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THE EVENING NEWS.
Prooressino.— There have been im provements of various kinds in Nevada, bat one of the greatest is in our palatial stores that line the street, and in which vast commercial interests are gathered. Such is the large and elegant establish ment of Kirk & Co., No. 43 South C street, Virginia, where may be found one of the largest and best selected stocks of drugs, chemicals, and other articles peculiar to a tirst-class Drug Store, to be found this side of San Francisco. Fragrant Sozo dont, the best toile; article in the world, and all kinds of cosmetics for ladies, are always to be found there, and every pre scription compound is under the direction of careful and experienced chemists. See advertisement. Sad Bereavement. — This morning, Kev. Wm. M. Martin, of Virginia, receiv ed the sad tidings of his son's death, in Brooklyn, New York, on the 16th inst. The deceased. Rev. William Wisner Mar tin, was last pastor of a church in San Jose, and formerly of the Howard Street Church, San Francisco, where his fervent eloquence attracted crowded congrega tions, and his pure life and religious principles attached to him a host of friends, in March last, disease attacked him. and after a long illness he rallied sufficiently to be taken to New York, where he died. He was one of the most promising divines that ever visited this coast, and in behalf of the entire community we tender sym pathy to his bereaved father. The meeting of the Second Ward Union Club of Gold Hill was better attended last evening than the one the week previous. The meeting was called to order by the President, and the minutes of the preced ing meeting read and approved. Notice was then given that the election of a mem ber of the Storey County Central Com mittee was in order. Mr. T. It. Storer nominated Philip Lynch. The nomina tion was seconded, and Mr. Lynch was unanimously elected. Calls were then made for the two nominees for Assembly from the Second Ward, when each re sponded m a few remarks. After the transaction of some miscellaneous busi ness the meeting was adjourned. Another Branch or Industry.—The Pioneer Stage Company are about to erect a large building on a lot on North F street, which will comprise a repair-shop, painting establishment and blacksmith shop, at which all the repairs for the Ne vada section of the route will be made, thus affording employment to a large corps of mechanics. Already a small es tablishment i* in operation, but the new buildings will be commodious and as fine as any in the city. The disbursements of the Pioneer Company for a fiscal year are rnormous, and amounts to more in Sterey county than the receipts. ANOTHER l/I»tQVBiHi—ny ivctiu uiat » Spaniard or Mexican, who has for some time been at work for the proprietor of the Dog Valley Station, on the Hcnnesa Pass route, last week found a ledge near the Summit which is remarkably rich in silver. Some of the surface cropping» show rich sulphurets of silver, and several assays made in Virginia yesterday show as much as $1,000 and not less than $600 to the ton. The vein is believed to be of good width, and as work has already been commenced on the claim, it will not be long before its value can be better as certained. Recorder's Covrt, Virginia. — The only beastly old bummer that was before Judge Meagher this morning was the no torious Democrat, RiclArd Moyee, Esq., renowned as the most inveterate drunkard and blackguard in Virginia. His last sentence was for one hundred days, but the Court let him out after a month and one half stay, under promise that he would leave the city. This time he should be sentenced for life, as he was too drunk to plead this morning, his case was postponed. A Day or Clka.nino.—Such a time is known in the history of every New Eng land house wife'sdomestic economy. Such a day is known to Virginia and Uold Hill, and to-day is the day. Almost all of the great unterritied, unwashed Dim raocracy have to-day made Carson the nucleus of their political filth, and to-day Storey county is comparatively clean. Thank Heaven for one day in the year. Worth a Visit.—Billy Stelling, of the St. Nicholas Saloon, has one of the finest collections of minerals and curiosities on this Coast, and could liarnum but see the glittering array of specimen ores he would feel inclined to envy it* present possessor. The collection was commenced by our lamented friend Fred. Uetzler, but since his death Stelling has materially increased its value. The Largest.—Yesterday the largest piece of casting ever brought to this State was received by the Chollar-Potosi Com pany, brought from Shingle Springs via the "Placerville route. It is a spur-wheel, twelve feet in diameter, and the freight on which cost the snug sum of $750, or money enough to buy a small farm. The works of the company are fast approach ing completion. Coxcbrt.—Monday evening, Madame Hishoo eives her first concert, at the Opera House, Virginia, and will present a rare programme of gems of song, operatic and ballads. We would suggest to Messrs. 1'easley & Hemmingway to hare a carpet put on the stairs leading to the parquette, as the sound of cowhide boots thumping on the bare boards is very annoying to the audience. Fact, Tom. Oi'eka liorsK—A big lode of fun was struck in the lower level last night, and Bray-rites of laugh and joke existed in nbundance. Courtaine is a funny cuss, and will to-night appear in that best of all farces, " Born to tiood Luck, or an Irsh man's Fortue," in which Harry is all that is required. Monday and Tuesday evenings the troupe will perform at the Gold Hill Theatre. Bk\k Fiokt.—Lot· of fun is expected by the boys at the dog and bear tight al the Theater, this evening. We learn thai some good dogs are to be brought in, The same parties who manage the affaii have furnished lots of fun to the Vir ginians by a couple of similar entertain' monts at that place. Qo and sec the fight Accomodating.—Haight, of the Gold Hill Stage, and Douglass, of the Omnibus, have our renewed assurance of special consideration for many favors. Bullion.—Wells, Fargo & Co. shippec from their Virginia office, this morning 11 bars of bullion, weighing 746 pounds end worth, as per assay, $20,104 16. A Cirur.N.— One Michael Fiugerak took out his ·' second papers " this morn· ing from the County Clerk's office. Thk famous Bell Ringers^will noon ap pear in our midst. A mkthod has been discovered in Bel Kiuin to obtain a photographic ground work for oil paintings. Fine canvas ο silk, such as is employed for small am delicate work, is used. Simply cover th surface with a preparation of collodiun and chloride of silver, and expose it am Ax it in the ordinary manner, just as ii the case of paper. .1«4un Amma BUh«p. Madame Anna Biahop baa been regarded, during a quarter of a century, as one of the reigning " Queen· of Song —ranking with the greatest vocaliau of the age—Sontsg, Pasta, Grisi, and Alboni—other than sug gesting comparison with the lesser lights of the modem lyric sphere. A decade of years have passed since Madame Bishop first visit ed California, and the rare pleasures enjoyed during her career on the Pacific shores are still fresh in the memory of the loyers of the divine art in San Francisco. From this city, Madame Bishop proceeded to Melbourne and Sydney, where she achieved brilliant success. In producing a series of operms la San Fran cisco, at a great cost, she nad suffered heavy losses, but every dollar of the indebtedness incurred here, was faithfully paid from the large gains realised in her Australian .cam paign. Madame Bishop sabsequenly visited Valparaiso, Lima, Rio de Janeiro, and all the principal cities of South America. She then passed two years 'in. Europe, and, returning to the United States, has since beefl eoncertising In all - parts of the Union, and in Canada, Cuba, the West India Islands and Mexico, finding a rapturous receptions everywhere, and elicit ing by her splendid efforts the warmest com mendations of the press and the public. Amid all the vicissitudes of professional life, and long journeying* around the world and far and wide, Madame Bishop preserves the freshness of voicc and the comeliness of face and figure which nature had so generously bestowed upon her. Just before leaving New York, she gave a number of concerts in that city, in Brooklyn, and at the fashionable watering places of the East. The New York Herald, in a notice of one of these entettain ments, remarks : "Madame Bishop's success was Mattering even to an artist of her great attainments. That peculiar sympathetic and velvet fiute-like quality of voice which con stitutes so great a charm, was apparent in every piece she sang. One of them, so popu lar with her audiences many years ago, was given with that delightful piquancy and fascination 'peculiar to herself. Mr. Henry D. Watson, a critic of repute, writes, in the New York Tribune: "Madame Anna Bishop appears before the New York public again, with a voice as fresh and beautiful as when we heard her many years ago. In deed, in point of volume and purity, it is im proved. Her style is thoroughly admirable, free from that nauseating tremolo disfiguring many modern singers, and nothing in orna ment or elaboration is beyond her reach. Equally excellent in Italian or English, and without rival in the interpretation of English, Scotch or Irish ballads. At each concert, Madame Bishop is received with enthusiasm, and whether in the elaborate cavatina "Casta Diva," or the sweetly simple ballad by Stephen Massett, " Sunset," she receives vociferous encores and wins the sdmiration not only of the public but the profession. Mr. Lascelles plays the piano dashingly, ac companies with the taste and skill of a thorough artist, and sings in two or three voices most pleasingly and effectively." The New York Evening Post adds the following graceful tribute : " Over the charming voice and person of Madame Anna Bishop, the wing of time has passed without leav ing α shadow. She produced an effect, last evening, at Dodworth's Hall, not soon to be forgotten, and both young and old joined heartily in bestowing on her showers of ap plause and flower*. One might hare sup posed that she was a newly risen Goddess of Song. A new duet, " Sunset," was sung by Madame Bishop and Mr. Lascellcs, so artist ically and sweetly, so delicately and pen sively, that the audience acted as if moved by magic on an enchanted isle." The Brook lyn Daily Eagle says of Mr. Lascellcs : " His vocalism may be regarded as extraordinary. His voice—or rather combination of voice— commences with bass at about Ο below the staff ; runs from bass into tenor, and termin ates in a clear falsetto, somewhere above Β flat in alto. His alternation of tenor and bass in Russell's "Robin Ruff" was re markable, and pleased so well that he was cncored, when he gave with good effect the pretty song, " Ο Mother Dear." Russell's descriptive song, " The Ship on Fire," he also sang very well, but his best vocal per formances were in the duet·, and especially in Massett's " Sunset " duet with Madame Bishop."—S. F. Golden Era. Diffbkbxcb ? —A New York Copper head organ asks : "Where is the difference between the ' traitor ' I.afayette, peering through the bars of the dreary dungeon of the Olmutz, and Davis, the 'traitor,' gaz ing through the gates of his cheerless case mate at Fortress Monroe ? " It might have continued indefinitely in the same strain, by asking what is the difference between George Washington battling to found the Government, and R. E. Lee battling to destroy it ? Between Stevens and Sedgwick, killed in fighting against the rebellion, and Johnston and Garnett, fighting for it ? Or what is the difference between a patriot and a traitor, or an honest man and a thief? Lafayette was a moral patriot, because he tried to found a popular government. Jeff. Davis is a moral traitor, because he tried to destroy one. The difference is plain enough to be seen by any one but a Copperhead editor. Tub Black Hawk (Colorado) Mining Journal relates the following of a couple of voters at the recent election in that Territory : Two Irishmen, chums, approached the polls in Central, to perform the highest duty and privilege of an American citizen. No. 1 chucked in a vote " Against the Constitution" and " For Negro Suffrage." No. 2 save : " What the devil arc you voting that way fort Shure, we don't want nagur suffrage !" " Och ! to h—11 with the nagur !" replied No. I ; " let him suffer and be d—d to him !" Sincb the fall of Richmond, upward of 600.000 men, with all their regimental officers, have been mustered out, dtsoana ed, paid off, and every men conveyed to his own door-step at the expense of the Government, over the whole expanse of the country, from Eastport, at the extreme northeast, to the Falls of St. Anthony, at the northwest, and St. Louis, at the south west, and embracing all the Middle and Border States. Thb great "Homestead" well, at Pitholo Creek, has ceased to flow, though it re cently yielded five hundred barrels per day. The Philadelphia Herald wickedly says : " It was the well in which Wilkes Booth owned a thirtieth interest, and it is barely possible that he tapped it at the lower end." It is said that the office of Justice of the Peace in the Second Township of San Francisco is the best paying office in the State. The present incumbent ir reported to have made $25,000 out of the office the past year. Thr pardoning of rebels is not bearing very good fruit. Hetschel V. Johnson, after having been pardoned, talked treason very loudly at Washington, saying that he knew of no power that could prevent I him expressing his sentiments. How's That ?—General Grant says thai I it is too soon to declare that the ballol shall not be given to the black man. Krllataa· NeMcn·. IhinnmtM Careen—'Vlrglnlal'lty— Rev. Wm M. Martin, Pastor. Service» iVffjr Sabbath, un tht arst «our "f Old Fellow*· Bulldlnt:, Β »Ιπ·.ί, at II a. m. *n<l 7SJ i\ *. Sabbath School and iiiulr ('la.*' Immediately after service, Meet I ne» fur prayer on Sabbath evenings, one hour before service. Ucoera prayer meetings on Thursday evening*. and youiui men'· prayer meeting·· on Tuesday evenings, In Pro Inite Court Kooui, name building. " Pa»tor'« real dence. Chapln House." Tvkkrnaclr Baptist Curant. Virginia, Rev. B. S MoLaUTirty. Pastor—Services at Armory Hall, Vlr ttlnla. morning an«l evening. Sabbath School aik I'll.lor'H lllble Clan», Immediately after luoniliu service. St. Jong's CacacH—Protectant Kplscopal. Goli' Hill— Rev. U. 1). Latlirup, Minister. Divine «ervlci Sunday·* at II a. x. and 7 r. a. Sunday Schoo at 1!S o'clock r.a. Chi k.'U or "Tin Asciwsiox," Deyton—Rev. 0 W. Whltaker, Rector.—Service·, during Mr. Wblta ker'« alnencr. will be held ea usual, every Sundajr.lt the new Court House, at S o'clock r. a. Rrv. A. F. HiTTiiooca will preach every Sabtatf as follow» : Dayton, II a. a.; Silver City, 21. r. a. Uold Hill. Odd Génois' Hall. 7S r. a. Rohan Catholic.—Services will be held eacl Sunday at the Church, Uohl Hill, at 10 o'clock a.a Father O'Reilly. Pastor. Paaacmxo at Odd KeUow»· Hall. Gold Hill. ev«n Sabbath, at 11 o'clock a. a., by Ear Chart·· R Eletn. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS, DRUGS! DRUGS!! -ψ GEORGE DEM, -Λ (Late of Silver City,) Odd .Fellow·' Hall, Gold Hill, RE8PECTFULLY ANNOUNCE8 TO THE. people of «llorey county, and the State at large, that he ha* Jn»t nvelred from 8an Fran· claco a complete itock of DRUON, CBG9IICAL* and MEDICINE*, Which he will aell at the Lowest Market Rate·. FOR HILL MEN—Hehn» In itock, SaltKtrc, salik. Copper, Sal Ammonlnr, Keroocae, Llniprd nnd _ it&te Lead, Ere. FOR THE LADIEd—A Large andEle gant Axjtortment of Perfumery, Cosmetics, Fancy Goods, Etc., of English, French nnd American manu facture ; Lubin's Extract·, L. LeOrand'a Perfum ery, Bruahe·, Comb·, Etc., tuid, In fact, every article peculiar to a tlrut-clam Drug Store. Oold Hill, Angu«t lit. 1865. qui» tf DRUGS! CHEMICALS ! ! | tf § I RICE & LIVERMORE, VIRGINIA, NEVADA, Corarr of € and Taylor Ktrmla, NOW OFFER TO THE PUBMCETHE Hne«t »toek "if— DHUUM, CHKmiCAM, MEDICINEM, PAINTfl, OIL··, ETC., To br found iaNernda! Which they will iell At tlio LowcHt Prloe! CHEMICALS lor MIL.L.H, Id More, to nuit CuMtoinerii. IT AGENTS JÛ For nil of th« Bent PATENT IIIEDICEVES!! Received directly fri-m the Manufacturer». fy Pmwription· rarrfully rom poundrd by η■■ rxprrirnrrd Chrm· ill ! tfTKBMF.tlBRK THEJFl.ACK·» -M Corner of Γ and Taylor alrerta, next door tothr RnnkofCulirornln. I«c23ni2p τηομλη o'brikn! Stock and Money Broker, ,>lntn alrrrl· Oppoaltn \V., K. <& Co.· IJOI.D HIM.. Mining stocks bought and sold tu the bent advantage. Stock Quotation· received by telegraph from Siin KriUH'Uco Immediately oner clo«e of each Bond. Greenback* and Treamiry Note» bought and and Hold at beat pontlble rate"·, la any quantity. HlghcKt price paid for Gold Illll, Virginia and County Warrants Real Eatate Agent. Kent·, etc.. collected. Auctioneer for the aale of Mining Stocka for awMmi'liti, and all llceuae» and taxe· ou Kale· properly paid, and a correct record kept of all •alcH. REFERENCES: GOI.1) IIU.L— J. W. Flood it Co.; W. II. Blau· velt, Ag't Bank of Cal.; P. D. Headly, Ag't W„ F. JfcCo.; John II. Mill·, E«q. VIRGINIA—B. F. Ha»tlng· i Co.; Paxton & Thornbnrg; 1. II. Latham. Ag't W.. F. & Co.; Geo. F. Jone». E»q. oc3 tf QUARTZ MILL· For Sale or Lease. ΠΠΙΙΕ MILL KNOWN AS THE "METAL· lurglcal Works," Dnyton, will bo Κ·η*«·ιΙ or Bold on rcRnonnblc term*. SI*o of Mill, fifteen HUmp*. with Hepburn ρηηκ. Apply at the Agency of the Bank of Callfornlu Vlrgiiia. ne!» τη LIVERY STABLE, Livery Stable. ο LIGHT & HAVILAND, No. 62 South C afreet, Vlr«lnln, (Two doom north of Well*, Fargo Si Co.,| FFER TO THE PUBLIC OK STOREY county α due utock of excellent IIORNEM, CAKKIAfiKN, and M AD DM? ANIMAI.*. For u*e Ht the loweat rate·, beaide» STABLING·, FEED AND BOARD For Stock of nil kind». MR IIAVILAND, having purcba*e<l the Inter ret of John Allnian In the eMabliahinent, together with MR LIGHT, will endenvor to make thin •table the Unit In the State. WCall and nee u». C. II. LIOHT, _ι«·Μ m P. Β. HAVILAND. FINCH'S SALOON, Oppoalte Butarh'a U'won IMnklnc Shop. GOLD HIM.. THE PROPRIETOR HAS RE-PITTED and re-furnlihed thin old and well-known RBFREKH.VKNT NALOON, And laid In a new «lock of the very heat— Wiara, Brandie·, nnd Other liiquora, Equal to any In Gold IIIll. Alto—CIGARS, of the bent quality. CONFECTIONERY, all kind·. 8MOKIXO AND CHEWING TOBACCO. LAGER BEER, of the beat quality In thi· State, from the Six-mile Canon Brewery, nt One Dollar perOnlloa. TIIOS. E. FINCH. Gold Hill, Oct. 16, 1M». oclti tf CALL AT MoCLUSKEyS, Next Door lo thr Court Houae, VIRGINIA, Ν Ε V., And get a nquare drink of the flneat of WINES BRANDIES, or OTHER I.IQUOIIS} And TOu will alwaya tlnd me at home.* aei tf MIKE MCCLU8KEY. Notice to Cont ructorw He ΜΙπργν. Buckeye mining company, silver City. State of Nevada, October 18.1C6S.— The above company have a Shaft to «Ink, for which tender* are inked, the contract to be for one hundred feet, more or eaa. Tendera will be received until SATURDAY. October 29th, 1863, The company do not bind tbemaelvea to take the loweat tender, or any one. None but experienced miner· need apply. For farther particular·, ap ply on the mine to W. BURGOYNE, ocll lOt Superintendent. 1ÎI3CELLA.NE0U8 ADVERTISEMENTS. REMOVAL. ·. ·■■: VIBGHNIA Emporium of Fashion 2 J. BARMERT & CO., Proprietor· of th· SAIT FRANCISCO CLOTHING STORK! No. 44 Soilh C street, VIRGINIA, (Next door to GUUg.Mott 4Co.'»,] Importers and Manufacturers —or— Fall and Winter Styloid —or KLKOANT— C ustom - Made Clothing, —AH D— GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS! Of All Description·. HATS, HATS, FUR CAPS, SHOES, SHOES, BENKKRT'.S boots, KIO <J LOVES, and _ PERFUMERIES. Oil at the San Francisco Clothing Store and examine the Blankets, Trunk», Vallées, Carpet-Da**, Rldlnc Gloves, Heavy Buckskin Gloves, Etc. J BABNEBT Λ CO., Importers and Manufacturer· of FINE CUSTOM ·_MA0E CLOTHING I |y Clothing made to order and guaranteed to fit. Boy'· Clothing made to order. Now Ooodi received by every iteamer, direct from New York. Call and i»e n«. oc20 tf J. BARNERT & CO. 1.\ΙΟΛ MARKET, Opposite the ''Goldea Esp * Hotel, GOIiD 1IIM.. ΤΗ EU NDERSIGNED •till b« found et the old •tand. whom be I· prepared to •upply hl> cu»tomer· with the âue>t quality of— flWSMV BEEF, VEAL, PORK, MUTTON. ETC., At Ifcti I.*wnl Rate·! Hotel» and Kamllle* will receive particular atten tion. J. L. SWANKY. Quiil Hill. Oct. 19, l«U. ociy tf NOTICE. Prices to Suit the Times ! Ί^ΗΚ UNDERSIGNED, PROPRIETORS OP the PIONEER RODA WORK*. And believing in the motto of " Live and Let Live, and having NO OPPOSITION to contend with, will, from and after thl· date, furnlih SODA to their cuitomeni At 73 ceau per Dosrn ! EARTHQUAKES Hnppen, and we happen to have, at our NEW STORE, No. 16 North C «treet, Virginia, a duo •election of WINES, BRANDIES WHISKIES and IMPORTED LIQUORS, For Sale at Wholesale ! tyThe Trade In Nevuda will bo Muppllori ut n> fiOW Tern· na the I<ewril : CAMEY, KELLY & CO.* ocl7 m No. 16, North C iitrnM. SAMUEL A. SIVOIT, No. 19 B at., arzt iloor to Collin* Hoiiar, VIRGINIA, HOUSE, siai^, —A SO— Ornamental Painting • _____ HOUSE LINING and PAPER HANGING Done with neatnem and dl»patch. ocSO tf Notice to the Public. BEINO ABOUT TO LEAVE VIRGINIA, I take thl» opporty to tender my moit alncere thank· to tny friend* and the public generally, for the generou· and liberal patronage tbey ·ο long beitowed upon me, and take pleaaure In earnestly recommending my »uccen»or·, Me««m. NYE & CO., η» every way worthy of the con tinued patronage of all my former cnatnmer· and friend·. ADOLPHE HIR8CHMAN. Virginia, Oct. 3, IP6S. oe3 tf r. Ν YE. 1 (J. ROTHÏNIUICHÏR. IV Υ Ε & CO., No. 36 SOUTH C ST., VIRGINIA, [Next Door to Gllllc, Mott & Co.,) 1.71 PORTERA AND DEALER* IN Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silver & tSIlver-Plntedi W A. RE, . WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM their friend· and tho public generally that they hare rn-opened " Hlmchmnn * " old well known «(and. where they will keep conatantly on hand the bent iind moat complete aaaortment of the flneat flold and Mirer Walthr·, Jewelry. Diamond·, Mllrcr aid Rllrer-Plated War·, Optlrlaaa' flMdi. «•Id Pea·, Cl«cka of erery Dracrlptl··, Β le., etc. NVB * CO.. Kelt door to Ollllf, Mott Jt Co. We hare now Superior Facilities for Manu facturing OOI-.L» & SILVER WARB, Diaaaad leltlai·, Ktc. fy The former patronage of the old eatabliah ment I· respectfully eoUcted. oc3tf WW ft CO. 91. FRIEDMAX, No. US South Β aireet, Virginia, (Next Door to Barry'·,) Has just received, by the last Steamer, and It conatautly receiving, the Fiant Braada ef Haraaa Clear·, Which ha I· prepared to (ell at tha very loweat rate*. Alao, retail* aa aplendld Bit Cigari aa can be offered In thia market, or by tka box at the cheapest ratea. fy Come ona, come all, try, and judge for youraelre·. ocS m la itomt, rIESDAY EVENING, ON C STREET. Virginia, a DIAMOND SHIRT-STUD, aet In Jet. The finder will be aultably rewarded by returning the a am* to the aubacribor, oppoalte Well·, Fargo & Co.'a ofllce. oali w BARRY ROSENBR 8. HAA8 & CO.'B ΑΡΤΕΚΤΙ8ΚΜΕΚΤ. ATTENTION, ALL!! 9 * • « «15.000 !» « * ' WORTH Belac added to Oar Previous Large Stock S. HAAS & CO., DlilN KTBEET, GOLD HILL, Oppwilt the Put OlMi * Are now prepared to offer Greater Inducements THAN ETEK. To their Numerous Friends AND THE PUBLIC. Our Stools. —OF— Fine Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Furnishing f»oods, HATS —AND— CAPS, * BLA-NKETS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, ETC., ETC·, RTC'., —IRE OF THF— Choicest Kind and Quality, —AND— WILL BE SOLD rr at prices λχ To Suit the Times ! S. HAAS & CO., G- Old Hill, —!W»IT*— AN ΚΧΛ.ΜΙ NATION —or mm— PRESENT IMMENSE STOCK. s. HAAS & CO., Gold HilL ·. ·ΛΛ· * CO., VlrglBla. ·. HAAS * CO., IftTuU) Cel. ·. BAAI * CO., I·· fnuii·»·. o«M la DRY QOOD8 ΑΡ7ΕΒΤΙ8ΏΓΕΚΤ8. flew Arrival, Hew Arrival ! 0"τκτ; "C · _ ■ FALL AND WINTER Fashionable Dry Goods, At the Store of VL BROnBEBARR, IV·. 4 Nwit Β afreet, INTERNATIOLAL HOTEL BUILDING. JJY STOCK CON8I8T8 OF Plaln and Fancy DRY GOOD'S! Of Erra eh, English and American Manu facture, and In part eoniliti of Plain and Fkatr Sitka» .Merlnea, Popllaa, Plaida, DeLalnea, Bombazlnea, Ottoman·, Clolha, Poniard DeLalnea, LI aan Diaper, Qallta, Table Linen, Lace Cnrtalna, 4,4, β, H, 10'« Sheerlnc, DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, of all klnda, Cfclldrea'a Cloaka, Fare, Ktr. t7LADIEN,^J * Please call and examine my well ■elected itock, which I will tell LOWER than any other Houne In the City. aclS m3p M. BROMBEROER. DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! LARGE ARRIVAL FALL AND WINTER t F4SHIOV4BLE % Dry Goods ! AT ROSEIVBR'S η α η μ ο τ π Dry Goods Establishment, IV·. TO H«alh Ο ΙΙΓΜΙ, ▼ ΙΒΟΙΝΙΛ, Opposite Well·, Parce & Co*· Oflce. QUR STOCK CONSISTS OF mii, IIMI»*, Γ£04Κ«, MfêCtte, ΒΜΒΚΟΙΒΒΒΙΒβ, WOOL Ε.Y mm* or Baa GOODS, Glovrn nn(l Honlery, BI.KGAIVT FlIBN, And, in fact, •▼prythlog pertaining le « flr«t· •lui Dry Good· EatablUhmrot. ΒΓ IiADIBII, 0|τ· αι a fall before our utrwk la exbaaited, and remember, (hat w· OUIRlNTIt ENTIRE «ΑΤΜΠΓΤΙΟΝ I* ALL C1IU. Don't forget that wt mil Ooodn at the LOWEST PRICKS, and that at β. koRKNER at co.m, κ·. ro Aeatk Ο iliNt, VIrglaia. I· th· place for oood IAR011N31 ec7 tw ·. BOUBNEB Sc CO. INTERNATIONAL CIGAR STORE, N·, lPirtk C at-, Vlrtfnla, and GOLD HILL EXCHANGE ClflAB STORK, At Leek· 6c ChmM'i Halm, Gold Hill. S. PACK8HER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer —IN— Htraaaaai DmuuIc Clear·! CtbaiM CUarltoel Farias· kind· of Tofcaceoo I CUrias Card·) Peeket Halve· ; Freaek .Match and Tobacco Β·*·· I Tko Flint Kind ·Γ Hickory Cane·, Etc. FINB HAVANA CIGARS, ■··· H Rcr box J nit recti Tad, th· finMt and blfgett atock of MEERSCHAUM PIPES, Which makM me able to Mil them 93 per ct. Cheaper than any other Store In the State. |y Partie· Millar *β*1η will find It profitable to eon· and eee my Mock of CI0AR4 ANT) TO· BACCOfl befor· parch a«lnf elaewhere. ·. PAGKKHKB, Fie. 1 North C street, — Vlril·!*, —a*D— Leak· df tkma^ HaJeea, Geld HUL DRY OOPD8 AKD CLOTHING. POPULAR TRADE. Let it be cleably understood. without doubt, that J. BAUM & BRO., the popaUr clotblfri of Oold BID, are «elllng oat tbelr large Aid ensuive Mock 1b trade AT SAN FBANCMCO PRICES! » Merchant· throughout the country are InTited to (Ire tbem a call If they want to get cheap and fine good·, of the lateat «ty lei. Single iuii« will ba told to private cuitomer· for THIRTY DAYS ONLY I All you Gent· who want to replenish yonr wardrobe at a low figure, don't lote thli oppor tunity. J. Β ΛΙΠΠ & BRO., Nest deer t· Oold Hill IVewa Oflce. Blue Blanketa $3 00 Beat California 10-lb. Blanket· 8 00 Bearer Doable Overcoata, good «aal Itr 13 00 Very Heary Halt Neck Confortera... 1 SO '200 pre Fine French Calf Boom 3 00 Oar Beat Nailed Boo ta, per pair S 00 Beat Caaalnere Paata In the State...» 30 Good Linen Dilatera and Conta 1 73 Hone-Knitted Hocka, per dox 4 30 Extra Haperflne Top-Hole Boot· 0 00 fthaker Shirt* and Drawer») flrat quality 'J '23 Nailed Boota 4 00 Bnalneao Coata, 4 00 Boya' Hata, 1 A3 Broiut Hhoea 1 123 Velvet Veata 3 00 Faaey Flannel Oremhlrta, ·2 00 California Flannel Overahirta, 'i *23 Urer Overahlrta : 1 73 Underahlrta aad Drawer». are y and white 1 '23 Hat·, all colon ι '2 00 Cotton Half.Hoao, per dozen '2 00 WorldacPaata, '2 30 Fine Caaalmere Panta 3 30 Blae Pilot Hhlrta '2 30 Heavy Overcoata..r 1*2 00 Hnpelror Baalneaa Huit· '20 30 Superior Baalneaa Suite, light color.'20 00 Cloth Cap·, aaa'd colora 1 '23 tient'a Cavalry Boota β 30 Woolen lloae( per dozen '2 SO French Calico Mhlrta 1 *23 Wi» bave ni no η fall Aiumrtment of Buck Gloves and Hats, \ DAVI* & JOIVEN' ι FINE WHITE SHIRTS, FINE BRAVER OVERCOATS, VERY FINE BLACK FROCK 00AT8, Black Doeskin Pante, Velvot VewtM, Trunk*, VnlinCN, Etc.. And everything appertaining to THE CLOTHING LINK, Which mnat be cloied ont pj^Olve u· ft cell before purchasing else where, nod you may be rare you will t?" Save Money. JO J. HAITI & BRO^ Next Doer, to the Gold Illll New· Ofloe, ocH tf i\eu Goods! New Goods! Jml Κ reel red at n. fraxkeiUheiher's y Next Door to W., P. Λ· Co'· KxpreuOOre, OOI.D HIM-, A LARGE AND WEI,!, SELECTED STOCK of FALL A HID WINTER Dry Gk>ods! Conxlitlng a O»oi>rtl Aatoriment of 9 Dry <»ood«, Cloak·, Fur·, l<Ulrt',niMM'u4 CklUiwt Etc., Etc., which will be told u » CHEAP FOR CASH I L A· can beobuiord In Ihll 3lit* M. FRAMiENHBIMER. Gold Hill. Sept. 30.1683. w30tf D. J. OULLAIUN. R. D. HTM.. D. J. ΦΙΙΜΑΗΛ» Ac CO., Forwarding and Commie'nMerch'ts, COLFAX, SHINGLE SPRINGS and HACRASIKNTO. Mark your good· distinctly, " Car« D. J. O." oclP tf QUICKSILVER ! -yyF. WILL SELL AT TO CENT* PER POUND, A (pinfT Bank of California. ocSlmU VIRGINIA AND GOLD HILL.