1873-03-22 In the News March 22, 1873 - Daily Territorial Enterprise

Day before yesterday 130 car loads of ore were shipped from the Comstock range to the mills on the Carson River.



March 22, 1873 - Gold Hill Daily News

More locomotives. - We learn that the Virginia and Truckee Railroad Company have ordered two more locomotives from the Baldwin works, Philadelphia, one being a passenger and the other a freight engine.

Railroad Improvement. - A new side-track has recently been laid at the Santiago mill. The Railroad Company are also extending their road a considerable distance northward fro the Virginia City depot.

Coal Office. - Mr. Gallagher, our local dealer in fuel, has built for himself a comfortable office directly north of the coal dump in the vicinity of the railroad depot, Gold Hill.

Freight. - The receipts of freight at the railroad depot, Gold Hill, since yesterday, were as follows: Twenty-eight carloads of coal, one of pig iron and one of Merchandise.

Shipment of Ore. - The Virginia and Truckee Railroad Company, yesterday cleaned up and carried to the mills all the ore left on the dumps of the Hale and Norcross, Crown Point and Belcher mines.

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