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< ?* v '?*> - . ^ SZC? a? ? ? _ . . . ? , ~ . VOL. 1. GOLD HILL, N. T., SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5, 1863, ' ' ? ? NO. 47. ? * ' THE EVENING NEWS In published everr Evening. (Sundays excepted,) ? by ? LYNCH & MUNDALL. PHIIJP LTXCH. J. H. MVNDAI.L. Office : ? South Main Street. Gold Hill, in the buildiug lately occujBod by WelU, Forgo & Co.'s Express. TERMS: One Year. By Mail or Express. $16 00 Six Months 10 00 Three Mouths 6 00 THE DAILY NEWS Is delivered in Gold Hill, Virginia and Silver City, at Futt Cicqp-s PER Week. AGENTS: L. P. FISHER Son Francisco MR. LARABEE. Xexvs Agent San Francisco FUWARDS Si CO Sacramento assessments levied. Notice is hereby given that th^ Board of Trust ees of the Colorado Gold ami Silver Mining Company, at a meeting of said Board held December id. lt*3. levied an assessment (So. 1) of One Dollar on eaeh and every share of the cap ital stock of said Company : said assessment pay able immediately in gold coin, .to the Secretary, at the office of the companv? office of II. II. Flagg & Co.? Gold Hill. X. T. By order of the Bt>anl of Trustees. _de3 lm H. H. FLAGG, Secretary. Cariou Gold and Silver niaiug Company. ? Notice is hereby given that at a meet ing of the Trustees of the Carson Gold au<i Silver Mining Company, held Dee. 2d. A. D. lt'ffl, an assessment of line Dollar was levied on each and evorv share of the capital stock of the company, payable immediately, in Gold Cola; to the Secre tary. at his office in I i"ld Hill. Bv order of the Board of Trustees. WM. W. BlSHOr. Sec'v Carson G. & S. M. Companv. Gold Hill. Dec. & 1?63. de3 lm f rtt?u* G. nud X. ,t|. Co.-? tneat Xotioe. ? At ;t meet ingot the ISoanl of Trust ees of the above named company, held this day, ?u assessment of Five Dollars per share was lev ied. payable immediately to the Secretary at his office, at the Store of K*>rn Bro.'s. Gold Hill, X. T. Bv order of the Board of Trustees. J. PFOUTZ, Sec'v, Gold Hill. Dec. 3. IgfiS. deS-Itn GEO. w. Gold Hill, Dec. ?l^t>& >otic?*. ? At n nicrtiiis of the Board of Trustee* of t li Challenge Silver Mitihipr Com pany. held This day. an assessment. N of Ten Dollars (?10) per share was dnlv levied upon each and every share of the capital stock of said com pany. made payable in T'uited S ates gold coin as follows : one half immediately to the Secretary, at his office in Gold Hill, and oue half in thirty days at same place, A. D. BROOKS. Secretary. Gold Hill. Nov. 2S, ifitO. no3g l'm Critt'nd ^n Gold and Silver >Iinin? Company ? Notice. ? At a meeting of the Trus tees of the Crittenden Gold and Silver Jtininjr Company, October 1:5th. l?t>3, an assessment of * if ? MnN r shartt was* dnlv levied, pavu to come forward, pay ceive th.-ir stock, an nonsc in advertising. Trusties. .1' S. CttOSM.VX. Sw'y. Coino. Nov. 05th. At, a merlins! of th?* Board of Trn? top-i .if the Mant^nomoh Gold and Silver Mining Cunpanv held at the office of the company No vember ijtli. 5?H3. an assessment of Fifty cents per share was levied, payable immediately to the Seeretarv. nolU lta H. C. BROOKE. Sec'v. Wines; ardner Gold an<l Silver Hill ing Company. ? At a meeting of the trustees of the Winegardner flold and Silver Miniug Compa ny. it was July authorize.! that an assessment of Oae I)- -liar per share he levied on each and every share of the capital stock of the company, paya ble iramedittelv to the Secretary at his otlice in Gold Hill. Bv order of the Board of Trustees. GEOUGE W. RKiAVN, Secretary. Bv W'M. 'C. DENvy. Acting Secretarv. "Gold Hill, y. T.. Nov. 28. 1863. * no.10 lm Ofliee of the Abell and Key Gold ami Silver Mining Company. ? Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Trustees of the Al?-i! and Key Gold and Silver Mining Company, held a* the office of the company, November 14th, 1H63. an assessment of fifty ' .">0 ' cents a share was levied on each and every share of the capital stock ?'f the company payable immediately to the Sec retary at hrs office in Gold Hill, in United States gold coin. Bv order of the Board of Trustees. W'M. W". BISHOP, Sec'v. Nov. 16. A. D. 1863. nolfi" lm Solicf. ? Tin- Delinquent SloeUhoId ers of the Palo Alto Gold anil Silver Mining Com pany, are hereby notified that in accordance with the by-laws of said company, and an order of the Board of Trustees, there will be sold at auction, in front of the Post Office, Gold Hill, X. T.. on the t)th of December, between the hours of 12. M. and 3 P. M.. so much of the interest of e:tch delinquent stockholder as will be necessary to pay their delinquent assessments ami costs of side and advertising.* J. S. WATKTNS. Sec'v., Gold Hill, Nov. 6-1 m P. A. G. ?& 8. SI. Co. Last Chance Gold and Silver .lim ing Company. ? Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the above company, of Devil's Gate District, held on the 15th day of November. A. D. 18?, an assessment of Fifty Cents was levied on each and every share of the capital stoek of the company, payable im mediately to the Secretary, in Gold Hill By order of the Board of Trustees. VV. R. UPHAM, Secretary. Gold Hill, Nov. 20th. 1863. no20 I'm V Jnck?on Cold and Silrer Tllning Company. ? Notice is hereby given that at a meet ing of the Trustees of the Jackson Gold and Sil ver Mining Company, held this day. at the Gold Hill Hotel; an assessment of Five Dollars per share was levied on the capital stock of the com pany, payable immediately to the Secretary. "H. h. bailey," Sec'y Jackson G. &. S. M. Co. Gold Hill, November 1ft, 18K3. ulO lm* Wizard G. and S. Mining: Company. Notice is hereby given that an assessment of twenty-five (25)'cents per share has this day been levied on each and every share of the capital stock of the above named company, payable im mediately in r. S. pilii coin, to the Secretary at his office, ,n Coroo, Lyon county, N7 T. By order of Trusteed D. MARTIN, Sec'y. Palmyra District. Oct. 23. 1863. noi4 1m. Horn Gold and Silver fin ing Company, Gold Hill District ? Office Ameri can Flat Hotel, American!' lat, X. T.? At a meet in jr of the Trustees held on the NINTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1963, an assessment of one dollar per sjiare was duly levied on each share of the above company, payable immediately to -h? Sec retary. Back assessments most be paid at once, or the stock will be advertised and sold according to law. WM. HI NT. Sec'y G. H. Co. American Flat, Nov. 3, 1863. nolO-lm* I,?rd Byron Gold and Silver Alining Company Devil's Gate District, N. T. ? Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of the Jxird Byron Gold and Silver Mining Company, at a meeting of said Board, held October 30th, 1663, levied an assessment of one dollar on each and ev ery share of the capital stock of said Company, said assessment payable one-half within 30 days and the remainder within 60 days, in gold coin, "to the Secretary, at 621 Washington street, or to the Superintendent at the mine. By order of the B"?rd of Trustees. ao5 30t H. B. CONG DON. Sec'y. SPECIAL MINING NOTICES. Wine?ardner Gold and Silver Min ing Company. ? Notice is hereby given to the shareholders of the above company that the stock book has arrived from San Francisco, and is now ready for issuing. dt-2 Iw WM. W. DENNY, Acting Sec'y. Eastern Crown Point Company. ? Notice lAereby given that an annual meeting of the stockholders of this Company, for the elec tion of Trustees and the transaotion of other business, will be held at the office of the Virginia Water Works, B street, Virginia, on SATUR DAY, December the 12tli, 1 yti!, at 2 o'clock p. M de3 td J. C. CALDWELL, Sec y. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the trustees of Confidence Gold and Silver Mining Company, held December 1st, 1863, an assessment of $4 16j per share was levied (or $50 per foot) on each and every share of the cap ital stock of said company, payable immediately at the banking house of Almarin B. l'aul & Co., in gold coin. D. L. BLISS. . <5e2 Im Sec'y Confidence O, &. S M. Co. Navigation Gold and Silver Mining Company. ? Notice is hereby given that the tirst annual meeting of the stockholders of the Naviga Gold and Silver Mining Company will be held at the office of the Secretary, at American Flat, on WEDNESDAY, the ltith day of December, A. D. 1863, at 2 o'clock P. M. By order of the Board of Trustees. C. V. BOQUIST, President A iserican Flat , Dec. 2, 1863. de2 td? lIVufM it. tr S. Jtf. Company. ? Notice is hereby giten that in accordance with the laws of Nevada Territory, and the by.laws of the above named company, there will be sold at pub lic auction, oil the 9d* day of Jauuary, 1864, at 2 o'clock P. M., at the office of the company, so many shares of the capital stock of said company standing iu the names of the following persons as will pay the amount due for assessments, together with costs of sale and advertising: Asa Sample. 100 $46 00 Wm Sovereign 200 45 00 Walter Whituev. . ? 50 7 50 GEORGE W. TURNEY, Secretary. Gold Hill, Dec. 1. 1861 de2 td_ Hrmntinzfor d French Canadian Gold and Silver Mining Company? Notice. ? A meeting of the stockholders of the above company will be held on SATURDAY, December 5th, 1863, at o'clock. P. M., at the Grand Trunk Saloon. All stockholders are respectfully requested to at tend the meeting. By order of the Board of Trustees. nol!> td* V. I-EMKRY, Sec'y pro tgm. CAUTION ! The public is hereby cautioned not to purchase any of the following certifi cates of stock in the Louisville Gold aud Silver Mining Company, as the same were solil according to law on the 14th day of November, A. D. 1SC3, for assessments due thereon, anil will not be trans ferred on the books of the company, to wit : Samcs. Cert.'s. Shs Charles Sutchell 9, 101 10 John Williams 20, 25 30 James Dailev 38, 138 20 \V H Wilkinson 74, 76, 77, 78 40 James J Phillips 85, 86 25 J. A. APPERSOX, Secretary. Gold Hill, Nov. 18, 1863. no!8 lm CAUTION ! THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY CAUTIONED against purchasing or negotiating for the fol lowing certiHcutes of stock in the Muasillon Gold JC Silver Mining Compan#, as the same were sold for assessment, at public sale, to the highest bid der. in frout of Odd Fellows Hull. Gold Hill, on the 28th day cif November, 1863, and will uot be transferred by the Secretary. XameS. ' Cirt's. Shs. G W Mclzaer. 50 10 KPWhehs 15 10 J II Hcttaker 30 15 Jacob FelMburg 46 10 C H Kohlcr. 56 17 J J Butler 98.100 8 Win Par.lv 149.150 20 H I. Blodgett 345 10 II C Brown 126.96.36.199.1(12 100 G. A. HART, Secretary. By A. J. (inft.D. Deputy. no30 10t NOTICE. Kiirflui 'liniiiK I'ompitnr ? <3o!d Hill, N. T.. November 9th, l*l?? ' The Secretary will receive sealed proposals for the sinking ami timbering of a double shaft to the depth of two hundred feet, first one hundred feat to be timbered with three inch plank by twelve inches; tiic sec ond one hundred feet to be timbered with fonr iuch. For further particular- inquire of Secretary. no'.O-tf MOSKS IHltSfllMAy. See v. Lost ! Lost ! TWO CERTIFICATES OF STOCK OF ABEL & Key Gold and Silver Mining Company, Xos. 75 and 76, 25 shares each; Xo. 75 stand ing in the name of Friderich Schwedt ; and No. 76, in the name of Martin Bleibtreu. And hereby warn all persons not to purchase the same. no6 lm* MARTIN* BLEIBTREU. LOST. CERTIFICATE NO. 39, OF FIFTY SHARES in tbe Polheraus Company, standing in the name of S. T. King. The tinder will please re turn the same to the Secretary. no23 lin Wiiie^arditrr Gold and Silver .Tim ing Company. ? Notice in hereby given that the annual meeting of the Winegarduer Gold and Sil ver Mining Company, for the election of officers t" serve the emitting term, will be held at the office of the Secretary, in Gold Hill, on MONDAY, the 21st day of December, 1863, at 3 o'clock, P. M. By order of the Board of Trustees. GEO. W. BROWN, Secretary. W M. W. DENN Y, Acting Secretary. Gold Hill, N. T., Nov. 30. 1863. no20 lm Caution to the Public! There is in the market, and has been offered ami sold at the Stock Board in Virginia, a mining s'ock purporting to be that of the Croesus Gold and Silver Mining Company." The stock so offered is bogus and worthless. The stock of the Creesus Gold and Silver Miuing Co., of Gold Hill District, is all signed by Win. Arring ton as President, and by either H. H. Flagg or J. Pfoutz as Secretary. This is to caution buyers of Croesus stock that all stock otherwise signed is gpurions. Gold Hill. Nov. 20, 1863. no20 lm caCtion. The public is hereby cautioned not to purchase any ofthe certificates of stock of the SILVER BAR GOLD AND SILVER MINING COMPANY, described below, and stand ing in the names of the following persons on the books of the Coinpanv, the same having been sold on the THIRTEENTH DAY NOVEMBER, A. D. 1863, at public auction, according lo law. for the payment of assessments due thotf'eon : Names. ' Certificates Shs. John Cawley 189,14 30 J.W . Anderson 82, 153 20 J. Baven 71,72 20 Thos Campbell 102, 105 29 N S Reynolds ..96 5 J Bodfish 113,114,115 30 Wm Curtz 130 7 T Brodigan 144 1 C. S. COOVER, Sec'y. By Wm. W. Bishop, Acting Secretary. Gold Hill, N. T? Nov. 14, 1863. , n!4 lm Lucerne Mining Company.--Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the BoUrd of Trustees of the Lucerne Mining Company, held this S^th rtav of November, 1883, an assessment of Three Dollars on each and every share of the cap ital stock of the Company was duly levied, and made payable immediately, in United Stales gold coin, to jos. S. Paxson. at the office of the City Treasurer of San Francisco; and notice is further given, that by order of the Board of Trustees all ? assessments remaining unpaid on the FIFTH ' DAY OF JANUARY, 18<i4, will be declared de linquent, and the stock standing in the name, of delinquent shareholders will be advertised for sale at public auction, in accordance with the laws of the State of California. Bv order of the Board. del lm JOS. S. PAXSQN, Sec'v. TIaxnillon G. & 8. ill. Company.? Notice is hereby given that at a meetiug of the Board of Trustees of the Massillon Gold and Sil ver Mining Company, held this day at the office of the Secretary, an assessment of One Dollar ($1) I per share was duly levied on each and every I " share of the capital stock, made payable tmmedl / ately to the Secretary, at his office in Gold Hill, N. T., opposite Odd Fellows Hall. By order of the Board of Trustees. G. A. HART, Secretary, By A. J. GOULD, Deputy. dc4 lia MISCELLANEOUS AD VERT'S. * REMOVAL FROM 25 SOUTH <C STREET. HIGHLY IMPORTANT NEWS ? TO THE ? , LADISS OF" GOLD HILL. ? ? NEW ARRIVALS; NEW ARRIVALS! ? AT ? * ? N. MYER'S DRY GOODS BAZAAR. I BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE LADIES of Gold Hill and vicinity that I have just re ceived the largest, most recherchfe stock of FANCY DKY GOODS EVer offered in this city ; consisting in part of BLACK SILKS, PLAIN COLORED SILKS, PLAIN REP SILKS, FRENCH MERINOS, Irish and French Poplins, WOOL PLAIDS, EMPRESS CLOTH, WOOL DELAINES, KID GLOVES. Alio, a large stock of Domestic goo?>S: Sheetings, Flannels, Shirtings, Quilts. Ticking, Blankets, Curtains, DamaskB, Towels, Table Cloths, Napkins, Etc., Etc. ? ALSO ? CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND HOSIERY. In fact, the very best selected stock of Fancy and Dry Goi.rts in the Territory can be found at this PERFECT PALACE OF FASHION. 3Y. 3IYER, Opposition Dry Goods Store, No. 14 North B street, up stairs, VIRGINIA, X. T. d-2 If JOHN* Virginia E. B. MOTT, Jit. . . .Sun Fruncixco Sc. Saemuu-nic GILLIG, MOTT & CO. impo 11 t i: lis ? API) ? WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Haitlwurc, Brass Goods, Iron, Steel, , Copper, -Belting, Gas pipe. Stoves, Tinware, Etc., Etc., Etci NEW BRICK BUILDING, 33 and 35 South C Street, Corner of Taylor, Virginia, 51. T. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR FALL and Winter Stock of STOVES, TINWARE, IRON, NAILS, BRASS GOODS, GAS PIPE, BELTING, WIRE SCREENS, Etc., Etc., Etc. All of which we offer at the lowest ratos, GILLIG, MOTT & CO. (Late Kelly, Mott & Co.) v FOR QUARTZ MILLS, "^yE OFFER FOR SALE ? 400, OfX) 16 s. Bar, Band and Sheet Iron ; 50,1X30 ttis. Boiler Iron; 30,000 16s. Track Iron; 15,000 lbs. Cast Steel; 5,000 16s. Spring and Toe Cork Steel; 5,000 bdls. Toe and Shoe Shape; 6,000 16s. Sheet Copper; 30,000 t6s. Lead Pipe, assorted sizes; 18,000 feet Rubber Bolting, all sizes; 3,000 feet Leather Belting, all sizes ; ? 50,000 feet Gus Pipe, from i-inch t? 4-inch, 4,000 feet Brass and Iron Wire Screens, 400 Wheelbarrrows; 1,200 kegs Nails. 35,000 Carriage and Machine Bolts, all sizes; ? 5po dozen Brass Bibs , lOO dozen Globe Valves; ?100 dozen Globe Valves; 5.000 Elbows, Tees, Etc; 300 dozen Shovels; 100 dozen Picks; Heavy Oak Pails, Steam Gnages, Wrenches, Pick Handles, Sledge Handles, Etc. GILLIGr. MOTT & CO., IMPORTERS OF HARDWARE, ETC., ETC., 33 and 35 South C Street, Virginia. B. LEVISON, Opposite Bank Exchange, Gold Hill, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in BOOKS & STATIONERY, CIGAJtS, TOBACCO, FANCY GOODS, ETC. | A good aiiorhnent of M&rachanm Pipe? on hand. nol7 if PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ?D. K. KOHN, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-AT-LAW, GOLD HILL, N. T. OFFICE ? Main street, ojipositt Odd Fellows' Hall. nolli tf DK. TH. EHEKNBERG, PAYS SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LADIES' and Children's Discuses. Office, Rooms and Residence in Wells, Fargo & Co.'s New Building, north entrance, Virginia. Booms? Noa. 4 and 5. Consultations in English, French and the Ger man languages. no30 lm A. A. 0. WILLIAMS, (Late Surgeon United States Army,) SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN. OFFICE ? No. 12 Taylor's new building (up Btairs), entrance on Taylor street. Virginia, olf tf " WAKEBEYAELY, SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN. OFFICE ? No. 5? C street, south of Taylor, Vir ginia. no!6 tf BURBANK & EDGERTON, Attorneys at Law? Office, No. 15 & 17 Taylor's buildings, corner of Taylor and C streets, Virginia. ol2 C. GREENWICH HOWARD, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-AT-LAW. OFFICE ? No. 10 Union Block, corner Taylor and B streets, Virginia. nol6 lw* J. F. HUBBARD, * -LA W OFFICE, In Jones' Building, next door to the Post Office, Virginia. . no!6 tf DR. HEWLETT, SURGEON DENTIST, OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens of Gold Hill and vicinity. After an experience of fifteen years, he feels as sliced that he cun give entire satisfaction, in any operation pertaining to the dental art, would re spectfully solicit your patronage. OFFICE ? In tfnion Block, corner B and Tay lor streets, Virginia City. nol8 tf Dr. J. U. HALL, PHYSICIAN AND SURO.EON. 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 business at Sam Wassee max's store. Office, No. 1 North C st. ol2 PARDEE, BARSTOW & CO., S T O C K BR OKERS. Office ? At S. Wassermau's store, No. 1 North C. Struct, Virginia. MINING STOCKS BOUGHT & SOI.D. Orders promptly attended to. ooI2 DRS. CHAMBERS A ISCfeAtiCE, Swrvturt tn l)r Webber, Jf^FFER their services as ? * Surgeons and Physicians, to the citizen1; nf Gold Hill, and vicinity. ? Oifiee and lodging, at Dr. Webber's ormcr residence, on Main street. e!2 DR. S. .r. WATTS, OFFICE ? Virginia Hotel, North C street, Virginia City. o!2 QUINT, HARDY <St SMITH, A ttorneys :it Law, ?~ Over the Post Office, VIRGINIA STEWART, BALDWIN & RISING, Attorneys at Liliv. Virginia, N. T. J. F. IU BBARI), T AW OFFICE--N0. 36 South C street, IJ over Hastittg's Bank, Virginia. o!2 J. B. HARMON, Attorney at Law, B street, eorfter of Taylor, Virginia. ol2 CHARLES H. S. WILLIAMS, Attorney and Connselor--Officp, in Taylor's new Building, [up stairs,] en trance on Taylor street, Virginia. ol2 KEENEY, LEE & CHURCHILL, Attorneys at Law, OFFICE, No. 12 and 14 Taylor's Building, (entrance on Taylor street, up stairs,) irginia. ol2 W. G A STOW, Physician and Surgeon?Office corner of Main and Blanehard streets. Gold Hill, Oct. 12: \V. O. ALBAN, M. D C. C. OREKN 1)RS. GREEN & ALBAN, Physicians and Surgeons? ?Office in Taylor's Building', No. 11> entrance on Taylor street, between B and C. Resi dence, E street, near Sutton avertue. ol2 A. C. E. C. CKAPFELL. WIGHTMAN & CHAPPELL, Commission and Stock Brokers, (Medan Building,) North C street, Virginia, N. T. Mining Stocks, (all kinds) bought and sold. EPCity afld County Warrants bought. Orders promptly and confidentially attended to. o!2 W. II. HOWARD, Sheriff' Storey Cotinty, IV. T. PHILIP STONER, Under Sherifl'. j ">**?-? Office in the. new Court House building, No. 14 South B street, VIRGINIA. NO PERSON EXCEPT THE ABOVE named officers, is authorized to serve any Process coming from or through th# office of the Sheriff of Storey 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 UniottG. & S.M.Co. " " Leon " " " Kohinoor rt " " Sinaloa " " " Main Ledge ? ii Agate " " " Confidece " " " Vanderbilt &Mess'g'r. OFFICE?" With Wells, Fargo & Co., Gold Hill. ol2 THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, Attorney at Law, OFFICE, Taylor's Building, orer the Post Office, Virginia. ol2 MISCELLANEOUS ADVERT'S ^ the first duy of January, 18i>4, the Brick and Stone Building in Hold Hill, lately occupied by Wells, Furgo & Co. Term* ? easy. For par ticulars inquiro of E. and D. Walcott, Union Scale*. Gold Hill, Nov. 18th, 18B3. nol8 tf V. BTJTSCH, BLACKSMITH. LL KINDS OF IRON-WORK EXE cuted with neatness and dispatch. SHOP ? Main Street Gold Hill, A fow doors below the news Office. oc!2 NEW ASSAY OFFICE. It. W. LAS^ELLE. Late assayer for palmer & 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 guarantee*, 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 & Coi Doak & Co., Hamilton & Co. ? Irvin & Co. Douglas & Co. Pioda & Co. Palmer & Day, etc.'etc. Fees, 33 00. Oct 12 ST. CHAHLES COFFEE SALOON, CONFECTIONERY AND BAKERY, B Street, (next to Virginia Hotel,) Virginia. Confectionery, cakes and candies of every description, manufactured and for gale, wholesale and retail. Also, FAMILY BRIO AD of the very best quality, which will he left in every part" of the city, daily. Parties and Balls furnished with all kinds of Cakes and Confection ery, at short notice. In connection with the above I linve an excel lent SALOON, where families and others can pro cure Oysters in every style, together with the best Coffee, Tea and Chocolate the market affords. noG-tf A. HANAK, Proprietor. LANGTON'S PIONEER EXPRESS Leaves gold hill at 9 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock P. M., for Carson City, Silver City, Dayton and Empire City, returning "the same day ; anil for Virginia, Downieville, Nevada, San Juan, Marysville, and all the principal places in Sierra, Plumas, Nevada and Yuba counties, Cali fornia. Letters, packages and treasure triuismit ted with dispatch and security. OFFICE ? Removed to Montminv's Fireproof building, on Main street, two doors below the Gold Hill Hotel. L. G. A. COI'RSOLLES, Agent. Gold Hi#, N5v. 18th, letO. noli) tf IF. J". GROVE, PRACTICAL Watchmaker and Jeweler, A LL KINDS OF JEW** elry made to order. Every watch guaranteed to} keep perfect time. Main St., Gold Hill, ' .jNext door to the Post Office. [oc21 tf Patent Steam boiler Cleanser ? OR ? ANTIDOTE FOR SCALES AND INCRUSTA TION FORMED BY THE DEPOSIT OF WATER IN STEAM BOILERS. (Used in'all Boilers at the London Exhibition in 1802, by order of Iler Majesty's Coin'n.) C. TEHARD, 627 Front Street, San Francisco, Soi.e Agent fob the Pacific Coast. THIS COMPOUND has undergone the examination of the m'ost competent Chemists in France and Erigland, 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 dai/s, no matter how old 0 and it does not injure the metal in the least. The raising of steam is made easier. It saves fuel andtcor/c, and prevents all danger of explosion. The Compound has now beeti in use for three years, and the great success obtained in the Old World induced the undersigned to introduce it on this Coast, being confident of the patronage of this enlightened and in dustrious country. (i. VENARD, 627 Front street, Sail Franciseo. . Dihectioxs. ? Apply through Man-Hole or Safety- Valve. Use /our 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 It ill to DENNY BROS. Octobcr 26. 1863. "gold hilt, pioneer wine AND LIQUOR STORE. C. LEICHTER & CO., Wholesale Wine and Liquor Store, Fire-proof Buildings, Main Street, opposite the Union Quartz Mill, Gold Hill. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN NEVADA TERRITORY, of Foreign and Native Wines, Liquors, Cordials, and all kinds of French Sweet Liquors. m The best quality ?of Home-made and Im ported SEGARS constantly on hand. [[/'Sole Agents of Pern' & Leichter's cel ebrated East India Stomach Bitters ? superior to any Bitters manufactured in the United States. 17 'Agents for Kohler & Froehling's Lob Angeles White, Port, and Angelica Wines. 0?A11 orders for Virginia, Silver Cityk Gold Hill, and Davton, will be sent free of charge. C. LEICHTER & CO Gold Hill, Oct 12, 1863. FAST FREIGHT ? AND ? EXPRESS LINE FROM SACRAMENTO TO VIRGINIA IN THREE DAYS! Passing through CARSON, SILVER CITY and GOLD HILL. ^GEXCIES? F. DUJARDIN, Corner Washington anii Buttery Streets, San Francisco. C. B. HIGGINS, corner Front and L Streets, Sacramento. H. D. SMITH, at Taylcy & Co.'s Taylor Street, Virginia. , E. W. Church, at Driesbaek & Bro., Carson. Winter Arrangements. ON AND AFTER THIS DATE THE RATES of freight on all goods forwarded by thin line from Sacramento to Silver City, Gold Hill, and Virginia, will be fifteen (15) cento per pound. OFFICE ? Taylor utreet, between B and C. H. D SMITH, at J. V. N. Lanslng'a, Gold Hill SAMUEL ARNOLD, TOWN MARSHALi OFFICE ? "With Judge Robinsom THE EVENING NEWS. SOMETHING LfiFT UNDONE. Labor with what zeal tore will, . Something utiii remains undone/ Something uncompleted still, Waits the rilling of the sun. By the bedside, on the stnir, At the threshold, near the gate*, With its menace br its prayer, Like a mendicant It waits. Waits, and will not po.&way? ? Waits, and will not be gainsaid. J3y the cares of yesterday Each to-day is heavier mad*. Till at length it Is, or seems, Greater than our strength can bear As the burden of our dreams, Pressing on us everywhere. And we stand from day to day, Like the dwarfs of times pone by, Who, as Northern legends say, On their shoulders held the sky. ^ A WHISPtR. M There was nerur a day *a ted and long , But it wore at length' to - ? There wan never a ntral k But death, cane at lait to 1. Tlieae wm Ber?r But It found some moment iu There wo* never ? heart ?o Uli But it had one hope to <ih?flt <tesj There wm never a Vaster dark a>u<u But changed to aprtbf 1n tit* early year ; There vrun never a Humujtt,' irell-a-dtiy f Bit it sloped through ^attain to doeay. . Scenes at the South. The Baltimore American furnishes the follow* in? i . . On friday evening last a gentleman arrived in Philadelphia who ha* recently traveled in many parts of the South. In -hit tour he passed through a considerable part of Oeorgia, North Carolina and Eastern Virginia. Less than eight, days since he was in Richmond. He passed through rebel doni disguised. The following brief recital of hor rors, or most of them, passed under his personal t observation .? No less than five attempts at negro insurrection have been made in Georgia since the month of ? July last. As a terror to the slaves, some were shot, others hung* and seven or eight wire burned, one of the, latter being a pregnant fe male. Many children have died from want of the com mon necessaries of life. Old and iniirin nie;i and women have also died, their deaths having been hastened by the want of proper nourishment. In Richmond. Virginia, women, to the uumbei1 of live hundred or more, appeared in the streets, demanding bread or hi nod. One house, tilled with stores for the rebel army, was broken open, and the women succeeded in obtaining some pro visions to sustain life a little longer. The people of Richmond were in a desperate condition. There are but few of the wealthy class remaining. Many of them had reached Wilmington. North Carolina, and running the blockade, are now out of harm's way in Europe. Considerable number* of Union prisoners are daily starving to death; many who yet cling to life arc hopelessly imbe cile. During the second bread riot three women were shot, one of whom died of her wounds. In her last moment she upheld a little cross ? the em blem of her Christianity, worn next to her heart, and taking therefrom a" diminutive American ling, made of silk, wrapped it on the outside of the cross and kissed it, when her head fell upon her breast. She was dead. About tweutv-eight miles from Ncwbern, North Carolina, our informant saw an emaciated mother digging a little grave, in which she buried an in fant nearly two years old. Her despair was truly heart-rending. Her husband and son were con scripted into the rebel army. She believed her son was killed at the battle of Malvern Hill. ?lle belonged to the North Caroliua 7th, which, she says, Was composed nearly all of boys, some of them not over fourteen years old. She had un derstood that her husband had escaped North. Our iltforniant was touched by the grave scene. He gave the woman some Confederate scrip, and made u little head board for tin; grave, on which be drew the following : "Sacred to the memory of Bailie Johnson, aged twenty-one months." The mother could not read. He explained what he had placed on the little bourd, and sho expressed great gratitude nud burst into a tlooil of tears. She, no doubt, thought be was a rebel soldier. He further says that a counter rebellion is not far distant, when the lenders of the Southern Confederacy, if they do uot escape the country* will be made to bite thfBust." A Judicious Criticism. The following notice of Veetvali as "Gamea," appears in a late number of Wilkes' Spirit of the Times : There vos produeet at ze garten of Niplo on Tuesday of las week ze play of " Gamea.'* Mdlle Vestvali she make her iirs appearance in ze Inglis in zis play. Ye vos so imbresscd vis her .nannaire of speak ze Inglis bos in ze French and ze Sherman style zat our pen find herself impossibil to ozzervice write. In ze first place, to pekin vis mildness, ve viH say zat " Gamea" is most stupide play vat ve haf efer seet It not no interest of ze slight est particle from ze pekinning to ze cnt. Ve have been smuzzcred wiz ennui almos to ze des. Ze play has not at all ze form drama tique. It has ze form of vat zey call in Inglis ze gabbe. It is all talk and of cidaire ver little. Ve should much like to kill ze mail vat haf wrote zis play. He haf made us suffaire mos horrible. Mdlle. Vestvali abbears in der virst agd as der Choo Mudder vot haf losd her gild. Ze gild haf been carried ov mit Grisgians, vitch makes Mdlle. vestvali und all der Choos in del audience ver mat. Mdlle. Vestvali negst abbears, after der labse ov dousand years or zo, at a vordune deller. She zings a zong : " I am der sevetts dowser, Ov der seven* dosser,'' etc. She has an indcrview mit der Duchess Lomellini, der voman who has got her gild, and who gomes to learn zome luggv numbers, as she is apout to puv dwo gig's und von zaddle in Pen. Vood s loddery. Here Mdlle. Vestvali much reminds uz of " N. B. The Celepratcd Madame Prewster." In der fif agd, der Chu mudder und der Grisdian m udder haf a vight on der subiec ov relichion. OV gourse, der Choo mudder, pcing der " star," gets der pest ov it, und Israel iz dri umphant. At diz juncdure der Choos in der audience pecame zo egzited dat ve vos avraid day vould rise in a poay und sacrifice all der Grisgians bresend. In de ent de losd gild gets married, and dat settles it. Ve gannot zay ve admire Mdlle. Vestvali in der lnglis drama, und ve advise her to co pack 'to der Italian opera. She toes not zeem to us to bossess der virst reguisite ov sugcess in her new brofession. Her chestures are awkward und luticrous ; her bronuncia tion is der zame, und ven she endeafors to pe bowerful she is only vunny. Her hiode ov brezenting der emotions is raw ond grude to der lasd degree. Mrs. Brougham Robert" son, as der Duchess, vas very pad. Mrs. Allen, as der losd gild, blayed der vite muzlin tress und plue sash heroine to der life. Collier vos a bleasant lofer. Shewell, who is a jjoot agdor verefor yon pud him, blayed a pngand, und vas der best ov all. Geub. ? The Chinese eat pickled caterpil lars, and the BurgundianB are very fond of large vine snails. They are served, in food houses, seven or eight on a hot little silver plate, and a silver two-pronged fork is the instrument with which they are pulled out of the shell, the entrance or which is covered with a sort of light pastry They feel in the mouth something like a piece of tough beef' steak. The plate full is enough for one din* her, the snails are so big aadthe meat is M strong.