. Mills, J. W.
Woodruff, Χ. A. H. Ball, J. C. Corey, J.
M. Walker, C. Fliedner.
American Flat—E. Patten, J. A. Rigby.
Flowery—E. L. Buckingham.
Ned Ingham, in an eloquent speech,
moved that the name of Thomas Peasley
be substituted for some one of those dele
gates, declaring that when treason stalked
abroad and raised its hated flag here in
Virginia, Peasley was the first to dare the
rebels and to tear down their hated rag ;
and he asked, as a minority courtesy, that
his name be placed on the list of delegates.
Lost.
Mr. Peasley coming in, spoke on the
unusual " slate " make-up presented by
Mr. Greeley, and thought it was an abro
gation of his and other people's rights, and
moved that the delegates be elected by
ballot. Lost.
Peasley then proposed to withdraw
from the* Convention. President Ilillyer
said he had no control over Peasley's per
son ; to which Tom replied that he reck
oned not.
The vote was then taken on the list
recommended as above and passed by a
vote of 34 to 14.
C. E. Olney, of Gold Hill, offered and
read a resolution endorsing Clagett.
Peasley moved to table the resolution.
Lost—34 to 10.
Greeley moved to adopt the resolution.
Messrs. Peasley. Grey and Ingham
called for the ayes and noes on the ques
tion—ayes 34, noes 11.
Clagett being called on for a speech,
he made some Drioi remarn».
C. C. Stevenson moved that each mem
ber of the Convention be a committee of
one to procure registration of Union
voter* this afternoon. Carried.
Ν. A. H. Ball, of Gold Hill, upon re
ceiving permission, made some remarks as
to registration of Union voters.
Upon motion the Convention adjourned
until Thursday, October 12th, having
completed their business for the present.
Foote Kbtbacixo Hie Footstbvs—
Wish Krti'r.nino to Wisdom.—The war
wrought some remarkable political trans
formations. Henry S. Foote, who in the
United States Senate used to deliver him
self oi periodical panegyrics on the excel
lencies of slavery ; Henry A. Wise, who,
as Governor of Virginia, hung John
Brown, and would have successfully hung
every anti-slavery man in the country,
upon the same gallows, if it had been in
hie power—this brace of Henrys are now
both avowed Abolitionists, and have pub
lished letters to that effect. The first
named goes the whole doctrine of negTO
suffrage. Wise says he is reconciled to
many of the worst calamities of the war,
because, as he expresses it, "I am now
convinced that the war was a special prov
idence of God to tear us loose from the
black idol." Foote says : "I prefer to end
our troubles at once, by granting to the
negroes the right of suffrage." All that
we now need to complete the picture pre
sented by the Henrys, is a dissertation on
·· the Henrys of Secession," by Jefferson
Davis, and a " Eulogy on the Federal
Union," by John C. Breckinridge.
Music Hall.—Last night was the firsl
of a new local farce, written for the com
pany by Walter Bray, and entitled " The
Three Fast Men," and which is decidedlj
one of the best local plays yet presented
by this son of Momua. The play it fui
of local hits.
CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTA
TION IN THE SOUTH.
Considerable uneasiness is manifeeted
by Congressional aspirants in the re
claimed States concerning their eligibility
in view of the test oath that is now exact
ed from every member of Congress. The
Richmond papers have published the
views of Governor Pierpoint upon this
subject, in reply to certain questions pro
pounded to him by politicians. The oath
requires members to swear that they
" have voluntarily given no aid, counte
nance, counsel or encouragement to per
sons engaged in armed hostility " against
the Government, and the Governor says
there is no reason to believe that Congress
will repeal this oath in order to give seats
to persons who cannot consistently take
it. His supposition is unquestionably
correct, but will the late rebel States be
able to find suitable men for Congressmen
who are eligible according to this test ? It
is well known that the politicians and men
of influence in the South were almost
unanimously implicated in treason, and
men of intelligence, who gave neither en
couragement nor counsel to the rebellion,
are a great rarity. It is evident, there
fore, that if the said States expect their*
delegations to be admitted at the next
session of Congress, they must select
them with the most scrupulous care.
Therefore, the politicians who have
been connected with the rebellion
should be kept in the back ground. The
test oath will probably be repealed before
long, but until that time the Southern
States will h»ve to find Congressmen with
good records.
Csluel Mumtirr.
Those Union men who would make sure
of keeping the rebels on probation until
they inspire confidence in their returning
loyalty by their acts as well as their pro
fessions, should support Colonel Sumner
for the nomination tor Congress. Not
only slavery itself must be freely aban
doned by the rebels but the spirit of
slavery must be subdued and thoroughly
quenched before the reins of civil Govern
ment are again placed in their hands.
Congress has the power to guard against a
too hasty surrender of the advantages
secured by the result of the war, and
all truly loyal men are unwilling to
hazard the future security of the Union
by restoring too soon to the hands of
traitors that power which they turned
against the Government. It is but a
proper and necessary caution to exact from
them a sufficient security for the protection
of that class of persons so long oppressed
by them, but who are now the wards of
protection. To aid in this duty our rep
resentative should be one who ha* given
no faltering support to the Administration
on account of its anti-slavery war meas
ures ; one who docs not hesitate or evade
the endorsement of the strongly loyal
platform of a Union Convention at whose
hands he asks a nomination ; one, in short,
whose condemnation of treason and rebel
lion is not so mildly expressed as to leave
us uncertain of his sincerity, and whose
loyalty is never questioned by any one.
Such α man is Charles Λ. Sumner, and
such is not \V. II. Clagett. The adher
ence of every good citizen to the Union
party is desirable in a time of danger, but
whea the welfare of the nation is menaced,
we would put no man on guard whose de
votion to the cause is not of the most in
tense and earnest character. The Union
is saved, but true loyalty would go be
yond that and turn the victory to account
by securing its perpetuation upon the
basis of freedom and equal rights to all in
the enjoyment of life, liberty and the pur
suit of happiness.— Fa. Union.
A Solrmn Truth.—He who labors to
mend the manners of the age in which he
lives will depend on the charity of the
few for his bread and the malice of the
many for hi» fame.
KcHglou» Notice».
ΡκκΗΗΐτΐκίλ* Cuvrck—VlrglnlaCtty—Rev. Wm.
M. Martin, Pastor. Services ever* Sabbath, on tho
tlrntrtoorof Old Fellows* Build Inc. Β street, at II
A. M. and 7%' F. M. Sabbath School and Bible Claw
immediately after service. Meeting» for prayer on
Sabbath evenings. one hour before service, lieueral
prayer meetings on Thursday evenings, and young
men's prayer meeting on Tuesday evening*. In Pro
bate Court Room, same building. " Pastor's resi
dence, Cbapln House."
Tabernacle Baptist CHCICM, Virginia, Rev. B. S.
McLaHTerty, Pastor—Service» at Armory Hall, Vir
ginia. morning and cvculng. Sabbath School ami
Pastor's Bible Class. Immediately after morning
service.
St. John's Chcrch—Protestant Episcopal, Gold
Hill—Rev. H. D. Lathrop, Minister. Divine sen-Ice
Sunday·» at II a. κ. and 7S p. *. Sunday School
at 12S o'clock p.m.
Chvrch or "Tit* Awkxsion." Dayton—Rev. 0.
W. Whltaker, Rector.—Services, during Mr. Whlta
ker's absence, will be held as usual, everv Sunday, In
the new Court House, at X o'clock p. x.
Methodist Chvrch.—There will be Methodist
service every Sunday, In Odd yellows' Hall, Gold
lllll. Preaching In the evening at 7S o'clock—Rev.
P. C. Adams, Pastor. ΑΠ are invited to attend.
MrriionisT Chvrch—American City—Rev. D. C.
Adams. Pastor. Preaching every Sabbath, at 2"*
o'clock p. *. Sabbath School at IS r. x. Services
are held In the Public School House.
Methodist CncacH—Dayton—Rev. A. H. Hitch
cock. Pastor.—Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. M. Sabbath School at IS p. v. All are cor
dially Invited.
Rosas Catholic.—Services will be held each
Sunday at the Church, Gold Hill, at 10 o'clock A.M.
father O'Reilly. Pastor.
Pkkacuixo at Odd Fellows' Hall, Gold Hill, every
Sabbath, at II o'clock A. M„ by Rev. Charlna R.
Klein.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
.11. FRIEDMAX,
No. ΊΜ South Β acreet, Virginia*
(Xext Door to Berry'·,)
Has just received, by the last
Steamer. an<l ia conntantly receiving, the
Viae·! Brand* of Haraaa Cigar·,
Which he I» prepared to iell at the very loweft
rate·. AUo. retail» a· iplendld Bit Cigar· a· can
be offered In tbia market, or by the boi at the
cheapen ratea
C'ome ont», come all, try, and judge for
youreelr**. oc5 m 1h
ΒROVriV'S LVDfCH HOUSE,
Corner of Union and C atrreta,
VIRGINIA,
C1HARLBN BROWN HAS THIS
j morning opened a flrat-clau Lunch Houte
in the building formerly occupied by the Califor
nia Stage Company, where may alwayt be found
the dries! of
Cald Iiunch,
Ι1·ι Tea and faffee,
Pie· Cake·, etc.
Term» cheap. Call and *ee me.
oc4 m CHARLES BROWN.
n wertueiher,
Wholesale unci Itctail
DEALIRS II»
FOKKION and DOMESTIC
■BOARS,
TOBACCO,
PLAVINO CARDS,
FIXE nEBDCHAlin PIPE*.
MATCBE*, ETC.
ΝΛ .VI SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA.
r7*Call and »e« ma and reap th· benefit of
LOW PRICES^ «el6tf
S. HASSERntV,
Notary Public far dlarcy Coaaly,
—AND—
CommiHNioner of* Deeds
—rOR—
CALIFORNIA,
PENNSYLVANIA,
MISSOURI,
OHIO, and
NEW YOKK.
fp" Declaratory Statement· drawn up and
filed In the U. S. Land Office at Canon.
U. S. Patenta for Town Lot· obtained.
OFFICE—Corner of Union and Β street·, Vir
ginia. an» tf
ASSAIERS AND BANKERS' NOTICES.
ASSAY OFFIC Ε
— or —
Η . Η Α Β Β I »,
AT A. B. PAUL à GO.'S BANKING HOUSE.
Gold HIU Nevada Territory.
THE UNDERSIGNED, ESTABLISHED AS
Assayer eight years In California, and for two
rear» la Nevada Territory, la now at Uuld Util, where
he will attend to any business entrusted to him with
promptness and dispatch.
Gold, Silver and ore· of Every Descrip
tion Assayed,
And returns of Bullion made within six hours In Ban
or Coin, at the option of the depositors.
For correctness of his Assays, he refer? to—
Messrs. Trover 4 Colgate .New York
Messrs. B. Behrend 4 Co New ïork
Messrs. Davidson 4 Berri San Francisco
Messrs, J. I'arrott 4 Co Sun Francisco
Messrs. Sather 4 Co San Francisco
Messrs. Tallaut 4 Co Sau Francisco
Messrs. Reynolds. Rets 4 Co San Francisco
Messrs. B. F. Hastings 4 Co Sacramento
Messrs. D. 0. Mills 4 Co Sacramento
Messrs. Rldeout 4 Smith Marysvllle
Messrs. Decker 4 Jewett Marysvllle
Messrs. B. F. Hastings 4 Co Virginia City
Messrs. Mavnard 4 Flood Gold HIU
Messrs. A, B. Paul 4 Co Gold Hill
Charce· at San Francisco Kate*.
augl2 H. HAItltlS.
Gold Hill Assay Office
—AND—
ANALYTICAL LABORATORY.
BULLION Λ ΥΙ) ORES
ASSAYED,
Al Gold Hill Mlorey County,
NEVADA,
By CONRAD WIEGAND,
Formerly Napervlilog Aaaayer
AT THE UNITED ftTATEM MINT
At Sao Francisco, and late
Nnperintendenl of Aiiayiag
AT THE GOUI'D & CL'RRY 7111,1,
Virginia City. Nevada.
CIIKMICAL AND
Anulyticul Dopai-tmcnt,
(Rlckard 4 Wlecand, Proprietor·,)
Conducted by
WM. T. RICKAKD, F. C. β.,
Formerly Aisayer and Analytical Chemist by
special appointment of the Government of
Chile, and lute of Mitchell Si Rick
aril, London.
Gold and silver bullion melted
and Assayed, Ht Son Francisco rate*.
RETURNS IN BARS are a* speedily rendered
ai la compatible with η critical aiicertainnicnt of
Value.
The Value· stamped are guaranteed to be those
which the U. S. Mint (or ita Branche») will de
clare, If deposited for coinage.
Ore assay· carefullv made, at rate» reasonably
correspondent with the numbor and character of
Assays desired, and with the amount and form of
sample famished.
Examinations and Analyses of all descriptions
of Ores, Minerals and Waters. Also of Chemi
cals. Groceries and other substances liable to
adulteration in commerce.
Specific and detailed circulars furnished on ap
plication personally at the office, or bv mail to
CONRAD WIEOAND,
East side of Main street, near and below Wells,
Fargo & Co.'a. Gold Hill.
References—By Permission.
IN 001,1) HII.I..
P. D, Hedley, Esq., Agent Wells, Fargo it. Co.
J. W. Flood ii Co., Bankers.
Ν. A. H. Ball. Esq., at J. W. Flood Λ Co.'s.
W. II. Blauvelt, Esq.. of tho Bank of California.
IN VIRGINIA.
Chaa. Bonner. Esq., Sup't Gould & Curry Co.
J. H. Latham. Esq., Agent Wells. Fargo & Co.
Wm. Sharon, Esq., at the Bank of California.
IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Robt. B. Swain, Esq., Sup't U. S. Branch Mint.
Benj. T. Martin, Esq., Assayerof U. S. B. Mint.
Alpncus Bull, President of Gould Λ Curry Co.
D. O. Mills, Esq., at the Bank of California.
Donohoe, Kelly & Co.
Sather it Co.,
Flint. Peabody & Co.
Parrott 4; Co..
Chas. F. Rlehn,
Wm. T. Coleman, Esq.
Gold Hill, Sept. 13, 1865. solg tf '
.ASSAY OFFICE
—OK—
VAUWYCK & *AI¥rtlEZ,
Gold Hill Nevada.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO RE
ceive—
Deposits of Gold and Nilrer llullion.
For Melting and Assaying.
Having every convenience belonging to a
FIRMT- CIjA.HM ΛΜΗΛΥ OFFICE,
And the assistance of men thoroughly compe
tent In every department of the business, our
Depositor» ÏTIay Kely Upon Returns,
As being correct and exact in every particular.
VttlueH reported, and fniarnnteed to cor
respond with the jinHiiyn of tho V. S. Mint.
ORE ASSAYS CAKEFULLY MADE.
Rale· of Chargea—According to the 8au
Francisco tariff, viz: One per cent. In value of
Silver, and 83 for reporting Gold, when the same
Is lesa than 61,200 ; when over that amonnt, one·
fourth of one per cent, of tho value. Ore Assays
for Gold and Silver. $5. sel2 tf
The Bank of California!
AGENCY,
GOLD IIII.L, Nev
"VVM. SHARON, Oon'l Acent.
THIS AGENCY IS NOW PREPARED TO
receive Deposits of COIN or BULLION,
either on
OPEN ACCOUNT,
Or 10 Imw Orti dente· Theixfor!
Payable (at the option ot the holder; in Qolil Hill
or In San Francisco ; to make Collection* ; pur
chase Bullion nt the most favorable rates, or ad
vance coin thereon when forwarded to the Parent
Bank in San Francisco ; sellsBlllsof Exchange;
and transact · General Banking Business.
Checks for Sale on
London, Paris,
Bank of Ireland (Dublin), New York,
San Francisco. Boston,
Portland (Oregon), Sacramento, etc.
WM. SHARON. General Agent.
W. H. BLAUVELT, Cashier.
Gold Hill, Sept. 30. 186.5. sc30 tf
V.A.N WYCK & CO..
A88AYER8,
TATLOR'8 BUILDING. ΤΑΥΙ,ΟΚ STRKKT
Vlrclnln City.
Gold and silver bullion mblted and
Assayed, and return» made I η Bar· the day ot
deposit.
Our AnaayM
Will conform strictly to the standard of th·
U. S. Mint,
And our charges will be the same as In San Franclsc·
β"Particular attention given to ORE ASSAYS.
lyl
LEOPOLD KU1I,
AS8AYER,
—AND—
Metallurgical Chemist!
-On Tavlor atreet. «oat
of Dslreet, Virginia.
EKtnbliKhod in 1801 !
BULLION -MELTED, ASSAYED,
And returns thereof made In st amped Bars or Coin
rp· The correctness of bis computations is
proved In tie same way as done by him during a
number of years in the'U. S. Mint, San Francisco.
CyAlliln ds of Ores and Minerals tested, as
aayed and analyzed.
*7"Refera to Public Opinion. [aug2l2ptf
Notice.
OFFICE OF COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR,
8torey county, Nevada—Virginia, Septem
ber 18,1865.—To the Tax Payers of Storey coun
ty.—Notice 1· hereby given, that the State and
Conoty Taxes for the fiscal year 1865 are now due
and payable at thla office, and that the law In re
gard to thalr collection will be strictly enforced.
L F. O'FERRALL,
s«19 m County Tax Collector.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE!
TNTENDING TO LEAVE THE STATE FOR
Α α permanent residence elsewhere, I shall
Close the Banking Business
—or—
J. W. FLOOD & CO,
In thin place, from thl· date.
Depositor· and holder· ofVertlflcate· are re
quested to
CALL FOB THE EE BALANCES,
And partie· Indebted will please
Close their Account* at Once.
..çy To all those who have honored me with
their patronage and confidence, I return cordial
thank·. J. W. FLOOD.
Gold Hill, Nov., Oct. g, 1865. oc2tf
QUARTZ MILL
For Sale or Lease.
THE MILL KNOWN A8 THE "METAL
lurglcal Work·," Dayton, will be leaned or
•old on roaionable terme. Site of MlU, fifteen
stamp·, with Hepburn pont
Apply at the Agency of the Hank of California,
Ylrgtola. ic28 m
BATH8!
Baths, 50c} ^ (Baths, .10c
Reduction |oi* Prlcee ! Î
MAYER & F LIE DIVER,
Proprietor· of the Gold Hill Bath·,
MAIN STREET,
Tr 0 ST RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
1VL that from thl· day they have reduced the
price· of Bath·
From 75c to 50c Each !
Connected with their establishment Is the moat
celebrated BAKBER SHOP In the State.
Particular attention Is paid to Curling, Hair·
Dressing and Cutting, and Shampooing of Ladle·
and Children.
All kind· of French and American PlRrtJMM,
of the finest qualities, always on hand ; also, the
finest Hair TONIC.
Hungarian and Sweedish Likchks for sale.
CP* Oentlomen'· Shaving, Haircuttlng, Sham
poolng. eta, promptly attended to with dispatch
and politeness. Give us a call.
•e9_|f MAYER A FLIEDNER.
I \TEH\ATIO\A I.
CIG-A.R STORE,
No. 1 INorth C at., Vlrelnla, and
WOLD HILL EXCHANGE
CIGAR STORK,
At I.eeke <Sc ('lawaon'» Saloon, Gold Hill,
S. PACKSHER,
Wholeimle and Retail Dealer
—IN—
Hnvnnnand Domeitlo diaril
('iibnno· Clcarltoa;
VnrlouN kind* of Tobacco·|
1'lnrln· Card·;
Pocket Knlvo· ;
Frcnch Match and
Tobacco Boxe·;
The Klnrnt Kind of Hlckorr Cnnca, Etc.
FINK HAVANA CIGAR» .... 84 per box
JuHt received, the flne»t and blgffeit itock of
MEERSCHAUM PIPES,
Which make· roe able to «ell thorn 35 per ct.
Cheaper than any other Store iu the State.
Partie» idling again will And It profitable
to come and »ee my stock of CIGARS AND TO
BACCOS before purcha*ing eUewhere,
M. PACKNHKK,
No. I North C atreet, Vlralnla,
> —AMI—
Locke 1' Clawaon'a Saloon, Gold Hill.
»e27 HmUp
C. W. YOUNG,
No. 13 Mouth C atreet, Virginia,
—DK1I.ÏR U—
WATCHES
CLOCKS·
JEWEI/KV,
SILVERWARE. Etc.
Manufacturer of
OOI.D AND BVI.LION GOODS.
All article· told under full guarantee·.
Watchn· and Clock· Repaired and Warranted
by J. I)kBELL. »e2J tf
SCHOOL BOOKS!
Or Aay Other Book·,
OR ANY KIND OP STATIONERY, CAN
nlway· be had at the
" PIONEER BOOK STORE,"
Corner of C and Union atreet·,
Virginia, Nevada,
A* Cheap rh the Cheapest!!!
I Will Not be Vadertold !
»e!6 m W. Π. BURR ALL.
Μ Α. X LEVY,
—IMPORTER AND DIAl.KK IH-I
WATCHES, DIAMONDS & JEWELRY
No. S04 Wukli|t*a ilrwl,
(.Second door above Dupont,)
KAN FRANCISCO,
And well known in this g>
community, would reapectfnlly In iP\
form hla numeroua frlenda that he bu ea·
tubllnhed himaelf in the above named lo·^···
cullty, where he would be pleaaod to aee them.
Any order* aent to him will be promptly at
tended to.
Remember the place where you can tee yonr
old trlend, MAX IEÏÏ,
804 Waahlngton utreet,
nulGtf Second door above Dupont, 8. F.
flfollce.—Good» left with me when I cloied
ont my bualncts In Virginia city, and not called
for, can be obtained of C. W. Young, who now
occuplea my former atore. MAX LEVY.
Piano Ibr Sale Cheap,
At Areaery Hall.
ONE VERY FINE BRILLIANTE TONE,
Seven-Octave, Round Corner, Roiewood
PIANO, belonging to a lady about to go Eaft, U
for >ale cheap. Inquire of
MR. GEO. EELS, or
MR. J. HALL,
an31 m la Of the Pioneer Laundry.
County Tax Collector'» Office.
STOREY COUNTY. STATE OF NEVADA,
AOgnit 28,186.1.—Notice ia hereby given, that
the taxea aaaeaaod on the proofed· of the mlnea
for the Quarter ending June 31, 18β5, are now
due and payable, and that the law with regard to
their collection will bettnctly enforced.
Office. No. 8 South Β itreet, Virginia City.
L P. O'FERRALL,
au29 tf County Tax Collector.
Notice to "Votexn.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OP COUNTY
Commlaaionera of 8torey County, Virginia,
Sept 25, 1M&—Notice la hereby given to the
voter» of Storey county, that thl* Board will
meet at their office, in thla city, on MONDAY,
the 2d day of October, A. D. 1865, and will alt ai
a Board of Regiatratlon, from 10 o'clock Λ. M. to
β o'clock r. ».. In conformity to the provialona of
an Act of the Leglalatnre of the State of Nevada,
entitled "An Act to provide for the Reglatration
of the Namea of Electora, and for the ascertain
ment of proper proofa of the peraona who ahall
be entitled to the rlghta of aufltage.
By order of the Board.
ae26 td LUCIEN HERMANN, Clerk.
Notice.
'ΓΗΕ TAXES FOR THE TOWN OF GOLD
*- Hill, upon the proceed* of the mine*, are now
due and payable for the Quarter ending March
I 31, 1865 ; and flie law* in regard to their collec
tion will be itrictly enforced.
THOS. α JOHNSON,
Marikal and Aueitor.
Dated Jam 15, IMS. Jml«tf
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.:
GILLIG, MOTT &)CO.
HARDWARE,
\
STEAM GOODS, STOVES
ASD
TIN W A.RE.
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.,
(Plrcpreof Brick Building»,)
COB. C AND TAYLOR STREETS,
Virginia.
QFPER FOR SALE, AT THE LOWEST
rat··, Brut Good», Store·, Tin and Copper
Ware, etc. Oar »tock will be found very con·
plete, baring been carefnllj «elected for thlf Mar
ket.
The following comprlie· a part, only, of our
itock:
350,000 B)· Bar Iron, round and iqur*, all ιΐιβι,
23,000 B« Boiler Plate;
60,000 n· Sheet Iron ,
45,000 It· Shoe Shape, all ilze· ;
14,000 On CaiMteel, Bliiter Steel, and To·
Cork Steel;
Nail Rod, Band Iron ;
16,000 S» Track Iron ;
6,000 It· Bar and 8he«t Copper;
16,000 0)· Lead Pipe, variou· «lté· ;
48,000 feet Qai Pipe, è to 4 lnehei ;
2,000 feet L R. Ho»o, all «lté· ;
160 dozen Hoie Bibb· ;
300 doten Elbow· and Coupling· ;
20,000 Carriage Bolt·, all ·1·ο·;
16,000 Machine Bolt·, all llxel ;
600 Globe Valve·;
900 Anrlli and Vice·;
SO Bellow·, varion· alze·;
Blackamlth·' Tool·;
Scale·. Grinditon··;
400 Wheelbarrow· ;
300 dozen Axe, Pick and 8ledge Handle·;·
Coal ; 1
1,000 dozen Lock·. Hinge·, Butt·;
Tack·;
Knive· and Fork·, Spoon·;
1,000 keg· Blaitlng Powder,
100dozen Pick·;
200 boxe· Window Gla··;!
White Lead, Boiled Oil;
Tnrpentlne ;
Borax ;
Balling Wire and Rope,
600 keg· Nail·, all ·!···
100 box·· Tin,
GILLIG, MOTT * CO.,
Corotr of C and Taylor «troeu Virginia.
STOVES t STOVES It
w
Ε OFFER FOR 8 A L S, AT THE)
Lowent price· :
1,000 Cooking Stove. Parlor 8tovea; |
■Il il ten;
Box Btovea ; Sbeet Iron Stove·.
GILLIG, MOTT A CO.,
Comer of C and Taylor atreet Virginia.
TINT and COPPER W ARK.
IMPORTED AND OF OUR OWN MANUFAC
tnre—a large Stock constantly oa band.
For ial« low, by
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.,
Comer of C anil Taylor ilreeu Virginia.
DOORS.
Windows Λ Window Blind·!
WK HAVK A FULL STOCK ON HAND, Of
varioui alzea, and at low rate·.
GILLIG, MOTT &. CO.,
Comer of C and T»ylor atreeta Virglata.
TO RANCHMEN.
For 8ale
Plowa, Baling Wire;
Aiea, Sbovola, Spades;
Pitchfork», Hoea;
Rope, etc., etc.
GILLIG, MOTT * CO.,
VIRGINIA.
Rubber and Leather
BELTING !
16.000r.œ."8T qcalitt·
For ial* by (
GILLIG, MOTT * CO.,
Comer of C and Taylor atneta Virginia.
GII.LIG, ηοττ * CO.,
Car. C aad Taylerj·!»., Virglala
IfllLLIO, ItOTTfék CO..
lacraatata aad Maa VraatlK·, Cal·
IMPORTERS
ΛΜ9
WHOLESALE DEALEBS
m ALL tnrM 0#
Hardware,
Steam Good»,
Belting,
Oaa Pipe,
Stove·, .
Tin and
Copper
Ware,
Λgrirttltmrmt faylwuti, BH., Etc.
TO MILL MEN!
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
Qnarti Mill· with th· b»«t kind· of punched
•creenr We here » raperlor 8CREEN PUNCH
ING MACHINE, ftnd guarantee utlifaetlon la
daM.
β* Order· reapeettallr «elicited.
GELLIG, MOTT & CO.,
Corner of 0 tad Tiylor areata Vlrjiila.
[Sert ·, lfltt—if)
DRY Q00D8 AND CLOTHLXQ.
New Goods! New Goods!
Jail R«c«irr4 at
Iff. FRAIVK£IVH£LTIER^
Ktxt Dmt w Wq P. & C*'i Ei»r«M Oflet,
GOLD HILL,
LABOR AND WELL SELECTED STOCK
L Of—
FALL and winter
Consisting » Otnertl Aiiortnunt of
Dry Good β,
Cloaks,
Fun,
LU(mMIIIhm>u4 Children'·
Etc., Etc., which will be sold u
CHEAP FOR CASH
Αι can b· obtained la thlt State.
M. FRANKENHEI.TfEH.
Oold HU1, 8ept. 30,1865. m30 tf
FALL FASHIONS!
J.fBAUffl Se BRO.,
Nêit DniJi* the Geld Hill New· Offlrc,
Are now opening the most ex
ternir· itock of .
Custom - Made Clothing,
—AlfD—
' GENT'S
FURNISHING GOODS!
At PrlcealwhlelCwIICploaM all.
4
Τον can ■»« 95 per ce·!· by calling on n«,
u w« art determined to mil eur new stock of
FALL· OOOD8, comlitlng of
BROADCLOTH AND BEAVER HI'ITS,
all colorât
FANCY CASSIMKRK AND BUSINESS
SUITS J
BLACK AND FANCY DOESKIN PANTS;
FANCY AND PLAIN CASS. PANTS ;
SATINETTE PANTS, all color·;
COTTONADΕ PANTS, different color* ;
DUCK AND LNIBN MINING PANTS.
Velvet, Silk, Caahmere, Cloth and Caul·
mere
VESTS!
Of all color* aad ityle».
__L
Boots, m. SHOES,
—AlfD—
GAITERS!
We have the larceet imnortmcnt la the
State ef Godfrey'·, Win·'·, and
other Celebrated
Maker· of
NAILEDWBOOTS I
DOUBLE-SOLE STITCH DRESS BOOTS;
SINGLE SOLE CALF DRESS BOOTS;
PEGGED BOOTS, every description;
BOYS' BOOTS, all tlie· aad «aalltte·.
WHITE 8HIRT8,
Of DtTli ic JtMii Atkinson, ud Star
Brand·.
Flier Trarellne Orerektrta, >11 colon;
Flaual Hhlrt·, «Tery^Mcrlptlon ;}
Skakar Flaaael CadirwMr, all color· ;|
Haalerr *f all Kladu
Baek (J lore· aad .tlltt·, h ««τ 7 arul II» ht.
Μι Orari Blue aad Greco
Blankets,
Of California Mak·.
TRAVELING BAGS, Carpet ami Leatker*
TRCNK8, all itaeaaad Price·.
C^Do aot fall to call on αι. FOR CA8H you
eaa ··▼· S3 p«r oeiv
J. BAin & BRO.,
Next dNr t· Olid Hill Wew· Olct.
Ml tf
J. BARNERT <fc CO.,
Ollltbe attention of thtlr Mend· and th· public In
general to tb·
BAK FRANCISCO
CLOTHING STORE!
-«»
VIRGINIA EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
τχτ-ΗΙΚΙ YOD CAN BUT THI LATEST
VY itjlM Of
CDITOIH MADK CLOTHING
-ΛΜΒ
GENT8» FURNISHING GOODS,
tUu. Cap·, Boot· and Shoe·, Blanket·, Trnnki,
Valla··, Carpet Bap, Kid Olove·, Prrfumrrv, etc.
N.B.—New Good· of tb· latMt «trie received by
•very 8Uam«r. direct from N»w York.
,WBINK*RT'8 BOOTS-A full «apply con
itantly on baad. Remember
J. BARNKKT A 00.. C itreet.
Next door to Well· Iarto A Co. 1 old office.
as3tf
Notice to Mill Men.
MB. HUGHS* ANNOUNCE8 TO tk·
. Mill Men of Stony county that be bai
opened a ibop on Main itreet, Oold Rill, oppoilt·
W*1U, Fargo 4t Co., where he li prepared to
make to order
UIPMTIB DULL· lOUBIVI,
Of all riiM and dafreee of flaraeM.
Ν. B.—HI· Her···· are atmnr tk··
ur eenetraeted tlMwktre, of tke aaae
i·—»aa.
C^Orden left at Up itore of E. Blttner will
reetire preapt ittauoo. m97 tf
HOTELS -RESTAURANTS—SALOONS.
«OLD HILL EICHMGE
LEEKE & CLAW80N,
(Nuece««or* 10 Geo. Lewi»,)
MAIN HTREET, GOLD HILL,
Mamnrd'a Hnlldlng,
"UTOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE to
'» the public generally tbat they have auumed
the proprietorihip of thin popular Saloon, and
will be glad to receive their friend· and the pub
lic, and can aaaure them that they comtantly
hare in itore the flneit brand· of
Wlae·,
Brand lea,
Lliiera,
Alva,
Hack,
Perler aid
Clear·.
A line LUNCH I· ipread dally at II o'clock.
Connected with the Exchange are Una private
Reading Room· for gentlemen.
Give n« a call everybody.
Ε. E. LEEKE.
»o4 tf HARRY CLAW80N'.
WHITE & CTJJfNTNGHAM'S
International Saloon,
C Ht.) former! τ Geo. I.ewl·'.
A rang and quiet READING ROOM, and neat
and coay Sitting Room· are attached to the Sa
loon, which will be made THE SALOON of the
city. None but the fluent of
WINE*,
BRANDIES,
WHISKIES,
And the Choice·! Braada of Cigar·,
Will be (old.
HOT LUNCII from 11 A. M. (o 3 P. M.
We will ipare neither expente nor trouble to
make the INTERNATIONAL η place of re»ort
worthy the patronage of the people of tbe city of
Virginia. [nel3tf| WHITE b CUNNINGHAM.
DOYLE & GOODMAN,
No. 9, North C afreet, Virginia,
(Two door· north of International Notel.)
'THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
A fully announce tot belr friend·and the public
that that they have Juat received their Spring
•tock of âne
BRANDIES,
LIQUORS,
WINE% and
CIGARS.
Alio—would announce themielve· aole deal
er· in
Private, Cravee, Krag aad I.afltlo
WINKS!
Call and nee α·.
JOHN E. DOYLB.
•e9 tf Η. M. GOODMAN.
I'HL'S SALOON,
Two Door· nbove the eclipse ηικυιο»,
OOLD HILL.
Always on hand, thb best wines.
Brandir·, Whlaklea, Oln.Old Tom, Cordial·,
Cl (fer», and bed ofull,
Freeh Carton Imager,
Kept cool and nice In a «tone cellur. All drink·
and cigar· at 11 I-'J rent·.
The ptibllc are Invited to call. auglg If
WASIIOEEXCHAIVGE
BILLIARD SALOON,
)No. 91 South C atrrel,
* (dp ■ τ * ι χ n ).'
9IEMNBM. C. II. VI.IHT 4c CO. I
HAVK THIS DAT PDRCHASKD TIIK INTER·
e«t of D. U. KumcII In thin well known Saloon,
and will be pleased to ri-cclve acall Irom their friend·
and the public.
Pire Marble Bed Billiard Table·
Will alwaj·» be found In good order, and the ΒΑ Κ
will be aupplled with tbc Huent Wine·, Liquor· and
Cigar» fno3tf) C. H.FLINT*CO.
NIAGAHA SALOON;
No. UM North Β street,
VIRGINIA.
Befitted and Change of (Proprietors!
AMOS ITeKMIS
Respectfully announces to the
citizen* of Virginia and vicinity that hahaa
aaanmed control of the well known
NIAGABA NAI.OON,
Where may constantly be found the fineat
Wine·, Liquors, and Cigars.
In the market. AI»o four of the beat BILLIARD
TABLES In the State. Call and lee me.
•elC tf AMOS DENNIS. Prop'r.
Richard Sender.) I Kdw'd Schiaefer.
SAN FRANCISCO
& x-«S»
RESTAURAIT,
t
.ΤΙΑΙίν MTBKET,
Ο old Hill Nevada,
SANDER & SCIIAEFER.
Proprietors. |augl2tf
WHITE HO USE SALOON,
Lower Oold Hill,
ΊΓΙΙΟΜ. K. FINCH, Proprietor.
THE PEOPLE OK LOWER OOLD HILL,
having long »lnce felt the noceailtv of a
FIBMT-CI.A** SALOON
In their vicinity, the underalgned baa fitted up
and furnlahed, and «npplled with the very beat of
all kind· of
WIN EH,
IiIQUORMt
.MALT DRINKS,
TOBACCO,
CKîARS, Kte„
The Saloon of «he WHITE HOUSE, which will
b* kept In a flrat-rate atyle.
THOMAS Ε. Κ INCH, Prop'r.
Oold Hill, Sept. 19. 1*63. »el9 tf
ibiioaltr Bntacli'» Wneon :.WaUln« Mho»,
GOI.D HILI*
THE PROPRIETOR HAS RE-FITTED and
refurnUhed till· old and well-known
refbehhaekt naloon,
And laid In « new itock of the y try belt—
WlMM,
Brandir·, find
Other Liqiert,
Equal to any In GoULHilL
Alio—CIOAR8, of the belt quality.
CONFECTIONERY, all kind·.
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO.
LAOER BEER, of the bent quality In thli
State, from tbe Six mile Canon Brewery, at Oh
Ddlir per Gallon.
THOS. E. FINCH.
Gold Hill, 8ept. 9, lggS. »cS> tf
Antelope Restaurant,
>OlTH C MTREET, VIRGINIA,
Opposite Ithe Knrfnc Ilouie of Yon··
America Co. No. %
[A few door· aoath of and oppoelU to tha offiet
of Weill, Fargo St Co.)
.TIRA. ELLEKT KING
HAVING DETERMINED TO 1
make the Antelope a firit-clau g.
eating-home, lollclti tbe patronage ofa^^SJt
the public.
THE TABLE will alwayi be lupplled with
the luxurle· of tbe market.
Ν. B.—Private Room! for Ladlf». ie23 m
NEVADA SALOON,
Corner of Β and L'nlon at·., Vlr«1nl«.
STOCK, FIXTUReTaND 6000 WILL
FOR SALE!1
fHE PROPRIETORS OF THE ABOVE,
J- being deilrou· of getting out of the bu ilneai,
wlllieli the Stock, Fixture· and Good Will of
that well known and centrally located Saloon,
now doing a good builnew, at a bargain.
Ν. B.—The 8aJoon, until «uch time a· we are
enabled to (ell, will be under the tuperrliion of
Byron Bonaparte Bradt, one of the moat gracefrl
"oar creature·" on the coaat, where the thlraty
can at all time· find the cholceit brand· of Winea,
Liquor· and Cigar·.
GEORGE I. LAMHON,
PAT MULOAHY.
Virginia, Sept. 93,1863. «93 a

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