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THE EVENING NEWS.
GOLD HILL, ι : THPB8DAT. APBIL 30.1871
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EXPLANATORY.—J0I1U 1. Ultin, trie
pastoral ly scientific philosopher of the
('arson llejixtrr, explains why the
wind keeps blowing tip the (lust so bad
down that way, as follows: "The
wind from the south Is generally of
longer duration than that from any
otherijuarter, carrying with it a greater
quantity of dust, and evidently blows
in obedience to the law of compensa
tion—carrying the dust of the valley
to the hills to compensate them (or the
erosion of Winter rains, which in turn
bring back the dust again in the form
of mud." Ginn is right. "It's an ill
wind that blows nobody good." and
we are now convinced that Gold llill
is composed of rich dirt and dust blown
from Carson. But how about the
Divide? To the certain knowledge of
tho oldest inhabitant, no loose dust or
even reasonable gravel has stayed there
for many a long year. The whirling
Washoe zephyrs have always blown it
clear across Virginia down into Six
mile Canyon bevond. All the dust
and dirt that washes down from .Mount
iMvldson upon the Divide passes oil'
the same way. Xo Carson du-t ever
lodges or stops there, but even the dust
fround up by passing wagon wheels
lows off northward down into that
same canyon. Thus it is that the
Divide gets lower and lower every
year, Mount Davidson ditto, and the
illrt and material composing it washes
off down Six-mile Canyon to enrich
the alkali deserts and the banks and
«ink of Carson river. As for the
groundwork of Carson City, it was all
blown or washed from the mountains
near by, and but a small proportion of
it ever reaches even Gold llill. much
less the Divide.
Sai.t Lakk Ohf.s.—Mr. F. F. Osbis
ton, Superintendent of the Auburn
mill, at Reno, was in this city yester
day, says the Enterprise of this morn
ing. lie is just in from Salt Lake City,
where he purchased twenty tons of ex
ceedingly rich ore for reduction in his
mill, where a Stetefeldt furnace is in
successful operation. The yield of each
ton of this lot of ore will figure up in
the thousauds. Some of tho ore brought
in by Mr. OsbUton is horn silver, so
rich that it readily receives the im
pression of a piece of coin when laid
upon it and struck with a hammer,
lie is very favorably Impressed with
the silver regions of Utah, particularly
tho mines of tho Tintic District, from
which came the ores he purchased.
llAMBLtui Chop HorsK.—Our old
friend Tommy Heffron, whom every
body knows, or ought to know, has
purchased the Hamburg Chop House,
on C street, Virginia, a few doors
south of the Enterprise building, and
he is running it in the most satisfac
tory style. His tables are supplied
with the very best the market affords
at all times, and he boards people by
the meal, day. week or month, on the
mojt reasonable terms. Meals at all
hours, also fresh shell oysters and
clams for all who desire. Heffron in
vites all his old friends and the public
generally to give him a call. Gold
Hillers, when up to Virginia, will And
Heffron\s a good place to eat at. Sec
Raymond's Bknkfit and john
McCvlloioii.—J. T. Raymond, tlie
talented and favorite comedla.n, takes
a farewell benellt to-morrow evening
at the Opera lIou«e, on which occasion
John McCullough lia* kindly volun
teered to appear. This celebrated
tragedian and lavorite actor will arrive
from San Francisco to-morrow morn
ing for this special purpose, only ap
pearing for the one night. The play
selected for the occasion is the very
popular drama of Still Wnfrs Hun
Deep, Mr. McCullough personating
"John Mildmay." Solon si,iwile will
be given as the afterpiece, with Mr.
Raymond in the title character. No
extra charge for reserved seats.
Lko Brokkn.—JohnClyma, a miner,
had both bones of his right leg frac
tured about three inches above the
ankle, Sunday afternoon, by a small
eavo of gravel and clay at the 200-foot
level of the Savage mine, where he was
working, lie was conveyed to his
residence near the Rhode Island mill,
lower Gold Hill, where Dr. Heath, of
Virginia, rendered the requisite surgi
cal assistance. The break is not a bad
one, but the patient being alsoaiHicted
with pneumonia, makes the case a little
Withdrawn.—Uank Blanchard au
thorizes us to announce that he has
withdrawn as a candidate for Assist
ant Engineer of the Gold Hill Fire de
partment at the coming fireman's elec
tion, in favor ef Joseph Bish. Mr.
Bish is a first rate man for the posi
tion. and will be elected to it. as " the
right raau in the right place."
Gkkkn Pkas.—The above favorite
species of vegetable is now plenty in
the markets of Virginia and Gold Hill,
also asparagus, pie plant, etc. New
potatoes are not very abundant yet.
Fresh Fruits. — Strawberries are
getting quite plenty in our market*,
and also bananas. Other berries ami
fruits will be along soon.
PirKR'e Oi'KKA House.—The Octo
roon was played last evening, aud got
through with pretty well, after some
what of a balk at the coinmeucemeut.
Barry enacted old ''Pete," the gray,
headed old boss darkey of the planta
tion and household, to perfection.
Kaymoud succeeded well as " Salem
Scudder," Hardie as "Jacob McClos
key," and some of the other characters
were very creditably rendered—as foi
instance, "Wahnotee" by Georgi
Hinckley, "George Peyton" by Col
ton, "Sunnyside"' by Sinclair, little
" Paul " by Miss Maggie Moore, and
" Zoe" by Miss Fanny Young. Miss
Goodchild also made up for aud per
sonated "Dido" very acceptably,
although not originally cast or calcu
lated for the part. This evening will
be presented, for this one time only,
the great Irish drama of Arrah-na
I'oijue, with J. 'Γ. Kayinoud cast for
"Michael Feeuy," "Courtaino for
"Shaun the Post," and the balance ol
the characters fairly apportioned. The
new scenery especially painted for this
piece by Mr. Bell is very excellent,
aud all other adjuncts will be employed
to give fUll effect to the play. Ray
mond's farewell benefit to-morrow
Μλκικ Su 17.ε AuuESTKn.—Most ol
our citizens will recollect Marie Suize,
the woman who was allowed to keep
herself dressed in men's clothing and
transact business as such, keeping a
wholesale liquor store on Β street,
Virginia. She got along very well,
and after being here about a year, a
few weeks ago she went to San Fran
cisco, where it seems she lias got into
dillluulty, judging from the following
item, which we clip from the Bulletin
of yesterday : " Last evenlnga woman
named Marie Suize was arrested in a
saloon ou Dupont street on a charge of
misdemeanor, by wearing the clotning
commonly used by men. She tells a
story which, if true, has a shade ol
rcnnar.ce. Some years since, belli}·
unable to obtain work as a female, and
being strong and hearty, she deter
mined to don the apparel of the
sterner sex, and fight life's battle as
a man. She was unable to obtain
steady work in this city, and went
Into the interior, where she worked as
a farm hand, and finally at mining in
Jackson, Auiador county. She re
iiiiiiiK'u uicrv hulk ^uhv icvciuij«
when she came to this city to spend
her money anil see life as men see it.
When arretted she was sitting in the
saloon enjoying herself, hut something
in her manner was unlike that of a
man, and led to her arrest. She is a
woman about twenty-nine or thirty
years of age. and looks as though she
was not afraid of work. It is possible
that further developments may give
another complexion to the case. As
yet there is 110 occasion to disbelieve
it, nothing wrong being known against
Cahsox Items.—We extract the fol
lowing from the Iieyister of this morn
ing : Attorney-General L. A. Buckner
returned to the Capital yesterday from
a visit to his old home at Uuionville,
looking as fresh asa frosty morning....
Tiie Supreme Court will meet to-day
at 11 o'clock, provided Judges Lewis
and Garberarrive this morning: The
outer doors of our new State Capitol
would nuke the mouth of a Georgia
negro water to drownage, they look so
much like huge ginger cakes—the
panels beinp of an infantile "yaller,"
while the mils ami stiles are of a dark
brown, like the burnt edge of the cake.
The blending of the colors is painfully
inharmonious and we would suggest a
change to light mahogany W illiam
Jackson, a colored man, whose term of
imprisonment for whipping his better
half expired a few days sineo, hns been
smashing things again, according to
the story of the partner of his bosom.
The colored dame yesterday applied to
Justice Parkinson fora warrant for the
arrest of the sweet William for smash
ing up her glassware and tilings. Her
tears not being sufficient security for
the payment of costs, the warrant was
That Mkteor.—'That most beautiful
meteor, of which we made mention
yesterday as being so observable here
011 Tuesday evening, was also exten
sively noticed in various parts of Cal
ifornia, according to our exchanges.
The San Francisco Alta of yestenJay
thus speaks of it: "At precisely seven
o'clock last evening, 'while yet the
daylight lingered,' a magnificent me
teor made its appearance in the eastern
heavens, about e<iui-<listaut north and
south from the horizon, nt an apparent
altitude of fifty degrees. The nucleus
of the meteor appeared to the eye of
the observer to be about the size of a
man's head, and the prismatic corrus
catlons emitted from it were dazzling
and beautiful in tho extreme. To the
body of the phenomenon was attached
a fiery, comet-like tail, some two de
grees in length. Its course was from
north to south, descending at an angle
of about forty degrees, and apparently
falling into the hay between North
Iieach and Angel Island. The motion
of the meteor was much slower than is
usual with these eccentric celestial
wanderers. It was observable for at
least six seconds."
R. and V. Ni G. R. R.—At η meet
ing of the Reno and Virginia Xarrow
Gauge Railroad Company, held In this
city night before last, says the Carsou
Rt'jifttr, the company was fully organ
ized by the election of the following
officers: Hill Beachy, President and
General Financial Agent ; O. R. John
son. Trcsurer ; B. A. Townsend, Gen
eral Superintendent; Geo. W. Cassldy,
Permanent Secretary ; A. C. Ellis, At
torney. By-laws for the government
of the company were adopted, and the
principal place of business transferred
to Reno. The well-known energy and
financial ability of Hill Beachy, tho
financial agent of the company, who
is clothed with ample authority, gives
assurance that the Reno and Virginia
Xarrow Gauge will be among the
things that are in a briéf period of
CnoRAr, Society Concbrt.— That
grand concert to be given by the Vir
ginia Choral Society, under the direc
tion of Professor Pasmore, comes off
at Piper's Opera House on Monday
next, the 21th instant, on which occa
sion Locke's music of Macbeth will be
produced in character. Colonel R. H.
Taylor kindly volunteering to person
ate "Mabeth." Another grand feature
of the occasion will be tiie singing· of
the soul-stirring national airs of Eu
rope and America. While these are
being sung. Colonel C. C. Batterman,
commanding the National Guard, has
kindly volunteered the services of him
self and company, in full uniform, to
form tableaux on the stage. This con
cert promises to be the finest entertain
ment of the kind ever gotten up in
Storey county. td
Goi.d Hilt. Bcr.uoN.-The United
States Branch Mint at Carson yester
day shipped eighteen bare of bullior
(Yellow Jacket and Crown Point) ol
the aggregate value of $00,000.
Closk ο» Registration.—At hall
past 3 o'clock p. m. to-day the Gold
Hill registration of votera at Justice
Putnam's office amounted to 605. At
noon to-day there were registered at
Justice Hill's office, Virgiula. 1,030,
and at Justice Livingston's S37, or α
total of 1,923 voters, which, added to
those of Gold Hill, make 2,523. The
books of registration close finally at
six o'clock tills evening, therefore Jus
tice Putnam says «11 Gold Hillcrs who
propose voting at the coming town
election will have to hurry up to his
office before that hour. The last man
will be swearing like a trooper be
cause he is just seventeen minutes too
Good Bullion Shipment. — From
the Virginia office last evening. Well.·,
Fargo & Co. shipped 4,405 pounds of
silver bullion in burs, worth in the
neighborhood of $125,000. This, of
course, includes the bullion from the
Gold Ilill mines, which is pretty much
all shipped through Virginia.
Cartkktkk Shop.— The shop of
Charloy Turner, carpenter and builder,
Gold Hill, can be found next door to
Liberty Knglne House, Main street.
If anybody wants a few churches or a
chicken house, or even a saw-buck or
short-horn clothes-horse, built, just
call on Charley Turner.
Spkciai. Roi.lrr Skating.—As will
be seen by new advertisement in an
other column to-day, there will be
roller skating at Miners' Union Hall,
Gold 11111, ou Tuesday and Friday
afternoons and evenings. Admission
25 ceuts, or two bits; ladles free. Use
of skates, two bits.
Wires Down. — The wires being
down again to-day, we have no East
ern or European dispatches.
Fatai. Suooting Akkra*.—In a
shooting affray in Tem Piute, last
week, McMurray, the surveyor, was
fatally, and a man named Russell dan
yea s τ jf
la rapidly superseding all other preparations for
producing Elegant, Sweet and Wholesome KOLLS,
BISCUITS, UBKAD, Buckwheat and other ilrlddl*
Cakit. Perfectly pure and reliable, and always
ready for Immediate uso. The CHEAPEST Halting
Powder In tho World, and It WILL KEEP ON
LAND OB SKA. ,ln any climate, for yean. It la
well adapted to the uw of Housekeepeis, Miner»
Mariner*, Emigrants, etc.. and Is. In fact. In every
respect, the BEST YEAST POWDER made "to
the Kltchcn. the Camp, the Galley."
Manufactured by DOOLEY Λ BROTHER.
69 New Street. New York.
of using DooLKY'e Yrurr Powdir are shown In It*
superior excellence over all others, by which elegant,
light, sweet rolls, biscuits, bread, pastry, etc., can bo
made with very little trouble, loud that can l>e eaten
with Impunity and relished by the most sensitive
dyspeptic or Invalid. It permits no waste of tlour
prepared with It, and the «iiiaiiilty required to be
used of Doolcy'i* Ykast Powder Is onoihlrd or one
half less than those of other manufacturers. Try It
and bo convinced. For Rale by grocers everywhere.
CO.TIEOftE! CO TIE ALL!
GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE
I'ornrr of C mad Tartar ■!■·>
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE STOCK OK
BOOTS AND SHOES
All of the Latest
Lower Prices than Ever Known!
We bid Dcûanee I· All Competition,
—AND OFFIR —
Thin can b« hart el no where on the Pacific Coast.
NEVER WAS CLOTHING SO
NEVER WAS OUR STOCK SO
Be one of the many who dally call on
IMMENSE BARGAINS I!
Virginia, March Î4,1871. mil tf
J. A. M Y RICK a. CO.,
Commiss'n Stock Brokers
DEALERS IN LECAL TENDER
If·. 68 SmiIi C .trw[, Virglal·
[ ADVANCE8 WAD ψ ON 8TOCK8.
$75,000 COLD COIN
AfRftND GIFT CONCERT
WILL BK GITEH AT THB
Metropolitan Theater, Sacramento, |
MAY 1ST, 1871.
SACRAM'TO PIONEERS I
Sacramento Library Association, |
Far Their Joint Benefit and to Par
Their BxUiId* Iadebt·
During τπε concert i,3ir gifts I
will be distributed among Ticket Holder·,
amounting to $73,000 In Gold Coin, aa fol
1 Gift of Gold Coin » $15,000
1 Gift of Gold Coin ν 10,000
1 Gift of Gold Coin 6,000
1 Gift of Gold Coin 2,000
3 Gift· of Gold Coin, $1,000 each 3,000
5 Gift· of Gold Coin, *500 each 3,500 I
5 Gifts of Gold Coin, ! 3UA each 1.500
50 Gift· of Gold Coin, >100 each 5,000
100 Gifts of Gold Coin, ! JO each 5,001
300 Gift· of Gold Coin, ; JO each 0,000
350 Gift· of Gold Coin, (SO each 17,000
1817 Prize·, amounting to (15,000
H. V. HASTING* * CO., Banker·, I
With whom all money· will be deposited,
and by whom all disbursements
will be mado.
60,000 TICKETSWILL BE SOLD |
At 99 SO Cola Buck.
Thle Ticket will admit the bcaret to Concert.
The drawing will take place and the Gift·
bo awarded in a precisely similar manner a· at
the Concert given in San Francisco In aid of the
Mercantile Library, and under the joint super
vision of a Committee of well known citizens
of Sacramento, and the officers of itald Associa
Persons at a distance can obtain Tickets by
•ending checks on any or the Sacramento Banks,
or Coin by Wells, Fargo A Co. Ton per cent,
commission will be allowed to persons sending
for Fifty or more Tlckcts. Commission paid tn
Tickets. All orders should bo addressed to
l'ADWAliADER, DAVIN & CO., |
Busier·* .11 onagers,
P. O. Lock Box 1ÎS, Sacramento, Cal.
GENERAL AGENCY-No. 44 Fourth street, I
between J and K. mM-lf
Stnto Aaent-S. UOSHXEIt, Virclnln,
«old Hill Agent—W. W. BISON.
$20,000 COLD COIN
THE BEST SCHEME YET PRE
SENTED TO THE PUBLIC !
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
—IN AID OF TUB—
Gold Hill Benevolent Association,
—TO TAKE PLACE AT—
PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE,
VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA,
MONDAY MAY IS, 1871.
ιιλ AAA TICKETS. AT $1. GH GIFTS.
«IW)WWF During the Concert the Turn of
Î20,000 In Gold Coin will be distributed to the
'Ickct Holder», a» follow» :
1 Gift of Gold Coin *5.000
1 Gift of Gold Coin 2,100
1 Gilt of Gold Coin 1.000
1 Gift of Gold Coin 500
1 (liftof Gold Coin !.. 400
1 Gift of Gold Coin 300
1 Gift of Gold Coin 200
8 Gifts of Gold Coin, $100 each 500
10 Gift» of Gold Coin, 50 each 500
90 Gift» of Gold Coin, 40 each 800
30 Gift» of Gold Coin, 30 < ech 900
300 Gift» of Gold Coin, 20 each 4,000
»10 Gift» of Gold Coin, 10 each 3.400
012 Prize», amounting to $20,000
The Gift» will bo awarded in a precisely »lml
lar maimer a» at the Concert given In San Fran
cisco in aid of the Mercantile Library.
Treasurer, BANK OF Π. II. FLAGG, Gold
Hill, with whom all money» will be deposited.
All disbursement» will be made through »atd
TEN PER CENT, commission will be allowed
to partie» taking 50 Ticket». Commission paid
The drawing will bo under tho management of
a Committee of prominent citizen» or Virginia
and Gold UIII.
(VAll order» »hould be addreaied to J. T.
W ELTON, General Burines» Manager. Office,
Flagg'e Bank, Gold 11111.
Π. V. MANNING, Secretary.
ai m 11. II. FLAGG, Treatnrer.
New Store I New Goods /
MORRIS & NATHAN
INFORM THE LADIES OF VIRGINIA
i and vicinity that on
SATURDAY APRIL ISlh,
They will open their New and Elegant
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM
On North C street, Vlrclna,
Opposite the International Hotel, with a com
plete and entirely Now Stock of
FANCY and DOMESTIC
In large variety and of the latest stylo. Import
ing direct from EASTERN and EUROPEAN
MARKETS, th»y arc enabled to offer tliclr goods
lie·· (ban nay Dry fl*M· Store· I·
Ladle» will do well to call on η» before pur
alSjT MORRIS <fc NATHAN.
S. W. CHUBBUCK"
POSTOFFICE, (JOLI) HILL.
Commissioner of Deeds for California
jy Afjcnt for the Sun Franclicw BulUtln
SacramuntoFnlon.andother dtllj and weekly
field ΠΙ!!. April 1. mi. al-tf
COLD HILL BAKERY!
CHOP & COFFEE HOUSE
(OPPOSITE KC1.IPSE STABLE.)
Υ Κ THAT ARK nemnBV AKB
notice, that thla la the only place town
ΙΙΚΟΛΝ DREAD, Etc
Can bo had at all time· at price* to unit every
body. THE EATING DEPARTMENT cannot
bo rarpasaod thl« »lde of the Rocky Mountain·.
JOHN I'ETEIt IlECKfJR, Proprietor.
Qold Hill. April Uta. 1W1. al7-tf
Washoe Billiard Exchange,
Oppoelto "Entorpriao" offlcc, Virginia.
ONE BIT A CAME !
ROBT. H. LINDSAY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
the Collection of account·.
OFFICE—With Jonaa Saely, Eaq.,over the
Pott Offlo·, Virginia City, N«ada. mVMf
^ ^ ÇJ ^
Honesty and Fair Dealing
Tlx Only Sellable Bail* ftrBullMl
THE ONE DOLLAR STORE,
N«. 33 β··Μι Ο afreet,
(Opposite Qllllg, Mott St, Co.'·.)
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP
Jewelry and Fancy Goods
Also on hand, at the aboro tery low prlie:
100 DO/. LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
30 DOZ. CORSETS» White asd Brews.
30 DOZ. WI1ITE SKIRTS.
30 DOZ. MARSEILLES SKIRTS.
30 DOZ. BALMORAL SKIRTS.
30 DOZ. IIOOP SKIRTS, all alsea.
30 DOZ. PATENT BUSTLES.
30 DOZ. LINEN CUFFS Oc COLLARS.
30 DOZ. LACE COLI.ARH.
100 DOZ. LADIES' IIOSK.
30 DOZ. BALBRIGGAN HOSE.
•JS DOZ. HA I It NETS.
43 DOZ. SUPPER PATTRRNS.
23 DO/,. I,Λ DIES1, MISSBS and CIIIL
DREN'S HTRAW HATS.
43 DO/.. FIGURED TABI.K COVERS.
23 DO/» NOTTINGHAM I. A CE TIDIES
23 HO/» IVOR Y.I] ANDI.E PANS,···
23 no/.. 1.1 NEN TABLE CLOTHS.
*3 DO/» EMPRESS CHIGNONS.
io nr>/„ switches.
160 no/» TURKISH ANn linen tow.
200 no/,. NAPKINS.
23 DO/.. MEN'S OVEKSIIIRTS.
23 DO/» MEN'S AND BOYS' UNDER·
20 no/.. BOYS' HATS AN η CAPS.
23 DOZ. MSN'S BUCK GLOVES.
30 DO/» MEN'S SHAKER SOCKS.
23 DO/» IIAT RACKS AND PICTURE
23 DO/. BRACKETS.
Pianos for Sale & To Let.
ZEPHYR WOOL, 90 CT8.
Virginia, March at. 1871. miU-lf
A New Stock of Fashionable
—JUST OPKNKD AT Till—
New Emporium of fashion
Next Door I· Bunk ο Calllomln.
Has just opened at the well .·,
known 1 ΊΝ
SAN FRANCISCO M
A NEW and well iclcctcd stock of
Of Latoet Style and Pattern,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
And a full Block of
Will alwaya be found at the
San Francisco Clothing Store,
Adjoining tbe Bank of California.
«"Call at tho NEW~STAND.
Virginia, April IB. 1871. al8-tf
PAC I F I C
Ο V V I O B-At Airier ·Γ «h· ■■«k
COLD HILL, NEVADA.
Qold Hill. March «th. 1B71. mM-tl
GOLD HILL ASSAY OFFICE
— OF —
M'CULLOUCH & CO.
(Lut· Κ. Rt'UI.INfJ & CO.)
OLD AND SILVER BULLION MELTED
We fiaaraolrf Our Am·?·
To conform to the aUndard of
THE UNITED 8TATE8 MINT.
MoCULLOCQH t CO.
Gold nui, April 17.1871. al7-tf
Notice is hereby oiven, that the
copartnership heretofore exlatlnc between
Wm. Hy. Dbane and R. C. Ames, nnder the
firm name of " Donne & Amca, Proprietors ol
Pllmpton'a Patent Roller Skatea for the 8Ute ol
Nevada." la thla day dlaaolred br mutual con
sent. Wm. Hy. Doane will continne tho bnsl
neaa, and aaanme all llabllltlê* of the old firm.
WM. HY. DOANK,
R. C. AMES.
YlrginU Cltr, Ne v.. April 18,1811.
All peraona having blUa against the firm ol
Doana & Amea will pleaae preaent them lmme·
dlately for payment.
al» w ' WM. HY. DOANB.
8UPPORT HOME TRADE
By Industry We Thrive?
|| STOVES il
rPHI UNDERSIGNED WODI.D
A respectfully Inform their old caatomerf, and
aa many new onee lu ire dltpoaed to cell on ni,
that we are now prepared to eell them
8TOVES AND TINWARE,
COAL· OIL· LADIPR
PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW CLASS,
WALL PAPER, ·
HOUSE FURMSHINB HARDWARE SEN
A· Cheap ■· Cnm ke Beaghi Ikl· aid·
•f Ike ,η··ηι·Ιη· :
BF"Jobbing In our line promptly attended to.
DON'T FORGET TIIR PLACE!
New Drlck Duttdloc, Jmt nbovo (he New·
Ο. T. BARBEIl dc CO.
Gold Hill, April 8.1S71. aH-tf
H. C. LILLIE & CO.,
IMPORTERS FROM THE EAST.
Carmine and Violet Ink»,
Arnold'* Wrlilne Fluli!»,
Mnrnnid A' NOT en' Ink».
Kroervolr .llucllnae Slnnd·,
Ι'ιι I en I .Uarllmr Slum.».
.MurlUce la ftlHnd*.
Klftnnl Furl folio·,
• Water Color*,
Notarial Wafer* nnd Heal*,
CerllflenU* of Murrlace,
Reward· of Merit,
A potheen rle»' Label*,
Cnrd» nml nice,
I'm per W. labia.
Paper Cutler·, Kte.
Notary Public and Oommiss'r of Deeds,
No. 44 SOUTH C 8TKBKT,
Four door·» aouth of Bank of California
BANK OF CALIFORNIA.
COLD HILL : : NEVADA.
WM. SIIARON GENERAL AGENT
ΓΓΗΙΜ AflRIKC'T I* NOW PRE.
1 pared to reçoive depo»lt* of coin or bnllion,
cither on OPEN ACCOUNT, or to l*«ae CER
TIFICATES therefor, payable (M the option of
the holder) Id Gold Hill or San Francisco; to
make collection·, purchaeo Bullion at tho moat
favorable rate·, or advance coin thereon when
forwarded to the Parent Hank in Sao Krancloco ;
•ells Bill· of Exchange, and transact· Général
CHECKS FOR SALE ON
LONDON, BANK OF IRELAND (Dublin),
PARIS, NEW YORK,
SAN FRANCISCO, SACRAMENTO,
BOSTON, PORTLAND (Or).
WM. SHARON, Gcnernl Accnt.
W. Π. BLAUVELT, Ca»bler.
Gold mil, April 1, 18-1. al-tf
Contractor and Builder.
CHA8. H. TURNER,
MAIN STREET, GOI.D HILL,
nuxiuwr αυυτν ijiuvti; au^iue *ιυαον.
CARPENTER WORK UONK IN ALL .
Ita brioches, Including Jobbing and ι
I am also prepared to contract for the érec
tion of bolldlng» of every description, on the
moat reasonable terms.
CIIA3. H. TURNER.
Gold Hill. April 14. 1871. a!4-tf
l. rowma. ». w. wilcoz. b. ». curn
L. POWERS & CO.,
ivromTiK· and wboliiali dealers in
WINES AND LIQUORS,
IV·· T3 Iran Mlrerl,
mM-tf O. C. WAHRBN. 8«l««···.
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER?
E88AYS FOR YOUNG MEN
ON GREAT SOCIAL EVILS AND ABUSES,
which Interfere with MARRIAGE—with
■are meana of relief for the errim; and unfortu
nate, diseased and debilitated. Sont FREE OK
CHARGE, In sealed envelopes.
Addreaa, HOWARD ASSOCIATION.
No. Ï South Ninth street.
JaSl-Sm Philadelphia, Pa.
CHANCE_OF TIME !
MOONEY A M'KAY'S 8TACES
T?OR RENO WILL, UNTIL
Ρ further notice, leave flrom^HSHB··
In front of the International Hotel, Virginia,
EVERY EVENING, between 0 and To'Sock.
PAttE-Th· Hanr ■■ Charged by Wells,
hris 1 Co.
MOONEY & McKAY.
Virginia. April It. 1871. a!3-w
B.T.OIL*. J. J. BiTII. B.O.OIUNC.
CILE, HAYES & CO.,
IXFOBTlnSAXD WHOLSaALX DliLm IX
Fine Wines and Liquor·,
012 FRONT 8TREET,
8AN FRANCI8CO, CAL.
Baa Prsnolaco, April 10.1BT1. alO tt
s) S ? L.I
AN EXPECTORANT BB8IBDY WITH.
Ol'T AN EQUAL.
CONSUMPTION CONQUERED !
Allen's Long Balsam
CO IV ft cm PTION.-FORCintB 0»
thle distressing disease, there bu been L·
medicine yet «Uncovered that c*n «how mer·
evidence of real merit than ALLEN'S LTOO
BALSAM. Thin unequaled Expectorant for
curing Consomption, and all disease· leading to
It. Mich ait affections of tho Throat, Lungs, and
all diseases of the Pulmonary Organs, la Intro
duced to the suffering public after It· merlu fer
the positive cure-of such dUeases hare be···
fully tcsieii. The formula from which It is pre
pared is referred to by the leading medical Jour
nals as being equal to any prescription tbat c*a
be made up for such diseases by the medlcAl fac
ulty. The BALSAM is, consequently, reçoit
mended by physicians who have become so
quaintcd with its great success.
AS AH EXPECTOBAHT IT HAS HO EQUAL
Allen'· I.une Balaam I· Perfectly
llnrmlra· to ibe .Uosi;
Do not be deceived by unprincipled dealer·
who may offer you a remedy called Allen's rec
toral Balsam, which Is offered for sale on lb·
great merits of Allen's Lung Balson.
Call for and be sure you receive Allen's Lu Bp
Balsam—all others arc Infringements.
IV··. 549 sad 331 Market llrwl,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI
Agents· for the Paciflo Mtal«f(
ty Hold by Medicine Dealer* generally.
An Infallible BLOOD rimriii.pouw.
Ing rare TOXIC and xïavm propartlaa—
a certain euro for κηηλτιι·, coct,
. wr.uwAl.cilA. and all kindred DIiimm.
It completely reatorca the system «ban Im
paired by disease, revives the action of the
KIDXEVI mmi CENTAL oacAM. radi
cally cnrea scaorinLA. salt intn.
and all mirTivE mm* CLTAnoua Dis.
oaaea, give· Immediate and permanent nllaf
In Dnrmi*. eitiipiui, Tumors,
Bol la, Scald Hoad. Ulcer· and Sores; eradi
cates from the system all trmccs of Mercurial
It Is rmnr vecrtaile, being mad·
from an herb found indigenous In CtiBtiaU,
It Is therefore peculiarly aultable for nae by
Females and Children, aa a blood rtiai·
For Sale by ell Drugglits.
BEDtNQTON, K08TKTTKR * 00.
620 and 631 Market BtrMt,
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THK ACT IN
corporation the Town of (laid Hill, Storey
Conntv, State of Nevada. I hereby submit for
publication the Report* of the Clark and Treas
urer for the Ouarter ending March 81,1871.
Π. H. FLAliO,
President of the Board of Trniteas.
Gold Hill, April 12,1971.
Of Ibe Treasurer of tbr Town of Gald
Hill for the Quarter end··· Mure ta 31,
Dcc. .11—To balance on baud $4,977 89
March 31 - To delinquent taxci· M 04
Total |β,0β8 «
March 31—Paid interest on b r,d» 2,618 C8
To balance *2.489 75
March 31—Paid eiM-clal order» $2,861 74
Cumralnalon for collecting.. SU fit
Total $2,921 80
Dec. 31—To balance on hand..ft,44? 65
SI'h 31—Ara"«nt overpaid on
Spécial Order So. 41' 87 00
M'hSl—Delinquent t<uci>.... tH 85
M'b 31—Amount received for
llcenaca 1.191 1®
By balance ·■> 180 74
Balance in Trcamry $2.279 01
Balance In Treasury Dec. 31.. Jrt.445 !4
Delinquent taxea 15J 89
Amount overpaid Liât 40 87 00
Licensee 1.181 10
Paid spécial order* $2,881 74
Paid Interest 2,Κ23 fW
Paid cuminlhi'loD 89 50
Total balance In Treamiry $2.179 01
Gold Πιιχ,ΐίον., April 12,1871.
To the ITonorable Board of Tm»teea of the
Town cif Cold Hill—Gentlemen : I herewith
mbmlt my Quarterly lie;>ort aa Treasurer of the
Town of GjM Hill for tho Quarter ending
March 31, 1871.
8. W. CIUTBBÛCK.
Treasurer of Towu ol Gold 11111.
TOWN PLKHK'f4 RKPOltT
Far the Qoarler eodln· Mnrek 31· 1871·
Oor.D Hn.i.. Nev.. Ap I112.1*71.
To the Ilonorahle B->anI of Tru«teeaof the
Town of Gold Hill—Ueutlemen : 1 herewith
imbmlt mv quarterly report an Clerk of the Town
of Gold illll for the quarter ending March 31,
To amount ordered paid from Contin
gent Fund in coin $2,881 74
Vory reapeetfnllv, etc..
all \VM. HY. DOANB, Clark.
C. M. CORNELL,
^ IMPORTER, ^
No. 41 0 aire··,
(Next door to California Bank,)
(Succcaror to II. C. Kirk A Co.,)
(jrndaate af Phllodelphla Colle·· af War·
mney, Π««« ef 184S.