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Arrest m.i! Execution cf Tom Beil.
There can now be little doubt that Tom Bell, the notorious highwayman, was arrested and executed on Monday, the 6th inst., near the Merced river. The San Francisco Sun gives the following particulars of his capture and ex ecution: At six o’clock in the afternoon of Monday a party of nine men, led by Mr. Joseph Belt, sud denly came on Bell, who had just crossed the Merced river, from a rancho inhabited by a white woman and her two daughters; Bell was in conversation with a Mexican, his right leg over the pummel of the saddle, and perfectly unsuspicious of the near viciuage of his pursu ers. So sudden and complete was the surprise, that before Bell could draw a weapon, the rifles of the party were leveled on his person, at a distance of not more than ten yards. He imme diately yielded, confessed his identity, and was ordered to prepare for execution. He then ask ed for a short time to enable him to write to his family in Tennessee—which was granted, and he employed four hours in writing two letters. Previous to his execution, he stated that his real name was Thomas Hodges, and tiiat he was born in Rome, Tennessee. Bell was executed betweeu the Cowchilla and Merced rivers. On being questioned as to the attack made on him, and two of bis gang, a few days ago, he replied that he had been engaged in n tight on Tuesday previous, with a party of men unknown to him, and was ignorant of the fate of his comrades. — He himself escaped unhurt. The San Joaquin Republican, of Thursday last, says that Mrs. Cullers and her three daughters arrived in Stockton the day before, direct from Bell's rendezvous, on Tulare Slough. That pa per further says: In a conversation wc had with Mrs. Cullers, after her arrival, she, with great freedom and precision, put us in possession of many interest ing details connected with Bell and ins follow ers. It appears that she formerly kept a public house on the Nevada and Sacramento road, kuown as the ‘•Western Exchange,” and made the acquaintance of Tom Bell ami many of his men while she resided at that place, as they had a practice of making her house their resting place. Bell introduced himself to Mrs. C. as George __ Brooks, and by that name only she knew him until the day of bis death. In the mouth of August she sold out, and with her three daughters and a hired man, named Farns worth, (one of the two men arrested a few days since by John McNish and party, at Tulare Slough,) she started for Sacramento. On the * evening of the first day after her departure, Tom Bell and three companions overtook her, and wauted to know where she was going; and open being told, he unfolded a plan which he had in view, which was, for her to remove to the Four Creeks country, and there settle down and send her daughters to school, and take up the business of stock-raising. By the influence | of threats and persuasion, she finally consented to do as Bell desired, and set out upon the jour ney, never halting until the party, eight or nine in number, arrived at the point above named. A large portion of the gang under the lead of Monte Jack, w hose field of operations is in the northern portion of the State, Mrs. C. has never •een. Their head quarters is in a secluded cave in the mountains, difficult of access, from which they issue in parties of four .or liv e each, to commit their depredations. The whole band, she had heard, consistcdof forty eight men, who were bound by the most solemn oaths to cling to each other, and to be avenged on any one who interfered with their organization. One of tile baud, known among his compan ions by the name of Edward S. Porter, our in formant states, was at one time a resident of Stockton. lie is represented us being one of the most depraved and unrelenting of those w ithin her acquaintance, and frequently swore, w ith terrible oaths, that any one who attempted to arrest him sliuuld feel Ins vengeance, sooner or later. The Mexican arrested and tried a few days since at Knight’s Ferry, served in the capacity of Bell’s w aiting man, and was brought to this country from Mexico l»y Bell's cousin. The above is about the substance of our informant’s i story. From other sources wc learn that when Bell was arrested, on Saturday last, he made not the slightest resistance—being taken completely by surprise. Seeing a party of men in advance of him, whom he supposed were elk-hunters, he ! concluded to turn aside from the main road a | short distance, until they passed. Ho never dis : covered liis mistake until he saw three double barreled guns leveled at him, while lie sat upon bis horse totally unprepared to resist his assail ants. Sketch of Tom Bum.. —Tom Bell, alia» Thos. Hodges, was born in Rome, Tennessee, and was probably about thirty-three years of age. Ho | served during the Mexican war as a non com missioned officer in the Tennessee Regiment of \ olunteers, Col. Cheatham, and w as discharged at the termination of the war. lie came to California in 1850, and at once embarked in all the dissipations of this most dissipated of nil countries, with the eagerness and ardor of his naturally ardent temperament. He was liber ally educated, having studk d the medical pro fession, and received a regular diploma; and an incident is related, showing that he possessed considerable surgical skill. A short time ago, a man was stopped and robbed on the highway by Tom and some of his gang, but not before he had shown resistance, which so enraged one of the robbers that he fired, shooting the man through the thigh and severing the femoral ar tery. Bell immediately dismounted, took up and tied the bleeding vessel with much skill, had the man conveyed to a house, giving direc tion for his treatment, and rode off'. The wounded traveller got well. He was of a most respectable family in Rome, Tennessee, and is said to have been a man of easy and polished manners when he chose to assume the gentle man. In 1855, he was arraigned and convicted of grand larceny in this city, and sentenced to five years in the State Prison at Angel’s Island, then under the wardenship of Col. Jack Ilayes. While there, Bell got sick, or pretended grievous illness, and tln;re being no physician on the Is land, he was sent, with others, by J. W. McKen zie. Overseer of the State Prison, to the county jail of San Francisco, in order that he might receive proper medical attention. While lu re, he looked so exceedingly enfeebled and reduced that he was granted the privilege of taking a little exercise, witli extended liberties. In a day or two after, Hodges made his escape, and nothing more was ever heard of him, until he turned up again in the person of the celebrated Tom Bell, the highwayman. The Democratic Party. —The Louisville Dem ocrat, in an able article on the democracy of the Union, makes the following truthful re marks : ••Whilst the contest rages between North and South, all is harmony and co-operation in the democratic party from Maine to California.— There is no quarrel between democrats North and South, but the most cordial concert. Upon the platform presenting the great sectional question, the democracy of Massachusetts said, unanimously, Aye; and the democracy of South Carolina responded, unanimously, Aye. Side by side, the democratic party of those two an tagonistic States stand as their fathers did in ’76. In every State o f this Union there is a powerful democratic party —not a faction with a presidential candidate only, but a party. It is doing its whole duty, under the responsibility of a patriotic party. Its nominees are in the field for every State office in every congression al and legislative district. It does not abandon its duty to the State authorities, nor hand over Congress to the control of abolitionists. Fa natics and traitors find, everywhere, that they must encounter this same democratic party. It | is the opponent of the whole batch of isms, and : lias the honor to be hated by them all.’’ SPECIAL NOTICES. Religious Notice— The REV. E. COOPER, of the Protestant Episcopal Chucrh, will hold service in Flur shutz building, (up stairs) Main street, on Sunday next, at 11 o’clock A. M. Sol Kohlman, Dealer In Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods, is doing babbies* again, as big as ever, at his old STAND, No. 46 Main street, Corner of Com mercial street. 46-tf Bridgeport Township Buchanan Club— This Club is now fully organised, and hold their regular meetings every SATURDAY EVENING, ut their Club Room, Theater Building, San Juan. The following named gentle men are the officer* of the Club. President —Parker II. Pieros. Vice President—L. C. McKkkut, Secretary—W. P. L. Wixham, Treasurer—L P. A Derr. Executive Committee—W. J. laird, Henry Everett. II. F. Swcetlund, M R. Winhnm, J. B. Johnson. [47-te Special Notice.— We have lost our Books and Papers nearly entire. All knowing themselves indebted to us will please ropoit at the earliest convenience. At the present time the cash for all bills would be very acceptable —in the mean time we shall call on all at sight. A. BLOCK L CO. Nevada, August 20th, 1866.—1C tf Dr. L. J. C’znpkay—The echo of the Doctor's fame lias been heard in these mountains, and we are lmppy to add ours to tlie influences which will make it reverberate throughout the length and breadth of the Sierra Nevada*. The I)r. is a gentleman of finished education, and his medi cal qualifications arc of the highest order, lie has been a surgeon and physician in the Hungarian army, and a pro fessor in the University of. Perth, and has come among us with credentials of the highest character. Since his estab lishment iu San Francisco he lias been applied to from ev ery part of the State, and lias effected cures that have baf fled the skill of some of the l*est physicians in the State.— The Doctor offers free consultation to all, by letter or oth rrwise. and guarantees a cure or no compensation. Wo eefer the reader to the Doctor’s advertisement in another columu. 42-tf I "'OR SALK —ONE BRICK HOUSE, TWO FRAME BUILDINGS, and one LOT, centrally located. Enquire ut this Office. 52-€m I'X)R SALE— Hie lot with the walls of a three story ’ Brick Building.*on Broad Street, next to Bicknell’s block, belonging to Geo. A. Young, will Is- sold on reason able terms. Apply to W. F. Anderson at the Democrat of fice. HOTEL FOR SALE. M NOTICE—’ The undersigned being desirous to dis continue the business of Hotel keeping would announce to the public that he offers for sale at a bargain, his inter est in the new and commodious House, known as the ORLEANS HOTEL , Situate in the pleasant village of Orleans Flat, Nevada Co. Said House is new and complete in every j»art, and for convenience, durability and taste, cannot be excelled in the Mountains. Adjoining, is a Bakery of large size, with fix tures complete', also a splendid lot of hogs, chickens, wood, out houses, kc. &c. The one half of this entire property can now be bought at a price far below its present value, and on terms that cannot fail to please, by applying to S. B. CAZEAUX, of Lington’s Express, Orleans Hat, who is mv authorized Agent. Orleans Hat, Sept. 28, 186G—1-tf C. A. LAWRENCE. TRUNKS! TRUNKS!! TRUNKS!!! DOLLAR TRUNKS, FOR HALE BY SOL KOHL MAN, No 45 Main Street, Corner Conmercial, Brick Building, opposite American Exchange, Nevada. I HUB PROOF PAINT, For .Sale by .FAMES H. GAGER, Sept. 1856. Junction Main ami Commercial .St. AMBRfCAJf EXCHANGE CIGAR STORK, Corner of Main and Washington Streets , up I IE Undersigned keeps constantly on hand the choicest J brands of Havana CIGARS, together with the host ar ticles of Chew ing and Smoking TOBACCO. For sale, whole gate and retail. [62-tf] A. WITKOW8KI. AUCTION SALES! P . W . T A Y L O It AUCTION AXD COMMISSION MERCHAXT. Fire l*roof Brick Store on Commercial Street. Especial attention ' ill be given t«> out door Real Estate, and every description of property and Merchandi e, in Ne vada or any part of the County. M j M'd*e. Soli< ied in\ Politic and Pri rtle SaP. Nevada Sept. 80. 1K5H—62-tf. The Pioneer Crockery Store Ahead!! At tlu* Old Stand, No. .*16, Main St. Nevada. WHERE MAY BE FOUND TI1F. BEST ASSORT incut of Good* ever offered in this Market, Which I will sell for Cash Cheaper than any other house - dare offer them. w 5(>0 Doz. Ikir and Table Tumblers Assorted Stiles, Fine Cut and Pressed Decanters. Fruit Dishes And GI.ohh Ware of every description, E. cry variety of Iron Stoneware. Any quantity of cheap 'Hihie Cutlery, Ivory Table and Dessert Knives, 1 la ted Spoons and Forks, a great variety, Hrittania Pitchers and Castors, a gr«*:tt variety, Uanipliene and Oil Side and Hanging Limps, Chandeliers and in fact, everything periaining to THE i lit ii K Eli V lit A PE. ALo, Cam phene and Burning Fluid, by the Case, Can or (tallon, always on hand, and for SALE CHEAP PUR CASH. Sfi) * Recollect the place, 30, Main Street. 50-tf D. CRITTENDEN. cfal Street. E. Ill CK WELL, D. D. S. DENTIST. GRADUATE «-r the Ohio Collie of Dental Sur gery, opposite Rudolph's Drug Store, Cummer (SUCCESSOR TO PR. S. C. M< IXTYRE.) Testimonial.— In bidding adieu to my friends and the public, I brg leave to return my sincere thanks for their patronage, and take pleasure in recommending 1 h*. BUCKWELL my successor, as a skillful and scientific gen tleman, and well worthy the public confidence. Nevada, Sept. 1866.—49-tf S. C. McINTYRE. HJE>® .0 —WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL— Liquor and Ale Store, C 0 .tf M E R C1A J. STREET , A r E A R V IX E, Where at all times can be found the finest Liquor*, Wine*, Ale* «fce. &c. In the market, at the LOWEST PRICES 48-tf D. D. JONES, 2d door lielnw A. Block & Co. Com. St. BRENTANO Fl UTII, Corner Main and Fu me Streets, North Sax Ji ax, Nevada County, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX Clothing, Gents Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoe*, Hats, Blankets, A: India Rubber Good*. KEEP constantly on hand the largest and best Selected Stock of Clothing »tc., in all its various branches to he found in any Mountain town. The citizens of San Juan and surrounding towns, will find it to their advantage to give us a call, and examine the PRICE and QUALITY be fore purchasing elsewhere. BRKNTANO & FURTH. North San Juan, fit ;>1.. 8, ?IH. — 18 tf Fall & Winter Clothing! A. BLOCK & CO., Corner of Commercial and Pine Streets, NEVADA. TTTOULD call the attention of the citizens of Nevada and V V surrounding country, to their large and well assorted ttock of Fall and Win Clothing, Ac., consisting in part of (oat*. Cloth and Fancy Ca«rimere Busines* Coats; Surtouts, Sacks, an l other styles of Overcoats (loth and long nap Talmas: Blue Pilot and Beaver Monkey Jackets; Fine Black (loth Frock Coats; Goto mixed Cassimcre Goat*. Vest*. Black Silk Velvet Vests, f latest style;) Black Figured Silk, t a* si mere and Satin Vests; Fancy and Plain Cassimcre Vests. Pant*. Plain and Fancy Cassimere Pants; Plain and Fancy Satinett Pants; Black and Cassimcre Pants; Tweed au<l Kentucky janes Pants. Shirt* and Drawer*. Davis & Jones’ Patent Shirts, (large stock;) Silk Uudershirt* and Drawers; White and Gray Merino Shirts and Drawers; Flannel, Check, and Hickory Shirts. Hat*. Black. Brown, and Pearl French Hats; Black, Brown, and Pearl Wool Hats. Blankets. White, Blue, Red and Gray Blanket*. Domestic. Four fourths Brow n and Bleached Sheeting. Together with a large assortment of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, In endless variety. Rubber. By clipper ships “M. D. Sutton,” “Polynesia,’* and "Ro bin Hood,” we are in receipt of a large stock of India Rnb ber Coat*, (black and white, some with cape*,) Boot* and Pants, imported direct from the New York manufactories, which will lx* offend to the trade at San Francisco price*, freight added. A. W/KK k CO. Nevada, Sept. 1856.—52- 1 f. MISCELLANEOUS. SOMETHING HEW AND NEEDED ! ! A Merchant Tailoring, and Gent’s Fur nishing Store. ALL of which the Subscriber has just opened in the ■ “DEMOCRAT BUILDING” Brood street. a few doors S below the U. S. Hotel corner, anti where can al iXways lie found the best of everything usually found in such establishments. I would particularly call the at tention of citizens generally, to my stock of French nml English C loths, t'aiilmrrcH, DOE-SKINS, SILK VELVET AN1) MAKS KILLS VKTIXG8; Which 1 will manufacture to order upon short notice, in the most fashionable style anti best workmanship, Always war ranting aft. Shirts. Colars, Drawers, Wrappers. Cravats, Hosiery and Gloves of all kinds anti descriptions. Extra fine Coats and Pants always on hand. jfjfr* Please tail and see for wmntb-es. * r &$L 47 tf A. G. PIER. Great Destruction of Property by the late Fire—.$1,500,000. New Stock on hand. NEVADA SHOE STORE. Commercial Street. Xejrt Door Below Landecker's. a- , .1. F. IIOOK would respect- A- r fully inform bis old customers anti the public, that he lias recently purchasetl a large and well as sorted stock o&BOOTS & SHOES and lias KE-OPKNKD his store on Commercial Street, (next door below Landeckor s Brick Shire) where he will he happy to serve all who may give him a call. lie has a full stock of Ladles* and Misses’ SHOES, Cents Fine BOOTS and GAITERS, and a splendid assortment of MINING BOOTS, constantly on hand, a REPAIRING done on the shortest notice. The Ladies and Gentlemen of Nevada, are respectfully invited to call and examine my stock. Aug. ‘201b, —17-tf. J. F. IUjpK. 33 i Hi n r cl Saloon! Main Street, Second story Hussey & Roger's Erick Ituilding HAHRINGTOiV & PATTERSON, — Late of Wilton's Exchange, Broad Shed — ANNOUNCE to their friend* and tin* Public, tlmt tlie.v have litU-d up this well known SAI,(X)X in a style of elegance and comfort, and are prepared for all who may fa vor them w ith n rail. The Bllllnrfl Table* will he found equal to any in the State, and those who delight in this pleasant game, w ill find this Saloon well adapted to enjoy it. The liar w ill at all times he supplied with the best LIQUORS AND SUGARS Which the market of San Francisco can afford, and no ex pense or pains will he spared on the part of the Proprietors to make this a popular and agreeable place of resort. Nevada. Sept. 1, 1850.-—48-tf CIGARS I CIGARS!! CIGARS!!! Junction of Main and Commercial Streets. H. & M. IIIHSCHMAN, 11Tould respectfully announce that they have recently VV received and are constantly receiving by express nnd other conveyances, the largest and best assortment of Fine Havana Clears, Choice Brands of To bacco, Pipes, Matches, Playing Cards, &c. Owe. ,vr.. Which will !«• sold lower than the same quality of articles can be bought in any other house in tins city. Our old friends anil r— . amors are invited to give us a call and satisfy themselves, in regard to the quality oi our Sto** 1 *. B&-Particular attention paid to order* from the Cimntry'i. <1 11 k M. HIRSCHMAN. 47-tf Junction Main Jc Commercial sts, T. ELLARD BEANS & C(L~ WHOI.ESAI.E AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Llquore, Quccnswnrr, Mining Tools, Owe., dir. At the old favorite .Stand "f HAMLET VA 1 IS. IN the Fire-l’roof IUoek of Kidd and Knox, opposite the United States Hotel, 62 llroad Struct, Nevada. HOTEJ. AND FAMILY STORES, In every variety and of the choicest qualities. DELIVERED UKEE OF CHARGE “S* Feptemher l.tli. 186C—60-tf IMPROVED DAGUERREOTYPES, And Glass Pictures, or Ambrotypcs! !>I It. ,T. M. IsEVEY, TIT0UU1 INFORM THE CITIZENS OF NEVADA AND VV vicinity, tlmt he lias just completed bis new rooms, situated on Main Street, n; few doors above tbo Nevada Journal Office, where he is nd;,v prepared to take every de scription of Plrtarm known Inline Photographic Art. The Rooms have been fitted up with every regard to con venience, and no expense 1ms been spared to make this es tablishment complete in every respect. He would further inform liis friends that he has just received from New York an invoice ol the newest and most elegant description of cases, &c. Stock of every description constantly on hand. N. B. Instruction given in every branch of tbo art. N■ iado A pt. 1S5C—50-tf G R B A T II A R G A I N s : : AS WE SHALL REMOVE FROM <>VR PRESENT PLACE of Business in a few weeks to Kidd k Knox's fire proof building Broad Street. opposite the United States Hotel, to wive the expense of removing our Goods, wo will sell our NEW STOCK at Greatly It e <1 u c e <! Prices, Indies should call soon before we connnece jacking up. STKJFEL k COHN. Nevada, Sept. 1.1958.—18 In HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, STEEL, ( ROCKERY, &c. FT6HE UNDERSIGNED 1ms for sale a general assortment X of goods in the uliove line, including Miner's. Black smith's, Carpenter’s nnd all other TOOL' 4 ; Building Hard ware. House keeping Articles; Paints, Oils, (ilass, Varnish, kc. ; Wooden ware. Lamps, Brushes, Cordage, kc.. at the lowest prices. JAMES H. GAGER, Junction of Main and Commercial Sts., Nevada. August 18th, 1856.—10-1 f TALLMAN tSi TURNER, At YntrsiihTallniniiNoId SlamlCoiumrrcInl at KEEP constantly on hand a splendid assortment of STOVES of alfdescriptions, HARDWARE. TIN WARE. IRON AND STEEL. BENCH PLANTS. BEAD PLANKS, DADE'S RABBIT PLANT*. TABLE CUTLERY, kc. In short nearly everything needed in the Mountain trade. Al so. HYDRAULIC PIPES, COUPLINGS, kc.. kc. JOB WORK done to order at shortest notice. 46-tf TALLMAN & TURNER. Clothing and Gent’s. Furnishing Goods. KENTUCKY STORE ALL RIGHT 1 C1 JOSEPHSON has just opened at the well known stand /. of the KENTUCKY STORE, corner of Broad & Pine streets, a complete and splendid assortment of Clothing, and Gentlemen’* Furnishing Goof!*, Which he will sell ('HEAP —having taken great pains in making bis selections from the hugest stocks in San Fran cisco, he feels confident that lie can suit all who may give him a call, both in quality, nnd price. He invites his old friends and the public generally, to come and see befor buyiug elsewhere. /j ig Xo Trouble to Show Gorkin. ■* uft Nevada, Aug. *20, 1856.—16-tf I v " tf an Fresh Meat! Fresh Meat!! CITY MARKET, Rronrt Street, Nevada. HIES MONROE would inform his old customer* nnd the public generally, rr.at be has re-established bis MEAT MARKET on Broad Street, and is ready to furnish good Beef, pork, Mutton. Veal and Vegetable* a* before tin fire. He will lie happy to wait on all. and assures tin in that he designs keeping the best meat to be found in Cali fornia. Nevada, Aug 20 1856—46-tf. Declaration —tateoi Californiacoi n ty of Nevada: s*.—Know all men by tin* e presents, that I. RfCKK MORRIS, now of the County of Nevada, do hereby declare my intention to avail myself of the provis ions of the Act entitled an Act to authorize married women to transact business in their own names as sole traders, passed April 12th. A. D. 1852; that the business I shall car ry on, or conduct will be that of keeping a Bar, soiling Liquor and Cigars, also other merchandise, in the city of Grass Valley, and county aforesaid, that the capital in vested or employed therein, docs not exceed the sum of live thousand dollars. Witness ray hand and Seal hereto affixed, this 7th day of October, A. D. 1856. In presence of her I. P. VAN HAGAN, R1CKE \ r MORRI-S, mark State of California, County of Nevada : ss.—Before mo this day personally, came tlie above named Ricko Morris, known to me as the person whose signature is affixed to the foregoing instrument who having been by me examined sejierate nnd ajiart from her husband, acknowledged to me that she executed the same freely and voluntarily for the purposes therein mentioned, and that she executed the same without any fear or compulsion on tlie part of her husband, and that she does not wish to retract the execu tion thereof. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand, this 7th day of Oct. A. D. 1856. I. P. V..N HAGAN, J. P. State of California County of Nevada.—1, J. H. Bostwick County Recorder in and lor said County do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of a Declaration this day tiled for record in my office. Witness my hand and official S«*a1 hereunto affixed this 7th day of Oct. A. I). 1856. J. H. BOSTWICK, Recorder. B) i n w. p. Hawut, Deputy, l 8 w I j'STRAY NOTICE—'CAME TO THE ENCL0SI RE It of tlie undersigned, on the (lerman Ranch, near 1 toluth bia Hill, a DARK BROWN PONY, marked by a SpauLh brand on the left Lip. The owner can have the same by proving property and j laying charges. 52-3w* ' A. MASON. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF NEVADA—ss : This is to notify the public that the co-partnership heretofore existing between CLEVELAND & HILES, Propri etors of the Virginia House in Nevada, is this day dissolv ed by mutual consent of all parties concerned, by and with the understanding that Spertack k liile« are to pay all out standing debts agamst said firm, and ull demands due said firm are to t* paid to SPERBECK k HILES. Nevada, Sept. Id. 1856.—52-3w* BOOK STORES. Good News and New Books!! PIONEER BOOK, STATIONERY AND NEWSPAPER DEPOT. GW. WELCH, lias volu ulcered to supply his friends • and the public generally, with Literature of the choicest kind, and on the most reasonable terms, at W n ii tl Retail, Comprising Standard j id Miscellaneous Works, and all kinds of Books stationery. BLANK BOOKS, DRAWING PAPER, SCHOOL 1# H)KS, PRINTING CARDS, 1*0ET1CAL WORKS, TISSUE PAPER, HISTORICAL WORKS, FANCY PAPER k EXV’P’S. MUSIC A S !> MU s I (■ A L / N S T B l' U E A TS . GOLD PENS AND CUTLERY, Together with all the Lite Publications of the day. Atlan tic and Foreign Papers, Magazines ami Periodicals, by the arrival of each Steamer. Also, a large Circulating Library of the latest Publications. jg-'g" Steamer Papers in wrappers. Postage Free. "wW No.34, Main st., Crittenden’* Fireproof Brick. G. W. WELCH. August, 30. 1850. 46-4f J. E. HAMLIN, No. 53 Broad street, Corner of Pine, GENERAL DEALER IN Hooka, Stationery, Musical Instruments, 31 u alc, Cutlery (>old Pena, Penells, Drimiiig Paper, Fancy (tooth, Toys. &e. BEGS LEAVE to call the attention of the public to liia new and well assorted stock of Law, Medical. Miscella neous and School Books, Stationery. Cheap Publication!, and all tin' current literature of the day. Comprising ft good variety of each of the different departments. All of which will l>o sold at unprecedented LOW PRJCKS- Also, Magazines, Newspapers, &c., from almost every part of the world. Steamer Paw's and California Weeklies, neatly ;»i U up for mailing—POSTAGE EPEE. 46-tf ‘ J. E. HAMLIN. HOTELS. SIERRA NEVADA HOT K t, (Worth San Juan, Nevada County.) THE UNDERSIGNED, having leasts 1 the nl>orc well known Hotel, are prepared to receive their friends and the public. We will endeavor to make all feel at home who wav visit us. PARKER II. PIERCE, FKKD’K. BKCKTKL. North San Juan, Aug. 10th. 1856.— 16-if 00 9 UNION HOTEL, 11 no A D S Tl! EET, St EVA DA , The Subscriber announces to the citizens of Nevada and the public generally, that lie has now taken charge of, and thoroughly renovated and furnished with new furniture this well known Hotel, and is now prepared to accommodate permanent and transient Boarders in as good style as can be found in any Hotel in Nevada County; and by strict attention to busi ness, and a desire to please one and all who may Ik* pleas ed to favor me with a call, 1 hope to merit a share of pub lic patronage. Board ami Lodging jur week $10,00 Hoard without Lodging 8,00 Single meals 50ct*. I.,o<Ij;inft per 50ct«. Tin? Bar will at all times he supplied with the best Liquors and Cigars. A Reading Room U also connected with the Hotel, where papers from all parts of the world w ill be found. Xevada, Sept, i860. —18-tf M. PHILLIPS, Pr’t’r. NAVI O N A L EXC II A IV G E . No 34 Broad Street, Nevada. fTlHE undersigned late proprietors of the United State.' I Hotel. Inn ing h»ased Blckiiell’a Block and hand somely fitted it up throughout, arc now prepared to accom modate permanent and transient Boarders, in a style un hiirjiassod in the State. The Table will at all times be supplied w ith all the va rieties the market affords. The Beils noil Furniture are all new and for style and comfort, cannot In* excelled. I’articular attention will lie paid to the accommodation of Ladle* nml Families. Having had long experience in the business, we are con fident ofbeing able to make the NATIONAL, one of the most desirable 1 loti Is in the mountains. This Block is substantially built of Brick, and withstood the late disastrous llnv-the rooms are airy and well finished, and from the Balconies you have a splendid view of the surrounding country. HA OPEN A L L X1 G U T » Tie* Bar will he under the supervision of Mr. THOMAS HENRY, ami will at all times he supplied with the choicest WINKS, LIQUORS and CIGARS.- PEARSON k HEAI.Y, Proprietors. Nevada, Aug. 20, 1856. 46-tf BUY FRESH HEALTHY FLOUR ! ! THE NEVA DA FLOUR MILLS A RE MA KING THE I test Flour in this State, MINERS and others who wish good Flour, will do well to enquire for that made at the above Mill. Nearly all the merchants keep it for sale. —FOR KAI.B AT THE .MlLI.— Ground Barley, Middlings Short!, And Broil. 46 If W. J. TILLEY. UNITED STATES BAKERY', Pine Street, first Door below Kidd Knox’s Brick Store, fill IE UNDERSIGNED, having rebuilt and lilted up their JL BAKERY, on the site of the old stand, are now pre pared to furnish their old customers, and all who may give them a call, with all kinds of BREAD and CAKE at prices to suit the times. BOSTON BROWN BREAD AND GRAHAM BREAD of a very superior quality, con- tantly on hand; also, Fruit, Le mon, Pound and Sponge Cake. Wedding Parties. Families and Restaurants sup]died with every variety of Bread and Pastry usually found in New York Bakeries, at wholesale prices. A good assortment of PIE FRUITS JAMS, JELLIES, FIGS, PRUNES, TAMARINDS, STRAWBERRIES, Ac. jH*FRKSH EGGS and CHEESE constantly on h.'iud.’^$ 42-tf DR El FOSS k LKPPERT. s. ROSENTHAL BROTHER, HAVE opened their DRY GOODS Establishment, on the Comer of Main and Washington Streets, w here they will remain until their Brick Store is repaired. Our old friends and customers are invited to give us a call. Nevada, Aug. 20, 1856. 46-tf AUC TION ! AUCTION !! AUCTION!! I Every Day and Nl^lit, Once more at the Old Stand on Commercial Street, at the Jiitj Red Sign, Cheap John’s Auction & Commission Store! rWIIX SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION. REAL ROTATE, PERSONAL l-KOl’EHTY. and MIMING CLAIMS, at a very low percentage. Persons having property of the above description for wile, by giving me notice will have every attention paid to it. H. SH1RPSKR returns thanks to his friends and the pub lie for the very liberal patronage heretofore beatowed upon him. and hopes to again see them at his old place, where he will endeavor to satisfy them once more. 1 have a verv fine assortment of CLOTHING of all kinds. Boots ft „d SHOES, HATS. BLANKETS. YANKEE NO TIONS. CUTLERY, PERFUMERY. TOBACCO, SUGARS. PLAYING CARDS. Ac., which I will sell cheaper than can he hough I at any other place in the mountains. Give me n rail and examine my slock, which I bought expressly for this market, at prices to suit the times. Remember the Old Cheap John, where the Rod Fla, waves once more, on Commercial street. My old motto is, **I have no more and take no less,’* and that is the price. II. SIIIKPSER. 46-tf Licensed Auctioneer for Nevada County. PHILADELPHI A STORE, 19 COMMEKUAL 8TKEKT, O.VK DOOR IJKLOW TIIE OLD STAND. Twenty-five per «<*nt. Cheaper than before the Fire, YTtTF take pleasure in announcing to the citizen* of Ncvn- V V da and vicinity, that the PhiladeJjthia Store i< (train often on Commercial St. (me door below the Old Stand. We have recently received .a large stock of New Goods, which will he sold twenty-five per cent cheaper than ever before offered in this market. The gfxjds are of the best quality, and consist in part a follows: Uarpcta.—5,000 yds. Three Ply, Brussels, Ingrain, ail colors. Matt!ng._Large quantities, from 4-4 to 6-4, cheap.— Floor Oil Cloths. Table Cover*.—Worsted and Linen, of all kinds;Swiss Muslin. Jaconet, and Cross-bar. too numerous to mention 1,000 PIECES IRISH LIXEX. at all prie s. Dres* Goods—15,000 yds. fine styles figured French I.awn, all colors. 6,000 yds plain French Lawn, all colors, 0.000 ** linen “ very rich, 4.000 “ Chamhrai. all colors. 100 embroidered Swiss dresses, latest style, 2,000 yds plain English (’bally, richest of all. 12,000 “ “ figured Berage, also Silk Tissue. 500 fine Mohair Kobe Dresses; also the same with flouncing. 20.000 yds French Calico, all colors. Silks—Marrantique. Plai l, Plain, and Changable, (the latest and rishest styles;) also any color of Florence Silks. 3Iantlilas«—"ilk, Satin and Lace, of every description Bonnet*.—leghorn. Split Straw*, Silk. Mohair, Satin, Silk 0|H'ii Work, ail kinds of Ladies’ Riding Hats, Girls’ Plats, and Boys’ Hats. Ginghams—a very rich assortment. Embroideries. Edging and lace, the richest style on hand, aud we call especial attention to them. THE RICHEST HTYI.E OK KXBROIDKKED HANDKERCHIEF?*. Dnnin*k.— Silk and Worsted, of all colors. Cotton.—Bleached Muslin, 4-4-10, cheaper than has ever before been sold. Alexander’s Kidd Gloves; also Silk Glove* and Silk Mits. Lnwn Drra*c«, at One Dollar. Ladies’ Shoos and (.niters, of all kinds. Ladies are Invited to call and examine our Good*, and ascertain our prices, before purchasing elsewhere. Rememlter th>< Number, —Philadelphia Dry Goods Store, 19 Commercial Street. 5TIEFEL k COHN. Nevada, Aug. IS, 1856. 46-tf. DRUG STORES. JOHN LARK, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Has jrsr received a large and well aborted Invoice nf choice DRUGS, MEDICINES, 1'EREUMF.KV, FANCY ARTICLES, TRUSSES. SHOULDER BRACTS, Ex tracts for Cooking, SAGO, ARROW ROOT, TAPIOCA an‘l a large assortment of PATENT MEDICINES, kc. kc. Also a fresh lot of CAMVHENE. LAMP OIL, RAW ami BOILED TJN3F.EI) OIL. LARD ansi CASTOR OIL. VARNISH of all kimls. SP’TS TURPENTINE. ALCOHOL. Atlantic WHITE LEAD. RED am! BLACK LEAD, CHROME YEUOW and GREEN, PROS RI.LK, YELLOW CK 11RE groom! and dry Point and Varnish BR1 SUBS, and in fact c\ cry thing in the l*afnt ami Oil lino. The above articles will be sold at the lowest market pri ces for CASH. Call ami take a look at my Stock before you purchase elsewhere. J\o. 32, Fire Proof Building Main St. Nevada. Nevada Sept. 22,1856—52-lf H BROAD STREET V JG STORE. II. WICIOCS & CO., (Successor* to W. G. • ALBAN,) Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in Drug*, Mclictnes, Chemical.*, Dye Stuff, Paint*, Turpentine, While Lead, Red Lead, Litharge*, Brushes, Alcohol , Starch. Pearl Brandy, Tapioca, Canary Seed, Linseed Oil . Cojtel Varnish, Varnish, Coach Varnish, Danaar Varnish, Putty, Zinc Paint , Porcelain White, Port Wine. Sherry B ine, Madeira Wine, Five Brandy, Holland Gin, Window Glass, Lard Oil, Sperm Oil, Polar 1X1, Fish Oil, Castor Oil , Neats Foot Oil, Patent Medicines, Peri umery, Cooling Extracts, Spices, Bay Rum, Sarsapatilla, W&her't Cordial, Cherry Pectoral, Wistar's Baham Together with a general and complete assortment of all articles in our line, which will be sold at prices as low as they can be afforded in the mountains. Physicians prescriptions carefully compounded. DR. H. 11. WICK ICS & CO. Corner of Broad and Tine streets. Nevada. June 24th, 1866.—42-tf FRESH DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS!! T F .RIOOLPII, No. ‘41 < <>mm< rrinl Street, f ) m Havi: ing Tost his entire slock of Drugs and Medicines by the late lire, has again fitted tip at his OLD STAND, and is prepared to supply his Friends and Customers with Una dulterated Si Medicines. Every article will be found as repre sented, having been chosen by himself in San Francisco. Family Receipts, and Physician’s Prescription* put up with the same care and skill that has heretofore characterized his establishment. QUISOTn SARSAPARILLA. For sale by RUDOLPH, i>ruggist. 21 Commercial street. D AVIS’S PAIN KILLER. For sale by RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. M A EXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. For sale bv RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. YRE8 CHERRY PECTORAL. For sale by RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. HEMP SEED. For sole by RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. JAYNES’ nAIR TONIC. For sale by RUDOLPH, Druggist, 40 tf 21 Commercial street. J[TECKF.R’S FARINA. For sale by RUDOLPH. Druggist. 21 Commercial Htreet. BATCHELOR’S IlAIll DYE. For sale by RUDOLPH, Druggist. 21 Commercial street. BOGLE’S HYPERION FLUID. For sale by RUDOLPH, Druggist. 21 Commercial street. TJROWN’S ESSENCE OF GINGER. For sale by IJ RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. JAYNE’S EXPECTORANT. For sale by RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. M CLANK’S VERMIFUGE. For sale by RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street NERVE & BONE LINIMENT. For sulo by RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. IYO.VS’ KATIIA1UON. For sale by J RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. HOOFLAND’S GERMAN BITTERS. For sale by RUDOLPH. Druggist, 21 Commercial street. KILLINGER’S LIX1MNKT, For sale by RUDOLPH. Druggist, 21 Commercial street. HOLLOWAY’S PILLS <c OIN I’M ENT. Fur aalo by RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. ( ■[ HUMAN CAMOMILE. For sale I I RUDOLPH, Druggist. 21 Commercial street BAZIN’S SUPERIOR COLOGNES. For sale by RUDOLPH, DrUj 21 Commerc y V BIN’S EXTRACTS. For sale by RUDOLPH, Druggist, Tal street. RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. IA A NTY .SOAPS, In Variety. For sale bv T RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. T OW’S BROWN WINDSOR SOAR. For ule by 1-J RUI>OLPH, Unionist, 21 Commercial street. BAY RUM. For sale by RUDOLPH, Pruggls*., 21 Commercial street. rpoOTIl POWDER. For sale by RUDOLPH, Druggist, 21 Commercial street. GRAIN AND FEED STORE. WE HAVE NOW ON HAND AND FOR SALE, AT OUR Brick Building on Broad street, a large quantity of FLOUR AND GRAIN, which will bo sold cheap. SANFORD k SON. 47-tf. No. 16, Broad Street, Nevada. F I F T E K IV II K A S O \ H Why you should Buy your Clothing & Gent3’ Furnishing Goods AT SO L> K O II L. M AN’S! 1. BeCAUPK HU BKLL8 VKHY CHEAP. 2. Because his Assortment is very large. 3. Because lie has nice and fresh selected Goods. 4. Because his Stock is of the most Fashionable style. 5. Because he buys his Goods in the best market'. C. Because his fine Silk Hats aro of the latest stylo and Fashions. 7. Because his Business Coats are of the best kind. 8. Because his Furnishing Goods are Matchless. 0. Because he is a Pioneer in the Nevada Trade. 10. Because the most Fastidious can be pleased. 11. Because he courts comparison and defies competition 12. Because every one is satisfied who trades there. 13. Because it is thought no trouble to show goods, and treats every body alike. 14. Because customers are not forced to buy. 15. Because be advertises only the TRUTH. SOL KOITLMAN also advertises the best selected Stock of Foreign and Domestic Goods, such as Sheeting, Drilling, Duck, and Matting; Blue, Grey, Red and the finest White Blankets. Comforters, Bed Ticking and Toweling—also, Trunks, Valices and Carpet Bags, which he w ill sell at re duced prices, at Wholesale and Retail, at his Store. No 45 Main Street. Corner of Commercial, Brick Building Opposite American Exchange, Nevada. K E Y S T O Y E M A II K K T . 1 1 MJF, SUBSCRIBERS having just completed their New X. Store, near the foot of Main and Broad streets, beg leave to inform their friends and the public that they have now removed to the above Stand, where they are prepared to serve their old customers and the public with The Choicest Meat* and Vegetable* which can he found in the Market, and at prices low* enough to he in keeping with the times. We kill none but American cattle of the best quality, and keep always on hand a good supply of meats of all kinds. KENT k MCALLISTER. Nevada. August 20th, 1846—4C-tf 400 GOLD RU1V WOOD YARD 11 CORDS OF GOOD OAK WOOD, on band and for sale at the Gold Run Wood Yard. Notice—200 Coni* of the above wood will be sold at 12 per cord, to responsible parties, payable when Jarnea iiniianan Is elected President. K lA'WS. ?*pl. 17th. 18.16—50-tf SAN FRANCISCO. BComoward. Bound SSfei FjaL3£S3IVG-EPlS By the n *xt S: earner, will line! S ? Great Benefit and Good Preparation For tlie Vevage, br l&lim,' from one to three of f " 3 ? ? ? ? ? ? D It. B O V It SK‘S ELECTRO-CHEMICAL BATHSIf Which EXTRACT CALOMEL rnd MERCURY in nil ita forma, IRON', 7.1 XC. H AH, tic., etc., anil all lNRID COUS DRUG'S and POtiONii 1' om tho HUMAN ST si EM, and speedily cure Rhoumati m, Purplish, Neuraligy, Stiff Joints, Jn.mu.ce, Fever & Ague, Indolent Ulcers Fwell m-. i m ra. chronic and acute difficult i v »'f tiie I 1* J h*f. Kidneys, and AI.I. old t»n*cc' i'•!!* of the SEXUAL ORGAN*; ail are also the most Lt’.xuiIuum Bath tvi r Admit Utercd, Imparting permanent warmth and c nimation to tiie system Soulh-Eiist Comer of Sant > i: iin.l Commercial SLreeU, orPOStTK tub r. Nic»i >i.as It nuL, San Francisco. All tltc Homeward Hound whoar® suf fering from Rhcuraathm, I'nr.lyds or any other affection, shout I arrange to remain ,- n -\m Francisco several days, or a week or more, before the day of sailing, that they might be able to free theimclvos from their difllcalties prior to departure as m*nv very *t».ere (Vi-et of Rheumatism, Ac. Ac., are i’OcITlVEJ.Y CURIO) in from ONLY ONE to TWO WEEKS. r . See large advertisement in another part of tbit pa* per, for additional iuformal ion. 1^ FISH EM P ORIUM. craib"&^mith, DEALERS IN ALL KINDS 01 1 ICICLES, SALT AND SMOKED FISH, ,Vi. S3 Davil SI, el, vvir W'l’hiiat'm. P' lm E.S. COOPER, M. D. S U II GEOX, OfTtCK AT ETK, EAR, A.\l> ORTHOP.ITOC INFIltMABT, Mission street, between ‘.'il find 3d, near ‘Russian Baths,” S A N FRANCISCO. ALL Surgical Operations Free to patients presenting themselves tit llie Clinics, ou Wednesdays and Satur days, at '2 1-ff o’clock, i’. M. Medical men of the City and l’neir.e Coat, "cnernlly. are respectfully invited to attend tiie Irifirmrv on Clinical Days, whenever il may be opportune for themselves. August 77, 1850. —*tidim CAUFKTS, oil clot; i WINDOW SHADES, PAPER HANGINGS, .Sic. At WHolcsnlt- anil Retell. JCJT UEd lVED from Aaclion rn elegant assortment of English, Brussels, Tiim-j.ly, end Ingrain Carpets; Floor Oil cloths; Window Simile--" Curtain Goods; Paper Hang ings: (lilt Corpicci; Band - Arc. Selling off at Ic .s than New York prices, at Ki-NNEDY k BELL’S CItcni> Cnrjvct AYarcfeousc, No. HO Sacramento street, Fan Francisco. Remember No. IF) Saeram" !' > ireet, third Uou-o above Montgomery street. SAN FRANf.'IFCO. F0-3m <:fo. .t. muiorcs & to. PAPER WAREHOUSE. JVC. 133 SAXSOME STREET, SAX FlAXClSCO Aoknts for Jamk* Conner a joins’ Type Foundry. rpVI F, (to *. *1nnd«, Bra * and Wood Rule*, with a com- A ph*to asAortm'Mil of all lchida of PRINTING MATERI ALS, always on hand. A1 o RUGGJ.lV JOB presses, rugglev (.Mii (r rrnv\ HUE o IMPl-.KEAL PRINTING PRESS, naive proof i rf>sf*. HOI/ ■< PAPER CUTTERS. 15.000 Rearm Prntr.ig Paper, all Mzoj Fine Book Paj-et*, Manilla Wrapping Taper, Hardware Paper, Double Conn. SI raw. Light body’a t Vibrated News Iuk, “ Fine Book Ink, in Can.'i and Pilnier’tf Varnish. •2.000 10,000 “ 6.009 “ CO.000 “ 10,000 Lbl, 2,000 “ Colored Tni A I860. AM JEB ll 1 c a N r S X C ItA Jf O JB, —rORMRKJ.V— WIL'ON’S EXCHANGE. WT F~TABR0«3K. Pro, rlch*r of tho above T -taUIsh- VV • merit, in announcing t<» ti e Public that hereafter thia popular Hotel will be known as the AMERICAN EX CHANGE, avail- him elf of tin-: « urn-ion to add, 1hat the Hou*o has just been thoro uglily painted and otherwise ini proved 1)v alteration, and lh«* midPion of New Furniture, that ho I* not unmindful o'.‘ the patronage received from the State, and those \ i-it in - our shores. Relying upon the public and community h r ip]H»rt, and assured that nie ces* depends upon the well dhec • l e forts, in onler to sat isfy tlu* wants ot his guo -ts, In* v 11 endeavor to make this a prominent object, and render the LXC1LVNGF the best and mo-t poji ilar llot‘1 in th>* date. .San Francisco, June 11th. UO '.—10-Om exuiaa\ui: at might, ON BANK OF AMERICA. Now York, ON WEBSTER DANK. P- -.ton, and ON \V. T. COLEMAN & 00.. New Yu.-lt, IN SUM- TO PIT, For sale by WM. T. COI.FM IN & CO.. Corner Cal 'o nia and Front St-c-**, 34-3m Pun Franc! co, LEGAL NOTICES. CONSTABLE'S SATi'J— TATI; OF CALIFORNIA County of Nevada— By virtue of an eveouii-m to m3 delivered, issued from the Court of J. P. Van U r n. 1 «p. an acting Justice of tho Peace, in and for i lie ounty afore aid, bearinr date Scut. 10th, A. I). 1 sr»'*, to ati fy a judgment rendered by sai«l court:, on the doth day < I* July. A. P. in favor of Gifford McAfee, an 1 a rain d Freilcuicli Man ell for the sum of $16') 50-100 debt, inter *,4, damage- and costs of suit. 1 have taken in execution, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash, to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land situated, lying, and b *ing in tb<* town of Nevada afore said. bounded and containin'- as follow*: Commencing; at a “take on the sout.hcrlv >!•’•* of Broad -troct, opposite tho Broad Street Burving tlround, in the City ot Nevada, run ning thence south fiR’jj'’ e.-t along the southerly side of said Broad street lv.» 1- 4. tlmnce south f>9* east along -said Broad stn-ot *. 14 fe t to anoMier take, thence south 34 ‘.f west 85 feet to ihc north*- ly -i le of Spring street, thence north 67we:it along mi id Spring street 90 feet, thence north 7 »!i° west 1 •> l*oi, thence north i»f?4® v.e.t 135 feet to a stake, thence noiih 31e;ut 53 tec! to the place of beginning, on Tuesday. 11. «* ■..'■ilidiy ot O*:tober, A. B. between the hour- 'it • sVI ■■ M. an 1 5 o'clock J’. M., in front of I. i’. Vunll -gen’u oifice, in Nevada township and City ofNeva«la, on Br*».-. 1 street. Taken a* the oj 1 rederich Maaicll to sati-ify the above demand* and accruing co.t*. \V. C. ASHER. Constable. Nevada. Oct. 7th. A. P. 1- V.— \ -3w State of caw ~ ry ofni fa j>A—Bi-triet Court of »!- • Fourteenth Judicial Irtstrict. The People of the > ale of (.:»li'"i riia. to SAMUIL MORGAN greeting: You a.e I. . ■ by sununonwl to appe.u- and answer the complaint of Jo 1. -i S: \-.K *un, Jr., td l again-t you and Thonun K. Morgan, within ten •!•;ys t.-om the orvice of this writ, if servel on you in tic* <:• uu*y. within twenty day* if served ou you in t his <1! ti' •» and out of this county, and within forty day * if d <.u you in this State and out of this district, in an 1 hi n commenced on the 7th day of October, a. d. 185b. in -aid Court, for the recovery of three thousand lour liundrol an 1 r!y dollars and twenty-seven cents, with interest torn: m fiom tiie first day of July, a. d. 1855, at two per ecul j r mouth until j aid, together with hi* co*ts and moo • !i bjr i ments. And yon arc hereby notilied tliat if you fail to an.-wer “ni'l com.Jiint as herein directed, llaintiff will take judgment against you theretor by default, together with all c ts of suit, and also demand of the Court such other relief is prayc l for in UU said com | Iain t. In testimony wlierrof I, J. r *. Bo wick, Clerk of the Dis trict Court atoresaid, do tiOi imnto .*et my hand and impress tiie soul of Tciid Co.u', tiiis Viit da .* of Octo’oer, a. i>. 1850. J. II. P-oiTWICK, Clerk Dist. Court. STATE OF CALIFORNIA — f o inty of Nevada—«ss.—It ap pearing to my .-ati ficL. u f.-om tiie foregoing petition aud affidavit that the plain of in the above entitl'd case has g(*xl cause of action .-"gjiin •* defendants, and that Sam uel Morgan, one of the nei ld.iuts in said cau.ie, is a uon resident of the ut.v.e of < AC'uvnia. It is ordered that public ition of summons be had against .said Samuel Morgan iu th : Neva la Cemocrat, for the j>eriod of three months, and 1 ita copy of -aid summons and complaint be dejiositod in the Neva la City Post Office di roctcl to the haul £amacl at the City of Albany, New York. Given under my hand this Oc'ober 7th, 1H5H. TliMS. H. CASWELL, County Judge. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of Nevada.—I, J. H. Boat wick, Clerk of the | i strict Court, 1-fth Judicial I i strict, in and for -aid county, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of ou or Ht lor the publication of summons, made in the above entitl * l ca e, no-.v on file in my office. Witness my hand aud tiie eal of the I i strict Court afore said, in and tor said county, thii 7tfi d:iv of October, a. p. 1856. * J. H. BU8TWICK, Clerk. DlIUJ! ’ Lut ■ .v MOXTO IKBIIT Any-, for plhf. 1-to JOB PR0T1XG, OF ALL KB LATLY KZt ented at thii 0:hoc.