THE EVENING NEWS, ι
Published every evening (Sunday excepted).
At If tit y C e η t a Per We*k.
PUBLICATION OFFICK-Coraer of Main
and Crown Point «ireei».
PHILIP LVXCft EDITOR.
GOLD HILL, NEVADA:
Thamdar Kvrnlnu, October Jti. iS4U.
For Member of Congress,
3D. FL. ASHLEY,
ΟΓ Lander County.
For State Senator,
(tu 1111 vacancy)
V. A. TR1TLE.
Kor Member· of Avie«bly,
K. INGHAM. J. VANDEWATEK.
U.C. M'DOKJALU A. H. ELLIOTT,
J. W. WOODRUFF, W.n. M. CTPTEK.
T1IOS. LANK, JOSEPH F. HALL,
E. F. GLOVER, DCNOIS WOOD,
JOHN C. JAMES, <>· H. GRAY,
Sup't Public School·. -Κ. M. DAGGETT.
For County Commlnlonrrm
RICH'D KERNAN, Ε I. BUCKINGHAM
G. W. AYLESWORTH.
Precinct Ν onxinntion-s :
flrnt ami Second Ward»—Vlnrlnta.
For Juallcc ofthc Pence P. MURRAY
For Conatable W. E. IIICKEY
Third and Kuurth Ward»—VlntlnU.
For Juatlce of the Pence D. O. ADKISON
For Constable Al'Gl'STl'Sl ASH
For Jaatlce of the Peace \V. N. HALL
For Countable WM. H. BEEGAN
UNION MEETING AT SILVER CITY
There will be a Union mass meeting at
Silver City this evening, at which Hon.
D. R. Ashley and other speakers will be
present to deliver addresses. Turn out
and hear good Union sentiments expres
sed. Bring out your neighbors. Invite
the fallen angels to come forth and listen
to the truths that will be uttered, for there
is perhaps some hopes of their redemption.
Don't forget : at Silver City this evening,
at seven o'clock.
ηηητι FOR ALABAMA.
The Alabama Reconstruction Conven
tion has passed an ordinance declaring all
acts of the State while in rebellon for the
purpose of contracting debts and obliga
tions for money in aid of the rebellion,
unconstitutional, null and void ; that no
such debt or any part of it is binding on
the State or the people of the State, and
that the Legislature of the State shall
pass no act nor make any provision here
after fur the payment of any such debt or
part thereof. In short, the Convention
repudiates all debts and obligations of the
kind, and forbids the Legislature ever to
recognize or pay any of them or pass any
law for their payment.
This is right. For a time it seemed
likely that the Convention would recog
nize the djCbt and declare in favor of its
payment. But there was intelligence and
good sense enough in the Convention, it
seems, to foresee that the General Govern
ment would never allow the loyal people
of the State to be taxed to pay a debt con
tracted by the State while in a state of
rebellion and for the purpose of aiding
that rebellion. Such a thing is utterly
impossible, and we are glad the people of
the South are beginning to see it in that
light. Everything in the shape of a rebel
debt, whether Confederate or State, must
not only be ignored by the Federal Gov
ernment, but must be repudiated by the
people and States of the South also. This
is a part of the penalty for treason and
rebellion, and will have a very loyal effect
upon the rising and future generations of
the Southern States.
The Flops.— The Copperhead organ
denominates the few floating individuals
who have flopped with or before itself·
from Unionism to Democracy, as "Sheep."
Probably or perhaps on account of the
prevailing force of the ιcool question in the
Copperhead party. Whether or no these
no-account shifters are really entitled to
be called " Sheep," even, we will not de
bate ; well we know, however, they'll be
devilish sheepish after the election is over.
That's when the bleating will come in.
Then, in the ears of their consciences—if
they have any organ corresponding to this
metaphor's description, they will hear a
ringing "mock," as from every lad in the
country : " Hah ! Bah .' black sheep !
have you any wool ?" And they will be
forced to confess—as they scratch their
empty pockets, and ask in vain for a piece
from the fat Copperheads—·· iu>t a icool !"
A Correspondent'!» Talk.—The Hum
boldt Remitter has « long and well written
letter from a special Carson correspondent,
reporting, and commenting on, the Union
State Convention proceedings. We do
not think the correspondent altogether
fair or correct in some of his statements—
probably he was misinformed, or a little
prejudiced in some particulars. We are
astonished that any one should be aston
ished—as is the Register's correspondent—
at Safford's not receiving the nomination.
S afford was not a candidate before the
Convention. However, the correspondent
blames Clagett's friends for not going over
to Safford ; end is very much amazed at
the former'» defeat, when he started with
— -■■■ |»> · -
Cool.—It appeareth by Mayor Jones'
s'atement that the Gould & Curry, Savage
and Chollar & Potosi Companies are ap
propriating Ε street. Virginia, without ho
much as asking leave of the city. If
stocks only showed a par standing as com
pared with the impudence of the Directors
of said companies, where would they
(the stocks) not be? But the weather is
growing cool, altogether ; and in view of
the fact that there is no law declaring
open til public highways, we suppose the
case of blockade is, at least, one of ac
knowledged beligerent rights.
This Gold Hill Xews, one of the racicst
papers on the coast—they call it coast—
has commenced its fifth volume. looking
healthy and valiant «» ever , and, as we
are informed, its. venerable chief the very
impersonation of msnly beauty and good
nature. The Xews has no more sincere
well-wisher than the subscriber.—Hum
Brother Forbes can draw on us for a
new beaver hat, in anticipation of any
"event" in his family.
Contrast.—What a spectacle Missis
sippi would present- a State that under
Jeff. Davis" leadership repudiated an
honest series of debts—now assuming,
with maudlin pretense of morality, a share
of the sccesh-engaged indebtedness! But
this will not be tolerated.
This is the chief brag-word of the Cop
perheads round about here, to-day. Treat
one of 'era—and, as Ashley says, they'll
all affiliate on that personal appeal—and
you will or may be rewarded by a whis
per shrilled into your ear : " Lots of your
fellows flopping to our side." Now we
have taken some pains to ascertain the
amount of "flop" that was actually going
on ; and we are of the opinion that the
Flop· Tod had the best of reasons for de
clining to catalogue its new party acces
sions — although it declared they were
many in number. It's all bosh. The
" flop " is confined to a few bummers,
whom the Union party have probably
supported long enough, and certain dis
appointed aspirants for minor offices in
the gift of our organization, this Fall.
And of these latter—claimed as "flops"—
it ought in justice to be said that they do
not all intend to vote the " Democratic "
ticket : they say, merely, that they won't
vote our's. A majority of those, even,
will feel better by and by, and will be
square, out and out supporters of the
ticket at the polls. But, counting all that
are claimed, so far as we can learn—and
we have diligently improved first rate ad
vantages in this line—the sum total of
defection from our ranks amounts to thir
Another side to the case has been de
veloped and defined by our investigation
as to Flops. Nothing less than the ascer
tainment of conversion* from Democracy
to Unionism of over fifty souls. Come,
now : bring out the names of your Flop
pers to CopperheadUra, and we \yill cover
your list three to one with the names of
the politically redeemed and regenerated—
names of those who have come up from
the sinks of Democracy to stand upon the
glorious platform οΓ the Union party.
Moreover : η little quiet inquiry into the
foundation for such brag gabble as this
which we have exploded, teaches us other
facts. In their sanctums the Copperheads
only feel confident of the second ward in
Virginia, and we shortly ditcovered eleven
men on their tally who would as soon vote
for the Old Harry as for the young one.
Their host is very badly calculated.
At the same time, dearly beloved, relax
not an effort. With your cousin and your
if they be inclined to the ways of Copper
hendism. The argument and the basis for
patriotic appeal is with us. Let us show
these Jeff. Davis sympathizers, this Fall,
not a majority of three 0/four hundred in
Storey county, but let us close on a rous
ing thousand suffrage-superiority. We
can do it—should do it. If every man
will do his duty, as is expected, the 7th of
November will witness the "Democracy"
of this couqty and of this State cleaned
out entire—bilk, bummer, and Bombastes
Furioso. Now, then : short canvas, sharp
work, sure victory.
Tub Concert Last Nioht.—Madame
Anna Bishop and Mr. Charles Lascelles
gave one of their Grand Concerts at the
Gold Hill Theater, last night, which was
attended by a large and fashionable audi
ence. It was, without exception, the
finest musical entertainment ever given in
this town, and gave unbounded satisfac
tion to those who attended it. There will
be another concert this evening, with an
entire change of programme, and, in ad
dition to the almost entire audience who
attended last night, there will be present
many others of 'our citizens who failed to
avail themselves of the opportunity at the
first concert. Let there be a crowded
house to-night. It is very seldom our
people have an opportunity of listening to
such delicious vocal and instrumental
Braogbd ok and Burst.—The New
York l'ait spoils an item from the New
York Setcs (copied in the Union this morn
ing), which stated that Thos. B. Florence
a ·· Peace Democrat," had been appointed
a Government publisher by President
Johnson,—by informing the Netct in par
ticular and the public in general, that the
President at once revoked the appointment
on having the .Ynfj puff brought to his
attention. Oh ! President Johnson's flop
ped ! Oh, yes, of course ! Here's a
specimen. Xota ttene.
V/atekfali..—Our local Theater has an
j advantage (r) for concert performance
I which no other theater in this State has,
and we suspect that the enterprising pro
prietars introduced this novel feature on
mimnun fnr M Anna Bishon's con
certs. While the audience is drinking in
the delicious melody of the music, a rip
pling, laughing caract of water lends its
enchanting sounds to the ear. The idea,
we suspect, was introduced because »cater·
falls are becoming so fashionable.
Have Arrived.—W. H. Burrall, cor
ner Union and C streets, Virginia, this
morning received, ahead of all competi
tion, another cargo of the latest pictorials,
magazines and newspapers from the East;
Harper's Magazine, Godey's, novelettes,
and most beautifully illustrated pictorials.
He recives more news matter than any
other dealer in the State, and, of course,
sells more. He sells his papers at a bit,
and his magazines at from two to three
Matrimonial.—Martin Reese, of Silver
City, sent us a whole basket of wine this
morning in honor of the following ,levent"
which happened to one of our oldest and
longest citizens. Of course we did the
·« Marrikp.—In San Francisco, Octo
ber 25th, by the Rev. Mr. Cox, E. C.
Morse, Esq., of Gold Hill, to Mia* Sarah
0. Jenkins, of Oakland, Cal."
Fro* Sax Qce.ntix.—The Copperhead
I'nion acknowledges receipt of beverage
" favors " from on·' H. \V. Gillespie, a
good ·· Democrat," whom it commends to
the patronage of the members of the
party. As said Gillespie is an ex-State
Prison convict, the entire propriety of his
extended favors and his political affilia
tions are readily perceived.
Echo.—The Carson Appeal desires to
know where the State Central Committee
is ? What has become of the Committee
on ·· Address to Union Voters of the
State ? " etc. 1
May Kb So.—The Flop-Tod boasts that
it has " private sources of information to
which we have exclusive access." No i
doubt they think so ; but may be Mrs. 1
Davis playa them ! I
3 VERLAND TELEGRAPH,
DATED TO OCTOBER 34.
[From the Virginia Union of thi» tnornnfr.]
President'» View· on Recoailrucli··.
New Youk, Oct. 23.—The substance of
he President's remarks on the subject of re
instruction of the Southern States, during
ate interviews with him, has been given with
he President's approval, by Major General
3. L. Storms, of Massachusetts. In reply
ο the remark that the Democrats claim that
le had gone over to them, he intimated that
he Democracy had discovered that he was in
idvance of it, and it was now trying to come
ιρ to his standard. lie hoped it would suc
ked in doing so. He reiterated bis doctrine
hat, notwithstanding the so-called secession
>f the Southern States, they were never out
>f the Union, but that, by their rebellious
:ourse, they had forfeited civil government ;
;o reconstruct the machinery of which, as
ioon as practicable, was the chief duty of
;ime. This, he says, can not be done in a
nomcnt, but such happy progress is being
nade in it that the results sometimes seem
:o him like a dream. Ho did not expect to
leprive them forever of their former civil
rights, even a maiority of those excluded in
;he amnesty proclamation, but intended they
ihould ask for pardon, and thus realize the
;normity of their crime. He is in favor of
illowing negroes who served in the army, and
:hose who can read and write, and those pos
sessed of certain other qualifications, to vote,
)ut he does not think it is policy, or that he
sas a right, to force those conditions on the
whites of the South, though he believes they
trill before long concede this privilege to
freedmen. The President also favors basing
representation in Congress on the number of
qualified voters instead of on population as
Fenian·»··! CauM'i Consternation in
The Herald's Toronto correspondent says :
The members of the Provincial Government
in Canada arc in a state of great agitation in
regard to the Fenian movement. The Fenian
order has oeen known to exist for years, but
has occasioned but little crncern until the
ocsurrence of recent events. Great activity
is reported to prevail in military affairs—
changes in the disposition of troons being
made. Garrisons have been strengthened in
regions where the Irish predominate. Inves
tigations regarding the loyalty of soldiers
have been instituted, and arms distributed
among the citizens known to be opposed to
the Fenians. The custom authorities arc
nervous over recent large importation of war
munitions, which it is believed will find their
way into the hands of the Fenians. It is ru
mored that the present movements in Ireland
arc merely a ruse and feint to cover the grand
design, which is when England has thrown
her troops into that country, an armed force
of the order on this side of the Atlantic shall
seize Canada, declare it an independent
Λ - *— a» » ·..· /»!.„
Indinn Drprrdnlion· on Ihr Plain·!
Fort Laramie, October 24.—On the night
of the 22d, Indians appeared on the Overland
route, near Cottonwood Springs, and drove
the mail coach into the post at that place.
The same day thejr attacked a portion of the
garrison at Alkali, and drove them into that
post. On the 23d they attacked and burned
two trains near the latter place, killing three
men. At the same time they destroyed seve
ral hundred feet of telegraph wire. Shortly
afterwards Colonel Fleming, with a detach
ment of the Sixth West Virginia Cavalry,
attacked them, losing two men. Indian loss
not reported. General Whcaton is taking
vigorous means to punish the savages. Tho
line is already repaired, the Indians having
been driven off the road, which will be kept
open and the line of telegraph up. Eight
Indians thus far have been reported killed.
Full reports from all points of the district
have not yet been received. Eight Indiana
were killed near Valley Station, about 100
miles west of Alkali. The returning I'owder
Hiver Expedition is near Fort Sedgwick, and
the Indians attacked them on the road from
100 to 150 miles on each side of the returning
The Indian Trcnlir* n I'nilurr!
New York, October 22.—The Herald's
Washington special dispatch says α letter
received at the Indian liureau to-day, from
Fort Sully, October 6th, states that the Com
missioner· dispatched to treat with the In
dians in that section have arrived, but only η
few Indians were there ; 800 lodges were as
sembled 120 miles above, who were deterred
from treating with the delegates at the Fort
from apprehensions that they were onlv to
be brought together to be entrapped. The
letter states that it is evident that the delega
tion arrived two weeks too late to achieve a
successful conference with the tribes, as the
butTalo season had commenced, and great
hunts would soon be inaugurated. The com
missioners intend to start for home on the
Ax Old Prophecy op Fenian· Suc
cess.—At α Fenian meeting in San Jose,
on the night of October 7th, α paper was
read by the Rev. Father Curly, says the
Patriot, which assumed to be# prophecy
of Saint Malachy, Archbishop of Armagh,
Ireland, in the twelfth century. It woe
found by the celebrated Mabillon, in the
Abbey of Einsidilin in the seventeenth
century, and was sent by him, with an
able letter, vouching for its authenticity,
to most Kev. Oliver Plunkett, who was
hanged, embowelled and quartered in Lon
don for his sympathy with his native
country, and is accounted for up to the
present day. It consists mainly of three
parts : The historic evidences, the proph
ecy itself, and finally, the disclosures of
history which arc set forth in general as
the counterpart of revelation—the expres
sion by facte of what had been foreshown
to the Saints. The historic part is vindi
cated as already set forth, but no authority
is claimed for the manuscript beyond what
is due to it on its own merits, as »>well
authenticated ancicnt relic. The prophecy
declares that English rule was to cease
forever at tho end of 700 years from the
first invasion of Ireland, and it is known
that the English invasion of Ireland took
place in 1169 under Strongbow, Earl of
Chepstow and Pembroke ; and supposing
me document uuenenue, it is cmcuiuieu
the 700 years will expire in 1869. Yet it
is set forth that if the matter of old Erin's
regeneration commence at or before that
time, the old prophecy would be fulfilled,
though eomc time elapse before it· com
Veoktable Mr lb.—Jim Small, who is
the biggest man in Douglas county, in this
State, and lives at Friday's Station, this
morning sent us, by the Fast Freight Line,
a genuine vegetable mule ! True as preach
ing. He has an aero of them. It (the
mule) consists of a miscegenated turnip
doubtless in memory of the way the thing
is done down South. It consists of a
vegetable crossing, betweon a turnip and
a cabbagc ; one-half being turnip and the
other half cabbage. It is of extraordinary
size, being thirty-six inches in circum
ference, twelve inches in diameter, seven
and a half inches high, and weighs four
teen pounds. It is on exhibition at Leek
& Clawson's Exchange, Gold Hill, and is
attracting much attention, as a vegetable
production, as well as its truly odd ap
pearance— being the very picture of ·
played-out Copperhead politician. It
would make a bully dinner for half a
dozen bummers of that party—for which
purpose Mr. Small sent it over.
District Cocrt.—Before Judge Burbank
—F. W. Karl vs. J. D. Lynch et al.—Judg
ment for plaintiff. John Kcliey vs. Wm.
Smith ct ale.—Judgment for restitution and
Jamages, assessed at $50.
Before Judge Kising—Paxton & Thorn
jurgh vs. Bacon Mill and Mining Co.—Λ
urv waived and the case to be tried by Court.
Before Judge Mesick—Chollar vs. Potosi
Company—judgment, by consent, forplantiff.
Wood vs. Chollar Company—case continued.
House vs. State—jury being empanneled.
Kbcorukh's Court, Viboiku. — The
ollowing business was transacted this
norning before Recorder Meagher : Dr. C.
i. Voigt, arrested by officer lligbee for
ighting, was, upon a hearing, discharged
jy the Court.
Α Ηΐ'οκ Move.—'The Union, this morn
ng, informs us and the rest of mankind,
hat " Maguire's Opera House " has " left
hi· «ity for a short tour to Washo·."
•AN fbAncisco DtSfÀTCa.
SPECIAL DUPArta TO TBS OOLD HI1X BA1LT !»*»'«,]
Sax Frakcisco, Oct. 26—2 τ. sc.
Parcs··· Black Transaction·.
[mpcnal 185 00
[iould & Curry 1,015 00
Potosi 370 00
Yellow Jacket 810 00
Dpbir 385 00
Overman 103 00
Sierra Nevada. 12 00
Daney 20 00
Exchequer 15 00
Chollar 380 00
Bale & Norcross 340 00
Savage 820 00
Empire ; 160 00
Belcher 440 00
Crown Point 790 00
Justis 6 00
Alpha 1,050 00
The Excelsior Districts are attracting at
tention at the East. Professor Silliolan
lately wrote to Mr. l.uckhart, Superintend
ent of the Justis mine, in reference to them,
unci the latter gentleman is every day expect
ing telegraphic orders from the Professor
and a number of Eastern capitalists to go
out there and make purchases.
To THE Euitoil or THE E.NTEHPRI3E .—I Wish
to explain tuiii correct a report which appeared In
your paper of this morning's Issue, in regard to
the alleged poisoning of the ilex lean woman Ter
esa Porjus. The circumstances of the cane are an
follow»: About half-past eight o'clock on Sun
day rooming η Mexican came to me, at the drug
«tore, and asked me for two hit·' worth of qui
nine. I took down the quinine bottle In the pre
scription rase, which wan properly marked "Sul
phate of Qulnlue," and weighed in the prescrip
tion scales 10 grains of " Mnlphate of Quinine."
I marked It properly on the paper, "Quinine."
The Mexican then left, and In about two hours
afterwards Dr. Volgt came in with a paper hav
ing in it a powder, and asked me to weigh it,
which 1 did. He also asked mo If I did not make
a mistake, us the woman was very sick. I re
plied theu. as I do most positively now. that I
made 110 mistake—and in prooi of It, the very
samebotilo, properly marked "Sulphateof Qui
nine," was then lying on the pill-tile, where I had
taken It from the prescription shelf at the time of
weighing it to the Mexican, and wni still remain
ing there at the time that he (Volgt; came to the
store to ask me about it. Respectfully,
W. S. FRANK.
Dispensing Chemist and Apothecary,
oc!K> North C street, near I'ninn.
DeLONQ—In Virginia, Oct. S6th, C. V. DeLong.
Infant son of C. E. and Ellda F. DeLong. aged
3 months and 7 days.
UNIOIV ' CLUB, I
Gold Uill, .Vrndn.
Every member is notified to be
on hand FRIDAY EVENING, at 7J o'clock,
at (tie Theatre. Bmlne·· pertaining to election
will lie traimucted, und α full attendaui-υ Ik de·
aired. JOHN II. WINTERS, l'ren't.
ON MAT UK DA Y KVKNIX»,
At name place, ut 8 P. M„ there will bo a
Grand Ratification Meeting j
With Addresses by
I>. R. ASHLEY,
And other Speaker*. ocliti
G RA IV D
A GRAND MASS MEETING
Union Men of Storey Co.,|
To Ratify tho Nomination» of the L'nlou
Convention, will be held on
SATURDAY EVENING,....October 'iHih,
At 7o'clock, In the Club ltootn, Gold Hill.
Tin» meeting will ho nddreeied hy the following
D. K. ASHLEY, W. II. CLAGETT,
( HAS. A. SUMNER, Β. V. WHITMAN,
E. INGHAM, A. It. ELLIOTT,
And other Prominent Speaker·.
By order of the Contra! Committee.
ocSS td JA8. I'HKLAN, Sec'y
ÏIRUGS ! tHETIICALS ! !
( X I
RICE & LIVERMORE.I
Coraer of C and Taylor Ntreet*,
NOW OFFER TO THE PUBMC|CTfIE |
flne»t stock of—
Τ· b« foond lm Nevada !
Which they will nil
At the LowoHt Prloo Σ
CHKMICALH for MILL.H.
In ttore. to mit Cuitomera.
tar AOENTS JEk
F'or nil of the Beit
Received directly from th· Manufaot«r*ri.
17* Pmcrlpllui carefully com.
ponndrd by ■■ experienced Che···
«TRE.MEMBRR THE PLACKl: JBt
Corner of C and Taylor atreeta, next door
to the Bank of California. [otSmlp
To the Besidents of Gold Hill.
ÏHF. UNDERSIQNED MOST RESPECT
fully tender· bin wrvlc»* for the purchaie
»nd «ale of Mining Stock. Η» hue the moil com
plot» facilities for buying and selling to the lirnt
Will advance money on Mining Stock· at rate·
current In 8an Krnn'eUco, and In eelllng «tock·,
vlll. when de«lred, make return»Immediately, by
■ither check or draft.
My patrona may In all caae· rely Implicitly on
inving their baelne·· tranucted honorably and
Onflilentlally. a» Toucher» for which I refer, by
icnnletloii, to the following gentlemen: John
(1. Mille, P. D Hcdloy, J. D. Brooke, John Lam
lert, John B. Winter·, W.H. Blauvelt, Dr. C.W.
■"ox, A. K. Grim, Oeo. F. Jonen, J. H. Latham,
lohn A. Paxton.
Hoping to prove worthy of a fair ihare of
rour patronage. I remain.
Your obedient «rvant,
Main «Ireet, oppoilte Well·, Fargo &. Co.,
Oold Hill. Nevada.
P. 8.—Will aell Greenback», Treasury Note·.
u>d U. 8. Bond· at not mora than one-half per
ent above 8an Franciico rate· ; and will pay
ho hlgheit price for 0«ld HIU, Virginia, and
bounty indebted»·»». hM tf
_ MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
-φ GEORGE DEAli, -A
(Late of Silver City,) *·
Odd Fellow·· Hall, Gold Ilill,
Respectfully announces to the
people of Storey county, and the Stale at
large, that he ha> juit received from San Fran
clico κ complète «tock of
Which he will sell at the Lowcit Market Rate·.
FOB .Till,I. mSN-Hehiu In «lock,
Κ crone η ι·,
White Lead» Etc.
FOR THE IiADIEN-Λ Large aud Ele
gain Auortment of
Perfumery, Cosmetics, Fancy Goods,
Etc.. of Engllih, French and American monu
fnctnre ; Lubln's Extract», L. LeOrand'· Perfum
ery, Brn«he«, Comb·, Etc., nnd, In fact, every
article peculiar to a dr*t-cla>· Drug Store.
Gold 1IIII, Atignxt 19. 1863. aul9 tf
Emporium of Fashion I
J. B1KÛERT & CO.,
Proprietor· of the
No. 42 Soutli C alrcct,
(Next door to Ollllg, Molt AsCo.'»,]
Importer* and Iflnnnt'acturerft
Fall ami Winter· Style»
Custom4- Made Clothing,
FURBISHING CiOODS î|
ΟΓ All Descriptions.
Kin GLOVES. and
Call M the Sun Francisco Clothing Store and
llrnvy Burkskln Gloves, Etc.
J ΒΛΚΛΈΗΤ Jl· CO.,
Importers and Manufacturers of
FINE CUSTOM -JADE CLOTHING t
. rp* Clothing made to order nnd guarantied to I
fit. Boy'* Clothing modo to order.
Now Good* received by «very Mtcamcr, direct
from New York. Call ami nee un.
oeâOtf J. BAKNERT & CO.
H. C. KIRK & CO., I
mdi WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
a -A,D- Jf
No. 43 C street, 4 Door* South of Taylor, |
VIRGINIA, Ν ΕV.,
THE LARGEST AND FINEST 0RU8 STORE |
On the Pnelflc Conitt!
H. C. KIRK & CO.
Have the largest and best se- |
Irctwl «took of
PERFUMERY, ETC., |
In the Suite of Nevada.
Jum rpceivrd. η largo mock of
Porcelain Teeth, Cliry»tal nnd plain I
Ellen, Hum, «old Foil. Drill».
On hand, η Large Ai«orted Stock of Ltibln'a I
Extract», Cologne», Co«metlc» for the Face, Cold |
Croam, Soap», llalr Oil». French I'omitde», F.n
gllah and American Pomade».
In groat Variety—Cloth, Nnll, Ilalr, Tooth and
The largr»t and moat complete stock In the
Mate of TruMBi, Abdominal .Supporter·, etc.
Bathing. Surgeon»', Carrlng» and Coarie |
Sponge». For uiie bv
H. C. KIKK Si CO., UruggUt».
Lnbln'». Plnaod'» and Celle Brother·' French
Soap», Golden Palm, Glycerine. Olycerine and
Camphor, Poncine, Brown Wlnd»or, Shaving,
Caatlle map. and a hundred other varletle». For
Mille by il. υ. ΚΙΚΚ & CO.
■ <iquor« for Medicinal U«r!
Brandy, \Vhl*ky. Gin, 8herry, Port. Madeira,
and other wIom, all of the flnent and purent qual
ity. For «ale by H. C. KIRK Si CO.
C. M. CORNEI,I„
Graduate of the Philadelphia College of Phar
macy. C. M. CORNELL,
CbrmiHt and Pbarmaceutlit,
No. 43 C «reet, «otith of Tavlor,
oc21 litf (JoneiT 4ntory Brick.)
B. LEVISON & CO.,
Oppoilte Flood A: Ce»· Hank, ...Gold Hill,
Wholfnaln and Retail Denier* in
BOOKH Ac NTATIONKRY,
AO Ο Ο D ASSORTMENT OP MEER
nchatim Pipe· alway· on hand.
An entire New Stock of every kind of th·
above iood», Jnm received and offered to the pub
lic at the lowest cash PRicrs.
Oor itock of CIGARS, eaperially, la equal t
uiy to be found In the State.
OC16 if B. LEVISON St CO.
(pponltr llutarh'· Wneon linking Mbop.
THE PROPRIETOR HAS RE-FITTED and
re-furnlnhed thin old nnd well-known
And laid lu a new Mock of tbe very b«t— ι
Eqnal to any In Gold Hill.
AI»o—CIGARS. of the bent quality.
CONFECTIONERY, all kind».
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO.
LAGER BEER, of the bent quality In thll ]
Itate, from the Six mile Canon Brewery, at One t
TH08. B. FINCH. *
OoM Hill, Oat. IS. 16ÛJ. ο·1« 11
GOLD HILL THEATER
For TWO NIGHTS ONLY !
MADAM ANNA BISHOP, |
The World-Hinowned Cantatrice»
Ha· the honor of announcing
TWO GRAND CONCERTS |
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ErOS, j
October 33th and 38th.
MADAM BISHOP will b« aailited by the the I
distinguished Vocalist and Pianist,
MB. CHARLES LA8CELLES, |
Who ha» recently created »o great a «eo
lation In San FrancUeo,
Dre·· Circle and Parqnet $1 00
Renerved Seat» I 50
(3p"Soati can be ι «cured on Wednesday at 10
Change of programme each evening.
Doom open at 7 o'clock. Concert commence· I
at θ o'clock, or'20 td
Maguire's Opera House.
A. Few Bepresentations Only!
After a four month· tour or «lege throngh
OREGON, IDAHO, MONTANA 4: UTAH,
■i; And having escaped the clutch»· of
THE INDIAN Β AND MORMONS,
Blaisdel Brothers' Troupe
SWISS BELL RISERS |
" Still Live," and have arrived In Virginia,
and will give Entertainment· on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Evenings, Oct. 25,26 and 27,
CHILDRKN'H MATINEE j
The Troupe will also appear,
SATURDAY, AT MILVKR CITY,
HUN DAY, AT fiOLD II II.L.
py The entire Troupe of last year, with many
NEW MEMBERS, and many New .Tlualritl
Feature·. W. II. BLAISDEL,
VIRGINIA 1VIV8IC HALL.
Proprietor Mix Waltir
Muileul Director F. H. H. Oldlletd
Leader E. Zlmmrr
8t»K« Manager J.1). Mcfiovran
This Popular Place of Amusement
I· «illl tb» Favorite Keaort of all
('ems and te*
Who will appear Every Evening, lu conjunction
Large and Talented Company,
Producing, Ια rapid inccentluu, all the
Of the Day.
tF Come and See TJm. JEk
A GRAND BALL.
THE SHIELDS CIRCLE
The Fenian Brotherhood
OF NILVKR CITV
Ex tend a cordial Invitation to tbe Cltllen· of Sil
ver City and vicinity to attend η
TO BC QIVE5 IT
Hllver City» on %
FRIDAY EVENING, Ν·τ. 3, 1S61.
Committee of Arraagemeau.
Denli I.vary, John Riley,
Pierce O'Callagban, H F Hafford,
Patrick Arnold, William Norton.
Hon J I) Meagher, Captain Cahlll,
Hon Ρ Murray, John Doyle.
J Τ Goodman, Pat McCourt,
Pat Deory, Sam Τ Curti·.
J Β Winter·, Andrew Kerrigan,
J C Corey, l'blllp Lynch.
Cborle* Van Oorder, Jan O'Donnell,
Henry Donnelly, Mark Daley,
Hon. Judge Ilaydon, F Η Kennedy,
David Illedy, J Β Miller,
F H Cowlea, M J Henley.
M W Starling. George Shaw,
John Black, Walter Harrub.
J F Mead, J M Reene,
Wm Β Hlckok. Caipar Hnupt,
Joneph Toduian, David McGown.
Bernardui Cnrly, Stephen Fountain,
Joneph Munclon", Jame* Angel,
Rlely Armstrong, Β FLcot,
Vantlerverr, J M Kennedy.
John Grlcr, H M Steele,
John U Becker, Charlei Hall.
Edward Palmer, Charley Sherman.
Pierce O'Callagban, M L King,
Pk. Arnold, Wm Morton.
John Rlely, ; Fred H afford.
M J un», LrnYia jncuown,
J McCone, Wm M Luder*,
Ju Kyau, Beniardu· Curly.
THE .ΊΙΒΤΒΟΡΟΙ,ΙΤΑΚΤ BAND
Il engaged for th« occaxlon.
Tlckeu, 83 00—To b· had from either of
the foregoing Committee*. oel8 td
Ore Assays In Two Hours!
, AT CONRAD WIEGAND'R
Gold Hill Assay Office'
A LABORATORY HAVING BEEN FITTED
up fortbti ipecial department of the bu·!
leu, Independent of the Bullion E«tabll»hmebt
In order to avoid all chance» of error arlilng
'rom contact with bnlllon), and placed under the
?er»onal euperlntendence of W. T. RICKARD.
f. C. β., etc., the proprietor· are now In a position
ο furnlih correct return! from Gold and Silver
la Twe Bean tfm the Delivery ef
From β A. K. to β Γ. M.
fy Special attention given to the A May of
}re'« of Copper, Tin, Lead, Argentlferon· Galena
tnd other mineral·; aleo to Analytical Examina
Ion· for Petrolenm, Alkaline and 8allne Depot
t·. Mineral Water*, etc.. etc.
Analyse* of all description* performed with
iromptltnde at economical charge*. For Hit of
-'em, etc., apply at tbe office. oc19 tf
<io. US Sooth Β UrMt. Vlralniu.
(Next Door to Barry'·,)
HAS JU8T RECEIVED, BY THE LAST
Steamer, and I* eonitantly receiving, tbe
Placet Brand· ef Havana Cigar*,
Which he I* prepared to (ell at tbe very lowest
ate·. Al»o, retail* a* iplendid Bit Cigar* a* ran
in offered In tbl· market, or by tbe box at the
heapeet rate*. ■
(y Come one, come all, try, and Judgo for
ouraolve*. oc5 m II
F*r Jiiriee ef Ike Pcaw.
Editor Nrwi:— Plea*e announce W. C.
>A VOI. a* an Independent candidate for Jn·· ]
ce of the Pea*e of Gold Hill at the eniulng 1
lection. MANY VOTERS. .
0*11 SU1, Oei M, 1W. eeM te
A8SAYÏKS AN» BAKKER8* .VOTiCig
Pioneer Assay Office
— ok —
Mali Mrerti below Well·» Fnrgo A < u. ■
OfBce, next door to Denny ■
Uold HUI Nevada Terri torv.
ppUJC UNDKRIUONKU. J£tfTABLI8HKI> A.
L Aauycr eight yearn In California, and for over
two yean ID Neva-la, at Gold 1U1I, will attend to any
bnnlneiw entrusted to him wttli (iromptnetu and
(Hold, Silver und Ore* of Kvery l)e»erl|>
And returnaof Bullion made within »Uhour«ln liai·
or Coin, at tic option of the depositor».
For eorrectnc*» of hl« Aaaayii, he re rem to—
Menir». Trevor A Colgate New York
Mc»»ni. B. Behrend A Co... New York
Menai*. Davldnon A Berrl Nm Francl.in
Mewr», J. Parrott Λ Co fan KraticKo
Meaur». father Λ Co. îian KraiiclK».
Me*»r*. Tallant A Co San KraiirlMo
Bank of California Sail Franclaoo
Memr». Β. K. Haatlnga A Co.. Sacramento
Mcaara. D. Ο. Mill* A Co Sacramento
Mewn. Rldeout A Smith MarynvlKe
Mener». Decker & Jewett Maryavllle
Mesura. Β. Heating» A Co Vlrimil.i I'll)
\V\ II. Blauvelt. Aif't Bank of Cal Cold Hill
P. D. Medley, Ax't Well·, K.irno A Co.'» lîold If III
f'hnrcea at Knn Frnaciwo lime·..
oc I* tf II. HAKItlS
Gold Hill Assay Office
' ANALYTiCAL LABORATORY.
BULLION AND ORE*
At Gold Hill Mlorry County.
By CONRAD WIEGAND,
Formerly Nnpervlaiag Annyer
AT THE I'NITKD NTATEM .ΤΙΠΤ
At Han Franelaeo, aud lute
Superintendent of Aiuylig
AT THK «Oll.n&dRKYTini.
CHE.MICA Κ AND
(Rlekard de Wirennd, Proprietor··1
W.n. T. RICKABD, P. C.
Formerly Assayer und Analytical Chemist In
spectai appointment of the Government of
Chile, and late of Mitchell k. Kick
Gold and silver bullion meltkd
and Assayed, at San Frauclsco retail.
RETURNS IN BARS ure us speedily render*·#!
us In compatible with it critical ascertainment ··!
The Values stamped ar»· guttranteed to b«· those
which the U.S. Mint (or its Branches) will d··
clare, if deposited for colmge.
Ore asjays carefully muUe. ut rates reasonably
correspondent with the number and character of
Assays desired, and with tliu amount and form of
Examinations and Analysts of all description··
of Ores, Minerals and ΛΝ atern. Also of Cheon
cals, Groceries and other substances liable to
adulteration in commerce.
Speclâc and detailed circulars furnished on M|>
plication personallv at the office, or l»v mall to
East side of Muin street, near and below \WII«,
Fargo & Co.'s, Oold Hill.
Reference*—Β y Permiaaion.
IN OOLD HILL.
P. D, Hedley, Esq., Agent Wells, Fargo St Co
J. W. Flood 6l Co., Baukers.
Ν. Α. II. Ball, Esq., at J. W. Flood \* Co.'s.
W. II. Blativclt, Esq.. of the Bank of Californin
Chas. Bonner, Esq., Snp't Gould Ar Curry «V
J. II. Latham, Esq., Ag<*nt Wells, Fargo"& Co
Win, Hbaron, Esq.. at the Bank of California.
IV SAN FRANCISCO.
Robt. B. Swain, Esq., Sup'tU. S. Brimch Mint.
Benj. T. Martin, Esq., Assayer of Γ. s. B. Mint
Alpheus Bull, President of Gould JL Curry ('«·
D. O. Mills. Esq., at the Bunk of California.
Donohoe, Kelly Λ. Co.. Parrott 6r Co.,
Sather &. Co., Chas. F. Riehii,
Flint, Peabody & Co., Win, T. Coleman. Ken
Gold Hill. Sept. 12. lt-to. selS tf
VAMAVYCK & W\CHi;/(
Oold Hill Nevada.
WK ARK NOW PREPARED TO UK
Depo.it. of Oold and Milrrr Hulliou.
For Melting and Amaying.
Having every convenience belonging Ιο η
PIBNT-CLAMH AKNAV OITICK,
And llin mailt ance of men thoroughly rompt·
tent in every department of the limine.», onr
Depositor· .Hay Rely Upon Krlurnn,
An bring correct and exact in every particular.
rï- Value» reported, itnd guaranteed to ror
respond with the tuuuiy* °f ■'>* t'· 8- Mint.
ORE ASSAYS CAREFULLY MADE.
Rate· of Charge»—According to tin· Nuu
Francisco tariff, viz : One per cent, ill vnlu·· i>f
Silver, nnd M for reporting Oold, when the enine
i· leM than 81,'JOO; when over that amount, one
fourth of one per cent, of the value. Ore Ax.uv»
for Gold and 8llver, Φ5. #el2 tf -
The Bank of California!
GOLD HII,I,, N«»v
WM. SHARON, Gen'l
THIS AGENCY J8 NOW PREPARED TO
receive Depoaita of COIN or BULLION
Or la luie Crrliflrnir· Tkrrefer!
Payable (ut the option ot the bolder/ in Oolil Hill
or In Bun Franclaco; to tnuke Collection»; pur
ehnae Bullion at the mott fnvorable rat*», or ml
ranee coin thereon when forwarded to the Parent
Bank In Ban Prandaco ; erll* Kill· of Exchnnt·".
and tranaact a General Blinking Btiainea·.
Check· for Sain on
Bank of Ireland (Dublin), New York.
Ban Francisco. Boitnn,
Portland (Oregon). Sacramento, ete.
WM. SHARON, General Affen·.
W. H. BLAUVELT. Canhler.
Gold Hill, Sept. 30. 1865. »e30 tf
VAN WYCK &c CO..
ΓΑΪΙΛΒ'Β BUILDING. TAYLOR 8TRKKT
piOLD AND BILVKB BULLION MELTED AND
UT AMayed. and return» tnede In liar* the d»v oi
Will conform atrlclly to the »tandaro of Ibe
U. H. Mint,
Ind our chaîne» will bethe name a* in Ban Kran, !«■«
X7*Partlciilar attention κΙν,·ιι to ORE A!\-»AY8.
A S S Α. Υ Ε R,
ÎFKICK-OnTaTlorirtrret. «outhvrcM cor.
of Decreet, Vlralnln.
EntubliMhêd^ in 18«1 !
BULLION ΜΚΪΤΚ!>, ASSAYED,
knd return» thereof made In «tamped Bar» or Coin
«Γ The eorrectne»· of bl» computation* l>
roved In tb· aaoie way aa doue by him during κ
amber of yean In the U. 8. Mint, Ban Francisco
C^All kind» of Ore· and Mineral· teated. a·
ayed and analysed.
«VKafara t· Pablla Oplaiaa. |ai|]l>rti
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