Travel Is Fatal!
    To Prejudices and Biases
     ~ Mark Twain


To The Bucket of Blood Saloon

Bucket of Blood Saloon
VIRGINIA CITY, NEVADA--The Bucket of Blood Saloon, was rebuilt after the fire of 1875. In spite of its sinister name, the Saloon gives off the charm of the old time hey-days with its many hanging lamps and mirrors. Memories of the past await the visitor wandering in to the bar for a cold drink in this cool oasis.
We hope you enjoy your trip to Virginia City and stop by the Bucket of Blood Saloon. Tell the owners you found them because of the Territorial Enterprise ~ on the web ~ and that perhaps you'll raise your glass to toast ol' Dan DeQuille and Mark Twain. Without their reporting of the Comstock we would have little left to tell you about the glorious days when silver was king and the drinks ran like water from the saloons of yesterday.

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