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Vocal, matters. Theiu Whereabouts.—A private letter received by a gentleman of this city, from a friend at Aurora, Esmeralda District, dated the 21st inst., states that Tom liurke, who es caped jail here some months ago, has lately been seen in that place. He is supposed to be connected with a gang of thieves and robbers, who have a camp in the mountains not far from Aurora, lie was never in the town dur ing the day, but would come in the evening and leave before morning, and was seen by several persons who knew him well. Another letter, received here from Florence City, in Washing ton Territory, states that Henry Plumer was in that place not long since. Relief Measures. —A call has been made for a meeting, to be held at the Theater at half past seven this evening, to set on foot a sub scription for the relief of sick and wouuded soldiers. I he Nevada Hose company has al ready led off in the good work by subscribing a month as long as the war lasts. The other fire companies will doubtless do likewise, and if proper efforts are made, a respectable amount can be raised in the town. Fire Alarm.— About six o’clock, Thursday evening, there was a fire alarm, caused by the burning out of a chimney in the rear of the Hailey House. About eleven o’clock the same 'night the Department was called out again— the alarm being occasioned by the burning of a tar-barrel, or a pile of shavings, or something else, in tire ravine back of China street. Theatrical.—Mr. Phelps, ike advance agent of the Leighton Theatrical Troupe, arrived in Nevada yesterday frent Washoe, and went below to-day’. He «»®de no arrangement for a performance in this place; but we learn that tire company will be along iu a few days, and prob ably will remain here and play one or two nights. Oocxty Court- —The case of Hinchlev vs. fStime, an action to recover pay for extra servi ces and labor, was tried yesterday in the Coun ty Court, and the jury returned a verdict for defendant. The case of Hrown vs Shepherd is on trial to-day, but wot concluded at three ■o’clock this afternoon. Mountain' Wine. —Messrs. Schmittburg &. Slcrgans, Hi'Mid street, have on hand a quantity of mountain wine, for sale wholesale and retail. It is the pure juice of the grape, manufactured by D. E. Miller, of the American River Gar dens and Vineyard, and is a superior article of wine. Gymnasium.—We learn that Mr. Guild is about to let out a contract for the erection of a building on Main street, adjoining the Theater, to be used as a gymnasium. It will be under the charge of Mr. J. II. Keller, of Grass Valley, an experienced gymnast. Religious Notices. —The Episcopal ser vides will be bold at the Court House on Sun day next, the 28th inst., at 11 o’clock, a. m. Subject of the sermon—“Church Unity, and the Hindrances thereto.” Rev. D. Ellis Willes, Rector. In consequence of the absence of the pastor, Rev. Mr. Camming, there will be no preaching at the brick church on next Sunday and the Sunday following; but the Sabbath School will be held as usual. Trial of Rikkrf.ck.— The trial of Thos. Hirkbcck, indicted for murder, has been set for Wednesday next, October 1st. The Vihojma City Pottkhy.—'The man ufacture of stone-ware in this Territory is an extensive and profitable branch of business. The first kiln of ware burned by Lowell & Prin gle is all that could be desired. It excels a ny thing of the ' ind ever made on the Pacific coast. The ware when baked has precisely the appear ance of the hard, gray, vitreous rucks found on some of our mountains, and has the ring of bell-metal. Aciis—anything but fire and gun powder —may be safely contained in the Wa shoe ware. Crucibles and fire-brick of a supe rior quality are also made at this establishment. Mr. Lowell tested some of his crucibles by pla cing lumps of silver ore in them and heating them till th" contained gold and silver was moi led and stood in drops on the outside of the rock, and'he crucibles were not even black ened. He makes tubes for amalgamating tubs which chemicals cannot affect, and contemplates the manufacture of sectional stone-ware bot toms for tubs, to take the place of the iron ones now in use, but for various reasons objection able. Who knows but the whole tub may even tually be baked in a potter’s kilnr [hnter prise. Good IUasox fob Suspension.—The publication of the Marayunk (l’a.) Star has ceased, on account of the editor, proprietor, re porter, correspondents, journeymen, and all others connected with the office, having joined the aimy, down to the devil, who has gone for a drummer boy. The patriotism of the prin ting fraternity is well established, but this in stance is without a parallel. The paper was owned ami published by J. L. Scott, who holds the position of Sergeant in the Scott legion of Pennsylvania. The longest war recorded in history, if not the most destructive and important, was that waged for one hundred and eighty two years against the Spanish invaders, by an Indian tribe, or rather nation, called the Auracamaus, occupying the southeastern part el South America. Speoial Notices. A MIDSUMMER MELODY. ’iwas a night in the dog days, And all through the house Night prowlers were stirring— Fleas. bed-bugs and mouse. The children, uneasy, Squirmed this way and that— The bed-bugs preferred them . Because they were fat. But at dawn on each insect I.yon’s death ponder fell And the rats and the mice, too, Succumbed to his Pill Lyon's Powder will kill all insects. I.yon’s Mag netic Pills are sure death to rats and mice. Slid everywhere. D. 8. BARh’KS, New York. Hkmxotox, & Co., Agents, San Francisco, sep-l-lm. S—T—1860—X. DRAKE’S PLANTATION HITTERS.] Tliey purify, strengthen, and invigorate. They create a healthy appetite. They are an antidote to change of water and diet. They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours. They strengthen the system and enliven the mind. They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers. T ey purify the breath and acidity of the stomach. They euro Dyspepsia and Constipation. They cure Diarrhoea, Cholera, and Cholera Morbus. They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache. They are the best Bitters in the world. They make the weak man strong, and are cxhauftal naJaren great restorer. They are made of pure St. Croix Rum, the celebrated Oalisaya Bark, root* and herbs, and are taken with the pleasure of a beverage, without re gard to age or time of day. Particularly recommen ded to delicate persons requiring a gentle stimulant. S.d.1 by all Grocers, Druggists, Hotels, and Saloons. P. H. Dkakk A: Co , New Fork. Ckank & Bkioham, Agents, Sau Francisco. jylO-enwl.v. lo Correspondent*.—patients residing in any part of the State, however distant, who may de sire the opinion and advice of Dr. Young, on their re spective cases, ami who think proper to submit a written statement of such, in preference to holding a personal int» rview,are respectfully assured that their communications will be held most sacred. Dr. Young takes this opportunity of observing that all letters are only o|«ned and replied to by himself, and the latter as promptly as possible. If the case be fully and candidly described, personal communications will be superceded, as instructions for diet, regimen, and the general treatment of the case itself, (inclu ding the remedies,) will be forwarded without delay, and in such a manner as to convey no idea of the purport of the letter or parcel so transmitted. (inice. 751 (lay street, San Francisco. Consultation gratis. ,J. C. YOUNG, M. D. II. HALF, J. TOMPSON, J. R. STONE. NEVADA ICE COMPANY. Having purchased the stock and interest of Hawk A Co., in the ICK BUS I MISS, we are now ready to supply Markets, Hotels, Sab sms and Families, WITH A GOOD ARTICLE OF ICK, with dispatch and at luw rates. Our place of business is at No. 5 COMMERCIAL STREET, at the Butcher Shop of Charles Kent. Or ders left there will be promptly (Hied. Nevada, Sept. 23,1862. A. UKIMM. W. A. I.AMPK. J. BOXXKXUCRU. A. GRIMM &. CO., Wholesale Dealers in WINES AN1) LIQUORS, No. 305 Battery Street, (Between Sacramento and Commetcial,) SAN FRANCISCO. au30. HERMANN ERNST, BOOK BINDER. In Kelsey's Building, over Young’s Jewelry Store. Entrance from Pine Street. auT-3m. SIMON MAYERS’ Grass Valley BOOT AND SHOE STORE. a rrr.t. of Ladies’ Misses’ Children's & Gent's BOOTS AND SHOES. Also,—a Large STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF LEATHER ANI) SHOE FINDINGS ! OF KVKKY DiacRimos. WHICH HE OFFERS TO SELL AT VERY LOW PRICES. Grass Valley, Aug. 14,1862. SELECT SCHOOL —FOB— YOUNG LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Head ol Broad street, Nevada. W. E. P. DEAL, A. B., Principal. This School will re-open on Monday, Aug. 24th, 1862. TERMS i Primary Rranches, per month.. ..%* M English Branches and Mathematics, per m tb» 00 Latin, per month * ‘ V® German, “ * “ French, “ 1 00 No Extra Charfp far Book Keeping. Young Gentlemen will be thoroughly prepared to enter any of the College Classes. For further particulars inquire at Ihe Sehool House. Nevada, Aug. 21st. 1862. ____ WOOD’S HAIR RESTORATIVE, and Barry’s Trieophersns, tw sale by SPENCE A WICKW, Druggists jjl; \7 Broad at.. A 54 Pined. Nevada.^ PHYSICIaNS’PRESCRIPTIONSCOM. POUNDED with ’ 43 Broad street, * 4* Pine street, Nevada. Miscellaneous. PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY. No. 57 Broad itrrtt, Nevada. Having pukchasrd thk pho- I'K.IUPHIC GALLERY formerly owned by Mr. A. I, IK BERT, I beg leave to announce to my friends ami the public that 1 am prepared to EXECUTE ALL KIN'US OK Pictures in the Photographic Art! Particular attention paid to taking CHILDREN’S LIKENESSES. Gentlemen and Ladies are invited to all and exam- Ine specimens. M. J. McCUTCHAN. augd. Dr. A. CHAPMAN, Surgeon and Meohanical Dentist. Office—Corner Room Second story, Kinn * KNOX’S BRICK BUILDING, NEVADA. all dental operations Performed Iii a Neat and Substantial Manner anil SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. augl'd-tf. Dr. 0. POND, Surgeon Dentist, (Successor to Dr. Levaaon,) OFFICE —IN KELSEY’S BUILDING, OVKK A. BLOCK’S CLOTHING STORE. oi-uer of Pine A Commercial streets, NEVADA, CAL. jyl-tf. BATES & MoCORMICK, DRUGGISTS. Corner of Broad and Pine Streets, NEVADA CITY. «■ prescriptions Carefully Compounded at All Hours! UNDERTAKING. AVM. C. GROVES, Undertaker. Nos. 10 and I’d, Broad Street, Nevada. Having JUt»T finirhi-d a new hearpi? i am now prepared to do Undertaking on the shortest notice. #r Order* left at the CARPENTER SHOP, foot of Broad street, opposite tVithlngton’s, will be prompt ljrattendedto. <,rV2\i T. ELLARD BEANS & CO., No. 54 Broad Street, Nevada. WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS I* GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. KW GOODS DELIVERED FRFJE OF CHARGE. -§* A. P. CHURCH & CO., -2B DKAIARS IN 7 #/#j Books, Stationery, Periodicals, &c.. AT THE OLD BROAD STREET BOOK AND PAPER DEPOT. Having purchased the entire stock in trade and good will of the concern, we have re duced the prices and added to the stocks, and are prepared to sell at Lower Prices Than Ever Heretofore. Having a large invoice of Standard Works on the way here, we are confident of suiting the tastes ot the reading public. OUR STOCK OF BLANK BOOKS is ’vge. comprising every variety and site. SL’HSCKIBEKS TO WEEKLY PAPERS and Periodicals can receive tlie same without risk, and at as low prices as they can get them of the Publishers, adding postage. A Large Circulating Library, Contain ing about lOOO Hooke! W Orders left lor Books will be promptly filled at reasonable rates. jul26-tt GEO. A. WEAVER, ) f /. W. CLARK, Nevada. J , Sun Francisco. WEAVER & CO, No. 59 Droatl .Street, Nevada, WHOLESALE k RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Shelf-Goods, MINING TOOL3, Lc., ScC. HAVE taken the stand formerly occur pled by Weaver k NI WEAK sed will be 1 n con stant receipt of a complete stock of Goods, which will be sold at most reasonable rates Vos ■ ash. GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE. A portion of publis patronage solicited, "fat Neva*, March II, 1162. Dry Goods and Clothing. PHILADELPHIA DRY-GOODS STORE. No. 44 Broad Street. PIONEER D It Y GOODS S T O H E, NO. 35 MAIN STREET. New Store and New Goods. JACOB ROSENTHAL, Has Ju»t Received At his New Store on Broad Street, A VKKMKMIOI'S STOCK 0» DHY AND FANCY GOODS, Which be now Offers For Sale, 25 Per Cent. Cheaper than Other Dry (foods Ntnrm In Nevada. THIS IS NO nLOWING—IT IS A PACT which can be nubatantiated by hundreds who Rie daily purchasing goods of me. ' Attention is in vited to the following prices: . 1500 yards t'alien at 9 cents per vard. 5000 vatu* Merrimac Prints at 1‘2>, eta. 5000 yds bleached Muslin front 10 to 20 cts 500 yards of Rareges at 25 cent* per yard. 250 Silk Presses, $10 to $75 apiece. 60 Fine Ronnet*, at 6 dollars each. 800 Shaker Bonnets at 25 cents apiece. 1000 yda China Matting, 25 cts per yard. Embroidery of Every Variety! $&» REMOVAL.—Remember 1 have removed my new Store a lew door* below the old stand. Nevada, July 15. JACOB ROSENTHAL. A. BLOCK, B FURTH, . E. BLOCK, Ja| A. BLOCK CO., Corner of Pine & Commercial streets, NEVADA CITY. JOSEPH BROTHERS, I , THE OPPOSITION STORE, Cor. of Broad & Plus Streets, NEVADA, ARK CONSTANTLY RECEIVING NEW and FASHIONABLE STYLES of SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING, Of Every Description. Nevada, May 9th. 1861.—t GEORGE E. TURNER, —nr.Ai.KR in— Stoven, Tinware, Hardware, SILVER PLATED WARE, Cutlery, Hooded and Willow Ware, RUBBER HOSE, COUPLINGS, Hose Pipe, Rope, Nalls, Grindstones, LOCKS, IIUTTS, AND SCREWS, M* Carpenter#’ Tool*, '4* LEAD AND IRON PIPE, FAUCETS, STEWAUT’8 COOKING STDVK8. Tin, Copper k Sheet Iron Waie MADE 7<6 ORDER, IN THE VERY BEST MANNER. GIVI, U« * Cil.L. No. IS At 2(1 Coniine it In) St., Nevndn. je5. WM. H. CRAWFORD & CO., (SuccPNMom to J. M. Hamilton h Co.) (inrnuL dbalkba is HARDWARE, IRON, 8TEEL, Nnlla, Kellowa, Anvils and —PAINTS.— Linseed, Lard, Sperm and Polar Oila, LEATHER AND RUBBER BELTING, POWDER, TACKLE BLOCKS, FLUE, CORDAGE, DOCK AND RUBBER HOHE. Hydranlle Pipe*. <1 iilekall ver, Leail P|j K Plows, Straw Cotters Air. W. H. CRAWFORD, H L. COVE. At the Old Bland. No. 21 Main 8t., Nevada. WHITE LEAD, PAINT BRUSHES, AND TUBE COLORS, for *ale by SPENCE A WICKER. J«10 No. 47 Broad »t., k SI Piseet. URHAY’tl FLUID MAGNESIA— and Arnica Plasters— for »al« by SPENCE * WICK Ed, San Fr&noisco Adv’s. TIME OF HKALTH PREPARE FOR S1CKNE>*8._R i* preposterous to think that because we are in lieslth, disease will never overtake us. How many have gone forth tn the morning ami returned home to lay down upon beds of sickness for months! We would remind our readers, that , for a far.c ily medicine, nothing can equal SOOVILL’8 BLOOD AND LIVER FYRC1*. Of Humors it is a sure exterminator. Scrofula and Cen ter, Rheumatism and Neuralgia, are all cured by this magical rem - edy. REDINGTON A CO., Ageuta, 416 and 418 Front street, 3an Francisco. au23. 0R. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNG# IS HIGHLY HBCOMJM1SNDKD BY (TT1ZKN# WHOSE itASKS AND RK81DKNCK WILL HR FolM) r.\ the PAMPHLETS, GIVING KVI DKNCR OF ANrOMNIUNG CI RES OF COAST MPI108, BY VSINO THIS MEDICINE. G1YF.IT ATRIAL, RFO f 1NGTON «fc CO., AGENTS, 410 AND 410 FRONT KTKKKT, SAN FRANCISCO. au23-3m. James Conner's Sons' * L'NITKD STATES TYPE FOUNDRY. WM. FAULKNER A BON, Agent*, No. 626 Sansoim- street, ban E micisc, ( ai. Every article .stemsary for a comm m News or Job Printing Office, furnished at tie lowest prices. Also, Agents Iqr Taylor’*, Gordon's, Degeoer’s, Newbury’s Potter’s and llawkos’ Presses. April 1, 1862—ly. FOR SALK I Homesteads & Valuable Real Estate. BUILDING LOTS FROM $10 TO $200 EACH! Al*o, 50 Vara LoIm anil Entire Ulacfcl of ltraullful ttarilsn Land ! IN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN F»”NC!SC0, on the line of the San Jose Railroad, .»■ the West End Depot. The title is absolutely trig a Siianhdi Grant, Anally confirmed and pat w \ ui'he United States. The Slisfter Hill respects this Title. The City Authorities respect it, The District Courts and Supreme Court of the t nited States reepee!. H, Dee I lie* to* "Til* ; n DEF.N FOREVER QT’tVTFI' BY FINAI hi I KK AM) JUDGMENT AGAINST THE: ( (TV fio fl at tlieie is not ee»u a cloud or »h*;--.» -*pon It Whoever purchases one ot these loU v> .ii tu. a lot and not a lawsuit. Office No. la Naglee’s Dullding, corner of Mont gomery and Merchant streets San Francis',,. Jyl -3m. HARVEY H. WWiWN. WILLIAM It. COL, RETAIL m DEAI.FR In Fine Boots, Shoes & Rubber Boo Cor. of Main k Commercial sta., Nevada. A LARGE. ASSSORTMI NT OF BENKERT’S AS ■ otlier celebrated Manufhctarcrs' make IIROG ANN, HOIS’ HOOTS ,k MIOF.M. Ladies’ and Misses’ Shoes & Gaiter And in abort, everything necessary to furnish first-class Hoot k Sii,.e Store complete. Ilonl A Shoe Finding* Alvvnyn cm Ham WHICH WJIX DK SOI.il AT LOW HATE* I Ad" Ail kinds ol Repairing done on stunt IStit in a neat and suhxtautial manner. mar27. FASHION RESTAURANT NO. 62 BROAD ST.. NEVADA. (E!stati||s|ied in lfifd).) FURMNIIKH TI1K RKHT MRAL8ANI at lower prices than any other house in Nevada. MONAHAN A Ei.V’NN, Proprietor* Aug. 16, 1862. Ml TO MONAHAN A FLYNN*# If You Want a Loot] Clear! THWK STORK IH ADJOINING THE; “FASHION RESTAURANT,” Broad street, Nevada. Ang. 16, 1862. CITY BREWERY. Kprli'K Street, Nevada City. Tlir. UNDKR8IGNKD WOULD RE- Si’EJTrt'f J.Y inform the lovers of g<ssl HUM. that he manulactun-s «», article that cannot fall to please the taste. Jle<, furnished regularly to liar rooms, Saloons, Families, and to dealers generally, at reduced rates, A. BLAMAUF. M HR. A L L KIUH PKKPA RATION# for the hair, for tale by SPENCE k