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THE EVENING NEWS.
ARRIVAI.» A>D DKFABTI'BKit·
Arrivnl·.
HY TUE PLACERVtLLE ROI TR :
Mr» O'Neal··. Geo Atwood,
J Middleton. C Stratton,
Mr* McGowau, Frank Atwood,
Capt Blinding, Mit» F. William».
Κ Χ Ogden, Λ Η Οοηην,
Β Pixlcv, Mi»» Bovle,
Λ Ρ Crittenden. John J Otborn,
Λ Sutro, Λ Chabot,
C L Low.
BY THE DITCH FLAT ROUTE:
G W Hatkell, S D Pinkard.
W C Ch»»e. John Rock,
J S Walton, F Coren,
Mr Dinning, Henry Harter,
Mr Williams, J Burkhalter,
H McCrum, Mra Young,
C Ρ William*. Mr Bradley.
S Connell.
BY TH« OVERLAND ROUTE:
W Baldwin, Isaac Mark*,
J Pendegrast.
Drparlurf·,
HY THE FLACERVILLE ROUTE:
C Manchausen, T Dri*co!l,
0_D Orcott, Morg Miller,
Wa Baldwin, Mr Morrell and wife,
Τ McGee, Mr* Ehrenberg,
J Pendegrast.
BY TICK I't'TCK FLAT ROUTE :
W Τ Ballou, Mar* A Clatk,
J W Lockwood, Mrs Allerson.
Marv Allen, L £ Morgan.
Col Titus. Miss Kllcn Ryan,
S Collin··, W>n Johnston,
Λ Olin.
BY THE OVERLAND ROt'TK ;
J Fancy, R Gluvoo,
R Richards, Β Benjamin,
R McCrum, L Ρ Pinkard.
Vacation.—The merry month of May
will soon be upon us, and Flora will as
«urne her annual decorations of beautiful
and sweet-scented flowers—those delight
ful and pleasant evidences of the ever
presence of God the Creator. Oh.
who doe» not remember their youthful
days in the month of May ? How proper,
then, that the children of the present gen
eration—the '· coming boy* and girls,"
who in a few years hence will relieve us
of the toils and cares of lifo—should have
.·» vacation of a whole week, to go forth on
their little pic-nics and social partie»—to
breathe the pure and balmy air of our
little valleys and hill-sides, and to pluck
the spiev and sweet-scented flowers, and
to rest from the tasks of their school lee
sons ! Yes, they are to have a vacation
for a whole week. The Board of Educa
tion. through their kind and considerate
Superintendent. Col. Collins, publish a
notice in another column of our paper to
day, that our schools will adjourn from
labor to refreshment for one whole week,
commencing on the 2Sth of April. We
trust and believe the occasion will be one
of much beneficial enjoyment.
iutic 9 UVk <· tlut »U>. .—■» _ »,
Or decks the lily f»ir.
Or «Creaks the humblest flower that grow·,
But heaven hat placed it there.
At early dawn there's not a sale,
Across the landscape driven.
And not a breeze that sweeps the Tale,
That is not sent by Heaven.
There's not of grass a single blade.
Or leaf of lowliest mem,
Where heavenly skill is not displayed.
And heavenly wisdom seen.
There's not a tempest dark and dread.
Or storm that rends the air,
Or blast that sweeps o'er ocean bed,
But Heaven's own voice is there.
There's not a star, whose twinkling light.
Illumes the distant earth.
And cheers the solemn gloom of night.
But Mercy gave it birth.
There's not a cloud whose dews distil
Cpon the parching clod.
And clothe with verdure, vale and hill,
That is not sent by Ood.
There's not a place in earth's vast round,
In ocean, deep, or air,
Where skill and wisSora are not found,
For Christ is everywhere.
Around, beneath, below, above, *
Wherever space extends.
There Heaven displays its boundless lovt,
And power with mercy blends.
Keoisteriso.—But a little over one
day remains in which to register for the
municipal election in Virginia. To-mor
row at six o'clock r. the books must be
closed. So, walk up to Justices Adktson
and Murray, and pungle your S3 20 in
coin, or $4 in green oacks, and get regis
tered. You will feel like a real "sovereign"
after it., and on election day you can vote
like a freeman—especially if you vote for
John Piper.
Music Hall.—The performance at the
Hall last evening was well attended and
was decidedly gay. The new act of "Xitro
Glvcerine" is a good thing and takes tiret
rate. Sinclair tikes off Max Walter in
tip-top style. His make-up is first rate.
The entertainment concluded with "Jolly
Tars Ashore," and everything passed off
tu the satisfaction of the audience.
SixotMO Clcb.—We understand that a
singing club has been organized among
the members of the Athletic Club in \ ir
ginia. They are already able to climb all
sorts of " bars," and will doubtless make
short work with fiats and sharps once
they come to strip themselves and wade
into them.
The Stereoscopticon.—The Gold Hill
Theater, last night, was rammed, jammed,
and crammed full of people to see this
magnificent exhibition. Many persons
who applied for admission could not get
in. To-night it will be exhibited again,
with a change of programme.
Goor> Kuads.—As a sigh of returning good
roads by the Placerville route, the Pioneer
Stages now leave Virginia and Gold Hill at
10 o'clock, instead of ti o'clock in the morn
thrmjffh- in nrdi»r to ri»arh
—η π ν _
>»α Fr*nc:»co the night of the following day.
Billion.—There was «hipped from
Well», Fargo & Co.'» Gold Hill office, this
morning, 16 bar» of bullion, valued at
$2ό,δ21 02, and weighing S82 pound*.
Bullion.—Van Wyck & Sanchez, Gold
Hill, received thi· morning, for melting
and assay, 1,066 ounces of crude bullion.
Bullion.— Edward» Jfc Wiegand, Gold
Hill, received thia morning, for melting
and assay, 1,299 ounces of crude bullion.
Lincoln Railroad.—Work has com
menced on the railroad between Lincoln
and Mary»ville. The rail» are being laid
down, and the iron will soon be extended
to Marysville. When thia connection shall
be made, we may reasonably hope for an
increase of business in all Northern Cali
fornia. It will place all the counties north
of Yuba, twenty-four hours nearer San
Francisco, and afford better and cheaper
facilities for receiving freight. Then the
advantages that Butte county possesses for
a wagon read to the northern territories
will be improved and adopted. And we
do not think we indulge iuany exaggerat
ed or fond delusions when we express the
belief that the Oroville and Suaanville
route to Idaho, will be found to be beet
even when the Dutch Flat Railroad shall
be extended to Nevada, if that is possible.
There is still much to do, however. The
railroad must be extended to Oregon, and
it look» now as though it will have to be
done by private enterprise. So much
public a«»i»tanee ha» been granted to im
practicable railroad routes, that the au
thoritiea at Washington appear to be
getting chary of their grants to deserving
corporation». The road from Sacramento
to Oroville, is the result of private epter
pn»e. and the same energy will carry it
into Oregon and Idaho, if it should happen
to take all of Uncle Sam's land to build
tb· Central Pacific Butu JUcord.
Mr. tta.by on the NI taatlea—Λ Look
rt-otn kl· Standpoint.
Confbdewt X Roads (which)
i* ta the St«ie of Kentucky), >
March 12, 1866. )
The politikle sky is orecast with frite
rul· cloads. Darkness is on the face uv
the waters. The waves is a rollin moun
tain high, the litenin flashes ominious
thro the gloom, and the deep mouthed
thunder mutters angrily in the distants.
Ez a sentinel on the watch tower I look
out, and what do I see ? I see the old
ship of State loded down with a valuable
cargo of Postoffices, Collectorships and
sich, a labona in the trof uv the sea, her
bowsprit stove in, her gallant lanyards
bustid, her jibboom a tluttcrin in the
gale, her capstan spliced, and her sheet
anker torn to ribbons. (Not hevin been
a sailor, only ez a driver on the Wabash
kanal, it is possible my nautikle terms
may not be altogether korrect. But it
makes no difference in the interior of Ken
tucky.) She is strivln to make her har
bor. and is workin manfully. Klose be
hind her is the long, low, rakish skooner
Dimocrisy, with all sale set, a tryin her
best to overtake her and board her. For
a time it seemed ez tho she wood be suc
cessful. but alas ! sbe is fallin astern, and
every minnit the distance between them
is a widenin, widenin, widenin, and at
present writin there aint the remotest
prospect uv their gettin within hailin dis
tance uv each other.
To drop the metafor, (wieh by the way
I kin jerk when I feel so disposed.) tho
prospect isn't ez encouragin ez it wuz, and
1 fear, in fact I feel certain, that the short
cuts to offis which the Dimocrisy thought
it had found through Androo Johnson's
veto, is the longest way around. I can
not understand what indoost the Dimo
cratic leaders, our chosin standard bearers,
[o make such egrejus asses uv theirselves
?z to place enny dependence on Johnson
it all. What cood they hcv been thinkin
iv ? Wuz not our experience in 1864
lufficient to deter cm from makin any ex
priment which involved abandonment uv
in ν uv our principles ? Didn't we in the
tope uv ketchin Abolition war votes
lominate Mick Lellan, and didn't the war
nen jeer at us, and tiout us. and sav,
' Behold, wo hev better war men uv our
wn—why should we leave home to find
hat uv which we hev a plenty ?" When
Lndroo Johnson in a fit uv temporary in
ignashun split on Sumner, why did our
eople like idiots pick him up, and indorse
im without waitm for the fax ? Didn't
hey know that Sumner wuz a sort uv a
ose uv calumcl, wich worked on tho
'resident's liver, and necessitated the dis
harge uv all the offensive matter which
ad accumulated durin his long term uv
)imocrisv? Uv coarse it wuz, and to
ay, Androo Johnson, hevin in that
pecch got rid uv the last vestige uv Dim
crisv which infected him, comes up a
tronger man agin us than ever. We
nade two errors. On tho 4th uv March,
$65, at his inoggerashun, when he made
ι specktikle of hisself, we murmured
[ently to ourselves, ·· It's all right !—he's
vun uv us." And we sed the same after
he splurge uv the 22d uv February last.
)h, my friends, they wuz both fatal cr
ors. inem spasms wuz me enori uv a
loble nicher s tryin to git rid uv Locofo·
oisra, and from the fact he immejitely
fter commenst a missellaneously apintin
lbilishim«ts end Republicans to offices
nd hezn't showed a sine uv a disposition
3 extend his hand to a single confldin
)emocrat, it's mv opinion he's succeeded.
We bet too heavy on the fight atween
he President and Sumner. Sumner is
rdained to altur hev a gong uv sum
ind, wich he is also ordained to keep
erpetually a poundin. He's bin for sev.
ral years amusin hisself α poundin the
Hmocricy, and when there wasn't enuff
ν that to make it interestin he turned on
ohnson, and he'll pound at him tillsuthin
Ise excites hit wrath. He's a Spanish
ull. possessin sharp horns, and a immense
mount uv strength and agility, which he
t continually a wastin by jumpin at sich
ed flags ez are mischeevusly waved afore
lim. He's jest ez apt to gore his friends
ζ his enemies, and his lungin at Johnson
ruz no sign that Johnson had gone back
α Ablishnism.
But enuff uv this. Sence it hez becom
fixed fact that the boorish tailor, who
ow by accident okkepies the place uv the
iarter Linkin, made vacant by his un
imely death by the hand uv a vile assas·
in (whose only redeemin trait wuz that
e wuz a staunch, uncompromisin Dimo
rat)—now I say that it's plain that this
runken sot ain't agoin to distribute the
atronag amongst us who need it so much,
ask in indignashun wat is it that we are
sked to indorse ?
He proposes to continue the Freedmen's t
iuro bizness.
He refooses to withdraw the military
rom the Dimokratic Staits.
He refooses to restore to our sufferin
irethren uv the Dimokratic Staites the
labis corpusses with the tyrant Linkin
«•routed from them.
He keeps Jefferson Davit a pinin in a
oathsome dungeon, and only refooses to
iring him to trial becaz, 4sooth, he haint
'et got things in the right shape to hang
lim.
I cood enumerate other insults and op·
iressions he hez piled upon Dimocrats,
tut t forbear. I might if I wuz disposed
ο harrow up the Dimocratic sole and las·
erate the Dimocratic bosom, state how I
ruz treeted, when on the 24th uv Feb
ooary last I made a delcgashun uv my
elf and went to Washington for the pur
lose uv laying before him the necessity uv
he removal uv the Postmaster at the Cor·
ι era. and the anDointment uv myself in
lis stead. I found that bin speech had
eached all other part· up the Yoonited
nates as soon ez it hed Kentucky, for
;here wuz suthin over a hundred thou
>and stanch Dimocrata there, all with pe
titions noomerously signed, which they
hed held over from Hookannon's adminis
tration, rccommendin uv em to places.
How wuz we received ? How did An
droo Johnson treet us ? I might say how
emphatically I wuz showed out uv his
room, and with what reckless profanity I
heerd him remark that Washington had
stunk with secesh ever since he vetoed the
bill, and that fool speech had acted on the
whole country like a puke, and that each
State had spewed it· foulest material onto
Washington, and that the atmosphere
wuz heavy with their breath, et settiy, et
settry, but I forbear.
Suffice it to say, that the few Demo
cratic members of Congress had hard work
borrerin money enuff to get the most
spectable uv the crowd home agin, and
evin then thousands uv em who wuz
drawed there by that speech, shoor uv
apintments, wuz obliged to walk home ig
nominioualy, uv whom I wuz won.
Androo Johnson may be worth/ uv
Dimocratic support, but he hez a queer
way uv showin it. I know not what oth
ers'may do, but ez for me and my house
bold, I'll run after no strange gods. Ef
he wants us, let him call on us in lan
guage which we kin understand.
Pbtrolbux V. N'Asnr,
Lait Pastor uv the Church uv the Xoo
Dispensashun.
WANTEÎD^
—AT THE—
NEVADA FOUNDRY,
(«ILVKB CITY),
Moulders,
Finishers and
Blacksmiths.
Good workmen required, to who*
good wages will be paid.
RIADI * WeCOWE.
βρβί·
MISCELLASEOCS ADVERTISEMENTS.
BILLIARD SALOON.
WHITE &1ÛTCHBLL
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM their
I >' friend·, tbat they have opened a NEW
J AND SPLENDID
I BILLIARD SALOON,
Next Door to the Exchange Hotel,
MAIN STREET, GOLD HILL.
THE SALOON I· furnitbed with two flrat-clau
Billiard Table», of Strahl·'· make.
THE BAR will alway» be ftarnUhed with the
flnrit
LIQUORS AND CIGARS
To bo found In tbo Market.
ALSO. THE FINEST QUALITY OK
LIQUOBS.
Bottled EXPRESSLY for CUSTOMERS.·
AU patron» of the Home will receive the aaoit
prompt and polito attention.
OYATERS.—W* have made arrangement·
at the Ilay for a large «upply (by
other day,) of FRESH SkELL OYSTERS.
which can be obtained regularly for family me.
EATING *TA!*D.-We al«n have In
our Saloon u LUNCH STAND where will be
furnlnhed on khort notice, Oynter», Hot Coffee,
Tea. Boiled KfTff and Ham. Tongue·, and every
other luxury in the Market.
,p|9lf WHITE & MITCHELL.
IKK IKS! HOOKS !
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- jjTia
cern. to-wlt : Mill. Mining and
other Companies, Profexlonal au < 1
llueine»» men, Public Officer», and·····^
Private Cltlien», and all other buyer· of
KOOKN, STATIONERY.
And Kindred Article*.
If you NT I «h reasonable and uniform pricei, fair
dealing, and genuine good*, (.all at the
PIONEER BOOKSTORE,
Houlhen.t corner of Γ and Union atreota,
VIRGINIA. NEVADA.
Where you will alway» find every kind of
Blank. School and Mlncellaneoui Book», Memo·
randum», Dlarle·, Pans Book·, Song Book», Nov.
ria, Sacred and Secular Mu»lc, Mu»lcul In»tru·
ment·. Map·, I.egalcnp, Billcap, FonUcap, Bath
Po«l, Note, and other writing paper; Gold and
other Pen», Envelope». Drawing I'aper and In·
•truinent», Copying. Indelibleand Writing Fluid·;
Mucilage. Legal Blank», Pocket Cutlery, Pur»e«.
Fl»hlng Tackle, etc.
All the lateat California and Atlantic Paper·,
Pictorial·, Magnxine», Review» and Periodical»,
and a dnc
Circulating Library
New»paper». One Bit each.
Magazine», Two Bit» each.
Malefaction guaranteed to cunlemer».
mrlOtf WILL H. BURRAL.L
^=^rvveO'=wa>o<jo»aO'c><>»j>»gp<>''
W. T. EAVES,
s WATCHMAKER AND JEWEIER.I
* No. 'Λ C'St., Corner Union, Virginia, j
t /"VFFERS FOR SALE HIS-» |
h \_" Magnlflcent Stock, con«l«ttng v«®N '
" JKfe ί
» · „
, DIA.IIOND*.
WATCHKM, ,1
JEWELRY, V
Χ ΗΙΙτβΓ and l'Iuteil W'nr*, Clock·, i'
,j Cutlery* Brazilian Pebble», J
* Λα J a Urge aaaortment of SPECTACLES $
; to nuit ull coudition* of the eyr. M
Jewelry Made to Order and ««paired, j!
Watchf» Cartfully Repaired and λ\ ar· 5
mted. κ
Cutler}, Iron and Steel !
EUGENE BITTNER & CO,,
ItfAI* HTREET,
*ioU aw, j
—DICAI.KR9 IN—
^HAB.DWARE,||
Iron,
Stoel,
OV«H,
Tinware,
Crockery,
OlaiM,
Coal Oil.
tiRmp«,
L,nrd Oil.
PAINTS, BELTING, BRASS GOODS,
GAS PIPE AND FIXTURES ;
MANUFACTURERS OK
ΗΝ, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE.
nw« tf ;
GOLD HILL MARKET,
.TIAItt HTRKKTt
Next door to Mn· Frnnclaco Rtiuurask
KEEPS FOR SALE bnl «h»
very cholcrnt of Ueuta. of all
inscription.
Hotel·. Rentaurams and 1'ami
Ile· supplied at mont reasonable rates.
Order· received for SALTED MEATS. In de
sirable quantities, and delivered to customers.
- ..... ..— —Λ α,.
1DO iUCUIIVII VI M·.. r
rut· of Mine· ill culled to onr «11 perior article of
TALLOW, carefully rendered, and exprenly put
up for machine uie.
Meat Market· supplied dally with Un»
BEEP,
ΤΕΛΙ..
nVTTON and
PORK.
Home-cured Hams& Bacon
Fit EH H ΡΓ*Κ LAKDi la Cana.
ty Slaughterer· furnlahed with Ll»o Stock,
Horned Cattle or Sheep, at ihort notice.
Order» received at the office. Gold Hill Market.
L. T. FOX & CO., Proprietor*.
Gold Hill, April 11. 1866. apil tf
E. BLOOMFIELD,
«OLD IIII.L,
Oypoaltv the Kcllpac Stable,
Dealer in the very best of hav·
ana and Domeatle
CIGARS,
TOBACCO,
MEERSCHAUM PIPE*,
CUTLERY,
STATIONERY,
PLAYING C ARDS,
(OAI, OIL,
Etc., Etc.,
Which he can afford to aell an cheap na any
home In the State of Neradn. apH tf
NOTICE TO DOG8!
ALL DOGS WITHIN 'ΓΠΕ LIMITS c*s_a
of th* Town of Oold Hill will pleaae \Λβ
take notlc*. that by the law· of laid iowd, J.i.JjL
you are required to call immediately at the Mur·
•bal'· office and obtain a " tag." On and after
fonr day· from April lat, all dog· found within
•aid limit·, without a " tag," will be Impounded
at their own ezpente, aud after imprisonment
for throe day· will be ihot ttntJl they are dead.
THOS. H. JOHNSON, Mar«haL
Gold Hill. Ner . March 30. 1866. mr3U if
ÎSotice of Diwaolution.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
exiitlDg between the under«lgned. under
the η ma of VAN OORDER 4 HOOVER, doing
bniineal at Teamater·. wai dluolred by mama]
conaent 00 the Slat day of April, A, T>. 1M4 C.
Η VAN OORDER will recelée and reeelpt for all
money, due the late Arm. R VAN OORDER.
Β HOOVÏR.
•eld HtU. April Ο, 1BML ap3J lw
J. BAPM A BRO.'SCOTXMV
Selling Out
AT C08TI
Selling Out
AT COST!
Selling Out
AT COST!
THE KNTIRK STOCK
—Of—
GENT'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHING,
booth,
IHOIl,
RATI,
CAM,
Bit·, Etc..
BLANKET FHRNI9HINO GOODS
.Of Ererjr Dutripllon.i
Montana and other fauties, de·
tlrlnt outfit», will de wall to call oa an, u
we are determined to cloie out ear preeent «lock
of merchandise.
pjc All pnrtlee Indebted te at »re requeued
to cell Immediately end settle.
Oar PrrMBt Stock ef GoodW are of
i.ate Itavortatl···, "C Hare
Been Nelwted with
CreailCar·!!
Cnitotoen will do well to Je·» on til, u *· caa
ΠΤ I'l'KAHK ALL! JO
J. BACn L· BBO^
Nuit IDoor (· Ik· 0·Μ ΓΗΙΙΙ NawalOfle·.
St PRINO
—ι*»—
SUMMBR
STOCK OF
CLOTHING
jrST RECEITED
—BY—
J. RAW X BRO„
Kelt Door t· the G«I4 (Hill I>*w· Ode·.
-C0SSI8TIX0 0F
Business Cassimere
STJXTSl
All C«lars !
Black Frock Coats,
AU Calara !
Beaver Coats.
PANT· OF CAIIinBIK,
BEATER ill CLOT·,
All Coton.
SILK VELVET VE8T8!
Party and Wedding
VESTS!
HOSIER
GLOVES!
BLAHSTKETS,
All CaUr·.
— ALSO —
THE LARGKftT ASWORTJHKNT
—OF—
fÉI BOOTS
^ SHOES ^
» " f.
IN THE βΤΑΤΒ.
4 ηδτθ.4
Of Every Description
and Color.
TRUNKS !
VALISES!
TRATELIIO
BAGS!
-ÀMO
THE LARUKHT ASSORTMENT
—or—
Cassimere, ^
Cloth,
and Flannel
OVER-SHIRTS,
ALL OOLORKI
J. BAII« Ac BBOn
Mean IV «c t* tfc· 0«M HUBKew» >»»■
DRY OOPD8 A.VD CLOTHIXO.
Spring: & Sommer (woods !
Jul BtMirMl m
!fl. FRi\KE\HEmER S
N*at Deer ι· W„ p. Si Co'» Eirma Me·
«OLD HILL·,
^LAROE AND WHLL SELECTED STOCK
SPRING AND SIMMER
Dry Goods Σ
Oonilitlaf a General Auortaiaat of
Dry Good»,
Silk Cloaks,
Ltdlci'.niutt'nd Children'·
SHOES,
Etc., Etc., which willb« «old ·<
CHEAP FOR CASH
A· can b« obtained In thin Statu.
M. FRANKE.NHEIMKK.
fto'd Hill. March 31.1B&V tf
SPRING and SUMMER !
VIRGINIA
Emporium of Fashion !
J. BAR\ERT A CAK
Proprietor· of the
CLOTHING STORE!
Ne. 4'J Hooth C «treat,
VIRGINIA·
INrit iloor to Ollllg, Mott & Co.'·,)
Importer* and lîlanufatturer·
—or—
Spring Sc Summer Style·.
—OF ILIOANT—
Custom - Made Clothing,
—AND—
GENT'S
FURNISHING GOODS/!
Of All Dcaorlptloia.
Importer· and Manufacturer· of
FINE CUSTOM · MADE CLOTHING !
New flood· received by every eteamer, direct
from Hew York. Call and aee n«.
ap24 If J. BARNERT 4t CO.
Closing Out ! Closing Out !!
GREAT BARGAINS !
IMITTST BE SOLD
Within Twenty Days!
T. MU8TO,
Brick Htore, Opposite Well·, Farce &
Company'a Offlce.
GOLD HILL.
OFFERS TO THE PUBLIC HIS SPLEX
dld Stock of
Greceriea.
Provision·,
Tinware,
Crockery.
Grata,
Aod everything la hi· Store.
AT VERY LOWEAT PRfCKfl,
Mad· utlifaetory to the purckaaer. Now la the
time to (et bargain· leldom offered, u the flue
atock of govda yet remaining on hand muni be
closed out by the 20th of April.
j. yiciiTo.
Gold Hill. March 30th. m30tf
A. TIARKEWITZ,
Oppaal te.Tlayaard'a Bank, Geld Hill,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
-IK
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Clffai-M,
Tobacco,
fancy Groodw,
Etc.. Etc.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF MEER·
•chanm Pipe· alway· on hand.
Ad entire New Stock of every kind of the ubov·
food· Jnat received, and offered to the public at
th· LOWUT CASH f RICKS.
The atock of CIOAR3, etpeclally, la equal to
aay to be found In the State.
A. HARKEVriTti
Gold Hill, March 31,1806. mr31 If
ECLIPSE STABLE,
jOXF
ΛΕ,η ■"*·" Pr\ η
GOLD HIM,, NEVADA.
THE PROPRIETOR KEEPS CONSTANTLY
on band for Bin, th· but of
H0RME8 AND CARRIAGE* !
Alio, α fine lot of SADDLE HORSES.
Parti·· wiihlng Carriage» witb driTer·, can b«
accommodated at the iborteat notice.
Hone· groomed by the day or week on the
■oat reasonable terai·.
GÏO. W. AYLSWORTH. Prep'r.
Ootd Hill. Jnly 20, 1865. JyîU tf
Iff. WERTHELTIER,
IMPORTER and DEALER
IK THE FINEST OP
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC
CIGARS,
CHEWING,
HHOKING.
»4 NNUFF
TOBACCO,
CIGARRITOS,
.HBB η Β CMAVM Pif Β»,
Qennine Cherry Stems, ·
amber mouthpieces,
Walking Cane», Hlnylne Curd*,
MatchoN, Etc.
p84 1m) No. M 8onth C «treet. Virginia Nev.
Notice to Mill Mien.
MR. HUGHE* ANNOUNCES TO th·
• Mill Hen of 8torey connty that be hai
opened a «hop on Main eireet. Gold Hill. oppoilt<
Well·, Fargo it Co.. where he I· prepared IC
make to order
improved .hill hckbenb.
Of all iltea and degree· of 6nt 11···.
Ν. Β.—file Ncreeu are Mrnnr tkai
jir^eiMtnetnl rlacwher», ef tbeCaaau
PP Order· left at the «tore of *. Wtte« wil
eeeeire prrapl atteation. *xfiJ "
GILLIG, ΜΟΠ A CO.'S COLPMJf.
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.
HARDWARE,
STEAM GOODS, STOVES
—A*D—
TINWARE;
GILLIG, MOTT A CO.,
Canter Ο aaal Tartar itmlitTIriiil··
GILLIG, MOTT A CO.,
Macraauata u< (il Praaciaea, Cal.
IMPORTERS
-AMD
wholesale DEALERS
IN ALL KINDH
—or—
Har4war«.
■taaai Qaada.
Brliiaa,
Gaa Pipe,
■laraa,
Tia aa4
Capper
ffan,
ytgrimtlmrmt Mmpitmemh, Blé., Hie.
GILLIG. ίΙΟΤΤ Λ CO..
(TlnprMf Brick Bnildiagi,)
CORNER C AMD TAYLOR STREETS,
VIBGINIA,
0
J*ER FOR SALE, AT THE LOWEST
ralfi, Brail Good·, Store·, Tin and Copper
Wtr*, etc. Onr itock will be found rerjr com
plete, hating been earn fully lelected for thli
Hark*.
Th· following comprlMi a part, only, of oar
•tock :
330,000 tti Bar Iron, round and iquare, all >!>·■
23,000 Bi Boiler Plate;
00,000 tti Sheet Iron ;
43,000 tti Shoe Shape, all iltei ;
14.000 Hi Cait-iteel, Bllitvr Steal, and Toe
Cork Steel ;
Kail Rod. Band Iron ;
16,000 »· Track Iron ;
6.000 th· Bar and Sheet Copper;
16,000 IS· Lead Pipe, rarlou· ilaea ;
46,000 '«t Oa> Pipe, Ho 4 Inches :
3,000 feet I. R. How, all iliei ;
ISO doten Hoee Blbbi ;
300 doten Elbow· and Coupling· ;
30,000 Carriage Bolt·, all ilfee ;
16,000 Machine Bolt·, all lite· ;
600 Globe Valve·.
300 Anvil· and Vice· ;
30 Bellow·, rarloua ulie·;
Blackunlthi' Tool· ;
Mcalee, Orlndatone· ;
400 Wheelbarrow· ;
300 doten At. Pick and Sledge Handle· ,
Coal ;
1.000 doten Locka, Ulngea, Butt· ;
Tack·;
Knlve· and Fork·, Spoon· ;
1,000 keg· BlaitlngPowder:
100 doten Ploka;
Borax ;
Balling Wire and Rope ;
tOO keg· Nalli, all lite·;
100 bote· Tin.
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.,
Cerner of C and Tarler atraate, Tlrrfala.
. STOVES I STOVKS!!
WE OFFER FOR SALE, AT THE LOWEST
Price· :
1,000 Cooking Store·, Parlor Store· ;
all lite·
m
Bot Nlorea; ■" Sheet Iron Store*.
GILLIG, MOTT * CO.,
Coraar of C and Taylor atrevta, Vlrdata.
TIN and COPl'KR WARE.
TMPORTED AND OF OUR OWN ΜΑΝΟ
Ι facture—a large itock comtantly ou band,
FOB SALE LOW. BV
GILLIG, MOTT * CO., ·
Corner af C Tarler aid atresia, Virginia.
DOORS.
mit D· VI all WIKDO V BLIKDI
WE 1IAVE A FULL STOCK ON HAND,
of raliou· alio·, and at low rate·.
GILLIG, MOTT Λ CO.,
Caraar af C aad Taylor atreeta, VlralaUu
XO RANCHMEN
0 R 8AI.K
n«wit Balltna Wire I
AxMi Sk«T«l·, β pad·· ι
Pitchfork·, Him|
IUMi «te., et».
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.,
VIBGINIA.
1 ι
Rubber n. u «1 Leather
BELTING,
10,000 *5FL?KBT QUAL'TT·
ΓΟΒ 8ALK Bt
GILLIG, MOTT A, CO.,
CWMTifC and Tartar «treat·, Vlralola.
TO MILL MEIV:
ΛΧΓΚ ARE <PR£PARED TO PURKI8H
Tt QnartiMOUwItbtbebMtklodaorpuachtd
Serf·»·. W» biiv. » .aperior
NCRKEN PUNCHING .MACHINK!
And pvuto· ullifaeiion la «11 cwi
JW Order· Rcspcctfallr «olUlted. "W
GILLIG, MOTT & CO.,
CORNER C AND TATLOft STREJ5TH
VJBGIIÎIA.
/
QROCBRIESAN^jjlSCELLAyEOUS.
NEW GROCERY STORE,
Odd F«11owk' Buildlne·
OOLB HILL..
E. J.~RYAH,
WHOLESALE AND_RETAIL GROCER.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE8PECT
folly Inform tb· people of Crown Polol Ra
vine, Lower Gold Hill, and Famille· an>i Hotel
Keeper· In the neighborhood of Odd Fellowa'
Hall, that be baa recently opened a
Family Grocery and Proviiion Store,
In the corner room of Odd Fellow»' Hall, where
he will alwar· keep on hand and foriaJe,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES !
A tall and complet* atock of GROCERIES aid
PROVI8ION8, direct from the California mar
ket·, comprising, In part—
TEAM,
SUGARS*
COFFEE,
SPICES,
SYRUPS,
CAN FRUIT,
DKIED FRUIT,
OYSTERS,
CANDLES,
FLOUR,
RICE,;
BUTTER,
Previa!··· el All Kind* :
And. lu fact, all article· of consumption to be
found In a flrat-da·· Grocery eitabllahment.
E. J. RYAN, Odd Fellow·' Hall.
Gold Hill, Feb. 1,18fi6. fel tf
Groceries, Groceries !
HATCH A. BRO».,
PIONEER GROCERS.
No. 13 South C M., Vlrilala,
— DEAL1KS IK—
All Kind· *f Family GrecerlN,
Conalatlng, in part, of
S·»'»:
Conre,. liana,
Can Fruit, starch,
Drledn'Frult> Oratere,
(teeie, Kreah Ranch But·
Em·, tor, ele.
CONST ANTLT IN STORE A FINE AS
iortment of Freab Country Vegetable·, re·
celred dally ; and, In fact, every apecle· of Pro·
vlatona and Family Orocerle·, of the beet quality,
and at low price·, to ault the timea.
We are alao conatantly receiving from Ran
Franciaco beautiful GOLD FISH, which we will
•ell cheap. Remember the place—
KW13. South C afreet. 13.-5·
mrT tf HATCH de BROS.
KENNEDY & .TIALLO.V,
No. M South C atreet, and Coraer Hwlth
and C atroeta,
VIRGINIA,
—.,λ, , ν ϋ iim ορτπι. nvtr.KRï
—IK
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
KEEP ON HAND THE CHOICEST^
WIVES 4 Μ l,H| IORS
ΓΝ THE VIRGINA MARKET.
FINE OLD BRANDIES,
Vintage! from 1820 to 1860.
CHOICE BOURBON,
Monongahela, Scotch and Irish
WHISKIES.
Old Oporto, Burgundy and Port
WIÎsTES.
Champagnes and Clarets
All of tb· very belt brand·, mid guaranteed.
ry Oar «lock of Llauon mnd Oroc«rle« 1« full
and complete, nod will M «old at tb· low··! po··
alble price, delivered free of charge.
KBNNBDV Se .HALLOW,
ap!3tf Virginia, Nevada.
P. H. RUSSELL,
140 a«Mlk C streetl, Virgin·.
Dealer la all kind» of
FAMILY GROCERIES,
ConaUtIng, la part, of
8CGAR, TEA,
COFFEE, HAMS,
CAN FRUITS, STARCH,
BACON, 8PICE8,
DRIED FRUIT. OYSTERS,
CHEESE, EGG*.
Freak Ranch Batter, Etc.
CONSTANTLY 7N STORE A FINE A8
■orimont of Frenb Country Vegetable·. re
ceived dally : and, in fact, every «peele« of Pro
vision· and Family Orocerie·, of tb· baat quality,
and at low price·, to >ult tb· tlm··.
flood· delivered on tba Divide, or in Gold 11111,
free of Cierge.
Famille· will find onr Store iu good a place to
deal at M can be fonud In tbe rountv—and we
will guarantee to h-II CHEAPER FOR CASH
than any otber.
Virginia, Feb. —■ lMili. niriil'tf
r. cihilI" " χ. κ. κτιϋΓ"
(AHILL & EYRE,
COMMISSION, STOCK AND EXCHANGE
BROKERS,
K*. A3 ••nth C llmt, Vlrglaia.
California Collections on Nevada
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
L«|il Trader· ,8*i|kl aa4 »·14.
r* — .
KKfXMxcn :
W. C. Raliton, B. F. Halting· Α Ο..
Ι,οαΙ· McLane, Ju. IL Latham, Kiq., I
John S. Hennlng, Agent W., Γ Si Co. J
Donahue, Kelly 4 Co., Wm. Shuns, Eiq , ί
John Sliue It Co., A'gt Bank of Ctl.. >
Peaie le Orlmm, Virginia, }
Han Frasclwo, H. 0. Maynard.
Paxton li Thornburgh, OoM Bill,
Virginia. mrt7 tf
Relief for Horses and Cattle !
ΠΠΗΕ UNDER8I0NED RESPECT· A
-a- fully Inform· the public that he ha»ΓΠΛΚ
••tablUhed a /'< I τ
Viable aad feterlaarr 0·κ,
On tho Divide, between Oold H1U and Virginia
City, Nevadu. Where he li prepared to bellow
medical attention to
HORSES, CATTLE, 8HEKP AND D008,
Which may be entrusted to him. He alio offer·
a Free Consultation at hi· Office from 10 to 12
o'clock A. M. dally, having had an eaten«lve ex
perience In the b'u»Uie·· In Europe and the Uni·
t»d State·, and lately of San Frandico. Πι ιι
enabled to apply the mo«t efficient aad •ucceuful
remédie* again·! dliea»e· of all kind· ; and lollclte
the publie patronage. Charge· aioderate. Itérer·
ences of unquestionable veracity, from men or
known reepectablll.^ |(|.
Veterinary Surgeon.
March 16, leWi. Sîllîi
HCHΟ ΟL Β Ο Ο Κ H !
Or Aar Olfcer Book·,
OK ANY KIND OP STATIONERY, CAH
alway· be had at the
• PIONBBR BOOK ITOBI,"
Corner of C and I'nloa «treet·
TIJIOINIA, Nf.VADA,
Aa Cheap λη the Chenpeat 11
I Will Not he Uaderaold !
mrlO W. Π. BURRALL.
WD. ΚΗβ.'ΙΚΜΑΝ. W. KKLL»
FRED. SCHŒKENAIV & CO..
Gianltk· aid Caller·,
No 19 North C «t., opposite P. a.
VIRGINIA CITY.1
All kinds op cutlery, ιιβγτβυ·'*
Elle·, Oone. PUtoIi and Lock· mada awl
^pjwpartlcolar ettenUoι paid to Ortodtog aad
Pehatinf lUaora, »arbee·' ud Talleca^ebeare.

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