Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENING NEWS.
Tub Ctoo Daxci.—'The clog dance which cane off lut night at Mu»ic Hall, between Chas. Collin· and William Mom, for $250 a aide, was won bjr Colline. Al though there seemed to be quite a diversity of opinion» in regard to who really merited the money and victory; but in our humble opinion we think that the decision was given correctly. Moss is an excellent dancer, and de»erves much credit for the manner in which he handled himself. The judges previous to the dance had called forward several persons for a referee, in ea«e they could not agree. First called *ss Winne Wright, who was objected to by Moss, from the fact that he feared he >»" prejudiced. Then the judge for Moss called for one, and like» flash of lightning, the man who was as ready to act in that capacity as some men are to set on a jury, sprang forward and declared himaelf'a competent referee, but Shepard could not see it. Frank Farrington was then called on the stage and closely questioned in re gard as to whether he was interested in the result or not. which was answered, " not h snoot full." AU parties finally were satisfied, and the contestants threw up for the right of coming on last, which was won by Collins. Here the musician for Moss stepped on the stage, and after some little preliminaries the dance commenced. Moss danced Sj minutes, making to our evi and ear three breaks, and taking eigh teen different steps. Moss was cheered "several times during the time he was dancing, and at the conclusion was cheered lustily by all present, which he well mer ited. ' The dust being swept from the stage, Mr. Ziramer. the prince of tiddlers, stepped forward and took his scat, and time being called, Collins came forward and com menced. He danced 4$ minutes, taking over twenty varieties of steps, and not making a break that we were able to see. There is a great difference in the style of the dancers. Collins was the favorite with money and preferences, as was plainly to be seen from the thunder of applause «hat greeted him on his appearance, and whieh was kept up during half the time of his uancinç. Aller me uctisiwu 6..s...t Collin* addressed the crowd in a few ap propriate remark» and then turned to Mr. Moss and offered his hand, which Moss refused to take. We thought thi» in bad taste on the part of Moss to hold any feel ings of resentment after he had been tairly beaten. Both parties were dressed in their colors. Moss in red. he being an English man. and Collins in green, he being an Irishman. A KmouTKXED Reporter.—This morn ing. as we were coming up C street, Virginia, and near the old Qolden Era work·, we were startled by being collared by a lady who would weigh some two hundred and twenty tive pounds, and made to shake in our boots. It seems she hat been keeping a lodging house, and some parties, either br law or without it, had made a descent ou the prem ises and was removing blankets, beds, etc. ; and as ill luck would have it, we were the first person that happened to pass, so she collared us and addressed us in tones as soft as a clap of thunder: "Och, Misther, I atn a poor widdic, and here is a set of dirty blagards that would be afthcr robbin' a poof lone wo man ; and now you jist go straight and bring me an officer." ' Here she released us from her iron grasp, and we gave leg bail for our appearance in Gold Hill inside of five min utes. How the matter ended we were careful not to stop and see. JrsTici's Covrt.— Before Pembroke Murray, J. P., this morning : Beiekc & Co. vs. Delmae ; judgment for plaintiff. Fish vs. White & Fuller ; motion to dis miss tiled—set for Feb. 10th. Bonynge vs. Harrington, attachment suit, $67 ; set for Feb. 8th. J. Smith, Ex. of Δ. Lang, vs. J. Williams, suit for $41 ; set for the 8th. Leibman vs. Billiat. attachment suit, $152 ; set for the 8th. Massey vs. Planter, suit for merchandise, $103 ; set for the 9th. Blaster vs. May, suit for wages, $201 ; aet for the 10th. Greenwood vs. Loring, suit for rent, $125 ; set for the 10th. Mallory vs. French, attachment suit. $250 ; set for the 9th. Hill vs. Mallat, attachment suit, $100; ease set for the 9th. Almond vs. Spencer ; motion to dismiss attachment— set for this evening at 7 o'clock. A Fiomt ox D Street.—Last evening several persons were congregated at the hous· of Barnette on D street, and among them was one Sullivan, who was drunk and quarrel some, and who succeeded in kicking up a muss, which resulted in a free fight, in which several parties got sore heads and bloody noses. Sullivan, we understand, succeeded in kicking down a door or two, when he was caught up by the proprieror and sent through a window, head first, after which he left for home. A warrant was issued for the arrest of Sullivan this morning. We understand, however, that Sullivan was so badly injured in the fight that he is confined to his bed, and probablv the case will be continued. Sulli van seldom becomes intoxicated, ana is gen erally a quiet and good citizen. House Robbers We understand that two houses opposite the Eclipse mill. Gold — » - Λ 1 » — ! —L.. V— „f mil) " Ctt vuivtvu urn •••Q·.», „J those villains who have been committing similar depredations all over the country, und completely stripped of every valuable that could be found. Taking, also, chil dren's toys—money-boxes, etc. These thieves are supposed to be known, and a close watch is being made for them. Mrsic Hall.—Music Hill was crowded, on last evening, about as full as it would hold conveniently, and all present seemed to enjoy thsmselves in the highest degree. The Moore family are excellent performers, and when Master Jimmy is once Known, he will draw a good house of himself, and Maggie and Henry sing with excellent taste and sweet ness. On next Friday evening, Amanda Lee, the old favorite and excellent actress, takes a benefit. Λ No. 1 performance will be given. A Shame.—We do not enter our name as a defender of canine stock, but, at the same time, we must say that the indiscriminate way in which dogs are poisoned is wrong. Last night we saw a man, with a San Bar nard dog on a sled, taking him otf to bury, he (the dog) having been poisoned. This dog was worth, in coin, not less than 8200, and we doubt if that amount would have pur chased him. How is That 'There are certain persons who go to Theaters, Melodeons and such places, and when a man that is employed to do the stage work comes before the audience in the discharge of his duty, they call out "Soup! soup!" Now, what we wish to say is this : whenever you see a man do this you oan spot him as a "dead head" and a whisky bumper. Now just keep watch at Music Hall. CHCRCH Fottival.—Thia evening there will be a festival given at the Athletic Club room, on Β street, Virginia, by the ladies foi the benefit of Franklin J. Rising, who has for a long time been confined to a bed of sick· ness and pain: Let all those who hsve money go and attend the festival, and let thoae who hare not, stay at home, for donations at be nevolent gatherings aeem out of place. No on· Huht.—Yesterday afternoon Judge Barber and · man by the name ο Hammel had a «et-tn, m a a saloon on £ street, Virginia. The Judge waa to< heavy for his man, and succeeded in piltnf him on the floor, when friends interferec and put a atop to their fun. JcsTtca'a Cocrr.—Before D. O. Adki· son, J. P., this morning : Delmae va Hickey—contiaued to Feb. 12th. Geo Mi^eç tv,Miss Riley—judgment for plain titfLuTaylor v·. Ball—on trial. Daly vs 'iui«*e—set for the 8th, at 9 o'clock. That Αεμοκτ.—Once before we spoke ο an armory for the use and benefit of our mil itary, bat all to no effect. This time we wil give a mild and gentle hint about it, and if I ia sot taken, then, Mr. County Commission ere, you lookout, for we ahall be after you. Arrival· aad Departarm. Areitali—Via PUoerrille—J·· Spier, Mr Wadleigh, Capt Kidd, R Parber. Via Dutch Flat—R Mclatoth, John Spaigo. Dkparti-km—Via Placertille—J Wall, Ε O'Brien, Ρ J McName, Ρ Flannery, Τ Brown, S Jarnee, Ε Cocking. Via Dutch Flat—F Doling, C Young. Ο F Bridge, J Τ Redman, A Hyer, A Β Lancaster, W Brightrnore, J H Wedwell, J Johnson, Ο Η Robert·, S KiDgsley, R Hannegan, C W Perkins, A Baker, Mr· Qaldner, A M Comitock, A C Chapman, J Black. Ε Dickinson. Via Overland—Fred Parker, Gen A Stein, Maj S Miner, Col G W Wilion. A Ca»b or Abdcctiox Broi ht to Lioht. Sevesal year· ago, a couple were tiring in Tuolumne county u man and wife ; children were born onto them, a boy and girl ; for «ome time they liTed happily together, and then grew tired of eaeh other's society, and separated. The husband took the children, but the mother, with a mother's instinct, beg ged for her daughter ; the gentleman, whoae name is A. E.Tsdlock, let her take the child with a solemn promise from her that he should be permitted to see her whenever he desired. As soon as she got possession of the child, she refused to let the father see it, and made the acquaintance of a man named Beckwith, and went to lire with him. About two vear* ago, Mrs. Tadlock died, and left the little girl with Beckwith. As soon as her father heard of his wife's death, he at once proceeded to claim his child. On arriv ing at Beckwith's place, his little daughter could not be found, and then commenced a search which none but a fond father could institute. Several times he obtained a clue to her whereabouts, but was as often baffled by the would-be kidnapper, and abducter, Beckwith. For over two years his search proved fruitless. At one time he was led to believe that she was in the States, and he sent a man there to search for his darling, while he kept on the lookout here. Nothing could be heard of her untit a few day· ago, when the.father was once more encouraged b j receiving information which led him to be lieve she was either in San Jose or this city. Coming down here, and at the instance of a friend, he procured the services of Detective Officer Rose, who went to work with a will, visited all the institutions where a child like her would be likely to have been placed, and from a description he had obtained from her father, he found her at the Catholic Orphan Asylum, on Market s tree'. She answered to the name of Beckwith. and th only account the Sisters could give of her was that she was brought there by a man claiming to be her '•Ik*,. ,,wï »Kn Hwd fr*mif»ntlv visited her and made her presents. When her own father was brougnt in, she instinctively threw her arms around his neck and wept as only a child can weep at seeing a long absent parent. On a writ of nabe<u corpus, the child was de livered to the father, who went his way re joicing. Great credit is due to Detective Rose for th· manner in which he brought forth the lost one, and restored it to the father.—S. F. Flag. Th* Virginia City Union ask· : '· What favors has the future in «tore for our chastened country ?" We believe the has on hand a larger and chaaper well select ed stock of goods than was ever offered before in th» American market Flag. Kx-Prksident Fillmore and wife sail for Brest on the 6th inst., expecting to re main abroad six or eight months. Dr. John White and Misa Dobbin», of Buffalo, accompany them. The Leland Brothers, of the Union Ho tel, Saratoga, have made a subscription headed by themselves for $1,000, toward securing the next State Fair for their vil lage. Λ coquette treats a lover like a bou quet—carries him about a certain time for amusement or ahow, and then quietly picks him to pieces. Piootsii—A sow belonging to James Pennington, of Platte county, Missouri, recently gave birth to snmtttn young porkers. What piggishnees ! Col. Robert A. Blake, an old and es teemed citizen of Mobile, died recently while engaged in a work of benevolence on the Eastern shore. Why are railroad companies like laun dresses Î Because they have ironed the whole country, and sometimes do a little mangling. A French bishop said lately in a ser mon, ·· Let women remember, while put ting on perfume and expensive attire, how narrow are the gates of Paradise." Bullion.—There was shipped from Wells, Fargo & Co.'a Gold Hill office, this morning, 3 bare of bullion, weighing 222 pounds, and worth according to assay $7,535 82. Bullion.—Edwards Λ Weigand, Gold Hill, received to-day, for melting and as say, 3,747 ounces of crude bullion. HIDES AND SHEEPSKIN» WANTED. ON WHICH ΤΠΕ HIGHEST MARKET Price, in CASH, will be paid, by D. DONALDSON, At tb· " FULTON MARKET, ja30tf| Corner of Π anil Union strsets, Virginia. ntnvnrMI RAWD'V I ·ν.«AILI■« mm* — ■■ - ,»W — m η·Ι· Nlrwf QOliD HILL. KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL kind· of Bread, Pion and Oaken. Freeh Beaton Brew· Brrad Every Sunday Mania·. Bread. Pi» and Cake* delivered to customers. Alio, all kind· of Fancy Baking done to order. JACOB BECKER, fel tf Proprietor. B. LEVTSON & CO., Opposite Kloed Jfc Co'a Beak, ....Geld Hill. Wholesale and Retail Dealer· In BOOKS 4c STATION CRY, Clean, Tobacco, Fancy Good·, Etc., Etc. VO Ο O D ASSORTMENT OP MEER schamn Pipe, always on band An entire New Stock of every kind of the above goods. Just received and offered to the pub lic at tho lovvkst cash fkicks. Our stock of CIOARS. especially, Is equal to any to be fonnd in the Slate. jal8 tf _ B. LKVI8QN & CO. HEBI SH & DVMLEE, Watch Makers —LVD— MANUFACTUREES of JEWELBY, TV7-OVLD RKSPECTFL'LLT ANNOPNCI W to the citizens of Qold Mill and Tlclnlty that they have Inst received a fln· assortment ο I JEtVEI.HV, WATCHER, " CLOCKM, Etc Ν. B.—Also, a line assortment of California Dia mouds, warranted to keep their brilliancy. an< set in the finest of (old. We are prepared to sell the above mentions* articles at San Francisco Price» All Ooods bo Of ht In onr store are warranted ai represented. We have also made arrangements with thi , Agent of the A m arte an Watch Company to Air [ olah as with the E. Howard aod 0. 8. Bartlet Watches, at the manufacturers' priera. Persons wishing anything In the Jewelry U» would do well to call and examine for themeelvei Vtr Particular at entlon paid to repalrini , Watchee. Clocks and Jewelry, and all kinds ο ι Jewelry made to order at the shortest notice. 1 f»3tf * Dlaeolution. ΊΜ1Ε PROFESSIONAL CONNECTION hen tofsre existing between Doctors McJCean I and Oastoe is dlasolved by mutual consent. 8. A. MCXEAN8, Wit Ο ASTON. Virginia, December », 1883. de» tf ΑΪΓ8ΒΜΒΝΤ8 BIÇ. VIRGINIA-MUSIC HALL. ..MAX WALTM 1 . ...ίο: Phomiktor CROWDED^ HOUSES KVKRV WIGHT! To wltoeu the excellent performance· of the celebrated Comedian, HARRY COURTAINE, CHAH. K. COLLINS, BILLY HHEPPABD, JOHNNY Tl'ERS, • T. F. IIARNWELL, JAKE WALLACE, NED WARD, Κ /Inner. Ε Ρ RIpplQfluun, F II II Oldflold, » Shaltx, W. P. Weetwood, MISS EMMA MILKS, .MISS AMANDA LEE, MISS JOSEPHINE, Who appear In a change of Farce·, Barleeqnee, Drama·, Mlnitrcliy, etc., nightly. ADMISSION : To all part· of the Houno Fifty Cent· Boxe» ta 50 and X 00 " SECOND ANNITAL Liberty Hose Co. No. 1, Of Gold Hill, AT THE GOLD HILL ΤΗΒΛΤ&Ε, —of— THITBUDAY EV'N«, Fek.99, 1<MM, (WA8HIHOTON'8 BIRTHDAY.) Cennilllee of Arrangement·. W II H Lee. L DIUenberg. John M Etnraerion. W Ε Hale. Ε A Qamble Invilnllon Cennlttee. OOLD HILL. lion John Β Winter·, Hon John Η Mill·, Hon John Vandewater. Hon J W Woodruff, Hon D Wood. Hon Tho·. Lane, A A Putnam, U « Murpny, Samuel Hyatt, S W Chubbuck. Tree Lock». Ο W Ayi.worth, J C Corey. WIIBwea», II Donnelly, Captain Taylor, Chou Kohler, W II Blativelt, Jo· Β Low, Ρ I. Buckwiniter, Wit Deulu, Κ à Gamble, Ρ I.yncb (Old Kd. > VIHdlMA. Hon F A Trille, Hou C A Sumner, M H William·, M McCarthy, R Paddock. L Ρ Wardell, Tho· Peailey. H Kern, Vf Warn oc k. H Kelly, W Orndoff, J D Treat. A W Baldwin, Pete Lnrkiu, John Ε Doyle, Or Spalding. SILVER CITY. Jo· Trench, W Β Hlckok, Cnpt D McOowen, A Konemau. CARSON CITY. Oov Β Ο Blaadel, Hon C Κ Ν ο tew are, Hon Morg Miller, Hon Lance Xlghtlngill DAYTON. M J Ileulvy, F Bird tall. Hecepii*· (•■■lllre. Captain Taylor, L DUlenbitrg, W II Arn»iroiiir, Ν Λ Η Ball. Fleer .îlaaagrr*. W Κ Hale. John Π Mill·. Porter Holme·, J Β Winter·, H S King. A D Brook·. Fleer Director. W. H. LEE FOREMAN. TICKET*, (Including >upper) 95 OO, To be had from the Officer· and Member· of the Company. Ial6 td FALL and WINTER ! VIRGINIA Emporium of Fashion J J. BARNERT & CO., Proprietor· of the IAN FBANCIICO CLOTHINOSTOKK1 No. 4!) -South C «troot, VIRGINIA, (Next door to Ollllg, Mott Jc Co.'·,] Importer·and Manufacturer» —OK— Fall and Winter Htyloe —or KLKOAXT— Custom-Made Clothing, GENT'S F1IRN1SH1IVG GOODS! Of All Pc»crl»tlon». HATS. HATS, FITS CAP»*. SHOPS, 8Η0ΚΛ. BKNKKRT'S BOOT», KID GL.OVES. and PKRFl'.MERIBS. Call »lth· San Krunrlico Clothing Hier» nil examina the Blanket·* Trunk·, ValUea, C'wkI-Bmii Rldlna OIotm, Heary Backekla (ίΙ·««ι, K»o. J BAK.XERT 4c CO., Importer· and Manufacturer* of FINE CUSTOM ·JADE CLOTHING ! .rar Clothing mad· tn order and jnaranteed to fit. Bot'· Clothing mad· to order. X·* Good· received by ever? ateamer, direct from New York. Call and »ee η». fa3 tf J. BAKNERT k CO. \ew Goods? Mew Goods! J··! Becelird at SI. FRANKEMHEIMER>S Neat Deer te W., F. &Γ(ν·Κι>η« OMre COLD HILL, A LARGE AND WELL hF.LV.CTRD STOCK of FALL AND WINTER Dry Goods! lOonilitlAf a General ÂMorimeat of Dry Goodi, Cloak», Fur*, L.a4tn>, ÛIUw··'anal Cklldm1· S Η Ο Ξ S, Etc.. Etc.. which will be told a· CHEAP FOR CASH A· can b« obtained In thl· Stat*. M. FKAMKBNBIIXKK, Gold Bill, Dee. *, Ββ5. tf HOTELS "H YESE^gOXEtT THE ABOVE HOTEL IS AOAINJ* 1 opened by it* well known and oldjjÏÏW propri^0r' h. at. max v. The HOUSE bu been refitted ml furolihed throughout, wtth η view «ο the eomfurt and ac commodation οI lu patron». The BAR ha· been relied and farnlahed with the chokeat injp pi τ of Wine; and Llouor.. The BAR ANDLODGING DEPARTMENTS are under the Immediate inpervlalon of MR. VEBET, and Individual or famfltfe can be far nlahed with the beit of Rooma, and the thlraty relieved from a well «applied Bar. The EATING DEPARTMENT h kept by MR JOHN RUH8ELL, where meal· can be had at all hoar·, aa cheap M the ebeapeet. No pain· will be ipared to give aatlaftetlon In thli depart meat. Hoard, per week, (with lodging)...®» & 91· Hoard) without lodging g The TABLE will be faraUhed with all the laxarle· the market afford*. Gold Hill. February 1.1888. feltf RE-OPE\I\G —OF THt— GOLD HILL HOTEL, Main Street, nearly oppoelte Welle. Far·· Λί Co·'* Offlcv. Henry jahn begs i.eave τοηί» Inform hi» friend», and the public In sj·· general, that he hua reopenrd the aburc KB named hotel, where he I· now ready to aocoramo date Boanleri and Lodger· with the beat In the market, at reaaonable prie··. A well fnrnlihed BAR I· alto attached to the ertabllahipeot. " Give him a call, and try for youmlvea." Gold Hill, February 1, Ιβββ. fel m* «OLD HILL ËICHMGE H. A. CLÂWSON, MAIN HTRKKT, GOLD HIM*, Manard'a Β nil dine, WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE to li the pnbllc generally that I bare aianmed the oroprletorahlp of tbl· popnlar Saloon, and will be glad ta receive my friend· and the pnb lie, and can aaaure them that I oonataatly bare In (tore the flneat brand· of Wlae., Hraadit·, Llfaara, AIm. HKk, Partar aad Cigar·. A fine LUNCH la apread dally at 11 o'clock. Connected with the Exchange ar« flne private Reading Rooma for gentlemen. ΛΙ»» ·«· m λ all avarvhodr. Je6Jι "harry cLAWson. IS" Ε W BILLIARD SALOON. WHITB * MITCHELL «70ULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM their '» friend·, that they hair· opened a NEW AND SPLENDID BILLIARD SALOON, Next Door le the Eicheu· Hotel, MAIN HTRKKT,..™. GOLD HILL. THE 8ALOON In furnlahed with two flrat-cla·· Billiard Tablee, of 8trahle'e make. THE BAR will alwayi be furnUhad with the flneel LIQUORN AND CIGARS To be found I· (ho .Market. ALSO. TUB FINKST QUALITY 0» LIQUORS, BOTTLED KXPRR88LYfor HOLIDAYS All patroue of the Home will receive the mott prompt anil polite attention. Ν. B.—The Botnie will be kept open ALL NIGHT, for the beueflt of Mluera going to or re· turning from work during thoee hour·. J«19 tf - WHITE A MITCHELL. FINCH'S SALOON, OPEN ALL· NIGHT AND DAY, Oppoelte Hatech'a Wmoo :Makl>a Shop. GOLD HILL. rE PROPRIETOR 1IA8 RE-PITTED and re-furnlehed thlo old and well-known BBPHBBHBIBNT SALOON, And laid la a new atock of the very belt— Wlaeo, Braadieo, aid Other Liquor·, Equal to any In Gold Hill. AI»o—CIGARS, of the beet quality. CONFECTIONERY, all kind·. 8ΜΟΚΙ.ΝΟ AND CHEWING TOBACCO. LAOER BEER, of the beet quality In thle State, from the Six-mile Canon Brewery, at φ·· Dollar perGalloa. THOS. E. FINCH. Gold Hill. Jan. 10, 1886. JalO tf MANSION HOUSE, (Formerly the White Honee.) Can·· Cliy ν..Νβτβ4β. A. ·. BEATf, Of th· Glenbrook. Lake Tahoe, and V. HARBIK, FORMERLY OF TUE WniTE JÉÉL Γ Hooie, have taken the above Hoiee g[ for a tern of yean, and have Refornlehed, IleStted. Papered and Re* pointed Throeahont (ko Entire Honee! And no^alna will be «pared to keep It a· Λ FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. A FINE BAR haa been alio attached to the above Honae. Ν. Β -A. 8. BEATY return· hU thank· for . · · -J — Vl„_ki|. Ί" »®IJ τ at Glcnbrook, and wonld be (tad to ir* hi· old patronut the Manilon Hot·»*. nolS tf Richard Header.J [EHw'd Srhaefar. SAN FRANCISCO A RESTAURANT, MAIN (TBRRT, Oeld Hill Knada, SANDER k SCHAEFER, Proprietor·. Uaiatf Billiards Τ Blllfards ! REDUCED PRICES, Twenty-Five Cent* per Game —AT THI— WASHOE EXCHANGE BILLIARD SALOON, It·, at Saatk C auwt, TlKfllNIA. Ιψ· rha b*tt Tablf! In the Cltjr. Call and — m and learn the ran· of aniln. nor «3 ... . 0. H. ΠΙΧΤ A CO. POL'S SALOON, i ■·»*"·' ,Τ β·»ί. . ... ·* ■· ΐι 1 ' . Tw» Du»» afc^rf the ItKfM HmMm· GOLD HILL. Always on hand, the best wines, Brandi··, WhUkte·, Oln.Old To·, Cordial·, Clfan, and *aat of all, ;■ Fnah Canon Laser. Kept cool and nice Is a itone «oiler. All drink· and o«an at 19 l-ί oaaU. Th» pmblte ara la riled to oall. Jalt C. WATZRHOUIt, 1 J. W. LZJTÏH. 8ao FranclKO. | . Vtn Tort WATERIXOCSÊ" A. LESTER, Haccoaur· M W. H. Bra·· ée C·* —D»P0KI*M0F— HARD "WOOD LUMBER, And all kind· of Carriage A Ifafon Materials. No·. M and 31 BatUry »tr»et, 8AO f^TEACllCO Aad 17 and 1» hmU ttnel, *«a»aâ J aid 1 MM, Bail Malta, MI8CBUANBOD8 ADVERTISEMENTS. DHUG8, DRUGS! £ GEORGE DEM, ^ Odd Fellow·' Bnlldlac. GOLD HILL, ANN0UNCE8 TO THE CITIZENS OP Qold HU1 aud vicinity that be bu on band a well selected stock of the pnrett DRUGS AMD MEDICINES, And II In constant receipt of FANCY GOODS, PERFUMERIES, SOAPS, BRUSHES, PATENT MEDICINES, And >11 articles connected with a ftrst-clait ι tore. fyParilcalar attention paid to compounding Pbjiidan»' Prescriptions, by experienced hand·, at all bonri. Ja24 tf HAMMERS NEW GIFT ENTERPRISEI TniK COMPLETE 8UC0E88 OP HAM MER S Grand Holiday Qlft Enterprise, and tbe universal satisfaction expressed by ticket holders at the Drawing, has Induced tbe propri· etor to offer ANOTHER LIST OF PRIZES* TO BE DRAWN FOR AT THE VABHOIV THEATER, ON THUR8DAY EVENING, February 22d, 1866. LIST OF PBIZKSi lit Prtxe—One Reeewood Piano, aeven oc· tare, Ivory key·, round comer·, flu* tone, and warranted perfect In er»ry particular, rained at $600 00 Μ Prtfc—Oh Florence He wine Machine, Solid Roeewood Cabinet, elegantly enam eled, Inlaid with mother o'pearl, German pollihed top, and the flneit flntihed dewing Machine ever brought aero» the mountain·. ThU machine waj mannfactured expreaaly for eihlbltlon at the California Slate Fair, and U valued at #200 00 3d M te—One (îrerer de Baker Se nine Ma CHINE, long arm, aolld black walnnt, val ued at WO 00 4th Prize—Οae Qrover& Ralter 8ewlm Ma· CHINE, abort arm, «olid black walnut, vnl ned at I74 00 tth Prlxe—Oae Bird Case and Gold Flak GLOBE, combined with <ne pair Japanese 1 Gold Flih, and one One 8ong»ter Canary Bird, valned at $50 00 9th Prl?··—One Molld Mllrer Huntlnc Cnae GENEVA WATCH, regulated andln good running order, valued at $23 00 7th Prtae—Oae Mllrer Hantlns Caae Watch, «aine ai laat, valued at $25 00 Ith Prlte-Oae Bihar HantUaCaae Watch, tame a» laat, valued at $23 00 vth Prize-One Mllrer Huntlaa Caae Watch· aame at laat, valued at $23 00 luth Prize—One Mllrer Huntlna Caae Watch· •ame aa laat, raised at. $25 00 Uth Prlir—One Mllrer Huntla* Caae Watch· earn* aa laat. ralued at $23 00 1Kb Prlie—One Splendid Mportlng Picture, In roaewood and gilt frame, raised at $80 00 15th Prlie—One Dark Background French CRAYON, retosched, with gilt frame, ral ued at ...$20 00 Uth Ptlte—Oae American Colored Lltho· GRAPH. "The Rlalng Family,·· roeewooΛ and gilt frame, 22 by 29 $29 00 Uth Prlie—One American Scene, "The Fall ing Star·." In gilt frame, valued at $10 00 mihPnie-One French Mlrrer, gilt and roae wood, 12 by ip, ralued at $10 00 17th and Uth Prize·—Each, Oae Mlrrert alie, loj by 17, flit frame, each $7 30 ....$15 00 l»th Prlte—One Pair Genai Vaaea, an ele gant Parlor ornament, ralued at $13 00 IDth to 24th Prliea—Kach. Oae Kleaaat Η wlna 1NO TOILET MIRROR, on atandarda. each $5 00 $23 00 Total Value of Prizes, $1,300. l.SOO TICKET·, AT II BACH. ry Ticket· for tale at tb* Poet Offica, Hart'· Sampl* Room· and White Λ Mitchell'· Saloon, Gold Η 111. Alio, at the Poet Offlce at SUrer City ftn<t Dayton The Prlte· raty be eeen at HAMMER'S DRUG STORE. Carton City. The Drawing will be condncted by a Commit a a m.k.i »nA a T int r>t Πη«η Νππΐ· bera published In «h» Ooli> HILL N*w·. (fel td| REMOVAL ! REMOVAL Ο. Μ Τ Ο Ο Κ I. Β Announces to him customer* .a, ud tb« public generally (hat b· hu ■■■ removed to hi· new «hop opposite the fW San Francisco Restaurant, »bm he I· pnpind to mannfa.-tur* BOOTH, SHOE·, Β te., Bte., At theshorteat notice, and la tba baal and latest wk Ν. B.—Repairing dona to order with neatnesa and dlipatch. Mr. Stockel alau offer» for aala a new and wall assorted stock of Sola Leather, Upper Leather Finding·, etc., at tba loweat market rate·. JaS 'f Ο CALIFORNIA VIEWS fOK THE •TBHEOICOPK AND ALBUM. iVER ONE THOUSAND DIFFERENT ν r Photographic View», ALL Ntw, and fall of lntsraat, Illustrating the different procesaes of mining In gold. allTar, copper, quicksilver, Ac. The besmtlfol scenery nt the Yoseralte Valley. Tba mammoth tree· of CaJavaraa county. Moun tain lake·and waterfklls; mountain road view· and war itntloni ; «now-clad mountain· and fer tile valley· ; city and bay view·. Tha moit complet· aerie· ever pnbllahad, and tba moit suitable present to sand to Mend· abroad. Stereeecope Hlie SO cente each Alb··· (Use M |9*Can ba aaot by mall to «11 parla of tha world. ν Published and for aala by LAWRENCE A HOUSE WORTH, 317 and 319 Montgomery-it., San FranalKo, Complaee priced catalogues tant to any address nut. no8m9 WIS FAULKNER * SO!*, —mroKTtu or— CaWU aasl Card SMck, «II Calarei Friadag lak, all Calan« ~ Tanlak, —AHD— PRINTING MATERIAL. OLD TYPE ΜΕΤΑ!.. Machinist· may at all times ba supplied with old Type Metal, br calling at \tV it All (1at«t..Haft«MlWi rus. tcuacKtMAj·. ,■ w. kill* FRED. 8CHŒISEMAV A CO., βηΜϋΙιΙ· aaA Caller·, ' No. 1·.... North0«treat, ■ VIRGINIA CITY.' All kinds of cutlery, hemrt·» Rlfiea, Quns, Pistols ud Lock· made and *nrPart»«l«ratt«>Uoe paid toQrtatiy ·»* PoUsalag Raaora, Barbara aad Tallora' «Sean, eta , ate. J·1·* w r.y^v PROFESSIONAL CARDS ETC. Η. H. HEALS» I — "Ιο Ί' 1" ■* IRJUWH ' Photographic Gallery, GOLD.HILL, NEVADA. PICTURES TAKEN IN ALL STYLES, anil according to the Lateat Improvement· In tha Art Ν. B — Llkenoeeea of tha Sick and Ditmri taken at their retldence when detired. >1» tf A. J. BEALS, Agent. DR. J. O. THOMAS, Physician and Surgeon, (Opiwilt· Odd Fallow·' Hall,) Haln afreet, Gold Hill. (7° Particular attention paid to Midwifery, alio to Private Dlaeaae·. Jail tf d. nr. powebs, IVBfllOAL AND MECHANIC A l· DENTIST, NO. 34 SOUTH Β STREET. north of Taylor. Virginia, Nevada. Prion reduced to mit the timet. JaS9 tf W. O. COlfVBLt, DENTIST, Ofllce-Flrat North af Dennr'a Dnl| (Mer· GOLD HILL, NEV. WILL SKILLFULLY PERFORM all operation· In hi· profeealon.Qn9 Artificial Teeth Imerted on Oold, Silver or vul canltc. Particular attention paid to the preservation of I Natural Teeth Prie·· moderate. All operation· ) warranted. M tf 1 ' W. W. BISHOP. DOIfOI· WOOD BIMHOI» * WOOD, Attorneys and Counsellor· at Law, Gold H1U Nevada. «20 tf PEMBROKE MUBBAY, JDITICI OF THE PEACE, Tawaahlp N·. 9. OFFICE IN COLLINS' BRICK BUILDINO, on Β atreet, mil door to No. 4'a Engine Honw. Jal8 tf a. h. MAiu.rrTK, c. ι. 1 oioitot hunt, Surveyor Oen'l, Nov. | Civil Engineer. | HARLETTB Ac HUNT, Λ'«ΐ| Vnmnur, ond RnrVAVAT· OFFICE—Over RabUsg ft Co.'· Bank, Β ·1, Virginia. oc!8 tf TBOHA· WELIH, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Ci noil City, Nov. OFFICK-Im the Coaaty Building. QT Will (It· itrlct attention to practice la th· Huprrni· f!nnrl of tbla 8tate, and In th· Or colt luiil Dlatrlct Court· of tb· United 8lUe·. an3lrf WN. S. HALE, NOTARY PUBLIC, Under Ike Mtate Law, and Commlmloner ofDeeda Par ike Htnte of California. VT A" klndi of Conveyancing don* In aaeat and correct manner. OFFICE—Wllh Well*, Fargo ft Co.. Main «treet. Gold ΗΠΙ. mhM tf D. O. ADKIKiaOftf, JUSTICE of tli· PEACE, Tewaefclp IV·. 1. OFFICE—No. 96 Sonth Ο «treet, Virginia M«g7 tf t. X. SUTTIRLT. C. JUTTIULT. SIJTTEBLEY BROS., PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS, It etreet, Career of Taylor, VIRGINIA, Nev. N. B.—Picture· taken In all ityle· and all··, either from Ufa or oopled from old plctur··. n)yl9 tf W. N. HALL, NOTARY PUBLIC, —AMD— Justice of the Peace. OFFICE—Corner of Main and Plouaer atreeta, Oold Bill fy Conveyancing or Collecting «ttended to at abort notlre. Jal6 tf vrn. M. BBEUAN, LICENSED AUCTIONEER, —AND— Constable of Gold Hill Township. OFFICE—In Judge Ball'· Court Rooom. EyCoUertloaa promptly attended to. |ali tf MISCELLANEOUS ÂDVKRTI8KMKNT8. " StTcHARLES MARKET MAIN STREET, OppMllf KcllpM Mill Ο*14 Hill. I Τ TBIR MARKET CAN AL·.^^^^ J\ way· bo found th· choke·» 0^· meat»— BEEP, "■ 1» MUTTON. WMAL·, PORK. A to, Pork San«iff« eonitutly on bud, ud bold at tb· loweit market prie*. Print· famlllee ud Hotel· will And It for thxlr advantage to patronise thl· mark·!, where they will alway· be aupplled with tb* beat ml) th» country eu afford. ry Rmflmd tallow for mOI ud mining par pew· constantly on bud. HAYE8 A CO. frftf ECLIPSE STABLE, Xatn etreot, &L GOLD HHA, NEVADA. TUB PROPRIETOR KEEPS CONSTANTLY on hud for H Ira, tba beat of H0R8BN AND C'ARUIAflKM! Al»o, aine lot of SADDLE HORSES. Partie· wlablnf Carriages wltb drivera, eu be accommodated M the ahortaat notice. Hon·· groomed by the day or week on tba moat reasonable term·. GEO. W. AYLflWORTH, Prop-r. Gold Hill, JnlygQ. 1865, Jy8tf tf Notice to 31111 Men. Mm. Hire··» ANNOUNCER TO tba « Mill M«a of Storey count; that ha ha· opened a «hop on Kale atreet, Gold llilt oppoilte Walla. Fargo k. Co., where be la prepared to make to order . , . I.TtPKOTKD HILI, (CRBBK», ν Of all aUe· uildipm of floe·*··. N. B.-Hla Hcreena are étranger thai ■ay conetr acted ρ laa wbere, af the aaas· laawea. Order· ltd at tb· itora of E. Blttner will prompt attention. J a» tf nrortu reeaire prou SIERRA VALLEY LUMBER YARD —AJtD— VIHQINIA PLANING MILL. N·. 4», UmiIi » aire·*, ΤΠΜΗΝ1Α. Having on band a large assort meet of Saaaoned Lumbar, we ara now pro pared to farnUk the same at tba aborteat poaalbla notice ; loch aa Dressed Flooring, CaUlaf, Siding Moulding·. and all kind· of Dmaed Lumber. Also. alarfelot of Callftrala «agar Plae ! -t?*·*"· "»*' ■>? Wood Turmln, and F» 4 Grindlag 4eae to order cimap for cam. fee tf RAWLRT, MOXLCY * CO. MISCEHANEOCa ΑΡΤΒ&ΤΙΒΕΪΙΝΤ. h7c.1cirk & co., ^WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS^ AVE THE LARGEST AND BE8T BI lected atock of N·. 43 C ureot, 4 Doen «Mk «Τ Taylar, VIRGINIA, NEV.. THE LARBEST AID FINEST DRU8 SURE OitlwPwUeCtut! H. C. KIBE & CO. Η MILL CHEMICALS, ACIDS, PAINTS, OILS, CORKS, GLASSWARE, PBRFDHKBT, ETC., la lh· SOU· *f NvnuUu DENTAL DEPOT. Jut reeelrod, a large stock of Porcelain Teeth, ^^^^^Chryetal and plain PU··, Ban, <<ίΙΤΤ7τψ oold FoU, Drille. PERFUMERY. On band, a Large Aeeorted Stock of Lnbtn'i Extract·, Cologne·, Conn «tie· for tb· Foe·, Cold Cream, Soap·, HalrOII·, French Pomade·, En· |Uah and American Pomade·. BRUSHES. In »r«at Variety—Cloth, Mall, Hair, Tooth and Fleah Bruahea. TRISSE8. The lergeat and mo»t complete atock In the state of Traeee·, Abdominal Supporter·, etc. SPONGES. Bathing, Surgeon·', Carriage and Coar·· β pongee. For ewe by H. C. KIRK A CO., Drngglata. SOAPS. LubLn'a. Plnand'a and Celle Brother·' French fioapa, Golden Palm, Olyoertne, Glycerine and Camphor, Ponclne, Brown Wlndaor, H baring. Caettle aoap, and a hundred other Tarletle· For •ale by H. C. KIRK A CO. IiifMn far H«4lciaal l'a·! Brandy, Wbiiky, Gin, Sherry, Port. Madeira, and other wine·, all of the inert and pure·! qual ity. For tale by H. C. KIRK A CO. Graduate oMhe Philadelphia College of Phar· Ο1 inacy. υ. μ. uuBntbiA Chemin! and Pinrmû' cntUt, No. 43 C ilml, so tub of Taylor, degl lilf (Jonw' 4-«tory Brick.) LIVERY STABLE, Liver}' Stable. LIGHT &ÛÂVILAND, No. 03 Hoath C unM, Vlrel·!*. (Two doom north of Well», Fargo & Co..) iFFEB TO THE PUBLIC OF ST0HEY county a Une stock of exoallant 1I0BHEN, CABBIAOBI, mm* (ADDLE AHMALI, For tue at the lowMt rate·, beeldni STABLING·, FEED AMD BOARD For 8tock of all kind·. MR. HAVrLAND, having purchased the Inter est of John Allman In the eetablUhmanl, together with MR. LIOHT, will radearor to make thle •table the flrnt In the State. WCall and i*e ». C. B. LIOHT, jaagm P. B. HAVILAND. BOOKS! BOOKS! TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON crrn, to-wlt : Mill, Mining and other Companies. Professional Bnilneee men, Public Officer·, and"···^ Private Cltlsen·, and all other buyer· of BOOK·, STATIONERY, And Kladrvd Article·. If 70a with reasonable and uniform price·, fair dealing, and genuine good·, iaUat the PIONEER BOOKSTORE, Heetheui earner efC and Union atroata, VIRGINIA, NEVADA, Where yon will alway· And everr kind of Blank, School and Mltoellaneoua Book·, Mémo randum·. Dlarle·, Pa·· Book·, Song Book·, Nor· als, Sacred and Secular Mule, Mnaical InMru ment·. Map·, Legalcap, Blllcap, Foolecap, Bath Po>t, Note, and other writing paper; Gold and other Pen·, Envelope·, Drawing Paper and In strument·, Copying. Indellbleand Writing Fluid·; Mucilage. Legal Blank·, Pocket Cutlery, Pur»·, Pithing Tackle, etc. All the lateat California and Atlantic Paper·, Pictorial·, Magazine·, Review· andPeriodleals, and a fine Circalatlag Library! Newipaper·, One Bit each. Magazines, Two Bit· each. Satisfaction guaranteed to customer·. JalOtf WILL H. BUBRAL.L E. W. KEYES, Sexton & Superintendent —or— MT. PLEASANT CEMETERY, Ala· ef <kr Catholic. THIS CEMETERY 18 8ITUATED IN THE range of monntaln· back of the Connty Hos pital. overlooking the city of Virginia. The H»xton and Superintendent being an old pioneer of the city, and knowing the want· vf the commu nity, hit· deeded the Cemetery above described, under an Act of the late Legislature, In trnit, un til >uch time a· the tame khall be Incorporated, t» •ecnra a reitlng place for the dead, and to afford to the friend· or the deceased the roniolatlon of knowing that under this trait tbl· Cemetery can never be disturbed, «old, or used for any othar purpose. K. W. KKYK8. (àeneral Undertaker, No. 2β 8onth C ilml, Virginia, bu oo hand lb· only stock of Btnuw1· Metallic CmIuu ud Β aria I Caui) Flee Mahacaar Caflaa, (.'«■a TrlmailaO) «te., I· the State! Alao-METALLIC COFFINS of all kind., get np at ahorteat nolle·. Alao, larg» aaaortmenta of 8llver-Plated and Metal Kountlnr·. Crap*,Qlov*a, Rot.*, Fringe· «ad Hallo Lining*, ate. Paltlcnlar attention paid to 8HIPPINO BODIES, and Funerals attended to with promptneaa. Remember the old aland— X·. M. ··■·!· Ο elrewt, Vlrgiala. Κ. W. KIVKR. P. 8.—Hearaea and Carriage· will be In raadl neaa to attend Fan·rail all over lb· oouaty aad ▼Malt)-. Κ. W. ΚΙΤΙΙι Ne. M Aaaib C acreet, y tralala, Wlahea to Inform hi· friend·, aad tk· publia gaa •rally, that b· baa on hand a eon pi·» Block of Furniture and Forniahing Goods ! Bedding, Carpeta. Blanket·, Hbeotlnga, Crockery, Wooden and WlUow Ware, «le., «le. I thank my old friend· and lb· publie centrally forpaat patronage, and hope, by atriet atleniloa to bnalne··, to merit a eontlnaasee of lb· aa··. ÔT Kememlter lb· OLD STAND, No. St VlfT""'- E. W. REYES. E; BLOOMFIELD, QOLD Hiiilff Oppaafca the Bell»·· Bcaktot Dealer in th* viRf best of ■ ana aad Dome··!· CIGA UH, TOBACCO.' .MEERSCHAUMJPIPKJi, CUTLERY, STATIONERY, PLAYING CARDS, COAL 0( "Ska Κ to.. Which h· can afford to Mil aa chaap aa any bona· In lha State ef Narada. Jalt tf SCHOOL· BOOKS! <y •r Aey Otkn laaka, ι* ANY TOD Of STATIONERY, CAN always be had at tha " PIONBBB BOOK BTOBB," Corner of C aad Uni·· atreeta, VlKOIITU, NSYADi, Am Cheap aa th· ChMPMtt'l I Will RM t· Priiml" ι an W. IL BURRALL.