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THE EVENING NEWS.
Τ·μ<» Ereilii Sept. M. 1SC9 Mare «I White Pine. We bad the pleasure of « «bake hands this morning with Thomas Cordiell, well known to most people at Virginia'as a prominent resident and an excellent man generally—even if he is a Demo crat. He got back from White Pine yaiterday morning, and as a general thing speaks well of the new Silverado and its prospects, although he dors not talk of going back there immediately. He says things are rather dull there at presant, but are looking up a little, aud will com· out all right next season without α doubt. He speaks of Mike McCluskty, Brier, Jack White anil many, other old Gold Hitlers and Virgioiaus as healthy and hopeful and liaale to do well· Neither of them hare been killed any as yet, although trom the way men ar· getting shot, killed and cut up ο it there the White Pioers do not lack for daily sensations in that line. It nrint be some like Virginia City was in tli» early times—a " man for breakfast" served'up quite frequently. Last Saturday afternoon, at Hamil ton, according to the Inland Empire, Johnny McGlade, the noted pugilist, was shot by α young man named John Leonard, with a Deringor pistol. The ball took effect iu the abdomen, nbout two inches to the right and above the narel, and McGlade died from its e3>ets in about 13 minutes. Tbo shooting took place in the Fashion saloon, and was simply the result of α difficulty oc curring some 20 minutes previously, in whicb McGlade knocked Leonard down twice with a " billy," such as is some times used by policemen or foot-pads, inflicting a Yery ugly and painful cut or brois· on the left cheek bono, near the eye, and also another ner.r the fore head ; outsiders interfering prevented further injuries. As soon as Leonard had partially recovered ho staggered out of the saloon, but shortly afterward returned with a pistol. Meeting Mc Glade about tbo center of the saloon, he approaebed him, mado some remarks not understood by any of those who were present, and instantly Π red the fa tal shot. 11 McGlade exclaimed, " My God, I am killed 1" or words to that ef fect, and moving out towards the front door of the saloon, rested upon α friend, to whom be remarked, " My goose is cocked 1 I am a dead man !" lie was quickly conveyed to a room over the Silver Brick saloon, where, 15 minutes later, be breathed bis last. Meantime a •nrgeon was summoned, but bis services were of no avail. Immeeiately after the shooting, Leonard ran down to the Station-home uud gare himself up to Marshal O'Keefe. He has the appear ance of being α mere boy, and from all account* bas heretofore been quiet and peaceably disposed. He formerly lived in Sacramento, where some of bis rela tives still reside. McGlado was an Irishman by birth, aged about 37 years, and widely known throughout the Uni ted States as a prominent number of the P. R.—having fought 24 battles. The funeral of Ileubeu Cross, shot in a dispute about a wood ranch the day previously near Hamilton, was well attended by a large procession of citi zeos and friends, in carriages, on horse back and on foot. Anderson Cross, brotberofdeceased, also sbotutthe sauie time, ie still alive, aud bis friends have Strong bopes of his ultimate recovery. New discoveries of precious mineral are being daily made. Oa Saturday last Abraham Gould (locator of the Gould & Carry mine), Bob Tyler and James Pearce brought in some samples of ore from Spring Valley District, says the Empire, which will equal anything in White Pine. Some of it shows pure silver and assays as high as $13,000 per ton, without a trace of base metal ex cept a little copper. Spring Valley District ii 60 miles west of Hamilton and 25 miles south of tbe road leading to Austin. During tbe week ending last Saturday there was shipped from White Pine ballion to tba amount of $63,S57 26. This is exclusive of the shipments from Newark, and also of tb· metal bullion shipped from Swansea, which wculd probublv swell the amount to $75,000. Piria'e Opïra House.—Owing, prob ably, to most people wailing over until to-night, in order to see the " Green Monster," the attendance at the Opera House last evening was rather ligbt. Tbe entertainment, however, given bv .. 1 ^ IUQ dnitlurk»· » | " -««r ' - · J © -, . a· usual. The closing piece—tbe " Brig and'· Punishment"—finishing up with a splendid tableau, illuminated with | Bengal fire, was especially fine To- j night tbe grand piece of the season, so long and actively :n preparation, vfill be produced ia grand style. It is tbe " Green Monster." All who bave ever witnessed it are glowing in their de scriptions and approval of it as a play of ttarvelously peculiar merit, replete with wonderful transformations, re markable feats of agility, trick scenes and amusing incidents. The piece costs over $400 to put upon tbe Opera House stage, which, together with the scenery, etc., has been terribly cut up and mod eled just to suit tbis play. The Marti· netti's will do tbeir level best to-nigbt, giving two or three other new and choice pieces, in addition to the Green Monster. IsoifT">?a and Useful Μαοιπνβ.—, At Fredericks' well known paint and furnishing store, C street, Virginia, this morning we were shown a very neat, (impie and ingenious little machine for trimming the edges of wall paper. The roll of paper revolves on a wire thrust through the centre of it, and unrolling a· a crack is turned, tho edpee to be trimmed passes between a couplo of cir cular knives, and is neatly rolled up at the other end of tbe machine, as before, with the edge taken off smoothly and evenly, far more so than by either (cissori, or a straight-edge and knife, and in one-twentieth of the time. The machine it tbe invention of Messrs. Gould & Perry, of Reno. It is only about a couple of feet square, and 13 indeed a useful arrangement. It can be seen at Fredericks'. Taa Cbaxpiok Ccc.—Tamkin, winner of tbe champion cue of Nevada, played a match game of billiards at the Washoe Exchange Billiard Saloon last evening with Brimacomb, who bad challenged him, for tbe cue and $100 in coin—500 pointe. Tamkin won. Subsequently they played another challenge game for tbe cue and $50 in coin. Tamkia won again. Brimacomb still bas hopes, and now challenges him for the cue and $200 in coin. Fia· Am*.—The ruins of the Wash ington Brewery started burning again tbli morning, about 4 o'clock, causing an alarm, which brought out some of the machine*. Engin,, Xo». t and 5 played on the fire and put it 0nt. Still arria Tain—Washoe Engine Company No. 4, Virginia, Btt, after 4ronee and delinquents again at a spe cial meeting this evening. All inter eited bad better be on hand without fall to-night. ARRIVALS AND DBPARTCRES. Arrival·. mr wr.u.e, yahoo and co.'» lixb. A Rothchild, Mr Willougbby, A Smith Mrs Nye, Mr WiUon, Mr Thayer, C A Ha· ley. J Ôwen, L D Willey, Mr McKinnejr, A Williams, J Sulloy, J Keller, Mi<s Armimr, Mis» O'Ncil, Mr Davis, Mr Mason, Mr An· drews, C J Sulley, M Cohen, Β Lapadine, J M Smith, Mr· Reynolds, Mr Nye, Ρ Ford, Mr Daley, Τ G Melchute. Β Smith. W Ham ihoa, Mr» McKinney, C Oook. J Ε Isaacs, J J.ihns. Mrs Armijer, Mr Douglas, Τ Β Smith, Mr Buckuer.A Mulek, Mr Colridge, Τ Cordieli, C M Connor, Τ Delany, A L Comstock, Miss Reynolds, Miss Tu'usig, Β Gray, Mr Putman, D Ρ Brown, M Rich, D C McCarthy, C White, Mr Strrcis, J W Ad am*, J W Xewland, Mrs O'Neil, Β Newman, Mr· Graham, C Rcvsc, Mr Davies, M Bowie, A Flctchcr. Departure·. ■T WELL*. T\ItOO ANS CO.'β LIXB. Nellie Brimmer, M Goodman. Mrs Mitch ell, Gen Davis, Mrs Donohue, Mr Crotop, L Roderick·, R Bell, Miss Stevens, Mr Griffin. I G Jones, D Costaria·, Mr Smith, M Har binger. M Gunnine, Mrs Meyers, Mme Del mas, Ε Prcscott, Mr Bullfinch, Wm Nelich, Ο Η Baker. A Ilermit, Jas Williams, W Η Brown, H Neleigh, Mr Malonc and wife, Mrs Harlcv, Jno Paine, Mme Mauge, Jesus Cota: Wm Kcnnry, Mrs Carter, Wm Scanlen, Mar^r Jane McDuŒe, Mr Carter, L Ρ Drcx lcr. bt vrooDBCrr and snnoh's lixb. Chas Bodiien, Wm Shea, Jno Mullin, R Hars, Geo Archularious, Β F Wallace, j Β O'Ncil, Β Feig, J F Davis. Tne Scarcity or Watbr.—Owing to an unusually dry state of th· weather, the rivors, strciiiu3 and springs through out the country, seem to be particularly low this summer, so much so that in Philadelphia, Xew Y'ork and other citie9, great complaint is being made at pres ent of the scarcity of water. Ilero in Virginia and Gold Hill we also have rather α scarcity of water, owing to the spriu^s furnishing th· supply getting low. nt scarcity or water in niua delphia dates from the great whisky conflagration of some five weeks ago, whereby no less than 25,000 barrels of that popular beverage were destroyed. The inference is that since then the Philadtlphian* havo been obliged to dtir.k water. They always considered water good enough to wash and batho in, with proper precautions, but now they Cud it good to drink, hence the unusual complaint and scarcity of it, extending even to New York and Boston. Profiting by the sad experience of the Philadelphia folks, perhaps it would be as well for the people of Virginia to attend well to the safety of the whisky supply, lest they, too, might be reduced to the calamity of having to drink water. A Commissioned Reporter.—By ref erence to onr Carson items it will be seen that Frank Fanngtoo is commis sioned as Ordnance Officer on the staff of General Johu B. Winters. We re joico in the promotion of our ancient comrade of 'be répertoriai penrll. When he used to be common reporter at Virginia he used to hare a good many city ordinaices come nnder his hands, therefore the appointment is an emi nently fit and judicious one. Hurrah for Major Farington ! Dead.—Mon». Laraolle, well known to alt the French residents of this sec tion, as formerly keeping a restaurant oa uorth C street, Virginia, latterly at Meadow Lake, and still more recently at Winnemucca, died at San Francisco a day or two since, whither he tad gone on acconnt ofill health. PfiEACtnso Το-Χιοπτ.—As we stated yesterday, Rev. Mr. Latbrop will give another of his very eloquent and inter esting sermons this evening at the Pres byterian Church, South C street, Vir ginia. A free and cordial invitation is extended to all to attend. SPECIAL" NOTICES. Λ Fasiilt Sewing Machine or a Silver Watch given to evsry club rf subscribers to .4rno/J'j Magazine. Persons raising half a club have tbe choice of a set of Silver Forks, Table or Tea Spoons. Agents wanted, male and female. Large wages paid. Send for full particulars. Address Francis k Co., care box 2,021, San Francisco, Cal. selMt Look Ulue! Re\d Τπμ!—S. Haas & Co., tho pioneer clothing firm of Gold Hill aud Virginia, are in fui I receipt of the very latest fill styles of fine clothing, business cuits, and gents' furnishing goods of every description, from the best and most popular manufacturers in the East, which they are selling CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAP EST. Their extensive stock is composed of the best material, carefully selected and made up in the best possible manner. Patronize home institutions. We allow none in our line of business to undersell us. HAAS & CO., sel-tf Main street. Gold Hill. CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD, V» t 1 .« U, Mr...w,u , ' Train leav··* Sacr.uncnto daiiv at 0:30 a. x. ; arrive. at Junction, 7:40 a. x. ; Colfax, 9:40 a. m.; Reno, 4:00 r m ; Wadswqrth, 6:10 r. M. ; Carlin, 7:30a.m.; Elko. ft35 a.m.; Promomorv, 10:00 p. M. : Omaha. 3:10 P. M. ; CMcago, 4:15 i\ a. ; New York. 6:30 A. 31. RETURNING.—Express Tratu leave* Prom ontory daily, 4:10 p. * ; arrives at Junction, 12:30 p. >!. : Sacramento. l:Ju P. fl. TUROl'GH TIME GOING EAST. —From Sacramento to Omaha, 4 day» and 7 hour» : to Chicago, 5 day* and 7 hours ; to New York, 7 day*. TWO TRAINS DAILY (Sunday* excepted) leave Sacramento 0:30 Α. κ. and 2 p. w. ; arrive Junction 7:40 a.m. aud 3:13 p.m.; Marvsvilli·, 0::*) a. M. and 5:30 p. x. Leave* Marvsvilie 5:30 a. M. and 10:10 a. *. ; arrive* Junction 7:30 A. x. and 12:20 p. x. : Sacramento 10:00 A. x. and 1:20 P. M. THROUGH FARE REDUCED.-From San Francisco or Sacrameuto to Omaha, $(>3 25; to St. Louis, $!)* 50; to Chlcaje, $97 50; to New York. SUS 50: to Boston. $114 75. SILVER PALACE SLEEPING COACHES are ran dally from Sacramento to Proaioatorv. Dcible Lower Berth. $5 00; Dauble Upper Ber!h, $5 « ; State Rooms, $12 00. Douolo Berths accomm jdate two persons ; State Rooms, four per-Ou». SECOND CLASS TRAINS leave Sacramento daily ^Sunday* excepted) at 2:00 r. M. Fare to Omaha, $13 CO; St. Louis, $45 00; Chicago, $15 00; New York, $55 00. CHILDREN not over Twelve (15) years of gee, Half Faro; under Five (5) years of age, Free. IOO POUNDS OF BAGGAGE (per adult passenger) Free. 30 Pounds Bairgago (per child between 5 and 12 years of age) l-ree. EXTR ν BAGGAGE (over lOOlbs.) between Sacramento and Omaha (currency) $13 per 100 pounds. C. CROCKER, Gen'l Sup't, August 17,1S69. Ml-tf FAST FREIGHT ! WE ARE PREPARED TO FORWARD Fast Freight to Virginia City and vicinity with dispatch and at 2,<< cw. per peund. We wlQ ALSO RECEIVE FREIGHT —FOR— · WHITE IPIISTE ! At anv of onr offices, and forward the aame with dlspatcn at LOW RATES. Mark goods care Woodruff A Ennor, Fast Freight, and send Steamer Receipt* to Sacra mento ofllcc. _ _ OFFICES-SSI Clay street, San Francisco; 26 J street. Sucrauionto, and 83 South C etreet, Virginia City. Our Stages Leave Virginia AT 10 A. M. AND 1· P. M., DAILY FOB ΒΕΛΟ, CONNECTING WITH THE CARS. w """"""""SSffiSi. MISCELLANEOUS. · SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS — AT — REDUCED PRICES ! JÛST RECEIVED. A LAHGE AND WELL Selected, Most Desirable Stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. yankke xotionh, Laillr»'I .Mines' and Children'» Hotlerr» Lndle«', Ml···*' nnd Children'· Shoe·, (Made te my Order.) HA VINO FACILITIES IN BUYIKO GOODS A· Cheap, li not Cheaper than any other House This Side of Snn Franclacoi I am determined to sell as Low. If not Lower, than any House In this Statu. Ladles of Ooid Π111 and Tlclnlty are respect fully invited to call and convince themselves. M. FilANKKNHEI.MRR. Gold Hill. September 13.1809. . seljtf GEORGE P. MORRILL, APOTHECARY ^ AND DRUGGIST Λ TMPOKTER OF ALL ARTICLES USUALLY I kept In ami about a Drue Store. All for rale at the LOWEST PRICES that can be afforded for No. 1 poods. SEEDS. SEEDS. SEEDS. Jn»t received. 5,000 paper» Flower Seed·, di rect from Thorbttrn's, New York. A bsautifUl assortment indeed. Also on hand, all kinds of Vegetable Seed». warranted Κre.h Hud Genuine, In quantities to cult, either by the pound or in email paper*. OBORCE P. raOIIKILL, No. 16 South t' ulreet, Virginia. Importer of Dmsr* and Seeds, and for Mile at Wholesale aud Retail. anSl-ls-lm SODA. WATER, Carbonic Acid Water, A HEALTHY AND REFRESHING DRINK, made under a high pressure by the use of William Uee"» Apparatus. Just received direct from the manufacturer in New York. The Fountain is lined with Seamless Pure Block fin. and consequently the wuter is warranted to bo entirely tree from all deleterious sub· stances. I liavo always bandy by some Bicarbonate of Soda forar anti-scld. ιίηιΙ Rochelle Salt» (active ingredient of Seidlitz Powders) for an aperient and cathartic—both very efficacious—without eitra charge, with the soda (which disguises the taste of both); and all kinds of syrups always on hand. I am also prepared to bottle Soda for FAMILY USE, with or without flavor. Call aud see for yourselves. Price—One Bit per irlass at the counter, and Ten Tickets for One Hollar. OEOltUK P. MORRILL, Apothecary, 10 South C street, Virginia. Virginia, September 10, ISC#. lm it. r.. wood κ err, j. w. woonRvrr. n. t*. sicriRLAXB Gold 11.11, Nov. Nevada, Cal. Sin Pranclaco. Eclipse Livery Stable .ΤΙΛΙ» MTIIEET fiOI.O IIII.L· TTAVING THOROUGHLY REFITTED AND U Reoreaniied the above Well Known Estab lishment, It Is our intention to conduct it as a J First Class Institution, IX EVERY PARTICULAR. Therelore we shall expect henceforth, from TRUE MKRIT ALONE, To secure All the Gold Hill Patronage. No buggies over one year old will be let to customers. Good Teams, Good Saddle-Horses. TSBU* BEAflOIVABLB. Gold Π111, August *X)th. ISfi!). nu30-lm. LB VER Y KIMBLE). spaulding~&~gearhart, Formerly Α. H. OLIN'8. Β Street, Near Taylor, Virginia. C1ARRIAGES, BUGGIES. / Sac'.,Ile norm*. etc.. provided at reasonable rates. Also, con· vevances and team· for Sporting Parties, Picnics, Funerals and other desired purpo«es. Tfcn bent of accommodation and care for ani mals. and a General Livery Stable Business «itisfuctorily transacted. Inspection and trial Invited. Virginia, September 8th—lm. PHILADELPHIA BOOT MAKER. G. STOCKLE WOrXO RESPECTFULLY IN form the citizens of Gold 11111 Rsfij and vicinity, that he continues to man-f BH1 ufacture tho^ ν*®· Very Best Cnlf-Skin Boots In Gold Hill, a* many of those who have tried them aro willing to testify. The material ont of which his Boots are made Is of the verr beet la the werld; and the long time which hit Bnots are wortr. Is a sufficient guarantee of the truth herein asserted. Repairing: In a'l^t· different branches, promptly attended to. Ju·: Tire me a trill. If vou want a splen did. easv-tlttlng and durable Boot. Gold Hill, September 13th. 1S09. solS-tf BLACKSMITHING — .VXD — WAGON MAKTNG. RANDALL BLADDING Having jcst completed their new Shop in LOWER GOLD HILL, Nearly opposite the Gold Hill Mill, Ara now failv prepared to do all work la their Une with neatness and dispatch. HORSE and MULE SHOEING don· under the charge of a competent workman. tS^By strict attention to business they hope to merit a liberal share of patronage. J. RANDALL· J. F. GLADDING. Gold Hill, September 4,18β9. s»4-tf BANNER BROTHERS' COLUMN. FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY! Great Excitement!! NOW IS THE TIME TO BUT FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AT COSTI ! ! We are Clearing onr Shelre· and Counter» to mako room for the Largest Stock of Fall and Winter Goods EVER BROUGHT TO NEVADA I BANNER BROTHERS triumphant. The Enemy Almost DRIVEN FROMJHE FIELD, And Only a Few Stragglers Left TO TELL TTTF.TR MOUBNFUL TALK THE BANNER CLOTHING WAR Im Still Basing AS FURIOUSLY AS ETER, Τ Ν DEFIANCE OF THE ONCE CELE bratcd Virginia Clothing Combination, who did their best Ut drive as from Virginia, and who predicted that we wonld "butt up" In sixty days. Where are thoir prédictions now ? Wo have the satisfaction of seeing that self same Virginia Clothing Combination fkdlng awty, like tbo " Last Rose of Summer," and vet Banner Brothers Are Not "Busted," But ReaJr Fr#M mn& After this Date, —TO ΜΛΧ1— Still Another Redaction —rmo*— THEIR FORMER LOW PRICES, ■· ■■ t· ΟΙτ· Ik· Patelle · GRAND BENEFIT. This is no Vain Boast, But we can aaanre oor friend» end the pnbllc that wo will make our word good, and will tell good· «ta Material Reduction FRO Jiff FORMER PRICES, A· Wl Are B»w Receiving LARGE STOCKS OF ALL KINDS OF GOODS From New York Direct. Gold being high now, we art enabled to mIIU CHEAPER THAN EVEB Give Ue a Call, and Satisfy Youmlves. Banner Brother*, CORNER OF C AND TAYLOR STS. Vire1**!** N«*a<U. f eptaaber 1,1M·. Ml-tf HARDWARE. GILLIG, MOTT & CO., ψ Corner of 0 and Taylor Streets, Virginia City, D«»Ur* In H A. ]R D WA.R E, fe Brass and Steam Goods, STOVES, TINWARE, Agricultural Implements, DOORS. WINDOWS, JUtO., EtO.| Etc., Etc., OF ALL KINDS. ▲ Full Assortment on Hand, FOR BALE AT REDUCED PRICES, —IT— GILLIG, MOTT & CO., IMPORTERS, CORHBB Ο AND TAVI OB ST*. Virginia, Nevada, το niiLnEK. REST PUNCHED SCREENS REDUCED TO 60 CUNTS FEB SQUARE FOOT. On and after September let, 1849, antll.'fnr ther nottee, oar pricea for Best Quality Iron PUNCHED SCREENS will be reduced to Sixty (80) Centa per Square Foot. Scree·· terwarrfed ι· (11 part· ei Narad·, Hake, lUealaaa aid Califerala. Order» ReapectAilly Solicited. GILLIG, MOTT * CO., Corner G and Taylor Streets, Virginia. BELTING. BELTING. Oar Owe Importation. Best Cotton-filled Robber Belting, from 8 to B-pljr. 16,000 feet, all ·1ζβ·, from 9 to tt tacbei wide. Also Hemp· filled Λ Leather Belting, FOB SALE AT REDUCED RATES BT OILLIO, MOTT Λ CO., Impoiters, Corner Ο and Taylor Street·, Virginia. GAS FIXTURES. SO,00· Feel Oai Pip», Fr·· 1·4 I· 4-laeh. Ο lobe Valree, Θ1Ι Cap·, flat Pitting·, of All Kind·, Lead Pipe, Bait·, Klc., FOB SALE CHEAP BT OILLIO, MOTT Λ CO., Importera, Corner C and Taylor Street·, Virginia. TO RANCHMEN. Plow·, Steel and Cast. Dtarr Breaklag.ap Flaw·. Harrow·, Klc., Ble., Bte. IT. B.—Bxtrs Piece· ftr Plow· Par· aiiked la Order. FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST BATES BT OILLIO, ηοττ Λ CO., Iznportex*·, Corner 0 and Taylor Stroeta, Virginia. STOVES & TINWARE. 1,000 Cooking, Ο Bee and Parlor •tare·, and Tinware of Bmr Description, FOB SALE AT REDUCED PRICES BT OILLIO, MOTT * CO., XanBfretnren and Wholesale Dealer·, Corner Ο and Taylor Straota, Virginia. l Virginia Oily, September M, 191·. Ml-tf SCWKPiM BCHgiPM. TO TEE CITIZENS -OF NE V A.D A. . ÎBEO LEAVI TO CALL THB ATTENTION tha cltLma of Xerada te my oel»brat«d AROMATIC SCBlEDAn SCHNAPPS, » medicinal Diet Drink, of eminently ulntirj qulltice, manulketared by my»elf, ezehulrely, it my factory »t Schiedam, In Holland. II la made from the beat Barley that can be •elocted In Europe, and Ihe eaaence of a· aro matic Italian berry of acknowledged and extraor dlaary medical properties ; and It haa long ilacr acquired a blgbcr reputation, both In Europe anp America, than any other dietetic beverage. In QnTel, Qout and Bheamatlim; in Ob «traction· of Ut Bladder aad Sidney·—lta ef fceta are PROMPT, DECIDED * -AND— Invariably Reliable. Aid it ι· mi Mir A. REMEDY 1er th«M maladie·, bat In «II cum la which tiev are prodund by Drinking Bad Water, Which to, almut universally, lb· tun of th«m, IT OPERATES —a a— Δ Sure Preventive. Th· dlatreaalog affect, υ pel th· Stomach. Beweli, tod Β Udder, of traveler·, new reel dent», and all perton· nnaccnatomed to them, prodncw by th· water* of nearly all onr (real Inline riven, from th· large quantity of decayed vege tabla matter, contained In them, la a atat· of ·ο letton, 1· well known ; aa la alio that of th· wa< Ura of llmeiton· régirai, In producing Gravel, Calcall, and Eton· la th· Bladder. Th· AROMATIC SCHIEDAM 8CHIWAPPS I· a· absolute corrective of all the·* injorloir propertle· of bad water, and, conaeqnently, pre vent· th· diMaiM which they occulta. It alM f«und to b« a cor· tad preventive of FEVER AND AGUE a complaint canaed by th· conjoint effect vegetable malaria In the atmoaphcre, ad vogi tabl· patreacencea In th· water· of thou dl> trlcti In which It jrlnclpelly prevails. Th· AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS I·, eooeeqnenlly, 1· grt*t demand by peraou traveling, or about to Mttl· In California eepe clally, M well u by muj la erery eommnnll· where It bu become known, on account ef lt> rarleaa ether medial prepertfce. TTDOLPHO WOLFE, Sole Manufaoturer'and Importer. Depot for the PatUe Coaet, Redlngton, lloatetter Λ, Co.. SAN FRANCISCO, OAL. At a gnat taeearenlenee tad expenee, I hi τ» been oeapelled to eetabllek « PERMANENT AGENT In Ban Francleeo, for the pretectloa ol my Trade-mark, · Sobledaa Schnappe,' wko wil proeenu all peraane infrtoftaf. I bop· th public will eeelit me la my effort» toproaeol tkea, m well · eyiel/, agalaat Oioee rile 1» aorte». I am reapeetfolly year·, UDOPHO WOLFE, Bole Importer and Proprietor IV·. M learer ItrMt, If aw ferk. I Mr. W. D. Cameron, Agent On be fooad at the efflce of EEDINGTOH B08TSTTEB * 00. An order· addreaM t I hba win rewire preept atteatiaa. M AS8AYEBS. «OLD HILL Branch Assay Office — or — E. RUHLING & CO., OBO. W. DOBWIlt, JIANAOIR. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING PUB· *■ chaaed the Amur Establishment of Χ«·η. VAN WYCK * CO., respectfully solicit a con tinuance of tho patronage extended to th· late arm. Gold and Silver Bullion MELTED AMD ΑΙΙΑΤΒ», AND RETURNS HADE IN BARS OR COIN. We guarantee onr aiuji to conform to th· standard of the Unitod Suite» Mint·. Carefhl uuji made of erery description ol ore* and accurate report· guaranteed. E. BUHL1NG 4c CO. Geo. W. Dobww. Manager. Gold Bill, September 1,136». lel-tf assat'offïcë W. C. BOUSFIELD t 00. —BucoxaaoBs το — THKALL Ac CO., CORNER Ο AND TATMR STREETS Oppoette the Dank of California, Virginia, Net. Gold 4c Mllror Ballleu Mel ted it Assayed ORB OW BVRBY ΒΕΚΟΒΙΡΤΙΦΚ Carefully Te«ted, Aaeayed and Analyzed. rr-we™» rantee oar away» to conforta ac curately to the «tandard of theU. 8. Mint. OUR FEES FOR ASSAYING will be the I «ne aa charged In San Francisco. 1 sel tf W. C. BOUSFIELD A CO. ASSAY OFFICE H. HARRIS, SILVER CITY. ΓΙΕ UNDERSIGNED, ESTABLISHED AS Allayer cltfht year» io California, and for jver lire year· In Nevada, hit· removed hi· office to Silver City, where he wil! attend to any buti nes· Intra a tod to him with promptneit and care. Qeld,Silver Bid Ore· ef Kvery Oeacrlp· tien Carefally AtMrrili Vnil retors· of Bâillon made within ·1χ honra ■.n Stamped Bart or Coin, at th« option of tho Depositors. Guarantee! hi· aiuri to eonform with the U. S. Mint. RKFHIBXCH. tfetirt. Trevor & Colgate New York lie··». B. Behrcnd Λ Co New York tfessrt. Davidson £ Co San Francisco vfefara. J. Parrott & Co San Frandaco fleas:*. Bather Λ Co San Franclico >Ie»«rs. Tallnnt Λ Co San Franclico Sank of California San Francisco Heurt. Β. F. Halting* 4 Co SaTaraento Ueisra. D. O. Mills & Co Sacramento vlcitrt. Rldeout Jt Smith Mary·ville Vfemrt. Decker & Jewett Marytvllle '.V. Π. Blauvelt, Ag't Bank of Cal Gold BUI UkiTltiat Bat Pranclaee R»"«. tela tf Π. HARRIS. REAL ESTATE AGENCY JOHN J. MONAGHAN SO. 08 SOUTH C ST Κ EOT (OPPOSITE SMITH «TB.CETI, VIRGINIA. Houses and "lots for sale ob Rent ou favorable ton»:· In «U P*rt* of the -•ity Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, —AXD— CONVEYANCES OV ALL KIND· Carefully and Correctly Draws. I PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO RENTING HOUSES, COLLECTINO RENTS, AND EVERYTHING CONNECTED WITH REAL ESTATE MATTERS. FIRST CLASS Farms for Sale in O&lifcrnit I Payable la Monthly Iaatnlmenta. LOANS ON FIRST CLASS BEAL ESTATE SECURITIES Negotiated on favorable term*. Referai by Fermlaulon, toi I. H. LATHAM, E.«., Acent of Well·. Farco & C·., Virginia. JILLIGi MOTT * CO., Hardware Mer· chanta, VlrcloU and Sacramento. I. C. KIRK Ac ( Ο.,: Druaal.i., Vlralula aad Macrararato. ?KU*IER «c CO.. Vlralnln, Ne v., San Franelace, Cal., aad Hamilton, White Plae. ae4-tf J, T. WELTON, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER, g|FLAOa>« BANK, CAIN STREET GOLD HILL JJiB ON HAND A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY and FANCY GOOD» Alto, a LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SPEC TACLES. Jewelry made to order. W«tche«, Clock» md Jewelry carefully repaired and warranted. GF~No coarse for regulating watch««. QaH Hill. September 1.186». ecl-tf PIONEER LAUNDRY, NORTH OF VIRGINIA, Joseph F. Hall, - · - Proprietor. ! THIS OLD ESTABLISHED AND RELIABLE *■ Laundry 1» prepared to tnrn out any quanti ty of Renovated and Clean Linen, without b«· tng damaged by manipulation or by chemical *P&ckagee pnnctnally called for and returned. Onlera left at the Veeey Ilotol bar or at Brod hun'· Tailor Shop, oppoalte the N*w« offlce. Gold Hill : alto, at Plunkett'» New· Depot, op polite Well·, F«rgo Λ Co.'·, Virginia, will be promptly attendee to. P auS&tr JOSEPH F. HALL. S.W. CHVBBFCK FmMIo, β·Μ Bill, NOTARY PUBLIC —AVD— Oomml«ioner,'of Deeds for (klifornia —DSAL1B IK— ■ι*Η··μτ· . I BlMk iMk·, Cillery, Ciian, T*kH«·, Arc., *· jar Axent for the Han Fraucltco BvlUtln, Bacramonto Zftiion, and other dally and weekly PjK3jUll September β, 1869. m9-U CHARLES Β ROD Η UN, MERCHANT TAILOE, GOLD HILL, NEVADA, Omwtlt* the New· Mte·.) aX HAS NOW THE LARGEST AND ^ea beet aeeorted Stock of Good· in thl· ΊΜ ιis a· Heery and Fine Beaver·, Double M and French DoeaWiat, Fancy and Plain *·■ Caaalmere·, all the lateet itylee of Veating·, Velvet», etc. Hie name for excellont Taate and Fit U largely known and appreciated. eiTB ■■■ a out mmwma eerae >■·■ μφμμ. OelA BU, Sept· «abat 10, Μ» Mlw/