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TRI- WEEKLY JOURNAL.
According io the definition ot ll»f terra « Abolitionist,” as quoted by a Kicli- Boml paper, it means » person who is bov in love with slavery “ for its own fake, as a divine institution- ' It this definition be true, then nil Copperheads, who profess to h,*te Abolitionists as the devil docs holy water, must love slavery Hi “ divine thingmust worship it as the corner stone of civil liberty, and must desire to see it exiended over the whole earth, as a means of human ref ormation, second in dignity, importance and sacredness only to the Christian re ligion. He who does not love African glavery with this love is anAbolilionist,” according to the logic of tire Copperhead allies. WoNDKitrctStoaT of Mixi.no. —A Ma aatlan letter to the Alta, dated October at, speaks of recent wondtrlul gold dis coveries in Arizona Territory. Accord ing to report, a Snorian returned re cently to bis borne in Altar with $202,- 400 in gold dust, and miners are making from SI,OOO to 10000 pec day. Two Chihuahua men had taken out $16,000 in Chiapas. In Sinaloa there is much •scltemeot prevailing in regard to the new mines, which are situated some where on the Gila river. A tiiavkuiu from Reese arrived at Baylon, N. T, on the 3.lst ull., in a bug gy, with a mournful tale to relate. The Virginia Union says, the only portion of bis body visible was Ins face. His horses were covered with snow, and the ve hicle looked as if it had been through a levere campaign. He got lost the pre vious night, wandered about and drove bis horses over a precipice, alighting in a huge snow drift. Hu extricated him self from, this and proceeded on his journey with no idea whatever of his whereabouts, until day light found him OD the side of a steep, canon, north-east at town. A comj'aiuson til the vote of the dif ferent counties of the Stale of Sept. 'U3, with that of Sept, ’Of, shows a loss of 19,002 votes—mainly in. the raining counties. It is safe to conclude that nine-tenths of these have gone to tie tad a. 'territory. The counties which have lost most are Siskiyou, Sierra, El Dorn Jo, Tuolumne, Nevada, and C aluve ■l9- A nnw kind of army telegraph has Been invented. It is effected by a com mon looking glass redacting tbs sun’s cays, and the time between the dashes indicate tbo letters of the alphabet. Runts in San Francisco ace being pul up to high figures. The City is grow ing rapidly and a large number of dwel lings are in process of erection in the outskirts which can be conveniently reached by the street Railroads. Cal’tajn lurni, wo learn from the Ap peal, is building another Steamer at San Francisco to resume opposition to the regular lino between Sacramento, and San Francisco- At the late Fair, at Carson, W. C. Philips, editor of the Reese River Reveille received, a diploma for the best display of Reese ores, and a premium of S2O for the best exhibit of Silver Bullion. An Unfortunate Nabob. —Andrew D. McCreary, who.owns one hundred and fifty feet In the Gould A Curry mine Is now at the East insane. A tklkokam, dated Constantinople, September sth, says that a Turkish ves sel has jpst been seized at Anapa by the Russians, in spite of the protest of the Turkish authorities and English consul. On the 30th of October snow fell VirgiaiaCity to tbedoptb of three inches and at Carson to six Inches. The cli mate of Carson is generally much more mild than that of Virginia, as its alti tude is not near a* great. Several large tracts of pine land have been taken up in. Butte county by parties who contemplate the manufac ture of turpentine, tar, etc., from the sap of tho trees. At one or two places in the county parties have been for years in the business. Durins tho last teu muuths the Gould & Curry Company have divided $1,360,1100. Summary or Kastbun Nkws, from yes terday's Union, with dates 10 Nov. 2d : Tlie receipts trom lotenml Kevenue sources, during October, w. re 50 per cent more than during September. Tbe .entire receipts since the bureau went 1 into operation are nearly sixty-three millions. The situation in Virginia remains un changed. There has been some maneu vering on cither side lor favorable posi tions —but the opinion, in military cir cles, is that Lee will risk no battle north of the Kapidan. A conspiracy has been discovered in Ohio, having lor its object nothing less than the overthrow of the State govern ment. The conspiracy was brought to light by United Stales detectives, who were supposed by the parties implicated to be spies Irom the rebel army. The plot was to make an attack on Camp Chase and release 3,500 Confederate prisoners confined therein ; seize the Ar senal at Columbus, take possession of the Penitentiary and release Morgan and the other rebels confined there, and com mence a rebel campaign in Ohio. Prom inent men in Columbus and Cincinnati have been implicated in the plot—also several in Covington, Ky. Hooker, in bis tight with the rebels, near Chattanooga, Oct. 28th, captured 1,000 rilles and a large number of pris oners. His loss was 350 in killed and wounded. Lee's army is said to be barefooted— the rebel government are seizing shoes in Kichmond to supply them. Gen. Butler has been assigned Poster's command, in North Carolina. Poster, it is said, will take command of the de fences at Washington. The Spaniards have been badly de feated in San Domingo. News from Prance states that that Government refuse: to guarantee the Mexican loan, in consequence of which there is a difficulty between that Gov ernment and Maximilian, Accounts from St. Petersburg say that there will be a diplomatic rupture between Uussin and the Western Powers before Chrisunas. Bvhmsd to L>kath.- A liul© girl named Thornton. w»»s burned to death at Vallejo on the 26th, by her clothes taking tire from the stove. The receipts of treasure at San Francisco since the sailing of the lust Panama steamer, foots up sl,boU,ooi) —all from the interior. The recent great snow storm in Nevada Territory will cool the aspirations of mauy a liecso smitten traveler. A couiiKsrosuknt of the Cincinnati Commercial gives a lull account of the severe battle of Cbicumauga, and adds the following : Night fell, and the battle of Cbleamauga— •till a riddle, if we attempt to award victory to either side —was over. We had lost some ground and guns, but we bud terribly pun ished the enemy. Our casualties for. such terrific fighting will not he found as heavy as might bo anticipated. The loss of the enemy must be fearful. Our artillery was used with tremendous effect. Thu enemy probably did not use half a duicn batteries, lie had told his men that this battle could only be wou by the bayonet, but the bayonet has not wou it yet. Till Rev. John Gilbert, a somewhat noted Kentucky divine holds the follow ing singular view in regard to the dura tion ot the present war. Ho says : During the Revolutionary war corn blades had seven points to them.,’ that is, the blade grew in such a manner as to have seven distinct points or ends corresponding with the sharp point of the blade. These seven points indicated the duration of the Revolutionary war. Now there are but throe seperate and distinct points to many of tbo blades, and this indicates very clearly to my mind that the duration of the present war will be three years—the points of the blades-representing years. Thb.Macon (Georgia) Telegraph, says A traveller tells us that there are thirteen blockade running vessels in Wilmington, all laden with whisky, while the town itself is cleaned out of provisions—eaten out by the runners and Shylocks who go there to buy nud sell goods. A. A. Sblovbr has sold out his interest in the Fremont Mariposa eatute for SBOO,OOO, lie is in New York, but has sent on command paid up all of his old debts. Dispatches received from the military commandant at Ruby Valley give an account of the arrest of a man by the name of Prowu, who had defrauded bis employers in Cariboo of twenty-three thousand dollars, and was endeavoring to estag* overland,. Kakmkuh me engaged m garnering Hie crop of winter applet, winch is repre sented as ainindaiit. What to do wall them is the question. There is no :e DiHiid in the market tor m re than a tew varieties. The apple ciop of Oregon is something like the lamed lottery ele phant. Urey on Sla lesm an . Too Late.— Major liem-ntl Rousseau was a little too late to take part i • the billies of Chiekainangu. He arrived in front on Sun day evening, having hurried forward with the wildest impatience, but the great strug gle was tor the time ut an end. Many of the residents of Virginia City are atllieted with u sudden swelling of the ■legs and feet, wich is very painful and can- ; not be accounted for. Rich Yield.—We saw yesterday, at the hanking office of White »t lienestel, live large silver bricks, worth $3,000, the pro ceeds of twenty tons of rock from the Mor gan & Muncey, One thousand five hundred dollars, however, of this sum was the yield of only 1,800 pounds of rock.— /icceillt. The young ladies oi a town in Pennsylva nia are said to ho keeping a list of the single drafted men, and noting down the reports of the examining hoard, with a view to seating sound husbands. That's hard on the hoys. KIJTSEI/S Now Process of Silver and Gold KxirnvtUn—and many other New Books. For sale by G. W. WELCH. No. 45 Broad Street. EVERY housekeeper experiences how difficult It is to make good bread, and we therefore take pleasure in calling attention to the fact that to insure uniformly light, sweet and nutritious bread, it is only necessary to use RKDINGTON A CO.’S YEAST POW DKit. In every respect it excels all similar preparations ever ollered to the public. See the advertisement in another column ol this paper. WHY aliotild not every Man, Woman and Child who has any disease of the system, caused by an impure state of the blood, have recoursetosCOVlLL’B BLOODAND LIVER SYRUP. Buffer no more, ye afflicted, but restore your health by ufdngSCOV ILL’S BLOOD & LI V KR isVUl’l*. It never fads to produce beneficial cll'ectH. REDINGTON A CO.. Agents. 410 and 41h Front street. .San Fran. BANKING NOTICE. ON AMI AFTKIt the llrst ilny of No vember IB6h, we, the undersigned, doing business as Bankers, agree to open our places of business at U A. M. and close at •* r M. BIRDSEYE A CO , 11. MACKIK A CO., GKO. \V. KIDD, Nevada, Oct. 33, |s«wi. REESE RIVER Silver Mining; Stock fur Sale. SHARES hi the Indiana Silvei Mining Company* tit) Shares in the Pine Grove Silver Min. Co. rated. Inquire at this Ollice. of D. It. FRINK. Nevada, Oct. 14, 1803. Antelope Itestauruut & Bakery BUOAI) STREET, NEVADA. ALEXANDER GAULT, PROPRIETOR a Having removed to the old stand of \V. A'tiSSP&kh G Davis on Broad St. WkmmmL I shall keep a Pint ClnM Restaurant and Bakery. The Reataurnnt will always be supplied with all the delicacies the market afford a. Cokes, Plea and Bread of all kinds con stantly on hand. The patronage of the public is solicited. ALEX. Nevada, Oct. 9th—tf GAULT. WANTED— A Girl to do House Work, for a small family. Inquire at this Ollice. Nevada, Oct. 54h, 1863—tf CONSTABLE’S Sale.— State of Califor nia, County and Township of Nevada, ss; By virtue of an Execution to me deliverd, is aued from the Court of K. W. Smith, Ksq., an acting Justice of the Peace in and for the county aforesaid, bearing date October 22d, A. i> 1863, to satisfy a judgment rendered by said Court on the fed day of October, a. D. 1863, in favor of John F. Russkniu* and against Thomas Baokner,Julius Dreit'uas, Kolfe, John Hall. Henry Smith, John Doe A Richard Roe—doing business under the name and style of theSlateCreekQuartz Mining. Co., for the sum of &IBU Alt, debt, interest, dam ages and costs of «uit. 1 have taken in Exe cution, and will sell to tile highest bidder for cash, the following described Real Estate, to wit: All the right, title and interest of ths above named Defendants in and to a certain lot or parcel of Ouarta Mining Claims situated at the Head of Willow Valley, in the Town ship of Nevada, and known as the Slate Creek Quart/ Mining Co.; to get herewith water wheel, machinery, pump, tools, and nil other appur tenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining thereto. I will.sell the same, in front of the Court House door in Nevada city, on fsnf hi d«v, the 14tli day of November. A. I). 1803, between the hours of U o’clock a. >f. and 4 o’clock r. M Taken as-tlie property of the above named Defendants, to satisfy the above demands and accruing coats. Given under my bund, this ttd dnv of Octo ber, A. i> 18d3.. S- VKNARD, ui kJJ Constable N. T. WM. R. COE, DEALKK IN HOOTS A m. Cor. ainln A. Commercial Sin., Nevmln, , ONSISTINCi or BASKKIt lb AM) other celebrated Minmlueturerit’ make, Hojs’ Hoots and Shoes, Ladies' ii Misses' * SHOES & gaiters. And in short, every tiling neees.ury to fur nish n first clans Hoot mid Shoe Store com plete, BOOT AND SHOE FINDINGS ! Always on hand, which will be Bold at lo>\ nites. All kinds of Repairing Done On the shortest notice, in a neat and nuh ntantlol manner March ill, INU—tf REMOVAL : [ TAKE THIS METHOD OF INFOIIM- L luy my old customers, ami as many new ones as may conic, that 1 have leased the store lately occupied by Messrs, Pier and Welch, No. 32 C oniiiicrclnl Street, .Nevada. 1 have a large and well selected assortment*©! g CROCKERY, GLASS WAR K, HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, And a General Assortment of House Furnishing Goods Which I intend to hki.l for Cash, cheaper than similar t-rtieleseaii be bought at any other store in Nevada County. GKO. K. TURNER. Nevada, June Ist, 1841-I—tf BLACKS 11 1 T Cl AND WAGON SHOP. f IMIE Subscribers are now prepared to do I /ijl kinds of BLACKSMITH ANII WAGON WORK UOTU linking' and Repairing, At UetiHOimbie liiitea and on short Notice. Torms Cash. Kr All Work VVurrnlitrd to »lnnd. SHOP on .MAIN STREET, opposite the Theatre. II UMPIIItIKS A HAMBLEN. Neviidn, .1 11110211, iMid.-tf ill. J. M’CJUTCHAJVS Premium IMiofogniph Caller}’, No. SS BROAD STREET, NEVADA, rorPOSITK THE lIAILKY lIOI'HK,] Pictures of Every Variety «n<l Quality cau be hud on the niont rotiooiwihlo tenua, of M. J. M’CLTCII AN, octrtf No. llruad Street. W. C. GROVES, AND - GENERAL FURNISHER, No. 10 Jk 11 BROAD STREET. I uni now Prepnreil to Furnish Ere. rythlng required for FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS. COFFINS, of all Sizes ami Styles, LEAD and /.INC COFFINS, Made to Order. Prices Reasonable. W. C. GROVES. Nevada, Ang. 7th, IM3.—tf CONSOLIDATED 0., S. Ac COPPER MINING CO., NEVADA COUNTY. STOCK holders are hereby notified that an assessment of two (*2) dollar, hit share (','o els. per foot) is this day levied oil the cap ital stock of the above C nipany—payable im mediately, in Ij. 8. gold coin, at the (.mice of the Secretary. No. 4'l Itroad street, Nevada City, Cal. lly order of Trustees. E. P. SPENCE, Soo’y. Nevada City, Oct. Sth, isfia—ml FOR SALE. THE Subscriber offers for sale a good Frame Dwelling, containing ten rooms, all lath amt plastered, nil excellent cellar, (walled tip with stone,) a good well of water ; also, set en acres of land on which there are two tine orchards The land will be sold nil together er separate, to salt purchasers. The place is known as the “ Hawk Uaneli,” and is situa ted nt the upper end of Aristocracy Hill. For particulars, inquire at the Joihxal (mice, or on Hie. premises, of E. TOCNQLO.VJS. Nevada, Aug. 31, USDS.—tf LJbcXC/JHk ! x. ! ! r r«K Subsc iber bun on luivbcl and for !«sl* 1 guu.ouo in->t quality JliilC'K, rt H« yard oh liii (.ms* \ a<|. y read n. -i Mnlt iiuiii’h Miicilieg works. Inquire at O'DonnvU’s quin I/, mill, on (join » t ... «ug:il am Wm. O’DONNELL. FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING! P, B A N N ER’S, Corner of Broad & Pine Streets, Have juet received a i.augk stuck of Tall and "W inter Clothing, FURNISHING GOODS,! HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNK** VALIBKB, HOY’S CLOTHING* AM* ALSO, LADIE’S mid < liililren’s Shoes and (Jaiici'M, tV Ct, Selected cxpressl) for this market* and per fectly adapted to the California Trade, which they are gelling at the u:bv lowest price. The Stock comp rises a variety of STYLES and PKh’Es. T heir best custom made fioods are cut and made in the Mn T lli;oa»T sty Ll-:,and canuol help iit*Sll:d Mlil tlu IMUhI fastidious. Of FURNISHING GOODS, they have a large and splendid stock comprising I-.V KBYTTHM., iimutlie very finest Land's \\ uol under wrap pers ami drawers, down’ to the most economical price of Grey and Y\ bite Merino. ot Wool and Caoiuirr Hats, they have as tine it stock an ran be found in the city. Boots, Shoes, ami Callers, They have in great variety, made to order by the most celebrated umliu. eiuiers# Those in want of any <-l the above named articles, will tind it to ilodr advantage to call ai I*. ItANNLU’S, on the ( ovner of 11 road and Pine Street*, where they will liud tiiuod Bargains, As their MOTTO is Small Profits and Quick Returns, Nevada, Sept. L’S—tf 1) K. htNTKii’H EiiADK ATOU. at LF.VEVS, HI Commercial street, L'WAIN’S Panacea, at O LEVEY’S, 81 Commerdal ttreet. J.M. IIiXSON, Austin, Lancier Co., N. T., STOCK HU OK Ell A ItKAL ESTATE AMENT, Will attend to all kinds of business entrusted to bis care Sept. 21. 2—in MKS. ALLEN’S Hair Preparation*, at LEVEY’S 31 Commercial street. £2IK .lames Clark’s Female Pills. at LEVEY’S, 31 Commercial street. M AUS 11 ALL’S Uteriitc C’ntholleon, at LEVEY’S, 31 Commercial street. Ambrotjiics, Photographs, Etc. C. 11. FERHAND & CO., itoom.No, AM, Pint: Street, Nevada, [Over tlie United State. Bakery.| OUR ROOMS have been recently supplied with Excellent Apparatus, and w. are prepared to take Jjtvrge Photographs, In Oil, India Ink, And Pastil Odors or Plais| CARTES DE VISITS, Ambrotypes, Photographic Views, Etc. Which cannot be excelled hy any in the Mat*. PICTURES TAKEN LOCKETS AND PINS SOT Satisfaction Given In All Ca.r..At} I.lkcncsses are as well taken In Ct.ofiiT as in (' I, K \u weather. Oil UEURANDA: CO, Nevada, May -"-M, 1) ABNEY’S Cocoa Caatorine, at ) I.EVKY’S. Al Coiiiinereial afreet. SPECIAL NOTICE. HAVING disposed of mv interest in tho Hardware business to Messrs. TKWKS IU’UY ik WATT. I am desirous of settling up my business; and all persons indebted to me are politely invited to call up to the Cap tains unleu and settle their hills, and such as have demands against I*. 1\ Stoakos emi bo settled with fro u the dron of the lint. Call and sec mo nt my former place of busi ness, No. 46 Broad nt., Nevada v 'By, Cal SScpr. 231 f. B F, JSTOAKE3,.