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PuBlUbed every evening (Sunday excepte.1), A.t fifty Ceum £*»·»· PUBLICATION OFKICK-Corner of Main nud Crown Point «treet*. — A uisτ* « — FOR GOLD HILL, CuVimXK * Phklax, Poet , t H t·—Who [uvp onlers todeliver the Nets Id «ny'jurt of the town every evening at 4 ο clock ; FOR VIRGINIA, Fat». BobsL*—Who will deliver the New* to all «lBacrlbefSj FOR LOWER UOLD HILL. SILVER CITY AND DAYTON. >1*·TAttLECB—WhoI» our.tuthorlxed Α -ι·ηι for these localltl*·, and will deliver the New* to all subscribers; VJR CARSON CITY. John 0. Fox—Who 1* our au thorised Ajient for the delivery of the Xi»v pnTLIPÎrôcH EDITOR» GOLD HILL, NEVADA: Thursday Kwnlm. An«u»t Jl. lStii. SUFFRAGE MEETING IN BOSTON. At the Suffrage Meeting in Faneuil Hall. Boston, recently, Rev. Henry Ward Beecher spoke. After Richard H. Dana, Jr.. had concluded an able cpcech, Beecher was introduced to the meeting and very warmly received. He began by saying that he had just come from a convocation of venerable minister» who were full as noisy as the assembly before him, and had been discussing the same subject. He laid down the proposition that universal suffrage is among the unalienable rights of man. In reference to the danger of letting everybody vote, he said that there was one grand radical unsafety—in being born at all. Alluding to the alleged ignorance of the blacks, he remarked that men who could read and write in the South voted like traitors, while others vote like pat riots. Ile asked how it was with the raw Irishman just from the hogs of Ireland, who rolled the language over like a spinner of twine. He first voted the whisky ticket then the party ticket, and in a short time began to leave his leaders, and in about ten years becomes as good a voter as anybody. A few elections may have been spoiled by them, but we can stand it as well as they can. As for the negroes of the South, they knew how to take our wounded soldiers through the woods, the thickets and the brakes, and were entitled to the ballot for their services in this re spect. To vote, only requires good com mon honesty and good common sense, and that of the colored man is uncommon in some respects. Mr. Beecher here gave a ludicrous description of his visit to South Carolina, where the black people were black. He compared their heads with those of the poor whites, and declared the blacks to be of much the best stock. The whites were so mean, pale, and abject, that death on a pale horse would not take them up behind him. In South Carolina the question was not—what would be come of the black men. but what would become of the poor whites ? There would be ten white paupers to one black, and ten white thieves to one colored thief ; and this, although the negro has been subject to the example of his master, steal ing all his life from him, and then attempt ing to steal into the kingdom of Heaven. Can Svpport Themselves.—In New born, North Carolina, there are three hun dred and five colored persons, none of whom are employed bv Government, who report an income of $151,562. The largest income reported is §3.150. There are one hundred and ten incomes of from $500 to $1,000. The negroes down South evi dently can support themselves as well a> their former master». A Federal office) who has been stationed at Beaufort, in tht same State, says that in that city of six thousand inhabitants, one-half of whom are blacks, fourteen hundred white per sons received assistance from the Govern ment. while only, between three and fou» hundred of the blacks applied for aid. These facts speak for themselves. Railroad to Rio Vista.—We have been shown a letter from F. A. Bishop. Chief Engineer of the Placerville, San Francisco and Washoe Railroad compa nies, in which he says,—under date ot August 26th : " I have just returned from an exploration for a line of Railroad from Rio Vista, on the Sacramento river, to Deer Creek (just below Latrobt·). and have met with most unqualified success. I can complete the road from Rio Vista to Placerville before January 1st, 1867 ; probably could do it in one year. Thi route will land passengers in Placervillt in 6J hours from San Francisco ; whereas, by way of Sacramento 194 hours are re quired." New Teleoraphic Enterprise—The Alta says that James Street, who returned on the Golden City, is the accredited agent of Barney. Morgan S Co., of New York, who intend to build a double line of tele graphic wires from San Francisco across the plaine, connccting with the Eastern lines. Street is the Superintendent and Manager of the new enterprise, and he has energy and talent enough to carry the measure to a successful completion. Recent estimates, closely made from cotton actually inspected, show that there it a vast quantity of the staple on its wax to market, and that reports to the contrary are manufactured to keep up the price. One thousand two hundred and five bale* passed Cairo recently in two days. The Memphis market has declined. James Gordon Bennett has purchased the ground recently occupied by Barnum's Museum, paying Barnum $250.000 there for. The remainder of the burnt district has been purchased by Mr. Bennett, cost ing about $200,000 more. There are 269 men connected with the Boston paid fire department, and their pay for 1864 was $69,978. the whole cost of the department for that year being $122,241. The men were called out 161 times last year. Another Steamer for this Coast.— The Pacific Mail Steamship Company's new steamship Montana left Xew York for San Francisco via Cape Horn, on the 12th inst. She brings a full cargo of merchandise and a number of passengers. The Spirit of the Times mentions four gentlemen of San Francisco who killed over seven hundred doves in two days, near McCartysville, Santa Clara county. Side and Side.—The remains of the late James Xisbet, editor of the BuUttin, were interred beside those of James King „of William, in Lone Mountain Cemetery. Prentice grows more and more witty. He is as juicy in hi* fruit as an old gnarl «d pear trM. GYMNASTICS. We arc gratified to note the unusual amount of interest that is being manifested in our communities, among our young men, in the training of the Gymnasium. The performances at Music Hall last even ing, on the occasion of the benefit of the master gymnast of this region, showed a great deal of cultivated muscle and disci plined '· knack " and expertneas on the part of ambitious amateurs. Our Gold Hill hall for schooling in the tricks and trials of Bars is well, promptly attended, and the pupils are all carefully benefiting by the instructions afforded. Mr. Ward says he never had >o attentive a class. We learn that there is to be a hall fitted up in Virginia, with superior apparatus, for the school-ronra of the "undeveloped" who may adopt this method of regaining or confirming good health and equipping themselves for the literal rough tumbles of life. Horace Mann used frequently to re late an anecdote of a Missionary in one of our large Western towns—<jn early times— who vainly attempted to steam up suf ficient public literary spirit to obtain a public library ; thinking this the best ex pedient to open a door for religious in fluences, among a certain class of New England folks who had come unconverted from their old home. Failing at first in this, he bethought himself of the project for establishing a gymnasium ; and, in a country where wood was cheap and the little labor required for such an object could be readily obtained almost at a gratuity, he soon had his " barn " full of climbing, jumping, wrestling, swinging youths. In less than twelve months there after he had the pleasure of acting as President of a Library Association own ing a thousand volumes, and his church was tilled with earnest members. These were of the consequences of his " muscle strategy." But there was more, from this course ot procedure, that Mr. Mann had to relate. The young men of the town were ail free from bodily ailing ; many of them recorded as thus redeemed from the post of confirmed nervous dyspepsia. And the taste for vigor-Riving sports ex tended to adjoining neighborhoods ; and like desirable results were boasted. The girls caught the spirit of the day—the gymnastic spirit. And in the town re ferred to there was established, so long ago as 1846. a Girls' Gymnasium ; to this day one of the institutions of the place, snd the foundation of a Young Ladies' Seminary (called " Gymnasium "). which has enjoyed and now has unsurpassed reputation as a school for the full training of Misses. Well : this is telling the whole story of a gymnasium, which is not likely to have parallel repetition here. But it is in structive of the advantages of the system, *nd indicative of the points it may bring forth in the way of securing connected institutions. Body and brain are equally invigorated and strengthened by the manly exercises of this character of school, spe cially intended for physical improvement. The pupil or exerciser of to-day has ad vantage over the boys who, five or six years ago, attended Gymnasiums. Then, there was a fee for membership, and you were admitted and left to practice what sort of " exercise " you chose in the hall. Now, there is a regular course of instruc tion, adapted to you straight as you enter, and the time per day you can devote to the building up of your physique. Prac tising in classes, composed of persons of your acquaintance, relieved from the un pleasantly criticising eye of old soldiers in the business, constitutes an improve ment in this school for improvement. Be fore, the exercises became tiresome ; mo notonous as they were in the round of a novice's suggestion. Moreover, being de sultory in his exercises, both as respects times for and character of practice, there was on an average little or no positive growth in the development of the body. A regular schedule of exercises not only secures a calculable enlargement of the power of the muscles, but also renders what was once, at best, a tedious process of self-discipline a most entertaining and iven fascinating recreation. Of Mr. L. P. Ward, the trainer of our ball, we are glad to say : he is an old printer, though a young man ; he is a first-rate gymnast — can climb a pole quicker even than Dan DeQuille, though the latter be fortified for the trip by a dose of ·' ho-jo he is a person of good, care ful judgment in the appointing of exer cises for his pupils—not urging them to attempt the more difficult feats too soon (a 1 most important item) ; he is punctual, and at all times agreeable. We hope he may find permanent employ in his new art, and that Gold Hill and Virginia will con tribute. through organized societies, to his liberal support as a Master of the Bars. Not much ·'Phœnix."—Our neighbor of the Union thinks the transfer of the California Stage Company's line to Louis McLane a sample of " squeezing '* by the former performed on the latter. We can't see it in that light. As long back as three months a prominent citizen of Virginia, who is deeply interested in the Dutch Flat speculation, told us that McLane had the California Stage Company under his thumb, snd could " squeeze it out " at any moment. And he prophesied that McLane would so do inside of six months. So it has happened. The report that the line was to be drawn off from Placerville is incorrect ; McLane having a mail con tract hence via that road for four years, on which he expects to keep up equally good time with the most advanced progress of the Dutch Flat traveling facilities. Ai-bvm Views We have received from Messrs. Lawrence & Houseworth of San 1 Francisoo a set of Album Views of Gold Hill and its vicinity, which for truthful ness and beauty far exceed any we have j ever seen. We also have a view of the magnificent store of Messrs. L. & H., and ' upon looking at the persons standing in the doorway, involuntarily extended our hand with a "hello, Houseworth, old : fellow, how are you ?" Call and see them when you visit the Bay city, and select a set of views to forward to your friends in the East. They have a full assortment of both Album and Stereoscopic Views of all creation. The contract for carrying Government freight up the Colorado river, was award ed, on the 27th inst., to George Johnson, of the Colorado Navigation Company. EASTERN TELEGRAPH fSriCIAl. DISPATCH TO THE COLD HILL DAILY NEWS.J oaten -to AVOtlNT 30. Peter-bure Railroad Bridge Burned — Drnlh of Hor. Brough, of Ohio— Wew· frout Ifarann. New York, Aug. 29.-The Tribune's special says the Petersburg Railroad Bridge, spanning the James river, at Richmond, was destroyed by fire on the 28th of August. It will soon be replaced by a neat and substantial structure. Cleveland, Aug. 29._Gov. Brough, of Ohio, died in this city, this afternoon, at 1 o'clock. Havana, Aug. 11.—The steamer Little Hattie, formerly blockade runner, will soon leave for Rio Janeiro under com mand of Blanche, who commanded the Denbigh. It is generally thought that if Gen. Hergende takes the place of Gen. Dulce as Captain-General of the Island, the African slave trade will commence with renewed vigor. 1 he Spanish mail steamer has not yet arrived. It is reported She was seized at Samara by the revolutionists of Ilay'.i, who knew the Spaniards had evacuated the town and that the steamer would touch there. A large party of them, in schooners, under the English flag, sailed to that place and made the seizure. A disturbance occurred on the English steamer Florida, in which several negroes were stabbed and one killed. The cooperage shops of Axillis & Sel j lane, with a large quantity of sugar and molasses, were recently destroyed by fire. Loss §250,000. Fro in the Rio Grande-lnlerricwi be urre n Ο (fleer a. New York, Aug. 29.—The Tribune's Brownsville correspondent, under date of the 25th, says: "This evening, Senor Roblee, Mexican Minister of Public Works, was over the river on a visit, and was received by Gen. Steele, who gave the distinguished visitor a dinner at Mil Ian s Hotel. Among the guests were Gens. Weitzel and Draper. After a plea*· ant repast, at which friendly sentiments were exchanged, the party broke up, Senor Roblcs recrossing the river. Senor Rom ero and Gen. Ortega are said to be on their way here to visit the distinguished Liberals. It seems to point to something about to be done on the Rio Grande. All is quiet along the river at present." Financial Condition of the Govern ment—The Commet to Carry the U. W. «nil» from Nnn Franeiaeo to Chi na J.et to the *». Λ. β. Co. A special dispatch to the Times says that the financial condition of the Govern ment is easy, and that the Secretary of the Treasury will be enabled to meet all de mands with the means he has at com mand. No statement of the public deb: will be made on the 1st of September, nor will there be a statement hereafter oftener than once in two months, so that the next statement of the public debt will appear October 1st. The Postmaster General has accepted the tender of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, Allan McLean, Pre-ident, for a mail steamship line between San Fran cisco and China via Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, authorized by an act of Congress February 12th, 1865. The tender of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company was the only one received for the service. The compensation thereof is half a million dol lars per annum for the performance of twelve round trips between San Francisco and Hong Kong, touching at Honolulu and Konogawa. The company are tu build for the service four first class Ameri can side-wheel steamers, from 3,500 to 4,000 tons burden cach, Government measure ; to be constructed of the best materials and after the most approved model, with all modern improvements adapted to sea-going steamers of the first class. The first steamer is to leave San Francisco with mails for Japan and Cl ina on or before the 1st of January, 1867. The term of contract is to be ten years from the date of the sailing of the first steamer from San Francisco. The Contract Let.—The telegraph to day brings us the important information that the contract for carrying the United States mails between San Francisco and China monthly each way hns been let to the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. That company was the sole bidder, and receives as great a subsidy as the Govern ment has pt wer at present to give, namely, half a million a year. This is the greatest subsidy ever given by our Government (or sea service, and we hope its effect will be as beneficial to the country as antici pated. The effect which the establish ment of the line will have on the states and Territores on the Pacific slope cannot be other than most beneficial. It will build up trade and increase travel, and will operate most powerfully in urging the speedy completion of the great national work, the Pacific Railroad. The policy ol subsidizing steamship lines has been most faithfully followed by the British Govern ment, but never adopted to any great ex tent by ours. Congress did grant α few thousands to the Collins Company, but the much greater amount which was given the Cunard Company by the British Par liament enabled the latter to drive off tl e ships of the former from competition, and now mails and passengers betwepn Eng land and America are carried in British I bottoms and under the British flag. It ι has always been British policy, too, to establish and support pioneer lines, where by to extend British influence and increase British trade. In this case wc have supe rior facilities and are first on hand, and we want to see Uncle Sam watch this en terprise with such care as will alwas keep it ahead of competition and secure to this country the rich China trade. Immigration from Ecrope.—The num ber of immigrants landed at New York last year was 181,700. Of these, 91,409 reported their inteVition to remain in New York—which means New York City—the remaining 92,291 being distributed through all the other States, the greatest number in Pennsylvania. New York thus re ceives 118 more immigrants than all the other States together. Of these new comers, 89.706 came from Ireland, 57,572 from Germany, and the balance from other countries of Europe, so that the im migration of Irish falls short only 5,288 of the people from all the rest of Europe. Gold.—In New York, on the 23d, the ·· root of all evil " was quoted at 143^. NAN FRANCISCO DISPATCH. I ItPICIAL BIBPATCU TO ΤΠΙ OOLD ΗΠΑ BAILT SEWS.] Interesting Trial-Died—Ari»tocratic Ball. San Francisco, Aug. 31—2 r. u. j The case of Byrne is exciting immense i interest ; the chain of evidence appears ' almost irresistible. Twenty-six witnesses ! have been examined for the prosecution, j and the end is not yet. Walter J. Bohen, foreman of Monu mental Engine Co., died at 1 o'clock this morning, frA his injuries received at the Xiantic Hotrf fire. He was improving until 4 o'clock yesterday, when a change took place and he rapidly sunk. A high toned ball is to be given to the Colfax party at the Occidental Hotel to night. Tickets $25. Forenoon Stock Sale·. Chollar, $490. I'otoM, $450@452J. Gould & Curry, $1,100. Belcher, $900. Sierra Neveda, $28@26j· Imperial, $253@250. Overman. $1924. Uncle Sam, $195@185. Savage, $1,310. Confidence, $135@l36i· Bullion, $155@1574. Crown Point, $1,17δ@1·1β0. Yellow Jacket, $1,435@ 1,445. Daney, $63@55. Hale & Noroross, $480@486. Ophir, $326@300. Greenbacks, 73ic. Old Fokbes.—This old editorial sinner, who publishes the Humboldt Register, somewhere in the neighborhood of that ancient river—has a way occasionally of expressing his ideas which we do n't like. We once remarked, concerning him, that he was a good man when he had his senses. We think so still. But he goes off occasionally into dream-land. ■ He has on two distinct occasions, strongly inti mated in his paper that «ce were interested in getting up the swindling reputation of ·' Pinewood District." The venerable and erratic Forbes is entirely mistaken ; we never owned an inch of ground in Pinewood—never received a picayunc from any person who had. Whatever was published in our local columns con cerning '· Pinewood " was furnished by our Virginia local reporter, who, we have since believed, was imposed upon by such men as Quill, Rose, Green, and others. We doubt not, our reporter will so inform the public. The Virginia papers were similarly imposed upon. (The fellow Guill, and his co-swindlers, owe a bill at this office of $35, for printing a stock book, more than a year and α half ago, which they have never been honest enough to settle, which they had better attend to soon, or we shall " show up " the whole crowd.) Mr. McDouqall, present Secretary of the Fire Department, Virginia, offers to take the Secretaryship of the Fire Depart ment and the city for $100 a month. This reduces the entire of cost for the two Secretaryships below the amount ($125 per month) now paid the City Clerk alone. Mr. McDougall is every way competent to discharge the duties of the two offices and can make it convenient to attend to them with ease and dispatch. He is a good penman, a careful accountant and can be recommended as having preferred quali fications for the places, in that he is a sensible and obliging gentleman. Law Notice.—Hon. Thomas Wells, of Car»on City, has his professional card in another column of our paper—which will •«how to the people of Ormsby county, to j Lyon, or to Storey, where they can find a ! good, honest and competent lawyer, if i ihey stand in need of one—and give them a chance to "get even" with their enemies in Court. Judge Wells is a most excel lent gentleman, and if we had business in any Court, we know of no one we would sooner trust. Lot Titles.—We have understood that ihe time as provided by law for securing titles to lots in towns and cities, through the Land Office at Carson will expire on the 26th of September. Hale and Bishop, of Gold Hill, are prepared to get up the papers or declaratory statements, for all persons standing in want of the service. The Eastern line is again down.— Vir ginia paper». No such thing. The Overland wires have been working ever since Monday. Queer, ain't it ? It is reported that Bragg, who sold out ' the Sacramento Valley Railroad to the Dutch Flat Company, i« a relative of the Confederate General of the same cogno men. Should n't wonder. New Railroad Enterprise.—By a private letter from New York we learn that a new Pacific Railroad enterprise is >n foot, in which the leading men of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad are in terested, and which they feel confident will prove sifcccssful. The idea is to con struct a railroad from San Jose through I'ulare Valley, the Kern River country, Walker's Pass, Owen's River Valley, the ^Valker River region, ind so on to inter sect the northern or main trunk of the Pacific Railroad at or near Austin, Reese River. This route is said by those who have examined it to avoid all heavy grades and deep snows, and all tho way traverse λ country rich in mineral and agricultural lands. It is certain that the grade along this route is a matter of no great conse quence, and the snows art not heavier than they are in Pennsylvania. An appli cation is to be made to. Congress for an sppropriaton of lands, bonds, etc., in aid of this route, and the prominent railroad men •if the East have no doubt that they can procure such aid. From San Jose to Walker's Pass the distance is about two hundred and seventy miles, and the grade is generally very easy. Through that Pass it is stated to be light. From the Pass to Reese River it is not much heavier than from Stockton to Sacramento. The prin cipal drawback is the lack of timber on the route. The total distance to Reese River from San Jose by this route is six hundred miles—from San Francisco six hundred and fifty mile·. Bv way of Sac ramento, Dutch Flat or Placerville and I Virginia, the distance from this city is about five hundred mile*—with 6fty miles of railroad and <>ne hundred and ten miles river navigation already on the route. To build a railroad through Walk er's Pass will prove an enterprise of immense magnitude, even though snows and grades are light, owing to the lack of timber and the immense alkali plains and swamps to be crossed.—F. Call. SAto a very high functionary to his scapegrace son : . " Look at me ! here am I at the top of the tree, and what is my reward ? Why, when I die, my son is the greatest rascal in England !" To this the young hopeful made answer : " Yes, dad, whan you dit, bat sat till then I" PUBLIC SPEAKING. We are authorised to announce that Hon*. Wiiliak M. Stewaut will address the peo ple of Gold Hill on Monday evening next. The subject to be, " The Country, and the General Welfare at least so we put it up. Let everybody come out and hear Nevada's favorite Senator. Another Indian sent to Glory.—Some special constables went out, on Tuesday, in 3ucst of Sacramento Sam and Cock-eyed im, two well known murdering Piutes, who had come down from the North and were lurking about the Meadows. When the par ty arrived at Capt. John's place, on the river, the red devils had depnrtcd for Virginia ; probably commissioned to purchase a stock of ammunition. Capt. John, however, knew of another murdering red brother, from the Queen's river region, who had lutely come to the Meadows. lie said the fellow acknowl edged having served in several of the Indian fights, North, this season, and 'better kill um.' The specials agreeing with him, Captain John set about thirty of his boys to hunting the fellow out of the tules. They went in red-eyed, searching the tules over a'large ex tent of marsh, which a white man could not have got over. After six hours hunting, the fellow was brought out. lie came reluctant ly. He was a fiendish looking fellow, and when he found his time had come, he made confession to the interpreter that he bad been in the scalp business all the season. Was in the first fight in Paradise Valley, arid several since; and had on his own hook killed one white traveler. He soon was sent to the happy bunting grounds, by Bonmfield & Parkinson's cut off. The Indians on the Meadows and in that section, under the guidance of Capt. John and Capt. Sou, are behaving well, and doing good service. They have been made to un derstand that their own safety is conditioned on their turning out every Indian coming down front the scenes of the Summer's cam paign. Unquestionably they are nc'ing in good faith. They are more afruid of the murdering fellow» of the North than are the white settlers ; and each rendition of one of the northmen to the whites commits them deeper to the policy. They are very anxious to prove their sympathy to their white neighbors. They render service where a white man could not ; and the arrangement is that no Indian from the North ch-tll here after be allowed to rest himself within their beat.—Humboldt Register. Fatal Accident.—A man named Mor gan, while riding β wild horse on Floyd's ranch, Cherokee Lune, about five miles from Stockton, on Friday evening, August 25th, was thrown to the ground, breaking his neck. A Relief.—You are troubled with a bad breath ; it annoy* your friends and acquain tances, as well as yourself. You would like to get rid of it, but scarcely know what means to adopt. We will tell you. Use the Fragrant Sozodont ! It will cleanse and beautify your teeth, and leave your breath pure and sweet. Sold by Druggists. J Γ S Τ ou T.—New \ iewH of Hold Hill, Virginia Oit»·, Cnruon City, Donner Lnkc, I.aUe Tnhoc-, California nml Nevada Koad View», Hydraulic, Pincer nnd Mining View», Yo-Seinlle Valley, Itig Tree», Snow View» on tbo Summit, Snn Francisco City nnil Boy View». The most Interesting sé rie» ever published. Catalogue» now rondy, nud »cm to nny tvddre»» free of postage. Address Lawbexck A Hocsewortii, Opticians, 317 and31'J Montgomery street, San Fran cisco. au3l imp Λΐ:\ν TO-DAY. CAUTION! 'PIIE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY CAUTIONED A not to buy or negotiate for Non. 4g(i, ,*iSU, and CM, Warrants υη the Treasury ol the Town of Hold Hill, as the saine grethe proporiy οι th« un dersigned. nud by Ilium lost or mislaid. C. li. VANGORDEB, E. A. GAMBLE, au31 w S. II. ROBINSON. Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT THE '· Delinquent List " of Tuxes dux the Town of Oold Hill forthe lineal year commencing April, I860, has hern mnde out and delivered to the Town Attorney, and at the expiration of twenty days from the date of the first publication of this notice, action will be brought lu the proper Court for th« collection of all taxes then due. TIIO·. 11. JOHNSON, Marshal nud Tax Collector. Dated, Oold Hill. Angus! 31. Ι8ΑΛ· nn3l Id TIIO.UA* WELLM, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Carson City, Ncv. OFFICE—In the County Building. Will give strict attention to practice In the Supreme Court of this State, and in t^e Cir cuit and District Courts of the Uulted States. au31tf Piano Ibr Male Cheap, At Armory Ilnll. ONE VERY FIXE BRILLIANTE TONE. Seven Octave, Round Corner, Rosewood PIANO, belonging to a lady about to go East, is for aalo cheap. Inquire of MR. GEO. EELS, or MIL J. IiALL, aii.11 m is Of the Pioneer l.nnndry. QUICKSILVER ! ■yyE WILL SELL Quiolisilver AT 69 CENT* PKR POUND, .uJ Acency Bank of California, ι au;31 imls VIRGINIA AND GOLD IIILL, SCHOLL Sc HOLMES, No. 06South C street, Virginia, , (Next Door North of \V. F. $ Co.'t Office,) \ —DIALERS I*— OCNS, PISTOL», RIFLE*. And Ammunition! Also, for Sale at low rates HENRY'S PATENT RIFLES, Capable of discharging fifteen bnllets per minute. Parties bound for Boise and Idaho will do well to call upon us. as wo will sell all kinds of Fire arms al the lowest living prices. REVOI VERS, of a'l patterns, constantly on ! hand and for sale. Repairing and Loading done wllb dispatch. Remember the place— Hoot h C street, Vlrgl·!·. fou31 I £1 Dorado Saloon. HAVE ENTIRELY REFITTED AND RE· paired my Saloon in a first-class manner, and Tins EVENING, July 31 at. Will open to my friends and the public. Every one 1· Invited to call in and see me. I «hall al ways keep tbe dnest kinds of WINES, I.IQUORK and CIGARS. And any one visiting Virginia can find the truth of that statement at THE EL DORADO, oppo site and a few doors north of Wells, Fargo It Co.'· office. That well known favorite. W ALTER WINN, will ever be found ready to receive his numerous friends. Call and see him. Ν. B.—A splendid LUNCH served dnlly. aug31 m A8A L WAUOAMAN. Prop'r. Summons. CJTATE OF NEVADA, COUNTY OF STO u rey. In the Justice's Court, Gold Hill Town ship, before W.N. Hail. Justice of the Pence.— Stern and Weill, plaintiffs, vs. Patrick Flanagan, defendant.—The 8t»te of Nevada sends to Pat rick Klanngan. greeting: Yon are hereby snm moned to nppear before me. Justice of the Pegce In and for Oold Hdl Township. Coantv and State aforea»id. at ray office In Gold Hill,on the 3<lday of October, a. D. ItSCS. at 10 o'clock Α. M of that day, to answer the complaint of Stern nod Weill, a tirm doing business in Gold Hill aforesaid, ι wherein thev claim to recover Ihesum of three j hundred doliars, in gold coin, f r goods sold and delivered, as per complaint ou file in this Court. ! And you are hereby notified that If yon fall to \ appear and answrr the complaint as aforesaid, judgment will be taken against you tor the snm of 9300 in gold coin, and costs of salt. To tliv • hrrlff or any Constableof said county, greeting : Make legal service and dne return hereof. Given under my band, this 31st day of August. 1865. W. N. HALL, Justice of the Peace. au3I m Oold Hill Township. [50-eaat lat Rst. stamp. M-ctot Stats ttaap.] MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISE VENTS. VIRGINIA JIVSIC HALL· Max Walter ActlDg M imager .....Walter Brnv Leader E. Zlmmer Stage Manager J. D. McGowan This Popular Place of Amusement la mill the Favorite Resort of all PUN-LOVING PLAYGOEBS! * Come and «eu WALTER BRAY. —A!»D— MISS FLORA. BRAY. Who will appear Every Evening, in conjonction with this Large and Talented Company· Producing, in rapid ancceaalon, all the FRESH NOVELTIES —AND — memation spectacle· Of the Day. \3T Come and See TJ». ^ au 19 tf DANCING ACADEMY, Olympic Hall. TWO PRACTICAL TEACHERS! MILLINGTON Ac DAJIONB WOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY Inform the public of Gold Hill that they will open a new clan· in Dane iiig, at the Olympic Hall, OnTue»dny, Friday and Saturday Even'··. Thev will teach all the Modern Dances in an eu.v and correct manner, and In time, a· both teachers will practice Indlvldnally with all tho pupil». Term·, 810 for 13 Lc.aona. "v* ' SU'RKK CVtry DRUGS! CHEMICAL»!! É · ® RICE & LIVERMORE, νίΒΟΠΙΑ, NETADAi ( oner of C and Taylor ««re·»·, XTOW OFFER TO THE PL'BLIO ÎTHE flnent mock of— DRl'OS, OHEniCALI, MEDICINE*, ΡΑΠΤ», OIL*. ETC., To|bcffOnnd la Nevada ! Which they will «ell At the Lowest Price! CHEMICALS for MILLS, la «tore, to mit Customeça. Car AGENTS JB IP or all of the Beat PATENT MEDICINES ! ! Received directly from the Manufacturer». .... ι ··%■ r ty Preecrlptio·· earefally com pounded by an experienced Chem ial ! trRENEJlBBB THE PLACE: J* Corner of C and Taylor street·, next door to the flnnk of rallfornln. r«urt-> m2p DRUGS! DRUGS!! ^ GEORGE DEAN, IS (Lot* of Silver Ctty.) ® Odd Fellow·' Hall, Gold Util, RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO THE people of storey couuty, and the State at large, that he ban juiit received from San Fran· Ci»co a complete slock of DRUG*. . CHEMICALS and ÛIEDICHE». Which ho will sell at the Lowett y srket Rates. FOR MILL MEN—Hs ha· In mock, Saltpetre. Sulpb. Copper, Hal Aininonlnc, Koroaeno, . Linseed and Lard Oil·, . _ White Lead, Etc. FOR THE LADIES—A Large and Ele gant.Amortmcnt of Perfumery, Cosmetics, Fancy Goods, Etc.. of Engliah, French and American manu facture ; Lubln'S Extracts, L. LeGrand'a Perfum ery. Brnihei, Comb», Etc, and, in fact, every article peculiar to a erst-class Drug store. Gold Hill, Augu»t 19.1665. nuH> *f Selling at Cost ! Selling at Cost ! —AT— No. 36 South C atreet. VIRGINIA, Next Door to Gllllli Mott 4c Co.'·. ADOLPH HIRSCH9IAIV, Being about to leave nevada, respectfully offer* hi» entire mock of Good» AT COST, eon al· ting of DIAMONDS, SILVER WARE, ORNAMENTAL JEWELRY, GOLD WATCHES, SILVER WATCHES CHAINS OF ALL KINDS, Etc. |y 1 beie Good» MU--T BE SOLD on or be fore October )»t. to cloae the »tock. All Good· guaranteed to be the »am· a· repre aented. Give me a call and buy cheap. nu30 m ADOLPH HIRSCHMAN. Fee d. GROUND BARLEY, MIDDLINGS, BRAN aad SHORTS, ' / For »ale at suîtf „ R. G. SNEATn»S, : No. 93 -oath C street. Virginia ' Notice. XTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE Il Taxe» dueth· Town <>f Gold Hill upon tlie proceed» of the mine» for the Quarter ending the out day of June, 1863,1» now due and payable, »nd the law aa to the collection of the same will be strictly enforced. TH08. H. J0HN80N, Marshal and Tax Collector. Dated. Gold Hill, Anrnst IS, lMft an2* tf Hoarding and Lodging. Anew boarding" and lodging Hunae will be opened to-day, four doors lelow tb* Bulll.P and nearly opposite the Ex :beqner mining works. The bouse ti newly 'urnlshed with the best of accommodations Board p«r week, $8 00. Reonu, S3, $10 and $li jemoath. amglH tf ASSAÏKRS AND BANKERS' NOTiCKS. ASS ΑΫ OFFI cTE — or — H. UARfll), AT A. B. PAUL & CO.'S BAHKIHG H0H8E Gold Bill Nevada Territory. THE UNDERSIGNED. ESTABLISHED A» ..k-ht year· In California, ami for two yearn InW-a la Territory. I« now at Ould Hill, where he will attend to any bu»lne»»entru«tcd to him with promptness anil dispatch. Gold, Silver and are· of Ε Terr Deaerli,. Hon Aaanyed, And return· of Bullion made within «1* hour» In Bar» or Coin, at the option of the depositors. For correctneu of hl> Assays, he refer» to— Messra. Trow A Coin te New Tor» Messrs. B. BetarendACo .—New York Miwr». Davidson A Berrl San Francisco Messrs. J. l'arrott à Co 8an Francisco Me»*™. Sather A Co San Francisco Messrs. Tallaiit A Co San Francl»co Messr». Reynolds, Relu 4 Co San Francisco Meiwrs. Β. F. Hasting* A Co.. Sacramento Mener*. D. 0. Mills & Co.... Sacratiiemo Messrs. Hideout i Smith Marysvlll® Messrs. Decker A Jewett MaryavIII* Messrs. B. F. Hastings A Co Virginia City Messrs. Mavnurd A Flood., Gold Hill Messrs. A. B. Paul A Co Gold HIU Charge· at .San Francisco Hate*. aiig!2 II. HAltlUb. Gold Hill Assay Office BULLION AND ORE» ASSAYED, At Gold Hill, Storey Ceunly, NEVADA, By CONRAD WIEGAND, Formerly Siircrvfalng Aaiuiyrr at (be I nllcn State» >11m, Nan Francisco, Cnl., And Lnte Snperinlrtiilvnt of Amuiylni ni the Gould Ar Curry .11111, Virginia City Nevada. CI OLD AND 81LVER BULLION MELTED y und /Waved, ut S au KriunUco rate». RETURN IN BARS lire as speedily rendered ns Is compatible with α critical ascertainment of Vaine. The Values stamped are guaranteed to be those which the C 8. Mint (or its Branches) will de. dure. If deposited for coinage. Ore assays carefully made, at rates reasonably correspondent with the number and character of Assays desired, and with the amount and form of sample furnished. Specific and detailed circulars furnished on ap plication personally at the office, or by mall to CONRAI) WIEGAND, East «ido of Main street, near and below Wells, Fargo ii Co.'·, Gold Hill. Reference·— By Permiaaion. IK GOLD HILL. P. D Hedley, Esq., Agent Well», Fargo £ Co J. W. ri'.od & Co., Bankers. Ν. A. H. Ball, E»q.. at J. W. Flood Λ Co.'·. W. H. Blauvelt, Esq.. of the Bank of California. I.N VIRGINIA. Cha«. Bonner, Esq., Sup't Gould 4: Curry Co. J. H. Latham, Esq., Agent Wells, Fargo & Co. Wm. Sharon, Esq.. at the Bank of California. IN SAN FRANCISCO. Robt. B. Swain, Esq., Sup't U. S. Branch Mint. Benj. T. Martin. Esq., Assayerof U. β. Β. Mint. Alpliens Bull. President of Gould A Cnrry Co. D. 0. MIUs, Esq., at the Bunk of California. Donohoe, Kelly it Co., j Parrott A Co.. Sather A Co.. Chas. F. Rlchn. Flint. Peabody & Co., | Wm. T. Coleman.Esq. Gold Hill. May g7, IgflS. myg7tf The Bank of California! AGENCY, GOLD HILL, Nov ■WM. SHARON.Àen'lAgent. THIS AGENCY IS~~xÔw PREPARED TO receive Deposits of COIN or BULLION, either on OPBN ACCOUNT, Or to Inane Certiflcntea Tbrrcforl Payable (lit the option ot the holder In Gold Hill or in San Francisco; to make Collections; pur chase Bullion at the most favorable rates, or ad vance coin thereon when forwarded to the Parent Bunk In San Francisco ; sells Bills of Exchange, and transact a General Banking Business. Check* Tor Hale on London. Pari·, Bank of Ireland (Dublin), New York, San Francisco. Boston, Portland (Oregon), Sacramento, etc. WM. SHARON. General Agent W. II. BLAUVELT, Cashier. Gold Hill, May 1, 1863. J.ν I tf VAN WYCK «t CO., ASSAYERS, TAYLOR'S BUILDING, TAYLOR STRKK1 ■ Virginia City· />OLD AND 8ILVER~BULLI0N MELTED AND VJT Assayed, and return· made In Bars the day o> deposit. ■ Our Aaanya Will conform strictly to the standarn of th». U. 8. Mint, And our charges will be the same as In San Tnincfsc* «^Particular attention given to URE ASSAYS. M LEOPOLD Kill. A. 8 S Α. Υ Ε Η, —AND— Metallurgical Chemist! OFFIG'E-On Tnrlor street, nouthirrat cor. of D utreei, Virginia. Established in Ιθβΐ ! BULLION MELTED, ASSAYED, And retnrns thereof made lu stamped BarsorCoto The correctness of bis computations is proved in tie same way a* done by him daring a uumber of years In (he U. S. Mint, San Francisco. or An ι iuds of Ores and Minerals tested, as •ayed and analysed. «"Refera to Public Opinion. Γaogll iptf J. W. FLOOD &Î CO. BANKERS, Snrceaaora to .1IAYNARD Oc FLOOD, Gold ΠΙΙΙ, Nevada. DRAW EXCIIANGB ON NEW YORb Check* on HAN FRANCISCO, MCBARBNTO, HABVIVILLI. Bullion Purchaaed, gil AdtiiM· ÏTIadr on Bam·! [7* Deposits, special or otherwise, received and all other business connected with Banking punctually attended to. Jyl tf LEET Sc. CO., Forwarding &,CommiB'n Merchant», —dkalers is— FLOUR, GRAIN & PRODUCE, Clipper G-np. 'Forward Good» to all parts of Callforaia Jevada. Mark goods plainly, "Care Leet A Co." · Send 8hlpplng Receipt» with each eonilfnnxot of Good». Shipper» will please mark weights on Receipt». No charges at Sacramento on Through Freights. AG ENTSi 9. T. LLET, I W. H. LUT, Virginia Clipper Gap. | and Gold Hill, Nvr. LEET de CO» I Virginia Union copy 3 month·, and send bill to this office.) Jug6 3m OILS. Lard, Coal and Neatsfoot OILS, For » ale at ««îtf R. G. SNEATUff* No. 93 South C streeK Virginia:. BXI. KltAPPin OAHDI.Eg, For iaU low, gt atfti R. G. SNBATH'Et.. No. » 8*ath 0 street, VUfiaJ·.