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THE EVENING NEWS.
Military Ttrs-Oct.—On Saturday evening last, in obedience to military orders, the Swaney Guard* of thi» place, visited Virginia, for the purpose of going through battallion drill, preparatory to the turn-out on the coming Fourth. Though lately organized, and having no uniform·, yet a finer »et of mem in phy sique. coutd not be scared up anywhere, beside*, in regard to drill they acquitted themselves nobly. The battallion drill, under Captain C. C. Warner, who is every inch of him a soldier, was a most credita ble affair, considering the numbeT of new members in all the Companies. Three Compamses—the National Guards, Em met Guards and Swaney Guards were out. and marched and counter marched along C «trcet. attracting great attention from outsiders, for say what you will about a "millenium" and all that sort of thing, the practical experience of mankind ia. "in times of peace prepare for war." Deputed.—We saw a couple of bull teams on our streets Saturday, and as locale have all the impudence in the world in finding out every man's business, we inquired of the drivers where they were from. etc. We ascertained that they were just over from California with freight, and furthermore, that they paid a very good sum in the way of toll to certain road agents while they were at Folsom. They were sleeping beside their wagons at that place, where these gentry, so called, two in number, presented pistols to their head» and demanded their money. Λ pull at their purses followed, one being relieved of $29 and the other of $27. all the poor fellows had with them at the time. These foot-pad operations are becoming very numerous, both in this State and Cali fornia. Bicmr's Opcxixq.—As a matter of courue, we had 10 visit the opening of the Pnneer Bakery, in its new "poaish," op posite Stern & Weil'* «tore, of this place. Jacob Becker intends to run this institu tion, for the benefit of those depending upon the "staff of life," bread: and should any one of his customers feel a little thirsty, perhap* a g!a»s of lager w ould re fresh him. particularly as water is so tcarce now-a-daes. Judging from the crowd we saw in Becker's. Saturday even ing. his friend* mu»t be numerous, and we hope he will be liberally patronized. Jake, pious regards are extended to you. I.aozr.—Don't nearly every one like lager: Why, we take to it just about as naturally as we did m our infantile day* to our mother's milk. Very well then ; if any of our citizen* should happen to b·· up to Virginia, either day or night, just drop in to the Philadelphia Brewery, head of Smith street, on C. We tried thi» brew, and every one knows that is acquainted with us, that we are a first rate judge of the aKicle, and we do pronounce the Philadelphia preparation, about a* good in the way of Lagtr. as they get up any where. Henne & R*pp are the proprie tors of this Brewery. Gold Hill cus tomers supplied on short notice. Mrstc Hall.—"A merry heart doeth good like medicine at Iea*t so the good book says, and we believe every word of it. Any one visiting this Hall that does not get his four bits worth of medicine in the way of fun and amusement, must have the -blues" on the brain very badly. The versatile talent displayed—in song. wit. humor, dances and general comedy—al ways bring out rapturous "encore*." that ahow that the audience i* pleased, and that the performers are "enreport" with the same. Don't take our word for this, but go and sec for yourself, reader. DiscrsTKt·.—A party of boys of our acquaintance, practical miner· in Gold Hill, thinking to better their fortune*, gave up good positions and regular pay to seek fortunes in new mining regions. They accordingly visited Silver Peak. Kearsarge. Bodir, and other Districts, and after a two months' trip were glad to get back to Gold Hill, as to a haven of rest and content. In regard to their experi ence on thi* trip—undertaken from false representations—they found themselve* not only deceived, but " likewise sucked in." OAUUB3.— " C nnc ïiiv »«. ia?» - . ν ^ tome most beautifully gotten up badge», by foreman Rhode*, of the News office, whose taste m these matters has often attracted our attention. They were in tended for the Yellow Jacket miner» and for the employees of the Crown Point mine and mills. Nothing in that line of business could be more arti«tic. We expect to have our ribs knocked in, by friend Rhodes, for giving this notice, but we feel perfectly independent and in different about all such matters. Shipment of Treasvre:—We under stand—in fact we are fully persuaded and convinced, that the Yellow Jacket Mining Company, of this place, ••shipped." for at> the term goes, 890,000 of relined bullion on Saturday. Since Tuesday last. §113. 000 has been shipped, or freighted, by this same company, and no extraordinary effort made at that. There is no blowing about this on our part. This communication ii> perfectly voluntary, and conveys a simple matter of news, that we people of Gold Hill should feel proud of. Silver Star Dramatic Clcb.—The members of this club, on to-morrow even ing, perform in the " Lady of Lyons." at Maguire's Opera House. Virginia. Col. Bob. Taylor takes the part of "Claude;" Mrs. Frank Thayer the pait of "Pauline." This favorite play should, and doubtless will, attract a large audience. The ticket· are one dollar with no extra charge for reserved seats. Ci**tom-Made Clothes.—L. Elkus' wholesale and retail clothier, opposite the Postoffice, on C street, Vnginia, are now prtjtared to do all kinds of custom-work in that line ; also, hsve received an exten sive Spring stock of gents' furnishing goods, to which the attention of the pub lie is called in another column. The latest styles of gents' dress gooda always on hand and made up to order! Sport.—A grand wrestling match for #100 a side, to come off at 8 o'clock a. *. July 4th. at Fort Homestead, between Richard' Bellam and Win. Newlan, the latter weighing 180 pounds, and the for mer 20 lbs. lighter. The Moxth's Bvlliom. — There was •hipped from the office of Wells. Fargo 4 Co., Gold Hill, during the month ending June. 381 bars of bullion, valued at $673,111 40, and weighing 23,137 pounda. Ritcrm It.—The person who found a flask of quicksilver, last Saturday, can get a reward by aending it to Well·, Fargo 4 Co., Gold Hill. Bclliox.— Edwards * Wiegand, Gold Hill, received thia morning, for melting and aasay, 9,347 ounces of crude bullion. Bclliok.—Van Wyck & Sanchez, Gold Hill, received this morning, for melting and aasay, 4.440 ounce» of crude bullion. Bcllio*.—H. Harris, Gold Hill, re ceived thia morning, for melting and aaaay, 2,370 ounce· of crude bullion. Gait. Scorr'a coffin waa made by Brown, of Grace Church, N*w York, Th· required length of the coffin was six feet nine inches. ·· Tnere were gianta u thoaa day·." Λ· Α4τηιιη la iW «real PyrunM. by hmcm rows* cobbi. The Engliah party, who had outridden I me, were concluding their luncheon as I reached the Pyramid, and after declining their cordial offer* to ahare it, I aaked one of the ladies, ·· Had she vi»ited the inte rior of Cheop's chamber ?" "Xo." Some ι of the ladie* and gentlemen had done so. The Arabs were a wild set of men, and she did not like to put heraelf in their power. Deeming the lady'* caution must be over-developed, and tno Intensely inter ested to make very serious reflections on what I was doing. I engaged the Sheik at the door of the Pyramid to provide me with proper guide* so soon a* the English party had ridden away. Five strong Fellah-Arab* volunteered ; for the service, in spite of my remark that three were enough, and we were soon plunged into the darkness of the first en trance passsge. All the world knows how the Pyramid is constructed ; a solid mass of huge stones all so perfectly fitted that scarcely a pen-knife might be intro duced in any place between them. The passages, at the widest, scarcely permit of two persons going abreast, and are for long distances so low as to compel the visitor to stoop almost double. The an gle at which these passages slope upwards is also one which, on the slippery, well worn floor, renders progress difficult as on the ice of an Alpine mountain. But oh ! how different from the 'keen, pure air, the wide horizon, the glittering sunlight of the Alps, this dark, suffocating cavern, ! where the dust, and lights, and breath of heated men. make an-atmosphere scarcely to be breathed, and where (he sentiments of awe and horror almost paralyte the pul*e. Perhaps my special fancy made me then, as ever since, find a cave, sub terranean Dassage, or tnnnel, unreasona bly trying to the nerve ; b'ut so it was— the awe of the place well nigh overpow ered tne. Th· 4γ*κ otiiriM h#lwd me easily in their well-known way. One or two car ried the candles, and all joined in a sort of song at which I could not help laugh ing, in spite of both awe and lack of breath. It seemed to be a chant of min gled Arabic and English (a language they all «poke after a fashion.) the English words being apparently a continual repe tition : " Vera goot lady, backshish, backshish; Vera goot lady, give us backshish and so on, da capo. Twice we had to rest on our way from sheer exhaustion, and on one occasion, where there is a break in the continuity of the passage, there was an ascent into a hole high up in the wall by no means easy to accom plish. A* la«t, after what seemed an hour, and I suppose was about fifteen minutes, since we left the sunshine, we stood in Cheops' burial-vault, the center chamber of the great Pyramid. A· my readers know, it is a small oblong chamber, of course, wholly without light or ventilation, with plain stone-floor, walls and roof, and with the huge stone sarcophagus (which once held the mummy of Cheops, but is now perfectly empty) standing at one end. The interest of the spot would alone have j repaid a journey from England ; but I was left small time'to enjoy it. Suddenly I was startled to observe that my guides had stopped their song and changed their obsequious voices, and were all five stand ing bolt upright against the walls of the vault. " It is the custom." said oni of them, " for whoever cornea here to give us back shish." I reflected in a moment that they had seen me foolishly transfer my purse from the pocket of my riding-skirt to the walk ing-dress I wore under it, and which I had alone retained on entering the Pyra mid. ·· Well," I said, as coolly as I waa able, '•I intend, of course, to give you ••back shish" for your trouble, and if you choose to be paid here instead of at the door, it ia all the same to me. I shall give three shillings English (a favorite coin in Cairo), as 1 said I only wanted three men." ·· Three shillings are not enough. We want backshish ! " '· There they are. They are quite enough." ••Not enough Î We want backshish ! " I must here confess that things looked rather black. The Fellahs stood like so many statues of Osiris (even at the mo ment I could not help thinking of it), with their backs against the wall and their arms crossed on their breasts, as if they held ihtfiagellum and crux autata. Their leader spoke in a calm, doggea sort of way, to which they all responded like echoes. "Well," I said, "as there are five of you, and I am rather heavy, I will give you one shilling more. There it is. Now you will get no more. Saying thia I gave the man the fourth shilling, and then re turned my purse to my pocket. "This won't do. We want backahish." "It must do. You will get no more backshish." "It won't do. we want oacksmsn:~~ Each moment the men'a voice* grew resolute, aid I must now that horror seized me at the thought that the; had ι nothing to do but merely to go out and leave me there in the solitude and dark ness, and I »hould go mad from terror. Not a creature in Cairo even knew where I wan gone. I should not be missed or •ought far for days, and there I was, un armed. and alone, with these fire aavagee, whose caprice or resentment might make them rush of in a moment, leaving me to de-pair. Luckily I knew well it would be fatal to twtray any alarm, so I spoke aa lightly as I could, and laughed a little, but uncomfortably. "Come. come. You will have no more backsish, you know very well; and if you bully me. you will have atick from the English Consul. Come, I've seen enough. Ixrt us go out." " We want backshish! " said all five of the villains in one loud voice. It was a crisis, and I Oelieve if I had wavered a moment I might never have got away ; but the extremity, of course, aided one'a resolution, and I suddenly spoke out, angrily and peremptorily: "I'll have no more of this. You fellow there, take the light, and go out. You give me your hand. Come along, all of yoa." It was a miracle; to my own compre hension. at all events. They one and all suddenly slunk down like so many scolded dogs, and without another ayllable did as I ordered thjm. The slave habit of mind doubtless resumed its usual away with them the moment that, one of free race asserted a claim of command. Any way, it was a simple fact that five Arabs yielded to a single Anglo-Saxon woman, who was herself quite as much surprised as they could be at the phenomenon. O, how I rejoiced when tbe square of axure sky appeared at the end of the laat of the passagt s, and when I at last emerged safe and sane out of the great Pyramid ! Dante, ascending out ot the Inferno, "a nveder It ttelU" could not have been half so thankful. Away I rode, home to old Cairo on ray donkey, and coold ep«re a real laugh "under the sunshine, wh*n I found that the wretched oid Arab Scheik, with whom I had left my riding-skirt, had quietly devoured ray intended luncheon of dates, and then carefully replaced tha stones in my pocket ! -T&J-. IT- HALL, Notary Public, —ΆίΠ>— JUSTICE of the PKACK, OFFICE--Con»c of Jtslo and Piooser straats, ''rrCMTiyudm or Collectif •kort notice. ^ j J. BAUX &. BRO.'S county. J. BAM & ΒβοΓ -un REMOVED To (heir New store, Twt Deer· Iwl·* Well·, Fun 4c t«-'i Kiprei· OOce, GOLD HILL.. AÏID AU MOW OPENING THEIR SUMMER STOCK —or— GENTS CLOTHING, — A*D — PFKWI8HINO GOODS! — AT — OBIATLY BKDCCID PRICES!! J. BAUH & BRO^ (Two Door* Mow Willi, P*r»o * Co.'» Offlt*,) -irip— COXSTAXTLY OX HA1ID: Bread Cl et h Fr*ck Ceau, all celer·* · BraTpr Cloth Freeh ami Sack Ceate, all celer». Barineee Coat·, Faacr aad Plata. Beaver (loth aad Deeekla Paatâ. Faner Cauhaerr Paau ef Laleet Style· aad Caler·. VrlTet,.SIIk, Ptu»h, Clo<h, aad Caaalaiere Vcets, all Patterae aad Style» J. ΒΑΧΛ Λ BRO^ Κ EXP OK HAND BOOTS, SHOES, ïb». α· liters • ALSO: j|HATS, CAPS,J^ t^The Largent Anortment In the HATS of ike SfwMt Pattern and >11 colon, connlittnir of Bearer. Pnr, Cloth and Caaalmere. Dart· & J oar a' aid Mb«r Celebrated aiken of WHITE SHIRTS. ear Fancy ClMk ud Cualaaere OVER MHIKTH. INDIAN TAN BUCK QLOVXa. BLANKETS, ALL· COLORS. TRX.'NK8, VALINES, TRAVELING BAGS, Etc., Kic., ή: o s ι ε irtt, —or— Ererr DeterlKln, Wholesale Si RetalL J. BAUM Se BKO., ry two Door* below Weill. Fargo * Co.'· Ezpreia Office. O.U Hill, Jon· 29, lKfi. Je»-tf GEOB6E P. TIORRILL. DRUGGIST, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL D Σ*·. ΙΟ Έ Milk C Streel IfcrUa. For Sale «11 tha leading aad feaolae PATENT MEDICINES, FRESH GARDEN HERDS, FINE TOILET GOODS, Physicians Prescriptions CAREFULLY PREPARED. TRUSSES AND ABDOMINAL SUP· PORTERS. COMBS, BRUSHES, · FINE AMERICAN, FRENCH Bad ENGLISH PERFUMERY, " FINE CHEMICALS, DRUGS, * PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, ale. Me For sala, the far-famed IRON MIXTURE —A*D CAXPHOEATED DiJECTIOH. All articles «old ara warranted to (χ of the belt quality, aad u represented. PRICES LOW TO SUIT THE TIMES. [yiwto (be dlrecllea.jfJ OEOBOE P. MOEEILL, Apothecary and Druggist, >·. 1· SOUTH C STREET, TtrclaU CUy, NatOa, ' ■ OLD COPPER, LEAD —AJID— Ζ I Ν Ο, BOUGHT BY ΟΠ.1.ΙΟ, πβττ * CO. Jal6 tf Virginia, Werada. β mm *1—. da, of Jaiy, ^ArIX)WEB, pr^jd-t Ootd Hill Jnot .Ιβββ. Je29-td ΟΠΧΙΟ. MOTT * CO.-8 COLPMX. GILLIG, MOTT & CO. Λ J rJf * J\ 4 |Tt hardware, i.VilJ5(JXIXO Ο SO Π f; : " STEAM GOODS, STOVES ^UD TINWARE. t _ OILLIO, MOTT * C«h Cm— Ο enUfl, MOTT à CO., XtU·* Lake City CilUtnla. OILLIO, MOTT * CO., Imtuhm ul Ira Vnadtt·, Cal. IMPORTER» -Ain> WHOLESALE DEALERS '· IN ALL KINDS • -OF-· HaHiran, IhwOm*. ■«Id··. Ou ripe, lunti Tie «4 β·»Η Agriemllmrml fm+ fc—h. Ml»., Bit. OILLIO. MOTT * CO., (flUfmf Brick BalMlag·,) COBNEB C AND TAYLOR βΤΚΕΚΤβ, VTROIKIA, QrFER rom sale, at the lowest rate#, Brau Good·, Λ or·». Tin and Copper War·, «te. Omr itock win be Γ··αά rnj com pute, barluf bMC carefllUy «elected tor thli Market. Tba followte» eemprtm a part, aaly, ef osr •lock : 330 000 ■· Bar I roe, roaad aad eqaar·. *11 at»· 25.000 »a Boiler PIX·; 80.000 »a «beet Iron: 45.000 Ma >bo· Shape, all alsee ; 14.000 A· Cast-steel, Blister Ht··!, tad To· Cork toel: I Kali Red, Brad Iron : 16,000 Mi Track Iran ; 6.000 ■>· Bar and SWl Copper; 16.000 m· Lend Pip·, rarleoa ilm ; 49.000 'eet 0(1 Pip·, i te 4 lDchee ; 2,000 fret I. R Bom, all st*e^ ; ISO do too Hoe· Bibb· ; 300 dowo Elbow· and Con pi la f. ; 90.000 Carrfaf· Bolt·, all site· ; 16.000 Harbtae BolM. all rise· ; «00 Glob· Vaires. 300 Anrtls aad Vice· ; SO B»llow·, varions dtM; Blacksmiths' Tool· ; Heal··. Oriadstooee ; 400 Wheetbarrowa ; 300 dot·· Ax. Pick aad Sledfe Handle*, - Coal: 1,000 dmen Lock·. HtaffM, Butts, Taeks; blm and Fork a S»peoaa ; 1,000 keja Blasttaf Powder ; 100 doaen Pick· : Borax ; BalHnf Win aad Bop·. •00 kefs ΝβΠβ, all 100 boxes Tta. GILLIG, MOTT * CO., OarwrafC aid Tarter atiwl»i Tlrdili. j 8TOVKSI 8TOVK81! "^E OFFER FOR SALE, AT THE LOWEST | ft. 1 000 Cooklac (MM· Parler Sut··; aU tlx·· Box Store· ; 8ke«t Iron Stores. GILLIG, MOTT * CO., Oamr mfC aad Τarlar auaita, Tlnlik. | TIN and COPPER WARE, IMPORTED AND OF OUR OWN MANC· factare—a large stock constantly on band, FOR SALI LOW, BT GILLIG. MOTT * CO., Csrsar at Ο Tartar aad slrsets, Ttrrfala. DOORS. imMWIaadWIinieVBLmtR ΤΙΓΕ HAVE A FULL STOCK ON HAND. Τ Τ of Tartoat ilxx. ajd at low rat··. GILLIG, MOTT * CO., Career af C aad Tartar scraets, Vlralala. t F TO RANCHMEN OS SALK Beapcrs aad 71 ewers, Nertkesi Bailla*· rUwa. Ballta* Wlrat Axe·, Marais, bpadee ι Pita hlarlu, Ha«i Baya, etc,, ate. GILLIG, MOTT A CO.. ι vmonnA. Kubber »m<l Leather BELTING, ιβ,οοο -ώώ·?Εβτ ττ· FOR SALE (my law) BT GILLIG, MOTT * CO., rat C aad Tartar atraata, Tlratata. . . ι TO MILL MEN χ 1ΙΓΚ ARE PREPARED TO FURNI8B VY Quarts Mill, with the b*et kinds of poneb«d 8ereeaa. We karoaaapertor SCREEN PUNCHING MACHINE [ And fiuraalee satisfaction la all aaisa. IV Order· KeareetMlr Mkkad.H GILLIG, MOTT & CO., COKNBR Ο AN» TAYLOR .·'·.< νίΒβΠΠΑ. α (jml· PET GOODS AM) CLOTHIMQ. "sTfâas & com GOLD HILL, W»eld Imrtt» tk· Attention of tk* Pnblle »oe«r LiT|« ud Select Bteek of I Spring and Summer CLOTHING! ■Br PAST OP California-Made BUSINESS SUITS, WHICH ARE UN8URPA88EDI —ron ELSOAHCE A5D DURABILITY! • FRENCH CAfWIMERE lli ΒΙ-ΑΓΚ DREW MOT» Of tk· Uteat Style aMI Importa tlon. Gents* Fnrnishlng Goods, IS ENBLKSS VARÏKTT ! ' BOOTS & SHOES, RUBBER Ci Ο Ο Ο H Of Ik· IMC Huirullrr, H HATS AMD CAPS,^ TRUNKS! YALI SES! BLANKETS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! Havta* the LtriMi Recall Baalneu of kit fin· la ike State· eaaklea C» t· iBHit a Mere Varied Stack, mad Better Salted te Ike Wuu ef tke Pee»le Ikaa aaretker Heaw t tr All pmon In «rut of · OooA, 0»ntwl and Sorrlctabl* Outfit, ihoold sot fail to call aa examina our itoek bofor· pnrcbaainf tlMwbm. §. HAAS 8c CO., Opp—If the PhiOMn. ; ij*OT tfi Spring & Sommer Goods ! Jaal Kmired ■ t| ». FRAKKEWHEIIIER^ NntDMrtaW^r.* C·"· Bxprr—iOmt* OILD HILL, ALAKOe'aND WWLL 8ELKCTED RTOOX of 8PRIIVO AMD SUMMER ComUtlng a Oaa«rml Aaaortm#»t of Dry Good*, Silk Cloaks, tMUM>,HliMa>u< ChlUrra'a Etc., Bit. which wiU to «old ai CHEAP FOB CAiSH < Ai en t· obtain·* I· thl* Buta. it * ·\ /Γ rv.> «;j ·* ίΛ 1 "" m. nuKSNHium· •old Hill, March 31, IM& tf MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. HARDWARE 1 Cutlery, Iron and Steel ! • EUGENE BITTNER & CO, BAIN NBBKTi aw/, jmmdm. —DIALXRJ U— HARDWARE, g Iron, Httel, StBW» Tinware, Crockery, OIim. Cod OU, Lard Oil, PAINTS, BELTOTO, BRASS GOODS, | GAS PIPE AND FIXTURES ; MANUFACTURERS OP Til, C0PFER AID SHEET MOI WARE. Ijqig tf ) EWELER) I W. T. EAVES, ! WATCHMAKER AID JEWELER, I Ne. !} CSt., Cerner ΓβΙ··, TlrcUli, ι 0FPER8 FOR SALE HIS — | Magnificent Slock, comtiting uny In part of ±:A ; DIASIONDN. VATCHB», JIVKLBT, ! HlWer m mû PUce4 Wiire, Oeek·, i t ullery, BraxllUn Pebble·, ι 1 And* large axortment of SPECTACLES j to snit all conaltloni of the eye. j Jewelry Made to Order and Repaired. Watchei Careftllly Repaired and War I ranted. JolS 1m E. W. KEYES, CITY Sexton & Superintendent —or— MT. PLEA8A1ÏT CEMETEBY, ALSO OP TBI CATHOLIC. ΊΉ18 CEMETERY IS 8ITCATED IN THE rang* of mountains back of the County Hospital. overlooking the city of Virginia. Tbe Sexton and Superintendent being an old pioneer of tbe city, and knowing tbe want· of tbe cominu nlty, has'dreded tbe Cemetery above described, nnder lb Act of tbe late Legislature, In trtut, until -ucb time a* tbe same sball be Incorporated, to secure a resting place for tbe dead, and to afford to tbe friends or tbe deceased the consols· Uon of knowing that nnder this trust this Ceme tery can never be dltturbed, sold, or nsed for any other purpose. E. W. ΚΚ-νΤΚβ. General Undertaker, If·. M, Stalk C street Tirglaia, Has on hand tbe only stock of Btnu»*· Metallic Oukets sad Barial Casesi Fine Mshocssr Colli·, c*aa THanlais, etc., ■ la Ike Htate ! Also—METALLIC COFFINS of all kinds, got np at shortest notice. Also, large assortments of Silver-Plated and Metal Mounting*. Crape, Qloves, Robes. Fringes and Satin Linings, etc. Particular attention paid to SHIPPING BOD IΕ 8, and Funerals attended to with promptness. * Remember tbe old stand— IV·. M Seath C street Tlrgiiia, B. W. HE YES. P. 8.—Hearses and Carriages will b« In readi ness to attend Funerals all over tbe county and vicinity. 1 B. W. ICE YES, Na. 1β Heath C street, Vlrtfala, Wishes to Inform bis friends and tbe public gen- I erally that he has on hand a complete stock of Furniture and Furnishing Goods! ware* etc., etc. I thank my old friends and tbe public generally for pajrt patroaage, and hope, by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance of tbe tame. ΓλΓ Remember tbe OLD STAND. No. 3 South C street. Virginia. £. W. KEYES. Wheeler Ac Wlleea'a Sewlag Jls chiacaanrt Fixtures on hand. 1u5 If E. W. KEYES, Agent SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURAIT, njm street. Geld Hill Nevada, EDWARD 8CHAEFER, r*roprtetor. IJnlg If BEMtIA COLLEGE —A.fD— BOARDING SCHOOL AT BENICÏA, CAL·. Tfce Twenty-Third S« ■ Ι-Λ an «a I **·«'·« will ·*«■ ·» tfcejWik J«lr. Ihoe. rr«HI8 INSTITUTION EMBRACE- A PR!· I mary and Preparatory Department In which ■ladfDU may obfâlo thorough Instruction lo the Elementary branche·, or prepare themeelrea for the Higher CI»··*· of the College. Pupil· gen erally, and especially yonng papUa. hoard at the Institution under tho direct care of the Principal. Exp«n«e—Board, Waahing and Tnltlon of pnpll· under H. ·32.!0; over H, $3& No extra charge·. Room· ready furnished. A deduction will be made when two or mora pupil· come from the same family. Τoung jnta wishing to heart them· Mire·, can obtain good room· in the vicinity at •mall expon··. For farther Information «end for ClfçnJy. CJ. FLATT, W>· to Principal. Barber-Shop Removed. ΦΗΕ UNDERSIGNED WISHF> TO INFORM A hi· friends and the pnhlic. that he haa re. mww4 bia Barber.8hop to Man siraet, opposite Walla, Fargo & Cot'· Expreu Office, and ha· refitted the lace in a neat and tatty ttyle. Thankfal to the public for ρ ait taTon. and by keeping the beat of workmen employed. I will try to wake It In tnlsr* ooe of the beet conduct ed place· Is thla line of butine·· fyCnetoœert will be accommodated with extra tharing enpa If detired Plea·· glr· osa call GEORGE PLIEDNiyt Oold ΗΠΙ. June 30th. 1W8. J*30t* I Gold HOI. Jon* 30th, 1E6& OAKLAND SEMINARY FOB V0UWO IiADI*·* THE NINTH T5AR,h°et7o"'/anu^îSe· JL tlon commenced on the 8th ο «gj ^ Competent and «P*ri*E?? Sebool afford· *11 department of ttuij. ENGLISH the advantage· of a THOR M0DERJl· LAK. COURSE, the ANCTBNT and oyMNA8TICS, OU AO ES, CAUSTHENIC^ *f"ICCM information, P*~ Ο. M. Ho"* O·*™» myl7 6m3p Carton City. ί jboui»de®® wasted. __T Α Ν Τ Β D, AT THE OOLD HILI W Fotmdrr, THREE MOULDERS, fint «laas banda, tfood wtget, «ad «teady «mploy Bent ApptT »« ΰ» ioeafry· - ΛηΐΛ RUl Jon· 28.18W. Je®-tf OROCKRUa AND msCXLLANEOUS. NEW GROCERY STORE, Odd PeUow Huildlne. eOLDHlLL, E. J.~BÏA1Î, WHOLESALE ANDflETAIL GROCER. rI'HE UHDEBalGNED WOULD RE8PECT J. felly Inform the people of Cr„»n point K*. Tin·, Lower Gold Hill, mod Funlllc· u,, Hot«l Keeper· in the neighborhood of Odd Frl^w»' Hall, thai he hu recently opened a Family Grocery and Pro vin ο η Store, In the corner room of Odd Fellow·' Hall, where he wUl always keep on hand and for «ale, AT TBI LOirSST PRICKS ! A full and complete ttock of OKOCEHIE8 aao PROVISION'S, direct from the California mar ket·, eomprtainf, In pan—. TKAJS · e SUGARS, · COFFEE, SPICES, mail cAXjTtrrr, DRIED ΓΗΓΙΤ, OYSTERS, CANDLES, FLOUR, RICEC BUTTER, Prerieleme ·( All klid·! Aad.ln fact, all article· of con<nmptlos to be found In a flnt-rlu. Grocery MtablUhmeLt, « .. ..... E J- RYAN. Odd FeUow.· BalL Gold Hill. Jnne 1, lSfig. Jn) tf HO! evkkybody: 6R0CERIES[6R0 CEBITS! D. CBOSBY, On the Divide, Between Gold hiu and Virginia, u col· •tandy receiving and offrrtng for Ml· a lot of th· fln«-t FAMILY GROCERIES, Ever brought to tb« Virgtnia market, which I am offering at PBICEI TO SUIT TBE TI»EB ! And woold call th» especial attention of Famliie· to the fact that X am m1Ho( iu cheap If not cheap er than any Hoqm ihl* .ide of ibc Sierra Moun tain·, . nd of quality warranted to girt utlafac· Hon to tbe moat fas.idioo· ! e^Alto on band, a large and Dn« lot of CLOTH1NQ, βΒ5Τ§' rCBHISBINO GOODS. B«*u aid Ikw·, Of the best manufacture from tbe Ε altera and California market*. CyAlio, Agent for Foster h. Son·' CALIFORNIA LIQUORS. Of all description*, which I an. prepared to fnrnUh to saloon*, at rate* that would make It an object to call and examine the itock. AU Good· delivered tree of charge, and warranted gir>· entire •atutacllon. jela tf JUST ARRIVED!! 9,000 lbs. Bacon & Hams, OP THE FINEST QUALITY. OREGOK DRIED APPLES. 1,000 lb*. Freeh, Long and Sierra Valley Batter, Together with the 1 argent an 4 beet ►elected itock —OF— GROCERIES IN TUE CITY. Far Male at the l«wr*i pawftle rale·. CASH CUSTOMERS respectfully «olldt-a. —IT— W. vr. RTOrALL'K, Na. S Heath Β iirtei· Virginia. ηγ'Ά tf w Theatre Hall Saloon, GOI.D HILL. MIKE McCLUSKY TOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE F people of Gold Bill and eklnlty, that be opened * new and elegantly-fitted up SALOON, —Lf THE — GOLD HILL. THEATRE, Where be will be pier vd to see his old friend· and acquaintance·, and ι » man y new ones aa will patronise him. THE BAR It stocked with tbe *ery beet of Brandie·, Champagne, California Wine· and Wine Bitter*, Old Bourbon, And all Mod· of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINKS AND LIQUORS. —ALIO, THE — BB8T CIGARS IN THE MARKET. OjM Hill, Jone if. 1866. tf_ BATHS! BATIIS ! ! 1 PHE UNDERSIGNED IN . form· the public of Gold. Hill, and vicinity., that he entirely rrfltted bl· IIΑ Τ H r ROOMS—clean linen and Ruuien tuw«U: bot and cold water in abundance. Bath· erery day from sow on, 8pring and Summer. TOXftOBIALi The 8HATING SALOON ba. alw been reno vated, aud rofornlihed with new and keen more, elegant fancy >oap·, the flueit perfumery, and clean linen napkin·, etc. Hair CBTTWO aUo dose In the lateit asd belt •tylea TO THE I.ADIES. Dr Mayer would al«o tnfarn tbe Ladiei that be hù dtted op a PRJViTï Roo* for thera aad for children, where particular attention will be paid to Hair Corlioir. Cutting, and the applica tion of choice hair Keatoratlve· aod Coemeiice— under tbe direction of an artUt recently from ian Francuco. DBNTISTBY! Dr. Mayer will alio attend to Dental 8nrfery. anil laviun all who may seed bU Mrrlcea Cippiai, Bltedlagaal Letcblifptr· ftrard ia Ike Ural Style·. ALSO, for «ale, Freeh Hungarian and Swedltb Leeches. DR J. Ο MAYER. Proprietor. Gold Hill, June 23. 1S6& JeiO if For Horses.* Dr. Keen's Qreen Ointment. CAMPHORATED ΟΠίΤΜΕΧΤ AND N. F. LINIMENT. Also, Dr. Keen'· Oolio Medicine·. For 8ale at S. J. DKMV'i Drug Store, Gold HliL DR. KERN can alwav· be fonad at the above plate, where order· can be Irlt. Jot 3m Sportsmen's Emporium J Na. 63 Saath C f<trea«—Oar Dear North af Wflla, Karao <k Canpany'a Oflee, VIBOIWIA. NEVADA. SCHOLL & HOLMES, «IV ASD RIFLE MAKERS, AND IMPORTERS OP OUN8.RIPLE8, PISTOLS AND ALL ARTICLE8 APPERTAINING to tbe 8 porting Line. G on Material!, Rifle Barrel*. Ammonltloo, wboleaale and retail. Pf Exdnalre Agent· for Derringer'· Piitol». and Henry'« Patent Rifle. Repairing and new work neatlv and promptly eiecoted, 3m* Notice to Mill Mon. MB. HVOHEM ANNOUNCES TO the « Mill Meo of Storey county that be ha· opened a «hop on Main «treet. Gold Hill, oppotite Well», Pargo A Co., where he I· prepared to ! make to order IXPUTID MILL MCBEEN·.! OfaUda—aaddegrweof dnene*». Â.S=SUrawaraTK