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THE EVENING NEWS.
BnU·! T«wa ThiIîii·. The Board of Town Trustees met at Judge Hall's office last evening—present, Messrs. Aylsworth, Colbath and Cushing; absent, Messrs, Gray and Herrick. The meeting was called to order by the Presi dent, and the minutes of the preceding meetings read and approved. The Clerk then read the petition of Ellen Taney, praying relief for herself and four children. The petitioner represented herself in very destitute circumstances, and unable to get work. On motion, the petition was referred to Mr. Cushing, who was empowered to draw a warrant in fa vor of the petitioner for such amount, not exceeding tifty dollars, as he thought proper. The Committee on Streets reported that complaints had been made to him by dif ferent parties of the bad condition of thé wwer in the lower part of town, and also the sewer which crosses the tunnel toll road, and recommended that the Marshal be instructed to make necessary repairs. The report of the Committee was received, and the Marshal ordered to carry out the recommendations. The following bills were then presented and read by the Clerk : Bill of J. B. Nelson of $25, for making out assessment roll for taxes on proceeds of mines for the quarter ending Septem ber 30th. Bill of Win. X. Hall, office rent, $25. Bill of Gold Hill Daily Xkw#, for printing, $201 IG. On motion of Mr. Colbath, the bill of J. B. Nelson was ordered paid forth with. A warrant was ordered drawn in favor of Judge Hall for office rent. The bill of Lynch & Mundall was re ferred to L. U. Colbath to be reported on at the next meeting. Mr. L. Smith appeared before the Board snd asked to have the taxes on the Forest Mill Company which had been assessed to him remitted, as he had no connection with the company. The petition was re ferred to L. U Colbath to be reported on at the next meeting, and proceedings against Mr. Smith were ordered stayed during the interim. Mr. Colbath moved that the order of the Board to remit the costs ot proceed ing* for thi> collection of taxe* from the Tunnel Toll-road be recinded. Carried. It was then moved and carried to ac cept the assessment roll which had been properly certified as correct by the Mar shal. On motion the meeting was adjourned till to-morrow (Wednesday) evening, to take action in the matter of the note for the payment for hose, and the payment of Capt. Plaistead's town bonds. Kearsarob Recently we have had frequent reports of the richnes· of the mines in that district, and a short time since some ore was received in Gold Hill, by Mr. Winters, which in assays aver ages $5.000 to the ton ; some being as high as $S,000. and none less than§3,100. This ore comes from, the tunnel at a dis tance of ubout fifty feet from the surface, and the ledge, or rather the pay streak, is ut least eight feet in width. Other mines in the vicinity are also being developed— and our imforraant is the most positively «anguine man from an outside district that we have yet met. Λ. B. Paul has hismill in α fair way of completion, and will be running in about a month on accumulated ore from the Kearsarge and other claims. Yesterday several parties left Gold Hill for Kearsarge District for the purpose of mak ing α thorough inspection of the lodes, and all being practical miners, with much experience, their judgment may be relied upon. Provided the ledges justify, it is the intention of the company to at once transfer a quartz mill, now in Lyon countv, to the district, and as soon as practicable commence crushing their own ore. The above statement may be relied upon, and we are most sanguine in the belief that another year will put Kear sarge District first among outside loca tions. Ball at Daton.—The ladies at Day ton will give a grand ball at Doyl's Hall, m that place, on Tuesday evening, No vember 21st. The proceeds of the party will be applied to the completion of the new school house in that city of wood yards and quartz mills. The financial object is α benevolent one. The principal object, we presume, is to have a pleasant time. There is no doubt but that the latter object will be attained ; it alwavi is when the Dayton ladies move in the mat ter. We have heard several Gold Hitlers express « desire to go to another Dayton ball. This is their opportunity. We say to them, go. There is a chance for all to enjoy themselves hugely. Cold Feet.—The weather which brings on consumption, etc., having come on the Washoe people, we would just direct the attention of the pulblic to the splendid stock of new boots, and woolen goods, which Baum & Brothers, next door to the News office, G >ld Hill, and J. Barnerf & Co., C and Taylor streets, Virginia, have on sale, cheap for cash. '"*·· · »"·" λ» 1,»un Trt./iat· »Κλ ΡίΛηΟΛί «tages by both the Dutch Fist and Placer ville route* left Virginia at noon, and will continue so to leave so long as the storm continues. On the mountains Valentine inform* us that the storm is heavy on each route, and the telegraph on the Dutch Flat route is not in working order. A Bilk.—Mr. Charles M. Todd, who arrived this morning in Virginia, from the new mines at Emerald Bay, on the Placer ville route, declares the whole thing to be a " bilk." but thinks that there are one or two ledges that may show a light assay of gold per ton. DeQuille, of the Enterprise, ts in the district, and advises people not to come there. Fhankbnhiimer's.—The wive» of our citizens can obtain the very best woolen and flannel goods Frankenheiraer's Dry Goods Store, Gold Hill, for them selves and little ones. Warm clothes at this season of the year, is all-important to hea'th, and may prevent many a doctor's exhorbitant charges, if seen to in time. Recorder's Cocrt.—Before Recorder Meagher, Virginia, this morning : Not withstanding the severity of the weather, Judge meaghcr had before him four old bums, on charges of being drunk and dis orderly, who he properly fined. James Williams, arrested by Higbee and Ed wards for robbery, will be tried this after noon. Where was It?—Last evening the eastern horizon was red with the glare of u huge conflagration, apparently at Fort Churchill or Desert Wells. We have been unable to ascertain where it was. Bcllio*.—Wells, Fargo & Co. shipped from their Virginia office, this morning. 25 *" bars of bullion, worth, as per assay, $42, 389 86, and weighing 1.684 pounds. Storm.—The storm in Storey county i-timmenced early this morning, with a violent rain, succeeded by a fall of enow, that melts almost as fast aa it reaches the earth. The day is the worst of the season. Bullion.—Wells, Fargo Λ Co. shipped from their Gold Hill office this morning, 13 sacks of bullion, weigbiug 821 pounds, worth 326.000. The Canadian public debtaxceeds $75,· 000,000. The latere·! of Sa· FraitiM· and the I'···· geaerallr ia the Ceelin ned Fradadirnrw mi the CmiImI Ladle· We have devoted several articles to th( Comstock lode and the project of draining it by a deep tunnel. Let us now considei the interest that our city and State, and the Coast generally have in the continuoui productiveness of the mines at Washoe, Most of the stock of the incorporated companies holding the largest claims or the lodes is owned in San Francisco, and these stockholders have a direct interest ir the mines, amounting to perhaps $4.000,· 000. The indirect interest of the general public, which affects everybody, is fai greater. If the Washoe mines should never pay a dividend, but yield enough tc cover expenses and keep them going, they would still be of benefit to the coast. The Potosi mine has never paid a dividend, but it has produced a large amount of sil ver, given profitable employment to a mul titude of men, and helped to stimulate business far and wide. The Chollar has exercised a similar influence, though the dividends have not equaled the assess ments. If the Comstock lode were sud denly annihilated, the stockholders would lose only their $4,000.000 ; but California would lose a far greater sum by the stop page of trade, the loss of confidence, and the decline in the value of property. The Comstock lode has played a very considerable part in stimulating the lattei growth of San Francisco, and now con tributes much to maintain it and to fur nish α basis for calculations of future growth. It was the discovery of the wealthof Washoe that filled our city with energy Trora '60 to '63, and helped us tc open new streets, and to build new houset at the rate of a thousand annually. The wealth made at Washoe shows its marks everywhere. A number of our richest men owe their fortunes to the Comstock lode. Some of the best buildings on Mont gomery street were built with silver ob tained directly or indirectly from Washoe. Our foundries were flooded with work, AU the teamsters of the State were certain of employment on the Sierra Nevada. Th« people of Virginia city sent to the Sacra mento Valley for the fruits and vegetables which their soil and bleak climate refused to produce. Their steam boilers were heated with wood and their mules were fed with barley from California. Their wives bought our most costly silks and velvets. Their men purchased the fastest and most expensive horses of our country. The demand for labor in their mines raised our wages. Property in our chief thor oughfare owed several hundred dollars per foot of its value to the influence ol Washoe, which was felt everywhere and Klamath. But in May, 1864, there wan a panic in mining stocks, and they have not yet re covered from the depression which then commenced. The stimulating influence ol Washoe on San Francisco declined very seriously, and the population of California and Nevada has since then remained nearly stationary. And yet the produc tion of silver has not fallen off; on the contrary, as compared with 1863, which was the year of the greatest activity, there has been a considerable increase. The beneficial influence was owing not so much to the silver as to the confidence, and the decrease of influence is owing lo the decline of confidence, not to a diminu tion in the silver yield. The increase of silver could not outweigh the loss of con fidence. Not only the welfare of California, but we might almost say the very ezisteuce of Nevada as a State, depends on the perma nent productiveness of the Comstock lode. The report of the Controller of Nevada for the fiscal year ending May 1st, 1865, show ed that the entire taxable property of the State was assessed at $29,737,376, of which Storey had $15,316,309, Washoe $2,810,800, Lyon $2,847,663, Ormsby $2,088,657, and Douglas $1,174,631, a total of $24,238,061, or five-sixths of the total taxable property of the State. These five counties are all in the immediate vi cinity of the Comstock lode, which fur nishes employment directly or indirectly to most of their inhabitants. Although the ore comes from a narrow vein two miles long, the mills whice reduce it are scattered about at distances of ten or fif teen miles, and men who dwell still farther off are employed in cutting and hauling timber, hauling ore or supplies, cultivat ing vegetables for them, and so on. The production of $15,000,000 in silver, the larger part of which goes as wages to the workmen, must, of course, be a very im portant item in a State which has a popu lation of only 30,000 or thereabouts. »*" " a——:— $10,000,000 annually, a population of 160,000 collected in the city, if the tradi tiou is to be trusted, for the place has no authentic history. It will not be easy to tind any other place in the world outside of Nevada, where a population of 30,000 produce §500 to the person ; and this vast production, coming almost entirely from the Comstock lode, shows that the exist ence of the State depends at present on that lode, though there are, no doubt, numerous other rich lodes which will be come productive in the progress of time. But if the mines at Virginia and Gold Hill were rendered valueless now, the State would be bankrupted. Precisely as con fidence rises in the permanence and steady increase of the productiveness of the mines, in that same ratio the value of property, the credit of the State, and the value of its bonds will rise; and as the confidence falls, so will the State credit. Let us know that the leading mining companies can act harmoniously upon those points where co-operation is neces sary to the protection of their mutual in terests; let us understand that no measure necessary for the development of the riches of the great vein will be neglected ; let us see that the stockholders are in earnest about commencing at the earliest possible moment to open, explore and drain the lode to the greatest possible depth, and we shall all feel the better for it. The sound of the first pick struck at the Sutro Drain Tunnel, or in a tunnel by any other name which promisee to as thoroughly drain the Comstock lode, should cau*e renewed confidence in every man who identifiée his fortunes with those of California. It will stiffen the backbone of Montgomery street ; Front atreet will get an impulse from it ; the farmers will plant more fruit trees and vines, knowing that they are now secure of a permanent market ; the Pacific Railroad Company will have additional inducements to hurry up their work ; and everybody will feel more confident of the steady increase of of the population and wealth of the Coast. But on the other hand, if we know that the Washoe companies cannot work to gether, and that each company must de pend upon its pumps, and that the com panies hitherto unsuccessful are to aban don explorations, then everything will retrograde. The better and wiser policy requires no unpleasant or severe sacrifices, and let us hope that the Washoe compa nies will speedily unite their energies to create a permanent value to the Comstock lode by providing adequate drainage from the lowest depth* that may be reached by tunnel,—S. F. Bulletin. Arrival· bv Pionrrr Stagr·. By Dutch Flat—Mr and Mr» C Ε De Long, Mrs Whiteside, J A Daniels and wife, D II Mitchell, M Castaine, J Gross Mrs Willette, J Pollard, A Foy, C Smith A Holden, R Morrison, Captain Nye, 1 Morris. By Placerville—Gov Blasdel, J Pitt* man, M Christian. J Ε Leet, Mary Queen Miss Coffey, L Gotschild and wife, M: Smith, Mrs Roff, Misa Hickman, Mr Haw lay, M MoDonald, J L Ryan, Mr Rnhling Opera Houes.—The tide has turned somewhat, and Bray's persistent efforts to please seem likely to be rewarded. Joe Mabbott and Miss Estelle have just com menced an engagement, and a reinforce ment from below will also be added this week. Friday night, the pioneer show man, Pat Holland, takes a benefit, on I which occasion Arra-na-Pougc will be presented. Musio Hall.—Another crowded house last erening, all eager to witness Collins in his gTeat representation of the " Seven Ages of Man." The singing and dancing of all the people at this place of amuse ment is superior. Geo. Η. Foster, one of , the best ballad singers, and a capital good j fellow, takes a benefit Thursday night. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice. T^HE BOARD OP SCHOOL EXAMINERS -*■ for Stnrry county will examine candidate* for teaching Id tbl· county on,the 12th and 13tb day· of December. Tbe examination to be beld at the office of the County superintendent of School», No. 54 South Β street, Virginia city. Tho exami nation will commence at 10 o'clock of these day·. AU candidate* for certificate· of qualification· will be required to pa·· an examination in tbe following branche», viz.; l*t. Orthography, Reading, Writing, Mental and Written Arithmetic, the Element· of Natural Phi· losophy, Geography, Object Teaching and Oram mar. 2d. Applicant· for position· to teach In Gram mar and mixed school·, will be required to pas· j an examination In tbe following branche·. In ad I dltion to tbe above, viz.: History of tbe United State·, Physiology, Hygiene Chemistry and Book keeping. I 3d. Candidate· for certificates to teach In tho I Virginia Grammar School, will be required to pass an examination in tho following branches, viz.: Algebra, Geometry, Natural History, and Astronomy. In tbe Gold Hill mixed school, Algebra and Natural Hi«tory will bo required to be taught, In addition to tbe atudle· enumerated In cloues 1 and j 2, a« above. The Board of Examiners will be governed by tho following rules, adopted April 3, 1865, by the State Board of Examiners for the government of the County Boards of Examiners : 1st. It ahull be the duty of tho County Boards of Examiners In each couuty, after they aro regu larly organized by tho selection of α Chairman nnd Secretary, to hold such meetings as may be ι required to examine ull persons who may apply [ for certificates of qualifications to teach In the Public School*. The time nnd place for such meetings to be fixed by vote, or by call of the Chairman of tbe Board and previously pub lished. Uil. It shall bo tho duty of each of these Boards to conduct all examination· lu a fair and Impartial manner, and to teit thoroughly tho knowledge of all applicants for cer'lficate· of qualification! In the various branche· required to be taught In the different grade· of Public 8chooli, and It il recom mended that the questions and answer· upou all subjects be both oral and written. 3d. It shall be the dutr of each County Board of Examiner· to decide lu regard to tile nine·· and ability of applicant· to communicate instruc tion·, and to regulate, govern and discipline •chooli. 4th. It «ball bo theduty of «aid Board· to a»cer tain, upon reliable evidence, that anch applicant· are true and loyal citizen· of the Government of the United Mate·; and, further, with the appro bation of each member of tho Board, it ihail be their duty to grant and auburlbo certificate» of qualification, an directed in Section· 41 and 42 of an Act to Provide for tho Maintenance and Su pervision of Public School·. Extra credit will be given for credential· of ex perience or aucce·· in teaching. By order of the Bourd of Examinera. D. M. GEIGER, Ch'D. J. \V. WHITCHKR, Sec')'. ηοβ td Wholesale, Wholesale. To Mill Men and the Trade ! Economy in Purchase Declare· a Dividend! R. G. SNEATH, No. 03 South V «t., Vlrdniii. Has now in store. AND OFFERS for •ale on moat liberal term·, α largo «tock of Groceries, COAL OIL, I.AltD OIL. CANDLES FLOL'U, BAULKY. And all Kind* of Family (Jroeerlc* aud .llechnnlcnl SuppllcM ! Wo defy competition t Call and examine our •tock and be aatietled. noil tf A. L. EDWARDS. Agent. JOSEPH AK.niTAGE, Druggist and Apothecary, [Oppoelto tho tho lntornutloual Hotel,I !Xo. 4 North (' airrfi, Virginia, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS DRUGS r* PERFUMERY, or us tfr ointmbvvS; PAINTS, CHEMICALS ACIDS, ETC., ETC. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CARE- | fully compounded. Patent Medicine* of nil kind* for wale at tho | Lowest Prices. The largest and fthest stock of BRUSHEH, of every kind—Face. Infant, Tooth, Flesh, Hair, f Paint and Cloth. The choicest mock of PERFUMERY In the State can always be had »it JOSEPH ARMITAOF/8, No. 4 North C street. ΓV Call ami «ce mo before purchanlnc elnu· where. uo!3 tf Richard Sander.] lEdw'd Schaefor. SAN FRANCISCO J3e£îi. RESTAURANT, ΠΑΙ.Ύ MTRKKT, Gold Bill Vnda, Û4KDEK & SOIIAEFER, froprictorw. (noil tf D E. BLOOMFIELD, GOLD HIM., Opposite the Kcllpac Stable, EALER IN THE VERY BEST OP HAV rdu and Domeitlc CIGARS TOBACCO, MEERSCHAUM PIPES. CUTLERY, STATIONERY, PLAYING CARDS COAL OIL, Etc., Etc., Which he can afford to sell aa cheap a· any home In the State of Nevada. noil tf NEW TIN SHOP. DERBY Z~IIADLEY, Having purchased the stock and tool· of E. Cuihinjr & Co., have opened a new shop. opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. Main street, Gold Hill, where they are prepared to do all kinds of Tie, Hbrei'lron, and Copperamlthiog | In the best manner and at the shortest notice. Particular attention paid to Coppersmith· I ing and Mill Work. 8. P. DERBY. cc30 GEO. H A I) LEY. B. LEVISON & CO., Opposite Flood il' Co'< llnnk, Gold Hill, Wholesale and Retail Dealer· In BOOliSS & STATIONERY, Clears, Tobacco. Fancy (JoodN, Etc., Etc. i GOOD ASSORTMENT OP MEER j\ »chaum Pipe· always on hand An entire New Stock of every klud of th· above good·. Ju»t received and offered to the pob llC Bt tho LOWEST CASH PRICES. Oar itock of CIGARS, eapeclally, la equal t any to be found In the State. noil if B. LEVISON 4c CO. —— S. HAAS & CO/8 ADVERTISEMENT. ï WANTED) ί! —AT— S. HAAS & CO.'S, No. β C street, VIRGINIA, T· Parehaac frmm Their IMMENSE STOCK «. k. -Of Fall and Winter 1 CLOTHING Pim\1«4III\G GOODS, every description. BOOTS, SHOES, —a*d G A|1 T|E|R 9 , or all Him TarieM·. Ά HATS & CAPS, ^ Κ V Κ R Y V A H I Κ Τ Y S. HAAS 4c CO. Have Ito» I.aree·» aa«l ■MI Mclrct Stock, M to found al ttoir P«*«lar Hmm, ·β (h· PACIFIC COAST!! —ALSO BOYS' CLOTHING, I FOR WINTBB WBA·· In Ortit AhOBdABM. — DMIIUNe A— COMPLETE OUTFIT -rom— Cold and Stormy Weather, j t · aV PLEASE CALL. -«* uriv. B.i. —AM— Suited to the Times ! I7*AI<RO,-Pr*ar· ·"<· p*lile ·»· Matl·· ·Ι·ΗμΙ M «Il tnlum, ·. BAA* * CO., Virglaia. ·. HAA* * CO.. O.ld Hill. H. HAA* * CO., Ι»·τβ4β, Cal. ·. HAA M St CO., •a mUSbI· MISCELLAXE0C8 ADVERTISEMENT. New Arrival, Mew Arrival ! FALL AND WINTER Fashionable Dry Goods, At ibo 8tore!of n. BROnBERGER, !*·. 4 Ntrlk Β alrecl, INTERNATIOLALIHOTEL BUILDING. jyjr STOCK CON8I8T8 ΟΓ JPlaiii and Fancy DRY GOODS! Of French, Engllih and American Manu facture, and in port continu of Plain and Fancy 8111»! .Merino·, Poplin·, Plaid·, DeLalnea, Bombazine», Ottoman·, Cloth·, Poniard DeLalne·, Lln«nTDla»er, Qnllta, Tnblc'.LIncn, I,ace Certain·, 4,3, 6,8, 10X Mbeetlne, DOME8TIC DRY GOOD», of all kinds, Children'* Cloak·, Fer», Etc. ET-LADIBH,^ Pleat· call and examine -ny well •elected nock, wblc.· I will tell LOWER than toy other iioune la ' tht City. ocli œ3p M. BROMBEROBR INTERNATIONAL CIQA.R STORE, Mo. lfXortb C at., Vlrdol·, and «OLD HILL EXCHANGE CIGAR STORK, At Leeke & Claweon'· Saloon, Gold If III. S. PACKSHER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer —IN— Havana and Dome·tic Clear·; Cabano· Clcnrltoa; Varioui kind· of Tobacco· ; Playln· Card·! Pocket Knlve· ; French Match anil Tobnccoltoxe·! The Flneat Kind of Hickory Cane·, Etc. FINE HAVANA CIGAR.H 84 per box Jait received, the flnett and blggeit itock of MEERSCHAUM PIPES, Which make· mo u'jlo to »r!l them Hi per cl. Cheaper than any other Store In tht· State £yParIlei«ellIng again will find It profitable to come and »ee my utock of CIOARS AND TO BACCOS before purchiutlng el«owhere. M. PACKNHBR, No. 1 North C atreet, Vlrelnln, —AND— I.oeke & Clawaoa'a Saloon, Gold ΠΙΙΙ. ncS8 3m3p REMOVAL ! REMOVAL! LOI'IS FEU8IER & CO. ΠΛΥΚ THIS DAY REMOVED FROM their old Store, next to Glllltt, Mo'.t St C'o.'·. to the flnp PIKE-PROOF BRICK STORE, Nertbrut cor. C nnri Tnylor ·(·., VlrfjnU, Formerly occupied by Howell, Blnck Si Bro·., where they will offer a large and inagulâcent as sortment of Groceries, Kerosene Oil, Lamps, Etc. tf^Cnll at our new itnre and ne* απ. >e3o tf LOUIS FKUSIER Sc CO. NOTICE. Prices to Suit the Times ! THE UNDERSIGNED, PROPRIETORS OF the PIONEER NOD I WORK*, And believing In the motto of "Live and Let Live, and having NO OPPOSITION to contend with, will, from and after thla date, furnlih SODA to their cuitotneri At 75 (fit· per Dozen ! EARTHQUAKES Happen, and we happen to have, at oar NEW STOKE, No. IS North C street, Virginia, a One ■election of WINES, BRANDIES, WHISKIES and IMPORTED LIQUORS, Por Sale at Wholenaln I rjjr-Thi· Trade In Nevada will be aupplled at ai Law Term· ■■ Ikr I.oweet ! CASEY, KELLY 4c CO., ocl7 m No. IB, North C atreet. Wlff. FAULKNER Λ SON, —IMPORTERS or— Carda and Card Slack, all Calaroi Printing Ink, all Calarsi Bnmm, Yarulab, PRINTING PRESSE*, TYPE, —AND— PRINTING MATERIAL. OLD TYPÊ"JIKTAL. Machinists may at all Urne, 'jo aupplled with old Type Metal, by calling at |y27 tf 411 Clay at.· San Praoclaco. OPEN A.G-AI2ST Σ To Miners and Families! THE SUBSCRIBER. HAVING PURCHASED the itore of Henry S. Tucker, Main street, be longing to Paul's Banking House, wonld Inform the people of Gold IIUI. that he Unow continuing the builne·· of a First-Class Family Grocery, Where a fresh itoek of every kind of GROCER- I IE8 AND PROVISIONS will alwavs be found, at the lowest cash pricks, and a «hare of pub lic patronage kindly solicited. R MERCER, Proprietor. no2 tf G. J. COLE, Agent. St CHARLES MARKET MAIN STREET, OppMlle Ecllpac mill Uold Hill. AT THIS MARKET CAN AL waya be found tbe choice·! REEP. MUTTON, TEAL, PORK. Also, Pork Saunages constantly on banU, and held at the lowest markot price. Private familles ar J Hotel* will find It for their advantage to patronlte thla market, where tbey will always be aupplled with tKe beat n.cata tbe country can afford. ndered tallow for mill and mining par pom constantly on hand. HAYES & CO. no6tf DET GOODS AND CLOTHING. Winter Clothing! Winter Clothing! Winter Clothings — J. BAUIVl & BRO., Next Dm U the Gold Hill; Newt) Offlce, Having completed their fall and Winter Stock of GENTS CLOTHING —AND— Furnishing Goods, Are bow prcptnd to θαρρίτ their Friend· and Customer· with Cloth, Beaver and Cassimere SUITS! ( All Colore. ) BOOTS, SHOES, —AHD— Gaiters, Of E»ery Description. Jf HATS! jg Of «11 Colon tod Pattern·. Blankets, AU Color·. Trunks, Valises & Hosiery, Of all Kind·. W h« public will do well to cull early and judge for themtelv··. WWe are Determined to Hie··· All 1.ΛΤ J. BAUlfl & BRO., Nfil door I· Gold Hill New· Office. no3tf REMOVAL. VIRGINIA Emporium of Fashion ! J. BARNERT Ac CO., Proprietor· of the 8ΛΝ FRANCISCO CLOTHING STORK! Ne. 44 fk th C ulrret, VIRGINIA, (Next door to Olllig, Mott & Co.'»,] Importers and Itlanufhcturer* —or— Fall and Winter StyleH —or IUOANT Custom-Made Clothing·, —AND— GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS! Of All ne*ciiptlonn. HATS, HATH, FIR CAPH, SHOES, HHOE8, BENKERT'9 BOOTH, KID (JIjOVBS, and PERFUMERIES. Cull at the 8«II Francisco Clothing Store ami examine the Blanket*^ Tranka, Valleee, Carpet-Baca, Riding ÎJIore», Heavy Buckakln Glove·, Etc. » BAR.NERT A CO.. Importer· and Manuiac ture r» of FINE CUSTOM -JVIADE CLOTHING f tW Clothing made to order and guaranteed to fit. Boy'· Clothing made to order. New Good» received by every iteatner. direct from New York. Call and nee un. oc» tf J. BARNERT A CO. THOMAS O'BRIEN. Stock and Money Broker, Mala atreat, Oppealt· W„ F. Λt Co., GOLD HIIX. Mining stocks bought and sold to the beit advantage. Stock Quotation· received by telegraph from San FrancUeo Immediately after clo·· of each Board. Greenback· and Truanry Note· bonght and and aold at beat poulble rate*. In any quantity. Hlgheat price paid for Gold Hill. Virginia and County Warranta Real Rstate Agent. Rent·, etc.. collected. Auctioneer for the tale of Mining Stock· for aaaeumenU, and all llcea··· and taxe· on tale· properly paid, and a correct record kept of all •alei. REFERENCE!!: Gold Hill-J. W. Flood A Co.; W. H. Blau velt, Af't Bank of Cal.; P. D. Headly, Ag't W„ F. A Co.; John Η. Mill·, Ε·ς. VIROIKU—Β. F. Hatting· A Co.; Paxton A Tbornburg; 1. H. Latham, Ag'tW, F. A Co.; Geo. F. Jone·. E»q. oc3 tf Dissolution of Copartnership. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE Copartnerthlp heretofore exlitlng under the name of H. W. BRAGG A CO., I» this day dl·· •olved by mutual conunt. Mr. Bragg having •old the entire interest In the Arm to hi· part ner·, the bualne·· will be contlntied by them tin der the name and ityle of WATERHOU8E A LESTER, who are aothorlied to collect all debt· dne the late Arm, and will eettle all demand· again·! the tane. H. W. BRAGG. C. W ATERHOU^E. J. W. LESTER. Han Francisco, October 30, IMS. no4 8m2p PIONEER FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION. To all who may be in Want of Cart ing· and Machinery ! THE EMPLOYEES OF THE PIONEER Foundry, having leaaed the lame, moit re· •pectfnliy announce to tbe public that they are now prepared to receive order· for CAHTIKflll AND MACHINERY, Of all deecrlptlona. All order· will be filled with pronptoe·· and dl·patch. A. J. TYRILL, Superintendent GoU Hill, JnJy M, IMA jyMtf MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. H. C. KIRK & CO., ^ WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS ^ No. 43 C itrett, 4 Door· South ofTarlori VIRGINIA, NET.. THE LARGEST AND FINEST DRUB STORE On the Pacific Coaat! H. C. EIRE & CO. Have the largest and BEST se lected atock of MILL CHEMICALS, ACIDS, PAINTS, OILS, CORKS, GLASSWARE, PERFUMERY· ETC., I· tko State of Nevada. DENTAL DEPOT Ju«t received. a Urge itock of Porcelain Teeth, Chryttal and plain File·, Bur», Gold Foil, Drill·. PERFUMER V. On band, a Largo A«»orted Stock of Lnbln'i Extract·, Cologne·, Coimetic· for the Fact, Cold Crram, ^oapi, Hair Oil·, French Pomade·, En· gllah and American Pomade·. BRUSHES. In great Variety—Cloth, Noll, Hair, Tooth and Fleih Briube·. TRUSSES. The largeat and moit complete atock In th* State of Trnaae·, Abdominal Supporter·, etc. SPONGES. Bathing, Sargeon·', Carriage and Coarte Sponge·. For tale by H. C. KIRK 6c CO., Drnggiit·. SOAPS. ijUOlU H, riUttUU I SUM vmv vivtutia 4 >vwv>. Soap·. Oolden Palm, Glycerine, Glycerine ud Camphor, Poncine, Brown Windsor, fthaviûf, Caitlle aoap, and u hundred other varietle». For •alo by H. C. KIRK £ CO. Liqaare for Medicinal Uee! Brandy, Whlaky, Gin, 8herry, Port. Madeira, *nd other wine·, all of the flneat and pure»t qual ity. For «aie by II. C. KIRK & CO. C. M. CORNELL, Graduate of the Philadelphia College of Phar inacy. C. M. CORNELL. Chemlxt and Pharmaccntlat. No. 43 C itreet, lonth of Taylor, oc21 latf (Jone»' « «tory Brick.) DRUGS! DRUGS!! GEORGE DEAH, -φ ί· (Lot* of Silver City,) *· Odd Fellow·' Hall, Gold Hill, Respectfully announces to the people of Storey county, and the Stat· at large, tbnt ho lia· juat received from San Fran· cl»co a complete «took of DRUG*, CHEMICAL* and .TIEDI CINE·, Which be wllUell at the Loweit Market Rat··. FOR «ILL KIBN-Hihb In .lock, Hallietrti Sulph. Copper. Sol Atmaonlnc, Keroeene, Linseed nod Lard Oil·, White Lead, Kte. FOR THE LADIEI—A. Lar»· and El»· gunt Aa»ortmeut of Perfumery, Cosmetics, Fancy Goods, Etc., of Engllih, French and American manu facture ; Lubiu's Extract·, L. LcOrand'· Perfum ery, Bru»be·, Comb·, Etc , and, In fact, every article peculiar to η Brut cla»· Drug Store. flold ΙΙΙΙΙ, AnsUKt 19.1665. aul9tf JOHN K. DOYLK. II. M. GOODMAN. DOYLE & GOODMAN, No. W* North C «tnet, VIROINTA, Sale Agent· in Nevada fur Krngand Ι,ηλίΜ Wine·. MESSRS. DOYLE £ GOODMAN, thankful for pint pntronage, beg leave to announce to their friend· and the public that they are now receiving, for a winter aupply, an itnmenteaud varied Htock of the flueat brand· of Brnndy, Wlilaky. Wine·, Porter, Ale aad Lienors, E%-er Imported to the Pacific Coaat, wnlch tfcey offer to thair patron· at Wboleaale or Retail. Connected with the Saloon la a Cigar Depot, where may be found the cbolceat «election of Havana Cl oaks, and all the favorite brand· of CHKWI.no nnd 8M0KIN0 TOBACCO. noil tf DOYLE Si GOODMAN', Virginia. W. T. EAVES, (Succeaior to Eavea ic Nye.) Watchmaker and Jeweler, No. '2 North C »treet, corner Colon, VIRGINIA, NEV. JEWELRY AND DIAMOND WORK ( made fo order. ' Spectacle* adapted to nil night*. ΙΛΙΟΛ MRKET, Opposite the •'(•olden Etf * Hotel, «OLD Bllilii rpHEU NDERSIONED may X null be found »t the old «anil, where h» it prepired lo «upply hi· cnntomer· with th· Illicit quality of— REEF, thai., PORK. MUTTON. ETC.. Al Ik· Ii*wm| Rate·: Hotel» ami F»mllle« will receive particular attau· Mon. J. L. SWANKY. Qolit Hill. Oct. 19.1«l, ocH tf H. 8. Β Ε A L S» BRANCH 1 Photographic Gallery, GOLD HILL· NEVADA. T)IGTURF.S TAKEN IN ALL STYLES, u*l X according to th« Latent Improvement· lo th· Art. X B.—Llkeneeie» of the 8ick and Doceaaed taken at tbclr realdenc· whan deoired. ««IS tf A.J. BEAL8, A goal. QUICKSILVER! Ε WILL SELL w AT 71 CENT» PER POCND. Agency Bank of Californie. pcZ7 lmlf VIRGINIA AND GOLD HILL. REMOVAL! REMOVAL t «. Η Τ Ο C Κ I. Ε A NNOUNOE8 TO HIS CUSTOMERS XX and tbe public generally that be baa ll| removed to 111· new nbop upponltn the f San Francliico Restaurant, where he la prepared to manufa.'tare BOOTH, ΜΠΟΕΜ, Etc., Etc.. At the «hortent notice, and in the beat and lateat •tyle. Ν. B.—Repairing done to order with neatneea and dlnpatch. Mr. Htockel aim offera for ule a new and well oiaerted mock of Sole Leather, Upper Lmther, Finding·, etc., at the loweat market ratea. oc23 'f PIONEER LAUNDRY NOTICE. ON AND AFTER THIS DATE THE SUB· acrlber will ran a Lannilry Wagon dally through Gold Hill, and will do up clothe· In th· be«t aty le and return them when required. Thank· lui for put favor», be mo«t reipectfully aollclti a con tlnnance of the patronag· of the public. Jul» tf JOB. r. HALL.