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Photography Shop

Brothers J. SUTTERLEY. C. SUTTERLEY.

Sutterly Brothers – PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,

B Street, Corner of Taylor, Virginia N.T
N. B.— Pictures taken in all styles and sizes, either from life or copied from old pictures.

An assortment of costumes, backdrops, props, scenery

Restaurants & Bars

Restaurants

CHAPMAN’S CHOP HOUSE — Mrs. G. Chapman, – – Proprietress. / The choicest Steaks, most delicious Coffee, good Cooks, Attentive Waiters, and Moderate Prices are the attractive features of this Establishment.

Barnum Restaurant, cor B and Sutton Av

CHAPMAN’S CHOP HOUSE, north B, (see ad p 64)

Cowles G. W. M. 78 south C

Florentine Albert, north D

Griffin Juo. New York, south C

Gross Jno. 37 north B

Heeb Phillip, Grass Valley, 3 south B

Hopp Jno. 26 south B

Jenkins W. H. Colombo, south B

Occidental Hotel – Mrs. R. Morris, Proprietress, No. 89 south: C street, / The Rooms are clean, well furnished, and ventilated throughout.

ORLEANS RESTAURANT, Welch & Preston, 104 south C, – John Welch & R.S. Preston, Proprietors.

Progress, 33 north C

Rotisserie, Casamajan & Co. 20 north C

Sacramento Restaurant, 321 south C

Union Restaurant, 42 north C

United States Hotel – Nos. 31, 33 & 331 South B Street, W. A. MORRISON, – – – PROPRIETOR. / This Establishment having been enlarged and renovated throughout, has now a larger number of First Class Beds than any other house in the Territory, and affords excellent accommodations to travelers. / HOUSE OPEN ALL NIGHT

WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT, Mrs. Dill, 92 south C, (see ad p 212)

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Appach Adolph, 24 south B

Arcade Saloon, Main, op Silver House – Wines, Liquors and Cigars. C.B. Hall & L.D. Noyes proprietors

Artist’s Hall, Grenewald R. 16 north C

Barnes J. D. Court Exchange, 18 south B

Bradt Byron, 5 north B

Branch Saloon, Maguire’s Opera House, Maguire & Burns, prop’rs

Brown Jiio. Tontine, 3 south C

Cafe du Commerce, 38 north C

Claresy , B street

Concordia, 263 south C

Chrystal Peak, Gregory & Garman, 113 south C

Daley’s Exchange, 57 south C

Denaveaux Martin, south B

DELMONICO HOTEL – P. QUIGLEY, – – PROPRIETOR. THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLY RE-FITTED AND RENOVATED, AND IS THE MOST CENTRAL HOTEL IN THE CITY, Office of the California and Pacific Stage Co.

Delta, Jas. Malone, 24 north C

Dolan Jos. M. Snug. 9 south C

EL DORADO SALOON, Asa L. Waugaman, 54 s C, / Old Court House Building – Shell Oysters always on hand. / Hot Lunch from 11 to 3 P. M., every day. / ASA L. WAUGAMAN, Proprietor.

Fisher Mrs. 37 north B

Garibaldi Saloon, 42 north B

Getzler F. VV. & Co. 23 north C

Grosetta W. Virginia Saloon

Harris & Raphael, Gould & Curry Saloon, Maguire’s Opera House

Harris Jno. 39 north B

Himes L. & Co. 45 north B

Hitter F. Hitter’s Saloon, 77 south C

Hughes W. A. Union bet C and D

Maggener Thos. 28 south B

Mayers Jacob, 6 north C

McCourt & Flood, 71 south C

Mers Nick, Mountain VieAv, 44 north B

Mock Jno A. Merchants’ Exchange, north B

Mulcahy & Lammon, 9 north B

NEVADA BREWERY – JOHN RAPP & LOUIS REICK, PROPRIETORS OF THE / Mill Street – Below the Central Mill, VIRGINIA CITY, N. T.

Niagara Hall, 18 north B

OCCIDENTAL SALOON, Wm. McCoy, 26 south C, (Opposite Territorial Enterprise Office,) William McCoy, Proprietor.

Pinchard G. B. 74 south C

Piper Jno. cor B and Union

Great Republic, Taylor

First Ward House, 126 north C

Reticker J. A. 33 north B

Rice Abraham, 24 north B

Sacramento Saloon, Union, bet C and D

Sazerac, 10 south C

Seaward’s Saloon 97 south

Seer Oliver, 11 south C

SIERRA NEVADA HOTEL, Main Street, Silver City, N.T. / Proprietors— John C. Gruber & Mrs. E. Elliott. / This favorite Fire-proof Hotel has lately been enlarged, and is now a FIRST CLASS HOUSE. The TABLE is furnished with the best the Market affords. The BAR is supplied with the choicest Cigars and Liquors.

SPALDING V. 66 south C, – Oyster Bar

ST. LOUIS BREWERY, 132 & 134 South C Street, Virginia. ADAM GERHAUSER, – – Proprietor. Established 1st. May, 1863.

Sullivan C. 115 south

Summit Saloon, 368 Divide

Wallace Wm. 11 south C

Ward & Heffron, ArG:entine Saloon, 71 south C

Washoe Brewery, Junction B and C Streets – Herman Eggert, E. Tants Proprietors

WASHOE EXCHANGE, D. H. Russell, Proprietor, 24 SOUTH C STREET, THE LARGEST AND MOST COMMODIOUS BILLIARD ROOMS in the city. The Bar will be always stocked with the Choicest WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS — THE BIILLIARD ROOM IS UNDER TE SUPERINTENDENCE OF MR. C. H. FLINT.

Williams & Labassee, Express Exchange, 62 south

Wood & Wilson, 9 north C

Young America, F. & G. Deville, 59 south C