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VOL. IV, NO. 5.
NEVADA DEMOCRAT,
FI-BUSHED EVERT WEDNESDAY MORNING,
BY I. J. BOLFE & CO.
OFFICE—BROAD STREET, NEVADA,
T E RM S i
For one ye»r, in Advance, JjJj
Six months 2 oo
Three months, .
Single Copies,
BUSINESS CARDS.
ROSE NHEIM & BE 6.
WATCHMAKERS AMD JEWELERS,
AND DEALER* IN
Wulrhta, Jewelry, Diamond*,
At their Old Stand, Main Street, Nevada.
'MONKS KOSKNUHM,
P. 8.—GOLD DUST BOUGHT
MET PRICE.
AARON r.OSENHBlM,
AT THE HIGHEST MAR
46-tf
GHAS. W. YOUNG,
MAXXTACrrRKR OF
CALIFORNIA JEWELRY,
WATCHMAKER,
—AND—
DEALER IN FINE watches, jewelry, via
MONV WORK , rfr.
Junction of Main and Commercial Streets, Nevada.
CHARLES W. MULFORD,
B*BKKR,— AtliiH Old Stand, on Main ! Street,
Nevada. I will pav the liighent prices for GOLD III SI,
COLD BARS, and COUNTY ORDERS; will procure Drafts
parable in any or the Atlantic State*. ( nnada, or Europe,
h aw to suit; forward Dust for Coinage at the L. 8.
Branch Mint, and if desired, will make advauces on the
“SIGHT CHECKS on DREXEL, SATHER & CHURCH, San
Franoiaeo, AT PAR.
WILLIAMSON & DAWLEY,
T> ANKERS, and dealers in GOLD DUST—No. 00 Main
SIGHt'cIhSks on Garrison. Morgan, Fritz & Ralston,
San Francisco or Sacramento, AT PAR.
bills OK EXCHANGE on New York or St. I-ouis, at the
I VER. BY THE FLASK OR rtlUND. [tf
F. MANSELL,
Sign and Ornamental Painter,
All work promptly attended to, and in the best style of
the art. Commercial street, above Pine, Nevada. db-tf
THOMAS MARSH,
•ION AND ORNAMENTAL. PAINTING,
No. 10 Commercial Strcot, Nevada. 42 tf
PIR NIT V RE 1VAREROOMS.
john McFarland,
1IKAI.KR IX
'CRXITl'RK BEDS, MATRASSES, PILLOWS, PIL
LOW CASES, SHEETS, dr.
No. 14 Commercial Street, Nevada.
21 tf
rr a. Troii mcuu, c. VJLSOX HILL,
■ Vl'KKER & HII.Ii,
HA VINO associated themselves together in the practice
of the Ia«, will attend promptly to all hmunea* con
fided to thoir care in Nevada and adjoining counties.
Opnca Orer C. W. Mulford’s Banking House. Main st.,
Nevada.
July 2. 1156.—«S-tf
H. I. THORNTON, Jr.,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LA W.
Omn In Kelsey's Brick Building, Commercial street,
belaer Bin# street, Nevada. 51 ' tf
W'M. F. ANDERSON,
attorney and counselor at law.
Omn—Front Room, upstairs, Democrat Building, Broad
street, Nevada.
•I . I . CAL D-W ELL
ATTORNEY' AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Omen, No. 10 Bktcxei.l's Block, Broad st. Nevada
Nevada. Aug. 27. 1S56.—47-tt
a h. cm ask
geo. s. nne.
A IIUPP,
w.
CHASE
A TTO R NE YS
Orrcn —Front Room, up stairs, of Democrat Office, Broad
street. Nevada.
A T L A
ntAsriM j. dcxx, it emit hbrkhith.
DUNN A MEREDITH,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LA W
Omn—S#eond Story of Alban’s Ilrick Building, corner
Broad and l*inc Streets, Nevada*
j. R. m’connxi.l, w m. htfwakt,
McCONXELL & STEWART,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
Will practice in all the Courts of the Fourteenth Judicial
District, and In the Supreme Court.
<>mn—Crittenden’s Brick Building, Main Street. [4-tf
OVERTON,
TIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Omn—Alban's Brick Bulldlng-
Nerada.
-rear of the Drug Store—
4« tf
McKOBGIlTS, FUNSTON & CO.,
NEVAD A ,
DEALERS IJf
Family Groceries, Provisions, Wine*,
quors, and Miners Supplies,
KII.BOURN'S CORNER, Opposite A. Block & Co's., corner
Pine and Commercial streets.
w. s. h'robbkts, m. u. rexsrox, Jxo. PATnsox.
I.l-
BLACKMAN, HOWARD A CO.
1)1 PORTERS AM) DEALERS IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
WINES AND LIQUORS,
8!» Clay Street,
Between Battery and Front, one Boar Font of the Railrotul
Houte.
SAX FRAXCISCO,
tfjf- Orders from the interior command our particular
attention. O. 1*. BLACKMAN,
CHA8. WEBB HOWARD,
8-ly C. H. Bl.ACKMAN,
v£JE3|£?ALMER & Me KENNEY,
NEVADA CAIlI RAGE SIIP!
No. 10 WlHBINGTON ST., ABOVE FkISBH*’ RBsTAIKAXT.
Particular attention paid to REPAIRING, ~£3Qt
Wheelbarrows kept on hand, and for sale.
Aug. Ill, 1856. 46 If
0. M. WTTHIJIOTON. A. G. BENTLY,
WITHINGTON & BENTLY,
DEALERS IN
French and American Paper Hanging*,
WINDOW Shades, Brass Cornice, Gold Mouldings, Taints
Ac. Painting of all kinds, and jiaper hanging execu
ted in the beat style, at short notice.
48- tX No. 7, Broad street, Nevada.
_ l__ _ B LACHMAN>
NO. 80 BROAD STREET, XEVABA.
—DEALERS IX—
jllarwarr,
Stoves,
Tin-Ware,
Crockery, Ac. Ac.
tff All kinds of Tin Ware made to order. -®0i
Sept. 1S56.—49-3m D. & B. LACHMAN.
Whole**!* Hitt! Retail
LIQUOR STORE.
Main street, near Commercial, Nevada.
THE undersigned would inform the public that he has
now on bend a most extensive assortment of the
Ileit LJquor*
Ever brought to thi* market. Having rebuilt his Fire
Proof Huildjng, with an excellent Cellar under it, he has
every facility' fcr keeping any amount of Goods. He will
keep a good supply pf
WHISKEY; BRANDY, GIN,
WINKS, PORTER, ALE,
ALE, CIDER, Ac., &c.
Also—All kinds of Ca"P liquors, Cordials, Syrups, Ac.
Which hare been selected with the greatest care bv com
petent judge*, and which will be sold a* low or lower than
any other Mtahllsliment in the place.
He will continue the manufacture of SODA at his old
place, which is an article to well known too require recom
mendation.
Deader* and other* wishing to purchase are respectfully
Invited to call and examine my stock.
AAtf J. M. FLCRSHCTZ.
THE NEVADA DEMOCRAT.
TRAVELING.
CALIFORNIA STAGE COMPANY.
TIIK STAGES of this Company will leave their Office, at
Friable'b old Stand, Nevada, as follows:
FOR SACRAMENTO.
leaves Nevada at 1 o'clock, A. M., and arriving at Sac
meuto in time for the 2 o’clock boats for San Francisco.
Also, at 4 o'clock, A. M., running via Auburn, as an Ac
commodation lane to Sacramento.
FOR MARY8VTLL*.
leaves the above named t>ffice every morning at seven
o’clock, A. M.. passing through Grass Valley, Rough &
Ready. Empire Ranch, and Long Bar, and arriving m Ma
rysville at 3 o’clock P. M.
FOR FOREST CITY, POWMKVII.LR, PATTERSON, WOLSKY’fl,
MOORE'S, AND ORLEANS FLATS.
leaves every at 6 1-2 o’clock A. M.
JAMES HAWORTH,
Prea’t. C. S. Co.
W. S. McRo rerts, Agent, Nevada. [tf
NEVADA & WASHINGTON STAGE LINE.
ON ANI) A ITER JANUARY 1, 1856, the above Line will
run as follows:
leaving tlie office, at Frisbie’s old Stand, Nevada, at 8
o’clock, A. M. passing by Mountain Spring House, Morgan’s,
Cold Spring, White Cloud, Gold Hill and Alpha, arriving
at Washington by one o’clock in the afternoon.
It is the nearest and best Route to Washington, Omega,
Scotchman’s Creek. Poor Man’s Creek, and Eureka.
Returning,—The Stages will leave the South Yuba Hotel.
Washington, even' morning at nine o’clock, and arrive at
Nevada by one o’clock P. M., connecting with the Cali
fornia Stage Co’s Coaches for Auburn, Sacramento, Marys
ville and Shasta.
Office—South Yuba Hotel, Washington.
A. S. OLIN, Proprietor.
W. S. McRorkuth, Agent, Nevada. [34-tf
Spring and Summer Arrangement.
T F. I. E G K. A P H LIKE.
Six Horse Coaches from Xci'ada to Camptonville.
ON’ AND A ITER AERIE 15th, the aliove Line of Stages
will leave the Office of the California Stage Company,
at Frisbie’s old Stand. Nevada, every morning, at seven
o’clock. A. M., running by Oak Tree Ranch, San Juan, and
Hess’ Crossing, arriving at Camptonville at 12 M.
Returning—The Stages will leave the National Hotel.
Camptonville, every morning, at seven o’clock, A. M., and
arrive at Nevada in time to connect with the California
Stage Company’s IJne of Stages for Sacramento City, Ma
rysville and Auburn.
jfef Express Matter promptly attended to.
A. WAGENER, Proprietor.
W. B. McRoherth, Ag’t. Nevada. [33-tf
EMPIRE LIVERY STABLE,
Broad Street, Neva<la,
GEORGE MAY, Proprietor.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM HIS
friends ami the public generally, that he has
become Proprietor of the EMPIRE I.IYERY
STABLE, and as he designs keeping constant
ly on iiand
A Stock of Fast Horses,
Would respectfully solicit the patronage of the Public.
jG' Horses kept by the Day or Week on the most rca
flonaldo terms.
20 tf GEORGE MAY,
LIVERY & SALE STABLE.
MAIN STREET, NEVADA.
A. LANCASTER, FORMERLY OF THE
ould inform his friends
that he lias added
lready lArge and Ele
gant establishment of Horses, Buggies. Saddles. Harness,
Ate. Ac.—they are now prepared to furnish as line turn
outs as can is* fontid in the State. 4
Well trained fleet and easy Saddle Horses, well equipped |
for 1 Allies or Gentlemen will be ready at all times.
A long experience in the business and ail earnest desire I
to retain the confidence of his friends, leads him to be
lieve he will be able to give general satisfaction.
Particular ntteiitIon paid to Horses on Livery
Carriages always in readiness with careful drivers for the
use of Balls, Parties, kc. kc.
The quality of our stock will permit us to sav that those
seeking pleasure, or engaged on business would do well to
give us a call. J. A. LANCASTER.
Nevada, Aug. 20, 1856.—46-tf
J. A. LANCASTER, F<
Metropolis Stable, woulc
/and the public generally.
.1 /».. 1. extensively to his alrea
NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS.
WAGON ROAI) from Nevada to Downieville, by way of
R<>111NSON'S CROSSING.
This Road is in fine condition, and presents the shortest
route and best road for Packers and Tennis to all the vari
ous settlements along the Divide, lad ween the South and
Middle and the Middle and North Yubaa*. by way of Hess’
and Emery’s Crossings.
The Road also affords the nearest route for Packers and
Travelers from Sacramento, by way of Rough k Ready,
Grass Valley and Nevada, and the mines further South, to
Poor man’s Creek, Nelson's Creek, and all the mining re
gion north of Nevada and.Downieville.
This Road is as easily traveled as that between SAcra
mento and Nevada. Four horses can readily draw from
three to four thousand pounds of freight, from Nevada to
the top of the hill at Downieville, when the road is not ob
structed by heavy rains or snow.
W. E. ROBINSON, Proprietor.
June 11th, 1856—40-ly*
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Q MAYERS & WM. R. COE, (successors to I*. J. Espcn
scheid.) comer of Main and Commercial Streets, would
respectfully inform the public that they have purchased
the large and well selected Stock of BO(/TS AND SHOES,
contained in the above establishment, and hope by strict
attention to business to merit a share of the public pat
ronage.
Having just received from San Francisco a choice and
well selected stock of Boots and Shoes. ladies* and Misses’
Gaiters, Buskins, Slippers. Children’s Shoes, Ac., Ac., they
would- respectfully invite all those w anting any thing in
the above line to give them a call, as they believe, for va
riety, quality and cheapness, their stock is unsurpassed in
the mountains.
Repairing done on the shortest notice, in a workmanlike
manner, and on the most reasonable terms.
8. MAYERS.
Wm. R. COE.
Mr. S. M avers, late of Grass Valley, and Wm. R. Cok,
formerly of the Brood Street Boot and Shoe Store, have
purchased my entire stock of Bools and Shoes, and I would
cheerfully recommend tiietu to the public as gentlemen
every way worthy their support, ami would respectfully
solicit lor them the patronage of my old friends and custo
mers. [32-tf] P. J. ESPENSdlKID.
$10,000 WORTH OP FtRITUlVREr
ENTIRE NEW STOCK, THE LARGEST AND
best selected ever brought into the mountains,
all of which will be sold cheap for CASH, con
sisting of
Bedsteads of all sizes; ?
Cano anil Wood Seat Chairs;
Cane and Wood Seat Office ('hairs*
Dining, Curd and Center Tables;
Extension and Reading Tables;
Office Desks and Furniture;
Barlier’s Chairs; Wash Stands;
Jxxtking Glasses of all sizes;
Cane Seat and Back Arm Rockers and Nurse Chairs;
Mattrasses; Pillows; Pillow Cases;
Sheets; Comforters; Feathers, Ac.
The undersigned would respectfully invite the attention
of their old customers and the public generally to their
new* stock of goods
On the Corner of Pine and Commercial at a.,
Where by strict attention to business they hope to merit a
liberal share of public jwitronage.
46 tf ABBOTT A EDWARDS.
RANCH FOR SALK.
THE undersigned offer for sale their RANCH. situa*ed
between Montezuma and Columbia Hills, on the South
Yulja. consisting of four hundred and eighty acres of land,
surveyed and recorded according to law. The Ranch is
partly fenced in, and rails enough are made to fence it all.
A good House, Barn. Outhouses. Ac,, have been built on
the main road leading from Robinson's Bridge to the mi
ning towns above. Six tons of Hay, at least, can be cut
on the Ranch each year.
Also, a set of MINING Cl AIMS, on Little Shady Creek,
about a mile below the Ranch, with sufficient water to
work them in the w inter season, free of cost. The Claims
pay twenty dollars to the hand per day, and will last for
three seasons more. Persons wishing to purchase the
claims can have the privilege of prospecting them.
The Ranch and Claims will l>e sold separately or together
cheap for cash. Apply at the Ranch, to
45-3m* JOSEPH AGGEIER & CO.
Coroner’s Sale—»By virtue of an Execution to me
directed, issued out of the Hon. District Court of the
Sixth Judicial District, in and for tho County of Sacrmento,
on a Judgment rendered therein on the 18th day of Septem
ber. A. I). 1856, in favor of W. W. Wright, and against
Chittle A Wardncr, S. S. Hussey, and W. M. Sheridan, for
the sum of Seven Hundred and One Dollars and Forty-six
cents, with interest on the said sum of $701,46 at the rate
of ten per cent per anum, from the ‘24th day of July 1855.
together with all costs of suit. I have levied upon and
seized will expose to public sak* in front of the Sheriffs Of
fice, in Nevada City, on Wednesday the 12th dav of Novem
ber. A. D. 1856. At 2 o’clock P. M. All the right title and
interest of S. S. Hussey in and to a certain Brick Building,
and the lot upon which it stands, situated and being on
Main Street, in Nevada city and County, and known as
Hussey A Rogers Building, now occupied as a Hardware
Store. Also all the right title and interest of the said S. S.
Hussey in and to a certain House, and the lot upon which
it stanils, situated and being on the hill back of Williamson
A Bain’s Cottage, on “Arristocracv Hill,” in Nevada City
and Countv. JOHN GRIMES, Coroner.
Nevada Oct. glut, 1856.—3-id __
JOB PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, NEATLY EXE
cuted at this Office.
NEVADA, CALIFORNIA, TCESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1856.
GROCERIES.
8 AN PRAM CISCO OHOCKKY AND PROVI
SION STORK.
MOTTO!
‘ Small Profits and Quick Return*.''
The undersigned wood respectfully solicit
the attention of the Families and Minera of Nevada and
vicinity to their well selected stock of Family
(groceries, Provisions, Liquors, dee..
Which cannot bo exelled in quality, and at the loweat pri
ces. One of the firm constantly being in San Francisco,
affords us unequalled facilities for purchasing, by which
means we feel confident to he able give
GENERAL SATISFACTION AS TO PRtCB.
We hare also on hand Mining Implements of beet makers.
N. B.—Hotel Keepers, Restaurants and Country Dealers,
would find it to tlieir advantage to give ua a sail before
purchasing elsewhere.
A. ALEXANDER.
N. It.—All Goods cellrered Free of Char**.
No. 35 Broad Street. Bicknell’s Building. 4#-tr
~t7ellard beans & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Groceries) Provisions, Liquor*, (lueeniwm,
Mining Tools, &c«, &e.
At the ohl favorite Stand of HAMLET DA VIS.
IN the Fire-Proof Block of Kidd and Knox, opposite the
United Staten Hotel, 62 Broad Street, Nevada.
HOTEL ARD FAMILY STORKS,
In every variety and of the choicest qualities.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE
September 17th. 186€—60-tf
LANDEKER & GATZERT,
—P1AL«*8 »—
Groceries and Provisions,
Keep constantly on hand a fcil scitly of
all articles suitable for the Market, in their
Fire Proof Building, on Commercial St.
Where they will be happy to wait upon all that visit them.
J. S. IsANDEKEH resides at the Bay, where he in con
stantly purchasing for the house here, and no efforts thall
Ik* spared to always keep on hand a full assortment of the
best quality, which will be sold at a low profit.
J0QT GOODS DELIVERED FREE
Call and see for yourselves. J. S. LANPEKER.
Nevada. Sept. 1866.—48-lf BAILEY GATZERT,
E . D E To UNGfc CO.,
WHOI.KSALK AND RETAIL P1ULBRS I!f
Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Crockery
A.VO GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
No. 05 llrond Street Nevada.
AS OX HAND the following articles, which will be sold
at a small advance for the ready CASH.
H
Hams in brine.
Extra Clear Pork,
Extra Clear Basou,
lard, in kegs and tins,
New Goshen Butter,
Brandy,
Gin and Whiskey,
Porter and Ale,
Schnapps,
Port and Claret Wines,
Cal. Butter, in 6 A: 101b. tins Champaign* Wine.
Now Orleans Sugar,
Crushed Sugar,
Bar Sugar,
China No. 1 Sugar,
Carolina Rice,
China Rice,
Boston Syrup,
Lemon Syrup.
Assorted Syrup*,
Black and Green Teas,
Sperm Candles,
Adamantine Candles,
Can Fruits, in nil varieties, Lamp Wicks,
Starch, Red Herring,
Camphinc, Coooft Shell,
I-amp Oil, Tappioca,
Iron and Tin Ware. Indigo, Maze, Nutmegs,
Wrapping k letter Paper, Cloves,. Ginger, Alspice,
Smokod Beef, Pepper and Mustard,
Cal. and Goshen Cheese, Cream Turtar,
Nails, assorted sizes,
Tobacco, of various brands.
2K3w,
S. R. Flour,
Plain Flour,
Potatoes and Corn Meal,
Brooms and Shovel*,
Hatches, Axes and File*,
Knives. Forks and Spoons,
Pick and Axe Helve*,
Hoes,
Hill and Castile Soap,
Shot, Powder and FtlN,
1 interns,
Cal. and Chili Beans,
Bayou Beans,
Ground Coffee,
.lava and Rio Coffee,
Costa Rica Coffee,
Dried Apples,
Chili Peaches,
Salt, in sacks RTf<l boxes,
Barley ami Wheat,
Jellies and Jam#;, in glass.
Saleratu*,
Washing and Baking Soda,
Yermicilla and Macarona,
Mackerel,
Yeast Powder^
Pickles, in kegs and glass,
Cranberries,
Tomato Catsup,
Pepper Sauce,
Assorted Sauces,
Pie Fruits,
Quicksilver,
I a nap Glasses.
Also a variety of other articles too numerous to mention.
Onr endeavors shall not he required to please those that
should favor us with a call for any of the above articles, or
we defy competition for the quality and pkjcrs of ock
goods.
4ry All Goods purchased of us, delivered FREE OF
CHARGE and with jHinctuaiity. “Ct#
E. DbYOUNG k CO.
Nevada, Sept. 185C.—1-tf
'9
33 11 road Street, Nevada,
OFFER TO Till: TRADE THE LARGEST AND REST SE
locted stock of Merchandise to be found in thin sit/, at
the lowest market prices for CASH.
All Goods sold by us delivered free of charge in and near
town.
PROVISIONS.
Hilling’s Hums; New York and Boston Sugar cured do.
Oregon Hams; Oregon Bacon;
Pork in whole or half barrels; New York Bacon;
California and Oregon smoked Beef;
Thos. Hope k Co. selected Orange County Butter;
Jay L. Adams & Co. “ “ “
lard; Hour.
GROCERIES.
A full and complete assortment of all descriptions.
ARE AND PORTER.
Tennant’s and Byass’, in quarts and pints.
XXX New York .Stock Ale, in hhds, and half barrels,
brewed expressly for the California market.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Genuine Havana, various choice brands;
JJomeKtic, various choice brands;
Fruit Tobacco;
Let Her Hip Tobacco.
CASED GOODS.
Adamantine and Sperm Candles; Soap,
Assorted Jellies, Catsup,
Pie Fruits, I*mon Syrup,
Wolfe’s Aromatic Schnapps, Pine Appla Syrty,
Annisetta. Gome Syrup,
Sautem Wine, Strawberries,
Hock Wine, Pine Apple,
Claret Wine, Fresh Apples,
Champagne, Heidsick, Pears,
Cbampapue, Munn's Cabinet, Quinces,
Raisins, lobsters,
Ginger Wine, Turkey,
Vermouth. Chicken,
Wormwood Cordial, Green Corn,
Masasliine, Orgeat,
Kirsh, Cider,
Rasberry Syrup, Oysters,
Strawberry do, Pickles,
Brandy Peaches, Blackberries,
LIQUO RS AND WIN ES.
Old Pinett CartiUeon A Co. Brandy,
I, Saxerac lie Forge,
A Brillionn,
Luui* Le Burton A Co. Vintage 1805,
Vin Louis.
Bereoit Triocho A Co.
J. A F. Mart ell,
Marett A Co.,
Champagne, United Vineyard Proprietors,
L. Seignett*
Meders A Wolfs’ Swan Gin,
Jamaica and St. Croix Rum,
New England Hum,
Old Reserre and Bourbon Whiskey,
Scotch and Irish Whiskey,
Old Tom,
Pale and Brown Sherry, in wood and Glass,
Old Madeira, in wood and Glass,
Old Port, in wood and Glase.
For tale by
TKAL k CO.,
51-tf 33 Broad Street, Nevada
JESSE S. WALL & BROTHER,
DEALERS IN
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Miner's Supplies, Preserved Fruits, Liquors, Ac.
No. 65 Broad Street, Nevada.
HAVING completed our new fire-proof building, wr are
now receiving the larged Stock of Goods ever brought
to this place. Having plenty of room, and being secure
against fire, it is our intention to keep on hand at ail times
a full assortment of all articles to be found in similar estab
lishments. wliich will be sold to Miners and Families
On (he most Reasonable Terms.
Our Stock consists in part of the following asssortraeut of
Family Groceries, Ac.
3,000 Lbs. S. C. Hams,
100 Bibs. Flour;
3,000 Lbs. Side Bacon;
1,000 Lbs. lard;
GAR, COFFEE. TEA, RICE,
*00 Qr. Sacks Flour;
10,000 Lbs. Potatoes;
8,000 Lbs. Hams;
3,000 Lbs Goshen butter
With a complete stock of 8l , ,
TOBACCO, FRESH FRUITS, HARDWARE, QUEENS'! ARE,
kc. kc.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE
We invite the attention of Country Dealers to our large
stock of Goods. Ah we have unuRual facilities for purchas
ing, we .are confident that we can sell on hucIi terms an will
make it to their advantage to trade with us instead of
going below for their Mupplie*.
J. 8. WALL k BROTHER, Broad St**,
September 10. 1866—tf.
M^oox.A.ns^c-A.Txoisr,
By order of J. NEELY JOHNSON,
Governor of the State of California .
Vj"OTICE l« hereby th»t a General Election will be
Xl held throughout Nevada county, on TUESDAY, the
tth day of November, A D. 18S6.
The iollowing State Officers are to be elected :
Four Presidential Electors.
Two Members of Congress.
A Clerk of the Supreme Court.
A Superintendent of Public Instruction.
County Officer».
One Senator, for the ISth Senatorial District composed
of the county of Ne vada.
Five members at the Assembly.
A Sheriff.
A County Clerk.
A District Attorney.
A County Treasurer.
A Public Administrator.
A Coroner.
An Assessor.
A County Surveyor.
A Superintendent of Common Schools.
A County Supervisor of District No. 1, composed of the
townships of Nevada and Washington.
A County Supervisor of District No 2, composed of the
townships of Grass Valley, Rough Sc Ready and Little
York. J
A County Supervisor of District No 3, composed of the
townships of Bridgeport and Eureka.
Township Officers,
Two Justices of the Peace.
Two Constables.
By order cf the Board of Supervisors of Nevada Co.
ELECTION PRECINCTS.
At a meeting of the Board of Supervisors for Nevada
County, held on Monday, October‘21st, 18btf.
It is ordered that the following precincts be established
as the Flection precincts of the county, and the following
persons are appointed at the several precincts, as Inspec
tors and Judges, at the General Flection to l>e held on the
fourth day oi November next, to wit:
NEVADA TOWNSHIP.
Nn'tida Precinct —at Amerioan Exchange.—Inspector—
D. Balden—Judges—Waldo M. Allen, J. C. Abbott.
Pleasant Hat Precinct —Inspector—M. Montgomery—
Judges—Frank Reed, J. C. Puffer.
Blue Tent Precinct —at Blue Tent House.—Inspector—
Remington—Judges—Sol. Cushman, J. M. Foster.
Missouri Bar Precinct —at John Lew’s Store.—Inspector,
Robert Lawrence—Judges—H. M. H u time i*-ter, H. I) Barr
Gold HiU and While Cloud Precinct —at White Cloud
House. —Inspector—James Lindley*—Judges—K. Metres,
Wm. Roswell.
Maker's Precinct —at Ilunerfkudt’s House.—Inspector—
Holliman—Judges—I>. W. Ridley, Alexander.
GRASS VALLEY TOWNSHIP.
Grass Talley— at the building adjoining Smith’s Fx
change.—Inspector—Joseph Woodworth—Judges—William
McCormack. Jeremiah Stone.
Buena Vida Ranch —at Taylor & Glock’s House.—In
spector—€. Barker—Judges—Ben Taylor, M. P. O’Connor.
Burowjh's Ranch on Wotf Creek. —Inspector—A. F. Good
win—Judges—John Smith, M. Keathlej.
Album's Ranch —at Dunkel’s Store.—Inspector— —
Baize—Judges—J. lairimer, T. Hartery.
/Nine fiill— at Hathaway's Camp.—Inspector—
Hatha wav—"Judges—• — . .
ROUGH k READY TOWNSHIP.
Rough <f Ready —at the Downer House.—Inspector—W.
Davis—Judges—A. C. Kean, E. W. Roberts.
Zinc House —at Zinc Uofise.—Inspector—Robert Gordon,
Judges—Win. Natber, Sheppard.
Pleasant Valley —at Beckman’s House.—Inspector—C.
Berk man—Judges—T. R. Goe, Wbitesell.
Newtown —at Seliardin’s Store.—Inspector— Wm. Hill—
Judges—Juo. E. Couglcton, Kaekiel Robbins.
Ju lian Springs—nl Indian Springs fHome.—Inspector
11. L. Hatch- Judges—Wm. Gilliam, Wm. Oassaway.
Lauder* Bar —at Live Oak House.—Ins|»ector—Anthony
Smith—Judges—Frederick took. T. R. Gardner.
Industry Bar—at Brown & Trail’s Store.—Insjjector—
— Brown—Judges.—Wm. Griffin, McDonald.
LITTIJ; YORK TOWNSHIP.
Lillie York —at Gaylord’s Store.—Inspector—J. Cardner,
Judges— — Coggins, — Gaylord.
Remington Hill—at W. I). Fisher’s.—Inspector—John
Huzzy—Judges—C. F. Macy, — Green.
Hancock Ranch —at J. IJlley’s.—Inspector Par
ish—Judges Wheat. J. Filler.
I’leatant Valley —at Weiss’s Store.—Inspector—L. L.
Burd—.Judges—John Weiss. .
Red Dog —at Brooklyn House.—Inspector—T. J. Bur
gess—.lodges—Dr. Turney, J. C. Green.
Walluupa —at Macauley’n Hotel.—Inspector— — Lof
tiu—Judges—James Hanna, Cheney.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP.
Washington —at South Yuba Hotel.—Inspector—J. N.
Uasley—Judges—Robert Lntta, Henry Young.
Jefferson —Inspector—Daniel Boody-^Judges—L. Hang
dom. J. White.
Alpha —at Wirom Hotel.—Inspector—W. W. Wixom—
Judges—Calvin Hall, J. Codrington,
Omega —at Iansing’s Store.—Inspector—Dr. J. Teeples—
Judges—L. R. Prescott. J. V. lAnsing.
Bftr Valle y—at Butterfield’s.—Inspector—Thos. Butter
field—Judges—A. Scott. — ■ Iceman.
EUREKA TOWNSHIP.
Knrtka Precinct —at Clark’s House.—Inspector—H. Hen
derson—Judges—Wm. Adams. 8. Scliofler.
South Fork Poor Man's Creek Precinct —at Morris’Store-
Inspector—l>r. Bush—Judges—E. N. Stocker, Allan George.
Mohawk Flat Precinct— at Clark’s House.—Inapector— N.
E. Allen—Judges—A. J. Brum, W r m. Doyle.
Orleans Flat l*rccinrt —at Orleans House.—Insjioetor—J.
(Vegan—Judges—Andrew Dunyea, 8. R. Hickman.
Moore's Flat L*recinct —at Moore’s House.—Inspector— IL
M. Moore—.Judges Blakesley, Sliaw.
Wolsey's Flal Precinct —at Fox’s House.—Inspector—An
drew Hanna—Judges—E. P. Hubbard, John Harris.
Htmf/ug City Precinct —at Irwin’s House.—Inspector—
Wm. Tavior—.Judges—L. F. Wilcox, Jones.
Relief Hill Prerinct —at Franklin Todd’a House.—Inspec
tor—Wm. Tutile—Judges—M. C. Cardy. Joseph Bonham
BRIDGEPORT TOWNSHIP.
S wetland'* —at Old Dominion.— Inspector—MoscmF. Hoit,
Judges—.John S. Brown, Drake.
Cherokee —at Turney’s.—Inspector—R. C. W'yatt—Jud
ges—Aaron Davis, diaries Howes.
San Juan—st .Sierra Nevada Hotel.—Inspector—W. P. L.
Winliam—Judge.*—W’m. H. Seare, I>r. Waterman.
FrmcH Corral —at Wisconsin Hotel.—Inspector-—I). C.
Bryan—Judges—.Sam. Caswell, Parsley.
I'oimt Dejlmes «t Wooi’a House.—Inspector—D. J.
Wood—J udges— — , — .
Jens'n Cranny, South Tula —at Thus. leoaard’s House—
Inspector—Michael Joaea—Judges—Chaa. MeCorted, Geo.
H. Hamlin.
Jones's Har Midtfle Tula —Smith’s old Store atthe mouth
of Bloody Rub.—Inspector—John W. Plummer—Judges—
Joseph Re Lorty. IlanibalSypert.
P OCLAMATION.
WHEREAS the first section of the 10th Article of the
Constitution of the State of California require* that
amendments of the Constitution, after having been adopted
by the legislature, shall be published three months with
the yeas and nays thereon, and referred to the next Legis
lature. and whereas the annexed proposed amendment to
the Constitution was adopted by the Legislature at the
session of 1866. and tbe came published and referred to the
legislature of 1366, as required by the (Vmstitutjon, and
the said proposed amendment having been agreed to by a
majority of all the members of each House:
Now, therefore, I, J. Neely Johnson. Governor of the
State of California, do hereby direct that at the general
('lection to be holden throughout the State of California, on
the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November. A. I>.
1866, being the 4th day of the month, said proposed amend
ment be submitted to the qualified electors voting at such
election, in accordance with an Act entitled “an Act agree
ing to the proposed amendments to the Constitution, and
provMiug for its submission to the people.” Approved April
10, 1866, a«d commend the same to the consideration of the
citizens of the State of California.
( . Witness roy hand and the great seal of the State,
4 L. 8. y at the city of Sacramento, this tho 3d day of Oe
tuber, A. D. 1866.
J. NEELEY JOHNSON.
Attest, David F. Douglass, Sec’y of State.
Proposed Amendments to tKe Constitution
of the State of California.
Section two of Article ten, is amen<l«d so as to read as
follows : And if, at any time, two-thirds of the Senate and
Assembly shall think it necessary to revise and change this
entire Constitution, they shall recommend to the electors,
at tht next election for members of the legislature, to rote
for or against a Convention, and if it shall appear that a
majority of the electors; voting at such election have voted
in favor of calling a Convention, the legislature shall, at its
next session, provide, by law, for Calling a Convention, to
be holden within six months after the passage of such law ;
and such Convention shall eonsist of a number of members,
not less than that of both branches of the legislature. The
Constitution that may be agreed upon and adopted by such
Convention, shall be submitted to the people at a special
election, to be provided for by law, for their ratification or
rejection; each voter shall express his opinion by deposit
ing in the ballot box a ticket, whereon shall be written or
printed, the words “For the new Constitution,” or “Against
the new Constitution.” The returns of such election shall,
in such manner as the Convention shall direct, be certified
to the Executive of the State, who shall call to his assist
ance the Controller, Treasurer and Secretary of State, and
compare the vote so certified to him. If, by such examina
tion, it be ascertained that a majority of the whole number
of votes,, cast at such election, be in favor of such new Con
stitution, the Executive of this State shall, by his procla
mation, declare such new Constitution to l>e the Constitu
tion of the State of California. 3-te
Dissolution .—notice is hereby given, that
the Partnership heretofore existing between the under
signed, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Both
parties are authorized to settle the partnership accounts,
and sign in liquidation.
If. P. gWEETLAND,
CLUJ* 0. 0VECTUND.
October l«b, !*«.—a tar
From our Extra of Friday Morning.
BT TELEGRAPH TO THE DEMOCRAT.
Arrival of (he Nicaragua Steamer
ORIZABA.
New York Dates to October 6th.
Important from Nicaragua—'Two
Battles—Walker Victorious.
Political Intelligence!!
KANSAS AFFAIRS!
San Francisco, Oct. 30, 6 p. m.
The Nicaragua steamer Orizaba, E. L. Tink
clpaugh commander, left New York August Gth
at 6 P. M. for Sau Juan, via Rio de Janeiro,
Straits of Magellan, Talcahuana, Valparaiso and
San Juan del Sud. Oct. 19th, nt one o’clock,
left San Juan with 450 passengers and 50 pack
ages of express freight from New York per
steamer Tennessee. President Walker’s army
in good health and spirits and is securing large
amounts of men and arms by every steamer.
The Tennessee brought 400 stand of Minnie
rifles, six shell guns, 100 boxes of ammunition,
and 250 men.
The Teuuessce was dispatched immediately on
her arrival at San Juan Del Norte to New Or
leans for GOO men for Walker, which would
swell his army to near 3000 Americans. It iB
the opinion of all Americans on the Isthmus
that Walker’s last great victory would end the
warju Nicaragua. October 15th, the Orizaba
exchanged signals with steamship Sierra Ne
vada bound to Sau Juan. Same day, spoke
sU>amer Golden Age and received from her
Sheriff Willson, who had in charge a man named
Perry Train, charged with shooting a Deputy
Sheriff at Sonora.
Attack at Message—Routing the Allied for
res—Two Glorious Victories In two days.
The allied forces having advanced from Man
agua, Gen. Walker ordered the Garrison at that
place, amounting to 350 men, to fall back im
mediately in Granada, in order to allow the en
emy to occupy the place. This they did and it
was the unanimous wish of every American in
Granada, that their apparent success would in
spire them with sufficient courage to attack
Granada. Such an attack could be followed
ouly by the result, or a disastrous defeat. The
citizens, tliat is the persons not belonging to the
army, but engaged in trade and attending to
the civil business of the State, formed them
selves into a company to assist in the defense of
the city, and participated in the glory of a vic
tory. As the allied forces would not advance,
Walker having been re-iuforced with men and
two mounted Howitzers, advanced to Massaga
to give them battle. The Americans entered
Massaga by the way known as the middle road.
They had scarcely appropriated to themselves a
place to spend the night, when the enemy began
to shoot in the direction in which our soldiers
were encamped. Random shooting was kept up
for about two hours, but there was not any
Americans killed, although four were wounded,
one only of whom is dangerously so.
About daylight in the morning of the 12th,
the battle began. The American forces were
stationed on an eminence. The enemy were in
large numbers at a distance of 500 yards. They
tired upon us with a large gun and it seemed
that it was too dark to determine their motions
accurately, but they were supposed to be ad
vancing under the cover of its lire. A bomb
from one of our howitzers fell with nice pre
cision in their midst. When the smoke cleared
away there was not one of them in sight. The
howitzers continued to throw shots until they
j got in sight of the church on the upper plaza,
j The first rifles were now in sight of the church.
I A shell was thrown in the plaza, and the word
given to “charge.” With three loud cheers and
the wildest enthusiasm, the rifles ran down the
slope, followed steadily by the remainder of the
forces. The enemy unable to resist such a vig
orous attack, fled in every direction. Company
C, commanded by Capt. Dolan, had the good
fortune to be the first in. Two of the General’s
aids, Mahon and Gist, accompanied them. The
! church and the houses surrounding were en
1 tend in a minute, and when Gist returned and
' said “General, the plaza is taken,” a loud shout
of triumph rent the air.
A well organized company of sappers and
miners were set to work to clear away the
houses towards the large plaza to allow the
passage of our guns. Almost every house was
full of the enemy. They were driven steadily
back from one to the other until they were at
length all in the large plaza. The howitzers
threw shell into the houses and the soldiers
rushed in and took possession. They thus fought
all day. The taking of this plaza decided the
fate of Massaga. We had now the advantage
of a good position, and a vigorous assault of a
few minutes would have placed the whole city
in our bauds.
The soldiers requested permission to charge
directly on the large Church in the centre of
the h»rge Plaza, but Gen. Walker would not
permit them to run the risk of losing their lives.
About midnight Gen. Walker received intelli
gence that a large body of the enemy were mo
ving out of Massaga towards Grenada.' At 3
o'clock on the morning of the 13th, the Ameri
can soldiers started in pursuit. The enemy was
not overtaken until they entered Granada.—
Gen. Velosso, a San Salvadorian, who is com
mander in Chief of the allies, heard of Gen.
Walker’s approach. He dispatched by a differ
ent road about 600 men to attack Granada. lie
must have been under the impression that it had
been left wholly unprotected, and that it would
fall easily into his hands. They arrived about
one o’clock on the afternoon of the 12th and
entered the city by two parts. They attempted
to get into the Plaza but were repulsed with
considerable loss. They then got into houses
and began to cut their way into the centre of
the city. About 4 o’clock in the afternoon the
enemy rang bells and gave other demonstra
tions of having been re-in Night came>
WHOLE NO. 161.
the Americans were on the edge of the large
Plaza, the tiring gradually lessened and about
10 o'clock it almost entirely ceased. At this
time in addition to our two killed, we had 15
men 'disabled by wounds. The enemy had to
our knowledge 100 men killed. There must
have been many killed by our shells in the large
Church and about it, of the number of whom we
could know nothing. There were only about 150
Americans in Granada, and these under Brig
Gen. Fry held the city and fought against this
great odds for twenty-one hours.
The number of the enemy killed in Granada
is truly astonishing. In many of the houses
they lay piled up in dozens, and ore laying on
the streets, on the door steps and in the out hou
ses. They were killed in large numbes in the
bushes. Bango loads were killed while they
were endeavoring to escape by the lake, and in
telligence is every hour arriving of where tens
and twenties of bodies have been discovered in
the yards. The 'guard-house is already nearly
full of prisoners, and others who have been en
deavoring to escape, are being, while we write,
continually brought in. There were not more
than 10 Americans killed altogether. Seven of
those were killed by runuing from their posi
tions too soon after they heard of the arrival of
the troops from Massaga. There arc probably
15 or 20 wounded. Among the wounded wo
regret to announce John Tabor, Proprietor of
“El Nicaragucuse' ’ whose leg had been broken
above the knee by a musket ball, and Maj. A.
Dillis. We have not had time to collect a list
of all the killed and wounded.
The victories of Massaga and Granada have
put a period to the war in Nicaragua. Those
who attacked Granada were not natives of this
country. They boasted during the night that
they were San Salvadorians and Guatemalians,
and that being such, we might as well lay down
our arms at once as they were unconquerable.
We blush to add white men among them, whose
voice indicated that the United States of North
America had been disgraced by giving them
nativity. The march to Massaga, spending the
night without sleep, fighting all day until morn
ing, marching back and gaining such a splendid
victory at Granada, is probably the greatest
test of American endurance and bravery that
ever occurred.
Atlantic News.
To-days steamer brought dates from New
York to Oct. 6. It is reported at Washiugton,
that the administration will shortly make a de
mand upon New Granada, for full and ample
satisfaction for .the outrages committed upon
Americans at Panama during the riot, and that
our naval officers have been enjoined to exercise
greater vigilance for the protection of our citi
zens in that quarter. A construction and a
freight traiu on the Michigan Southern Rail
Road, came in collision on the 27th of Sept.,
near the New Albany and Salem Grossing.—
Eight laborers, and a passenger from New York,
name unknown, were killed, and 28 laborers
were wounded by the disaster.
Several alarming riots have occured in Bal
timore, growing out of the excited state of the
public mind on political matters. The most se
rious disturbance was caused by a report that a
gang of New York rowdies had been imported
by the Democrats to participate in the election
of October 1st. The head quarters of the Em
pire Club was a special object of hostility. It
appears however, that the assailing parties were
repulsed; one man w r as shot in the knee and
several others were wounded.
A riot has occurred in Louisville Ky. A
Fremont and Fillmore meeting was held at the
same time-—a general fight took place. The
Louisville political papers accuse each other of
promoting the riot.
The Democrats of N. Y. City, have nomina
ted Fernando Wood for mayor. The munici
pal reformers have nominated James R. Whit
ney for Mayor. The Americans in the third
and eighth ward, have nominated reflectively,
J. Phillips Pheeuix and Shepard Knapp for Con
gress.
Mr. Fabin editor of the Charleston S. C. Mer
cury, has becu killed in a duel with Mr. Mc-
Grath.
Binuiiampton, Oct. 3d.
Ueury Bennett was to-day renominated for
Congress by the Republicans of the 21st dis
trict.
Albany, Oct. 4th.
Era’smus Corning was nominated for Congress
by the Democrats, this afternoon.
The Yellow Fever prevails at Brooklyn N. Y.
There has also been several cases of fever at
Fort Hamilton, and Bellevue Hospital.
Kansas. —Wc have news from Kansas to the
20th September. The Territory was somewhat
more tranquil. Gen. Lane reached Nebraska
City on the 18th September. The border was
cleared against the free State men going or re
luming. The election takes place on the first
of October. A letter to the St. Louis Democrat
says the free State prisoners have been exam
ined before Judge Cato and committed for trial
at the April terra of the Court. Warrants have
been issued for the arrest of Stringfellow, Sheriff
Jones and other pro-slavery leaders.
Political.
The New York IltraUl says that the Fillmore
party in Pennsylvania and New Jersey contem
plate uniting upon an Electoral ticket to defeat
Buchanan, purposing after the result is made
known to buy off a sufficient number of Electors
to throw the election into the House of Repre
sentatives,
A Fillmore Convention was held at Manches
tes, N. H., on the 3d of Oct., which nominated
a State Electoral ticket.
President Pierce has been making an eastern
tour. He was at Concord, N. H., on the 2d of
October.
A Fillmore Electoral ticket was nominated
Oct. 3d at Detroit, Mich.
Anson Burlingame has been re-nominated for
Congress by both the American and Republican
conventions, held at Boston Oct. 1st.
On the 2d of October Chauncey L. Knapp
was re-nominated by both the American and
Republican Conventions in the 8th Congres
sional District of Massachusetts;

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