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THE EVENING NEWS.
Terrifie Scene. ? At about twelve o'clock, to-day, a spring wagon loaded with liquors from Virginia, having two horses at tached, was standing in front of a saloon on Main street, near the Eclipse Mill, when the dinner-whistle at the mill frightened the horses, who started on a full run down the street, creating a terror and consternation as they went. We were just ascending Main street," and saw the team dashing towards us at a most frightfully rate. When the team reached a little below the San Francisco Restaurant, the wagon struck the hind wheel of a buggy, twisting it off as easy as if it were but a pipe stem. Messrs. Vesy and Barnes were seated in the buggy, but escap ed most miraculously, without personal damage. After passing the buggy, the team ran over a small French boy, belonging to the Miner's Hotel. The little fellow saw the team coming, and was trying to get of the way, but being bewildered, he kept running in the street. Poor little fellow we saw hini crushed beneath the horses and the wagon, but we were too far from him to render as sistance. When one of the horse ran upon the boy, the horse fell, and within twenty feet from the spot, the wagon upset, and both horses fell into a heap. The poor boy was picked up insensible, blood streaming from his mouth, ears, and nose, and carried to an apothecary store, near by, where, after a lit tle while he revived and was then carried home. If the poor child survives, it is more than we anticipate. Bible Society. ? At a meeting of the Ex ecutive Committee of Storey county Bible Society, held on last Wednesday evening, it was resolved that an anniversary of the So ciety be held at the District Court room, Virginia, on Tuesday evening, November 10th, at half past seven o'clock. Mr. Win ton was appointed a committee to make necessary araangements for said meeting, and to extend an invitation to the clergy of the city to be present and assist in the ex ercises of the evening. It was also ordered that an election of officers for the ensuing year be held on the evening of said anni versary, and an opportunity given to any who may desire to become an annual or life msmbor of said Society. The meeting will doubtless be one of great interest. National Guards. ? We were present for a few moments at the drill of the National Guards, at their armory last night. They are Snaking excellent proficiency in their drill un der their efficient drill officers. Capt. Melville had just divided the company into squads as we entered, which were put through the ma neuvers by Lieutenants GUiott and Thoinan. Officers and men acquitted themselves well, considering that raw recruits are coming into the ranks every evening, necessarily causing some confusion. " Has it Stopped ?" ? To-day as a prairie schooner was unloading in front of the Fast Freight office, on Taylor street, Virginia, the teamster dropped a huge cheese overboard, which rolled down Taylor street, through about six inches of thin mud, and turning the corner of C, went out of sight like a loco motive, knocking over a small" boy and sev eral " pumps" on its way. The teamster at this juncture inquired very honestly to know " whether the d ? d thing had stopped Philosophical cuss that. New Grade. ? Bantam & Co. have com menced the construction of a new grade from Placerville. It will follow the north *ide of American River, will be forty feet wide, and the rise in the grade will be so gradual as to be almost imperceptible. We are informed that this grade will shorten the time of the stages between Placerville and Virginia some four hours at the least. Over ?>ne hundred men are now at work on th. road, and one mile aud a half of it is already completed. Judge Lecoxey's Coukt. ? We have been to the place appointed for His Honor, Judge Leconey, to hold his daily levee's less than a thousand times to-day, atrd have failed in each and every instance of having the pleas ure of looking upon his austere countenance, and also in obtaining ye item of d.d. ?10 and costs ; committed, which ye reporters do dine npon sumtuously at his table daily. This Court did not convene to-day until 2 o'clock. District Cockt. ? Judge Locke presiding, t) onnery was yesterday afternoon found guilty of highway robbery. He will receive his sentence on Monday next. The atten tion of the Court has been occupied during this morning in empaneling^ a jury in the case of the People vs. Francis Valkert, (col ored,) for the killing of another colored man at the time of the fire-riot last August. " Smartie." ? We received another pack age of papers from the office, this morning( at the hands of the polite agent of the Tele graph Stage Line. While lying on his desk, " Greeny" came along, drew the profile of a gentleman supposed to be right from Mud Springs ? wrote our name under it ? and for we wouldn't sabe? he added the word " Smar tiee." That's et literatum? et punctuatum et spellatum ? Fact. Judge Wetherill's Court this Morn ing. ? Light & Allman vs. Josephine Dodge, suit for 8? 50, bill for house hire. Defendant confessed judgment and paid the bill, together with the costs of the Court. Dias & Glauber vs. Jerrv Guanay, suit on book account of ?26 03. This cause went by default, and judgment entered for plaintiff. Crossings.? Everybody and all his boys, "or any other man," were building street crossings yesterday. It is so much pleas anter to work in mud knee deep, you know, than to prepare fir a storm before hand. " Better late than never" is not a bad motto, and persons can traverse the streets of Vir ginia to-day with some degree of pleasure. " Fishy." ? Two individuals who are warm friends, under general circumstances, took a third party, old Tangle-foot, into their con fidene, and the result was that he got them into a muss in front of the International, at Virginia vesterday. Officer Watson happen ed around that way just in time to spou the fun ? just like him. John P. Cullen. ? Mr. Cullen has been admitted to bail in the sum of $10,000. The Jury in his case stood nine for acquittal ? two for manslaughter, and one for murder in the # first degreo ? instead of two ? as has been stated. ^ Vfco firomon r\f XJ\ X I X" !??.??!.?. ***v M4VM.V?? V. AS'mj ~ ton held a meeting to-day at Doyle's Hall, in that place, for the purpose of perfecting the organization of a fire department for that town. From a person just arrived in Virginia over the Placerville roate, we learn that there is scarcely a trace of snow upon the moun tains. Coffee and Cakes.? Whoso liketh this sort of a lunch, can devour the same in great luxury and state at the St. Charles bakery, in V irginia, next door to the Virginia City Hotel. Wells, Fargo & Co. shipped 930,629 from their Virginia office this morning. Fare to Reese River is forty dollars. A Happt Mawua9I.? Oar mncH-respeeted fellow-townsman, W. H. Dolma*, Esq., was yes terday joined in the holy band* of wedlock to Miss C. C. Hcerner, at Carson city. The News office was remembered with a supply of wine and cake? for which token of regard, the Printers join in wiahing the happy couple an endless life of bliss. (See Marriages in another column.) S.MiRT. ? We wonder whether the local of the Gold Htll News ever lived at Mud Springs ? That's a famous place for smart men. He must either have lived there himself or have been very Intimately acquainted with gome one who did, or he never Coitd be as smeftt as he is. Why, he is so smart that be makes us stand father for items that never appeared in the Bulletin at all at all. He actually states, with the villainous design of injuring our reputation for veracity, that we stated that the Felix aud San Francisco mines are in the Blue Sulphur Springs District, when we never said anything of the kind! We stated, what we believe is the fact, that the Santiago claim is In that district, and if Mr. Smarty will call at our sanctum, we will show him a deed for feet in that claim, which is described as being in the Bine Sulphur Springs. Perhaps this is not <iuite so convincing as Mr. Sinarty's say so. As the local of the NEWS appears to be so well posted on the subject, it would be a capital thing for him if he would define the boundaries of the Blue Sulphur Springs and Spring Valley Dis tricts. ? Bulletin. Now, that is interesting. " Greeney" has used us up ? annihilated us ; but in doing so, he bor rows his epithets from an article of Mark Twain's in relation to himself. Good idea ! and then Mark's article also raised Aim. dripping from the mire of" Mud Springs."' He serves us likewise^ Original idea ! We always thought Greeney was an original cuss, and now we know it. Oue would naturally suppose that the term " Smarty\ did'at set well on " Greeney V stomach, and therefore when be set about annihilating us, he with malice aforethought calls us " Smarty," and winds up with a crusher by asking us for the boundary of a Miuing District that never had an existence, or even a name outside the columns of the Bulletin. " Greeney," we cau't give them to you. We acknowledge that corn ? yea, verily ? give it up. There is no such district as the Spring Valley Mining District in the Territory. Now as to the Santiago mine. We happened to be a locator in that institution, and know its his tory from its lirst location as the Zouave to its re-location as the Excelsior, and incorporation as the Santiago. Such was its mortem history in the days of Peachy, Maynard & Co. For we also have been " through its galleries and cham bers, and have seen the grey ores supposed to be full of gold and silver." There is a Santiago No. 2 over in Blue Sulphur Spring District, that no body ever heard of, and we suppose that is the ground Greenev's deed calls for. All right. You just hold on to "it, there may (?) be a speculation a la Sharps and Flats in that some day. The original Santiago, however, will be found re corded in the Devil's Gate Mining District of 18(50 as the Zouave, aud in the same records of 1?61 as the Excelsior. Dim de Qttille, of the Enterprise, ' rejoices over the fact that we are in for it with " Greeney" of the Bulletin, and screeches in an ecstacy of delight, "Fight! You- rascals." But your sport is ended ? this is our last toot on the subject. We have sold our last clam. (Conti- ( deutial ? We put that iu so as to give " Greeney" a chance to come back at us. ? " S.maKTY.") THAT Cistern. ? The cistern at the corner of B and Union streets, Virginia, will be finished some time between now and Christmas. It affords us great pleasure to be able to make this statement, without fear of injuring the reputation of the press of this Territory for veracity. THE thermometer stood at 54? at Virginia, this morning, at 6 o'clock. Hay and WOOD. ? These articles are coming into Virginia again in abundance ? the condition of the roads being very much improved. THANKS. ? We are under many oblations to Mr. John McCarty, Secretary of the Washoe Stock and Exchange Board, for daily reports ofv the operations in that body. The Enrollment and California. ? The Sacramento Bee says : "The enrollment, which not. a few copper heads predicted would be attended with riotous results in some portions of this State is progressing rapidly, and thus far, peace ably. A few ignorant or foolish individuals have refused to answer the questions asked by the officers, for which disobedience and contempt thev have been forwarded to Alca traz, where tliey shall atone for their mis deeds. There shall be no New York or Bos ton or Ohio or Illinois rowdyism here, or if there be, no blank cartridges will be fired up on a traitorous mob. The pirate Alabama, on the 27th of July* arrived oif the Cape of Good Hope, having captured sis American ships from the time she left Brazil, of which she burned : Ama zonian. Talisman, Conrad S. Gildersleeve, Anna F. Schmidt and Express. On the 2d of August she captured the ship Sea Bird. The Alabama left Table Bay, after repairing on the 15th of August, for a cruise . SMaIL Pox at Panama. ? The Bulletin says that in some portions of Panama the disease is said to have created a perfect stam pede of the natives, they being so horror stricken in some instances as to abandon the sick and refuse to bury the dead who fester ing in their rottenness spread still farther the foul disease. , Railroad to Stockton. ? The Stockton Independent of Oct. 21st says : We have been informed that the engineer corps employed on the survey of the Pacific Railroad between San Jose and Stockton were encamped near Chamberlain's ranch, eighteen or twenty miles southeast of this city, having carried their line fairly across the Coast Range, and into the San Joaquin valley. Its extension to this point will pro bably be accomplished within ten days. The survey has been made under the immediate supervision of Wm. J. Lewis, the Chief En gineer of the road, and he has succeeded in finding & better route than he anticipated at the outset. There is every probability that within eighteen months the road from San Francisco to Stockton will be completed and in operation. Corporation Liabilities.? We are pleas ed to notice that our neighbor of the Bulletin fully agrees with us as to the proper bounds of the liabilities of stockholders in corpora tions. The provision of the California Constitution, and which has been followed by the Legislature of this Territory, is the true and just measure of liability and should be, by all means incorporated in our State Constitution. _ "Scots Wha Ha' 1"? We have been in formed that some of the Scotchmen in this region are talking of making preparations to celebrate the annual anniversary of the birth day of "Nature's Sweet Bard"? -the immor tal Robert Burns. If suitable accommoda tions for the occasion can be obtained in Vir ginia, Gold Hill or Silver City, we doubt not the affair will come off, and if it does, we pre dict for it the most pleasant celebration ever observed in the Territory. We shall refer to the subject again. JOHN V. A* LANSING, Wholesale and Retail GROCER, AND DEALER IN Hardware, Blasting Powder, FLOUR AND PEED, Coal Oil, Lamps,. &o Fire-proof Building, Main street, GOLD HILL* 012 Commissioner of Deeds lor Califor nia. SAMUEL ARNOLD, Town Marshall OFFICE? With Judge Robinson. BURBANK A EDGERTON, Attorneys at Law?*OfEce, No. 15 ft 17 Taylor's buildings, corner of Taylor and C streets, Virginia. ol2 Washoe Stock and Exeb&nge Board. FRIDAY, Nov. 0, 2' o'clock, P. M. VIRGINIA DISTRICT. STOCK. Allen ... Beat & Bel'r Beach & P'n B. Moscow Bum side ... Bum side S. Bird sail Belvidefc .. Ba j. &.Q. E. California . . Central.... Chollar . . Cedar HU1 T El Dorado. Empire.... Fides Gould & C'y Harrison G. L. V. I. Grass Vall'y Hale Nor. Honduras . . Hurnt&M'h ? Iowa Insurance . ? Iudus Kinney .... Kenosha. . . . Layayette ? Lester I. across Milton BID. 315 ASK. $ 30 400 75 50 32}| 60 95 5 15 tiO 40 STOCK. I BID. McClellan . Moss...... Madison Moray Mt Davids'n Ophir Oriental. . . Osceola Orleans Flat Oneida. . . Potoai . . . ! Peyton a . Pride of We Poormau . . . Persever'ce . Ponce de Lu Phoenix Sides. Sacramento Spanish No2j Seneca Sutro Santa Rita Santa Fe... SierraNev'al Savage United Sta's Utah lUnlon White &M'y Sampson . . . | Sham rock.. 10 ASK $140 20 30 1000 80 12 6 15 25 80 GOLD HILL DISTRICT. 14 75 40 41 100 3 40 12} 15 52} 47 150 8 60 40 50 15 Leon Minerva.... Mary Ann. Michigan... Midas N. American New Oregon N Plus Ultra Overman.. Omega Princess . . . Sierra Superior . . . Ste'n Kehoe Swozy S. American Uncle Sam Union Vir <fc G. H. .Divide. .. Vesuvius Yellow Jac't Yolo White Hous 59 225 |112j 50 2000 65 20 550 500 140 I 155 PALMYRA Distiller. Exchange..' I HKnppahau'kl SILVER STAR DISTRICT. Arizone....! i 5 ||St. Jolmn...| | ? - Belle Union.1 1 15 11 ' 1 DEVIL'S GATE DISTRICT. T Bob Black.. Paney Dayton Hawley . ...! KansaB i ?30 Pride of W't Pioneer.. .. Seb&stopol Wide West -10 FI.OWERY DISTRICT. Lady Bryan I ! uPac. T. ? M1, i ? Additional. ? Gold Hill Dintrict ? Virginia Hill, 84 asked ; Granada, $2 asked. Devil's Gate District? Gem of, Nevada, 95 bid, $10 asked. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTS. NEW A S ? A Y OFFICE. H. \V. LASSELLE. Late assayer for palmer i DAY, Gold Hill, has opened an Assay office in Gold Hill, where he will confine him self strictly to the Assaying of Ores of every description, and he guarantees, by the entire absence of bullion from his furnace, to obtain true and accurate results. Office opposite A.B. Paul & Co.'s Banking House. For the correctness of my assays, I refer to the following-mining companies: A. B. Paul t: Co. Doak & Co., Hamilton <Sr Co. ' Irvin & Co. Douglas & Co. Pioda & Co. Palmer & Dav, etc. etc. Fees, $3 00. Oct 12 F. A. TRITLE. DANIEL ST. C. STEEVEN8. TRITLE <fc STEEVENS, SEARCHERS OP RECORDS, Convtyauctri, Notaries Public* etc. OFFICE, NO. 48 n STREET, OVER RllYAN AND SEELV'S. fl ANIEL St. STEEVENS, late of Sacra M f mento, takes this opportunity of in forming his friends and the public, that he has become a permanent resident of Virginia, and has associated himself with Mr. F. A. Tritle as above. Having been exclusively engaged in the business of "Searcher of Rec ords the past 14 years, he is thoroughly conversant with this profession in all its branches, and will guarantee perfect and reli able abstracts of Title and Incumbrances, and correct recapitulations thereof, in all eases when engaged and required. Virginia, Oct. 12, *63. ol2 LaFLOWER & HUMPHREY'S GREY HOUND SALOON, Opposite Veasey Jlouse, Gold Hill. ALWAY8 OX HAND, THE VERY BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CI6ARS. oc!9 tf Exchange & Billiard SALOON, WHITE & YUST, Proprietors, GOLD HILL. WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, etc. of the best quality kept at the Bar. (I~pFREE LUNCH served every day from 12 to 2 o'clock. The Proprietors will be happy to meet thei2 friends at all times. folr E. A. GAMBLE, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Faints, & Oils., Next Door to theAank Exchange, GOLD HILLv LARGE assortment of FRENCH AND ENGLISH PERrUMERY, Always on h a h d. 0*Particular attention paid to preparing Physicians' prescriptions. 012 m. rcuxKzxHEiMEa i..a. Asmin FRANEENHEIMER & CO, ??? .DEALERS IN. * ? ? Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, Millinery and Genu' Furnishing goods:, LADIES' AND CHILDREN* SHOES, Etc., Fire-Proof Store, Main street, Gold Hill, N.T. Oct 12 Miscellaneous adverts. KOfcN BROTHERS, MAIN STREET GOLD HILL. WHOLESALE AHA) RETAIL DEALERS III Groceries, I"* revisions, Wines, Liquors, Clothing, Crockery, Gltt??ware, Boots, Shoes, Powder, Fuse, Picks, Shovels, Plated Wars, Etc.) Etc., Etc. OCR Gr R O CERIE8 Are Selected EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET, And can be Bought AX LOWER PRICES Than anywhere in this Territory KORN BROTHERS, MAIN STREET GOLD HILL. (oc!2-tf j L. B. FRANKEL & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCER1E8, PROVISIONS. HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, LIQUORS, CROCKERY, BEDDING, COAL AND MACHINE OIL, ETC, CLOSING OUT THE BALANCE 0F FURNITURE ON HAND, BELOW COST: Stone Store, Main St., GOLD HILL, NEVADA TERRITORY, [ocl2 tf ] E. B. HICK. C. E. LIYEItMOKK. Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils KICE S. LIVERMORE, Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS, / Corner C and Taylor streets, VIRG^IA N.T. e solicit the attention of Mill owners and eountry dealers to our large and well selected stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES,-' CHEMICALS, ACIDS PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, VARNISH, PUTTY, BRUSHES, PFIIFUMERY, POMADE, FANCY ARTICLES, etc. etc. We offer the above goods at the lowest cash prices, in quantities to suit. RICE & LIVEBMORB, Wholesale Drnggiiti, HAVE on hand and for sale ? Sulph. Acid; " " chemically pure. Nitric Acid, " " chemically pure. Muriatic Acid, " " chemically pure. Tartaric Acid, Tannic Acid, Acetic Acid, Oxalic Acid} Sal Ammoniac, Sulph. Soda, - " Copper> " Iron, Gum Catechu, Potash, Borax, Alum. QUICKSILVER. BICE A LIYEBMOBE, DRUGGISTS, J?EEP FOR SALE? White Lead, Whiting, Red Lead, Paris white, Black Lead, Venetian Red, Copal Varnish, Yellow Ochre* Damar " Umbers, Shellac " Siennias, Mastic " Gold Leaf, Bronze Powdef, Gold Size, Linseed Oil, Coal Oil, Alcohol, Camphene, Machinc Oil, Neatsfoot Oil, China Nut Oil, Sperm Oil. Paint Brushes, Whitewash Brashes, Dusting Brushes, Shoe Brashes, Coal Oil Lamps, Cod Oil Chimneys, ? Coal Oil Wicks, Crucibles, all Test Tubes, Maftrixes, Bone Ash, Cupels, Evaporating dish e? 8#edish Leech, Fishing Tackle, all kinds ; Magnifying glass* ft? ? ?tC?| RICK * LIVBRMORB, ? 92 r,,9^d Taylor ?*re?ts, Virginia. Oct. 12. 1863- ? GrILLIO, MOTT & CO. JOHN QUAIGf Virginia E. B. MOTT, Jit. . ?? Son FrancUcte & Sacramento GILLIG, MOTT & CO. IMPORTERS ? AND ? WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Hardware, Brass Goods, Iron, Steel, Copper, ' Belting, * Gas Pipe, Stoves, Tinware, Etc*, Etc., Etc* NEW BRICK BUILDING, 33 and 33 Aonth C Street, Comer of Taylor, Virginia, N. T. TT7E ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR FALL and Winter Stock of STOVES, TINWARE, IRON, NAILS, BRASS GOODS, GAS PIPE, BELTING, WIRE SCREENS, I Etc., Etc., Etc. All of which we olfcr at the lowest rate*, GILLIG, MOTT & CO. (Late Kelly, Mott & Co.) ? FOB QtJARTZ MILLS, ^TE OFFER FOR 8ALE 400,000 lb a. Bar, Band and Sheet Iron ; 50, 000 tts. Boiler Iron; 30,000 IBs. Track Iron 1 15,000 lb g. Cast Steel ; 5,000 ltss. Spring and Toe Cork Steel) 5,000 bdlg. Toe and Sho? Shape ; 6,000 lb a. Sheet Copper; 30,000 tlJB. Lead Pipe, assorted alzce; 18,000 feet Rubber Bolting) all 3,000 feet Leather Belting, all sites ; 50,001) feet Gag Pipe, from } Inch to 4-inch, 4,000 feet Brans and Iron Wire Screens, 400 Whcclbarrrows; 1,200 kepi Nails. 35.000 Carriage and Machine Bolts, all sUet; 500 dozen Brans Bibs, 100 dozen Globe Valves; . 100 dozen Olnbc Valves; 5,000 Elbows, Tees, Etc; 300 dozen Shovels ; 100 dozen Picks t Heavy Oak Palis, "Steam Guagfl*, Wrenches Pick Handles, Sledge Handles, Etc. GILLIG, MOTT & CO., IMPORTERS OF HARDWARE, ETC., ETC., 33 and 35 South C Street, Virginia. Stoves, Stoves, Stoves! E HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST stock of Stoves la this Territory, which we offer at the lowest rates, We haves Large Mammoth Stoves; Extension-Back Stoves, large, well furnished , Kxtennion-Back Stoves, medium and small ; 1,U00 Cooking Stoves, Buck' 8 Patent, all slies; Premium and Stute Cooking Stoves, all sizes; 600 Parlor and Offico stoves, various pattern* ; Large Saloon Stoves, with drums; Sheet Iron Stoves; Ordinary, or Russia Iron Pipe. GILLIG, MOTT 6 CO., (Late Kelly, Mott & Co.) IMPORTERS OP STOVES & HARDWARE, Corner C and Taylor Stteots, Virginia. E MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OP ' T Copper, Sheet-Iron, Zinc aad Tin Work. We now have our large Manufacturing De partment completed, and are prepared to execute all orders with dispatch) tn the best manner, and et low fates. 5y Especial attention paid to JOBBING at Quartz MHls, and ebewere.h GILLIG, MOTT & CO., IMPORTERS OF STOVES ft HARDWARE, New Brick Block, Corner C and Taylor Stt. TO BLACItSMlTHSi ?^E HAVE ON HAND AND FOB SALE: Blacksmiths' BeQowi: Blacksmith*' Anvil*; Blackimfthi' 81edg??; Blacksmiths' Vices, Shoo Shape; All kinds of Bar and Sheet Iron, Cait Steel, Spring Steel, Toe Cork Steel, Hone Noil*, 1,000 ton. Refined Borax, and Carriage Bolt*. Together with a general assortment of Black tmlthi' Tooli. TO BUILDERS^ Vnt HAVfe ON HAND AND ARE CON " itantly receiving, BUILDING MATERIAL, ?Confuting In fart of Plain aa4 Moulded Door*, all viae* Window*, all iltei; Nails, Spike*, Doot*, t<o?k*; . Aaaofted Palnti; Paint Brashes; Trowel*, Etc., Etc., Per sale at th? tewect tnarket rate*. GELLIG, MOTT & CO., (Late Rally, Mott ? Co.) 33 ml 39 C Street, Vfrgtei*. [oelSifJ MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTS. S. HAAS & CO,. MAI* STREET, GGL& HILL, WOULD coll the attention of the citi zens of Gold Hill, and' vicinity, to ii . FTiVE AND FASHIONABLE Stock of CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES. And Cents' Enrnishinf Goods, Of ?rei7 Description. We hare just received a large and well se lected stock of custom-made Fine Beaver & Caasimere Suits, Of the Best made Style and Fit, .Uanufactured Expressly for this mar ? ket* TRUNKS, VALISE a, California Blankets, Carpet Bags, ALL KINDS OP GENTS' UNDER CLOTHING, Together with every article belonging to the trade, can be found at this Establishment. Oct. 12, 1863. B i unn, niiiiiii at i/u., Main street* Gold Hili? DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, POWDER, FUSE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE, LIQUORS, etc. [o!2 B. LEVISON, Wholesale and Betail Dealer in BOOKS AND STATIONERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO, FANCY GOODS, &c. A GOOD assortment of Meerschaum Pipes on hand. ol2_ WM. S.BURNS & CO" OPPOSITE UNION MILL, Gold Hill, Wholesale and Betail DEALERS IN Produce, Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, etc. Granite and Bay State Flour, Fresh Bntter and Eggs, Kerosene, Barley; Ac. McLaughlin & Root. No. 41 South C street, VIRGINIA, N. T., Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN HABDWABE, BAB IRON, Steel, Sheet, Plate, and Boiler IRON Sheet, Bolt and Bar Copper OF ALL SIZES. Tin Plate and Zinc, Flanlshed-Japanned, And Plain Tin Ware, Of every description. Crockery and China Ware. Rubber and Leather Belting . Of all Sise*, RUBBER, PISTON, HEMP AID COTTON PACKING, BLACKSMITHS' BELLOWS, ANVILS, VISE, TONGS, And every variety used in that line. Brass Goods Of every description for Gu, Water and Steam. ^LSO OK HAND? Gas Pipe, in lots to suit, from 1-2 to 4 inch. Elbows and fittings of every pattern. Eastern Doors, panel and sash, 6 to 10 feet. Windows and bunds of all sizes. Carpenters' Tuols of *8 the newest styles and of the best manufacturers. Car wheels and mining tools of every de scription. Lead Pipe and sheet lead. Westennohn's pocket cutlery. Colt's Revolvers and Derringers, assorted. Powder, caps and balls. Flasks and game bags. Wagon-axies and springs, Axle-grease and tar. Plows, yokes, forks, scythes, and farming Toots of all kinds. PAINTS, OILS <k GLASS. WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. LARGE OVEN COOKING STOVES. Buck's, Empire State, Golden Harp, Wide West, Bay State, Belle ef Troy, Diamond Rock, Golden Rate, Pride of the West, Henry Clay, Pride of the Pacific, Charter Oak, Western Chief, Pilots, Clippers Also, Parlor and Parltfr Cook Stores o t ev ery variety ; bet and bar-room stoves from 16 to 40 inches. A general assortment of HOUSE (FURNISHING GOODS. A LLo? the above Goods have heenim potted direct from the EaaternMsnu facturers, whuft enables us to sell CHEAP FOR CASH. MoLA&OHLIN ft BOOT, No.41 ?nrth Cutteet, Virginia, N. T. Oct. 12, 1863. ECLIPSE ^|- STABLE, | MAIN ST. GOLD HILL mm KOftS * ATL8WORTH. Oct. 12, 1863.