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utw«wr.w«ciwufuu; - of Nevada County:
GevrtJMncf : I herewith present to you a full report of the receipts ami disbursements from July 21st, 16W, to O*o
ber 18 1866 being a correct transcript from the books kept by me as County Treasurer.
Nevada, Oct. 18, 1856. JOHN WEBBER, Treasurer of Nevada County.
ISM. county treasurer’s statement in full : __
Oct. 18—To total amount of State Fund **- 88 *;
“ “ 44 County Fund 8,466 72
Public Building Fund ??
Road Fund
School Teachers’ Fund M 85 00
School Building Fund 2®®
1856.
Or.
$17,685 8*2
Oct. 18— By amount of County Fund disbursed
44 44 “ Public Building Fund disbursed I*®® 8 55
«* 44 44 Road Fund disbursed , 2?
“ 44 4 ‘ School Teachers’ Fund disbursed '•••• V®|*7 21
44 44 44 School Building Fund disbursed 199 M
$10,846 03
Total balance in Treasury $6,839 <9
TOTAL AMOUNT OF RECEIPTS FROM JULY ‘21, 1856, TO OCTOBER 18, 1856, RECEIVED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES INTO Till COUNTY
treasury:
On account of Foreign Miners' license 00
«• ti l» 0 n t hx 500 00
44 “ Merchants’* license M27 62
44 41 liquor licenses -227 50
44 44 Toll Bridges and Roads 148 50
44 44 Collected Fines ** 20
u *« i» ar k and Wagon Pedlers Licensee 160 00
44 Auctioneer licences 90 00
44 44 Billiard licenses 256 60
44 44 Broker licenses 100 00
To total amount as per statement filed July 21, 1856 8,520 50
RECAITTl"LAHOX STATE FUNDI
To amount as per statement on file $2,000 00
44 14 received from Foreign Miners’licenses 2,111 00
«* “ “ poll Tax 300 00
44 44 44 Pack Pedlers licenses 150 00
44 44 44 Brokers Licenses 100 00
44 44 44 Billiard Licenses 135 00
44 44 44 Auctioneers Licenses 90 00
$17,685 82
Cash on hand $4,886 00
recapitulation county fund:
To amount as per statement filed July 21, 1856 $2,334 00
44 44 received from Foreign Miners licenses 2,111 00
44 44 * 4 Poll Tax 200 00
44 44 44 Mercliants licenses 1,427 62
44 44 44 Liquor Licenses 2.227 50
44 44 44 Collected Fines 43 20
44 44 44 Billiard licenses 121 50
$8 ,165 7 2
By amount of warrants redeemed $7,855 46
44 44 Per cent, of County Recorder on Foreign .Miners Licenses 171 29
44 44 Treasurer's Percentage 401 34
44 44 Cash on hand 37 63
$8,466 72
Total amount of warrants drawn on the General Fund since July 21, A. D., 1856, and reg
istered not paid for want of funds $32,534 14
RECAPITULATION OK PUBLIC WILDING FUND: X
To amount as per statement filed July 21st $2,500 00
By redemption of Coujwms...
44 Treasurer’s Percentage,
44 Cash on hand
2,500 00
960 00
48 00 i
1,492 00
RKCAITTT I.ATK>N ROAD FUNDI
To amount as per statement filed July 21st
*4 *. received from Road and Bridges
$2,500 00
300 00
148 00
$448 50
Or. By disbursements 136 00
44 “ Treasurer’s Percentage 6 80
44 44 Cash on luiiul 305 70
$448 50
RECAPITULATION SCHOOL TEACHERS FUND:
Fund as per statement filed July 21st
Cr. By Disbursements
44 ** Treasurer’s Percentage
44 44 Cash on hand
RKCAPirULATI' N SCI.OJL BUILDING FI ND:
To amount as per statement filed July 21st
Cr. By Disbursements
“ ** Treasurer's Percentage
44 44 Cash on hand •••*
1,185 60
— $1,185 60
1,016 77
50 84
117 99
$1,185 60
200 00
$200 00
190 03
9 50
47
$200 00
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,)
Cot'vrr of Nevada, f
I. J. If. Bostwick, County Clerk, and tx officio County Auditor, in and for -aid
conntr, do hereby certify that the foregoing statement is correct and true, os appear.' by vouchors now on file in my ofilce.
I Witness iny hand and the seal of the County Court, (the County Auditor having no seal) in and for said couu
*’ * ’ ty, this 18th day of October, A. D. 1856. * J. H. BOSTW1CK, County AiuH0jr.
AMERICAN EXCHANGE CIGAR STORE,
Comer of Main ami Washington Streets,
THK Undersigned keep* constantly on hand the choicest
brands of Havana CI(iARS, together with tiie best ar
ticle* of Chewing and Smoking TORAd’O. For sale, whole
sale and retail. [JW-tf] A. WITKOWSKI.
The Crockery Store Ahead!!
At (hr Old Stand, IVo. 30, Main St. Nevada.
f WHERE MAY BF. FOUNKTHK BH*T AHSORTj
inent of (joodd ever olTered in this
Market. Which I will sell for Cash
cheaper than any other house
dare offer them.
f»00 Dor. Bar and Table Tumblers Assorted Styles,
Fine (’«t and Tressed ltecanters, Fruit Dishes
And Glass Ware of every description,
Kwrjr variety of Iron Stoneware.
Any quantity of cheap Table Cutlery,
Ivory Table and Dessert Knives,
l iateti Spoon* and Forks, a great variety,
Itrittania Tit el* rs and Castors, a great variety,
Camplicne and Oil Side and Hanging tamps,
<1iantleliers and in fact, everything jiertaining to
THE CROCKERY 'MADE,
Also, Camplicne and Burning Fluid, by the Case, (’an or
Gallon, always on band and for SALE CHEAP FOR
cash.
ffj C Recollect the place, 06, Main Street.
80-tf D. CR1TTKNDKX.
jmi jtBzmm
—WHOI.ESAJ.K AND RETAIL—
Liquor and Ale Store,
CO M V E H r 1A L STREET, NEAR VINE,
Wlirn 1 at all times can bo found tlie finest
Liquor., AVIura, Ale, Sic. Sic.
!o tli* market, at the LOWEST PRICES
«-tf I>. It. JONHS,
2<1 door ia*low A. Block & Co. Coin. St.
nilKNTANO A FLUTII,
Comb Mai* a.xn Fi.i'mr Sthkrts, North Sax Jrax,
Nevaibi Couuty,
■WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HEALERS IN
Onthini;.
Boots and Shoes.
Blankets,
w
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Hats.
& India Rubber Goods.
KEEP constant!? on band the largest and best Selected
Stock of Clothing kc.. in all its various branches to
be found in any Mountain town. The citizens of Son Juan
and surrounding towns, will find it to their advantage to
give us a call, and examine the TRICK and QUALITY be
fore purchasing elsewhere. BKKXTAXO & Fl’RTH.
North San Juan, Sept., 3, 7856.—48-tf
DENTIST » Y.
jQR DR. A. CHATMAN, Dentist, calls particular
attention to his Tooth Anodyne, which,
when applied, will stop the tooth-ache in five mintes, and
effectually destroy the nerve, leaving it in a fit condition
to be filled without causing pain, where it would otherwise
have to be extracted.
All Dental operations performed in a neat and substan
tial manner, and satisfaction guaranteed in ull cases.
Office— Over C. Joseph son's Store, corner of Tine and
Dhoad streets, Nevada, where he intend* to remain per-
BOpently.
October 14th. 1RM—2-tf
Pall & Winter Clothing!
A. BI.OCK & co.,
Comer of Commercial ami Pine Streets,
NEVADA.
OULD call the attention of the citizens of Nevada and
surrounding country, to their large and well assorted
Rack of Fall and Winter (iothing, Icc., consisting in part of
Coats.
doth and Fancy Cassimere Business Coats;
Surtouts, Sacks, and other styles of Overcoats
(loth ana long nap Talmas;
Blue Pilot and Beaver Monkey Jackets;
Fine Black Cloth Frock Coats*;
Goto mixed Cassimere (’oats.
Vests.
Black Silk Velvet Vests, (latest style; )
Black Figured Silk. Cassimere and Satin Vests;
Fancy a«*d Tlaiu Cassimere Vests.
Pants*
llsin ar t Fancy Cassimere Tants;
Plain and Fancy Satinet! Pants;
Black Doeskin and Cassimere Pants;
Tweed and Kentucky Janes Tants.
Shirts and Drawers.
» Davis k, Jones’ Pateht Shirts, (large stock;)
Silk Undershirts and Drawers;
White and Gray Merino Shirts and Drawers;
Flannel, Check, and Hickory Shirts.
( Hats.
19ack, Brown, and Pearl French Hats;
Black. Brown, and Pearl Wool Hats.
Blankets.
White, Blue, Red and Gray Blankets.
Domestle.
Fonr-fourths Brown and Bleached Sheeting.
Together with a large assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
In endless variety.
Rubber.
By clipper ships i; M. D. Sutton,” ‘ Polynesia ” and ‘‘Ro
bin Hood,” we are in receipt of a large stock or India Rob
ber Coats, (black and white, some with capes,) Boots and
Psnts, imported direct from the New York manufactories,
Which will be offered to the trade at San Francisco prices,
wrought added. *
.. . A . BLOCK Jc CO.
SPECIAL NOTICES
Wr are nulhoilzc*«l fa niinoiiiiee the name of
J. V. HATHAWAY, a- an independent candidate for tlie
office of Constable of Nevada Township.
Religious Notice— The REV'. K. COOPER, of the
Protestant Episcopal Chucrh, will hold service in Flur-
Mhutz building, (up stairs) Main street, on Sunday next,
at 11 o’clock A. M.
llrldgt'iiort Township Ilueliaiian Club—
This Club is now fully organized* and hold their regular
hum* tings every SATURDAY EVENING, at their Club Room,
Theater Building, San Juan. Tlic following named gentle,
men are the officers of the Club.
President—Parkkr H. 1’IKHTF.
Vice President—L C. McKkkht,
Secretary—VV. P. L. WlXIfAM,
Treasurer—L. p. A DMT.
Executive Conindtti-e—VV. J. laird, Henry Everett, 11. 1*.
Sweetland, M R. Winhani, J. B. Johnson. * [47-te
Dr. L. J . C znpkny— The echo of the Doctor’s fame
has been heard in these mountains, and we an* happy to
add ours to the influences which will make it reverlH*rate
throughout the length and breadth of the Sierra Nevadas.
The Dr. is a gentleman of finished education, and his medi
cal qualifications are of the highest order. He 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 in San Francisco he has been applied to from ev
ery part of the State, and has effected cures that have baf
fled the skill of some of (lie best physicians in the State.—
The Doctor offers free consultation to all. by letter or oth
erwise. and guarantees a cure or no compensation. We
refer the reader to the Doctor's advertisement in another
column. 42-tf
Hostetler’s Celebrated Stomach Bitters-
Facts cannot be questioned, when the people or any country
bear testimony in mass, as in the case of Dr. J. Hostetter’s
Stomach Bitters. Not only have we the individual evidence
of the land, but almost every paper in the Union is com
menting upon the great benefit derived from the use of
these celebrated Bitters; besides various diplomas awarded
them, among which is one from the Ohio Mechanic’s Insti
tute. at their Thirteenth Annual Exhibition, at Cincinnati,
where the Committee was composed chiefly of Physicians
in the city. For Dyspepsia, in any form, these Bitters are
a certain cure, when used as per direction. Also for J/m*
of Appetite, Indigestion, General Debility, and a sure Pre
ventive of Fever and Ague. These Bitters are pleasant to
the taste, and a delightful beverage. Purchasers should
be careful and take none but the Gk.mt.vk Hostktter's
Stomach Butkos— and von are safe.
For sale by the principle Druggists and first class Saloon?.
PARK & WHITE,
Sole Agents for the Pacific c«»ast. to whom all orders should
be addressed, Washington st., opposite the Post office.
SAN FRANCISCO.
FRANK THAYER, Druggist.
3-3m and Agent at Nevada.
HOTEL FOR SALE.
NOTICE—' The undersigned being desirous to dis-
Bllil continue the business of Hotel keeping would announce
to the public that he otTers 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 Flut, Nevada Co.
Said House is new and complete in every part, 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. kc. 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 Langton’s Express, Orleans Flat, who
is my authorized Agent.
Orleans Flat. Sept. 28, 1856—1 tf C. A. LAWRENCE.
AUCTION SALES!
P. W. TAYLOR
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Fire Proof Brick Store on Commercial Street.
Especial attention will be given to out door Real Estate,
and every description of property and Merchandise, in Ne
▼ada or any part of the County.
M'dM. Soli< 0*1 on Public and Prinate Sale.
Nevada Sept. ttO. 1853—52 tf.
E. BUCKWELL, D. D. S.
DENTIST.
JpgdUb GRADUATE of the Ohio College of Dental Sur
gery, opposite Rudolph’s Drug Store, Commer
cial Street.
(SUCCESSOR TO DR. S. C. MclXTYRE,)
1 <**f Imonlal— In bidding adieu to my friends and
the public, I beg leave to return mv sincere thanks for
their patronage, and take pleasure in recommending Dr.
BUCKWELL my successor, as a skillful and scientific gen
tleinan, and wril worthy tb* pubRc confidence.
Nevada. Sept 1*56. —Ifi-tf ? C McTNTTRr
MISCELLANEOUS.
SOMETHING NEW AND NEEDED! I
A Merchant Tailorings a:
nishing Stor
and Gent’s Fur
re.
0 4 Aix of which the Subscriber lias just opened in the
“DEMOCRAT Bl'ILDIN'G” Broad street, a few door.-,
ml below the C. S. Hotel corner, and where can al-
IlYT... be found the boat of everything usually found
in such establishments. I would particularly call the at
tention of citiaens generally, to my stock of
French and English Cloths, Casslmcres,
DOE-SKINS. SlUt VELVET AND MARSEILLE VESTINGS;
Which I will manufacture to order upon short notice, in the
most fashionable style and best workmanship, Afuxtys uxir
ranting aft.
Shirts, Colors, Drawers, Wrappers. Cravats. Hosiery and
Gloves of all kinds and descriptions, t Extra tine Coats and
Runts always on hand.
as- Please call ami tee for vounthrt. -fc#
47-tf A. G. HER.
Grcnt Destruction of Property by the lote
Fire—$1,.WO,000. New Stock on hand.
NEVADA SHOE STORE.
Commercial Street. Xert Door Below Larulecher's.
A--* J. F. HOOK would respect
fully inform Id* old customers and the
public, thattie has recently purchased a large and well as
sorted stock of BOOTS & SHOPS and lm* RE-OPENKD bis
store ou Commercial Street, (next door below liuidecker's
Brick Store) where be will be-happy to serve all who may
give him a call.
He luis a full stock of Indies’ ami Misses’ SHOES, Ceuta
Fine HOOTS and GAITERS, and a splendid assortment of
MINING BOOTS, constantly on hand.
It, REPAIRING done on the shortest notice.
The Ladies and Gentlemen of Nevada, aro respectfully
Invited to call and examine my stock.
Aug. aoth.—47-tf. J. F. HOOK.
Billiard Saloon!
Main Street, Second story Hussey k Roger’s Brick Building
HARRINGTON & PATTERSON,
— Late of IVilmm’t Exchange, Broad Sheet —
ANNOCNCE to tlieir friends and tlie Public, flint they
have fitted up this well known SAIGON in a style of
elegance and coiutu-t, and arc prepared for all w ho may fa
vor them with a call.
The millnrrt Tntilc* will la- found equal to any In
the State, and those who delight ill this pleasant game,
will fmd this Saloon well adapted to enjoy it.
The Bar will at all times be supplied with tlie best
LIQUORS ANI) SEGARS
Wblcli the market of San Francisco can afford, and no ex
]iense or pains will lie sjsired on the ]iart of tlie Proprietors
to make this a popular and agreeable place of resort.
Nevada, 8ept 1, 1666.— 48-tf
CIGARS I C IGARS 11 CIGARS !!!
Junction of Main and Commercial Streets.
H. & M. IIIRSCHMAN,
■fTTould respectfully announce tlint they have recently
W received and arc constantly receiving by express and
other conveyances, the largest anil best assortment of
Flue Havana Cigars, Choice Brands of To
bacco, Pipes, Matches, Playing
t arils, &c. &c. Ac.,
Which will is* sold lower Ilian the same quality of articles
can be bought in any other houac in this city.
Our old friends and r-Aomers are invited to give us a
call and satis 1 )’ ‘.beinsolvos, in regard to the quality ol our
Stop’*.
to-Particular attention paid to orders from Ike CounlrxrtiA
II. & M. HIR8CHMAN,
47 tf Junction Main & Commercial sts.
T. ELLARD BEANS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Quccirawtire,
Mining Tools, die,, die.
At the old faixti'iU Stand of HAMLET DAVIS.
IN tlie Fire-Proof Block of Kidd and Knox, opposite tlie
United States Hotel, 5J Broad Street, Nevtulu.
HOTEL AND FAMILY STOllES,
In every variety and of tlie choicest qualities.
GOODS DELIVEItKI) FREE OF CHARGE'**
September 11th. 18M — 40-tf _
IMPROVED DAIilEllllEOTYPES,
And Glass Pictures, or Ambrotypes!
MR. .1. M. LEVEY.
-ITtronj) INFORM THE CITIZENS Ol** NEVADA AND
VV vicinity, that he has just completed bis new rooms
situated on Xfaln Street, a few door* above the Nevada
Journal Office, where be is now prepared to take every de
scription of
Picture* known In tlie Photographic Art.
Tlie Utmiiih have been fitted up with every regard to con
venience, and no expense has been spared to make this es
tablishment complete in every respect. He would further
inform his friends that be has just receives! from New York
an invoice ol the newest and most elegant description of
cases, &c.
Stock of every description constantly on hand. '68
X. B. Instruction given in every branch of the art.
Nevada Sept. 1856—50-tf
hardware:, iron, nails, stekl,
( ROCKERY,
1THE rXDFRSKiNED lias for sale a general assortment
. of good# in the above line including Miner’s, Black -
j smith’s. Carpenter’* and all other TOOI.S; Building Hard
ware. House keeping Articles: Paints, Oils, (Hass. Varnish,
A:c.: Wooden ware. Limps, Brushes. Cordage, Ac.. at the
lowest prices. JAMES H. GAGER,
Junction of Main and Commercial Sts.. Nevada.
| August 18th. 1856.—46-tf
TALLMAN TURNER,
At YntcflikTallmnnNold Sfni»«lCommercialsf-
KEEP constantly on hand a splendid assortment of
STOVES of nil descriptions, HARDWARE. TIN WARE,
IRON AND STEED. BENCH PLANES, READ PLANES,
DADE’S RABBIT PLANES, TABLE CTTLKRY, Ac. In
short nearly everything needed in the Mountain trade. Al
so, HYDRAULIC PIPES. COUPLINGS, Ac.. Ac.
I JOB WORK done to order at shortest notice.
46-tf TALLMAN A TURNER.
Clothing and Gent’s. Furnishing Goods.
KEXTH KV STOXIE AW. RIOI1TI
C'l JOSEPIISON has just <>|>ened at the well known stand
y. of the KENTUCKY STORE, corner of Broad A Pine
j streets, a complete and splendid assortment of Clothing,
and
Gentlemen's EiirnlsEIng Goo<1m,
Which lie will sell CHEA1 * —having taken great pains in
. making his selections from the largest stocks in San Eran
cisco. lie fd*els confident tlmt he can suit all who may give
| him a call, both in quality, and price. He invites hi* old
! friends and the public generally, to come and see before
I buying elsewhere.
Di)* Ao Trouble to Show Ooodg.
Nevada. Aug. 20, 1856.—46-tf
Fresh Meat! Fresh Meat!!
CITY 1IAHKET,
Broncl Street, Nevada.
JANIES MONROE would inform his old customers
and the public generally, u.at he has re-established his
MEAT MARKET on Broad Street, and is ready to furnish
good Beef, Pork, Mutton. Veal and Vegetables as before the
fire. He will b" happy to wait on all, and assures them
I that he designs keeping the best meat to be found in Cali
fornia. Nevada, August 20,1850 —46-tf.
K B Y S T O \ E Bf A R BL B T .
THE SUBSCRIBERS liming just completed their New
Store, near the foot of Main and Broad streets, beg
j leave to inform their friends and the public that they have
now removed to the above Stand, where they are prcjiared
I to serve their old customers and the public with
The Choicest Meat* and Vegetable*
which can be found in the Market, and at prices low enough
to be in keeping with the times.
We kill none hut American cattle of the l»e*t quality,
and keep ahvavs on hand a good supply of meats of all
kinds. " KENT A McALLLSTKR.
Nevada. August 20th. 1846—46-lf
“ (No. i«.j
Ordinance to regulate tno Assessment of property
The Trustees of the City of Nevada do ordain as follows :
8lPC. 1. The City Assessor shall annually, between the
first day of November and the tenth day of December, as
certain by diligent inquiry and examination, the names of
all persons, corporations, associations, companies or firms,
owning, claiming, or having the possession, charge or con
trol of any real estate, personal or mixed property, situate
or being within the corporate limits of the city of Nevada,
together with the full cash value of all such real estate per
sonal and mixed property, not by law exempt from taxa
tion. And he shall list or assess all such real estate and
personal proj»erty to the person, firm, corpmition, associa
tion or company owning it or having the possession, charge
or control of it; and he shall demand from each person
tnd firm, and from the president, cashier, treasurer, secre
tary or managing agent of each corporation, association or
company, a statement under oath, of all the real estate,
personal or mixed property within said city, owned or
claimed by such person, firm, corpiration, association or
company, or which was at that time in possession or un
der the control of such person, firm, corjioratlon, associa
tion or company.
If any person shall refuse or neglect t<* give under oath. !
the above required list or statement of all his property, and
of all the property of the firm of which he is member, and
ofallthc property of any corporation, association or com
pany of wnicfi he is president, cashier, treasurer, secretary
or managing agent, and of all the property which he or
his firm, or the corporation, assaoclatlon or company of ;
which he is president, cashier, treasurer, secretary or man- j
aging agent has the clmrge. possession or control of, it
shall be the duty of the assessor to make an approximate
estimate of the value of such property, taking care that j
the revenue of the city shall not be diminished in conae- ,
quenceof any such refusal to give a lint of property under ,
oath; and the estimate so made by the assessor shall be fi- j
nal and conclusive.
Sec. 2. The city assessor is hereby authorized and era
powered to administer the oaths required to be taken un
der the first section of this ordinance.
Hkc. 3. On or before the said tenth day of December of j
each year, the assessor shall complete and deliver to the |
clerk of the Board of Trustees of said city the tax list or as- ;
segment roll required by the first section of this ordinance: j
which list shall be certified to by the assessor, and shall j
be kept open until the first dav of January by the clerk of j
said Board of Trustees for public inspection.
SBC. 4. The said Board of Trustees shall on said first day j
of January, cause said assessment roll to ba delivered to j
tbe city collector.
Passed October 20th. 1?W, C T. OVERTON Tre-idaot
T H IWr? Clerk. 3-3*
BOOK STORES.
Good News and New Books! 1
PIONEER BOOK, STATIONERY
AND NEWSPAPER DEPOT.
GW. WELCH. 1ms volunteered to supply bis friends
• and the public generally, with Literature of the
choicest kind, and on the most "reasonable terms, at
Whelttllt and Hetall,
Comprising Standard and Miscellaneous Works, and all
kinds of Books Stationery.
BLANK BOOKS. DRAWING PAPER,
SCHOOL BOOKS. PRINTING CARDS,
I'OITTCAI. WORKS. TISSUE PArER,
HISTORICAL WORKS. FANCY PAPER ft ENVP’S.
MUSIC AMD MUSICAL IXSTRUMEXTS ,
GOLD PENS A YD CUTLERY,
Together with all the Lite Publications of the day. Atlan
tic and Foreign Papers, Magazines and Periodicals, by the
arrival of eacli Steamer. Also, a large Circulating Library
of the latest Publications.
Steamer Papers in wrappers, Postage Free.
No.34. Main at.. Crittcuuen’s Fire Proof Brick.
G. W. WEIjCH.
August, 30, 185(1. 46 tf
j. e7~hamlin,
Xo. 53 Broad street, Corner of Pine,
BKNKHAL DEALER IX
Books, Stationery, Musical Instruments, Mu
sic, Cutlery Gold Pens, Pencils,
Drawing Paper, Fancy
Goods, Toys. &c.
BEGS I.EAVE to call the attention of the public to hla
new and well assorted stock of law. Medical, Miscella
neous and School Books, Stationery Cheap Publications,
and all the cunvut literature of the day. Comprising a
•rood vnriel v of eaeh of the different departments. All of
which will W sold at unprecedented LOW PRICES-
Also. Magazines, Xowspapcrs, &c., from almost every
part of tl»e world.
Stecimsr I'ajrers amt California Wccllie*. 7i tally put up
for mailhuj—l'OSTAGE Pit EE.
4fl-tf J. E. II AMLIN.
HOTELS.
SIERRA NEVADA HOTEL,
(Worth San Juan, Kerada County,)
4P$ THE UNDERSIGNED, having leased the abore well
fflil! know n Hotel, are prepared to receive their friends
and the public. We will endeavor to make all feel at home
w ho may visit us.
DARKER H. PIERCE,
FRKD'K. BECKTEL,
North San Juau, Aug. lOtli, 1850.—46-tf
UNION HOTEL,,
BROAD STRK K T, A T K V ADA ,
M The Subscriber announces to the citizens of
Nevada and the public generally, that he has now
tiiken charge of, and thoroughly renovated and
furnished with new furniture this well known
Hotel, and is nmv prepared to accommodate jiermauent and
transient Hoarders in as good style as can lie found in anv
Hotel in Nevada County; and by strict attention to bus(
ness, and a desire to please one and all who may be pleas
ed to favor me with a call, I hope to merit a share of pub
lic patronage.
Hoard mid Lodglngpcr ucek $10,00
Hoard -without Lodging 8,00
Single meals SOcla.
Lodging per night 5Oct*.
The Bar will at all times be supplied with the best Liquors
and Cigars.
A Heading Room is also connected with the Hotel, where
papers from all parts of the world will he found.
Nevada, Sept, 1866. — is tf M. PHILLIPS, Pr’tV.
NATIONAL EXCHANGE.
No 34 Broad Street, Nevada.
rpilE undersigned late proprietors of the United States
_L JIotkl, having leased Hlckiiell’a Block and liaml
soinoly fitted it up throughout, are now prepared to accom
modate permanent and transient Boarders, in u style un
surpassed in the State.
Tlie Table will at all times bo supplied w ith all the va
rieties the market affords.
The Beds and Furniture are all new and for style
and comfort, cannot lie excelled.
Particular attention will he paid to the accommodation
of Lollies and Familie s.
Having had long exjHrience in the business, we an* con
fident of being able to make the NATIONAL, one of the
most desirable lintels in the mountains.
This Hi noli is substantially built of Uriel*, and
withstood the late disastrous lire—the rooms are airy and
well finished, and from the Balconies you have a splendid
view of the surrounding country.
o r /•: v a l L xio nr
Tlie Bar will be under the supervision of Mr. THOMAS
HENRY, and will at all times bo supplied with the choicest
WINES. LIQUORS and CIGARS.
PEARSON k HEALY, Proprietors.
Nevada, Aug. ‘20, 1856. 4f>-tf
BUY FRESH HEALTHY FLOUR ! I
THE NEVA DA FLOUR MILLS A RE MA KING THE
beet Flour in this Stair,
MINERS ami 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 BALK AT THE MILL—
46 tf
Ground Harley,
MlddlliigH,
Shorts,
And Bran.
W. J. TILLEY.
UNITED STATES BAKERY,
Pine Street, first Door below Kidd k Knox's P.rick Store.
FT1HK UNDERSIGNED. having rebuilt and fitted up their
1 BAKER "
•IKY, on the site of the old siand, are now pre
pared to furnish their *dd customers, and a!! who may give
them a call, with all kinds of DREAD and CAKE at prices
to suit the times.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD AND OR AH AM BREAD of a
very superior quality, constantly on hand; also.
Fruit, Lemon, Pound and SpoiiRf Cake,
Wedding Parties, Families and Restaurants supplied with
every variety of Bread and Pastry usually found iu New
York Bakeries, at wholesale prices.
A good assortment of PIE FRUITS, JAMS, JF.UJES,
FIGS, PRUNES, TAMARINDS, STRAWBERRIES. Ac.
Ui'-FRESII EGGS and CHEESE count an tlv on hund.-'u.£
42-tf DREIEOSS k LEPPERT.
S. ROSENTHAL «St BROTHER,
HAVE opened their DRY GOODS Establishment, on the
Comer of Main and Worthington Streets, where they
will remain until their Brick Store is repaired.
Our old friends and on - turners are invited to give us a call.
Ncvadu, Aug. 20. 1850. 46-tf
AUCTION ! AUCTION I! AUCTION IM
Every Day nml Night,
f/nce more at the Old Stand 'on Commercial Street, at the
Bis) ltffl Siyn }
Cheap John’s Auction & Commission Store!
IWIIJ. SKI.I. AT PUBI.I0 AUCTION, ItKAt, KSTATK.
PERSONA!. PROPERTY, amt MINING (I. A IMS. at a
very low percentage. Persons having property of the above
description for sale, by giving me notice will have every
attention jiaid to it.
H. SHIRI’SER returns thanks to his friends and the pub
lic for the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon
him. and hopes to again see them at his old place, where
he will endear or to satisfy them once more.
I have a verv fine assortment of ('I-OTHING of all kinds,
BOOTS and SHOES, HATS. BLANKETS. YANKEE NO
TIONS. CUTLERY. PERFUMERY. TOBACCO, SEGARS,
PLAYING CARIiS. Arc., which I will sell cheaper than can
lie bought at any other place in the mountains. Give tne
a call and examine iny stock, which I bought expressly for
this market, at prices to suit the times.
Remember the Old Cheap John, where the Red Flag
waves once more, on Commercial *tn*et.
My old motto is, “1 have no more and take no less/' and
that is the price. II. SHIK1*SER.
4G-tf Licenced Auctioneer lor Nevada County.
PHILADELPHIA STORE,
19 COMMERCIAL STREET, ONE DOOR BELOW UIE OLD STAND.
Twenty-live per edit. Cheaper than before
the Fire.
WE take pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Neva
da and vicinity, that the
] , hiladclphia Store in atjnin open on Commercial St.
one door hetow the Old Stand.
We have recently received a large stock of New Goods,
which will be sold twenty-five per cent cheaper than ever
before offered in this market.
The goods are of the best quality, and consist in part as
follows:
Cnrpctfi.~-5.000 yds. Three Ply, Brussels, Ingrain, all
color*.
Matting—T.arge quantities, from 4-4 to 6-4, cheap.—
Floor Oil Cloths.
Table Covers— Worsted and linen, of all kinds; Swiss
Muslin, Jaconet, and Cross bar, too numerous to mention.
1,000 PIECES IRISH LINEN , at all price*.
Dress Good*.— 15.000 yds. fine styles figured French
I-awn. all colors.
6,000 yds plain French Lawn, all color*,
6,000 “ 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 11 “ figured Derage, also Silk Tissue.
500 fine Mohair Robu Dresses; also the same with
flouncing.
20,000 yds French Calico, nil colors,
Silk*—Marrantiquo, Plaid, Plain, and Changable. (the
latest and richest at vies-) also Any color of Florence .Silks.
Mantilla*— Silk, Satin and Lace, of every description.
Bonnet*.— leghorn, Split Straw, Silk. Mohair, Satin,
Silk Open Work, all kinds of tsulies’ Riding Hats, Girls’
Flats, and Boys’ Hats.
Ginghams—a very rich assortment.
Embroideries, Edging and Lace, the richest style on hand,
and we call a< tention to them.
TUB RICHEST STYLE Or EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS.
Dnmosk-Silk and Worsted, of all colors.
Cot ton— Bleached Muslin, 4-4-10, cheaper than has
ever before been sold.
Alexander’s Kidd Glove*; also Silk Glove* and Silk Mita.
Lawn Drcnes, at OucDollar*
Ladies’ Shoes and Gaders, of all kinds.
Ladies arc invited to call and examine our Goode, and
ascertain our prices, before purchasing elsewhere.
Remember the Number,—Philadelphia Dry Goorh
Store, 19 Commercial Street
STTEFEI k COHN
tf. •
Nerad* Aug 1* 1IM
DRUGSTORES
ifEW roKtra store,
FRANK THAYER BEGS LEAAt TO INFORM THE
OHM rff Nevada and vicinity that he b~ ju»t opened
hi* NEW DRUG STORE, No. 14 Commercial street, Nevada,
where he wiU be h«ppy to iupplv *11 wants in his lme of
bnsineas. Having unequaled foeiiitie* for purchasing, he
is enabled to aeU cheaper than any other establishment in
the place. All his drugs are of the best quality—are aelec
ted in the east and Europe, by his brother, B. B. Thayer,
of San Francisco.
Physicians mav rest assured to find the purest and choi
cest Drugs and Medicines, as well as to have their prescrip
tion* put up with care and accuracy.
Families will find It to their interest to buy their medi
cines and supply their wants xt this store.
The Ladies Will find a largo assortment of French and
English articles of l'erfumory. fences, Extracts, Colognes,
Pomatum, Beauty Waabo*, Brushes, Combs, Ac.
Also, a very large assortment of Patent Medicines of
every variety, which he oilers wholesale and retail, cheaper
than anv other house in {he place. Call and give nim a
trial. ' [3-tf] FRANK THAYER.
JOHN LARK,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Has just received a large and well assorted
Invoice of choice DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY.
FANCY ARTICLES, TRUSSES, SHOULDER BRACES, Ex
tract* for Cooking, SACO ARROW ROOT, TAPIOCA and a
large assortment of PATENT MEDICINES, Ac. Ac.
Also a fresh lot of CAMIT1ENE, LAMP OIL, RAW and
BOILED LINSEED OIL. LARI) andCAStOR Oil, VARNISH
of all kinds, SP’TS TURPENTINE, ALCOHOL, Atlantic
WHITE LEAD, REI) and BLACK LEAD, CHROME YELLOW
ond GREEN, PRUS BLUE. FELLOW OCHRE ground and dry
Paint and Varnish BRUSHES, and in fact every thing in the
Paint and Oil line.
The above articles will be sold at the lowest market pri
ces for CASH. Call and take a look at my Stock before you
purchase elsewhere.
No. 32, Fin Proof Building Main St. Nevada.
Nevada Sept. 22, 1858—52-tf
H
BROAD STREET DRUG STORE.
H. WHKES & CO., (Successor* to W.
ALBAN,) Wholesale and Retail Teniers in
Drugs,
Mediants,
Chemical*,
Dye Stuff's,
Points,
Turpentine,
White Uad t
Rtd Lead,
I.if ha met.
Bnniic,
Alcohol,
Starch.
Pearl Brandy ,
Tapioca,
Canary Seed,
Linseed Oil,
Crtpel Varnish.
Japan Varnish,
Coach Varnish.
Uamar Varnish,
Putty.
Zinc Paint,
Porcelain White ,
Port Wine,
Sherry Wine, r
Madeira Wine,
Pine Brandy,
Holland Gin,
Window Glass,
Ixtrd Oil,
Sperm (til,
Polar Oil,
Fish CHI,
Castor (HI,
Keats Foot Oil,
Patent Medicfms,
Perf ament.
Choking Extracts,
Spices,
Bay Bum,
Sarsaparilla,
}Vel>ber's Cordial,
Cherry Pectoral,
Wistar's Balsam.
Together with a general and complete assortment of all
articles in our liue, which will be sold at prices is low as
they can be afforded in the inountaius.
Physicians proscriptions carefully compounded.
DR. H. If. WICKER & CO;
Corner of Broad ami Hue streets.
Nevada, June 24th, 1856.—42-tf
FRESH DRUGS! FRESH DRUGS!!
J F .RUDOIaPH, No. 21 Commercial Street,
Having lost his entire stock of Drugs and Medicines
bv the late lire, has again fitted up at his OLD STAND, and
is prepared to supply his Friends and Customers with Una
dulterated Med"
‘diefnes. Every article will l>e found as repre
sented, having been chosen by himself In San Francisco.
Family Receipts, and Physician’s Prescriptions put up with
the same c<*re and skill that has heretofore characterized
his establishment.
For sale bv
X RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
D
AVIS’S l’AIX KILLER.
For sale bv
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
Mexican mustang liniment. Fur sale bv
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial si ret- 1,
AYRES CHERRY PECTORAL. For salt! bv
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
W I STAR’S llAISA M OK WILD CHERRY. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
IANARY SEED. For sale bv
RUDOLPH, Druggist.
21 Commercial street.
JJEM1* SEED. For sale b>
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
JAYNES’ HAIR TONIC. For sale by
4fl*tf
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
HKCKER’S FARINA. For sale Ivy
RUDOLPH, Druggist.
21 Commercial street.
BATCHELOR’S HAIR DYE. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist.
21 Commercial street.
BOGLE'S HYPERION FLUID. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist.
21 Commercial street.
Brown *.s essence of ginger. For oat* by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
J AV.VK'S EXPECTORANT. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
M< 'LANE’S VERMIFUGE. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street
NERVE & BONE UNIMENT. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist
21 Commercial street.
YON8’ KATHAIKOX. For sale by
A RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial st
street.
HOMELAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. For wale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
KI LUNGER’S LIN1MNET. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
OLLOWAY’S Pills & OINTMENT. For sale by
RUDOLPH. Druggist,
21 Coinmereiul street.
H
CN ERMAN CAMOMILE. For sale by
J RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street
BAZIN’S SUPERIOR COLOGNES. For sale bv
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
I U HI VS EXTRACTS. For sale by
A RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
T/YtNCY SOAI’S, In Variety. For sale by
-T ' RUIKtLPrf, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
LOW’S BROWN WINDSOR SOAP. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial street.
B
r\Y RUM. For sale by
T
RUDOLPH, Druggist
21 Connnereliii street.
OOTJI I’OWIJFR. For sale b
RUDOLPH, Druggist.
21 Commercial Htreet.
FIFTEEN 11EASONS
V IIY YOU SHOULD Bl'Y YOl’R
Clothing & Gents' Furnishing Goods
AT SOL KOIILMAN’S!
1. Because he hulls very CHEAP.
2. Because Ills Assort incut is very large.
3. Because he has nice and fresh selected Goods.
4. Because his Stock Is of the most Fashionable style,
ft. Because he buys his Goods in the best markets.
6. Because his fine 8ilk Hats arc of the latest style and
Fashions.
7. Because his Business Coats are of the best kind.
8. Because his Furnishing Goods are Matchless.
9. 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 ih thooght no trouble to ahow goods,
and treats every body alike.
14. Because customers arc not (breed to buy.
15. Because he advertises only the TRUTH.
SOL KOHLMAN also advertises the best selected Stock of
Foreign and Domestic Goods, such as Sheeting, Prilling,
Duck, and Matting; Blue. Grey, Red and the finest White
Blankets, Comforters Bed Ticking and Toweling—also,
Trunks, Valices and Carpet Bags, which he will 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.
GOLD RUH WOOD YARD 11
A A CORDS OF GOOD OAK WOOD, on hand and for
4UU sale at the Gold Run Wood Yard.
Notice——200 Cords of the above wood will be sold at
$12 per cord, to responsible parties, payable whep Jam**?
Bu'-.hanap if electee PreeMwt 8. K W**.
SAN FRANCISCO.
omeward Bound
fABBXSiaOBn^
By the next Steamer, will find
Great Benefit and Good Preparation
For the Voyage, bv taking from one to three of
M ? '? '? s ? * M
DR. BOIK.VK’8
ELECTROCHEMICAL R A T II S ! !
Which EXTRACT CALOMEJ. and MERCURY in all iU
forms, IRON, 7J\C, LEAP, etc., etc. and all INS1D-
C0U3 DRUGS and POISON’S from the HUMAN' SYSTEM,
and epcedfly cure
Rheumatism, l*araly»ia, Neuraligy,
Stitf Joints, Jaundice, Fever A Ague,
Indolent Ulcers, Swellings. Tumors, chronic and acute
difficulties of the Bladder, Kidneys, and
AU, old affections of the SEXUAL
ORGAN’S; and arc alio the most
Luxurious Itatli ever Administered,
Imparting permanent warmth and animation to the system
South-East Corner qf Sans yme and Commercial Streets,
orrosiTE the Sr. Xicnouu Ilona, San Francisco.
Air All tlac Homew ard Round whoare suf
fer ine from Rheumatism. Paralysis, cr any other affection,
should arrange to remain in San Francisco several days, or
a week or more, before the day of sailing, that they might
be able to free themselves from their difficulties prior to
departure, as mnnv very severe cases of Rheumatism, Ac.
Ac., are POSITIVELY CURED In from ONLY ONE to TWO
WEEKS.
49* See large advertisement in another part of this pa
per, for additional information. 1-tf
FISH ElUPORItll.
CRAIB & 8 MITH ,
DEALERS IX ALL KINDS OF PICKLES, SALT AND
SMOKED FISH,
Ao. 8.3 Davis Street , near Washington. [l-1m
E. S . COOPER, M~D~
SURGEON,
OIWI IT EYR, EAR, AND OltTBOP.EDlC INFIRMARY,
Mfosirm »tre»»t, between 2d awl 3d, near “Russian Batha,”
SAN FRANCISCO.
A IX Surgical (.operations Free 1o patients presenting
themsehe* at the Clinics, on Wednesdays and Satur*
da vs. ut 2 1-2 o’cl<*ck, 1*. M.
Medical men of the City and Pacific Coast, generally, art
respectfully invited to attend the Infirmary on Clinical
Days, whenever it may be opportune for themselves.
August 27, 1866.—*47-3m
CARPETS,
Oil. CLOTHS,
WINDOW SHADES,
PAPER HANGINGS, &c-
At Wholesale nml Retail.
JUST RECEIVED from Auction an edegant assortment of
English, Brussels, Three-ply, nnd Ingrain Carpets; Floor
Oil Clotli*; Window Shade*; Curtain Paper Hang
ings; (iilt Cornices; Hands Ac.
.Selling off at loss than New York prices, at
KENNEDY .v HEtL'S
Clirnp Cnrjirt Warehouse,
No. 140 Sacramento street,
San Franc foe*.
Remember No. 140 Sacramento street, third house above
Montgomery street, SAN Fit AN CISCO. 46*3m
GEO. .1. BROOKS & CO.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
A’O. 123 HANSOME STREET, SAN FRANCISCO
AliKNTh FOR .T*WKS Ci.VNKR k Sons’ T\T1! FOVXURV.
TV VUE, Cases, stand*, Hrussaud Wood llulos, with a com
plete assortment of all kind; of I'UlNTiN'G MATERI
ALS, always on band. A1 o
RUGGLES’ JOB PRFSJBES.
RUGGI.ES 1 card gutters,
HOE'S lMI'EREAI, PRINTING m-iSS,
HUE’S PROOF I’RBiSES,
HOE’S PAI'KU CUTTERS,
l.T.OOO Reams Printing Paper, all aiica
2.000 44 line Book Pajeir,
10,00 0 44 Manilla Wrapping Paper,
f>,00 0 44 Hardware Paper.
20,000 44 Trouble Conn. Straw,
10,000 I,hr, IJglrtbody’a Celebrated Xctva Ink,
2,00 0 4 4 44 Fine Book Ink,
Colored Inks in Cans and Printer's Varnish.
August, 16, 1 Sot*.
exchange at sight,
OX BAXK OF AMERICA, New York,
OX WEBSTER BANK, Boston, nnd
OX W. T. COLEMAN * CO., New York,
IX SUMS TO SUIT,
For sale by WM. T. COLEAIAX & CO,,
Corner California und I rent
31 3m
Corner California and Front Streets,
San Franoi-co,
LEGAL NOTICES.
STATK OF CALIFOIIMA, County of Nevada,
8h.—District Court of the Fourteenth Judicial District
of wild State.—The People of California to \VM. B. MORRIS
—Greeting—You art? hereby commanded to appear and an
swer within ton day s after the service of thin writ, if served
in thin County, within twenty day a. if served in this IHs
trict and out of this County, and within forty days, if serv
ed in tills State and out of the District, the complaint of
RAPHAEL PORTER and STANLEY JOHNSON. Plaintiff*,
now on file in the Clerk’a office of the District Court afore
said, against you as IXdendaut, for the recovery oi Twenty
Three Hundred and Sixty One Dollars and Ninety-Four
Cents, with interest thereon at th«* rate of two por cent per
month from 1 lie 16th day of June, A. D. 1K53, and such
other relief as is prayed for in said complaint, a copy of
which Is herewith served.
Or in case of your failure to appear and answer said com
plaint, the said Plaintiff* will take Judgemerit against you
therefor by default, together with damages ami costs o!
suit, and also demand of the Court such other relief as is
prayed for in their said complaint.
In testimony w he reoff, J. II. Rost wick, Clerk of the
Fourteenth Judicial District Court aforesaid, doherunto set
my hand and in»pros the seal of said Court, this l&th day
of July, A. D. 1856.
J. 11. BO>nviCK, Clerk.
• By Thomas P. Hawley, Deputy.
Dew a Mkhimiii, Attorneys for Plaintiffs,
PORTER A JOHNSON vs. WM. B. MORRIS.—In District
Court, Fourteenth Judicial District.—It appearing to my
satisfaction, from the complaint and affidavit this day filed
in the above entitled case.that the plaintiffs have good cauoO
of action, and that the Defendant i& a non-resident of this
State, it io ordered that service of summons in the above
entitled cause be made by publishing the same in the Ne
vada Democrat tor the period of three month**.
Given under my hand, thin July l&th, A. D. 1850.
THO. II. CASWELL. County Judge,
A true copy, Attest: J. II. BOSTWICK, Clerk.
46-8m By Tijq.mas P. Hawley, Deputy.
STATK OF CALIFOKMA-< OLNTY OF NEVA
DA—District Court of the Fourteenth Judicial District,
The People of the State of California, to SAMCEL MORGAN
greeting: You are her*-by summoned to appoar and answer
the complaint of Johiaii Stanford, Jr., filed against you and
Thomas It. Morgan, within ton •lay-* horn the service of this
writ, if served on you in this county, within twenty days
if served on you in this district and out of this county, and
within forty days if nerved on you in this State and out of
this district, in an action commenced on the 7th day of
October, a. v. 1856, in said Court, for the recovery of throo
thousand four hundred and forty dollars and twenty-seven
cents, with interest thereon from the first day of July, a. n.
1855, at two per cent per month until paid, together with
Ids costs and money disbursements. Auil you are hereby
notified that if you fail to answer said complaint as heroin
directed, Plaintiff will take judgment against you therefor
by defuult, together with all costs of suit, and also demand
or the Court such other roliel as is prayed for in his oaid
complaint.
In testimony whereof I, J, H. Bu*t wick. Clerk of the Dis
trict Court aforesaid, do hereunto set my hand and impress
the seal of said Court, this 7th day of October, a. I>. 1856.
J, H. BOSTWICK. Clerk Dist. Court.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA—County of Nevada—ss.—It ap
pearing to my satisfaction from the foregoing petition and
affidavit that the pkiintiff in the above entitled case has
gmnl cause of action against said defendants, ami that Sam
uel Morgan, one of the defendants in »*id cause, is a non
resident of the State of California,
It is ordered that publication of-umrnons be had Against
said Samuel Morgan in the Nevada Democrat, for the period
of three montiis. and that a copy of said summons and
complaint be deposited in the Nevada City Post Office di
rected to the said Samuel Morgan, at the City of Albany,
New York.
Given under my hand this Odobor 7th. 1850.
TUGS. II. CASWELL, County Judge.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of Nevada.—I, J. H.
Boat wick, Clerk of the lHstrict Court, 14th Judicial District,
in and for said county, do hereby certify that the foregoing
is a true copy of an order for the publication of summons,
made in the above entitled case, now on tile in my office.
Witness my hand and the seal of the District Court afore
said, in and for said countv, this 7th dny of October, A. D.
1856. ' J. H. DOSJWICK, Clerk.
Dibulk. Lansing a Montgomery Attys. for pl’tf. l-3m
NOtick, is hereby given that application
will be made by u* to the Board of Supervisors of Ne
vada County at their next meeting, for a renewal of the li
cence for a toll Bridge across the Middle Yuba, at German
Bar. JOHANNAS MILLER & CO.
German Bar, Oct., 4th 1856.—2-4w»
TOB PRINTING, <4 All KINTS NEATLY TO
ej cut*4 at this Oft;-*

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