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LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Roat Office at Nevada City,
in the NEVADA DEMOCRAT,
the largest circulation in the County.
Abbott Miss Maria-
Biglow Mrs C
Bruaddua Mrs M F
Cline Louisa
Cutty Miss Hannah
Fuller Sarah M
Gougenheim Miss A
Hollerman Kate
Mack Miss Hannah
Pearson Miss Cordelia
Scott Mrs Priscilla
LADIES’ LIST.
Bedford Mrs Rebecca C
Buie Mrs James
Brooks Mrs Edwin
Casson Mrs H
Eaton Miss Eliza
Godfrey Mrs J
Hathaway Mrs M J
lugleliart Mrs Jane
Oraha Miss Kate
Philey Lucinda
Stafford Mrs M
QUifom
AT, barl
Abbott Geo A
Adams John G—2
Agnews Edward
Allan Geo W
Anderson Wn
Arms Wm
Atkins Joe
BakerC
Baker Justice
Ballengcr John
Balton Charles H
Barker Frederick —3
Bartholemew J H—3
Bates Geo
Beall A
Bell I) B
Bemis O S
Bennitt Geo
Bennitt Samuel
Ben wick W D
Dims Jos P
Bonham A A
Uonghpliill J
Bower G
Boynton J C
Brannen James
Brew James
Brodie Wm
Brown C J
Brown G W
Brown J L—I
Buck H
Buchanan J M
Burbank S C
Burno John
Burno C V
Busard J H
Butler J A
Butler C
•Cady E
Caubam W
■Carr Jas A
Casamayon A
Catliu A T
Chandler N M
Chase J C
Chenery W P
'Church A P
Clark J H—2
Clark C C
Clark Samuel
GENTLEMEN’S LIST
A
Ackley David
Adshead Wm
Allan Wm T
Alsbury Edward
Anderson John
Arling J S
Ayres Joseph
B
Baker Zeno
Baker John
Baldridge E S—3
Bane Elznphara
Barlow L T—3
Bass lord W H
Bates A J
Beauchamp J or W
Belknap Hi rain
Bennitt l>aniel—2
Bennison Henry
Betta 1) W
Biglow Edwin
Bolton Chariea
Bon 1 lace F
Bower Alfred
Boyd Wm A
Bradley Delos
Breeding Geo
Brondler H
Browder W M
Brown Willard
Brown Joseph
Brumley Samuel
Buday Joseph
Bunnell D D
Burnett D J
Burr Wra
Bush Alexander
Busliet Fraud*
Byer C C
Bysou Andrew
C
Call C C
Carpenter E K
Carpenter Edwin
Cary M
Chalmers John
Chambers Wesley
Chase C C
Childers W C
Cis Thus
Clark J L
Clark SP&C-
Cloe Juo K
I-a 1'oiut Lawrence
Isay ton Henry
Lanfein & ?on
Lee Allred
Lelebre Mona II—3
Lewis John T
Lew John
Lincoln E J
Lib-on Joseph
Lockwood Warren
Long J I
Loud Franklin J
Lucas G—2
Lyon Win
Lynch L
Law ML
Jjeads Felix
Lee J O
Lee Bradley
Libish Geo
Lewis k Kneubaur
Li llard G
Lindgrew Oliver
Lobdell J B
I/>gue Michael
Lowe Tbm ft
Lown Augustus
Lyon W F
Lynch Wm
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Sol Koliliunn, DcdU-rln (lothlng mul (*cn
Fui'IiImIiIiik Goods, is doing business again, as big
ever, at his old STAND, No. 45 Main street, Corner of Co
morcial street. 46*ti
We arc authorized to announce E. W. Ito
ertl as a candidate for County c lerk, before the Democra
County Convention.
We are authorized to aainocnce «J. It. Will
neyasan INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE for the Office
County Treasurer, at the next general election.
Wc are autliorlzed to announce E. P. Bu
ton as nn INI El EN PENT CANDIDATE lor the Office
County Clerk, at the next general election.
Bridgeport Township Bite Han an Club,
This Club is now fully organized. and hold their regu
meetings every SATURDAY EVENING, at their Club Roo
Tlieatcr Building, San Juan. The following named gent
men are the officers of the Club.
President—Pakkkr II. IIfrcf.
Vice President—1,. (’. McKfkhy,
Secretary—W. P. I„ Winiiam,
Treasurer— 1 . P. An it.
Executive Committee—W. .1. laird. Ilenry Everett, II.
Sweetland, M K. Winham, .1. R. Johnson. [47-t<
Special Notice— We have lost our Books and Pays
nearly entire. All knowing themselves indebted to us v
please report at the earliest convenience. At the prt ;e
time the cash for all bills would he very acceptable—in t
mean time we shall call on all at sight.
A. BLOCK k CO.
Nevada, August 20th, 1856.—4G-tf
I>r. L. J. Czopkny—.The echo of the Doctor’s fai
has been heard in these mountains, and we are happy
add ours to the influences which will make it reverben
throughout the length and bread 111 of the Sierra Nevadj
The Dr. is a gentleman of finished education, and his me
cal qualifications are of the highest order. He has beer
; surgeon and physician in the Hungarian army, and a pi
fessor in the University of Perth, and has cnine among
with credentials of the highest character. Since his estn
rudiment in San Francisco he lias l*en applied to from i
ery |«rt of the State, and has elected cures that have b
fled the skill of some of the l*e-t phvsicians in the State.
Tne I doctor offers free consultation to ail. by letter or ot
•tht, and guantnYees a cure or BO OOmpcn—tinn }
refer the reader to the Doctor’s advertisement in anotl
column. 4*2- 11
F O R S A L, K .
THE Engine, Boiler. lathe’s and Smith’s Forge, togetl
with nil the fixtures, tools and apparatus of the
Nevada Iron Foundry and Mncliluc Shop,
Complete, will be disposed of *o the advantage of the pi
chaser, as the present proprietor is about closing up bu
ness preparatory for removing to the Fast.
For particulars apply on the premises to
EDWARD COKER. Proprietor
Nevada. August 26. 1856.—17-tf
QUatMOiri— STATE OF CALIFORNIA, C Itnrrr or >
| O vaoa —District Court of the fourteenth Judicial Di.str
i of said State.
The People of the State of California—To John II. Smi
Richard Brown, Geo. Eyrich, John McElroy and Jan
Spratt. Greeting:—You are hereby Summoned to ap|*
and answer the complaint of S M. Gilliam filed agaii
you Martin Bunch and David Jeffries, within ten days fri
J the service of this Writ, if served on you in this coun
j within twenty days if served on you in this District and <
i of this County, and within forty days if served on you
l this State and out of this District, in an action comment
| on the 22d day of July 1856, in said Court for the recovc
j of two hundred and thirty-two dollars and twenty-four c
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to answer ai
complaint as herein directed, Plaintiff will hike jundj
merit against you therefor by default, together with
costs of suit and also demand of the Court such other
lief as is prayed for in his said complaint.
In testimony whereof I. J. II. IMHTWICK, Clerk of 1
District Court aforesaid, do hereunto set i
hand and impress the seal of said Cou
this 28th day of August. A. I). 1856.
J. H. BO^TWICK, Clerk,
By Thomas P. Hawlev, Deputy.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Cocxty op Nevada —It appe
• ing to my satisfaction that a good cause of action exists
i favor of said plaintiff and agaiust said defendants’, and tl
the case made is such as is provided lor by the 30th sect
of the act regulating proceedings in Civil ca^es.
It is therefore ordered tluit service of summons agai 1
said defendants’ he marie by publishing the same in l
Nevada “Democrat,” a paper published iu Nevada City
said County, lor the period of three weeks.
Given under my hand this August z8th 1856.
THU S. H. CASWELL, County Judge
A true Copy Attest J. H. BUST WICK, Clerk.
48-3w* _ By Thus. |\ Hawley, Deputy
ADMIMSTIIATOR’S NOTRE ALL R
sons having claims against the Estate of A. J HAG.
j deceased, late of the City and County of Nevada, are he
by notified to present the vouchers thereof to the und
signed, at the store of J. S. Wall, Nevada, within i
months from the fimt day of September, A. D. 1856, or tt
will be forever barred.
And all persons indebted to the said Estate are reoues
to make immediate payment. WALDO M. ALLEN
Administrator of the F>V of A J. Hagan dec’d
Nevada, Sept. 1, 1856.—48 4w
SOMETHING NEW AND NEEDED! !
A Merchant Tailoring, and Gent’s Fu:
nishing Store.
AIX of which the Subscriber has just opened in tl
“DEMOCRAT BUILIING” Broad street, a few doc
iwl below the U. S. Hotel corner, and where can i
, JULways be found the best of everything usually foui
in such establishments. I would particularly call the t
tent ion of citizens general! V, to my stock of
French and English Cloths, Caasfmerei,
POK-SKINS. SILK VELVET AND MARSEJLLS VESTING
Which 1 will manufacture to order upon short notice, in t
most fashionable style and best workmanship. Always we
I ranting a fit.
Shirts, G-lars, Drawers, Wrappers, Cravats, Hosiery a
Gloves of all kinds and descriptions. Extra fine Coats ai
Pants always on hand.
Please call and see for yourselves.
47-if A. G. HER.
i Great Destruction of Property by the la
Fire—$1,500,000. New Stock on hand.
NEVADA SHOE STORE.
Commercial Street. Xer f Poor Below Lr^ideckePs.
J. F. HOOK would re*peel -
fully inform his old customers and the
public, that he ha-4 recently purchased a large and well i
sorted stock of BOOTS & SHOES and has RE-Ol ENID 1
store on Commercial Street, (next door below I nndecke
Brick Store) where lie will he happy to serve all who m
give him a call.
He ha a full stock of ladies-’ and Misses’ SHOES, Gei
Fine BOOT'S and GAITERS, and a splendid assortment
MINING FOOTS, constancy on hand.
The I Julies and Gentlemen of Nevada, are respectfu
invited to call and examine my stock.
Aug. “6th.—47-tf. J. F. HOOK.
CIGARS ! CIGARS!! CIGARS I 11
Junction of Mam and Commercial Streets .
h. & m. IIlllSCIIM an,
j TTJ'ould re4pectfully announce that they have recen
▼ V received and are constantly receiving by express a
other conveyance*, the largest and best assortment of
I Fine Havana Cigar*, Che Ice Brands of To*
tmeeo, Pipe*, Matches, Playing
Cards, &e. ii< .
i Which will be sol 1 lower than the same quality of artic
can be bought in any other house in this citv.
Our oi l friend* an*1 customers are invited to give ui
call and satisfy themselves, in regard to the quality of o
Stock.
HAT Particular attention paid to orders from the Country* 6
II. & M. HIRSCHMAN,
47-tf Junction Main & Commercial at*.
E. S. COOPER, M. D.
SURGEON,
OFFICE AT EYE, EAR, AND ORTHOIVADIC INFIRMARY,
Mission street, between 2d and 3d, near “Russian Baths
SAX FRANCISCO.
ALL Surgical Operations Free to patients presenti
themselves at the Clinics , on Wednesdays and Sati
days, at 2 1-2 o J clock, i\ M.
Medical men of the City and Pacific Coast, generally, c
respectfully invited to attend the Infirmary on Ciiith
Days, whenever it may be opportune lbr themselves.
August 27, 1866.—17-3ni
H. B. PALMER,
NEVADA CARRIAGE SHOT
No. 10 Washington st., above Frishies’ Restaurant.
Ay Particular attention jtaid to REPAIRING , •%
Wheelbarrows kept on hand, and for sale.
Aug. 18. 1856. f 4641
GREGORY & SPARKS.
CAN BE FOUND AT PRESENT, NEXT 1 OOR ABO'
the Journal Ofllrp. on Main street, where wo have
store a ptwkI assortment of
6RO(ERIKS.
(ilEENSWARE,
HARDWA HE,
AND 111
>y
MINING) TOOI, 8,
All of which will be eoM LOW FOR CAe’H, and deliver
free (»f charge any reasonable distance from town.
The consuming cunimunity, and our friends, are respet
fully requested to call and examine our stock.
Aug. 15, 1856. 46-1(
!,
TAIJ.MAN & TlRNKIl,
At Yntc.&Tnll inau’sold Stand (Dili in riTlal s
KEEP constantly on hand a splendid assortment
STOVES! el all descriptions. HARDWARE, TIN WAR
IRON AND STEEL. BENCH PLANES. BEAD PLAN!
PAPE'S RABBIT I I.ANES. TABLE CUTLERY, &c.
short nearly everything needed in the Mountain trade, j
so, HYDRAULIC'I'll ES, COUPlJNfiS, &c., &e.
JOB WORK done to order at shortest notice.
46.tf TAIJ.MAN ti. TURNER.
Clothing and Gent’s. Furnishing Good
KEVTKKY STORK ALL RIGHT!
CJOPKI’lh’ON has just opened at the well known sta
• of tlie KENTUCKY STORK, corner of Bn»ad k Pi
streets, a complete and splendid assortment of Clotbh
and
° r Gentlemen’!* Furnishing (;oods,
, Which he will sell CHEAP —having taken great pains
: making his selections from the largest stocks in Fan Frn
! cisco, lie feels confident that he can suit nil who may gi
■** him a call, both in quality, and price. Ho invites his i
of | friends.and the public generally, to come and nee befc
buying elsewhere.
j®y No Trouble to Show Goods.
Nevada, Aug. 20, 185f.—Ifi-tf
SAN FRANCISCO GROCERY AM) PROY
SION STORE.
Motto !—“ Small Profits and quick return*.”
Till- UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECTFULLY FOLK
the attention of the Families and Miners of Nevada a
vicinity to their well --ejected «tock of Family
Grocertrs, Provisions, Liquors, &c.,
Which cannot he exelled in quality. and at the lowest p
cos. One of the firm constantly being in Fan Francis
afford* u« unequalled facilities for purchasing, by whi
means we feel confident to he able give
GENERAL SATISFACTION AS TO PRICES.
We have also on hand Mining Implements of best make
N\ B.—Hotel Keepers. Restaurant* and Country I vale
would find it to their advantage to give us a call bcf<
purchasing elsewhere.
L. FIIARI* & CO.
No. 35 Ilron l Street, BicknelP* Building. 46-
Fresh Meat! Fresh Meat!!
CITY MARKET,
Broad Street, Nevada.
T A HIES MONROE would inform hi* oil c us town
e) and the public generally, that he has re-established I
MEAT MARKET on Broad Street, and is ready to furni
flood Beef, J‘ork, Mutton. Veal and Vegetable* as before t
fire. Hi* will be happy to wait on all, and assures tin
that he designs keeping the 1n*'t meat to be found in Ce
fornia. Nevada, August i.0. 185*’—Ifi-tf.
K E l'STO N E M A ltKET
rnilE SUBSCRIBERS having just complete 1 their Nt
1 ; • '
Shire, near the foot of Main and Broa l street*, b
leave to inform their friends and the public that they hu
now removed to the above Stand, where they are prepai
to .serve their oi l customers and the public with
The flu.Dent Meat-* and VrgetiiblcM
which can be found in the Market, and at prices low enouj
to be in keeping with the time*.
We kill none but American cattle of the best qunlil
and keep always on hand u good supply of meats of
kinds. KENT k McALLlSTKR.
Nevada, August 20th. 184P— 16-tf
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, STEEI
CROCKERY,
fin HE UNDERSIGNED has lor sale a general a«sortine
A of goods in the above line, including Miner’s. Blac
smith’s. Carpenter’s and nil other TOOL**; Boil ling liar
ware. House keeping Article*; Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnis
&c.; Wooden ware, Ijuups, Brushes, Cordage, kc.. at tl
lowest prices. JAMES H. GAGER,
Junction of Main and Commercial .-Is., Nevada.
August 18th. 1856.—K-tf
H
8. ROSENTHAL & BROTHER,
AVE opened their DRYGOODS Establishment, on t
tli
Comer of Main and Washington Streets, where
j will remain until their Brick Store is repaired.
' Our old friends and customer* are invited to give us a ca
Nevada, Aug. 90, I960. 46*41
UNITED STATES BAKERY,
Pine Street, first Door below Kidd k Knox’* Brick Store
THE UNDERSIGNED, having rebuilt and fitted up tin
BAKERY, on the site of the old stand, .ire nov pi
parol to furnish their old customers, and all who may gi
them a call, with all kind* of BREAD and CAKE at pne
to suit the times.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD AND GRAHAM BREAD of
very superior quality, constantly on hand; also,
Fruit, Lemon, Pound and Sponge Cake.
Wedding Parties, Families ami Restaurant* supplied wi
every variety qf Bread and Pastry usually found in Nc
York Bakeries, at wholesale price*.
A good assortment of PIE FRUITS. JAMS. JELLIF
FIGS, PRUNES. TAMARINDS, STRAWBERRIES, kc.
Ai*FRESH EGGS and CHEESE constantly on hand.* i£f
42 tf DR El FOSS k LEPPERJ.
RANCH FOR HALE.
THE undersigned offer for sale their RANCH, aitua*
between Montezuma ami Columbia Hills, on the Sou
Yuba, consisting of four hundred ami eighty acre* of lan
surveyed and recorded according to law. The Ranch
partly fenced in, and rails enough are made to fence it a
A good House, Burn. Outhouses, &c., have been built <
the main road leading from Robinson’* Bridge to the n
ning town* above. Six ton* ol Hay, at least, can lie c
on the Ranch each year.
Also, a *et of MIXING CLAIMS, on Little «Sbadv Croc
about a mile l*low the Ranch, with sufficient water
work them in the winter season, tree of cost. The Clair
jiay twenty dollars to the hand per day, and will last f
three seasons more. Persons wishing to purchase t]
claim* can have the privilege of prospecting them.
The Ranch and Claims will be sold separately or togetb
cheap for cash. Apply at the Ranch, to
45-3m* JOSEPH AGGELER k CO.
TOB PRINTING,
♦ I cute! at this Office
OF AIX KINDS, NEATLY EX
BOOK STORES.
J. E. HAMLIN,
No. 63 Broud street, Comer of Tine,
to
GENERAL DEALER IN
Books, Stationery, Musical Instruments, Mi
sic, Cutlery Gold Pens, Pencils,
Drawl me Paper, Fancy
Goods, Toys. &c.
BEOS LEAVE to call the attention of the public to 1
uew ami well assorted stock of Law. Medical. Misceli
neous and School Books, Stationery. Cheap I’ublicatioi
and all the current Literature of the day. Comprisim
| good variety of each of the different departments. All
! which will be sold at unprecedented LOW PRICES
! Also. Magazines, Newspapers, &c., from almost eve
! part of the world.
Simmer Payer* and California Weeklies , neatly pul
I for mailinq—POSTAGE FREE.
4C-tf J. E. HAMLIN.
Good News and New Books!!
PIONEER BOOK, STATIONER
AND NEWSPAPER DEfOT.
»y
Uy
!ly |
lid
GW. WFLCH. has volunteered to sup|ly his frier
• and the public generally, with Literature of t
choicest kind and on the most reasonable terms, at
Wholesale and Retail,
Comprising Standard and Miscellaneous Works, and all
kinds of Books Stationery.
BLANK BOOKS, DRAWING PA^ER,
SCHOOL BOOKS, PRINTING CARDS,
POETICAL WORKS. TISSUE PAPER,
HISTORICAL WORKS, FANCY PAPER & ENV’P
MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENT!:
GOLD PENS AND CUTLERY,
Together with all the late Publications of the day. Atli
tic and Foreign Papers, Magazine* and Periodicals, bv t
arrival of each Steamer. ADo, a large Circulating Libre
of the latent Publications.
jfcj- Steamer Papers in wrappers, Tostage Free.
No.34, Main st., Crittenden’s Fire Proof Brick.
G. W. WEi.ru
August. .°.0, 1856. 4C-t
HOTELS.
S IE Ii R A NEVADA II O T E L,
(North San Juan, Necada County,)
THE UNTER'IGNED, having leased the above w
a*
known Hotel, arc prepared to receive their frier
and the public. We will endeavor to make all feed at hoi
who may visit us.
PARKER H. PIERCE
FRED’K. BECKTEL.
North San Juan, Aug. 10th, 1856.—hMf
NATIONAL. EXCHANGE,
No 34 Broad Street, Nevada.
THE undersigned late proprietor* of the United Sta'
Hotel, having leased Blcknell’a illnrk and hai
somely fitted it up throughout, are now prepare*! to ncco
miniate permanent ami transient Boarders, in a style i
surpassed in the State.
The Table will at all times bo supplied with all the i
rieties 1 Do market afford**.
Tin- Bed* and Furniture are all new and for st;
and comfort, cannot be excelled.
Particular attention will lie paid to the accommodati
of Ladle* and Familfte*.
Having had long experience in the business, we are ci
fident of being able to make the NATIONAL, one of t
most desirable Hotels in the mountains.
Till* Block is substantially built of Brick, a
withstood the late disastrous tire—the rooms are airy a
well finished, and from the Balconies you have a splem
view of the surrounding country.
mr a r k n a i. I sight
Hie Bar will ho under the supervision of Mr. THOM
HENRY, and will at all times be supplied with the choic
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS.
PEARSON &1IEALY, Proprietors
Nevada Aug. ‘JO. 1856. 46-t
PACIFIC HOT EE.
rpHE undersigned, formerly Proprietor of the Pacific R
J taurant, begs leave to inform his friends, and the pi
lie generally, that ho has located himsHf for the presc
On the Comer of Nevada and Water Street*,
on the hill in rear of fiis oi l Stand, (Pacific Rodaurar
And hopes by strict attention to business, and furnish!
his table with the best the market affords, to still meri
share of their patronage.
4 REG FLA I I INS AND TERMS AP AT OLD STAND. ‘U 3
s. W. GRCSll, Proprietor
P. S. The undersigned takes this opportunity to ten*
his thanks to liis friends, for their former patronage—ti>
effort* in trying to save his property at the late fire, a
assistance in commencing business since.
S. W. CRUSH
Nevada. 1* 1W\—
nd
BUY FRESH HEALTHY FLOUR ! !
THE NEVA DA FLOUR MILLS A RE M l KING Til
lest Flour in this State ,
MINERS and others who wish good Flour, will do v
to enquire for that made at the above Mill. Xea
all the merchant* keep it for sale.
—FOR SALK AT THE MILL—
Ground Barley.
Middling*,
Short*,
And Brai
4f-tf W. J. TILLEY.
AUCTION ! AUCTION !! AUCTION ! I
Every Day and Night,
Once more at the Old Stan I on Commercial Street.
I
IJiy Re d Sipn ,
Cheap John’s Auction & Commission Stoi
tr.
Iwiij, si i.i, at mine Annoy ufai. fsta"
. I'KItSON’AI. 1 KOPKKTV. nn.l MININ'!! ( I .A IMA,
very low jierceutage. Persons hav ing proper! v of the abr
description for sale, by giving me notice will have eve
attention paid to it.
H. SHIRPSER returns thanks to bis friend■* and tlie pi
He for the very liberal patronage heretofore In*dowe l up
him. and Iiojkm to again see them at his old place, win
In* will endeavor to satisfy them once more.
I have n very fine assortment of CLOTHING of nil kin
BOOTS and SHOES, HATS. BLANKETS. YANKEE >
DONS. CUTLERY. PERFUMERY. TOBACCO. SEGA!
I ‘LAYING CARDS, kc. % which 1 will sell che iper than c
be iKMiglit at any other place in the mountain-*. Give
a rail an I examine my stock, which I bought expressly
this market, at prices to suit the time.*.
Remember the Oil Cheap John, where the Red F
waves once more, on Commercial street.
My oi l motto is. 4, I have no more and take no less.” s
that is the price. II. MIIID’SER,
40-tf Licensed Auctioneer lor Nevada Uotin’v
PHILADELPHIA STORE,
10 COMMERCIAL HTREKT, OXK D ><>R BELOW TIIKol.D STAND
Tweuly-fivf per t ent. Cheaper limit befu
llie Fire.
TT17L take i Da-urc in announcing to the citizens of Xu
YY da and vicinity, that the
Philadelphia Store i < again open on Commercial St.
•me d /or Letaio the <A / Stan (.
ed
We liave recently received a largo stock of New Goo
which will be sold twenty-five per cent cheajier than e
before offered in this market.
The goods are of the best quality, and consist in part
follows:
Carpet*.—5.000 yds. Three I ly, Brussel*. Ingrain,
color*.
Matting.— Large quantities from 4-4 to C-4, cheap
Floor oil Cloths.
Table Covert.—Worstedand Linen, of allkind*;Sw
Muslin, Jaconet, and Cross-bar, too nuinerou* to rnentii
1.000 PIECES IRISH LINEN, at (til price*.
Dr ©a* Good*— 15,000 yds. flue styles figured Fren
l-ivvn. all colors.
0.000 yds plain French Lawn, all colors,
0,000 “ linen very rich,
4,000 “ Chambrai. ull color*.
100 embroidered Swiss dresses, latest style,
2,000 yds plain English (’bally, richest of all,
1*2.000 “ figured Borage, al o Silk Tissue.
600 fine Mohair Rofft* Dresses; also the sumo wl
flouncing.
20,000 yds French Calico, all c dors,
Silk*—Murrantique. I laid, I lain, and ChangaUle. (t
latest and richest Htvfe*;) aDo any color of Florence . w ilk<
Mantillas.— 'ilk, Fat in and Licv. of every d»- oriptu
Hon nit*.— Leghorn. Split Straw, ''ilk, Mohair, Sat
Silk Ojen Work, all kind* of ladies’ Riding Hats, Gir
Flats, and Boys’ Hats.
Gingham* —\ very rich assortment.
Embroideries, Edging and Lace, t he richest style on bar
and we call eqiecial attention to them.
THE KIt'llKST HTYI.K OF KJf IlKUlDKKKD HANDKERCHIEF!*.
Damask.— -ilk and Worsted, of all color*.
Cotton.— Bleached Muslin, 4-1-10, clieaper than li
ever before been wild.
Alexander’s Kidd Gloves; aDo Silk Gloves and Silk Mils
Lawn UrtriHt'N, at One Dollar.
Ltdies’ Shoes and Gaiters, of all kinds,
ladies are invited to call and examine our Goods, a
ascertain our prices, before purchasing elsewhere.
ik%> RememJ/er the Number,— Philadelphia Dry Go<
Store, 19 Commercial Sired.
SHEKEL ti COHN.
Nevada, Aug. 18. 1856. 4r.*r
O UM3IOIVS . —STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Cuixty
vada, Township of Bridge|K>rt.
Justices (’ourt, liefore R. 11. FARQCHAR. Justice of t
ok >
’ADA, Township of Bridgeport,
tices Court, b
1 ’eaoe.
The people of the State of California to W. F. J. HARR
You are hereby summoned to appear before the unersign
Justice of the Peace at his office in North Fan Juan in si
Township, on Thursday the 20th day of November. A.
185H. at 10 o'clock A. M., to answer to the complaint
ANTHONY CROSBY, who lias brought suit against yon,
behalf of AARON DAVIS for the recovery of the sum of c
hundred and eighty five dollars and fifty-two cents, as j
account an 1 affidavit now on file in the*office of the und
signed. On failure ho to appear and answer, judgemt
will be rendered against you lor said sum of one liundi
and eighty-five dollars and fifty-two cent damages and co.
of suit.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of said County Grcetir
—Make legal service and due return liereof.
Given under my hand this J)th day of Aug., I860.
R H. FARQCHAR, J. P.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that t
above uamed defen *ent is not withiu the State, it is order
that service be made by publication of the Summons iu t
Nevada Democrat ouce per week for 3 months, from t
dale hereof.
Witness my hand this 20th day of August, 1866.
47-3m R. H. FAKQCHAR, J F.
id
DRUG STORES.
H
BROAD STREET DRUG STORE.
H. YVICKES & CO., (Successors to W.
. ALBAN,) Wholesale and Retail I'ealcrs in
Drugs , ”
Medicines,
Chemicals,
Dye Stuffs,
Paints,
Tn 'jm'inr.
White Leead,
Bed Lead,
Litharges,
Brushes,
Alcohol,
Starch,
Pearl Brandy,
Jhjioca,
Canary Seed,
/.tnserf Oil.
Ctypel Varni h,
Japan Varnish,
Coach Varni h..
Dansar Varnish,
Putty.
Zinc Paint,
Porcelain White,
Part trine.
Sherry Wine,
Ataleira trine,
Fine B.-anJy,
Finland Gin.
Window Gian,
Lard Oil.
Sperm OH,
Polar Oil,
Pi h Oil,
Castor ( il.
A ’eats Fort Oil,
Patent Medicines,
Perf t tmery,
Cooling Extracts,
Srirte.
Bay Bum.
Sarsaparilla,
Wetter’s Cordial,
Cherry Pectoral,
Widar’s Balsam.
Together with a general and com] late assortment of
articles in our line, whicli will be sold at prices as low
tliev can be afforded in the monn'ain*.
1 bysiciaus prescriptions carefully compounded.
HR. H. II, W1CKKS & CO.
Corner ot Broad and Pine streets.
Nevada. June ?4th. 1R.V.—<‘\tf
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
DU. JOHN LARK,
NO. 3?, MAIN STREET, NEVADA.
HAS JUST RECEIVED, in addition to bis former 1st
Stock, a Fresh Invoice of clioico Drug*, Medicin*
Paints, Oili, FRESH CAMIT1IXE, Dye Stulls, Brushes. l’<
fumery, Fancy Articles, Shoulder Brace#, Trusses, Flavi
ing extracts. Alcohol, Burning Fluid, Turpentine, Varni-
Atlantic White Lead, and a general assortment of l*atc
Medicines consisting in jsirt of the following:
Osgood’s Cholagogue;
Rhodes Fever ami Ag ie Cure;
Ayers’ Cherry J'ec'oral*
Wistar’.s Bnl am Wild Cherry;
Jayne’s Medicines
Gmffonborg’s Medicines;
band’s. Bull’s. Corbett's, Guvsott’s, and Townsen
Sarsaparilla*
Gcoghcgan’*. llyuropiper;
1'nreira’s. Italian Remedy;
Marshall’s Catholicon:
Thorn’s Extract; Gargling Oil;
Rad wav’s Ready Relief;
I’arrv Davis’ Pain Killer;
Mexican Mustang Liniment;
Hebrew 1 laster;
Tally’s Pain Extractor;
Holloway’s Ointment:
Bowman’s Ointment ror Horses;
Bowman's Condition Powders;
Russia Solve;
Green Mountain Ointment;
Thompson’s Eye Water;
Ayer’s, Jayne’s, Wright’s, Moffatt’s, Brandrcth’s, Le<
Cook’s, and McLane’.s Pills.
My Stock is large, and assortment complete, comprisi;
every article required by the trade.
Orders from Druggists, Physicians and Merchants soli»
ted. 1’articular attention given to packing and fonvardii
goods.
Physicians’ prescriptions carefully compounded, and
a reasonable price.
Agent tor I'areira’s Italian Remely, Rhodes’ Fever ar
Aguo Cure, Bowman’s Condition Powder and Ointment.
JOHN DARK.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 82 Main Street. Nevada.
FRESH DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS!!
T F .UtDOLl’H, Xo. !jl Commercial Strtc
e* • Huvii
ing lost his entire stock of Drugs and Medicin
by the late tire, has again fittr* l up a? Ills OLD STAND, nr
is prepared to supply his Friend; and Customers with Un
dulteratcd Medicines. Every article will he fonn 1 as repr
sented, having been chosen by himself in San Franc!sc
Family Receipts, and Physician’s Prescriptions put up wil
the same care and skill that has heretofore churactcrizi
his establishment.
Cl UISOTT’3 SARSAPARILLA. For sale by
X R1 ! (m.'-h. itrundat,
21 Commercial street.
D
AVIS’S PAIN KILLER.
For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
*21 Commercial street.
M
EX1CAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
‘21 Commercial street.
hr
A
YRES CHERRY PECTORAL. For sale by
RUDOLPH. I'ruggist
*21 Commercial street.
WISTAR’S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. For sale b
RUDOl.i H, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
1 AN ARY SEED. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
HEMP SEED. For sule by
EC1
RUDOLPH. Druggist.
21 Commercial street.
JAYNES’ HAIR TONIC. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist.
40-tf 21 Commercial street.
HECICER’S FARINA. For sal * by
RUDOLPH, Druggist.
21 Commercial street.
BATCHELOR’S HAIR DYE. For sale by
RUDOLPH Druggist.
21 Commercial street.
BOOLE’S HYPERION FLUID. For ale bv
RITOLPH, Druggist.
21 Commercial street.
BROWN’S ESSENCE OF GINGER. For sale by
RUPOIJH, Druggist,
21 Commercial .street.
JAYNE’S EXPECTORANT. For sale by
RUI OUT!. Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
M CLANK’S VERMIFUGE. For sale by
RUPOL 1 il, Druggist,
*21 Commercial street
NERVE & BUNK UNIMKNT. For sale hv
RCDOUTI. Druggist,
°1 Commercial street.
LYONS’ KATHAIUON. For -ale by
RUDOIJ’II, Druggist,
21 Commercial atreoL
HKJFLAND’d GERMAN BITTERS. For #ale by
RUDOLPH. Druggist,
*1 'Commercial street,
Ki LDINGER’S LI XI MX FT. For vale by
RUDOLPH. Druggist,
*. 1 Cojn'nerc’al afreet.
H» ILLOWAY ’S PILLS & <H STM ENT. F« »r sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street
(1 ERMAN CAMOMILE. For sale hv
X RFDOIJ H, Druggist,
*21 Commercial street
BAZIN’S SUPERIOR COLOGNE'*. For sale by
KL'LOL' II. Druggist,
21 Commercial street,
Irm.vs i:.\TP.\< T-- For ale by
j RUDOUTI, Druggist,
21 Commercial at root.
SOAPS, In Variety For sale by
1 RUJ OLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
IOW’3 BROWN WINDSOR SOAP. For aleby
_j HIM OIJ’H, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
JJAY RUM. For sale by
RUDOLPH, DruggisL
::l Commercial stroct.
110UTH POWD1 W. ! m sale b\
UUDOL 1 H, Druggist.
21 Commercial street.
STATE OF l VLIFOIt VIA, County of Neva
ss.—In County Court.—In the matter ot the applicuti
of D. W* TAYLOR, an Insolvent Debtor, to be dUcbarg
from his debt*.—In pursuance of an order this day ina
l»y the H«*n. T. II. ( aswell, County Judge in and for s»
county, all the creditors oi the Maid Insolvent are here
notified to be and appear before the Hon. T. II, Casw<
County Judge, in chambers in the Court House, in t
City of Nevada, on Thursday, the 314 day of July, A.
1800, then and there to show cause, if any they can. w
an assignment should not be made of the Estate of Maid
solvent, and he bo dischared from his debts as an Ins du
I ebtor.
hi witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and
fixe I the seal of the County Court, this l*t day of Ju
A . D. 1856. J. H. IWMWK’K, Clerk.
40 4w By T. Eli.ako Rka.vs, Deputy
Time for meeting of creditors postponed by order of t
Court to the ,0th day of v ej item her i860, and all proc**-
ings at law and equity against in.snl .eat, stayed until fii
judgement in the case. THO’tf. II. CASWELL,
48-3W Co inty Judge.
(.so. i 4. j
A X ORDINANCE IN RELATION It) THE CITY I
A MCE.
Toe Trustee# of the City of Nevada do ordain us follows:
Sucre»?•' 1. From and after the twelfth day of Septemb
D. 1856, the police force ot the City of Nevada shall c<
sist of the Marshal ami Deputy Marshal.
Sue. 2. The Marahul shall nave power, by and with 1
advice and consent of the 1 resident of the Board ol Tr
tees, to ap)M.int special Policemen, who shall serve for su
length of time as may be doemtxi necessary.
Passed August 21, 1856.
C. T. OVERTON, President,
T. H. Rolfk, Clerk. [A1
TETOTICB TO PROPRIETORS OF QUARTZ MILLS.
1X1 The subscriber, late Amalgamator and Book-keeper
tne Pioneer Quartz Mill, (W. S. McMurtry, Superintonden
Humbug Canon, is now open for an engagement in t
Niiue caj>acity. Address GEORGE HARiUNS,
Care of Wells, Fargo At Co., Grass Valley,
if " or James Wall
SAN FRANCISCO.
TILTON & McFARLAND’S
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Aue no tra c h V4 has BEEN REPRESENTED, b
have withstood in California, as well as In Uie Eai
the hotted fires known.
The sabicriber lui* the largest an'l best assortment
Safes on the Pacific coast which he will sell at a small a
▼once on New York price*, lie is in constant receipt
Safes direct from the manufacturers, and warrants esrei
Safe perfectly fire proof an 1 free from any dampness. It
uscle;* to speak of an article «o well known, but we appei
the following for the benefit of those who are unacquaiu
«d with the aaticle.
F. TILLMAN, 90 Battery Street.
STATE of California, County of Nevada, •
—Ino. Patti-on being duly sworn, deposes and as
that he is the Agent of Langton’i Pioneer Express at N
rads: that he had in his • .(lino one Tilton A McFarland
Fire Proof Safes and that t tie same withstood the fire
the lfitli o( July without its contents being injured in ai
way or form whatsoever.
JNO. PATT1SON, Agent of Langton & Co.
Subscribed and sworn before me this 29th day of July, .
P., 1869.
J. H. B0STW1CK, Clerk, N. C.
By Thomas P. Hawley, Peputy.
Nevada, July 29,1866.
FTII.liM.VN, Estp. 00 Battery Streets.
• Pear Sir.: The Iron Safe we purchased from you la
fall had bat little in it, as we had gone out of trade, ai
had an office on the sooonJ story, where all our books we
kept at the time, thinking the building was fire pro*
there was, however, some $5,000 in coin in many purse
which were entirely safe; ill .o some PAPERS that came oi
without a scorch; in fact, the stafe opened well, and I thii
the books woult have been perfectly safe, —and it was tl
hotte.t firealmott ever witnessed. Yours truly,
40-lin . J. W. filRER,
late of Crier & Henry.
CARPETS,
Oil. CT.OTHS,
WINDOW SHADES,
PAPER HANGINGS, &
At Wholesale ami Retail.
JUFT RECEIVED from Auction an elegant assortment
English, Brussels, Three-ply. and Ingrain Carpets; Flc
Oilcloths; Window Shadn; Curtain Goods; Paper llati
mg-; Gilt Cornice.; Bind: Aw
Selling oJ at Iog than New York prices, at
• KENNEDY ft BELL'S
Cheap Carpet Warehouse,
No. 140 Sacramento street,
Sao Francisco.
Remember No. 110 Sacramento street, thira house abo
Montgomery street, SAN FRANCISCO. 48-3m
GEO, J. BROOKS & CO.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
NO. 123 SANS0ME STREET\ SAN FRANCISCI
Agents for Ja.mf.-j Conner a Sons’ Tyvk For: dry. ,
Tyi E, Cases, Stand*, Bra-<sand W<xh1 Rules, with a coi
pleto assortment of all kinds of PRINTING MATE!
Al/\ alvay* on hand. AI o
RUGGLES’ JOB ITA-l.S.
RUGGERS’ CARD (.TITERS,
HOE'S IM PEREAL PRINTING PRESd,
HOE’S PROOF PRESSES,
IiOE’6 PAPER CUTTERS.
15,000 Reaim Printing Taper, all sizei
Pino Book Paper,
Manilla Wrapping Paper,
Hardware Paper,
Trouble Conn. Straw,
LightbodyV* Celebrated News Ink,
“ Fine Book Ink,
Colored Inks in Cans and Printer’s Varnish.
August, 16, 185:\
2,000
10,000 “
5,000 “
20,000 “
10.000 Lb%
2,01 X)
AMERICAN EXCII AS G E ,
—formerly—
WII«ON’3 EXCHANGE.
WW. ESTABROOK. Proprietor of I lie above Esfabli?
• ment, in announcing to the Public that hereaf!
this popular Hotel will be known as the AMERICAN Id
CHANGE, avail i him ell of this occasion to add, that t
Hou-c ha? just boon thoroughly painted and otherwise ii
proved by alteration and the addition of New Fumitu
that lie is not unmindful of the patronage received fix
the State, and those vi iting our .bhores. Relying ujamt
pubi c and comm rnity for support, and assured that hi
ce*s depends upon the well directed c.Torts, in order to «
isfy the wants of his goods. ho will endeavor to make t
a prominent object, and render tiic EXCHANGE the b
and most popular Hotel in the State.
San KrnnoHCT .lone 11th. lP.Vk—10-3m
KXClIAAbE AT MIGHT,
ON BA NIC OF AMERICA, New York,
ON WEBSTER BANK. Boston, and
ON W. T. COLEMAN k CO., Now York,
IN SUMS TO SUIT,
WM. T. COLEMAN A CO.,
Corner Cal o/nia and Front Streets,
Sm Franc!’Co,
For sale by
3t.°m
LEGAL NOTICES.
STATF3 OF C AT.IPOUIVIA, County of Novae
s-.—!M«trict Court of the Fourteenth Judicial IHstr
of said State.—The People nfCaEforiiin to WM. B. MORI
—Greeting—You are hereby commanded to appear and ii
swer within ten day j after the ‘Orvice of this writ, If serv
in this County, within twenty clays, if served in this I)
trict and nut of this County, and within forty days, if soi
el in this State and out of the f i strict, the coin plaint
RAPHAEL TORTER and STANLEY JOHNSON, J laintIf
now on tile In the Clerk’s office of the District Court afoi
«yiid, Again** you a» Defen lant, for the recovery of Twen
Three Hundred nnd Sixty One I ollars and Ninety-Fo
Cents, with intere t tliev m at the rate of two per cent p
month from the 10th da y of Jane, A. D. 1855, and su<
j other rel ! ef nil* prove 1 for in sail complaint, a copy
which is herewith serve 1.
Or in case of your fail ire to appear and answer said coi
plaint, the sai l I’lainti Ts will ta! ■ Jud foment against yc
therefor by de r a< It, together with damages and costs
suit, and nl«> denrin l of the Court auoh other relief as
prayed for in their fluid complaint.
In testirn mv whereof I. J. II. B>stwick, Clerk of t
Fourteenth Judicial District Court aforesaid, doherunto t.
i iny hand and impress the seal of said Court, this 15th di
of July, A. D. 1850.
J. II. BOSTWICK, Clerk.
By Tn »mas p. IIawlky, Deputy.
Dunn a MBRcnnu, Attorneys for 1 'laintlffr,
rORTER k JOHNSON v . WM. B. MORRIS.—In Distrl
Court, Fourteenth Judicial District.—It appearing ton
sati'fiction, from the c«unj hunt and i*f« lavit this day flit
in the above entitle lc*i •• tint tl:.-; I > ili.U have good can
of action, nii'l that flu* IVfen Uot is a u<m*resident of th
Stale, it U orderel tint nor vie* of summons in the abo
enii:l • l ciuse bo m i le by publi thing the name in the N
vadn Democrat for the period of throe,months.
Given under my han V thi - July If th. A. I). 185S.
TIIO. H. CASWELL County Judge.
A true copy, Attest: J. H. BOSTWICK, Clerk.
4f-3m By Tii'ima \P. IT a vt ley, Deputy.
rS THIS M.VrTEIl OF Till*. ESTATE O
WM. P. i lATT, decea e-When JOSHUA MU
IA)Y. Administrator of mid Ku*"o, k.t- this day filed 1
petition [ raving for h*ave to srh up the property! both re
; and personal, belonging to said E**t r i'o. Therefore. all |*
] sons intern de 1 are hereby cited to b? up j tear at the <
■ (ice of the Probate Judge of Nevada county. onSATURDA’
1 the D th day of August m \t, io chow cause, if any th<
have, why the prayer of sai 1 petit loner should not 1
| granted. By order of th© Probate* omt. Attest,:
J. H. BOSrWICK, Oerk.
Nevada. July 10th. 185°.—15-5w
ADjMIMSTRATORS’S INGTirK— Notice
herebv g.von to ail jierson* having claims against tl
! l.state of WM. P. PI.ATT, deceased, late of the Townsh
and County of Nevada, to exhibit them with the necessa
vouchers, within ten months after the first publication
this notice, to wit. the loth day July. 1856, to the u;
dorsigned. at the office ofCha e & Hupp, in Nevada, or tl
same will be forever barred.
JOSHUA MEI.I.OY,
45-tw Administrator.
A DMIMSTK \ TOIL’S IYOTK'12. —Notice is her
hy given to all pe. -on. having claims against the ii
late o’l JOS El H B. AI‘AM deceased, late of Township at
County of Nevada, to exhibit them with the nec*.*saa
vouchers, within ten months after the first publication
this notice to wit: the 20th day of August 1856 to the u
dorsigned, at the office of Chase & Hr Pi* in Nevada, or tl
same will b« forever barred.
JOHN M. SHUSTER,
46* 4 w Administrator.
ADTII.M.Vril ATUIPS NOTICE. —NOTICE
herebv given to nil persons having claims against tl
estate of AM REW C. McCOY, «letva>ed, late of the Tow
ship of Bridgeisirt, in the County c4‘ Nevada, to exhit
them with the necessary viuioher. within tea months aft
tin* first publication of this notice, to wit, the 20th day
August. 1 85*}. to the undersigned, at Bridgeport, aforesal
or the same will be f«m»ver banxl.
ALVITN T. MeCOY, Administrator.
46-4w By Chase A Hi:pi*, Attorneys.
A DMIKISTK ATOirS IVOTICE.—Notice is her
by given to all per sun hoi ling claims against the F
latent J H BAhl.uW. decayed, to preseut the same
EDWARD 'KIEF, at Sin Juan. Nevada County, for pa
nieut; and ail | orsons indebted to the Estate are request*
to make hum:* Rate pay meat.
i.f.o. A. HARROW, Administrator
41 *hv of the Estate of J. 11. Raiil )W, deceased.
NEVADA DEMOCRAT
J OII PIII \ T I N c; OFFICE
BROAD IH’REET,
BEING lurnKlu'l witli a new nnfi complete assortment
JOB TYI’E. we ure prepare 1 to execute
PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
in a incline.' that cannot Lr.l to give satisfaction to ftii wl
may lavor us with a call.
4hose in want of
Cards, Circulars,
Blit Urmia, Lair Blanks,
Pasters, Handbills,
Ball Tickets, Catalogues,
HI 11s or Fare, PrognuiunM,
Books, Pamphlets,
Cheeks, Drafts, die.
will do well to give i;s a call. large reduction, made h*oi
••old California” pric***

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