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THE EVENING NEWS.
• Fikk at Silver Citt.—This, morning, between twelve and on?o'clock, β fire*»» discovered in «ho large frame boarding house on the east side of Main street, lower Silver City. This was the largest house in Silver, and was occupied by Mrs. Kelley as a boarding-house, known as the Merchant's Hotel. The flames had got such headway when they were dis covered, that it was soon apparent to the people who came to the rescue that it was impossible to save the premises, and their energies were accordingly directed to sav ing the buildings in the vicinity. Buckets and blankets were accordingly Quickly used, and there being plenty of water in the creek in the rear of the burning premises—and also in the wells— not another building was allowed to become ignited, although another large frame building stood within twenty feet of the burning mass. If other buildings had caught, another immense fire would have been the result, and a large amount of valuable property would have been des troyed. A gentleman who was present, and did good service, informs us that the men and women worked for three hours and a half before they overcame the further progress of tne tire. It is said that the flames broke out in an upper room of the building, and which had not been occu pied for several weeks, which creates sus picion that the tire was the work of an in cendiary. We have heard that there was an insurance policy on the premises of three thousand dollars, in the Manhattan Company. The total loss is reported at six thousand dollars. Mrstc Hall.—The new local extrava ganza entitled "The Merry Wives of Vir ginia," was produced for the last time last evening, to a good audience, it being taken from the stage at present in order to give room for the great sensation play of the "Woman of the World," which has been for some time in preparation, and will be produced for the first time this evening, with Ella La Kue a sLizzie Leonard. All the other characters are well cast, and we doubt not there will be a crowded house to witness it. "The Merry Wives of Vir ginia" has had a most unprecedented run, ahowing that there must have been some prettv substantial attractions about the piece somewhere. See the programme for this evening. Stovepipes.—Look out for 'eiu. Our fire officers are going round to-day and examining as to the danger, more or less, that can be avoided by a belter arrange ment of the sheet-iron flues. Some one said to us a day or two since that there would be great and sweeping conflagra tions in Gold Hill and Virginia City next fall. When wc inquired " Why so ? " we were told that many smoke-stacks had been put up in '63, and were now very thin, from long using. When big fires are again made in every stove in each house, you will find that roofs will be frequently put in a perverse blaze. Look out ! Esoise Company -No 1.—Virginia En gine Company No. 1 will meet for drill next Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. A full attendance of members is requested. This Company is about to purchase War ner & Muncton's drug store building, on Β street, near their ancient bouse, as η tabernacle for 'heir machine. So we are told by what e presume to be good au • Κλ», » «· Pav a· Attempted SuciDE.—A married lady, boarding at the International Hotel. Vir ginia City, tried to poison herself on yes terday by taking two ounces of laudanum. She was walked and medicined out of danger. Further particulars of the case are suppressed, by request of friends of the party recovered. Tue Cikcvs.—Lee & Ryland's grand Circus arrived in Virginia City this morn ing, and the first performance will begin this evening. On Saturday (to-morrow) afternoon at 2 o'clock a performance will be given, to enable everybody with hi» wife and children to attend. Mtxtxo St:it Settled.—We have been informed that the mining suit of Low vs. Crown Point Company has been settled for the aum of $33,OuO. Sj end- one of the most important mining cases that have been on trial in this State. • · A Chance.—An opportunity is offered to tome enterprising man with a cash cap ital to buy one-half interest of Light & Haviland'* livery stable and stock, in Virginia City. See advertisement under the head of "New To-day." Tows Lots.—The land officers will re main in Oold Hill on Saturday—the last day —to finish up the town lot bfisiness. All who have any contested cases had better be promptly on hand. Bullion.—There was shipped from Well», Fargo & Co.'s Oold Hill office, this afternoon, 9 bars of bullion, valued at Φ 1 / , ΊΟΟ 1V| ailU NCt^Uiil^ VIV |/uuuwa. Bullion.—Van Wyck & Sanchez, Gold Hill, received this morning, for melting and assay. 7.156 ounces of crude bullion. Contradictory Leoislation.—The Bulletin mentions it as an "ominous coin· dence. that at the very time when mem bers of Congress are calling upon the quartz miners of California to give the country three per centum of the net pro duct of their mines, an effort is being made to exempt iron, coal and oil products from Pennsylvania mines and wells from taxation, by the aid of the -manufacturing interest. Oil, coal and iron are all · raw materials lying at the basis of great branches of industry, and it is for the in· terest of the country that their production and sale should be to the greatest possible extent increased and cheapened.' " Education in Italy.—King Victor Emanuel rules over 21,777,334 Italian·, and it is stated that of these 16,999,701 do not know their letters, and of the remain der, 898,388 are almost unable to read. The number of more or less educated peo ple in Iuly ia 2.623,605 males and 1,260, 640 females. These figures become less astonishing when it is known that in 1863 there were but 29.422 schools in Italy, at which only 1,109,224 scholars attended. 209 communes do not possess a single school. During 1059, all the provinces of Italy, including the Austrian ones spent Mit $1,600,000 for education. Dr. Bellows, in a recent lecture, aaid ••hia visit to Washington had strengthened hia confidence and released his worst fears. That fear was based upon the suspicion that the President was a bad. a weak, a capricious man, whose body and spirit were both intoxicated with his elevation to power, and who, having disappointed and betrayed his party, was capable of any worse thing. I rejoice in being able to say that abundant opportunities were given me to dissipate that fear ; that I be lieve nothing of the indecent rumors touch ing the President's insobriety ; that 1 think him a very able, a very earnest, and a very patriotic man, honest in bis opin ions and prejudices." The population of the city of Buenos Ayres is estimated at 130.000, and during 1864 there were 6,810 births and 4,630 deaths. It ia stated. as a curious fact that in the births among foreigners, males, pre dominate; whilst in native families female children are most numerous. The condi tio! of the city ia said to be quite prospe rous, and the population ia atMdily in creasing. ARRIVAI.« AND DE PASTURE H. , Arrival·. BY ΤΗ Β PLACKRVÏLLB HOCTB! Mi*a Pugh Mr Hereford Ε F Merriam Martin Igo Τ Β Howard . MY THB DUTCH FLAT ROVTH : Mr* McCarthy , C L Low Q A McCortmck Ρ J Kennedy Thos Sunderland Capt R S Ogden Mr Elliott Mr Whistler H Bec It with J M Hill D Dritcoll Mr Hunter BY THB OVERLAND KOL'TB : C II Ο Harnett Wra McEldownv F M Griswold R D Pike ' M Van Winkle J F Smith John Carroll J Heldllnger Win Griswold Miaa J Cook Departure·. BY THB PLACERV1LLB ROtTTB : Mi>> Duris λ child J as Jamison Tho» Berry BY TUB DUTCH FLAT ROUTS: G Atwood Judge Aud Ε Ο Taylor Wm McXamara X Jeffers W Η Thrall A wf C Ρ Riney D Β Bentley M Van Winkle W A Roberta Mra W Κ Crouch BY THB OVERLAND ROUTH : Β Ellis M Ager S Marks Jas Reed G A McCormick Mis· Fitzgerald H Stroeling Thh Proposed Bondsmen—Tolera tion.—At the head of the liât of bonds men who arc anxious to go on Jefferson Davis" bail bond, stands Horace Greeley, the editor-in-chief of the leading Radical organ of the United States. Be assured this is neither a âction nor an untimely J joke. Mr. Greeley is actively and earn estly engaged in an effort for the arch· I traitor's enlargement, and stands ready to be one of those who shall become security for his appearance at Court when wanted. I do not citc the fact for the purpose of finding fault with the eccentric philoso pher of the Tribune; but the occasion seems a good one for suggesting a lesson of toleration to that gentleman and his Radical friends with reference to the views | of policy entertained by Conservative Union men who consider moderate, gener ous and liberal means the best calculated to bring the rebel masses into speedy and hearty reunion with us. Here is the chief of the rebellion, the head and front of a treasonable conspiracy which cost the na tion hundreds of thousands of human | lives and a public debt of $3.000.000,000. We remember bitterly that when our tens I of thousands of Union soldiers were | suffering or dying of pestilence, dis ease and starvation in Southern pri son-pens, Jefferson Davis was the so-called President of the Southern Confederacy, and that he is therefore re sponsible in a great measure for the more than devilish malignity which subjected our brave boys to uatold horrors, which they were not permitted to alleviate even by their own labor and efforts. There Is I too much reason to believe that he did | more than simply neglect reasonable pro vision for their comfort—that he at least conmvea ai a premeuitaiea >vsicm m in fernal outrage upon Union soldiers, with a specific view to rendering them unavail able for future service in the Union armies —reckless of the consequent death of thou sands who otherwise would have returned to their now widowed and orphaned fam ilies. It was under the auspices of this same civilized, educated and enlightened traitor, that Confederate agents were employed to introduce infectious diseases into North ern cities, to project raids for robbery and murder upon peaceful settlements on the Canada border, to destroy New York by conflagration, and to assassinate our Pres ident and his Cabinet. Does not all the world know that whenever one of these raiders, robbers, incendiaries, assassins or other conspirators were overtaken and trrpoted. he produced his commission from Jeff Davis ? Has the latter ever so much as denied his responsibility for or com plicity with these crimes at which a can nibal might well blush—crimes against the laws of war, no less than the diotates of humanity ?—Cor. S. F. Bulletin. An Anecdote op Daniel Webster.— I'he following anecdote is good enough for a second reading, if any one has chanced to meet with it before : When Daniel Webster was delivering his memorable speech at the dedication of the Bunker Hill Monument, the crowd pres»ed to such an extent that some were tainting and some were crushed. Officers strove in vain to make the crowd stand back. They svd it could not be done. Some one asked Mr. Webster to make an appeal to them. The great orator came forward, stretched forth his hand, and »atd, in deep, stentorian tones, ·· Gentle men, stand back." " It cannot be don· !" they shouted. "Gentlemen, stand back," said he, without a change of voice. "It is impossible, Mr. Webster, impossible." '•Impossible'?" repeated Mr. Webster, " impossible ? Sothing is impossible on Bunier Hill !" and the vast crowd swayed and rolled back like a mighty wave of the ocean. The Neoro Vote down South.—Your desire, as wa» said by a gentleman from Pennsylvania the other day, is to secure the right of the negro to vote in the South ./> ». m counterbalance the votes of the Copperheads and rebels. Do any gentle men suppose they could get the negro vote South? Every old master icould rote h is negro. You would not get them. Sir. I ask this House if it i· wise and just and proper to attempt to enforce upon these States such a condition before we will admit members who are legitimately en titled to seats here ? And what would this negro vote amount to? The gen tleman from Pennsylvania, Γ Mr. Ste vens,] in his first speech of the session on this floor said that by the operation of the infernal laws of slavery the negroes South were kept in such ignorance that they were unable to understand the plain est terms ot the simplest contracts. And a little further on in the same speech, that the right of suffrage should be conferred by Congress upon them ; thus placing in the hands of people so ignorant the desti nies of a country like this. Such Is the radical doctrine.—Rousseau's recent speech. It is reported that a few days ago Rev. Henry Ward Beecher crawled through a pipe in his new church organ, having been challenged to do so by one of his flock. Upon coming out, covered with dust and perspiration, he emphatically announced : "I want no man to tell me anything about this organ ; I know all about it ; I have been through it." For Horses. Dr. Keen's Green Ointment, CAMPHORATED OINTMENT AND Ν. V UNIMENT. Also, Dr. Keen'· Colic Medicine·. For Sale lit J. J. DKNXY'ft Drug Store, Gold HU1. DK. KEEN can alwava be foand at the above plac*». where ordem can bo left. Ja33m REMOVAL. Dr. CANTON'· OFFICE 18 REMOVED from the Maynard Block over the Exchange, to tbe ο (Bee over Judge Hall, In the Wlnterbaner Boildlng. Oold Hill. Jnly 9. 1866, lyfrlm* A Contract to Let. Proposals will be received for running a Tonntl at tb. Occidental Mine; .aid Tunnel to be SCO feet Ion». 61 f.et high and fuur feet wide. All bids must be sent to sltber the Foreman at th« mine, or at Weston L· Co.'i Mill, on or before THURSDAY, the 19th day of Jaly. WfiSTON Λ CO. Oold Canon, July 7,1866. JyT-lw MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. FRUITS. FRUITS. Tobacco and Cigar Store, Opposite Gold Hill New·. ALWAYS ON HAND, λ VERY GOOD As sortment of TOBACCO and CIGARS, MEERSCHAUM PIPES, NBW PATENT DOUBLE TUBE PIPE DOWN TO A CLAY PIPE. TOBACCO POUCHES. «-The Vlrclnla Gold Leaf Tobacco. "Ϊ» CANDIES. CUTLERY, STATIONERY, BLANK AND MEMORANDUM B00K8, Yankee notions. CHKAP FOR CASH. FBESH FRUITS ALWAYS ON HAND. cooking" apples. — ALSO — MOURDRY, FRESH GROUND COFFEE, Frenh Supply every day. λ. ποΝτηΐΝΥ. Ool.l BUI. Jaly 11.18S6. Jyll-tf Xj. elkus, NO. 7 NORTH C STREET, Between Union street and Sntton avenue, Has just received a large and âne as sort meut of FINE CLOTHING, HATS —AND— Furnishing Goods, ConaUtlag of FINK BLACK, BLUE A BROWN FROCK COATS, FINE CAS81MERE SUIT8, LATEST STYLES, SILK & VELVET VESTS, A Large Variety of SILK. FLANNEL A MERINO UNDER -CLOTHING, THE BEST FITTING WHITE SHIRTS SOCKS OF" ALL KINDS, A large variety of the Lateit Style* of ΈΞ -Α. X S , A large Auoatmeut of BUCK, Κ,ΙΠ AND DOESKIN GLOVES, Alao, a largo variety of CLOTHS, BEAVERS A»BUAB»l»lsttise Which we make up and guarantee to Fit TRI'SKS A\I» VALISES. All ot which we will >«11 Cheap for Cnah. L ELKUS, No. 7 C utrwt Jyg-lm Branch of L. ELKUS, Sacramento GOLD HILL MAHKET, MAIN MTKKRT, Next door to Son Francisco Restaurant. KEEPS FOR SALE but the very choicest of Meat·, of all description. Hotel·, Keatanranta and Faml len (applied at moat reasonable rate·. Order· received for SALTED MEATS, In de •irable quantlllei, and delivered to caatomer·. The attention of Mill Men, and Superintend ent· of Mine· 1· called to onr auperlor article of TALLOW, carefully rendered,and expreaaly put up for machine nae. 1 Meat Market· «applied dally wlthfln· BEEF. VEAL., JICTTON and POBI Home-cured Hams & Bacon FRESH PURE LARD, la Can·. _«ar. Slaughterer· furnished with Live Stock, Horned Cattle or 8heep. at «horl notice. Order· received at the office. Gold HU1 Market. L. T. FOX Si CO., Proprietor· Gold Hill. July 10. 18*6. ly 10 tf St. CHARLES iHARKET nilN STREET, Oppoalle Ecllpoo mil Gold Hill. A Τ THIS MARKET CAN AL-„ V way* be found th« choicest meat·— BEEP, ηΐ'ττοΝ, TEAL·, PORK. A'«o, Pork Sanaage· constantly on hand, and held at the loweat market price. Private famillea and Hotel· will find It for their advantage to patronlxe thla market, where they will alwaya be anpplled with the be«t meat· the country can afford. FT*· ndered tallow for mill and mining pn poses conatantly on hand. HAYES A CO. JylO tf Fashion Restaurant. GOLD HILL, (OPPOSITE JUDGE HALL'S OFFICE.) λ a "s» ΦΗΕ MUBMCBIBEB, HATING 1 bought οα) thin popular EATING HOUSE, would solicit a continuance of tbe patronage here tofore extended to the establishment. Tbe Eating Department will be (applied with everything the market· afford. L*4|lag··—Excellent Lodging* can al» be obtained. JOHN NIXON, Proprietor. Oold Hill, July β, Ιβββ. tf J. T. WELTO», Watchmaker & Jeweler, Has openkd a place of bum· -, ne·· opposite the Vesey Hotel, VyV «OLD HIM. SZM J Κ WEI-Κ V MADE TO OBDBB, By workmen of long experlenco and akUL Watches, Clocks & Jewelry Repaired WITH ΝΕΛΤΝΚΜ AND DISPATCH. Γ^Ν. B.—All work warranted. Qold Hill, Jaly 9, 1866. JySMf HENNE & RAP Ρ, Philadelphia Brewery, VIRGINIA, NKV. C Street* head of Smith Street· £SP* The beat of Lager Beer at wholesale and retail Gold Hill cuatomem aapplled on abort notice. Virginia, July 2,1866. JyS-tf ICE. ICE. ICE1 Notice to the Public. ΤΉΕ UNDERSIGNED, DEALERS IN THIS JL Sommer luxury, beg 1mt« to preaent tbe fol lowing statement to their nunierou· cuitom.ra and tbe public generally; that we hare supplied the cltlea of Virginia and Qold Hill wltb all the Ice It hai consumed during the last five year*. That oar expenses In patting up the Ie« In the Winter seaeon, together with colt of transporta tion 1· too great to warrant u· In selUng It at the praeent prieaa; therefore be It known that on and after MONDAT. July 9, 1ΘΜ. nolo· will be •old by tbe aodertlgned for leu than Fair Cents per Fsssi 0. M. FOSTER. Jy9-Im R. HUMAN. GILLIG, MOTT 4 CO.'S COLUMN. GILLIG, MOTT & CO. HARDWARE, STEAM GOODS, STOVES —ANI>— TINWARE. OILLIG. MOTT & CO., C«ra«r Ο uU Taylar >lmU,Tir|lii·, GILLIG, MOTT A. CO., IHe«4«w Like Clly,—..Ctllltril·. GILLIG, IÎIOTT 4CO., tacnmit· mad Sa· Fruiln·, Cul. IMPORTERS —AlfD— WHOLESALE DEALERS • IN ALL KINDS j-or Hardwirfi Dim· Oe»d·, Belli·*, Om PI pi, (Mm, |Tln and Capper Ware, rffrlraHiw^HfartoaMtiJBtr., Me. GILLIG. MOTT Λ CO.. ^JPirepraaf Brick Balldiag·,) CORNER C ΑΝΙ» TAYLOR STRKRTS, VIRGINIA, ' QFFER FOR SALE. AT THE LOWEST Bran» Good», Stovea, Tin ana copper Ware, etc. Onr atock will be fennd eery com plete, baring been carefblly «elected lor tbli Market. The following comprise· a part, only, of onr ■tock : 330,000 A· Bar Iron, round and aqnare, all elte· 25.000 It· Boiler Plate; 60.000 IS· 8heet Iron ; 45.000 »· •"hoe Shape, all iltea ; 14,000 »· Caat-Kteel, Blliter Steel, and To· Cork Steel : Nail Rod, Band Iron ; 16,000 n· Track Iron ; 6.000 IB· Bar and Sheet Copper; 16.000 Β ■ Lead Pipe, rarloni il«e« ; 48.000 'eet Gaa Pipe, J to 4 Inche· ; 3,000 feet I. R. Iloae, all lltea ; 150 dozen Hole Bibb· ; 300 doten Elbow· and Coupling· ; 50,000 Carriage Bolt·, all altee ; 16,000 Machine Bolt·, all (lie· : 600Globe Valve*. 200 Anvil· and Vice· ; SO Bellow·, variona alie·; Rlacktmltht' Tool· ; Scale·. Qrlndttonei ; 400 Wheelbarrow· ; 300 doten Ax, Pick and Sledge Handle·, Coal ; 1,000 doten Look·, Hinge·, Bntt·, Tack»; Knlve· and Pork·, Spooni : 1,000 kega Bla»tlng Powder ; 100doten Pick·; Rorax: Balling Wire and Rope, 600 keg· Nail·, all aliet ; 100 boxea Tin. GILLIG, MOTT * CO., Comer ofC aid Taylor ttreata, Virginia. STOVES I STOVES!! WE OFFER FOR SALE, AT THE LOWEST Price·: 1,000Cooking Stove·, Parler Stove·; all tlae· ·9^ Box Stovel ; Sheet Iron Stevei. GILLIG, MOTT 4c CO., Corarr of C and Taylor atroeta, Virginia. TIN and COPPER WARE. IMPORTED AND OF OUR OWN MANU factnre—a large a tock constantly on hand, FOR SALI LOW. BY GILLIG. MOTT &. CO., Coraor of C Taylor aid atroeta, Virginia. DOORS. WHTDOWSHamnilvn «II·..·.» WE HAVE A FULL STOCK ON HAND, of various «IK·, ted at low rates. GILLIG, MOTT & CO., Corner of <■ and Taylor (treat·, Vlrrlnln. XO RANCHMEN ! pOR 8 A LK — Keapera and Mowirm Scythe», Halllni) I'loirs, Bolllnc Wire; Axes, MhoTpla, Hpadea ; Pitchforks, Iloea | Rope, etc., etc. GILLIG, MOTT 4c CO., VIEGINIA. Kubbor and Leather BELTIISra, 16,000 ^Jîiaî*87 QUAL TT' FOR 8ALÏ (τ·Γ7 low) BY GILLIG, MOTT ft CO., CoraerofC and Taylor streets, Virginia. « XO MILL MEN! WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH Qoarti Mills with the bent kinds of punched Screens. We Aare a superior HCRBEN PUNCHING MACHINE! And (turant*· satisfaction In all cases. IT Order* Respect/ally Solicited. "S* GILLIG, MOTT & CO., OOR1VEH. C AND TAYLOR STREETS, VIBGIWIA. •J·"' " uaietfl '·* DUT GOODS AND CLOTHING. S. HAAS & CO., GOLD HILL, Would Invit· the Attention of the Public to ear Large and Select Stock of Spring and Summer CLOTHING! IN California-Made BUSINESS SUITS, WHICH ARB UW8DRPA88ED —foii ELEOANCE AND DURABILITY! FRENCH CAS8IMERE and BLACK DREW* ΜΠΙΤ* » Ofthn Ultit Htrlc nod Imporfnllon. Gents' Furnishing: Goods, " INIENDLKSS VARIKTY f| BOOTS & SHOES, BUBBER GOODS Of Ihe Beat nuafiiclnrr, J|hats AND CAP8.Q TRUNKS! VALI S Ε S! Ν BLANKETS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! Hirtu the Laricat Retail Bailnew.of ur Firm to tbe Stmt·) enable* 1% te Import a More Varied Stock, and Better Salted to the Wanta ef the People • thao a Brother House t I nr AU peraoni in want of a Good, Genteel and Serviceable Outfit, ahonld not fall to call an examine our atock before parchaalng elaawbere. S. HAAS Se CO., OppoalM the Fmi Ofltcr. t(J Spring & Sommer Goods ! Jul Rocfiml m| ffl. FRAIVKEIVHEtTIER'S Next Deer to W., F. Mc C·'· EiprfulOOre eOliD HIM/, * A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED 8TOOX of 8PRIKG AND 8UM.HEII Dry Gk>ods! Oonxlftlac a Geoeral Auortmrat of Dry Goods, Silk Cloaks l,Ulw>,niHM>n4 Children's SHOES Etc., Etc.. which will be (old u-j CHEAP FOR CASE A· MO k· obtained In tbli Slat*. M. FRAMtBNHMMB*· Sold Hill, Much 31,1885. ' " j. ΒΑΡΜ & hrq.'s cor.cyy. J. BAUITI & BHO, —RATI— EEMOVËD To their Sew Store, Two Door· below Well·, Farco Ac Co.'· Bxpre*· Office, GOLD HILL, AND ARE NOW OPENING THEIR SUMMER STOCK —or— GENT'S CLOTHING, — ΑΝΊ) — FURNISHING GOODS! ' — AT — GREATLY REDUCED PRICE*!! J. HAITI Ac BRO., (Two Doors below Well·, Fargo &, Co.'* Office,) —KXXP— CONSTANTLY OUT HAND: Broad Cloth Frock G'oau, nil color·. Beaver Cloth Frock nnd Hack Coat·, all color·. Baalneaa Coat·, Fancy nnd Plain. Beaver Cloth nnd Doeakln Pnnt·. Fnncy CaRilmerr Pnnt· of Utrm Btylea nnd Color·. Velvet, Silk, Plunh, Cloth, nnd Cnaalmere Ve»tm all Pattern· nnd Htylea. J. BAIJITI & Β Β Ο., KKKP OS HAND BOOTS, SHOES, ΊΙ " t£h*. GAITERS. ALSO : jjHATS, CAPS,, pyThe Largeit Aiuortment In the State. ^3 ΙΙΛΤΜ of the Newent Pattern and all color», coniliting of Beaver, Fur, Cloth and Caailmere. DaTl· & Joue·* and othrr Celebrated Dinkera of WHITE SHIRTS. "Fancy Cloth and Ouaalmere OVER· SHIRTS. INDIAN TAN BUCK OLOVEB. BLANKETS, ALL COLORS. TRUNKS, VALISES, TRAVELINGS BAGS, Etc., Etc.. HOSIE ΈΙ "5Γ , -or— Ererr Description* Wholesale & Retail. J. BAUM Λ: BRO.. ..PS"" Two Door· below Well·, Fargo it Co.'» Expre·· Office. Paid Hill, Jnno 89, 18fiti. Je29-tf GEORGE P. 1VORRILL. DRUGGIST, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Ν·. 1β ^i^VirihlaCltr· t Ηβη I h € »iml IMA !**»«<·■ For 8nie nil the lending and gennlnr PATENT MEDICINES, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, FINE TOILET GOODS, % Physicians Prescriptions CAREFULLY prepared. TRUSSES AND ABDOMINAL SUP· PORTERS. COMBS, BRUSHES, FINE AMERICAN, FRENCH and RNGLI8H PERFUMERY, FINE CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS VARNISIIEH, elc.elt For fale, the far-famed IRON MIXTURE —*ND CAMPHOBATED INJECTION All article· told are warranted to b« of the b«it quality, and ax mpr««ntrd. PRICES LOW TO SUIT THE TIM EH t7*Beaaeaab«r Ike dlncll··.^] QEOHQE P. MORRILL, » Apothecary and Druggist, No. 1β SOUTH C STREET, Virginia City Nevada. fJylQ'fl , IS Ο τ I C Ε - _ νιη(ΰΓί CO.'8 EXPRE88 OF· «TO SfigStlBUI.>UI be on SUNDAY. .XVh REMOVED Into the lame room with Bank of ^îaHfornle. W. ft Bla0v«.t I. ap· pointed Agent ^'uA PAROO * CO. t By J. H. Latham, Agent. Oold Hill, Jn'T 6. jgg; ^* lw For Rent. Brick building, gold hill, ml heretofore occupied by Well», Fargo & J™ t0 BAH* OP OALIPOBSU. QR0CER1ÛS ANUMlbCELLAX EOC6. NEW GROCERY STOKE, Odd K'ellow·' Uuildlne. GOLD HILL. E. J.ÛÏAM, WHOLESALE AND_RETAIL GROCER. 'I HE UNDEKalONED WOULD HKNfLCT X fully Inform the peuple ut Crt*.u 1'oiut Ka· vine, Lowef Gold HUI, and Familir· m,. n0t«|. Keeper· in the neighborhood of Odd Follow»' Hall, that he baa recently opened a Family Grocery and Pro viiion Store, In the corner room of Odd Fellow·' Hail, η here be will alway· keep on band and for aale, AT THE LOWEST PBICBS ! A fall anâ complete itock of QBOCER1E8 ana PROVISIONS, direct from the California mar ket·, comprlaing, in part— ΤΚΑΛ, SUGARS, CXIFFEE, spices, syrups, CAM.FRUIT» DRIED FRUIT, OYSTERS, CA.NOLE8, FLOUR, rice,: BUTT£R, Pr*Tielni«l All Hlnda! And. In fact, all article· of consumption to be found in a firat-cla·· Grocery establishment. E. J. RYAN, Odd Fellow·' Hall. Gold Hill, June 1,Ι8ββ. Jul tf HO : EVKUYllODY ! GROCERIESTgROCEBIES! D. CBOSBY, On the Divide, BETWEEN Gold Hill and Virginia, I· con· ■tontly recelviog and offeriug I or «aie a lot of the tint.·st FAMILY GROCERIES, Ever brought to the Virginia market, which I am offering at PBICEM TO HUIT THE ΤΙ.7ΙΕ»! And would coll the eepecial attention of Fainllle· to the fact that I am lulling as cheap if not cbeup t-r than any lionne thl» wide of the Sierra Moun tains, ι nd of qnallty warranted to givo »ati»foc· tlon to tho mutt famldluti» I tarAImo on hand, a largo and tlno lot of CLOTHING. OENTM» FURftlftllKftG GOODM, Boela nod Hhee·, Of the be»t manufacture from the Ε intern and Calllornla market*. tyAUo, Agent for Foeter & Son·' CALIFORNIA LIQUORS. Of all dcRcription», which I am prepared to furnifth to «αίοοηκ, at rate* that woald make it an object to call and examine the »tock. All Qooda delivered freo of charge, and warranted give entire «atlutactlon. Jel2 tf MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. J. W. WILSON, CITY SEXTON, —AND— General Undertaker, N·. 3« NOVTH Β MTBEBT, WBKBK CAM BK VODKD Λ general aaaorttntnt of «very aiyln of COFFINS, Coffin Trimmings, CRAPE, SII It OLD*, AND EVERYTHING USED IN THE Undertaking: Line. Δ FINE~HEARSE AND CARRIAGES ALWAY8 IN READ1NE88 TO ATTEND FUNERALS. Ια thl· and adjoining Coantlee. ftyParticular attention paid to PREPARING BoblES FOR SHIPMENT to California and iha Atlantic 8tatea. w. mLsjON, A„et. BABSTOW'8 PATENT Metallic Burial Casket, CAN OHLY BE FOOD COW· atantlv on hand, at J. W. WILSON S, City Sexton, No.26 Β atreet, Virginia. Thla Caaket la Ibe moat Beautiful and Reliable Burial Case now In nae. NATHANIEL GltAY, Undertaker, San FrancUco, jyl »f General Agent. BATHS ! BATHS ! ! THE UNDERSIGNED IN- CB — 1 form· the public of OoM —t. Hill, and vicinity, that 11'· ha» entirely refitted 111· Il 1 Τ11 TmI " * T " * ι ■ ROOMS—clean linen and Ru»Uu twwvU; nut and cold water In abundance. Bath· every day from now op, Spring and Summer. TONMOHIA l> ■ The SHAVING SALOON ha. al«o been reno· yated, and refurnished with new and keen rmon, elegant fancy aoap·, the flne»t perfumery, and clean linen napkin·, etc. Hair Cgtti.no alto done In the laMat and belt ■tylea. TO THE liADIER. Dr. Mayer would al«o Infora the Ladle· that he baa fitted up α Private Room for them and for children, where particular attention will be paid to Hair Curling, Cutting, and the applica tion of choice hair Restorative· and Cosmetic·— under the direction of an urtlat recently from San Francisco. DENTÏNTBV! Dr. Mayer will al«o attend to Dental Surgery, and Invite· all who may need hi· service·. Capping, Hlordloc nad Lfrcklafptr· forinrd la the Brat Mljrlea. ALSO, for noie, Freah Hungarian and Hwodlah Lffch», DR. J. O. MAYER, Proprietor. Gold Hill, June 23, Hjft!. j«23-tf Chubbuck & Plieian, POST OFFICE, GOLD HILL, DEALERS IN BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY, CIGARS 'AND TOBACCO. EASTERN MAGAZINES. PAPERS AND ΡΕΙΜβΒΚΑΙΛ Sacramento Daily Union, San Francisco Daily Bulletin, (Vllrered m SO Crut» p«r week. Baiter· Periedical· nad Paper·. · Bit each. Itfosnzlnea, U Ac. 3 Bit*. [JulS tf) QUICKSILVER ! UNTIL Fl'BTHEB NOTICE TH* f RICK or QUICKSILVER WILL IE 64 Cents Per Pound1 AGENCY : BANE OF CALIFORNIA, I VIRGINIA AND GOLD HILL. « .fjrt tt