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THE GOLD
VOL. 1,
GOLD HILL, N. T:, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, 1863,
NO. 30.
THE EVENING NEWS
Is published every Evening, (.Sundays excepted,)
? BY ?
LYNCH & MUNDALL.
PHII.IP LYNCH. J- H. MU.NDAIJ..
Office : ? South M;iiu Street, Gold Hill, in the
building lately occupied by Wells, Fargo St Co.'s
Express.
TERMS:
One Year, by Mail or Express $16 00
Nix Months 10 00
Three Mouths 6 00
THE DAILY NEWS
Is delivered in Gold HiM, Virginia and Silver City,
at Fifty Cents pick Wkkk.
AGENTS:
L. P. FISHER San Franrtaco
MK. I.AKAHKE, News Agent San Fnuirtarn
EDWARDS & CO Sacramento
assessments levied.
Office or thr Ttinntoiioiiioh <?. and .?*.
it. Co. ? Gold Hill, Oct. 3!*th, 16H3. ? At a meeting
of thr Trustees of the Miautonomok Gold and
Silver Mining Company, an assessment of twenty
eents [>er share was levied, payable immediately
to the Secretary. H. C. BROOKE,
o:tO-liu Secretary.
Pride Of Amcrira I'ompaaj, ? An
assessment this day levied, of fifty cents per
share, is pavable immediatelv to the Secretary.
GEO. G. Bl'KN'ETT, Secy.
Oold Hill. Oft. 29th. IStiX o38-lm
wi>k(;akd>kr x m. n. co.?
NOTR'K. ? At a meeting of the Hoard of Trus
tees of silid Company, oil Oct. 24th. If'KS, an ;is-v
sess merit of < >ne Dollar ($1 (10) was levied on
each and every share of the capital stock of the
Company. payable immediately, in United States
gold coin, to the Secretary of said Company, at
liis office, in Odd Fellows' Building.
J. J. DENXY, Sec y.
Gold Hill. Oct. J4th. ia?? 27-lm
('ARMO>' ?.&- *?. n. CO ? Ahmm
meat Notice. ? At a Meeting of the Trustees of
the Carson Oold and Silver Mining Company,
held at the office of the Company, on the Twenty
Vourth day of October. A. D." 1HKI. an Assess
ment of Fifty Cents a share on each and every
share of the Capital Stock of the Company was
levied, payable immediately to the Secretary, at
lus office, in Gold llill. in United States gold coin
By order of the Board of Trustees.
W.M. W. BISHOP, Sec'v.
Gold Hill. Oct. 37. lsilt? lm
Holle Fontaine G. and M. 71. Co. ?
An assessment iNo. 5.) of one ($1 00) dollar per
share was duly levied this day by the Trustees of
said coinpauv, made payable immediately in I".
S. gold coin to the Secretary at his office, Mum
street, opposite Odd Fellow's Hall.
A. J. GOl'LD, Secretary.
Gold Hill. Oct. 30th. ltft? o30-lm
Dnrdaiiellc 4?old nnd Milver Tliniii^ I
Company. ? An assessment of One Dollar per
?hare win this day levied on the capital stock of |
the above Company, pay able to the Secretary im
mediately, at his office. Ilv order of the Board of
Trustee*. GEO. W. TL'RNEY, Nee ' v.
(?old Hill.Nor.fi. no7-lm
WooNcy 4 -old and Milvcr .Uiiuuy
Co. up any. Gold Hill District, X. T.; Office X??.
Jackson Street, San Francisco, CaL October .'iOrh,
1H6.1 ? Assessment Xv. 3 ? At a meeting of the
Hoard of Trustee* of this Company, held this day,
*m assessment of fifty (oO) cents per share was
levied upon the capital stock of said Company,
payable immediately, in United States gold coin,
to the Secretary, at the office of the Company, or
to George W. Turney. at O. 1L Piatt's office, Gold
llill. St ore v Count v, X. T.
no3 1m * E. C. LOVELL, Secy.
l^tfaTcttc <>. & M, .71, ('#. ? A*wf*a?
* went Notice. ? At a meeting of the Board of Trus
tees of the Lafayette Gold and Silver Mining Co,
of Gold Hill. Nevada Territory, held on the ftOth
?day of October, lHitt, an Assessment of Two Dol
lars per share was duly levied on the capital
f*tork of said Company, payable immediately in
?Gold Coin of the Cutted States. to the Secretary
at his offise. No. ?t) Merchant street. San Fran
cisco. or to Moses Hirschman, Treasurer, at Gold
Hill. X. T. Bv order of the Board of Trustee#.
n.'Mtn * I). IXGOLSBY, Sec'y.
4-oldcn Munti l<old A- Nilrcr Hilling
Company, Gold Hill District? Office, American ,
Flat Hotel. American Flat, X. T. ? At a meeting
*>f the Trustees held on the 2d day of November,
an assessment of fifty cents per share was
?duly levied on each share of the capit;d stock of
the above Company, payable immediately to the
Secretary. Parties owing back assessments will
please take notice that their names will shortly
appear as delinquent*, as they properly should,
aud their stock in doe time be sold out according:
to law. WILLIAM HUNT,
HolMm* Sec y G. &, S. M. Co.
Kentucky fSol?\ ana silver .iininn
<'ompauv. Gold Hill District, office American
Flat Hotel, American Flat, X. T. ? At a meeting
of the Trustee*, held on the .'Slut day of October,
18tvi, an assessment of (25> twenty-five cent* per
share was duly levied on each share of the Capi
tal Stock of liie above Company, payable imme
diately to the Secretary at his office at American
Flat. " All delintineut stock at expiration of thirty
da vs. will be dnlr advertised and sold according
to "law. William hcnt, sec'y k. Co.
American Flat, Nov. 2d, 186& tio2-lm*
Crown Point Gold and Silver Mi
ning Company. ? OtSce 321 Front street, San
Francisco, Oct. 13, 1863. ? At a meeting of
the Board of Trustees of the above mentioned
Company, held at the office, this day, an
assessment of tweftty-five dollars per share
was duly levied, payable immediatelv to H.
"Woodcock, Superintendent, Gold Hilt, X.T.,
?or to the Secretary, at the office of the Com*
pany. By order of the Board of Trustees.
oi5-lm J. H. JOXES, Sec'y.
Jewell and Nhepnrd Gold & Silver
Mining Company. ? At the rtrst regular meeting
of the Trustees of the above-named Company,
hold at Gold Hill, November 3d. an assessment of
Fifty Cents (50) per share was levied, payable
immediatelv to the Seeretarv, at his office (oppo
site Odd Fellows' Hall) in Gold Hill.
ALOXZO JEWETT, Sea'v.
Hold Hill. Nov. 6th. 18t& no?-lm
SPECIAL MIXING NOTICES.
NOTICE. ?The- public is hereby
?cautioned against purchasing or negotiating
for' the following certificates of stock in the
Michigan Mining aad Mill Company, as the
same were s >ld for assessments at public
auction to the highest bidder, in front of the
office of the Secretary in Gold Hill, on the
24th day of October inst., and will not be
transferred on the books of the company :
Geo. P. Gillis, Certificate No. 144 for 3 shr's
Solomon Giller, Certificate No. 68 for 5 shr's
Solomon Giller, Certificate No. 69 for 5 shr's
<3. W . Luffcin, 7 sh's of cert'e No 35 for 10 sh's
J. H. Fish, 7 sh's of certifi'e No. 78 for 10 sh's
?28-lm S. H. ROBINSON, Sec'y.
^Notice to Contractors.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
ceived at the Sectary's office of the Golden
Horn Company to run their Tunnel One Hundred
Feet from tfcc present bnlkhead, the Company to
furnish a car and lumber. Open for bids till the
17th instant. WM. HUNT. Sec'y G. H. Co.
A merican Flat. Nov. !>th. 1863L nolO td*
CAUTION.
The public is hereby cautioned
not to purchase anv of the certificates of
stock of the Fofcade & Rickard Gold and Silver
Mining Company, descabed below, and standing
in the names of the following persons on the
books of the Company, the same having been sold
on the 19th day of October last, at public auction,
according to law, for the payment of assessments
due thereon :
SAMCS. CERTIFICATES. SHARES
W c Davol Nos. 9, 10 and 11 100
J H Mills " 60. 61, 6B and 61 100
A Thompson "97 11
A. LUKIN. Sec'y.
Gold Hill, N. T., Not. lit, 1961 no3-ln '
SPECIAL MINING NOTICES.
Notice.? The Drlinqornl Slockholdi '
ers of the Palo Alto Gold and Silver Mining Com
pany, are hereby notified that in accordance with
t Iih by-laws of said company, and an order of the
Board of Trustees, then- will be sold at anction,
in front of the Post Office, Gold Hill, N. T., on
the 8th of December, 1863, between the hours of
12, >1. and 3 P. M.. so innth of the interest of each
delinquent stockholder as will be necessary to pay
their delinquent assessments and costs of sale and
advertising.* J. S. WA11KINS, Sec'v.,
Gold Hill, Xov. 6-1 m P. A. G. & S. M* Co.
Consolidated Gold and Silver Mi
ning Company.? Assessment Sale. ? Notice
is hereby given that on Saturday, the 14th
day of November, a. i>. 1863, at one o'clock
p. M., in front of the Company's office in
Gold Hill, will be sold at public auction so
manv shares of the following parties' stock
in the above company, as will pay the
amount of assessments set opposite * their
names :
By order of the Board of Trustees.
WM. W. BISHOP, Scc'r.
Gold Hill, October 10^ 1863. ol2-lm
Potomac Cold and Silver .Hilling
Company. ? Notice is hereby (riven that a general
meetinjr "of the stockholders of the above named
company will be held on Monday, the !M)th iust.,
at 2 o'clock P. M., at the company's office, new
brick huildiuK, two doors below tlft Gold Hill
Hotel, Main street, Gold Hill. A full attendance
is requested, as business of importance is to be
transacted. A. Ll'KIN, Secretaty.
Gold Hill. Xov. 8. 1863. no9 td
John Gossage..
John Kneeland.
John Overman.
J L Requa
J S Steadman..
? names:
SHARES: AMOl'&T:
..2.52 A $631 25
... 12 j 31 '2.5
. . 96 240 00
.. 124 31 '2-5
.. 10 25 00
NOTICE.? The Public are hereby
cautioned against purchasing or negotiating
for a certificate of stock in the South Ophir
Gold and Silver Mining Company, to L. G.
A. Coursoles, of 5 shares, No. 43 ; and 2.5
shares, standing in the name of N. K. Lam
son, as the same were sold for assessment at
public auction, in front of the South Ophir
Company's Office, on the 17th October, 1863,
and will not be transferred bv the Secretary.
Bv order of the Board of Trustees.
oc23 lm V. I.EMF.UY, Sec'y.
Forr.id. A Kirluirri iiikI .Silver
Mining Company. ? Notice is hereby Riven that a
general meeting of the stockholders in the above
named company will be held on Monday the ltilh
instant, at 10 o'clock A. M? at the office of the
company, two doors below the Gold llili Motel,
on Main street. Gold Hill, for the election of new
Trustees to fill vacancies.
A. Ll'KIN, Secretary.
Gold Hill. Nov. P, 1EH3. no!* 8t
Lost ! Lost !
CERTIFICATE NO. 131, OF TWENTY
^ five Shares in the Silver Bar Gold and
Silver Mining Company. All parties arc
hereby cautioned against negotiating for the
same/ [oc21 linj J. B. OAGNON.
Lost ! I^o?*t ! ?
TWO CKKTIFICATKS OK STOCK OF ABEL
& Key Cold and Silver Mining Company,
X of. 75 and 76, 23 shares each ; No. 75 stand
ing in the name of Kriderich Schwedt : and No.
76. in the name of .Martin THeibtren. And hereby
warn all persons not to purchase the same,
notilm* MARTIN HLKIBTRKC.
rs
flurrhn .lliuiiig Company ? Oold
Hill, X. '1'.. November 9th, Will ? The Secretary
will receive ?ealr<l proposals for the Kin kiiic and
timbering of a donble xhaft to the depth of two
hundred feet, lir*t one hundred feet to betimbrreil
with three ineh plank by twelve inches : the sec
ond one hundred feet to be timbered with four
inch.' Kor further particular* Inquire of Secretary,
noio-tf MOSES HIltSCHMAX. Sec'v.'
Belle Fountain e Gold and Silver
Mining Company. ? Notice is hereby given,
that in accordance with the by-laws of the
company, and the laws of Nevada Territory,
there will be sold to the highest bidder, on
Tuesday, Nov. 24th, at 1 o'clock, i\ M., at the
office of Wells, Fargo & Co., Gold Hill, so
many shares of the capital stock of said com
pany, standing in the names on the comptt
tiy's books of the following persons, as will
pay the assessments now due, together with
costs of advertisement and sale, to wit :
NAMES. SHARES. NO. ASS'T. AM't.
Isaac Greer 40 3 & 4.... $55 00
J. C. Marston 50 3 & 4 37 50
J. G. Mayer 20 3 <& 4 15 ..
Kate Turner 25 3 & 4 9 75
?. Provost 10 4 2 50
0. A. Hatch 10 4 2 50
Grid Hill, Oct. 24th, 1863.
cc2i lm A. J. GOULD, Sec'y.
WiiK'gnrdnrr (iold and Silver Min*
ing Company.? Stockholders of the above Com
pany are requested to attend a meeting, to be
held at the office of the Secretary, in Odd Fellows'
Building, Gold Hill, on SATURDAY, the 14th
dav of November, 1863. Bv order of Board of
Trustees. GEO. W. BROWN, Sec'v.
W. W. Denn y, A#ing Sec'v.
Gold Hill, Nov. 7, 18K1. no7-lm
Notice.
To those whom it may Concern.
1)E IT REMEMBERED. THAT ON THIS
D 14th day of October, A. D., 1S63, a portion
of the stockholders of the Nel^k Consoli
dated Mining Company have filea a petition
setting forth the nature of said incorporation;
that they were desirous of disincorporating
and dissolving the same ; that on the 12th
day of October, a. d., 1863, at a meeting of
the stockholders, held at Virginia, Storey
county, N. T., it was resolved by two-thirds
majority of all the capital stock, to disincor
porate tke same, and that said meeting was
called for the purpose of considering said
step. The said petition having been directed
to the Honorable J. W. North, Judge of the
First Judicial District, in and for Nevada Ter
ritory, on the said 14th day of October, a. d.
1863, the following order was made :
United States of America, Territory of Ne
vada, County of Storey. In the matter of
the application of the stockholders of the
Nelson Consolidated Mining Company for
the disincorporation of said company :
?>et the notice be published as required by
law, and the time and place of hearing be
December 21st, a. D., 1863, at one o'clock, p.
m., at Washoe City, Nevada Territory.
October 14, 1S63. J. W. NORTH,
Judge First District.
Witness my hand and seal of said Court, this
14th day of Oct. A. D., 1863.
( , David M. Hanson, Cl'k.
< L. s. ? By Fked. W. Cole,
' ' oc23 law7w Deputy
miscellaneous adverts.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of e. r. barnes, de
ceased.? Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, the Administrator of the estate
of E. R. Barnes, deceased, to the creditors
of, and all persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them with the neces
sary vouchers, within ten months after the
first publication of this notice, to the said
administrator, at his office in the town of
Gold Hill, in the county of Storey, N. T.
Dated at Gold Hill, Oct. 22d, 1863.
oc23 law4w . S. H. ROBINSON, Adm'r.
SAMUEL ARNOLD,
Town Marshal,
" OFFICE ? With Judge Robinson.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
FRANCI8 L. AID. GEOKOE M. }IKEH?.
AUD & BEEBE,
Attorneys at law, Virginia city,
N. T. Offices in Jones A Co.'s new
brick building, llooms Nos. 25 and 26, en
trance from B stfeet. o26tf
DRH. CHAMBERS & SCEARCE,
Surce'svrt to Or Wi cliber,
OFFER their services as
Surgeons and Physicians,
to the citizens of Gold Hill, and vicinity. ?
Office and lodging, at Dr. ^ebber's former
residence, on Main street. el2 _
BURBANK & EDGERTON,
A Uorneys at Law?Office, No. 15 &
-i*. 17 Taylor's buildings, corner of Taylor
and C streets, Virginia. , ol2
DR. S. J. WATTS, ~
OFFICE ? Virginia Hotel, North C street,
Virginia City. oljj
QI I>T, HARDY <fc SMITH,
Attorneys at I.aw,
Over the Post Office, VIRGINIA
STEWART, BALDWIN & RISING,
Attorneys at Law,
Virginia, N. T.
J. F. HUBBARD, {
T AW OFFICE? No. 36 South C street,
AJt over Ilasting's Rank, Virginia. ol2
J. B. HARMON,
A ttorney at Law, B street corner of
Taylor, Virginia. ol2
THOMAS II. WILLIAMS,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE, Taylor's Building, over the Post
Office, Virginia. o!2
CHARLES H. S. WILLIAMS,
Attorney and Counselor?Office, In
Taylor's new Building, [up stairs,] en
trance on Taylor street, Virginia. ol2
C. GREENWICH HOWARD,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the Courts of this
Territory. Office, No. 10 Union Block, cor
ner of B Taylor streets, Virginia. ol2
DR. TH. EIIRENBERG,
Physician and Accoucheur?Office,
NO. 41 B street, onwloor south of the
1'ost office, Virginia. Qpcc hours, 9 to 11
a. m., and from 2 to o p. Jf ol'2
KEENEY, LEE & CHURCHILL,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE, No. 12 and 14 Taylor s Building,
(entrance on Taylor street, up stairs,)
rginia. ol2
W. GASTON,
Physician and Surseon?Office corner
of Main and Blanchard streets.
Gold Hill, Oct. 12.
W. G. .UBAX, M. I> C. C. GKKKN
DRS. GREEN & ALBAN,
Physicians and Surgeons? Office
in Taylor's Building, No. 11, entrance
on Taylor street, between B and C. Resi
dencej E street, near. Sutton avenue. ol2
A.C. WIOHTMAX C. fjlAlTKLL.
WIGHTMAN & CHAPPKLL,
Commission and Stock Brokers,
(Mcdan Building,)
North C street, Virginia, N.T.
Milling Stocks, (all kinds) bought and
sold. 0*Citv and County \\ arrants
bought. Orders promptly and confidentially
attended to. _ o!2
N. W. WINTON,
County Clerk, Clerk Probate Court,
and Auditor.
Also, Commissioner of Deeds for
California.
OFFICE ? Court House Building, No. 14,
South B street. ol2
W. II. HOWARD,
Sheriff" Storev County, IV. T.
PHILIP STONER, Under Sheriff.
LEEf!a?0ELLIS; \ Deputy Sheriffs.
Office in the new Court House building,
No. 14 South B street, VIRGINIA.
TKTO PERSON EXCEPT THE ABOVE
??1* named officers, is authorized to serve
anv Process coming from or through the
office of the Sheriff of Storev county, Nevada
Territory. W. H. HOWARD,
o26tf Sheriff Storey county, N. T.
W. E. HALE,
Notary Public, Commissioner of
Deeds for California,
General Conveyancer ? Companies Incorpo
rated in a neat and correct manner.
SECRETARY of the Union G. & S.M.Co.
W " " Leon " '
" " Kohinoor "
" " Sinaloa "
" " Main Ledge
" " Agate " '
" " Confidece " '
" " Vanderbilt & Mess'g'r.
OFFICE? With Wells, Fargo & Co., Gold
Hill. ol2
DR. WAKE BRYARLY,
SURGEON,
CONSULTING PHYSICIAN,
Office ? B street, next to Collins House,
VIRGINIA. fol2
STEELE & KENNEDY^
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Offices ? At Silver City and Davton. H.
M. Steele, at Silver City. F. H. Kennedy,
at Dayton. oc'24 tf
Dr. J. U. HALL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office? -Main Street, second door below
Wells Fargo & Co.'s Express Office,
gold hill. [oc20 lm*
J. W. PHILLIPS^
Stock and Exchange Broker,
Gold Hill and Virginia.
Principal place of hfksiness at Sa*m "VVasser
max's store. Office, No. 1 North C st. ol2
tAKIETY STORE.
T. E. FINCH,
MAIN STREET, GOLD HILL,
J^EALER IN
Wines, Liquors,
CigarB, Tobacco,
Stationery, &c.
A general assortment of CUTLERY al
ways on hand. olt
LOST,
ON THE ROAD BETWEEN THE DANEY
Mill and Gold Hill, on Monday evening, Nov.
9th, a book containing a list of timber for the Bul
lion, Eclipse, Imperial, Yellow Jacket, Empire
and Daney compfuilen. The finder, by delivering
them at the DAILT News Office will be suitably
rewarded GEO. PLAISTED.
Gold Hill, Nov. 11th. noli 1W
BANKERS' NOTICES.
? MAYNARD ?Sr FLOOD,
BANKERS,
GOLD HILL.
Draw exchange on
NEW YORK;
-Checks on?
WALSTON & CO.,
*
DONOHOE .
San Francisco.
d: o. mills & co.,
Sacramento;
RIDEOUT & SMITH,
ol2 Marysville.
. ALMAllIN B. PAUL. ..I).L.BLI88 . W.H.BAKER
ALMARIN B. PAUL Jk CO.,
BANKERS,
GOLD HILL N.T.
SIGHT DUAFTS OJK
B. Davidson <fe Berrt,Snn Frnnelico
D O. Mills &. Co. Su r a memo
J. C Blrdecye <fc Co. Nevada
Decker &, Jewet. Marysville.
'm
oney Loaned on approved secu
rity. Bullion bought, and advances
. ^ >ugn
made on same, for the U. S. Mint or Assav.
LEUAL TKSDKRS BOUGHT AiiD
SOLO.
General, Special and Time Deposits receiv
ed.
Collections made.
County, City and Territorial Scrip purchas
ed. ocl2
B.F.Hastings, 1 John Sirne, J A.K.Grim
Sacramento, | San Francisco. | Virginia.
B. F. HASTINGS & CO.,
BANKERS,
Street, 9 doors North of Taylor,
VIRGINIA, N. T.
DRAW ON SIGHT or on time, in
urns to snit, on
GEORGE PEA BODY, London;
THE BANK OF THE STATE OF
JVEH YORK, New York;
FARMERS' & MECHANICS' BANK
Philadelphia;
JOHN SIME & CO. San Francisco;
B. F. HASTINGS, Sacramento.
0? Bullion purchased, and advances
made on same. ,
Collections made on reasonable terms,
and proceeds remitted promptly.
Deposits, special or otherwise, received,
nnd all other business connected with Bank
ing punctually attended to. o!2
MISCELLANEOUS At) VEltT'S.
JURY GOODS! 1HIY GOODS!
s. ROSENER & CO.,
L?U with Godchaux Bros.,
8ACRAMENTO,
HAVE now opened a splendid and well
selected stock of
French, English, & Domestic
ID IR, GOODS,
Which we now offer to the people of Nevada
Territory at the
Lowest Possible Prices!
Our stock is composed of every branch of
FANCY AND DOMESTIC GOODS
Such as
Plain and Ilep Fancy Silks,
" " Black Silks,
Fancy Silks,
Merinos, Delaines, Opera and French Flan
ncls, Plain Flannels,
Blankets, Alpacas, Bombazines,
Beraiges, Percal Calicos,
Kntrlish Calicos and Muslins.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS,
Embroideries, Laces,
Wool and Cotton Hosiery of all kinds.
We have also a complete assortment, and
the best quality of
HOUSE FURNISHING
GOODS,
As well as a good assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
We kindly request a call from the ladies,
asking but a fair trial, and we will not fail to
E lease in attention as well as trade. Having
een connected, for the last twelve years
with the Dry-Goods department, we certainly
hope to be able to please all who may favor
us with a call.
S. ROSENER <fc CO.,
63 C Street, South of Taylor,
Opposite Wells, Fargo & Co.'s new building,
VIRGINIA, N. T.
8. UOSENER, I H. ROSENER,
Late with Godchaux I Late at City of Lyons,
Sacramento. | San Francisco.
Oct. 12. 1863-lm
NOTICE.
THE co partnership heretofore existing between
\V. H. Dolmun and George G. Clark, under
the name of Dolman & Clark, is Wiis day dis
solved by mutual consent.
W. H. Dolman will continue business at the old
stand, collect all moneys Vine, and pay all de
mands against the old firm.
Signed, W. H. DOLMAN,
GEO. S. OI-AKK.
Gold Hill. N. T., Nov. 5, 1863. noti-lw
DiMolnfion of Copartnership.
The copartnership heretofore
exi*ting under the nauie and stvle of HAMIL
TON, DRYNEN <fc CO., doing business at Gold
Hill, Storey County, Nevada Territory, in tnis
day dissolved by mutual consent, all debts due
the tirin, and all liabilities against the Arm will be
settled by CHAS. A. NEWMAN, who has/lill
power to settle and sign in liquidation.
A. C. HAMILTON,
JOHN DRYNEN, .
C. W. NEWMAN,
SAM DOAKE.
Gold HiU, Nov. 5tb, 1663. no6 lm
Constable's Sale.
EY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
out of Justice S. H. Robinson's Court, Gold
Hill Township, County of 8torey, to me directed,
in favor of Barney Gallager and" against Lorenzo
Y. Odium, I have" seized and will expose for sale
at Public Auction, at 10 o'clock, on the FOURTH
DAY of DECEMBER, A. D. 186.1, in front of
Justice's Office, Gold Hill, Storey county, N. T.,
the following described property, to wit :
AU the right, title aqf Interest of the above-named
judgment debtor, in %nd to that certain Town
Lot, or piece of gronnd, lying and being In the
Town of Gold Hill, Storey county, and bounded
as follow*, to wit :
Having a front of forty-five (45) feet, and run
ning back seventy (70) feet, more or less ; and on
the north by Comet Mill ; on the east, by lot
owned by one Archy ; south, by Unknown
owners; on the west, by American Flat Toll
Road ; on which Is now a small frame Dwelling
House, or cabin.
WM. H. &EEGAN, Constable.
Dated thlB the 1Mb day of November, A. D.
1863. noil td*
THE EVENING NEWS.
A VERBAL WHIMS 1>E .
[An English poet give* uk the following poem,
containing only one vowel :]
No monk too good to rol>, or cog, or plot.
No fool so groan to bolt .Sr-oteh collops hot.
From Donjon tops no Oronooko rolls.
Logwood, not lotos, floods Oporto's bowls.
I Troops of old tosspots oft to sot consort.
Box tops our schoolboys, too, do flog for sport.
No coni monsoons blow oft 011 Oxford dons,
Orthodox, jog-trot, book-worm Solomons !
' Bold Ostrogoths of ghosts no horror show.
On Loudon shop-fronts no hop blossoms grow.
To crocks of gold no dodo looks for food.
On soft cloth footstools no old fox doth brood.
Long storm-tost, sloops forlorn do work to port.
Rooks do not roost on spoons, nor woodcocks
snort. ?
Nor dog on snowdrop or on coltsfoot rolls,
Nor common frog concocts long protocols,
May AND Dece.m:ibek.? A St. John's corrc
spoudent s?vs: "We huve had no elopements
littre in fushiouuble circles, but two marriages,
that have been of a snper-astonishing kind to gos
sips. One of them Is that of a rich bt^helor of
56, the incninbent of a judicial office, to a hand
some young lady of 22. And still another oc
cuired" in an adjoining county, in which u young
lady of 18 was wedded to an old man of 76 I TTio
most singular part of the affair in this latter case
is, that the bride owns an independence in the way
of property, while her septuagenarian groom is
not worth a copper."
NtfVER turn over nil elaborate preface unread.
It is the altar of tile author's roue* ? every drop
distilled at an immense cost. It is the reason of
the reasoning, and the folly of the foolish.
Influence of a Newspaper.
A school teacher, who has been engaged
a long time in his profession and witness
ed the influence of a newspaper upon the
minds of a family of children, writes as
follows :
I have found it to be the universal fact,
without exception, that those scholars of
both sexes and of all ages, who have had
access to newspapers at home, when com
pared with those who have not, are :
1. Better readers, excellent in pronun
ciation, and consequently read more uu
derstandingly,
2. They are better spellers and define
words with ease and accuracy.
3. They obtain a practical knowledge
of geography, in almost half the time it re
quires others, as the newspaper has made
them familiar with the location of the im
portant places, nations, their governments
and doings, on the globe.
4. They are better grammarians, for
having become so familiar with every va
riety of style in the newspaper, from the
common-place advertisement to the finish
ed and classical oration of the statesman,
they more readily comprehend the mean
ing of the text, and consequently analyze
its construction with accuracy.
o. They write better compositions, using
better language, containing more thoughts,
more clearly and connectedly expressed.
6. Those young gien, who have for
years been readers of the newspapers are
always 'taking the lead in the debating so
ciety, exhibiting a more extensive know
ledge upon a greater variety of subjects,
and expressing their views with greater
fluency, clearness and correctness in .their
use of language.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTS
BOOT AND SHOE MAKING,
Main street, a few doors above the postoffice.
GOLD HILL.
The undersigned, having
lately received a new stock
. assures the Public that or
^Iflers left with him, for neat
and well-fitting BOOTS and SHOES, will be
promptly attended to.
WILLIAM NICOLL.
Gold Hill, Oct. 12, 1863-3m
Patent Steam boiler Cleanser
? OB ?
ANTIDOTE FOR SCALES AND INCRUSTA
TION FORMED BY THE DEPOSIT OF
WATER IN STEAM BOILERS.
(Used in all Boilers at the London Exhibition
in 1862, by order of Her Majesty's Com'n.)
G. VEXARD,
* 627 Front Street, San Francisco, *
Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast.
THIS COMPOUND has undergone the
examination of the most competent
Chemists in France and England, and has
bean pronounced all over Europe the best
article ever found for removing Scales-in
Steam Boilers, this great evil for industry.
The main qualities of this Compound are:
that it removes the scales of any boiler in a
few days, no matter how old, ana it does not
injure the metal in the least. The raising of
steam is m ade easier. It saves fuel and tcor/c,
and prevent s all danger of explosion.
The Compound has now been in use for
three years, and the great success obtained
in th(*01d World induced the undersigned to
introduce it on this Coast, being confident
of the patronage of this enlightened and in
dustrious country. (x. VENARD,
627 Front street, San Francisco.
Directions. ? Apply through Man-Hole
or Safety-Valve. Use four ounces per horse
power every fortnight for a machine running
night and day, and when running for less
time, reduce the quantity in proportion.
Apply in Virginia City to LOUIS FEUSIER.
Gold Hill to DENNY BROS.
October 26, 1863.
A FLOWER & HUMPHREY'S
GREY HOUND SALOON,
Opposite Veasey House, Gold Hill.
ALWAYS ON HAND, THE
VERY BEST WINES, LIQUORS AND GI6ARS,
oc!9tf
F. A. TRITLB. DANIEI. 8T. C. 8TEKVENS.
TRITLE & STEEVENS,
SEARCHERS OF RECORDS,
Conveyancers, Notaries Public, eto.
OFFICE, NO. 48 B STREET, OVER
BRYAN AND 8EELY's.
DANIEL St. STEE VENS, late of Sacra
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 il the business of "Searcher of .Rec
ords the past 14 vears, 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
cases when engaged tod required.
Virginia, Oct7l2, '63. *13
Jcdgk Dooley Na*8T:&. ? Obr re?Hcr?
will recollect the "rich gentleman," who
visited our city a few weeks ago, and pur-'
chased extensively in- stock, harness, etc., and
who called himself Judge Dooley. The Judge .
has turned up again, and has beenr at his old
'ricks. He appearedihot as Judge Dooley
on this occasion-rhe found that the judge
had been " played out" in this city ? but on
going to San Jose about a week ago, he En
tered his name as S. Dooley, Sheriff of Lan
der county, N. T. The Sheriff borrowed *
little money at this place, and left for Santa
Clara, where he made the acquaintance of
Squire Easton. The Squire ana the Sheriff
soon became very friendly, says the San Jo#e
Mercury, and showed his friend around ? in
troducing him to an unsophisticated friend
of his, Mr. S., who sold unto ye Chiv. on
short credit, a watch valued at $U>0, and a
$600 horse. Things progressed swimmingly
. until some little incidents excited the ?u?- '
picion of S., whereat he smelleth ye rat, and
straightway wanted his pay. Dooley, with
great business promptness, gave him an r
aer on his " son," who, he stated, came jr
him from the land of silver bricks, wa'
journing temporarily in San Jose, and ci"
ve " persimmons" in abundance. 1"
being an offspring of the imaginatk ?
not be found in tangible form. In thi
time, Dooley found events thicken!^
concluded to leave. He hired a hor
Hough & Baker, and a buggy of Camet
and started for San Francisco. At Moi*
tain View, he struck a young man, Mr. J.'7"*>
the owner of the celebrated imported English
horse, Hercules. This horse tilled his eye,
and he bought him for the snug lictle sum of
$5,000 and pursued his winding wav towards
the city, accompanied by Mr. J., or his agent,
to whom he proposed to pay the money as
soon as he coula reach his deposits ! At/ian
Mateo, a telegram from Mr. S., (who was be
coming uneasy about his watch,) overtook
him. He was arrested by the Sheriff and
held until Mr. S. and Mr. K., another gentle
man who had had some dealing with him,
came up. These two came back to Santa
Cla{a with their prisoner, and while they
were washing off the dust at Cameron's,
Dooley slipped out of the back door and es
caped. This was on Tuesday of the present
week. Our officers were on the look out for
him, and on the same evening, at about 10
o'clock, Marshal Brownlee succeeded in
nibbing the gentleman as he came out of a
Spanish house on Market street. He was ex
amined before Judge Hall on the charg<*of
grand larceny, and after two or three wit
nesses had given in their testimony, he plead
guiltv, and was held over for trial in the sum
of $2,000, which, of course he failed to obtain
and was locked up. ? Marysville Appeal.
A Champagne -Consuming Country.
It may not be generally known that though
California has not yet attained any very re
markable eminence as a champagne-produc
ing country,' it is nevertheless the most re
markable champagne-consuming country,
probably, in the world. It is almost impossible
to kecp'the market supplied ? even by calling
in the aid of New Jersey? and at times the
market is stripped bare. A champagne tam
ine has been existing of late, only alleviated
by the arrival yesterday of a Frencn ship with
a cargo. Some idea of the amount consumed
may be gathered from the fact that one im
porting house in this city alone has 5,000 bas
kets on the way.
It would be' curious to know exactly how
many gallons of the wine are annually
poured down the gullets of our thirsty popu
lation. One of the prominent saloons in
town consumes twelve baskets a day. Unlike
the East, champagne is here sold by the glass,
as well as by the bottle, and the man with
two bits in his pockctJ-one will do at the
cheaper places ? can
"Hrint fho ??iin nf n ?*net1v dnnth "
V
as well as the one who owns feet in the Gould
and Curry, and none in the Santiago. That
the champagne is all champagne, is a propo
sition which very few will attempt to support.
For it is a well known fact that New York
alone consumes annually more champagne
than is made in France. But an annual ex
port of Jersey cider keeps the balance even,
filling up the deficit. In the fullness of time
perhaps our Sonoma wine will be exported to
France, undergoing a sea change in the pas
sage around the perilous cape, and coming
bayk with the flavor and brand of Veuve
Cliquotor Veuf Heidsieck.
Tne consumption of wine with us is ac
counted for by those who busy themselves
with small problems by the coolness of tbe /
climate. Singularly enough, it is stated that/
liquors can onV be safety draak in warnr-rtf
mates, where perspiration works "Off the su
perfluous steam which they generate. Old
drinkers? men who carry on their noses the
broad seal which distinguishes all men bibu
lous by nature and habit ? say that the same
quantity of brandy which in* New York they
could in the Summer months safely, carry
* ? * v neath their waistcoats,
dinner were half ended. But whatever the
reason, certain it is that more champagne is
consumed here than in the cit# of New York
? that is, actually consumed, for New York,
as a city of import, supplies other markets
largely.? S. F. Bulletin.
under the table before
a VyUKUEsroMJEJiT oi a i<onQon piper,
writing from the United states of the destruc
tion of cotton by order of the rebel goven -
ment, says : "I am afraid that the holders of
Confederate bonds in England have but a poor
show for their money." This news will touch
the English secessionists more sensibly than
any from this country. They have been
counting largely on cotton for the payment of
their advances at heavy discounts, and every
bale of cotton destroyed weakens their secu
rity. But whether destroyed by the rebels or
captured by the Unionists, the result will be
the same. ,The rebel loan, from present ap
pearances, will never be paid, and in addi
tion to the mortification of seeing their sym
pathies so unprofitably wasted on a sinking
cause, the rebels' friends abroad experience
the anxieties of seeing their money gone as
surely as water poured into a rat-hole.
Wise Making. ? It is said that the steamer
Princess has already taken from San Fran
cisco upwards of sixteen hundred empty gin
pipes, of an average capacity of one hundred
and forty gallons each, or a total of two hun
dred and twenty-four thousand gallons, fcr
the Sonoma wine growers this season.
Keep Traitors from the Ballot-box.
The traitors are expecting to run a vast
immigration of secessionists from Mis
souri, and .elsewhere next year ? traitors
who have been in the rebel armies, bush-4
whacking and murdering Union men.
Provisions should be made this Winter to
disfranchise every immigrant who has
lifted his hand against the Government,
or the breast of his loyal neighbor, or who
has taken the oath of allegiance to the
rebel Confederacy. The properity of Cal
ifornia does not require immigrants of this
sort. On the contrary, they should be
driven back, whenever found sneaking
into this State. With any sort of judi
cious legislation this Winter, the Copper
head traitors will be powerless for harm
henceforth.? Sonera Flag.

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