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THE EVENING NEWS.
WiiKits dokh it C'ovk I-uom? — Last iii^ht we were shown about un ounce of soft amalgam. which was taken from one pan of the tailing* caught in the Dayton reservoir. Mr. Andrews is principal owner, we believe, ami McLaughlin & Root own one fourth. This reservoir was put in for the purpose of catching the tail ings that How down Gold Canon, and the amalgam we saw was taken from one pan • if the tailings in this reservoir by Mr. Root himself. He states that they already have accumulated several hundred tons of these tailings, which ate equally rich with tho»e from which the prospect we saw lukr.i. There i.s but little doubt that thou sands of dollars pass down Gold Canon every month, and we can't tee why the owners of mills do not catch their own tailings and save them; for in time the tail ings that pass down (told 'M ' worth n>o*<> rh .. ..vînt . euiacied from th ■ Pit at the present w-irkin*. 1 ftUVW iin I'twv■ It*· !,iK.— •his rnor.iinj » · »«» J.r-si.)· th - trial . paun-broking without λ icense. The testimony by the prosecu tion was very pointed — that he had j 'iK-tl the coat to said i'hilipson, and the defense being unable to show that he had not been guilty of the offense with winch he was charged, the Court found htm guilty and lined hnu $10 and costs. The party who pawned the coat was a discharged soldier, who pawned the article in order to get something to eat, and the fellow who had it "in soak" had an oppor tunity to make somethinj otf it, and sold it before the time was up for him to re deem it. Tnis is a good lesson to those fellows who have been in the habit of skinning our poor discharged soldiers. t;n.\st> Time.—Seldom has unything in the shape of sport causcd so much excite ment in Virginia as the shooting-matches to-day. I'he shooting commenced at 12 o'clock, and will probably continue dur ing the afternoon, as a large number of birds have been secured, and already sev ers! outside matches have been made. Doyle Λ Goodman heve fixed up a place to furnish the thirsty with all the neces sary bevereges. We notice this for the reason that Mr. Doyle has ever shown us « kindness in the way of furnishing us with any little item· that has come within his observation. Κ,τηΐ'ΐι ltiii uii.—We are told bv the l*~.t of authority that the I'arks Bros., like nil others who have attempted to run the (iranite Mill, in I Sold Hill, after work ing like slaves themselves, and expending something in the vicinity of §20,000. have tor their reward Enancial ruin. While struggling for existence, and in the midst «if the deepest water, came the scourge. All their property was attached, and the null closed up. There is η screw loose somewhere in this mill, for it is so con veniently located that its profits should l>e much larger than those located re motely. Dors yov want to skk mk: — This morning, while standing near a boot black stand, we heard the following, addressed by the darkest darkey we ever saw to the boot black, who was two -hades blacker than charcoal : ·· I say. Curley, does you want to see me ?" at the same time giving a sly kind of glance at the boot black, who indignantly retorted : ·· No. rah ! I sees you once, and dat is enough for dis child." After the darkey had left, the boot black remarked to a patron who was having his boots blacked : ·' Dat datkev tries to make gemman believe dat I owes him something." Tub Βκχβπτ.—The benefit of J. D. Mcliowan, last night, was a complete suc cous in all respect». The performance was excellent, while the attendance was very large ; in fact, the house was perfectly jammed, many not being able to obtain seats. There is no doubt that Mr. Mc ( iowan realized from four to five hundred dollars, clear profit. Well, Met rowan is highly gratified with his success, and the people are well pleased. So all are surely satisfied. That's So.—The Enttrprùe, this morn ing, notices the presentation to us of a very fine bullion chain, by M. M. Fred ericks. which we acknowledge, and say that we certainly prize the gift. On be half of the donor, we will state that he has a ·· few more left." which he is offering at cost. If any one wishes a fine chain or a good watch, give Mr. Fredericks a call. Kkcokofk'h Coi-rt.—Before His Honor Judge Meagher, at Virginia, this morning : J. Miller, drunk and disorderly—fined $ G and costs of Court. Phillipson, violating city ordinance—lined $10 and costs of the Court. Wm. Mitchell, drunk and disor derly—forfeited bail of S10. Hannah Mitchell, malicious mischief— trial post poned. - ·» \* ι a* •Λ uuiun Vl91Vnr.lV. ivatwuu^ V...V». lackey had η rough time arresting Han nah Mitchell, whose name appear* un the Recorder's docket this morning; she being an African feminine, weighing some 200 pounds and somewhat on the shoulder. The struggle was a tierce one, but Ben. being always successful in such cases, came out first best. Bclliox »'or Assay.—Van Wyck & Sanchez received to-day, for assaying, 7,5'J4 ounces of crude bullion. Conrad Weigaml received, for assaying, 257 ounces. Arrivals nn.1 Itrparlsm. Arrivals—None. Depahtvrks — Via Placerville — Mrs Gay, W II Bremer, Ο I Lansing, \V Lech ter and wife. Via l)utch Flat—I. Goldstein, Thomas Daley, W Xolle. Thk Blacks of tmk South.—The N. Y. Post opposes Carl Schurz's suggestion that the States lately in rebe'lion should be held for a while as Territories, and governed by congressional agents. It thinks the prevention of wrong to the ne groes is not altogether hopeless, and that the remedy may be found in ·· single right left to the blacks—that of locomotion." It proposes that th» Federal Government ■ball furnish them a way of escape from undrr the ban, by giving them public land, of which Texas has a hundred mil· lion acres, and Alabama, Florida, and Louisiana, entire districts, where they may settle themselves, under such conditions as the Government may make with them ; '· and it may make such conditions as will, without infringing any State rights, add immensely to the value of those unoccu pied regions." Or, again, the Post sug gests, Congress may hold out induce ments to the blacks " to settle on some of the unoccupied territory of the far South west—along the line of a Pacific railroad, as General Schurz suggests." "This scheme." the Post says, "may seem at first sight impracticable; but we believe it is not, and chiefly because, once set on foot and organized, it would not need to be carried out. The very men who now make the negro's life intolerable in the South', and cry out for his removal, would coax him to remain if they saw him preparing to depart. Once open a way for the blacks to migrate, and the most benighted planter would find it indispens able to his interest to hold out greater in ducements for them to remain." Uo*. Κ. H. Stantom ia proposed ai the next United State· Senator from Ken tucky. ■STOKKV fOlTITV *011001,κ. SkmatbChamrbh, i Cakîon, Jau. 2G, 1866. S Editor Gold Hill Χκ\νβ— Dear Sir: — I Inclosed I send you a communication ad dressed to the Enterprise, in reply to an article appearing in that journal on the 20th inst. This letter was forwarded to that paper some day* ago, with the request that it re ceive an insertion, or that it be returned. The editor, although refusing to comply with either request, extract* and comments upon such portions of it as seems to suit his con venience and pleasure. The judgment of your renders will be pronounced upon the justice or injustice of the course pursued by that journal. As I may have occasion here after to review the articles of '.he Enteiyrise ill its comments upon the School Law, I will not trespass further upon your time in this article, but merely request that your readers will compare the comments of the Enterprise upon the School Law that were made in it· review of the very able report of the Super •"•"ndent of Public Instruction, Kev. A. F. \V! tc. with the comments made in its issue e '.V>th hist. The former complaints and . tures have given place to the following ration : he General School Law of Nevada is as • i.. adapted to the wants of Storey county as to any other in the State, and with a few amendments, would provide a most excellent school svstem for every county." Verv Hcspectfiilly, Yours. Χ. \V. WINTON. Nk.natk Chamhrk, I Carson City, Jan. 'H, I860. 5 Editor Territorial Entkhthisr— Dear Sir :—Your leader in the Enterprise of Sat urday morning, headed " Another Attempt to Rob Storey County," does me great in justice, aud 1 trust you will alford me a small space in your columns to place myself prop erly before yonr readers, and leave the ver dict with them. The facts touching the amendments to the School Law, approved March 20th, 1865, which 1 submitted to the Senate in the form of λ law yesterday morning for its considéra tion, are the following : nonorcu wim me responsible position of chairman of the Sen ate Committee on Education, I convened a short time since a few earnest friends of édu cation, none of whom were from Storey county, and submitted to them the School Law of I860, for criticism and suggestions, with the special design of obtaining a knowl edge of needed amendments. The general opinion was that a law better adapted to our wants might be framed, but that it answered a very good purpose. With a few amend ments, it would better subserve the cause of Kducation than an entirely new bill. Tho few amendments proposed not " to deplete the school fund of Storey county of a few hundreds, or perhaps a few thousand dollars," for the benefit of any one in particular, but to render the school more etlicieut, and at the same time to allow parties who performed hard and valuable labor in the public school department to receive a fair compensation for their labor, as well for the year past as for the future, which the School Law of 1865 failed to provide. This was not faintly, adroitly, or mysteriously expressed, but was put forth in (impie, but clear and forcible language, so explicit as to convey the object .intended to the most simple minded. The compensation section referred to, awakening such extraordinary emotions of horror, anil which you facetiously sav, " the financial feature of the bill ingeniously is sandwiched," is in the followiug explicit language, to-wit : "Sec. 5. The members of the Boards of School Kxaminers and the clcrks of the Boards of School Trustees in the various counties of this State shall receive for their official services such commpeusation as shall be allowed by the State Board of Kducation, which compensation shall be audited by the Couuty Superintendent and paid in the same manner as other expenses for the mainten ance of Public Schools are audited and paid : prvritM, the amouut so allowed shall nut ex ceed five dollars per day ; said compensation shall also be applicable to services rendered by said officers for the year A. t>. ISGj." Now what is there wrong about this pro posed amendment? Is it an outrage upon the public to guarantee a fair compensation to person·, to officer· who serve the public faithfully and honestly—a compensation not to be determined by the party performing the labor, but by α Board, at the head of which stand· our clear-sighted and economical Governor ? But you may remark, this is all very well for the future, but by what justice do yon give a retroactive force to your amendments ? If the school law of in creating certain offices and defining certain important duties to be performed, either in gross or detail, by incumbents, and at the same time failed to fix compensation therefor, is it a swindle to remedy that defect and make it plain that all those who shall here after perform prescribed duties for the effi ciency and success of α most important de partment of the Government ? I am unable to see it in that light, but on the contrary am strongly impressed with the conviction that it is as much the duty of the public to fairly and honestly compensate the citizen for ser vices performed, as it is for the citizen to pay kis taxes, obey the law, aud perform those gratuitous services as may be by statute re· I quired ; and any effort, in tuy humble judg ment, on the part of any one to defeat a just claim of an individual, for the benefit of the public, may be justly characterized a " swin dle." There are now, have been, and proba bly will be, in the future, certain responsible positions of trust which, by custom, alloxv no compensation, but there are positions more of honor than professional toil and drudcerv —positions which prescribe rule· and l»ws for th« government of those under their di rection. Director· of large religious, bene ficial, educational, or monetary institutions, both under the direction of private individu als and governments of greater or lesser pro portion· ; but these officers, as a penerai ruie, do not perform the clerical or ministerial drudgery necessary to the efficiency of the institution under their management. These Directors under Government arc generally selected from among the public officers in the pay of the local, Mate, or Federal Govern ment, and private institutions from those citizen* of wealth, or business leisure, who can spare the time without personal detri ment. As an illustration, I will name the Smithsonian Institute. Its regents. Chief Justice Chase, Professor Agassiz, Wm, B. Astor, Professor Bache, and other gentlemen whose business will readily permit of gratui tous labor. But the workers of that institu tion, its Secretary, Professor Henry ; Assist ant Secretary, Dr. Baird; and Librarian, and other subordinate officials, receive a liberal compensation. The Directors of a Uanlc or Insurance Company may act as 'Directors gratuitously, but the workers. Secretaries, Cashiers and Tellers, receive what is regarded a just compensation for their services. Now if men should be paid by law for services to be rendered in the future, is there any just reason why similar service· rendered during the year past should not be paid, especially as the "non-payment arose from a defect in the law, and not from any fault of the individuals performing that service. When you printed on the first page of the Enttrpriie, in the Fall of 1363, during the session of the first Con stitutional Convention, the Constitution of Iowa, or some other State, not by the au thority of said Convention, Legislative en actment, or authority of any committee, but purely on the suggestion of a friend, was it a " swindle" on your part to put in a claim to a subsequent State Legislature for several hundred dollars, for the work performed ? Were the committee which recommended its payment, the members who voted for the bill, and the Governor who signed the same, " lending themselves in a buugling manner to a very base purpose ?" But I will not revive these' acts of the past. The only question now remaining to be examined is : are the labors of the County Board of School Exami ners and the Clerks of the County Board of Trustees worthy of compensation ? One thing is certain, if they arc not they certainly should be—and the surest way to make them such is to otfer a fair compensation for the labor performed. There is no office in the gift of the State of more importance to its future well-being than that of School Examiner. That body has the power to elevate the standard of educa tion, to bring our Public Schools under the direction of teacher· of a high grade of schol arly attainments, of an extensive knowledge of the theory, science and practice of teach ing ; of those who do not solicit the charge of schools mainly because of the monthly com pensation, or because they cannot find more congenial employment, but because they have an attraction to and a love of the profession of teaching. If the Board of School Exam iner· shall be composed of gentlemen of large attainments, familiar with the various branches of education taught in the Public Schools, the different systems of teaching, keep up to the times in regard to educational progress, and skilled in discovering the pres ence or absence of that peculiar tact so indis pensable to a successful teacher, even though nia acholastic attainments be of the highest order; and persons incompetent from want of educational attainment», discipline, or tact, or >11 of them, will not venture to be come candidate·, without more itudv and preparation. The future of our Public School system depends upon the character of the Board of School Examinera. And what U the nature and character of these labors ? Is there no hard work in preparing from two hundred to four hundred questions on the various branches of study upon which tho candidate is to be examiued, present tlicm, receive the answers, and then to canvass those answers, and from the same make up and determine a fair judgment of his capacities and qualifications for teaching ? Candidates are often three or four days writing answers to the questions propounded, according to the character and determination of the Board. Allow no one to enter the profession who is not abundantly qualified to perform the duties of his position. Three months' tuition under a skillful teacher is preferable to twelve months' instruction under an' indifferent one. Good teachers are wanted, and to the Board of Kxaminers must we look to bring about the proper reformation. It occurs to me, therefore, that we should not grudgingly withold compensation from this I important branch of the l'ublic School de partment. The Clerk of the Board of School Trustees has more or less of clerical and other laborious duties to perform. It is a Sosition that requires skill, patience aud in· ustrv, and if worth doing at all is worth doing well. This kind of labor justly de mands a reward as much as newspaper advertisements, printing, or anv other kind of labor belonging to the school department. But, as I remarked at the commencement of this letter, the amount of payment depends upon the State Board of Education, of which our worthy Governor Blasdel is Chairman. Objection has been raised to sections 2 and .'I of the bill, amendatory of sections 22 and 2.'! of the Act of last session, which provides that the terms of the School Trustees shall be fixed by the County Superintendent. It will be remembered that owing to the protracted debates upon the School Bill, of last sossiou, the time contemplated for election of Trustees expired before the passage of the Act, and that in order to carry out the provisions of the Act the Trustees were appointed ill the various School Districts of the State. The present amendments provide for the fixing of the terms of service by the Superintendent, and an election to fill the place of the Trus tees whose terms expire on the first Tuesdav of March next. One thought more, nnd 1 will bring this to a close. The provisions of the mnendments that have awakened such emotions of horror in your mind, were not designed for Storey county. When I pre sented these amendments, I had another School Bill designed expressly for Storey county, prepared with considerable care, and designed to meet the great educational de mands of that county, and which I intend to present at an early day. lu that bill you will find nothing faintly, adroitly, or mysteriously expressed ; but presented frankly, fully, and, as I think, plainly. When that bill shall be presented I shall take fcreat pleasure in for warding you a copy, mm trust mm you win examine it closely, ami make such criticisms as your judgment and senne of justice may dictate. Very respectfully, N. W. \ilNTON. Hatheu Duu..—Items to-day, renders of the Xkws, ure rather scarce; but we will make tip all déficience* on Monday. The public mind is not on tuntters of general interest to-day—or at least that is not the name it goes by. They call it " pigeon shooting." (ίο where you might, this morning, all you could hear was pigeons, pigeons. We really have heard so much about pigeons lately that we don't like pigeons, and think we will take a plate of oysters at White's Saloon. «♦» Τιικ Ohio Statesman convicts the Presi dent of plagiarizing the most important part of his Message from the platform of the Ohio Democracy. The author of the Chicago Democratic platform should now put up his shirt collar, and demonstrate to an admiring world the iutlucnce his labors had in sharing the arguments and policy of the Executive. An exchange gives the following definition: " An editor ii an individual who reads news papers, writes article· on anv subject, reads proof, talks to all who cail, and receives blame for a hundred things that are no one's J business except his own." Pkksiubnt Johnson last month entered upon the fifty-eighth year of his age. He | was born December 2!>, 1808. ' MÎSCÊLUX Kol's ADVKRT18KMKST8 H.C.KIKK& CO., ^WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS ^ Importers, No. I.IC street, I Honrs Solltll of Taylor, VIIMilMA. NHV., THE LARGEST AND FINEST 0RU8 STORE] On «ho Pacific H. C. KIRK & CO. AVE TUB LARMKKT AND BK8T ME lccted ituok of MILL CHRMIfALS ACIDS, PAINTS, OILS CORKS, ULASSWARK, pkrpimikrv, KTC.» lu l lie Stare of Ncviulii. IIKVTAL ΠΚ1ΌΤ. Juki nvrlved, u large Rtock of Porcelain Τ«ν·ιh, ^^pc^l'lirymnl ami plain Fllcn, Burn, Gold Poll, Drill*. j pkkÏtmiîk v. On hand, κ Lark'·· A*»orl«*d Stock »f Lnhin'ft Extract·, Cologne·», Cosmetic* lor the Pace, Cold Cream, Soap*, Hair Oil*. French Pomade*, En· gli*h and American Pomade*. II ■ »·ν« ni ■ ·. 1η great Variety—i'lotli. Nail. Hair, Tooth and Fle*h Broilifn. ' TUI'SSKS. The lardent and ino*t roiiiplcl» Mock in the I Stat* of Trintwii, Abdominal Supporter*, etc. ' Sl»ON4iKS. Bathing, Surgeon»·', Carriage and Coarne I Sponger For m ale bv II. C. KIRK A CO., Drngglnt«. . soÂÎn. Lublii'*, Pinand's and CVlh· Brother*' French Soapa, Oolden Palm, Glycerine, Glycerine and Camphor, Poncluo, Brown Windsor, Shaving, ' Castile soup, and a hundred other varietleu. For •ale by H. C. KIRK Λ. CO. 1 liiquorn for llrdiriiinl Uac! Brandy, Whlaky, Gin, Sherry, port. Madeira, and other wlnr*. nil of the Hne»t and pureitt qunl· ity. For nul·· by II. C. Κ ll(K Si CO. Γ. 211· (ΌΚΝΚΜη Graduate of tho Philadelphia College of Phar macy. C. M. (!()KNKIili, Chemist and Pharmaceutic, No. 43 C atreet, south of Tu ν lor, do21 i»tf (Jone*' 4-story Brick.) | $1. CHARLES M ARKET j flAItt MTRKKT, Oppoaiir Rclipar .flail «eld Hill. VT THIS MARKKT CAN AL· way* be found the choicest ineaU—" BKKF, .HUT TON, VKAlit PORK. A no, Pork Snunaffee constantly on hand, and held at the lowest market price. Private famille* and Hotel* will find it for their Advantage to patronize this market, where I hey will nlway* be supplied with the bent inertta the couutry can afford. py*Rendered tallow for null and mining pur· note* constantly on hand. 11AYK8 &. CO. Ja5 tf QÛICK8IL VER! mt: WILL SELL Quiolisilver AT 75 CKNTN PKK POI ND, Agency Bftiik of California. |*a U VIRGINIA AND HOLD HILL» DRY GvTOpS AND CLOTHING. . New (*o<h1h ! New GoÏmIs! JmhI Krrtlr«x1 Ml ΤΙ. I BAXKE\UELHEK S Î . J<! '»' »*i j,· if»?»·· ,îï»3* >rxt Unnr to W., Κ &' Co'· K*»ic«« Ofllre OAI.D Η I I. I., Λ I. A KO Κ AND WELL SELECTED STOCK .of P4I.L. 4NI> WINTER Dry Goods ! CotiNiitiug h Goufral Aaeurmiuut of Dry Cloak», Fur», Lndiri'.ntMM'Md ChlMi-cu'i Etc., Etc., which will b« «old a»| CHEAP FOK CASH An chii b« "btiiiii»d in thli BUtr. >1. FKANKKNHKIMKK. Qold mil. Deo. 28,18C.V If SK2* 1866 !"S5S • fii* FIRST CALL ! J. Kil fl A: BRO., Next Door fo lin» («old Hill New· Oitlco, HAVINT. COMPLKTKD TIIK1H WINTER Stock, λγ·· prepared tn supply their Friumli and Cnntomcrii, kavliif tbf LARGEST HTOCK --OF— Gent's Fine^Clo thing —ΑΝΊ»— TMR RRMT AHNORTJIKNT —or— flUl BOOTSfd III (HI* Sial»». ij HATS! £ —AMI»— V A PS, Blankets, TRUNKS AND VALISES, ΤΚΛΤΚΙ,ΙΝ« BAfi*, Gloves and Hosiery, Of Errry Dftucriptlna. ί?" Our Friend* and i'aatoi<ier« will do wpII io call upon um, m we are deter* mined Co pleuAo all. j. β Ainu & Β KO.. NmI <μγ I· «eld Hill Kf»· OMct. J 1.8 If FALL and WINTER ! VIRGINIA Emporium of Fashion Σ J. BARNERT Ac CO., Proprietor· of the MAN PRANVIUCO CLOTHING STORE! No. 4*4 Suutk V atrret, VIRGINIA. [Next door to Qilllg, Mott it Co.'»,) Importer* and nuimlurturerii —or— Full «ιι»«1 Λνin to*· Stylen —OK r.LKOAMT— Custom - Made Clothing, —and— ^ GENT'S IIK\ISIII\<; «OO D«! Of All D«i»f rlpllo·». HATH, HATS, FUR CAPS, SHOES, SHOKS, BENKKRT'S ROOTS, KID ULOVKS, and I'KItPl'.MKItlKS. Call M the 8hq Frauclnoo Clotblog Store uid examine the Blanket*, Trank», Vallara, t'arprrt-Bajr», Rldlns flltm, llrary Backekla (Slerr·, Ktr. J UARXKKT ft CO.. Importer· and Manufacturer· of FINE CUSTOM -JAADE CLOTHING ! ty Clothing mule to order aad gaaranteed le fit. Boy'e ulothlog leuule to order. ·· New Ooodi received by every eteeiaer. direct on New York. 0*U aad eee ua. decSOtf J. BARN·XT A CO. HOTKLS -HBSTAURANTS-8AlOOJtfS. NEW BILLIARD SALOON. WHITE & niTCHEl·!, WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM thrlr friundii, tbnt th»y have oprueil a NEW AND SPLENDID BILLIARD SALOON, Next Door lo llir Kxrhnn«o Hotel, MAIN MTHKBT, «OI.D HILL. THE SALOON ia fnrnlahed wllh two tirat-claaa Billiard Tnblea, of Strablo'a niukc. THE BAR will alway· bu fnrnlahed with tb« Bnt-it LIQUORS AN» C1GAB8 To bo found la th· Market. AUH). ΤΠΚ FINK8T QUALITT OIT LIQUORS, BOTTLED K.XPKKHHLYfor HOLIDAYS All patrona of thu Houae will receive tb* mont prompt aud polite uttrntion. Ν. B.—Tho Hon»" will bo kvpt opeu ALL NIOIIT, for the beuvflt of Mluera going to or re turning from work during thoaehoura. jel9 tf WHITE it MITCHELL. FINCH'S SALOON, OPEN AM, NIGHT AND DAY, O»|ioalle Hutarb'a Wncon i.Muklac Kboi>, (•OLD HILL. ΦΗΕ PROPRIETOR HAS RE-KITTED and X rK-fnrnlihwl tbl* old and well-known REFRESHMENT DAI.OON, And laid lu a new itock of the Vrry boat — WIwm, Brandira, nnd Olhrr I.tqusr·, Equal to any lu Gold Hill. Alao—CIGARS, of the beat quality. CONFECTIONERY, all klnda. SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO. LAGER BEER, of th* bvat quality in thia State, from the Slx-mllaCanon Brewary, at Oar Deliar per <3*11··· THOS. E. FINCH. Gold Hill Jan. 10, lMti. jalO tf lllcbard Kiuiilcr. I (Itdw'd Sohnrfer. SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT, MAIN STREET, «•Id Hill, .... Nevada, SANDER it SCHAKFER, 1 Jropr ie t or». |jal3 if CiOLDHILL EXCHANGE H. A. CLAWSON, .MAIN STItKKT, HOIJI HIM* Muyuard'a llutldtii*, WOULD HBSPECTPULLY ANNOUNCK to th« public generally thnt I bave mutinied lb· proprietorship of tbli popular Snloon, and will bo glad te receive my friend* and the pub He, and cao aa*uro them that I constantly bave iu store ih· Huent brand* of WiMf·. Hinndir·, liiqiier·, Air·, ■lock, Porlcr ami Cigar*. A flue LUNCH in m pre ad dully at II o'clock. Couuected with the Exchange nr* fine private Reading Koonm for gentlemen. Olve me a call everybody. Ja4 tf HARRY CLAWSOX. JEMKINS' LUNCH ΙΙΟΓ8Ε, No. II >irnl, VIRGINIA, [N'uxt door north of Court H mue.} Τ «m. Colli.·, Cliocolnft·. l'ion. Cil km. Douuhiillta, Hhhi und R«(a, Cold Ment», Orator HlfWKi Kir., Marred up nt nil hour· of the day anil night. Olve ma u call. W. H. JENKINS. daS7 m Proprietor. Billiards! Billiards! REDUCED PRICES. Twenty-Fivo Cents per Game —AT THK— WASHOE EXCHANGE BILLIARD SALOON, Na. 41 Neath C itrrrt, νικοπίΛ. ty Tha (M-It Table· In the City. Call and »«· u. and learn the name of angle·. nov a C. H. FM.VT Λ. CO. JIMMY'S SALOON, Dounr'a New lire-proof llulldlne. Main at., Two Doom below Well·, Purgo h Co.. (MILD IIIM. J Α ΤΙ KM ΗΛΝΚΛΗΛΝ & CO., Have opened the abovk saloon, where will be found the ckolceal Wlan, I.lqaora and Cigar·! And Jimmy will rvrr bo found ready to wilt upon hi· gne«t« In hi· nautd (food nitured and gentlemanly manner, and hope· to aliare a por tion of public favor. de27 tf l'HL'K S 4LOON, Two Uoora abovit the Κ<ΊΙ|μ« Stable·, GOLD HILL. \LWAYS ON HAND, ΤΗΚ BE8T WINES, Brandie·, Whl.kle», 01».Old Torn. Cordial·, Cigar·, and be·! of nil, Preah C«r»on Lnger, Kept cool and nice In a atono caller. All drlnka and cigar· at 11 I·!) ceal·. Tha public are Invited to call. Jam Β LÉ VISON & CO., Opp~ilr Flood Λ <!·'■ llaak (Md Hill. Wholesale and Retell Dewier· In BOOKH & HTATIONKRY, Clgai-N, Tobacco, Fancy Good», Etc.. Etc. A 0 00 1» ASSORTMENT Of MEER Rchamn Pipe» ulwayw ou hand. Ad entire New Stock of every kind of the above food*, ju*t received and offered to the pub· lie at tb· i.o\vmt cash pricm. Our ttock of CIOARS. enpeclally, 1· equal to any to be found In th* Suite. Jal'J if B. LEVI80N ic CO. C. WATKKHOUSK, I J. XV. LKJTKR, San Kranelneo. | New York. WATERIIOIISE it LESTER, Hurrraaora to W. H. Brun de Co* —importkks or— HARD WOOD LUMHSR, And all kind· of Carriage A Wagon Material»·. No·. ïy and 31 Battery utrect, - Ran Franc lac ο A ad 17 and 10 Seventh · treat, betweefl J and J, dec6 8tni>p Sacramento. MUSIC AND DANCING. PBOF. n. A. IWRIT WILL OPEN HIS DANC1NO Λα SCHOOL at the Olympic Club SJI Room, In Gold Hill, NEXT MONDAY. January 15th. £Ll 'K IUT5 or Tuition—.Tloaday· aad Friday·, afternoon and evening. AT 8ILVKR City—Oat ■«··«!·ν·· EteWUl play and fnrnlih tnu»lc for ball· and partie· at ihort notice. Leave order* at Dale m Co.'· mutle itore, Virginia Oily. 1*1* v PROFESSIONAL CARDS ETC. - Η. Ν. Β EAIiSP BRANCH Photographic Gallery, (MHiD.VIIIJ, NRVADA. PICTURES TAKEN IN ALL STYLES, and according to thi» Latent Improvement* In the J»· B.—Llketieaiie· of the Sick find Deceased ι taken mi tbulr re*ld**n<'« when denlred. >tftf A. J. BEAL8, Agent. DB. J. U. THOMAS, PliVNiciau and Siirgeou, (Ορρ<'·Ι(· Odd PpIIow·' 11*11,) Mai· alrwtt, floU Hill, py Particular attention paid tu Midwifery, alto to Private Dlneaiei. Jnl 1 tf W. O. COHVELI., DENTIST, Offlcr-KIrat North of I)f>iin>'« Drue Storr (JOI.D IIII.I.. NKV. WILL SKILLFULLY PKRFORMeflm all operation· In hi· profe««lcn.<3^^W Artificial T«th luwrted on Gold, Silver or Vol· canlte. Particular attention paid to tho prewrvatlou of Natural Taeth Prlew wodcrat·. Alloperatioui warranted. J»"·-' " D. N. POWERS, MUH«ICAL AND HIECHAlVirAL DENTIST, NO. 34 80UTII Β STREET. north of Taylor. Virginia, Novadu. Price· redttced to »ult tho tlinu·. dec29 tf W. W. BISHOP. DUNOU WOOD. BIftHOP * WOOD, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Gold 11111 Nevada. e20 tf -PEMBROKE MURRAY, JUSTICE OP THF PRACR, r.wn.hip w·. il. OFKICR IN COLLINS' BRICK BUILD1NO, on Β «treet, next door to No. 4'· Engine HOUM. Jal2 tf ·. n. MARt.Krrr, c. κ... ι ηκηκοκ hunt. ■Surveyor Qrn'l, K«. | Civil Engineer. ιΊΙΑΒΙ.Ε'ΓΤΕ Λ HUNT. Civil Engineers and Snrveyors. OFFICE—Ovct Kuhllus & Co.·» Hank. Β «t., Virginia. oclg tf THOU AM WKI.I.N, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, I Cumon <Ί», N«v. (IFWt'K—In (he Conntr llullilln·. Will irtvr strict attention to practice In the «Suprrwir Court of title State, and In the Clr· cnit «ml Dlntrict Court* of the· United State*. miHI tf WW. K. VIAIiK, NOTARY PUBLIC, Under the State I«awt and Commlneionor of For the Sente» of California. &-4^~AII kind* of Conveyancing don·· In unwat and correct mauner OFFICE—With W»lli, Farjco 4 Co.. MmIq street. Gold Hill. mhK tf D. O. ADK1NHON, JUSTICE of the PKACK, T,witkip Ν·. I. OFF1CK—No. S6 South C «treet, Vlrglul·. Aran u j. κ. »crrr.Ri.r. c. iuttkri.t. KIITTERLE1' BROS., PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOMS, Il «trfrt, Corner «Γ Tnylor, VIKCilMA, Nov. \\ B.—Picture· Uken lo all itylr, nnd alzrn, •Itlier from llf, or copied from oM picture». mylSt If W. IN. HAXiL, NOTARY Η I'H I, I C, —**!>— JiiMtlco ol tli«» P«'«ce. ! OFFICK—Corner of Main nnd Pioneer streei*, Gold Hill. . fy Conveyancing or Collecting attended to at abort not lew. Jalfl tf ~ WW. II. RRRiaiV, LICENSED AUCTIONEEB, —AND— Constable of Gold Hill Township. OFFICE—lu Judge ΗκΙΓι Court Koooui. f"y Collection» promptly uttonded to. jal.1 tf DRUGS, ^ ftEORftE DE Α Κ, ^ Odd Hollow»' Hulldlugi («ILD IIIt.U 4 NNOUNCF.S TO THF. CITIZENS OK /V Gold lllll and vicinity that hp baa on hand h well aelected wtiH k of the pnrrnt RRIGSi 4*1» HKDICINES, And la In conatant receipt of FANCY «JOODS. PKRPITMRRIKM, MOAPS, HKIXIIRM, PATKNT .MKDICl.NKM, And all article· connected with a flratclaaaitore. (T^Panlrolar attention paid to componodlng Pbyalclana* Prescription·, by experienced hand·, at all hour». J«84 If REMOVAL ! REMOVAL ! G. * Τ Ο C Κ I. F Announces to his customer* and the public generally that he haa SHI removed to hi» new «hop oppoiite the y 8au Praucltco Reataurant. where he la prepared to ptannfa.'tnre BOOTH. IUOKHi Klc.. Etc., At tb· ahorteat notice, and In the beat and latent atyle. Ν. B.—Repairing don· to order wllh neaftie·· and dlaoatcli. Mr. Stockel alao offer· for aale a new and well aaaorted atock of Sole Leather, Upper Leather Finding·, etc.. attheloweat market rate·. jaJWf !___ fKKD. 5CHCÏNIMAN. W. NRll.K FRED. SCHffiNEHAN II CO.. ClBMMilba Caller·, No 19 .... North C «treet, VIRGINIA CITY." All kind* of cutlehv. henry*I Uiflni, Gun*, Rl*tol« and Locke mud* and Repaired. ryPartlculw atteutlon paid to Grinding and PolJablng Raiora, Barber·' and Tailor»· Shear», etc , ate. J»"1"1 «CHOOI-. BOOK»! Or Amy Oiher ■«·*·. OK ANY KIND OF STATIONERY, CAN alwaya be bad at tb· ••PIONBBK BOOK MTOKK,» Comer of C and Ualoa atreeU, ViRoimi, Nktaiu, Λ· Chuap the Clienpeat 11 ! ■ Will Km b· Valamld : |aS3 W. IL BURRALL. M ISC KI.I.A Ν KOL'S ADVERTISEMENT. M VΕR Y "ST ABLE, Liver}· Stable. LIGHT &~HAVILAND, Ne. 04 Moutk Catreet, Vlrctnln, [Two door» north of Well», Fargo 4c Co.,] OFFER TO TUB PUBLIC OK 8TORF.Y county a dm* atock of excellant HORMEN, CARRIAGES, nil.I NADDLE ANIMAI.M, For u«« et the loweat ratea, bfibln STABLING, FEED AND BOARD For Stock of all kind*. Mit. H AVI LAND, baring pnrchaaed the Inter fit of John Allmanlnthe eatabllahmant, together will. MR. LIGHT, will endeavor to make thla at able the Drat In the State. •WCall and aee na. C. If. LIGHT, JaaSm D. B. HAVILAND. BOOKS! BOOKS! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- -fSfatm ecru, to Wit; Mill Ml-.— I λνΜ/ΙΙΛ other Onupanlea. Profrailonal andAMW Bualneaa wen, Public Office», atid"··®·^ Private Cltlrcna, and all other buyer* of BOOKN, NTATIONEKY, Aud Kindred Article·. If you wlah reaaonable and uniform prlrea, fair doaling, and genuine g nodi, tnll at the PIONEER BOOKITOKE, Moutlicaat corner ef C »nd I'nlon at reel·, VIRGINIA, NEVADA. Where you will nlwaya find every kind of Blank. School aud Mliccllauevua Book·, Memo random·. Dlariea, Pan· Booka, Song Book·, Nov el», Sacred and Secular Mualc, Muilcol Inatru menta, Map·, Legalcap, Blllcup, Foolacap. Bath Poal, Note, and other writing paper ; Gold and other Pena, Envelope», Drawing Paper and In. atrumrata. Copying. Indelible aud Writing Flul.la; Mucilage, Legal Blanka, Pocket Cutlery, Ptiraea, Flahlng Tackle, etc. • All the luteat California and Atlantic Papera, Plctorlala, Magaxlnea, Revlewa and Periodical·, and a fine Cirealali·· Library ! Newapapora, One Bit each. Magaxlnea, Two Blta each. Satiafactlon guaranteed to cuatotnera. JalO tf WILL H. BURRAL.L E.W.KEYES, Sexton & Superintendent —or— MT. PLEASANT CEMETERY, Ala· ·Γ Ihe Catholic. ΦΙ1Ι8 CEMETERY IS SITUATED IN TIIK 1 ./ »..„U IV.. fVllnt.. ΙΙλ· pltal. overlooking the city of Virginia. The Sexton und .Superintendent being an old pioneer of the city, and knowing the want* of tlie commit ulty, h an deeded the Cemetery above described, undrr an Act of the late LegUlature, lu trust, mi til Bitch time hh the name shall he iucorporated, to secure a renting place for the dead, and to afford to the friend* of the deceased the convolution of knowing that under thli trtiNt this Cemetery can never be disturbed, sold, or used for any other purpose. Κ. Λν. KKYKH. («eiieral Undertaker, No. 26 South C street, Virginia, has on hand the only stock of Bar*tow*a .Metallic Caeketi anil liurlnl Cnara, Fine Mnhofeny Cofllna, Collin Trltnmlngiu etc.» In the State j Alto—METALLIC COFFINS of all klndi. got up at shortest notice. Alio, large assortments of SllverPlated and Metal Mounting*, Craps.Glovei, Robes, Fringe* and Hatln Lining*, ate. Pattlculur attention paid το SHIPIM SO BODIES, and Funeralii attended to wiib promptness. Remember the old staud— IV·· J6, South C afreet· Virginia. K. W. KEYEN. P. 8.—Hearse* and Cariiagee will l* iu rtadi ness to attend Funerals all over the county and vlclnltjr. K. W. KEYEN, No. '26 South C atrcet, Vire lulu, Wishes to inform hie friends, and the public gun erally, that he has on hand a com plete stock of Furniture and Furnishing Goods ! Redding, Carpets. Blankets, Sheetings, Crockerv, Wooden and Willow Ware, etc., etc. I thank my old friends and the public gt-ucrally for pant patronage, and hope, by strict uttentlou to business, to merit α contlnnauce of the same. Kemomber the OLD STAND, No. South C street, Virginia. no24tf K. W. KEY ES. SIERRA VALLEY L II ffl Β Ε It YARD —AND— VIRGINIA. PLANING MILL, No. 45. South D ilrrel, VIRGINIA· Having on hand a large assort ment of Seasoned Lumber, wc are now pre pared to furnlnh 'lie name at the shortcut posalblo notice ; such an Dressed Flooring, Ceiling, Hiding Mouldings, and all kinds of Dresned Lumber Also, a large lot of <!aliferaia Sugar Pins·! fy*AII kinds of Wood Turning and F« d Grinding done to order CHKAF FOR CASH. _ j ad if HAWLEY. MOXLEY SiCO. TR BT.nOTVn?rRLl5 I) «OUI HIM.. Ovimltf thr ICrhpwfl Stable, KALKK IN THE VERY BEST OF II 11 uk unit Domeatlc CKJAHS, ΤΟΒΑ«Ό, MKKILMCIIAI.'.M.PIPKH, (TTLERY, STATIONER V, PI.AYIN<J CAKDH, <·ΟΑI. Oil., Etc., Etc.. Which he run Hlford In >ell u ch**p at auy hoiiM in ih< State of Nevada. ji»l8 tf FOWLS! FISH ! ! GAME !! New Market in Gold Hill. LOUIS MONACO WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC OF GOLD Hill tbat be hue recently eMtablUbed a NEW ΜΛΚΚΚΤ, ON MAIN MTKKET» Two door· above the Unuk Κ χ change, where be will couatantly bave for aale, at tbe lowest ca«li price·, aweet andfrmh, all kind· of GAME, «ucb M Turkey·, l>uck* Chicken», (îrrie, i|aall«, WoodroeUm Hare* Had Hnbblrn Alio— Lnko TahoeTrout,and all klndeof FISH from San Fraudnco. Ala»—Freeh Batter. Plrklee, ftattaa**". Can Fruit·, and all kind· of Freeh Vegetable·. He aoHctU tbe public patronage. dee OIOÎ TIARKET, OppMli, ik, .'OaMra Kagle " Holrl, UOI.D Ml»!.· IiHE UNDERSIGNED my ■till be found at !·>» ol,J itund, where lie I» pfp*·*" ■UUltl, wnne ·■ r·- Γ"; .. ■apply liU co«tou»ar« »'ln rine.t «utility of— VRAI Cu5· flnrit quality < BKK·'. W" PORK, .TIIITTON. ETC. Λ ι thr Uwmi Rale·! Hotel· »nd Famille* will receive urtlcuUr at ten tlon. L. T. VOX. Gold Hill Jan. 1». ΙΚΛ6. J.lytf LIFE INSURANCE Τ Η It MUTVAI. Life Insurance Company or Now Ywk ! Marplna ArrmnuliUrd IWI 1>770,MU Mil8 COMPANY 18 PREPARED TO 18 _ an* I.Iff iMaarnwrr P*licif* to «II peraona In th» Htate of Nev«d« who can obtain lh· aeceaaary Phyalclau'i certificate. The tara·* are rery moderate, «ad tbe boaeflta mataaL Agent for Storey roanty. __ W. E. HALB. JaS tf W„ T. * 0©.'· οβ««, Gold M1U. Τ