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THE EVENING NEWS.
A Fuuuxt Wxlx.—To those who
hare the leisure, or whose sedentary pur
suit· require exercise, there is no more
pleasant walk in this whole neighborhood
afforded them, than along the toll-road to
American Flat. The eye is constantly
pleased with the variety of objects to be
seen, the ear awakened to sounds of active
life, while the mind is kept constantly ex
ercised by the thoughts and fancies which
nil these are sure to suggest. In passing
along, the enow-clad Sierra seems to
wall-in, as it were, the entire prospect,
tiranri, majestic and beautiful, it certainly
ι··, presenting itn outline in which the va
rious characters of peak, unbroken range,
deep gorges—spotted here and there w.th
dark masses, where the density of the
forest looms out from the snow beneath—
are distinctly seen. Within this circle,
nppears the broken range that bounds the
Carson river, marking unerringly its
course to the Desert. As the eye falls in
its survey to objects nearer and beneath,
the smoke from scores of stacks stream
out, while from within the mills, the
pounding of the never-ceasing stamps
show that busy life is there. Mills, foun
dries, stores, churches, school houses and
dwellings attest the power of wealth and
industry, and mark the progress made in
converting a barron region to the abode of
an active civilization.
Bknri'it ox Satvhday.—The citizens of
Gold Hill and vicinity have tendered a
complimentary benefit to Mr. F. D. Van
Horn, the gentlemanly agent of Wormer's
Stereoscopticon Exhibition, which will
come off at the Gold Hill Theater on next
Saturday evening. Mr. Wormer has ten
dered the free use of his elegant Exhibi
tion. the proprietor of the Theater has
offered the house free of charge, the Vir
ginia City Brass Band have volunteered
their services, and without doubt the
Theater will be filled with people to enjoy
the delicious music of the Band, and to
witness the beautiful StereoscoptiCon,
which is pronounced by everybody to be
the finest Exhibition of the Fine Arts and
natural scenery ever exhibited in this
State. A large number of new local pic
tures will be exhibited for the first time.
Mr. Van Horn is a kind and benevolent
gentleman—offering his services in bestow
ing charity on every occasion—and being
η cripple himself, his misfortune appeals
to our kind-hearted people.
Si'icinK.-I.ast evening about 10 o'clock,
E. F. Glover, of American Flat, and for
merly Assemblyman from Storey county
committed suicide at the Tahoe House, by
shooting himself through the heart with a
deringer. He had three denogers. One
(discharged) lay on the bed besid.e him,
and two loaded ones on a chair near the
bed. He left a note addressed to Judge
Aldrich, which read as follows : " I are
about to start on a journey to that bourne
from which no. traveler ever returns.
Cause, woman ! So good-bye. E. F.
Glover." The report of the deringer was
heard «hortlv after"Mr. Glover entered his
room. Persons in the vicinity entered
almost immediately and found him dead.
He had taken off hit boots, and was lying
xtretched out upon his bed as straight as
though his friends had laid hi:n out. His
shirt was on fire, when he was discovered
dead.
Terrible Accident.—On Sunday last,
at Weston's Quattz Mill, near Dayton,
Simon Slavitch—one of the proprietors of
the mill—was very badly injured in the
following manner : He was engaged
with others ift removing a ·· mortar," a
battery bed, weighing 3,500 pounds, when
it slipped from the balance, as they com
menced lifting it, and fell upon the un
fortunate man. It crushed him to the
ground; and the workmen had great diffi
cult} in raising the tremendous weight
from his body. It broke his shoulder
blade, and is supposed to have injured
him. somewhat, internally. Mr. Slavitch,
however, is, to the surprise of all who
witnessed the accident, doing well—ap
rently on the fair way to resume his
bor within two or thre» months. He
in get up and even walk around a little,
t is a miracle, how he escaped being lie·
rally mashed in pieces.
Oi'R Candidates.—Candidates already
announced, and candidates in embryo, are
quite numerous on our streets, and are
by far the most agreeable men to be met
with. It does ones heart good to receive
their triendly grip and notice the interest
they take in one's welfare—not leaving out
the wife apd the baby. As for drinks,
they always imagine you are dry—that
you are in the condition of Timothy,
whom St. Paul advised to take α "little"
for the stomah's sake. We at most wish
there were offices for all these men, for it
is impossible that they could ever put on
airs after election, or feel that they had
been clothed with α little brief authority,
and(thereby become dangerous. For our
part wc shall vote for them all.
Yellow Jacket Hosk Co.'s Benepit.
We dropped in for a few minutes last
evening to witness the exhibition got up
for the benefit of this Company. The at
tendance was not quite as large as we
could have desired, yet the character of
the audience made up for all deficiencies.
We noticed, particularly, the large attend
ance of ladies, who, bless tTieir souls, are
always ready to appreciate merit. We
judged our " fire laddies " were quite
favorite* with them. Mr. Wormer is cer
tainly deserving of commendation for the
liberality which he displays to worthy
objects wherever he Koea. At Virginia,
(Jold Hill and Silver City, he has shown
this. Success to him.
Accident at the Crown Point Mine.
» —-·« »hi* fthtft nf tho
Crown Point Mine to day at half-past 11
o'clock, and when at the 230 feet level, a
rock from above struck him upon the side
of the forehead, cutting it severely—at the
the name time glancing and cutting and
injuring his cheek-bone. His head was
turned partly upward at the time, or other
wise had the rock struck him squarely
upon the head, there would have been a
small chance for his life. Carelessness on
the part of the man sweeping around the
mouth of the shaft, or of another passing
by at the time, was the cause of this.
Dr. Thomas was called upon, who ren
dered all th^Bsistance needed.
Amothek Accident.—A party of Mex
icans, it teems, had been permitted to
select over some waste rock thrown out
from the upper dump of the Yellow Jacket
mine, some three days ago. In running
a tunnel into the heap the mass fell, in
closing and completely, burying one of the
men up to hi· neck. Nothing but his
head was visible, and there he remained
until hie companions with greet alacrity
relieved him. He was faint and weak
afterward, as a matter of course ; but no
way seriously injured. The pillory in
the olden time was nothing to this man's
incarceration.
Meats.—The exhibition of meats of va
ious kinds at the Union, Gold Hill and
St. Charles Markets is ccrtainly very ap
petizing. Fat and lean teems to be asso
ciated together in about the right propor
tions in each carcass. Surely our citizens
have no right to complain of the character
of the flesh that they have fallen heir to.
Sons or T**i>E*ANc«._pionwr Divis
ion No. 1 Sons of Temperance, will meet
" Odd .Fe"ow·' H* «old Hill, this
(Wednesday) evening at 8 o'clock All
member» are respectfully invited to b·
prewnt.
ARRIVAI.* AND DBPABTCBBR·
Arrival·.
BY THE FLACER VILLE Rftl'TR :
A Bord, G J Hsrris,
JHMeC.ll. John Hugerty,
Κ Λ Dimick, II Stephenson,
S Kcitbeit^ A Cook,
Mr Coppers, · C Vacotich & wife,
A W Kelser, Η Ε Green,
Ja« A Gordon, W Mace,
John Blair, A J Smith,
Mrs Mack, Ε Nye & wife,
Ρ J Antrim, Ε Lind,
C M Monroe, C Vorcouch.
BY THK DUTCH FLAT ROUTE:
J C Libbey, M \V Blanchard,
S H Birdsall, Mrs Feck,
Mr Shelton, Ε Richardson,
Mr Quinn, J F Walker,
Mr Hurd, J Hund,
Ε Redding, J M Ripnerton,
F Fox, Mrs Terrill,
Β Ayers, Capt Battersbee,
A Tibbets, H C Starr,
A Davidson, Mrs Gorman,
Mr Sterens, A Β Webb,
Mr George, Mr Burns,
W Parser, A George.
ltr TKB OVKKLAXD ltOl'TK :
J W Crandall, Ο W Emerson,
J S Cohn, J Branham,
W G blakely, Mrs J II Dalton,
F Hanchett," F W Knight.
D«partarf·.
BV Τ11Κ rLACKKVILLK ROUTE:
G Ε Moore, J Η Jones,
Mrs C M Stowe, Geo W Emerson,
F. Bittncr, Mrs J W Titus,
J A Ralston, Judge Burbank,
A II Barker, J S Cohn,
Κ Strauss, 'Γ Peachy,
G W Coleman, C A Fletcher,
J II Hardy.
BY THE DUTCH FLAT ROUTE :
J Ν Page, Η Stephenson,
S Cornell, Mrs Briscoe,
J N'oshav, Mrs McCarthy,
Ε Ο Brickett, Η Case,
John George, Jas McQuaid,
S C Foster, J M Daniel,
J W Higgins.
BY THE OYKHLANl) ROUTE:
J Ρ Baker, S H Birdsall,
W L Low, D Ρ Bell,
Mrs Champlin, J Nash,
A Johnson, J F Chiles,
Mr Woodward.
Gored.—A blacksmith named Miller,
whilo at work this morning, opposite the
Runs House on the Divide, in shoeing an
ox, met with a terrible accident. The ox '
gored the man in the left thigh most hor
ribly. His horn tore the thigh open to
the bone lor at leaat three inches in length,
making a most frightful wound. I)r. (
Bryarly attended the man, and sewed up
the wound.
Will bb Cleaned.—On Tuesday night
the Virginia Board of Aldermen passed
numerous bills ; and they have a meeting
on Saturday night, on which occasion—in
the language of Sniktaw—the treasury
will be raked. Λ11 right. New Board |
will commence with nix in the treasury, '
and no old mining tax to fall back on.
Maomficbnt Christmas ur New
—A a thft βηΑβαη i* Annrnaeh
ing for gentlemen to select presents for
those in whom they feel sufficient interest
to compliment in this appropriate way,
we take the liberty to-day of making a
suggestion. The suggestion is, to give
the Ororer A Baker Sewing-Machino the
preference over all other articles, either of
fancy or utility. Our reasons for giving
this preference to the Orover & Baker
Machine are more numerous than we have
space this morning to express. In the
first place, it is more ornate, as an article
of furniture, than any other machine in
use ; then again. It is the only machine
extant which every intelligent lady can
operate from the start without a tedious
course of instruction ; the stitch for which
it is celebrated is the strongest, most neat
looking, and dorable ; it is operated with
such a degree of ease that we have, our
selves, seen a little child of four years run
it on heavy sewing for hour· without any
apparent labor ; it is the only machine in
the world that executes fine Embroidery ;
and, if there was any other proof needed
to place the Grover & Baker instrument
in advance of all others, we surely have it
in the fact, that from the commencement
of its existence to the present time, it has,
without one single exception, taken tho
highest premium wherever it has been ex
hibited publicly for competition.—Phila
delphia Press.
Blind Bot Restored to Siout.—Dr.
E. 11. Pardee, the occulist at San Fran-*
cisco, recently performed an operation on
α boy aged 11 years, for congenital catar
act. The operation was entirely success
ful, and the boy, who had been blind from
his birth, was given vision. The Call, in
chronicling the success of the operation,
concludes as follows :
11 Did our space permit, wo would give
our readers an account of the child's ac
tions since he obtained vision. How he
is continually asking the name of every
thing he beholds ; and how he reaches for
and endeavors to lay his hands upon ar
ticles that he sees, without any idea of the
distance they are from him. When we
saw the boy, a few days ago, we asked
him to shake hands with us ; ho extended
his little hand, and made several incffect
util grasp* before he could take hold of
our hand. We .then carried a little dog
he was playing with to the further end of
the room and told turn ίο ιηκο nom οι ιι,
when he began reaching for it ; we then
held a knife within three inches of his
eyes, and, when he reached for it, he put
his hands far beyond the object. It wilt
require several months for him to familiar
ize himself with distance, yet that is a fact
made apparent to any one who will place
their hand over one of their eyes and en
deavor to pick up a pin stuck in a table."
A MH.LKK, in giving a testimonial to
the proprietor of a powder for destroying
vermin, astounds us with the assertion :
"A fortnight since I was full of rats, and
now I don't think I have one."
Ax Irish gentleman, who had been
spending the evening with a few friends,
looked at his watch just alter midnight,
and said : " It is to-morrow morning ; I
must bid you good night, gentlemen."
Tu· influence of woman, either for good
or evil, on the heart and mind of man is
omnipotent. Vain are the struggles to re
sist it. In misfortunes it tempera the en
ergies, in prosperity it add* a grace to
them. ·
A clbvbr illustration of avarice is the
caricature which represents old Nick, car
rying a Dutchman down to his regions,
while the Hollander is making proposi
tions to his majeaty to supply him with
coal !
A clehoymax once read a note handed
to him in the pulpit, hastily written and
imperfectly punctuated, as follows : " A
gentleman having gone to see his wife,
desires the prayers of the congregation."
It ia not enough that you are praised
by the good ; you have failed Somewhere
in vour duty if you are not cursed by the
bad. _
Thb men of the world are so clipped and
rubbed and polished, that Qod's image
and inscription is worn from them ; when
he calls in His coin. He will not take 'em.
·■ What's the use," asked a ragged fel
low, "of a man'a working himself to
death to get a living ?"
What does a telegraph operator do
when h« receives the bead· of Important
dsws ? Wait· for da tails, of coerss.
ÏISCELLAXE0P3 ADVERTISEMENTS.
SêfiJng Off! Selling Off! I
THE ENTIRE STOCK
• · —or—
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING,
—AND—
Gents' Furnishing Goods,(
OP THE WELL-KNOWN FIRM OP
J. BAR1VERT & CO,I
Cerner of C and Tnylor ilrwlii ,Vlr«lql«.
TULS STOCK, DAMAGED SLIGHTLY BV
water at the lute Art', muit be «old
WITHIN THIRTY DAYSI
TKR.HK. MTRICTLV CANH.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
SAN FRANCISCO
CLOTHING STORE
Cran C end Teyler ·ιι**Ι».
[iny7lf|
FRANCISCO
déà.
RESTAURANT,
MAIN NTREET,
Gold Hill Ncnd·,
EDWARD SCIIAEFER,
Proprietor. |apH;tf
W. T. EAVES,
\ WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,!
,V Ne. 'J I'St., Corucr l'ulon, Vlralnln, |
f /"VFFERS FOR SALE HIS— Î
(1 U Mmnilflcont Stork, çotnl«tlngW)v Λ
I la P*" of A.A Λ
'I DIAnONDN,
WATCH EN. Λ
JKWKLRV, V
{ Silver mid Plated U'nrf, Clocks, ï
,j Cutler» Hrnzlllnn Pebbles, '
J Audn lnrgô âMortment of SPECTACLES j
|| to vult all condition* of the eye. »
j Jewelry Made to Order and Repaired. !l
? Watched Carefully Repaired and War· J
jl ranted. il
s npl4 lm ν
C. WaTERHOVSE. J J. W. 1.ESTER,
8. P. MntI Sac. | New York
H ATERIIOI SK & LESTER,
Huo(«uora ιο II. \T. lirncc «V Co..
IMPORTERS
-or
HARD WOOD LUMBER.
ALL KINDS OF
Coach, Carriage and Waicon
Stock.
17 mill 19 Seventh «ireet,
SACUAMENTO,
99 nnd 31 Battery (Irnl,
SAN FRANCISCO.
[ inrjfl tf)
SILVER ORES,
—AND—
THEIR MODES OF REDUCTION.·
A. LECTURE
Delivered at tho Gold HUL Nevada, Literary
and Scientific Society. Number 9011M&
BV W. T. RICK ARD,
Fellow of the Chemical Society, and Member of
the Microecoplcnl Society anil Geo.
oloKlut AmocIrIIou, London.
PRICE FIFTY CGNTM
For unie (it ah the Book unil New· Standi In
Virginia and Gold Hill. my3 lm
FOWLS! FISH!! GAME!!
New Market in Gold Hill.
LOUIS MONACO
wc
OULD INFORM THE PUBLIC OF GOLD
. . Hill that he hiu recently eatabllahed a
NEW MARKET, ON MAIN .STREET,
Two ifoon above the Bank'Exchanfe, where be
will conntantly have for Hale, at the lowe·! ca*h
price·, >weet andfrenh, all kind· of GAME, mrb
M
Turkeye. DucU»,
Chicken*, (itew,
Quail», Wtedroclii.
Hare· nnd Itabblta
Alio— Lalt· TahoaTrout, and all kind· of FI8M
from San Francinco.
AIno—Freeh Bntter, Pickle·, Sannacen, Can
Fruit·, and all kind· ef Freah Vegetable·.
He «ollclt» lb» public patronaite. inr*J3
GOLD HILL MARKET,
MAIN RTREET,
Next door to Sa· FrancUco Kcatnnrnnl·
KEEPS FOR SALE but the
very choicest of «Meat·, of all
dencrlptlon.
Hotel*. Restaurant* aud Kami·
ltl supplied n« uiunt irawuu·...· . —ν.
Order· received for SALTED MEATS, In de
■treble quantities, and delivered to cuitomeni.
The alteatlon of Mill Men. and Superintend
ent· of Mine» la railed to our (uperlor article of
TALLOW, carefully rendered, and expreuly put
up for machine tue.
Meat Market· aupplled daily wltb flue
BEEF.
VRAI..
MUTTON aail
PORK.
Home-cured Hams& Bacon
Hit KM H I'l'ue LA It I), In Cas·.
..«r. Slaughterer* furulibed with Live Stock, I
Horucil Cattle or Sheep, at abort notice.
Order· received at the office, Gold Hill Mark·',
L. T. FOX Jc CO.. Proprietor·.
Gold Hill. May i, 1866. myS If
MOUNT VERNON HOUSE,
GOLD HIM,.
THE ABOVE HOTEL 18 AGAIN
opened.
ΜΙΜΗ A. WILEY,
Proprletrcaa.
Who re«pectfully tollcll· a ahare of the public
patronal».
The lionne
llaa been refitted and furnlabed throughout, wltb
a view to the oomfort and accommodation of It·
patron·.
The Katla* Department.
Meal· can be bad at all hour·, a· cheap a· the
cbeapeit. No pain· will be «pared to fivaaatli
factlon In tbl· department.
The Table
Will be furalahed with all the luxuries the mar
ket affordi.
Heard, wer week (with lodging) gS anil tlO
Bonrd. (without lodging) 88
Gold Hill. May i. 1866. lui
QUICKSILVER !
WE WILL SELL
quicksilver
At 80 Cents Per Pound1
AGENCY :
BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
TIKeLNIA-AND OOI.D HILL, froal tf
J. BAUX k BRO.'S OOtPMJf.
"SPRING δίΐϋβΓ
LATEST FASHIONS
JUST RECEIVED,
-BY
J. BlIJUI £ URO.,
Selling: Out
AT COST!
Selling Out
AT COST!
Selling Out
AT COST!
ΓΗΚ KNTIRR STOCK
—of—
KENT'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHING,
BOOTH,
ΐαΟΒΜ,:
Η JIT·,
CAP*.
Etc., Rte.,
BLANKET FTUUnSHUfa OOODS
Of Ererjr DeeeripUsn.
Montana and other pakties.ide·
ilrlng outfit·, will do «*11 to call on n«, u
we are determined to de»e ont oor present itoek
of merchandise.
fy All partiel Indebted t* n» m reqouted
lo call Immediately and telll*.
Oar Pre Mint M«ek *f G««di «r» |»f
Uu lm»»rtatU··, knl"Η·τ·
Bee· MniH >rllk
firent Cur·!!
CniUHitrs will d· well to 'sail «a uuwa M>
tr PtiEAHK ALM JO
3. BAIJltl A|BRO.,
Next Dwr te lb· G»14 Olll New· O···.
SPRING
-AND
SUMMS3H.
STOCK OP
CLOTHING
Jl'ST RECEIVED
-BY
t
J. BAU.TI Se BRO,
Wen Uwr to ib«;(3ald IHII1 '.New· Mm.
-CON8I8TINO OP—
Business Cassimere
SXJITSl
All Γ·Ι·πι!
Black Frock Coats,
All CaUra!
Beaver Coats.
ΡΑΙιΤβ Or CAHnlTIERE,
■RAT» Π,ΟΤ·,
All C*l«ni
SILK YBLVET VESTS!
Party and Wedding
VESTS!
HOSIER Ύ ,
GLOVES!
BLANKETS,
All Celer·.
"-ΑΙΛΟ
ΤΠΕ LABHBMT AHHORTStltNT
—or—
^ SHOES t
IN THK HTATB.
M s^ts. 4
Of Eveiy Description
and Color.
TRUNKS !
VALISES!
TRAVELING
■ACM!
-ALSO
THR URUIMT AWMfHlNT
—or—
Cassimere,
Cloth,
and Flannel
OVER - SHIRTS,
ALL CO LORN I
J. BAU1U L· BBO.,
N«t Bnt i· tu U*M Hltt New·
(«««I
_ DRY G00D8 AND CLOTHIUQ.
Spring k Summer Goods !
Jail B«celrc4 ■· .
91. FRANKENHEMERtt
Nut Dwr ta WH V. êc C·'· KiirtM OMe»
BALD HILlii
Λ LA ROE AND WELL 8ELE0TED STOCK
•f
8PRING AND SUMMER
Ζ
Coailltlsf a Outrai A uortmaal »(|
«
Dry Good*,
Silk Cloaks,
■ I>i4lN>fHliHN'u4 Chlldre·»»
Etc., Etc., whteh will b« «old «4
CHEAP FOR CASH
A· un b· «bulmd Id thla 8UU.
Μ. πίΛΝΚΕΝΗΚΓΜΒΒ.
Oo'd Hill. March 31.1865. If
S. FA AS & CO.,
«OLD HILL,
Waold lavlu U» Attutloi of th« Pnkll· ι· «or
Lar|« and R«Imi flluk »f
Spring and Sommer
CLOTHING!
ι
.
IN FART OP
California-Made
BUSINESS SUITS,
WHICH ARB VB8ÛHPA88ID
, —TOR—
ELEGANCE AMD DURABILITY!
PKBXCH CAftHIMKBK
■■4
BLACK DBPJWeVlTB
Of Ik· UlM Ntrlf aid laHrMlln.
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
IN KNDLK'SH ΥΛΚΙΙΤΓΥ!
BOOTS SHOES,
RUB BER GOODS
Or lb* IMI »«··ίΜΐ«"ι
I
ρ HATS AND ΟΑΡβΛ
TRUNKS!
VALI S Ε S!
lUNKEISOF EVER* DESCRIPTION
Hart a· lb· Lor«eet Ketall B«M—ai «i
ear fin I· the Rut*i «aables l'«
ι· Impart · Mare Twtoi fkaek,
■M Batter Halted ta tka
Wuu af the Feetle
»
ikuuratktr
Haaaal
or All pvNMtiwMor * "-A " -
tad f<«rrMabl· Ontit, ibrald oat toll to caD m
•uni*· oar atotk b*fori parckatlaf ilwil
s. HAAS tc CO.,
Paal ·■>«.
OILLIO, MOTf k CO.'3 COLL'KN.
GILUG, MOTT & 00.
haAdwAre,
STEAM GOODS, STOVES
—AND—
TINWARE.
OILLIO, MOTT Λ CO.,
Ceraer Ο ud Tarin aire·!·, Tlr«l a ta.
OILLIO, MOTT Λ CO.,
KurUHil* lu Praaciaca, Cal.
IMPORTERS
-add
wholesale DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS
—or—
Hardware,
Bel lia·.
Oai Pipe,
•tare·,
Tlajaad
Capper
Ware,
Jlgrtcmttmrml fapliiawli. Bit., BU.
OILLIO. MOTT Λ CO„
(Plrepraaf Brick lilMlai·,)
00ΚΝΙΒ C AND TAYLOR STREETS,
VIRGINIA,
QPFEX *0* SALE, AT THE LOWEST
rat*·, Β rue Oaedi, Sior«», Tin and Copper
War·, «le. Oar itoek will b· faaad rtry oom
pl.u, harlaf ban carcfnllj m1*cI*4 for tbU
Mark··.
Th* Ml«wla( ooaiprl·*· a part, only, of our
330,000 Β· Bar Iron, roand and aquare, >11 du·
»,000 ΒI Boiler Plit·;
CO,000 tti Sheet Iron ;
45,000 Hi bho· Shape, *11 til»· ;
14,000 B« Cait*at«l, BTIiter SimI, and To·
Cork Steal ;
Nail Rod, Band Iroa ;
16,000 Si Track Iron ;
6.000 Ba Bar and She«t Copper;
16,000 Ba Lead Pip·, Tarioui alt*· ;
48,000 'Ht Qaa Pip·, i to 4 Inch·· :
If,000 fMt 1. R. IloM, all all·· ;
130 doun Hon Bibb· ;
300 down Elbow· and CoopUefi ;
90,000 Carrlac· Bolt·, all ill·· ;
16,000 Macbln· Bolt·, all al··· ;
MO Globe ValT··.
900 AbtU* and Vie·· ;
30 B«llowi, varloa· aliea;
Blackamlth·' Tool· ;
Ucalea, Orlndatonu ;
400 WbMlbarrow· ;
. JOO dot*n AS, Pick and al*dc· Uandl··,
- Coal;
1,000 d*aan Lock·, Β1η««·, BntU;
Tack·;
Knlr·· and Pork·, Spool· ;
1,000 kep Blaatlnf Powder ;
100 doun Pick· ;
Borax ;
Ballmr Wire and Rop·;
000 kefa Nail* all «lie·;
100 box·· Tin.
GILLIG. MOTT dt CO.,
('•rarr rfC ud Tartar acraala, Vlrrfala.
8TOVKSI 8TOVK8!!
WM OFFER POR SALE, AT TUE LOWEST
Prtcea :
1,000 Cooklnf Store·, Parlor Store·;
all ·Ιιμ
Box Store·; Sheet Iron Store·, j
GILLIG, MOTT * CO.,
Caraar »f V and Tartar Mreeta, Virata la. j
TIN and COPPER WARE.
IMPORTED AMD OF OUR OWN MANU·
factaro—a large atock conatantly on hand,
FOR SALE LOW. BY
GILLIG. MOTT & CO.,
Caraar af C Tartar aad atraeta, Vlrdnla.
DOORS.
mnBtwiudviNDov··.»»*
Ε HAVE A FULL STOCK ON HAND,
of rarloaa alar·, and at low ratea.
GILLIG, MOTT * CO.,
Caraar af Ο aad Tartar atreaia, Vlralala.
w
TO RANCHMEN
ΙΟ Κ β A L Κ —
Plaw·, Belli·» wire ι
Α>Μι MwtiIii Hp*i« ι
Mtefcfrrk·, fftN t
Κ·Ηι Me., elc.
UILL1G* MOTT & CO.,
VIRGINIA.
• '
Hubber and Leather
BELTING,
16,000 ,SK,'*T gUAL TT*
roK ÏALI BY
.
GILLIG, MOTT * "CO.,
C«mr«fC u4 TtyUr MrMtit TlrdalA.
j V. ν '
TO MILL MSHii t
"W® A*B prkpabed to ruROTHH
.11 Qnifti MUI« wflh ih· but klttdi of poncb«J
β·»*·»!. W» h»T»»iaperlor
HCIRIN PUNCHING MACHINE!
And (wutM uiMkIIod la all eaM*.
V(Man RMHOAiUr Wktol "81
'··
QTTiT.TG, MOTT & CO
COBNKIt C AXD TAVlOl «TltKKTS,
VJBOJNIA.
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OKOCBRtta AMD MISCELLANEOUS.
NEW GROCERY STORE,
Odd KeUowi· Buildine.
flOLDBlij,,
E. J. RYAN,
WHOLESALE ANDRETAIL GROCER.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE8PECT
fully Inform the people of Crown Point IU
rlo·, Lower Oold Hill, and Familial and Hotel
Keeper! In tba neighborhood of Odd Fellow·'
Hall, that ba ha· recently opened a
Family Grocery and Fro vilion Store,
In thr comer room of Odd Fellow·' Hall, where
lie will alwarakeep on hand and for «ale,
AT THE LOWEST PRICE» !
A full and complete atock of GROCERIES aaa
PROVISIONS, direct from the California mar
tel·, comprtalng, In part—
ΓΚΑβ,
SUGARS,
COFFEE,
8PICBS,
SYRUPS,
..... can;fruit,
DRIED FRUIT,
OY8TER8,
CANDLES,
FLOUE,
RICE,
BUTTER,
PrwTial··· ·( All klad· !
And. In fact, all article· of comnmption to be
'oand In a flrat-claaa Grocery eatabllabment.
E. J. RYAN, Odd Fellow·' Hall.
Oold Hill, Feb. 1,1866. fel tf
Grooerle», Grocerlee
HATCH & BRO».,
PIONEER GROCERS,
No. IS Heath C at.,(Virginia,
—DIALIM IX—
All Klad· ef Family OrewrlH,
Conalatlng, In part, of
ES?*
March,
Hplcea,
KroahRanch Bat.
1er, etc.
(CONSTANTLY IN STORE A FINE A8
J lortment of Freeh Country Vegetable·, rr·
celred daily ; and, In fact, every ipecle· of Pro·
vlalona and Family Orocerle·, o? the beat quality,
ud at low price·, to ault the time·.
We are alao conatantly receiving from San
Francuco beautiful OOLD FISH, which wa will
■ell cheap. Remember the place—
WIS. South C afreet. 13."β*
mrtT tf 1L4TCH tt Β HOW.
KENEDY Sc ITIALLON,
No. 94 Hoath C a tree t, a ad Coraer Smith
aad C atrecta.
VIRGINIA,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
KEEP ON HAND THE CHOICEST
WINES& HI LIQUORS
IN THE VIRGINA MARKET.
FINE OLD BRANDIES,
Vintage· from 1Θ30 (ο 1B60.
CHOICE BOURBON,
Monong&hela, Scotch and Irish
WHISKIES.
Old Oporto, ifurgundy and Fort
WINES.
Champagnes and Clarets
All of the very beat brand·, «nil guaranteed.
RT Oar «lock of Liquor· and Qrocorle· la tali
ud complete, ud will be «old at the lowMt poi
•Ible prie·, deIIv*rod free of charge.
KENNEDY II 9IAI/LON,
I»pl3 If Vlrglola. Nevada.
y. CAIitLL. I. K. 1TML
CAHILL & EYRE,
OOMMIS8ION,MTOCK AND EXCHANGE
BROKERS,
N·. 33 *Nik C Itmi, Vlrglaia
California Collections on Nevada
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Lrid Trader· Boigbi aad M<.
hkfkkkmcks:
W. C. Balaton,' II. F. Hatting· A Co.,
r.oull McLane, Ju II. Latham, Eaq., I
John 8. Helming, K«q., Agent W.,F. 4:Co. J
Donahue, Kelly L Co., Wm. Sharon, Εκ).. )
John 8lme 4c Co., A.'gt Batik of Cal.. S
Pea·· 4. ΟΠπιηι, Virginia, )
Sou Francisco, II. 0. Maynard,
Paxton &i Thornburgh, Gold Dili
Virginia. mr87 If
Relief for Horses and Cattle t
the' UNDER8IONED RESPECT· Λ
a fully Inform· the public that behaa/raxf*
•atabllabed α Λ* I 1
Klaklr ud Vetrrliary Oice,
On tbo Divide, between Oold Hill and Virginia
City. Nevada. Where he I· prepared to beatow
ueillral attention to
HORSKS. CATTLE, 8HEKP AND D008.
Which may be cntruated to him. He alio offer·
a Free Conanltatlon at hi· Office from 10 to IS
o'clock ι. M. dolly, having had an extenalve ex
perience In the bunneM In Europe and the Uni
ted State·, and latrly of San Francisco. He I·
enabled to apply the moat efficient and aucceaaful
remedlr· agaluat dUeaaea of all kind· ; and aollclt·
the publie patronage. Charge· moderate. Refer
ence· of noqueallonable veracity, from men of
known respectability,
J. McK. MUNKO.
Veterinary Surgeon.
March 1«._186β. mrlo tf
SCHOOL ΒΟΟΚβ!
Or Aey Other Rwlia,
ζ ^R ANY KIND OF STATIONERY. CAN
·' PIONEER BOOK HTOBK,"
Corner of C aod Union atreete,
VlROINU, NrTao*.
Λ.M Chenp na the CbMpMttl
■ Will Net be Uaderaald !
°>rlO W. Π. BURRALL.
I MIL'S SALOON,
τw· Dhn above Ik· KcII»m Hcaklea,
j OOLD HILL.
Always on hand, the best whom,
Brmudln, WhlaUee, Oia.Old To·. Cordiale.
Cl*ar«, and bMt of nil.
Freah C*rmon L«a«r,
Kept cool and nice In a «Ion» ealler. AU .drlak»
^■Sg.'rf.o'^T»!·. «PU
BATHS HBATHSH
rpHË UNDERSIGNED IK· <B
I (onη· the public of' Gold
Hill, and vlclalty, Ibal h#
entirely redithi. TIITH *MT ~*"-|T
ROO*Η—clean linen tad Rnulan towel» t bol
and «old wnur In abaadaac*. Bath* every day
from now on, Sprlo» and Sommer.
TONfïoilAL ι
The SHAVING SALOONhu alto bMn reno
vated, and refurolahed with new and keen raion,
elegant fancy eoape, the inert perfumery, and
clean linen napkin·, étc.
Haïr CCTTIK· aleo done la lb* lateit and beet
etylee.
Cappla·, IMIif aad Leechla|>er·
feraed I· Uh Beet Bcyl··.
ALSO, for tale, Freeh Haafarian aad Swedleh
Lettben.
IIOReiCALTBNTIITBV.
DB. MAYER I* aleo prepared to Ρ"ί»πη· "
ihort SoUea, Sortirai DeaUMry. In an artUtlo
and profeealoeal -yl^ MAT]U,
Oeld WU, April »1, ^ *

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