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THE EVENING NEWS.
New Constable.—William H. Beegan, having been clected Town Marshal of Gold Hill, hn resigned his office of Constable. The County Commissioners having the ap pointing power, the matter of filling the va cancy came up yesterday at a special meeting of the Board. 1 'resent—J. J. Penny, Λ. K. Grim, Martin White, Commissioners; and l.ucieD Hermann, Clerk. Petitions in, ι ivor of J. V. A. Lansing, C. \V. Humph eys, Samuel Hyatt, and J. T. Keeper, for said office, were presented, read, and ordered on nie in the Clerk's office ; as also a protest, signed by Buckminster and others, against the appointment of Mr.* Hiatt, because of being a non resident of Gold Hill. The Board then proceeded to ttoe election of a Constable for Gold Hill Township, which re sulted as follows : For Samuel Hvatt, Messrs.* Grim and White. For J. V. A. Lansing, Mr. Denny. Mr. Hyatt was declared elected, and his bond fixed at S3,030. There is some con siderable feeling in Gold Hill regarding the action of the majority of the Board—but we believe it is not because of any hostility to Mr. Hyatt personally, who, it is conceded by th· who know him, is well qualified in every respeet to make a good othcer, but rather because he has not resided in Gold Hill for a number of months, and that at least two of the other applicants possessed more merit by reason of local residence. Mr. Hvatt has entered upon the duties of the oifice. · Too B ad.—Charley Humphrey special policeman, one who has heretofore borne a very fair character in our community, " with malice, preneuse and aforethought," entered a dwelling last evening and surreptitiously took a hand-organ, which he bore to the theatre. Charley Van Gorder, α party ac cessory after the act, took the instrument in charge, and with the aid of a manikin on top of the machine, which did most excellent dancing, drew around him a most hilarious crowd. The great trouble with Charley was, the instrument p'.avcd altogether butch tunes ; and as Charlev has not a drop of Dutch blood in his veins, he did not under stand a note of the music. As to this man Hnmnhrrv the worst of hi* sets have not been told. He actually «cut to the bed-room of hi* poor old mother, and finding her sleep in g, abstracted her gown, bonnet and other female "fixings," and soon after the act who should we sec in the theater but a venerable old lady, with basket on arm, asking pittan res from the crowd. From the amount of funds we saw iu her basket, she was suIXced ing "muchly." We intend, however, before the day closes, to have this old lady arrested for obtaining money under false pretences. Grand axd Fours Ball.—The closing act of St. John's Festival, the most joyous of all festivals that have taken place in Gold Hill, comes off at the Theater this evening in the shape of a Ball. This is always an occa sion of joy and happiness to the youthful— the middle-aged, we have frequently noticed, arc not generally outdone on these occasions —and even old fellows, like ourself, in look ing on to thi exciting mazes of a dance, ac tually feel our blood enkindled and warmed up and really feel as young as ever. We doubt not this will be a grand affair, and we hope to sec a large attendance. Why should we not make the most of a short life, especi ally when spent in the best of good company, the object of the Festival is praiseworthy, and every one so certain to be rendered pleased and happy bv attending. Omnibuses for the :iccommodation of our'Virginia friends, will pass between here and there until a late hour. The Pkess.—Did any one ever notice the cxcitement abo it a printing office just pre vious to the issuing of a paper ? It matters not, what peculiar subject of interest is be fore the public, every one expects something to turn up to break the monotony of life—to interest and instruct—perhaps amuse—and so is on the look-out for the first appearance of the paper. Inside the office, all is hurry and bustle—editor, proprietor, foreman, com |>ositors and even the local becomes inter ested sometimes, to sec that Wic publia are gratified in their expectations of receiving a quid pro quo for all they invest. In fact, from our advanced state of civilization, noth ing seems so indispensable as a daily paper. It forms a jiart of our mental food, as much »o as the a'iments wherewith we sustain our bodies. Accident ox the Dutch Flat Route.— Last Tuesday morning, as the stage from Secrettown to Dutch Flat, was descending a steep grado, the brake broke, and the dri ver with admirable coolness and courage, to avert more serious damages, dumped stage, passengers and all concerned into a ditch by the road-side. Two or three of the passen gers were seriouslv injured—one man in par ticular had his arm broken and was le t at Dutch Flat. We understood the Stage Om panr were taking carc of this man to the best of their ability, although the accu ent was through no fault of the driver whatever, a> our informant stated to us. Fred. G. Heiston.—This gentleman, so long and favorably known to our citizens, in connection with the clothing store of J. Baum Λ Brothers, located in the News office build ing, returned this morning, looking hardier and better from his trip to and from Califor nia. His friends over there rut him through on his merits, and he enjoyed nimsclf greatly. He will remain with us for some time, and, now that he feels in «uch good humor, will be one of the most accommodating men in the world to wait on his old customers, and will be sure to receive with gentlemanly courtesy all new comers to the establisiaent where he officiates. Back AoaXX.—The man liberated yester day from the calaboose, and of which we gave our readers an account, was caught on the Divide last evening by Billy Beegan about 6 o'clock. He would not so readily have been over-hauled, had he not been so over-joyed at nis release as to get most essen tially tight. Billy has him under his tender charge ouce more and thinks he will be able to take care of him and all other unruly members of the community. As to the party breaking the lock of the calaboose or Station House, see our advertisement. Here is a chance to earn a hundred dollars, and at the same time be the means of convicting the author of a most daring outrage. Weather.—This is a subject wholly new to us, and we don't cxactly know in what language tu V» «M VON ..v ». sens, who are given to studying the moon and other indicators of the weather, tell us what will take place six hours in advance ? At our time of writing, the whole atmos phere is clouded, and wc should not be sur prised before nightfalt to have had snow, nail, rain, and even by way of varitv in na ture'» eccentricities, a slight shock of an earthquake. Irishmen*, Rally!—There will be a meet ing of the Irishmen of Dayton and vicinity at the Court House, ou Saturday evening, June 9th, 18G6, at 7^ o'clock, for the purpose of organizing a Fenian Circle. Hon. Judge Haydon and F. II. Kennedy, Esq., will ad dress the meeting. Head Centre J. D. Mea gher, and several Members of the Central Council will be in attendance. NOT Correct.—In the Enterprise') report of the appointment of Mr. Hyatt as Consta. ble of Gold Hill, Commissioner Denny is reported as voting for said appointment. He desires us to state that he voted for Mr. Lansing, in accordance with the petition of the taxpayers of Gold Hill presented before* the County Commissioners. The Ob* of the Tnter was 'Eard on the 'III.—Yes, verily Gold Hill·, for our ice cream man was tooting his horn to-day, very much to the delight of the youngsters and all others desiring refreshments in his line. That old donkey that takes the cart of this ■nan around, has ears as prominent as the "local" af the Virginia Union. Persoxal.—Stephen Gage, recently np „ pointed Internal Revenue Collector, arrived un the Pioneer Stage yesterday morning. James S. Duley, Internal Revenue Collector, departed on yesterday's Dutch Flat Stage. Bullion. There was shipped from Well», Fargo ft Co.'» Gold Hill office, this morning, 13 bars of bullion, valued at $23.718 50. and weighing 880 pound*. Bullion. Van Wjck* Sanchez, Gold Hill, received this morning, for melting and assay, 7,748 ounce* of crude bullion. A woman weighing only 17 pounds is exhibiting in Danville, Va. She is from North Carolina. Vet· ·Γ the Lui gwiatfliag "Extra." Mayor's Ofwce, ) Virginia City, State of Nevada, ί June 7, 1866. ) To the Membert of the Board of Aldermen : Gentlemen :—I am compelled, by a tente of my duty, under the plain provitiont of the City Charter, and acting upon a publicly avowed determination to economite in the administration of city affairs, to far at posai· bte, to decline approving Bill No. 940, dated May 29th, 1866, made out in favor of William Campbell, City Attorney, for one hundred and twenty-five dollars, in payment of alle ged services rendered the city by copying the uncollected portion of the delinquent tax lilt. My first and principal objecticu to the bill it, that it it for work which should have been performed, if at all, by the City Clerk, under a resolution of the Board of Aldermen, in the discharge of his regularly prescribed official duties, for which he is paid an annual sal <ry, fixed and limited by law. A farther and valid objection could be made to the bill—if the above was not enti ely sufficient—on the ground that the work /at not absolutely required to be done. M ire over, the charge is exhorbitant, in view of the amonnt of labor performed. I beg leave »o refer the Board to the 29th Section of the City Charter, which is devoted to the defining of the duties of the City Clerk. The last clause of that section read· : '· And to do and perform tuch other dutiet at may I be required or directed by the Board of Al dermen, by resolution or ordinance." The 16th Section of Ordinance No. 20, reads : Section 16. As soon as the equalization is completed, the City Clerk shall prepare a du plicate Assessment roll, etc?' It will be observed, that under the provi sions of the Charter above referred to, it has been made the express duty of the City Clerk to make out a duplicate assessment roll. No "Ordinance or Resolution" wat passed au thorizing him to make out a copy of the un collected Assessment roll ; and hence no debt was incurred, against the City, for such service, even supposing that the law did not | j declare, as 11 aoes, mai iur wwiuj/v..—..— of the City Clerk «hull not cxcecd fifteen hundred dollars per annum. It is true, this bill is made out in the name of Wm. Campbell ; but it it well known that the work was performed by the City Clerk, the limit of whose compensation is estab lished, and the published description of whose duties clearly includes such labor as is here charged for." Indeed, it might be argued, that on a proper interpretation of Sections 16 and 19, of Ordinance 20, the City Clerk is the only person who could make out this copy, if really required. I cannot refrain from re markiug that the very fact that the bill is rendered in the name of another, when the sum specified therein is to be paid to the City Clerk, is evidence or intimation of a gen eral knowledge of the impropriety of the claim. If the work had been performed and this claim made therefor by a person who was not a city officer, by a person other than the City Clerk, objection would arise in this question : Can the business which properly devolves upon the City Clerk be assigned to other parties on the direction of any member of the Board of Aldermen or other* city offi cer ? If so, then anyone or the whole of the regularly prescribed duties of the City Clerk may bo parcelled out to assistants or subordinates, so-,callcd ; and there would be no determined boundary to the amount of appropriation· that could be thus demanded. in my judgment, as I have already stated, work charged for in this account was not necessarily performed. I speak from an ex amination of th· duplicate roll and the partial copy made therefrom, when 1 say that this work was not absolutely required. The charge is out of all proportion to the character and extent of the work done—being not less than three times the value of such service. In my opinion, then, the charge is illegal ; the work snould have been done, if required, V the City Clerk as a part of his regular service, anil without extra fee or reward. Very respectfully, John Piper, Mayor. Another Highway Robbery ! — Last evening, a little before dark, as " Swansea Bill," \»hose real name, we believe, is William Davis, and who is connected with the wood selling business at Dayton, was returning from a collecting trip to the mill men about Silver City, he was stopped by foot-pads at the rocky point on the Leet turnpike, a short distance below Weston's Mill, and made to "shell-out" to the tune of 8750 in coin! He was on horseback, and had another purse containing $200 more, but, in feeling for his coin, both purses being in one pocket, he mistook the largest one for the smallest. But he got η if with the small purs·; and, as Barney McDuffiie remarked Xo us this morn ing, "came riding into Dayton as if the devil was after him." Why don't the peooI« of Lyon County turn out fifty determined men arid catch these highwaymen. The Supreme Court in Xew York have decided that E. P. Christy, the well known minstrel, was insane at the time he jumped out of the window, and hence was imcompetent to make a will, espe cially in favor of a person who, it is alleged, he wedded afterwards. About S 150,000 worth of property is involved in his will, which goes ta hie wife and cllil dten. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENT:, ηΟΛΈϊ TO LOA.1, " — AT — Low Rates of Interest, ON FIRST CLASS COLLATERALS. J. H. LATHAM. Virgin!». Jnne 4. 1365. If r, CAIIILL. E. £. ETRE. C'AIIILL & EYRE, COMMISSION, STOCK AND EXCHANGE j BROKERS, No. 33 Donlh C »lr«l, Virglnin California Collections on Nevada | PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Legal Tender· Bought aind Mold. ItRrCKEXCKS : W. C. HaUton, II. F. Halting* Sc Co., Loaia McLane. Jan. H. Latham, Ktq., I John S. Hranlof, E*q., Agent W., F. Sl Co. 5 Douahne, Kelly Si Co., Wo. Sharon, Eeq., ) John Slme Jc Co., A'gt Bonk of Cal.. > l'ua»· St Grirotu, Virglnin, ) San PraaclKo. II. O. Maynard. ( Paxton Si Thorabnrgh, Gold Hill Virginia. Jnl tf Theatre Hall Saloon, «OLD HILL. MIKU McCLUSKY j "ITTOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE ! ▼ ? people of Gold Hill and vicinity, that he ! h:v« opened a now and elegantly-fltted tip SALOON, ι —I* THE — UOLI) HILL THEATRE, Where he will be pli-wd to »ee bit old friend· mad acqaaiulanci·», and iu many now one· η» will patronize him. THE BAK la atoeked with the very beat of Brandies, Champagne,California Wine· ' and Wine Bitter·, Old Bourbon, ! And all kind· of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS. —ALeO, THE— BE8T CIGARS IN THE MARKET. Ool.l Hill. May X. IMA «£_ j PIONEER BAKERY, ^laiu Wiwl fiQI"® HILL. TTEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL JV kind· of Bread, Ple« and Cake». Frrah Beaton Brown Π read Kverr Sunday Manlif. Bread Pie· and Cake· delirered to cuatSmer·. Alao. all kind, of Fancy Baking dene to order. JACOB BECKER, fel tf Proprietor. J. BAUM & BltO.'S COLUMN. SPRINGOF 1866. LATEST ^FASHIONS JUST RECEIVED, -BY J. BAI TI & BRO, Selling Out AT COST! Selling Out AT COST! Selling Out -AT COST ! I the ΚΝΤΙΠΚ STOCK —or— 6ENT'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHING, BOOTH. KHOBM. Ι1ΛΤΜ. CAPN, Klc.. Etc., BLANKET FURNISHING- GOODS I Of Every Dencriptlon. MO N'T A N'A AND OTHER PARTIES, DE· •Irtiift outfit», will do well to cnll on u>, im we are determined to el"«» ont onr prvieni utock of merchandise. rsr All partie» Indebted to u« nre requested to call Immediately and settle. Our l»rc«M>nt Stock of (Ma nrc 01 I.nte Importation*. nnd llnvc Keen Selected with (•rrnt C'arr! Customers will do well to call on α*, in w« can fF* PLEASE ALL! J. RVITI & RRO., Ned Door Co Ibr (Jolil Hill New· Office. s p r ι κγ a j —AND— SUMMB R! STOCK OF CLOTHING JUST RECEIVED -iiy~ J. BAl'll & RRO., Mm Ooor to tlie (Jotd lllll Xfw« Olllff, —CONSISTING OK— Business Cassimere - SUITS! All Color·:; Black Frock Coats, All Color*! Beaver Coats. PANT* or νΛβΝΙ.ηΚΚΚ. BEAVER nnil CI.OTH, All Color·. SILK V Ε LVEΤ V Ε S Τ S ! Party and Wedding VE8TSÎ HOSIER, Y, OF BVRRV DEKCRIPTION. Gr JLm Ο V Β St Σ BLANKETS, • All ^οΙογη. -ALSO THE LAttOKST AHMRT.MRNT —or— ΊΙ STÏOBS IX THE STATE. J) HATS, J| Of Every Description and Color. TRUNKS! VALISES! TRAVELING RAGS ! I % -ALSO THE I.ARUKST ASSORTMENT ' —or— Cassimere, Cloth, and Flannel OVER - SHIRTS, ALL COLORS! J. R VlTÛk RRO., Next Door to the (Jold Hill New· Office. |uiy28 If I GEORGE P. MORRILL. DRUGGIST, - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, »·. 16 GggjL· VirglnlaCHr. Heath C llrftl Nrrndn. For Sale alt the leading find Kennlii» PATENT .MEDICINES* FRESII GARDEN HEEDS, FINE TOILET GOODS, Physicians Prescriptions CAREFULLY PREPARED. TRUSSES AND ΛΠΙΜΙΛΙΙΝΑΙ, SUP PORTERS. COMBS, BRUSIIKS, FINE AMERICAN, FRENCH itnil ENGLIStl PERFUMERY, FINE CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Me. etc For nole, thi* far-famt*<l IRON MIXTURE -AND CAMPHORATED INJECTION. All article· #old are warranted to be of the belt quality. and an represented. PRICES LOW TO Sl'IT THE TIMES. ["y Hrinrtiibrr the dlrccllen^j GEORGE P. MORRILL, Apothecary and Druggist, No. 16 SOUTH C STREET, Virginia City, Narmde. Uo6«f| OILLIO, ΜΟΓΓ & CO.'3 COLPMX. GILLIG, MOTT & CO. HARDWARE, STEAM GOODS, STOVES t —akd— TINWARE. OILLIO, HIOTT Λ CO., Caraer C (id Teyler ilr»u,Tir«i···. . OILLIOjmOTT dcCO., HacruimM FryclK,sC>l. IMPORTERS —AND— WHOLESALE DEALERS (IN ALL KINDS —or— Hardware. Ntrnm CJoode, . Brlllili n·· Pip·. RMra, Tin aad Capper Ware, | ,1g rlrnllttral tmpltmtflt, S te., Β te. GILLIO, ϋ|ΟΤΤ de CO.. (Firrpraaf Brick BaiMia|i,) CORNKlt C AND TAYLOR HTRKET8, VIBGINIA, . QFFER FOR SALE, AT THE L0WE8T rutrh, Bra·· Good·, Store», Tin anil Copper Ware. etc. Our «tock will be found eery com plete, having been carefully (elected lor tbla Market. Tlie following romprlie· η part, only, of our | •tock : * 330 000 fil» Bar Iron, rotmd and aquare, all ill·· 2Λ.000 IB» Boiler Plate; 00,000 IBs Sheet Iron ; 4S.OOO Its· >hoo Shape, all alie* ; 14,000 IB" Ca«t-»tM, Blliter Steel, and Toe Cork Steel ; 1 Nail Rod, Band Iron ; 10,000 It· Track Iron; β,ΟΟΟ tt« Bar and Sheet Copper; 10,000 IB· Lead Pipe, varloti» il»· ; 4i>,000 'ect Ga· Pipe, J to 4 loche» ; •J,000 feet I. It. Ilote, all nlze· ; ISO dozen Hoie Bibb· ; 300 doten Elbow· and Conpltngi ; 20,000 Carriage Bolt·, all lilM ; 10,000 Machine BolU, all tlte· ; 000Globe Valve*. 200 Anvil· and Vice· ; SO Bellow·, varlon· alxea; Blackamlth·' Tool·; Scale·, Qrludatone» ; 400 Wheelbarrow· ; 300 doten Ax. Pick and Sled*» Handle·, Coal : 1.000 dozen Lock·, Hinge·, Bntt« ; Tack·; Knlve· and Fork·, Spoon·; 1.000 kep· Blaming Powder ; 100 dozen Pick·; Borax : Balling Wire and Rop· ; C00 keg· Kail·, all ilze·; 100 boxr A Tin. GILLIG, MOTT & CO., Corner ore and Tar lor an-eoto, Vlralala. 8TOVBH1 8TOVK8!! WE OFFER FOR SALS, AT THE LOWE8T I Price· : I 1,000 Cooking Θϊοτμ, J&R. Parlor Store* ; nil ■!«*· Ik. Box etovei ; Sheet Iron Store·, | GILLIG, MOTT * CO., Ooroer of C and Taylor at reeta. Vlralala. TIN and COPPER WARE. IMPORTED AND OF OUR OWN MANU· facture—a large ltock constantly on band, FOB 8ALE LOW, BY GILLIG, MOTT * CO., _ Corner of C Taylor a ad atroeta, Vlralala. DOORS. WIND· WSaad WINDOW BLIND· WE HAVE A TOLL STOCK OK HAND, of various ike*, and at low ret··. GILLIG, MOTT * CO., Coraer of C u< Tartar urxti, Tlrdila. XO RANCH3IEN ! pOR SALE — Plow», Balllnc Wire; Axe·, ghorela, Νpadre ι Pltrfcforka, Him | ItiHi «W.) —e. GILLIG, MOTT A. CO.. VIRGINIA. Rubber and Leather BELTI1STQ, 16,000 ρ2Γλϊ·ϊ*8Τ ^ual tt< ; •FOR SALE BY GILLIG, MOTT * CO., Coraer of C and Tartar at reels, Vlrdala. TO MI1X MENi WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNI8H Quart! Mill· with tbe beat kind· of pan chad Screen·. We bave a mpertor HCREKN PUNCHING MACHINE! And guarantee natlifaetlon in all cue*. W Orders Reapeetfcllr «elicited. "β» GILLIG, MOTT & CO., COIINKR C AND TAYLOR «TRKBT8, viRorrriA. [mrlStfl DEY GOODS AND CLOTHING. S. HAAS & CO., GOLD HILL, Would Inrlttth· Attention of th· Public to our L*rft and Select Stock of Spring and Summer CLOTHING! IN PART or California-Made BUSINESS SUITS, WHIcn ARE UX8URPA88RD —roit— ELEGANCE AND DURABILITY! FRENCH CASfMMERK * and BLACK dress surra OfthoILatMtlScrle aadllmpertatlen. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Iîf|ENDtr9S VAJIIETY !| BOOTS & m SHOES, RUBBER GOODS Of the Bnl IHuarulirr, J|hats and CAPSΛ TRUNKS! VALIS Ε S! BLANKETS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! Hirtic the Ltrmt Rftall Boalaea· of an y Firm In the State, enable· l'a M Import a More Varied Stack, and Better Salted ta the Waata of the People tbaa any ether Hoaee ! or All perwn· la wont of » Good, Oenteel and Serrloeabl· Ontflt, should sot fall to call aa •xamlo* oar itock befor» purchasing elsewhere. 8. HAAS & CO., OppolM lb· PmI OBcf. (mr« tf] Spring & Summer Goods ! Inl ReerivMl at| «» ]H, FRAIVKEIVHEITIEB'S NutDMfMW.iF.4f (ViRiprtiiOMct DALD HILL, ALAROB AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of gPRIIVe AND SUMNER ConaUtlof · fJeoeral Asanrtmaat of Dry Goods, Silk Cloak* ■.MllM>,niMM>w4 OklMtw>· * θ Η Ο £1 s, Etc., Eté., which will b* (old aa CHEAP FOR C48H A· eu ba obtained In thli A tat*. m. rsANKBNHnanou Μ4ΒΙ11,Μ·ι*:»,ΙΜ9. tf MISCELLANEOUS ADFBRTISBÏKNTS. SPRING GOODS JUST ARMTED AT ROSENER & OO.'S MAMMOTH 0R7 GOODS EMPORIUM! NO 70 MOTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, 0»»o«1te Well·, Far·· 4t Co. THE FINE8f STOCK OF STRING DRY GOODS -AND Gents' Furnishing: Goods! Th· ItlMt Complete Λμ·πμ«βι —OK HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS IN THE STATE, WHICH WILL BR SOLD —AT— SAW FRANCISCO PRICES! .CALL ΑΗΊ) SEE US Before Purchasing Elsewhere ! ♦ ». ROSENER & CO. my is xt PROPRIETORS. buena vista % Vinioultural Society's CHAMPAGNE Î THE FIBHT MHIPMBIfT • OP THE ABOVE CELEBRATED WINE Una J«t been Received, ' —AND— FOR SALE, In Lou to Suit. -AT— THOI. TAYLOR tc CO.'H, Me A|UU fer the β let* ef Nered·, Ko. 130 South C »t., Virginia. VIrgtoto. May IH. 1866, * iny« lm· H ARE 1 Catien', Iron and Steel Ï EUGENE BITTNER & CO., MAIN ΒΤβΒΚΤ, tftd mu, JYmmdm. -DIAIKHI IN— HARDWARE, Iron. SUfl, β tore*, Tinwuw, · Crockery, C1I···. Coal Oil. Uunp·, I >»rd Oil. PAINTS, BBLTTNG, BRASS GOODS, GAR PIPE AND FIXTURES ; MANUFACTURERS OF » TIR, C8PPER AND SHEET IRON WARE. lay 18 tf) BATHS !_BAyHSïî ΠΠΗΚ UNDERSIGNED IN. « · — .1 fora» the public of Oold ·*^ΗΡ, 'BUI, and TldnltT, that 'h.bulfeH^L· ω· BATHNHÎÏ53· BOOMS—clean Uo«n and Roolan towel·; hot and cold water In abundance. Hatha e rery day from now on, Spring and Snramrr. ToneoiiAii ■ The 8HAV7NO SALOON bu alto been reno rated, aad reforeUbed with new and keen raion. elerant. fancy soapi, the flneit perfumery, and cImu linen *>·|Α»η· etc. HaXR CûTTlne aleo done In tb^lateit and beet •tyle*. Capflif, BlNdlaiaid LNchliiper· Amd I· the Bmi Slyln. ALSO, for «aie, Freeh Hungarian and Swedish Leach ei. •drsicalTintiitky ■ DE. MAYER la aleo prepared to perforai, at •hort notice, Sartleal Dentlitry, la an arttitlc and profeulonal «tyle. Ueld BU, Kay S3, ^MAT**· GR0CBRIE8 AND MISCELLANEOUS. NEW GROCERY STORE, Odd ITellow·' Building, aovn him,. · E. J.~RYA2V, WHOLESALE AND_RETAIL GROCER. 'I'HE UNDER-IONED WOULD RE8PECT 1 rally inform the people of Cr wn Point Βα τ In·, Lower Gold Hill, and Famille· ω- Hotel Keeper· Id tbe neighborhood of Odd Fellow·' Hall, that (e bai recently opened ». Family Grocery and Provieon Store, In tb· corner room of Odd follow·' HaU, where be will alway· keep on band and for tale, AT THE LOWEST PRICES! A fall and complete stock of OROCERIE8 ana PROVISIONS, direct from tbe California mar ket·, comprising. In part— TEAS, SUGARS, COFFEE, SPICBS, SYRUPS, CANJFRUIT, DRIED FRUIT, OYSTERS, CANDLES, FLOUR, RICEfc BUTTER, Pre?I·!··· el All klid·! And. In fact, all article· of conanmptlon to be foand In a flnt-clasa Grocery establishment. E. J. RYAN, Odd Fellow·' Hall. Gold Hill. June 1.1866. Jul tf «rnaimiunw «. in Λ f TAW No. It) Month C street, and Otncr Hmlth ■tad C mrer!·, VIRGINIA, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALKBS —I*— GROCERIES As PROVISIONS, KEEP ON HAND THE CHOICEST WINES &ϋϋ!.Ι<)ΓΟΗΝ IN THE VIROINA MARKET. PINE OLD BRANDIES, Vintage* from 1 POO to 1ΡΛ0. CHOICE BOURBON. Monongahela, Scotch and Irish WHISKIES.. Old Oporto, Burgundy and Fort WINES. Champagnes and Clarets All of the very bent brand·, and guaranteed. Onr atock of Liquor· nnd Groceries Is full and complete, and will be told at the lowest po>. •Iblo price, delivered free of charge. KENNEDY & KIALLOH, myll tf Virginia, Nevada. JU S Τ ARRIVED ! ! 9,000 lbs. Bacon & Hams, OK THE FINEST QUALITY. OREGON DRIED APPLES. 1,000 lbe. Freeh, Loot and Sierra Valley Rutter, Together with the largeat and be·! «elected nock -nr GROCERIES IN THE CITY. Far Male at the lowest poaaiblc rate·. CASH CUSTOMERS respectfolly «ollcllfd. —AT— W. W. KTOVAMi'N, No. 8 South Β street Virginia. my28tf Grocorlea. Groceries ΙΙΑΤ€ΐΓ~Γ BROS., PIONEER OROCKRH, No. 15 South CM., Vlreinln, — DKAI.KKS IN— All Kind, of Family Groceries. Consisting, In part, of Hanr, Ten, Coffee, llams. Cas Frail, Mtareh, Baeoa, Slices, « Dried Fralt. jhsten, t'heeie, Frcali Ranch nut Eggs, Iter, etc. CONSTANTLY IN STORE A FINE A8 ■ortment of Fre«h Country Vegetable·, re ceived dally ; and, In fact, every species of Pro visions and Family Groceries, of the be·! qnnlltv, and at low price·, to nuit the time·. We are alto constantly receiving from San Francisco beastlfnl GOLD FISH, which w* will •ell cheap. Remember the place— «-1V Sonth C street. 1S.*0 myatf HATCH & BROS. NEW JEWELRY! NEW JEWELRY!! NOW IK THE TIME TO IIIJV!!! / FRANK DVRKEE, Opposite Wells. Karco 1 Co.'· Express In Gold Hill, Has Just received a most splendid NEW STOCK —or— Gold and Silver Watch Chains, Ladle·' Fall Set· of Jewelry, Finger Riant Gold and Silver, Masonic· and Odd Fellows' Breastpin·. Gold and Mllver Watchc·. All of the late·! and beat dylea. Will be sold very low for caab. Repnirlug Wntchea nud Clech·! ■ >iu im.nd in keen a well assorted Stock of Jewelry on bund, which I buv for CASH, andean •ell a· cheap a· any «lore In the Slate. Oiv· m· a call, and yon will alway· find roe ready and willing to wait on my old friend* and cn.toraer. FRANK DTJRXEE. flold 1I1U. May 39. 1866. iny2S tf New Goods & New Style*. CHAR·.KM fllLMAIV BE08 TO INFORM THE PEOPLE OP THE whole State of Nevada, that hi· «PRINO AND flV.TIMKK «TOCK U now anivlnr, eon»l«tlng of ··>* latwt itylfn «Γ BOOTS AND SHOES jfAtfUrACTCIKKD IN New V«rk· andH+n Tbe«o g<Kxl« have all been selected with great care exprewly for thin market, and will be flold at the lowMt tail) rate·. AUo on hand the beat qoalltle* of French Calf and Lining Skin·, Cali fornia Calf and Kip. Klrby'» Sole Leather, 8bue Finding· ; In fact every nrtlcle pertaining Jo a A rat cla·· Boot, Shoe & Leather Store Particular Attention paid to Maanfaclnr· Ja* aad Itcpalrta·. tyKEMEMBEK THE OLD STANDS! IV·. 3T South C Street, VIRGINIA. my31 1m QTTa-PT.Tta OILMAN. i ATORF IV ODD FELLOWS' HALL A 8™R^ .%,??.%·. Oold Bill, May 1ft "*>■ 10,18 "