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ARRIVAI.!* A!*D ΒΒΡΑΒΤΓΒΒ*· Arrival·· Π* THE rLACERVILLE ROVTE : D Κ Winter. J·· Laws L J Fox, R Stodnara, J Η Hardy, PHull, . H Mavers, J H Cunningham, Lfti Item train, I Habbel, Τ Hubbard, A H Battrum, Win Shift!»»·. Ε Benjamin, A M Marriott, Dan Dougherty, X Atwood, J Wagner. BY THE Dl'TCU «.AT ROCTB: Jas Kelly, W Hick·, Mrs Kelly, J Β William·, H Starr, Ο White. Κ Cotta, Ρ Bichen, Mr Me William·, Χ Η Wilson, J U Wright, A Devota, Wm Sexon, Π S Butler, H Turner, Mr Lombard, Ε Brickett, J D Hilton, Mr Guppy, Wm Rowc, Β Stewart, Q«> Coddington, A H Towle, Mr Abrams, Ρ Pardv, C KJine, Mr Ooss, , Miss Sullivan, Jaj Hammond, Κ Hutt. BT THE OVERLAND ROVTE: Ο Gould, F M Gill, J F Halleck, A McCafferty, Mrs A J Knowlton. * Departure·. BT THE PLACEKVILLK ROl'TK: L Baas, J S Keenan, J G Baldwin, Η Ε Green, Capt Ogden. W Β Thornburg, Ε F Benbam. BY THE Dl'TCH KLAT ROl'TK : Mr Peabody, Mrs Thomas. Miss Thomas. BY THE OVERLAND ROl'TK ; D S Butler, Ε J Parker, Jas Boyd, Β F Snyder, M Martin, H Starr, Ρ Pardy, Jack Somer. Caîvalties.—Yesterday one of the em ployee* in the Consolidated mine. Gold Hill, was precipitated from a scaffold «bout twelve feet high, and thereby re ceived a severe lacerated wound, bv his | chin coming in contact with some pointed «ubstance, denuding the inferior maxilarv , bone of its periostum, for two and a half inches. Also. Mr. Thos. Lee. an em- f plovee of the Yellow Jacket mine. Gold Hill, while engaged gadding some rock, a portion of it came with great violence against his right fore-arm, inflicting a severe incised wound, of two and a half | inches in length, upon the anterior por tion. Dr. Hall was called to attend the wounds in both these cases. Since our residence in Gold Hill. Dr. Hall has at tended and successfully treated, many of the most important surgical cases which J have happened — and many case· have happened which required the service· of a thoroughly educated surgeon and physi cian. Odd Fellows' Celebration. — The £rand celebration of the Odd Fellows at Stiver City, yesterday, was a very plea surable occasion to all who participated therein, as well as to the numerous friends and spectators who enlivened the occasion by their presence. Delegation· of the Brotherhood were present from Virginia, Gold Hill, Dayton, Carson and other points. The procession commenced mov- ι ing at 12 o'clock and, after passing I through the principal streets, proceeded to Grier's Park, where, after music, prayer j and the opening ode, sung by the whole Order, Colonel J. A. Collin· delivered an oration, which was a very eloquent, able and elaborate effort, well worthy of the j occasion and which was well appreciated by his audience. » Τ mm* αΜίιίη* rlimno flip ! performance at Music Hall, a woman who : occupied one of the boxes fell out and I dropped α distance of ten or twelve feet to the lower floor. It appears that »he | had risen from her chair, and. when in j the act of re-seating herself, she missed ί the chair and tumbled head first out of the box. The woman fell in the aisle, narrowly missing the side. Her head broke a hole in the floor some two feet in length by six inches in width. She was j taken up in a state of insensibility and ' carried to a private room in the theater, where proper restoratives were applied and in half an hour she was able to speak and had fully regained her senses. J Not as Aspirant.—Geo. Downey, the Grand Mandarin and Chief Hi-you-muck a-rauck of the Celestials of Virginia, has been greatly pained by seeing his name mentioned in the Daily L'nion as one of the aspirants for the office of Chief of Po lice. George has no aspirations in that | quarter, and by his request we make this correction. A Benepit—We understand that -Yel low Jacket Hose Company No. 2, Gold Hill, will take a Benefit at the Theatre some evening next week—and that the beautiful ·· Stereoscopticon " will be one of the features of the entertainment. Fire :.v Aurora.—Recently a fire was discovered in a building belonging to John Grant, in the eastern part of Aurora, and in a little while the building and another beside it, belonging to one Medley, were entirely consumed. Indictments.—The last Grand Jury of Storey county found six indictments, to | wit: One for murder, one for poisoning, ! one for assault with deadly weapons, two ! for drawing and exhibiting deadly weap ons, and one for extortion. Chanoed his Residence.—The Rev. I \\ . M. Martin has changed his residence, from No. 66 South Β street, to Dr. Tuck er's residence. No. 75 South Β street, Virginia. Bullion.—There was shipped from Wells, Fargo & Co.'a Gold Hill office, this morning, 6 bars of bullion, valued at $12 S U 22. and weighing 334 pounds. Bullion.—Van Wyck 4 Sanchez, Gold Hill, received this morning, for melting and assay, 846 ounces of crude bullion. Bullion.— Edwards * Wiegand, Gold Hill, received this morning, for melting and assay, 2,429 ounces of crude bullion. Rev. Mr. Rising, now in the Sand wich Islands, is improving in health. He now regularly rides on horseback. Rioistered.—Upwards of eleven hun dred voters are registered for the Virginia city election. Plain Words por All Parties.— Thtre is an issue between opposing forces in this Territory, which is gradually ap proaching a climax not to be evaded by human ingenuity. It must come, despite unwise concession to evil on the part of power, or of skillful maneuvering and most artful diplomacy on the part of those whence emanate* the offense. I he on· may strive not to evoke the spirit of fanati cism, the other to postpone the harvest of errors they have so industriously sown, yet the labors of both will finally be in vain. Opposing principles, like ponderous bodies in physical nature, when set in motion by adequate force must of neces sity come in collision. In the inevitable shock the weaker power bows before the stronger or is broken and ground to atoms in its resistless course.—Salt Lake Vedette. A little rot in an ower good family was rebuked for looking into his spelling book on a Sunday. Says he: « I don't see why I can't look into the spelling lesson Sundaya as well as read ths Testa ment weak days. I.irtlng Three Thousand Pound*. I 1 ho Herald of Health give· a strikin, account of Dr. G. B. Winabip, the atron man, who ia a physician in Boston. H ia the fourth phyaician of the family. In stead of giving drug» to hie patienta, h gives exercise to strengthen them, am good hygicnic advice. He ia generall; opposed to the use of drugs. He can lif 2,600 pounds, intending to go on to 3,001 pounds, and atop there. Hia history ii remarkable. While in college he ha( practiced gymnaatics, but after a whili discontinued them, when one day he wai taunted as being the smallest in his class which was true. He afterwards wai grossly insulted by a classmate who wai larger and stronger than himself, wh( also told him to help himself if he could, He then determined to put himself on ar equality with his antagonist, and said to ι j friend, " Wait two years, and I promise you 1 will make my tormentor apologize or give him such a trashing that he ahali remember it for the rest of his life." Hf practised an hour a day for two years, when he was notoriously the strongest man in hia class, and he called on his op ponent to apologize or fight. The apology was given promptly. Among other effects of physical train ing he ha* found in himself and others that it has given a steadiness to his ner vous system. He used to be remarkably nervous, so that it was torture to hear the grating of a slate-pencil, the filing of a saw, or scratching on glass, but by exer cise his nerves ceased to be impressible by such things ; headaches and indigestion were removed. He seems to think that too much exercise of this kind might have an effect on the mental power. Lifting he regards of the greatest impor tance. He says, both from his own expe rience and that of hundreds of his pupils that without regarding it alone as a pan acea, but merely one means of improving health, he has found it the great remedial agent in cases of dyspepsia, pulmonary consumption, biliary affections, neuralgia, chronic rheumatism, and general debility. He recommends all hia pupils to practice till they can raise not less than a thousand pounds, nor more than fifteen hundred. Muscular action may be excessive, but always probably at the expense of intel leclual power. But muscular dtvrlopment he regard* as always advantageous. He thinks that lifting will tend to expand the chest and the lungs better than any other exercise, though it should not be practiced alone. It has proved very successful, in a hygienic point of view, to ladies, but it must not he too much or auddenly at tempted. It generally takes his patients a little lesa than three montha to double their lifting power. He can " put up " a dumb bell weighing one hundred and fifty pounds, with one hand, and thinks he can increase it to two hundred and thirty. Studenta ought to try all this, at least to the extent of keeping up health, but, more than that, with the hope of uniting the highest physical with the highest men tal powers. This is what makes nature's nebletnen. It might aavo thousand* of students from untimely graves, and thou sands more from dissipated habits which in many cases arise from bodies over fed, but not" duly exercired. It is by the well balanced development of every power that the truest, and most pure, and useful man hood is attained. Religious holier.—Ou uext SUNDAY, Rev. D. Meagher will celebrate the Sacrifice of the Mast at Silver City about Si a. M.. and at Gold Hill at 11 a. M. ap25 fd MISCELLANEOUS ADVËRTISKM Ε NTS. SPRIXG and_S()MER! VIRGINIA Emporium of Fashion ! J. BAR VERT Sc CO., Proprietor· of ths RAX FRANCISCO CLOTHING STORK! Me. 4*4 South C etreet, VIRGINIA. [N'eit door to QUU(, Mott A Co.'·,] I m porter* and 71 a η u facture m —OF— Spring & Summer Styles. —Of ELXOANT— Custom - Made Clothing, —AND— GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS! Of All Descriptions. Importer· and Manufacturers of FINE CUSTOM -_MADE CLOTHING ! Nfw Good· received by #f«jr iteam*r, direct frora New York. Call and tee u·. apQi If J. BARNERT 4c CO. Closing Out ! Closing Out !! GREAT BARGAINS ! nvrXJST BE SOLID Within Twenty Days! «Γ. MUS TO. Brick Htorr. Opposite Writs, Par·· tc Company'· Offlce. GOLD HILL. 0FFER9 TO THE PUBLIC Hlfl 8PLEN did Stock of Groceries. Previsions, Tinware, Crockery, G ratai And everything Ια bla Store. AT VERT I.OWEiT PRICE*, Made i»tlifuctory to the purchaser. Now 1· tb< time to (el bargain· wldom offered, u the flu, •tuck of goud· jet remaining on bud tsnit b< closed oat by the 20th of April. J. .tii'hto. Oold Hill. March 30th. m30 tf Notice to Mill Men. MR. ΗΙΙβΗΕλ ANNOUNCES TO thi . Mill Men of Storey cou'aty that h» h* opened a «hop ou Malu itreet. Oold Hill, oppoalti Well·. Fargo 1 Co.. where h· i· prepared t< make to order I.1IPROVKD .Till.L. RCRKKKI, I" nil size· and degree· of linen···. N. R.—Ill· Screen· nre etronaer thai * η τ ronetructed elerwherr» of theCaaiai flnenree. Orders left at the store of E. Blttaer wl] receive prompt attention. mtZt tf To Mill Men Γ FOR HALE. t GOOD. PERMANENT STREAM 01 Λ WATER, running from a tunnel on Crow! Point Ravine, having fall enough to be con veyed into Gold Hill proper, will be told rcaaoc ably cheap for C«h—will be «old with the tonne; or can be bought with the whole mining elaltr The claim Join· the Amor. Enquire of theownei opposite Odd Fellow·' Hal), Gold Hill. a41m HENRY ECKERT. NOTICE TO DOGS! All dogs within the limits of the Town of Gold HU1 will pleane „ _ take notice, that by the law· of aaid town. -JJ-U yon are required to call immediately at the Mat •hal'· office and obtain a " tag." On and afte four day· from April let. all dog· found wltiil •aid limit·, without a " tag." will b· Impounde at their own eip*o»e, and after imprUonmer for three day· will be »hot antU they or· dead. 7 TBOS. H. J0BN80V, ManhaL β eld Bin, Be*., Kant 10, Hit arts tf M MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. BILLIARD SALOON. WHITE A niTCJIELL WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM thelt »" friend». that they have opened a NEW AND SPLENDID BILLIARD SAJLOOIV, Next Door 10 tbo Excbanco Hotel, MAIN STREET, COLD HILL. THE SALOON I· furnlibed with two flrat-clau Billiard Table·, of Strahle'a make.' THE BAR will alwaya b· furnUbed with th· âneit LIQUORS AND CIGARS To be fouod la the Market. ALSO. TUE FINEST QUALITY OP LIQUORS. Bottled EXPRESSLY for CUSTOMERS! All patron» of the Ilou·» will receive the eoit prompt and polite attention. OYSTERS.—We have made arrangement» at the Bay for a large .apply; <bX Exf "«7 other day,) of FRESH SHELL OYSTERS, which can be obtained regularly for family uie, EATING STAND.—We alio hire In our Saloon α LUNCH STAND where will be fttnil»hed on «bort notice, Ovater». Ilot Coffee. Tea, Boiled Egg« and Ham. Tongue», and «Ter» other luxury in the Market. apliltf ' WHITE ii MITCHELL. BOOKS! BOOKS! TO ALL WHOM IT .MAY CON- mfgrm^m c iTu. to wit : Mill. Mining and other Companies. Profeoional andgMlM^r Bu»iue»» men, Public Officer», and*····» Private Cltiaen», and all other buyer» of ROOKS, STATIONERY, And Kindred Article·. If you wlah rea»onable and uniform price·, fair dealing, and genuine good», vall at the PIONEER BOOKSTORE, Sontheaat corner of C and Union atreota, VIRGINIA, NEVADA. Where you will alway» And every kind of Blank, School and Miacellaneou» Book·. Memo randum». Dlarle», Pa·» Book·. Song Book», Nov el·. Sacred and Secular Muilc. Mnxical lnatru· ment». Map», Legalcap, Biilcap, Foolacnp, Bath Po»t, Note, and other writing paper; Gold and other Pens, Envelope», Drawing Paper and In* •truroenta. Copying. Indellbleand Writing Flnlda· Mucilage. Legal Blank», Pocket Cutlery, Pane·.' Plahing Tackle, etc. All the lateat California and Atlantic Papera, Pictorial», Magazine·. Review· and Periodical·, and a fine Circulating Library ! Newipaper·, One Bit each. Magazine·. Two Bit» each. 8at]«faction guaranteed to cuatemera. »rlO tf WILL H. BURRAL.L W. T. EAVES, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,! II I « No. 'J CSt., Corner Union, Virctnla, ι < /"kFFERS FOR SALE HIS — Λ V* MognlScent Stock, con»l»ting \fb\ i In part of J£J| DIAMONDS, » WATCHED, JEWELRY, I k Silver and Plated Ware, Clock·, l ft Vatlerr, Ilrnzillau Pebble». β ' And α large M.ortment of SPECTACLES / , to »uit ail condition» of the eve. '' $ — S » Jewelry M ad α to Order and Repaired. .. <A Witchel Carefully Repaired and War· ) J ranted. I! $ t»pl4 lm I Cutlery, Iron and Steel ! EUGENE BITTNER & CO., .TIAIW STREET, Md Hill —DJULIIIJ in— K» HAEDWAEE, ^ Iron. OVAIh Tinware, Crockery. OlnMw. Coal Oil, Liimpft, Lard Oil, .· · PAINTS, BELTING, BRASS OOODS, ; GA8 PIPE AND FIXTURES ; I ! MANUFACTURERS 0Y TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE, lapH tf) E. BLOOMFIELD, GOLD HILL, Opposite (he Eellpae Stable, Dealer in the vert best ο v hav ana and Demrtlic CIGARS TOBACCO, MEERSCHAUM PIPES CUTLERY, STATIONERY, PLAYING CARDH, COAL OIL, Etc., Etc·, Which ha can afford la hU a· cheap a· any bon»* In th« State of Nevada. apH tf SAN FKANCIHCO dik RESTAURANT, nAIH NT RE ET. Geld Hill Nnada, EDWARD MCHAEFER. Proprietor. (apMtf SOMETHING NEW! CHARLEÏ~LEGATE BE08 TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT ha la again In the Lunch House Business, And ha· opened a place nearly oppoalte the III' tersatlonal Hotel, on C »lreet, where all periom can be accommodated with meal» by the plate, 01 otherwlte. Gire Me ■ Call, and .See M y New Lar-Ont, CHARLEY LEGATE, Proprietor. Virginia, April 1». 1866. «ρ 19 tf PIONEER BAKERY, nain Ml reel COM) HILL, KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALI kind· of Bread. Plea and Cake·. Freab Beaton Brown Broad KmrrHundaj Moraine. Bread. Pie· and Cake· delivered to cnatomar· Alto, all klad· of Taney Baking don· to order. JACOB BECKER, t»t tf Proprietor, J, ΒΑϋΜ ft BBO.'B COLPMX. SPRING OF 1866. latest fashions JUST RECEIVED, -ΒΪ J. BAM Sl BRO., Selling Out ν AT COST! Selling Out AT COST! Selling Out AT COST! THE.KNTIRR «TOOK —or GENT'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, BOOTH, ■HO··. BAT·, CAP·, III·, Bl«„ BLANKET FUKNIBHIHO OOODS Of Y.rtxj DncriplUn. ' Montana and other parties, de tlrinr oatflu, will do w»ll to call on tu, u we m rtf trrmlord to cIom oui oar prtMot itock of mrrehasdlt·. fy All partir· lodabtad to o« art r(<BMt*d to call immédiat·)? and «ettla. Our Fraaaat Stock of O—tla ara af Lata Iiaaartatloaa, ail Ban Ha«n ftalaeted with Oraat Oar· f Cnitomar· will da well ta ;aall oa ai, M w« m try PLKAHK ALL·! JD J. BAlIifl Sc BRO., Next Door ca th· Oald Hill Nawa OBea. SPRING —AID— SUMMER STOCK OP CLOTHING JIT8T RECEIVED -*r J. BAU.H Sc BRO., Nan Door te tk^Md IHIU IN·»· Mm. —CONSISTING ΟY Business Gassimere 8UIT31 All Cetera I Black Frock Coats, All Cetera t Beaver Coats, j PANT· OF CAM1MBBK. BKAYEB ·■« CI,«T·, All Colon. SILK VELVET VESTS! Party and Wedding VESTS! hosier y f OF Ε Τ Κ IB ■ D βίο H I m Τ I w π · 9 ! BLANKETS, AU Calar*. -also THE LAROKST ASSORTMENT —OF— IN THE STATS. |ηατθ,| Of Every Description and Color. TRVXK8 t Ψ ALISES t TRAVELING BAGS! —AltO— THK URUKST AMOITXDIV -or— Caesimere, Cloth, and Flannel OVER - SHIRTS, ALL· COLOR* ! J. BAVIN Sc BBO., Nwn Dmt m Ik· 0»M HU New» MMir) DRT GOODS AND CLOTHING. Spring & Summer Goods ! lut >i Μ. ΡΒΑίνΚΕΝΗΕΙΙΗΕΒ^ | Km Dut ι· W., ϊ. |( C»'i Ε«|γ«μ Οβο· ] eOLD HIL L| ALARGB AMD WELL SELECTED STOCK I of— SPRING AND 81MMER ! 0«uUtlfl( » duiril Αιηπβνι «If Dry Goods, Silk Cloak·, | L«iiMSniMM»ud Child*·· >· Rte., Kt·., which will b« «old m CHEAP FOR CASH | Ai m kookUUodlathltSUta. M. FRANKRMHBIMRR. OoM Hill. Uirth 31, lees. If S. HAAS & 00., GOLD HILL, W#«J< tevlto »k· AttraUo· of th· PsbU« to ou | lu|< ud B*ImI Stock of Spring and Summer CLOTHING! California-Made BUSINESS SUITS,I WHICH ARB UNSURPASSED —FOR— ELEGANCE AND DURABILITY! I FRENCH CASSIMKRB u4 · BLACK DR EM SUITS Of tke LtUlI Style ud Importation. Gents' Furnishing Goods, IN BXDLriS VABI1TT! BOOTS & Hi SHOES, RUBBER GOODS Of Ik· SmI KltuAwMt*, HHAT8 AMD CAPS® TRUNKS! YALIS Ε S! BLANKETS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Harlaa Ik· Urf« Retail Baataeea af aar Firm I· the Nui», enable· Va ι· lanrt a Mara Varied Stack, •ad Better Halted ta tke Waataaf tke People tkan aar other .... ■ -r-rt— ■ ·- ' ·>. :rτ Haaaa ! çr AU perteni la waat of a deed, OaaUel and Serviceable Outfit, ihoald Dot fall to eall as esaalae oor itoek before porcbatlnf eliewbere. I S. HAAS & CO., Ottetlw tk· Fni #■·♦. r«*M «η OILLIQ. ΜΟπ A CO-'3 COLUMN. GILLIG, MOTT & CO. HARDWARE, STEAM GOODS, STOVES —AJTD— TIIST W ARE. OILLIO. ITIOTT A CO.. Ceratr C aid Tarler itreeta, Vireiua. OILLIO, MOTT4CO, luruaMM ui I» Freed·*·. Cal. IMPORTERS —»KD— WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS -or Hardware, ii»· α—Λ*. Brilla·, Ou pire IMIM, Tla aaA Capper Ware, Agricullmrmt impUmtttHi, Eté., BU. OILLIO. MOTT A CO.. (Tlrepreef Brick Baildiaga,) CORNER C AND TAYLOR 8TREETS. VIRGINIA, QPPt* ΓΟΚ «ALB. AT ΤΠΪ LOWEST ratai, Braai Qaod», Htorai, Tin and Copper War., «te. Oar «lock will be found .ery com pléta, btTiof boan «arafully «elected for ibla Market. The felluwlui aatoprliaa κ part, oaljr, of oor •toak : 330,000 tta Bar Iron, roaad and ignare, «11 ilia· 123,000 Bl BoUar Plata; 60,000 tti 8heet Iron ; 43,000 Bi shoe Shape, ail ·Ι««ι ; 14,000 tt» Cait itMl, Blliter Staal, aad Toa Cork Steel ; Kail Rod, Baad Iron ; 16,000 Al Track Iron ; 6.000 R» Bar and Sheet Coppar; 16.000 rsi Lead Pipa, varloui alaaa ; 48,000 'eat Oaa Plp», i to 4 Incbea ; S.000 feat I. R. Iloea, ail ilie· ; 130 doian Hoae Blbbt ; 300 doten Elbowa and Conpllap ; 90,000 Carrlafa Boite, ail ilto· ; 16,000 Machina Bolt·, ail iliac : 600 Olobe Tal.ea, 200 An.Ue and Vlcaa ; 30 Ballowi, rarloua (Ilea; Blackimltbe' Toole ; Scalaa, Orladitonaa ; 400 Wbeeibarrowe ; UOO doten Ax, Pick and Sledfa Handle·, Coal ; 1,000 doten Locke, Hlnfee, Batte ; Tecka; KniTee aad Fork·, Spoon· t 1,000 krff Blairlnf Powder; lOOdotea Pick·; Borax ; Ballloc Wire aad Rope ; 600 kff» Nails, all allai; 100 boxa· Tla. GILLIG, MOTT M CO., Caraor af C ud Tartar itrttUi Viral al*. STOVES! 8TOVE81I WE OFFER FOB SALE, AT THE L0WK8T Prie*· : l.OOOCooklnfKlo»··, I'urlor Stove·; all altr· cUL· Boi StoT·· ; ShMt Iron Stov··. GILLIG, MOTT * CO., TIN and COPPKR.WABK. ΙΜΓΟΠΤΚΠ AND or OUR OWN MANU· faclaro—a largo Hotk conitantljr on hand, FOB SALE LOW. BY GILLIG. MOTT * CO., Ctntr af Ο Tartar aad acreau. Virata ta. DOORS. WIKD«WlaUIVII«DOWBLIND· We HAVE A FULL STOCK ON HAND, of rarioo» il«w, aad at low rait·. GILLIG. MOTT * CO., Caraar af C aad Tartar atroata, Vlrdala. TO RANCHMEN jpOB SALB Plawa, Bailla· Wlra| Axee, Sberele, Npedee ι Fltohfarka, Dtaaat Reye, ate., ate. GILLIG, MOTT * CO., VIRGINIA. Rubber and Leather BELTING, 16,000 F5fLS"T gUAL TT FOR RALE BT GILLIG, MOTT & CO., Career ef C aad Tartar atreata, Vlretala. XO MILL MJEIV: ΤΙΓΕ ARK PREPARED TO FURNISH H Quart! Mill· with the bolt kind· of punched 8»run·. Wa hare a (aporlor NCREBN PUNCHING MACHINE 1 And (aarantoo «atlifactloo la all cam. «V Order* Reepeetrallr «elicited. H GILLIG, MOTT & CO., CORNER C AND TATLOR STREETS, VIRGINIA. . - feWtf) __qR0CBEIE8_Ayp MISCELLANEOUS. NEW GROCERY STORE, Odd fellow*' Bulldine. GOLD BILL. E. J. "RYAN, WHOLESALE AND_RETAIL GROCER. ΓΡΗΕ UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE8PECT 1 folly Inform tb« people of Crews Point R» Tint, Lower Oold Bill, and Families an,i Hotel KHpfra In the neighborhood of Odd Fellow·' Ball, tbat be bu recently opened a Family Grocery and Pro viiion Store, In tb· corner room of Odd Follow»' Hall, where b· will alwaya keep on band and for sale. AT THE LOWEIT PHICK· ! A fbll and complete ifock of GROCERIES aau PROVISIONS, direct from tb· California mar ket·, comprising, In part— τ κ Am SUGARS, COFFEE, HPICErt, •SYRUPS, CAN FRUIT, DRIED FRUIT, OYSTERS, CANDLES, FLOUR, RICE,*. BUTTER, Prevlaleae el All klldi ! And. In fact, all article· of consumption to be found In a flrat-class Grocery ritablubment. E. J. RYAN, Odd Fellow·' Hall. Oold Bill. Feb. 1,1866. fel tf Groceries*, Groceries ! HATCH Λ BRO»., PIONEER GROCERS, No. 15 Month C at·,'.'Viral·!*. —DEALERS IK— All KM· ·Γ Family Orecerle·, Consisting, lu part, of 8"Pr'- Tf* Άιζ, ssa, Bacon, Hplcra, Dried Fruit, Oratera, i'hreee, Freeh Ranch Bat· Îcca, ter. etc. CONSTANTLY IN STORE A FINE AS •ortment of Freib Country Vegetable·, re· Mired dally ; and, In fact, every species of Pro· τΙ·|0Β· and Family Groceries, of tbe best quality, and at low price·, to iult tbe time·. We are alio constantly receiving from San Francisco beautiful OOLD FISH, wblcb we will •ell cbeap. Remember tbe place— «VIS. Month C etreet- 13."W mm 11 HATCH de BROW. KENNEDY & MLLO.K, No. 99 Senth C etreet, and Center Smith and C atreeu. VIRGINIA, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALER· —IK— GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, KEEP ON HAND THE CHOICEST WINES &1HlIQI!0R8 IN THE VIRGINA MARKET. FINE OLD BRANDIES, Vintages from 1890 to I860. CHOICE BOURBON, Monongahela, Scotch and Irish WHISKIES. Old Oporto, Burgundy and Port WIjSTES. Champagnes and Clarets All of tbe very best brands, and guaranteed. Rp" Our stock of Lienors and Groceries Is full and complete, and will be sold at tb· lowest pos siblo price, delivered free of charge. KENNEDY Λ JIALLON. apUtf Virginia, Nevada. P. H. RUSSELL, 140 leath C etreet, Yirglaa, Dealer la all kind· of FAMILY GROCERIES, Coulitlng, la part, ot SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, HAMS, CAN FRUITS, STARCH, BACON, SPICES, DRIED FRUIT, OYSTERS, CHKESK, . „ . .. EGGS, Kreeb Ranch Butter, Etc. CONSTANTLY IN' STORE A PINE As sortment of Frenh Country Vegetable·, re ceived dally ; and. In fact, every apeclc· of Pnw vlalon· ana Family Grocerle», of the but quality, .and at low prie», to unit the time». Good· delivered on tbe Divide, or In Gold Π111, free of charge. Famille* will find our Store an good a place to deal at a· can be found In the county—and we will guarantee to aril CHEAPER FOR CASH than any other. Virginia. Feb. gj. ΐυββ. inrgl-tf κ. cahill. r.. t, ktrt. CAHILL & EYRE, COMMISSION,STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS, He. AS »eelb C atr*«t. Vlr(iala. California Colloctlons en Nevada PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Legal Trader· Bought ail Ml. KtrzRIJCU : W. C. RaUton, tt F. Hailing· A Co., Louli McLane, Ju U. Latham, K«q, I John 8. Hennlng, Kiq, Agent W., F A Co. ) Donahue, Kelly k Co, Wo. Sharon, E«q , I John eirae A Co., A'gt Dank ofCal.. > Peaae k Grimm, Virginia, ) San Practice. H. O. Maynard. Paxton k Thornburgh, Oold Bill, Virginia. mrt7 if Belief for Horses and Cattle! TBE UNDERSIGNED RESPECT- a fully Inform· the public that h«baa/7£2L eitabllihed a ri 11 diable «ad Teterlaary Oflce, On the Divide, between Oold Bill and VUylala City. Nevada. Where he I· prepared to be»tow medical attention to BOSSES. CATTLE, 8HEKP AND DOOS, Which may be entreated to him. Be al»o offer· a Pre· Conanltatlon at hi· Office from 10 to 1* o'clock A. M. dally, baring had no ejtenalve ex perience In tbe butine·· lu Europe and the Uni ted Slate·, and lately of Sun Franclaco. He I» enabled to apply the moat efficient and «ucceatnil remedies again·! liUea»· of all kind· ; and «ol'clt» tbe public patronage. Charge· moderate. Refer ence· of nnqueetlouable veracity, from men er known r».pecublll.y r ^ y^'XRO. Veterinary Surgeon. March li. ltjtxi. mrie ,f Ο KC HOOL Β Ο Ο Κ β! Or Aay Olber Beeka. R ANY KIND OP STATIONER?, CAB alway· be had at the PIONEER BOOK UTOBR," Oornerof C and Union atreeta, VmotXlA. KktaDa, A a Cheap *· the Cheapeat 11 I Will Net be Urtcneld ! mrlO W, Π. BURRALL. rUD. SCHdltlMAK. W. XtLLI FRED. 8CHŒSEMAII & CO.. Oaaanllh· and «aller·. Mo. It North C «t., oppoalt· P. 0.. 1 VIRGINIA CITT.^ ···., et* m