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Mliicra' Meeting at San Juan.
At a meeting or the miners of North Sau
Juan, Junction Bluff, Sweetlandu, Birchville,
Cherokee aud Badger Hill, held pursuant to a
general call, for the purpose of taking Home
measures towards alleviating the pecuniary dif
ficulties under which they have been laboring
for a long while past in consequence of the high
prices asked for water by the companies fur
nishing water to the various localities in the
said districts. Mr. C. E. Oluey was called to
the Chair aud R. II. Farquaher appointed Secy.
After a brief exposition of the objects for
which the meeting had assembled, by the Chair
man, on motion of L. C. McKibbey, a commit
■ tee of six, consisting of Messrs. Farquhar, Ve
say, McKibbey, Foults, Bulacher and tVinham
were appointed by the meeting to draft resolu
tions expressive of its feelings upon the matters
that are the subjects of our deliberations.
The committee alter a few minutes absence
reported the following preamble aud resolutions:
Whereat, it having been for a long time ap
parent to the mining interests of the districts of
Badger Hill, Cherokee, North San Juau. Junc
tion Bluff, Sweetlands and Birchville, that the
prices asked for water by the water companies
which have been supplying the said districts are
entirely disproportioned to the yield of the dig
gings, and preclude the possibility of the great
majority of the companies realizing anything
over their expenses, aud believing that such a
condition of affairs is injurious not only to the
miners themselves, but to the prosperity of the
community at large and with all deffereuce to
the ability of the water companies, to under
stand their own interests best, we think also
detrimental to their permanent prosperity, it is
therefore
Resolved, That for the purpose of making an
effectual organization to carry out the objects
of this meeting, an executive committee con
sisting of one individual from each mining com
pany, (to be chosen by the majority of his com
pany,) in each of said districts, be appointed,
which committee shall be empowered to take
all necessary measures to complete such organ
ization.
Resolved, That tho appointing of the said ex
ecutive committee be confid'd to a sub commit
tee of six, consisting of one member from each
of the 6aid districts, who shall be instructed to
require said executive committee to convene in
(ireeu's Concert Hall, North Sau Juan, on
Wednesday |the 3d of Pec. at 1 o clock, 1*. M.,
there to take final action ill all matters which
may come before said committee.
The following persons were then appointed
on said committee: Messrs. Morehouse of San
Juan, Dickson of Junction Bluff, It. B. 1’aton ol
Kweetlaubs, M. A. Winham ol Birchville, A. W.
Foults of Badger Hill, aud F. Bulacher of Cher
okee.
On motion, the meeting then adjourned until
Wednesday Dee. 3rd, 1850.
C. E. OLXEY, Chairman.
B. II. FiHqniKK. Sec’y.
Pursuant to the above adjournment, the mi
ners of San Juan, Cherokee, Badger Hill, Uircb
ville, Junetion Blutl', and Columbia llill, met in
grand council at Green’s Hall, on Wednesday
l»ec. 3, lSoii. Mr. C. E. Gluey, Chairman, call
ed the meeting to order, and the Sec’y. being
absent, A. East in was elected to till his place.
The committee appointed at said meeting of
Dec. 1st not being present, tue following were
appointed to report on the premises above men
tioned. viz : L. C. McKibbey, M. Dunlap, A. \V.
Dolts, Geo. B. Brown, Joel Howe. Morehouse, jr.
and l>. C. P. Cummings.
Resolved, That a representative from each mi
lling company be requested to sign bis name to
the proceedings of this meeting, with the uuui
ber composing his company, as a guarrantee
of whatever measures the meeting may see lit
to adopt.
It 'port of the committee appointed to draft
re. olulions to he read before u meeting of mi
ners at North San Juan, Dec. 1st 185G, viz;
Be it Resolved, That the preamble and resolu
tions drawn up and passed on Monday evening
last, Dec. 1st, fully meet our views as to the
wants and necessities ol the miners in the sev
eral districts represented at this meeting.
Ife-uAced, That we will not only suspend the
use of water, hut by all honorable means en
deavor to dissuade all our fellow minors from
purchasing water, until the water companys
w ill agree to furnish us at 25 cents per inch.
I. C. MclvIBBEY, Junction Bluff,
II, DUNLAP, Columbia Hill.
A. W. EOLTS, Badger Hill.
GEO. B. BROWN, Birchville.
JOEL HOWE, .Miss. Valley.
MOREHOUSE, Jr.. North San Juan.
D. C. P. CUMMINGS, Cherokee.
Resolved. That the above named committee be
requested to w ait upon tile ditch companies and
ncquaint them with the action of this meeting,
and inform them that they need not turnon wa
ter to any of said mining company* unless at
the reduced price of 25 cents per inch.
Resolved, That the Sec’y. bo required to have
the publication of the proceedings of this meet
ing made in the Nevada Democrat and the Ne
vada Journal.
On motion, the meeting then adjourned, sub
ject to the call of the Chairman or Secretary
for a future meeting.
CHALKS E. OLNEV, Pros’L
A. Ea.stix, Sec’y.
The Election' in New Orleans. —The New
Orleans True Delia gives the following account
of the election in that city on the 4th of Novcm
l>or. The total vote was 8678, (4000 leS3 than
San Francisco,) of which Fillmore got G052,
and Buchanan 2026. The Delia says:
According to law, there was to have been an
election in this city yesterday, and the usual
paraphernalia of such things was. after a fash
ion, visible at the localities designated by the
City Council for the thing to be done, As ev
ery one expected, the whole was a broad farce,
save where some foolish fellow, who imagined
be had a right to vote according to his own
ideas, ventured upon depositing a ticket for
Butbanan in the box, and got knocked down
with a slung-shot for his presumption. To
speak, therefore, of such an affair, without be
ing suffocated by unutterable disgust, we con
fess our utter inability, and whether the vote
for Fillmore show two thousand or ten thousand
majority, will entirely depend on the moderar
(ion of the Inspectors; for we cannot imagine
any other limit, as everything was managed
precisely as rowdyism—rampant, unchecked,
and apparently authorised—chose to dictate.
We, therefore, turn away with disgust from
the revolting affair, and say that anything more
sickening we never expect or wish to witness
again.
Important Decision. —We clip the following
from one of our New York exchanges :
‘•At a recent Methodist meeting in one of the
towns in Erie county, iu this State, the preacher
undertook to instruct his hearers in their duty
the coming election. He denounced the pres
ent national administration of the general gov
ernment, as well as the Democratic and Ameri
can parties, in the most violent manner, and
called upon all the voters in the congregation
to vote for free speech, free Kansas, and Fre
mont. One of his hearers, an American, being
somewhat excited, exclaimed, ‘Old fellow, I will
bet you ten to five dollars there are more Fill
more men present than there are of the negro
worshippers.’ The offer was declined by the
preacher, and the person making the offer was
complained of, under the statute,for disturbing
a religious meeting. The facts submitted
to a jury, they decided that the meeting was not
a religious but a political meeting, and the Fill
more man was discharged.”
Caret a Watcu. —A young man in the em
ploy of Messrs. Bartlett 4 Co., at the Soda Fac
tory was kicked by a horse on Thursday last—
Luckily for him, he bad a thick hunting cased
watch in bis vest pocket, which saved him from
being seriously hurt. Tbo watch however, was
so badly smashed that ft is cow good for noth
* n F -S\aein Corner.
Mr. J. W. Sullivan, the great newspaper deal
er of San Fraucisco, hag forwarded to us a mag
nificent package of papei* from every section
of the eastern States; among which are the Irish
News, Citizen. Cincinnati Commercial, True
Delta, Washington Union, &c. He has our
thanks.
We are indebted to Mr. Mead, of Wells, Far
go Jt Co’s Express, for a copy of the N. Y. Her
ald, of the 6th ult., several hours in advance of
the stage.
Geo. Welch, of the Pioneer Book Store, has
our thanks for late Atlantic papers.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Nevada Ttiupk- of Honor \o. 8—Meets every
Monday evening, at Temperance Hall, at 7 o’clock.
Visiting Brethren in good standing are ever welcome.
A. 1*. Church, W. R. C-6m H. B. PALMER, W. C. T.
Religious Notice—The REV. E. COOPER, of the
Protc.stant Episcopal Chucrh, will hold service In Flur
shuts building, (up stairs) Main street, on Sunday next,
at 11 o’clock A. M.
Notice.—»The uuder*igncd would respectfully inform
the public that he lias purchased the Drug Store on Com
mercial street, recently established by B. B. Thayer of San
Francisco, which contains a full stock of FRESH DRUGS,
from the best English and other European manufacturers,
arvl are ntrh as can be depended upon ; also, a complete
assortment of the finest Perfumeries, and articles of toilet,
together with a full supply of every thing belonging to the
business. The Store is under the management of Doctor
B. R. Carman, who will devote particular attention to have
the establishment conducted in such a manner as to gain
tlTe confidence of the public. •
X. B.—Physician's prescriptions properlr compounded.
Vtf ' GEO. O. KILBOl RN\
“A Moment of Time Is a Monument of
Mercy.”—Thus says the Proverbs, and thus say we to
those who are afiiicted with Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Pain
or Weakness of the Breast or Side, and first stages of Con
sumption. Take a bottle of WISTAR’9 BALSAM OF WILD
CHERRY in time, and It will give immediate relief, and
jcrfnrm a permanent cure.
ts'Bew orr of Counterfeits and Imitations.
—As there arc quite a number of counterfeit articles bear
ing the name of WISTAR’S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY,
purporting to be the genuine and original, we therefore
deem it necessary for the protection of ourselves, and for
the public good, to caution all person* who purchase the
HaDum of Wild Cherry, to look well to the signature before
buying. The Geuuinc WIHTAR’rf BALSAM OF WILD
CHERRY has a fac simile of the signature of Henry Wistar,
M. I)., Philadelphia, and Sandtbrd A Park, on a finely exe
cuted steel engraved wrapper. Therefore be cautious, as
none can be geuuinc without the signature of Sandford A
Park.
For !*alc by Druggists throughout the State.
DojCt be Deceived by 1'Nrnixapi.EO DRuuGwm, but buy
of an honest dealer. Look welt at the signature before
purreasing-— take none unless it has the name of Handlbrd
k Park engraved on the outside wrapper, as all others arc
BASE COUNTERFEIT*.
PARK hi warn; Proprietor*.
To wbwm all order* should be address*!. Also, Impor
ters, Wholesale and Retail Agents of all valuable Patent
Medicine*, warrant!*! genuine.
Washington Hra-t, opposite tlio Post Office, Han Fran
cisco. 6-bui
#ij* \ Perfumed Lody or
*•< u’b itian would remain under the curse of a di. agreeable
breath, wh tu by using the ‘ Halm of a Thousand Flowers"
as a dentrifice would not only render it sweet but lea re the
teeth white as niibaaterr Ms nr persons do not know their
breath is bad, and the subject in so dedicate their friends
will ue>er mention it. I’our a single drop of the “Bairn"
on your tooth-brush and wash the teeth night and morning.
A Beautiful Complexion may easily b« acquired by using
the “Balm or a Thousand Flows**." It will remove tan,
piuij le*, and freckles from the skin, leaving it of a soft and
roseate hue. Wet a towel, pour on two or three drops,
and wash the face night mud morning.
Ski a vino Made F.a»v.—Wet your shaving brush iu either
warm or cold water, pour ou two or three drops of “Malm
oi a Tiiockand Flo wens," rub the beard well, and it will
make a beautiful soft lather much facilitating the opera
tion of shaving.
Sold by Druggists.
PARK A WHITE, Sole Agents,
8 3m Wa.-biugton street, opposite the Post Office.
Ifostcttcr's Celebrated Htomurli Hitter*.—
Farts cannot be questioned, when the people of any country
bear testimony in mass, a* in the case of Dr, J. Ilo-dettfr's
Stomach Ritters. Not only have we the individual evidence
of the land, but almost every frfkjior lit the L'uloti Is cotn
meiiUiig ujK»n the givat benefit <k*rivad from the use of
these celebrated Bitter*; various diploma* awarded
them, among which U one from the Ohio Mechanic's Insti
tute, at their Thirteenth Annual Exhibition, at Cincinnati,
where the Committee was composed chiefly of Phyideiann
in the city. For PysjK*psia, in any form, the»e Bitter* arc
a certain cure, when Urcd a*> direction. Also for Loan
of Appetite, Iudlgc.stion, General lability, and a sure Pre
ventive of lever and Ague. These Titters are p!ca«ant to
the ta-de. and a delightful beverage. Purchasers should
be careful and take none but the Genuine IIo.STiciTEtt'*
Stomach Hitter* —and you nre safe.
For sale hv the principle Druggists and first class Saloons.
PARK A WHITE,
Sole Agents for the Pacific coast, to w hom all order* should
be addressed, Washington at., opposite the Post office.
SAN FRANCISCO.
FRANK THAYER, Druggist,
3*3m and Agent at Nevada.
Dr. Guysott’s Improved Extract
..OF..
YEIjIjO w dock
...AND...
8AR SAPARILLA,
IS ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE BEST SARSAPARILLA
made; as in certified by the wonderful cure* it has per
formed. Remember, this is the only true and genuine ar
ticle. This Medicine, when used according to din-ctiou*,
Will Cure Without Fall
Scrofula, or King'* Evil, Cancers, Tumors, Eruptions of
the skin, Erysipelas, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring
worm or Tetter, Scald Head. Rheuma
tism. Pains iu the Bones and Joints,
Old Sores and Ulcers, Swelling
of the elands, Dyspepsia,
Salt Rheuiu, Disease
of the Kidneys, I/>s* of Appetite,
Disease arising from the Use of Mercury, Pain in the Side
and Shoulders, General Debility,
Jaundice and Costiveness.
The Best Female Remedy Known.
The Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla is peculiarly adapted
for females of delicate health, resulting from irregularity
of menstrual discharges, and other diseases peculiar to
their sex, We assure the afflicted, that a bottle or two
of DR. GUYB01T* EXTRdCT OK YELLOW DOCK AND SAR
SAPARILLA will at once regulate those difficulties and re
new the natural energies.
For sale by LTuggists everywhere.
PARK k WHITE,
Sole Agents, Importers,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers of all Genuine Patent Medi
cines, Washington street, opposite the Post Offlce.
FRANK TIIAYER, Druggist,
3-3m
and Agent at Nevada.
Mining claim for sale— one share in
the Golden Age Tunnel Co. on Cooly’s Hill, adjoining
Shelby Hill. Inquire of J. C. DUFFY, at the Foundry op
Spring street, or at this office, 8-tf
WALLACE MONUMENT ASSOCIATION,
PURSUANT to adjournment, the members of the above
Association met in Grass Valley, Nevada county, on
Saturday evening, November 15th, Mr. W. Watt, President
pro tem. in the chair, when the following gentlemen were
elected permanent officers of the Association,
President—WILLIAM WATT, of Grass Valley;
Treasurer—WILLIAM CAMPBELL, of Grass Valley;
Secretary—WILLIAM MONTGOMERY, of Nevada.
Citizens of Scottish birth all over the State are respect
fully invited to co-operate with the members of the Asso
ciation in their endeavors to assist in erecting a Monu
ment to the memory of the illustrious hero, near the scene
of his great victory at Sti. ling.
Subscriptions received, and all communications attended
to by the Treesurer or Secretary. 8-lw
5. G. HILLMAN,
j. o. nena.
MILLMAN & SMITH,
NO. M BROAD STREET, NEVADA CITY.
Sign, House and Ornamental Painter*,
Paper Hanger*, Upholsters,
Glaziers, & c.
CONSTANTLY on baud and for sale French snd Ameri
can Taper Hangings, Window Shade* snd Landscapes
of the Latest Style*. Also—White Lead, Oil sad Mixed
Faints of s3 Unde.
A3 r.'ltr* timytiy attended to. ” v .'r!r rti'-ly txvj'ed
Mith di.-'pet-n and a’. lew figure?. 7-tf
MISCELLANEOUS
MISSES S. M. & A. TACKNEY,
MILLINERS AND DRESSMAKERS,
NO. 43 BROAD STREET, NEVADA,
(In “Democrat” Building,)
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE LADIES OF
Nevada and vicinity, that they have constantly on
hand aud for sale all descriptions of FASHIONABLE BON
NETS, incuding
LEGHORN, SPLIT STRAW,
MOHAIR, SATIN, Ac
LADIES RIDING IIATS, GIRLS PLATS,
AND BOYS HATS.
Drewes of the Latest Fashions cut and made to order.
. 7-tf
New Opening, and New Goods !!
SAN FRANCISCO DRY GOODS*
OLOTHING STORE!
On Broad Stkkkt, in Judge Caswell’s Marble front,
Brick Building.
Hberwix a brother, are now opening their
• heavy Stock of
FALL and winter goods.
Among which are the moat tastefully designed,
Dre.*a Silks, fall styles,
Cloth aud Velvet Mantillas,
French Merinos and Delalnea,
Woolen Plaids aud Shawls.
Bleached Sheetings nnd Shirting,
French, English and American Calico*.
With every variety of hoiutobold Furnishing Good*,
A splendid assortment of Genta Sup’r Black Frock Coat*,
Fancy and bl’k Doeskin Pants, Veals, Hats, and
Gents Furnishing Goods ok the I.atest Styles.
The advantage which the uuderslgned enjoy in purchas
ing their goods, enables them to sell at such prices as will
both Defy Competlon and Opposition.
7ALL IS RESPKCTFri.LV SOLICITED,
JA CA
6-tf.
H. BERW1N & BROTHER.
SOMETHING NEW AND NEEDED!!
and Gent’s Fur-
A Merchant Tailoring, and
nishing Store.
, , . ALL of which the Subscriber lu« ju*t opened In the
Tb| •DEMOCRAT BCHLliINU" Broad street, a fen doors
TS below the U. S. Hotel corner, aud where can al-
Jil *..< b>’ found the best of everything usually found
in such "establishments. 1 would jsirticulurly call the at- ;
tention of citizens L'eneisllv. to my stock of
Frcm-Ii anil Knirlixlt Clotlu, Cnnalnierea,
IKIE-SKINS. SILK VFJ.Virr AND MARSEILLS VESSTINCH;
Which 1 will manufacture to order upon short notice, in the
most fashionable style and best workmanship, Always war
ranlm</ a fit.
Shirts, tolars. Drawers, Wrappers, Cravats, Hosiery and
Cloves of all kinds .and descriptions. Extra (Inc Coats and
Rants always on hand.
MJT J'lease call and set fur yourselves.
47-tf_ A. G. TIER.
JXJST RECEIVED & MORE COMING l
— AT THE —
NEVADA HAT STOIIE!!
A Superior atock of Hat* *nd Caps of assort -
ed color* and *tvle<. .Seasonable Goods, the
beat ever offered in thi* market, now open at
the NEVADA HAT STORE,
No. 28, Commercial 9triet, Nevada,
With the intention to sell Cheap for Cask. We are assur
ed that our Good* will give satisfaction to all who may fa
vor us with a call. The Goods consist in part, of
Gents. Fur latest .Style Silk Hat*,
Genta Exeel’r Fur high crown A*h color, French soft
do do do Naukaen do
do do do Pearl do
Sup’r Black soft aiik high crown soft
Sup’r black Brown high crown soft
.Sup’r black Drab high crown soft
Fxc’r Fur broad brim Caasintcrc
Exc’r broad brim Planters
New style water proof Hats, Blue Navy Caps with covers,
Boston Navy Caps with covers,
Ladies Riding Hats all colors,
Silk and glared covers for Hats,
Umbrellas and Canes always on hand.
HATS RENOVATED,
Infant* Hat*, assorted colors, Boys black silk bats,
Infanta silk i civet caps, Boys caps a*s'd colors,
Infants F.inb’d caps, do Humes do
do brown cloth caps, do Exe’r bench fold,
Also. Youth* Hats of all descriptions kinds, aud colors.
To this is added a sujicrior stock of Boots, Shoes, Bro
gans, Ladies French Gaiters, Misacs Shoes and all colors of
Children* Shoos, and many other articles too numerous to
mention.
Boot* and Shoe* repaired on *!|ort notice.
N, B. All kinds of Fur* and Hides bought at market prl*
CCS. 4—tf S, E. Ill EC.
Billiard. Saloon!
Main Street, Second story Hussey Ai Roger’s Brick Building
HARRINGTON & PATTERSON,
— Late of Wilson's Kxchange, Broad Street —
ANNOUNCE to their friends and the Public, that they
have fitted up this well known SALOON in a style of
elegance and comfort, aud arc prepared for all who may Ca
rer them with a call.
The 111 lllni <1 T«hlc « will be found equal to any in
the State, and tho-ie w ho delight in this pleasant game,
will find this Saloon well adapted to enjoy It.
The Bar will at all times be supplied with the best
LIQUORS AND SUGARS
Which the market of Sau Francisco cau afford, and no ex
pense or pains will be spared on tlu? part of the Proprietors
to niAke this a popular and agreeable place of resort.
Nevada, Sept, 1, 1856.—48-tf
CIGARS I CIGARS ! ! CIGARS 1!!
Junction of Main and Commercial Street*.
If. K M. H1RSCHMAN,
TTTould respectfully announce that they have recently
VV received and are constantly receiving by express and
other conveyances, the largest and best assortment of
Fine lluvnua Cigar*, Choice lhnmin of To
btuco, Pipes, Matches, Playing;
Curds, &e. «fcc. A**.,
Which will Ik> sold lower than the same quality of articled
can be bought in any other house in this city.
Our old friend* and «•••_. tuners ore invited to give ub a
catl and satiny ‘wealselves, iu regard to the quality of our
Sr'ttv*''-.
I'articular atUntion paid to order* from thr Country*
II. k M. HIKSCHMAN,
47df Junction Main k Commercial sts._
IMPKOVKI) DAGHiimKOTVPES,
And Glass Pictures, or Ambrotypes!
MR. J. M. LEVEY.
WOULD INFORM THE CITIZENS OF NEVADA AND
vicinity, that he has just completed bis new rooms,
situated on Main Street, a few doors above the Nevada
Journal Office, where he is now prepared to take every de
scription of
Picture* known in the Photographic Art*
The Rooms have been fitted up with every regard to con
venience, and no expense has been spared to make this e«-
taWishment complete in every respect. lie would further
inform his friends that he has just received from New York
an invoice of the newest and most elegant description of
cases, kc.
Stock of every de A cription constantly ou hand.
N. B. Instruction given in every branch of the art.
Nevada Sept. 1856—50 tf
New Store, New Goods,
— and —
PHILADELPHIA STORE,
54 proad RTRrirr, kidj> k knox’ yr. w brick buildi.no
Twenty-flvf per cent. Cheaper tlian before
tlic Fire,
WE take plc&sure in announcing to tbe citizens of Neva
da and vicinity, that the
Philadelphia Store is now open at No. 54 Broad St.
In Kidd A Knox's Brick Building ,
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:
Drew Goods— French and American Calico,
French and English Merinos, all colors,
Fropch and Scotch Plaids, all wooe),
Plain and figured De Iain*.
Alapaca. Bombazine also French Gingham,
Swiss Muslin, Jaconet and cross bar, In great quantity
Silks—Marrantique, Plaid, Plain, and Ohitngable. (the
latest and rishest styles;) also any color of Florence Silk*.
Mantillas—Silk, Satin and Fur, of every description.
Victoria Winter Bonneta— Leghorn. Split Straw,
Silk and Satin Riding Hat*, Girl* Flats »ud Hoys Hat*,
Opera Dresses very rich style*.
Tabic Cover*—Worsted and linen, of all kinds.
Carpet*—Three Ply, Brussels, Ingiain, Velvet, all
colors.
Matt I nt;— large quantities, from 4*4 to 8-4, cheap.—
Floor Oil Cloths, Mats and Rugs, a large assortment of
Drugget t all colors. •
We call especial attention to our large assortment of the
heaviest kind of White Macinac Blankets, and Quilts also
all kinds of Flannels for family use.
Embroideries. Edging and Lace, the richest style on hand,
and we call especial attention to them.
Tint RICHEST STYLE OF EMBROIDERED U AND KERCHIEFS.
1,000 PIECES IUISH LINEN , at aU price*.
Damask—Silk and Worsted, of all color*.
Cotton—Bleached Mualin, 4-4-10, cheaper than ha*
ever before been sold.
Alexander’s Kidd Gloves; also Silk Gloves and Silk Mit*.
Ladies' Shoes and Gaiters, of all kinds.
Ladies are invifed to call and examine our Good*, and
ascertain our prices, before purchasing elsewhere.
Remember the Number, —PhiUuLlphia Dry Goods
Store y No. 64 Broad Street , Kidd A Knox's Brick Building.
STIEFEL It COHN.
Nevada, Aug. 18. I860. 4Mf^
foHL-
Bricfc
rpo KENT—A FIRE-PROG? PRICK WAREHOUSE,
.1 cs Yt # * street Irqutr* of
? it MPEviaif 1 1*0
TRUNKS: TFU VKS11 Tftt.VKSUj
FIRTY dollar trunks, for sale by sol k
MAN, N« 46 Main Street, Corner CoomercUl,
Buil'ling, oppontte American Exebenge, Ne**da.
BOOK STORES.
Good News and New Books!!
A* THE
PIONEER BOOK, STATIONERY
AND NEWSPAPER DEPOT.
GW. WELCH, has voluulwrcd to eupplv hla friends
. and the public generally, with Literature of the
choicest kind, aud on the most reasonable terms, at
Wholesale and Retail,
Comprising Standard and Miscellaneous Works, end all
kinds of Book* Stationery.
BLANK BOOKS DRAWING PAPER,
SCHOOL BOOKS, PRINTING CARDS,
POETICAL WORKS, TISSUE PAPER,
HISTORICAL WORKS, FANCY PAI’ER & ENV’P’S.
MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTR UMKNTS,
GOLD PEA'S AMD CUTLERY,
Together with all the Late Publications of the dnv. Atlan
tic and Foreign Papers, Magazines and periodicals, by the
arrival of each Steamer, Also, a large Circulating Library
of the latest Publications.
tg" Steamer Papers in wrappers. Postage Free. Te#
Ko.34, Main st., Crittenden’s Fire Proof Brick.
G. W. WELCH.
August, 30, 1850. 46-tf
J. E. HAM LIN,
No. 53 Broad street, Comer of IMn*,
OR.NT.fUI. DEALER I.V
Books, Stationery, Musical Instruments, Mu
sic, Cutlery Gold Pens, Pencils,
Drawing Paper, Fancy
Goods, Toys. Sic.
BEGS IJIAYE to call the attention of the public to hi*
new and well assorted stock of Raw, Medical, MiseelK
neous and School Books. Stationery, Cheap Publications,
and all the current literature of the day. Comprising a
fcood variet y of each of the ditlerent departments. All of
which will be sold at unprecedented LOW PU1CKS-
Alao. Magazines, Newspapers, tkc., from almost every
part of the world.
Simmrr Panen and California Weeklies, neculy put up
for mailing—POSTAGE FEES.
40-tf J. F.. IIAMIJN.
HOTELS.
SIERRA NEVADA HOTEL,
(North San Juan , Nevada County,)
TIIK UNDERSIGNFsB, having leased the shore well
known Hotel, are prej>arsd to receive their friends
aud the public. We will eudeavor to make all feel at home
who may visit us.
PARKER H. PIERCE,
FRED’K. BECKTFL.
North San Juan. Aue. 10th. 1850.—46-tf
NATIONAL EXCHANGE.
No 34 Broad Street, Nevada.
rpiJE undersigned late proprietors of the United States
X Hotel, having leased UlcknclTg Block and hand
somely fitted it up throughout, are now prcjtared to accom
modate permanent and tiausieut Hoarders, in a style un
surpassed in the State.
The Tabic will at all times be supplied with all the va
rieties the market a (lords.
The Beds and Furniture arc all new and for style
and comfort, cannot be excelled.
Particular attention will be paid to the accommodation
of LadlcN and Famlllrs.
Having had long experience in the business, we are con
fident of being able to make the NATIONAL, one of the
moat desirable Hotels in the mountains.
Tbla Block is substantially built of Brick, and
withstood the late disastrous fire—the rooms are airy ami
well finished, and from the Balconies you have a splendid
view of the surrounding country.
OPEN A LL NIGHT -<£*
The liar will be under the supervision of Mr. THOMAS
HENRY, and will at all times be supplied with the choicest
WINES LIQUORS aud CIGARS.
PEARSON A HEALY, Proprietors.
Nevada, Aug. 20, 1856. 4C-tf
Fresh Oysters and Fresh Clams!!
Come aud Try Them!
AT WHOLESALE & I
RETAIL.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED wishes to inform his friends and
X the public generally, that he has opened an Oyster
Faloon in 1he
AMERICAN EXCHANGE, TWO DOCKS
BELOW FltlSBlES' THEATER,
Where he intends to keep constantly on hand Fresh Ore
gon Oysters and HantH. Being engaged in the bu*ines>
below feels confident that he can give entire satisfaction
to all those who may favor him with a call.
All order* promptly attended to. Families suppliedat
Low Rates. 7-3m J. W. GRIFFIN.
E. BUCKWELL, D. D. S.
D 33KTTIST.
GRADUATE of the Ohio College of Dental Hur
gery, opposite Rudolph’s Drug Store, Commer
cial Street.
(SUCCESSOR TO DR. S C. McIXTYRR ,)
'lYatlmoitlal —In bidding adieu to my friends and
the public, I beg leave to return niv sincere tlmnks for
their patronage, and take pleasure in recommending Dr.
BUCK WELD my successor, as a skillful and scientific gen
tleman, and well worthy the public confidence.
Nevada, Sept. 1856.—19-tf S. C. McINTYRE.
DENTISTRY.
DR. A. CHAPMAN', Dcntlit, calls particular
attention to hU Tooth Anodyne, which,
when applied, will stop the tooth ache in five minted, and
effectually destroy the nerve, leaving it in a fit condition
to be filled without causing pain, where it would otherwise
have to bo extracted.
All Dental operations performed In a neat and substan
tial mauner, and satisfaction guaranteed in ull canes.
Office —In Kidd .St Knox Brick IJ in ling, corner Pine and
Broad streets, Nevada, where he intends to remain per
m a neatly.
October 14th, 1856—‘Ml
H
R V It B E R (» () l) II S ! !
A\T. just received from the New York Manufactories
direct
100 White 1 R Coats with ( ape* (new article.)
100 Bl’k “ “ “ 4i “
200 White *•
200 Bl’k “
100 “ “
100 “ “
.50 pairs “
25 pairs “
50 O
10
“ Sacks, “ “
Jackets “ “
Pants “ 44
es Haywards I>ong I R Boots,
44 Knee 44 4 4
10 dm. Ixmel R Glove — 50 do* IUt Covers Silk and Cotton
Which will be offered at VXPRECEDENT1W LOW
PRICES— Wholesale k Retail.
3*tf A. BIjOCK k CO.,
Cor. Commercial and Pint St*.
HOTEL FOR SALE.
MA NOTICE—The undersigned being desirous to di*
HF*j‘ continue the business of Hotel keeping would announce
to the public that he offers for sale at a rajujain, his inter
est in the new and commodious llmn»e, known as the
ORLEANS HOTEL ,
Situate in the pleasant village of Orleans Flat, 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 u Bakery oflarge size, with fix
tures complete, also a splendid lot of hogs, chickens, wood,
out houses, Ac. 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 fall to please, by applying to
S. B. CAZEAUX, of Islington’s Express, Orleans Flat, who
is my authorized Agent.
fMeans Flat, Sept. 28. 18.56—1 tf C. A. LAWRENCE.
TTH)R SALE — ONE BRICK HOUSE, TWO FRAME
A 1 BUILDINGS, and one 1/JT, centrally located. Enquire
at this Office. 52-Gm
SALK—ALL VARIETIES OK STRAWBERRY
1 PLANTS, Enquire of C. T. OVERTON.
The Pioneer Crockery Store Ahead!!
At tlic Old Mtand, Xo. 30, Main St. Nevada.
« WHERE MAY BE FOUND THE BEST ASSORT
meat of Good* ever offered in this
Market, Which I will rail for Cosh
cheaper thau any other house
dare offer them.
500 Doz. Bar and Table Tumblers Assorted Styles,
Flue Cut and Pressed Decanters, Fruit Diahc*
Aud Glass Ware of every description,
Every variety of Iron Stoneware,
Any quantity of cheap Table Cutlery,
Ivory Table and Dessert Knives,
Plated Spoons and Forks, a great variety,
Brittania Pitchers and Castors, a jjreat variety,
Cainphenc and Oil Side and Ilauging lamps,
Chandeliers and in fact, everything fiertaiuing to
THE CROCKERY TRADE,
Also, Cainphenc aud Burning Fluid, by the Case. Can or
Gallon, always on hand, and for SALE CUEAP EVR
CASH.
nr Recollect the place, S6, Main Street.
50-tf 1). CRITTENDEN.
400
GOLD RUN WOOD YARD ! I
CORD6 OF GOOD OAK WOOD, on hand and for
sale at the Gold Run Wood Yard.
Orders will be received at the Lone Star Saloon Commer
cial Street. Please name the length required in your or
ders. 6-tf 8. K, DEWS.
AUCTION SALES!
P. W. TAYLOR
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Fire Proof Brick Store on Commercial Street.
Eapecial attention will be given to out door Real Estate,
and every dmcription of property au t Mcichaudiae, in Ne
vada or any part of tbc County.
tDT M’dse. SolicUfi on PuMic and Private Sale.
Nevada Sept. 30. 1»56—53-tf.
AMERICAN EXCHANGE.
THE UNDERSIGNED would reapcctfnUy inform tbc pub
lic, that they have purebaaed the Billiard Saloon and
Bar connected with the AMERICAN EXCHANGE, comer
or Main and Cayote stmt*, Nevada.
G. LLLLAFD.
A .’ ATiTClV
”e -r-tvr tt> lUt
STORES.
AUBOXjFEC,
Druggist & Apothecary,
STREET,
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
tracts for Cooking, SAGO, ARROW ROOT, TAPIOCA and a
large assortment of PATENT MEDICINES, Ac. Ac.
Also a fi-eoh lot of CAMrHENE, LAMP OIL, RAW and
UOII.EH LINSEED OIL. LARD and C.ASTOU OIL, VARNISH
of all kinds, SP’TS TURPENTINE, AIUOHOL, Atlantic
WHITE LEAD, RED and BLACK LEAD, CHROME YELIXJW
andGREEN, PRUS BLUE, YKUXAV OCHRE ground and dry
Paint and Varnish BRUSHES, and in fact everything in the
Paint and Oil line.
The .strove article! will be aokl at the lowest market pri
ces for CASH. Call and take a look at iny Stock before you
purchase el»evs beie.
Ao. 32, Fire Proof Building Main St. Xei'ada.
Nevada Sept. 22,1S50 —52-tf
H
BROAD STREET DRUG STORE.
H. AVICKKS sfc CO., (Successor* to W.
• ALBAN,) WhclestJc and Retail liealerx in
G.
Dntgs,
Medicine*,
Chemicals,
Dye Stuff*,
Paint*,
Turpentine ,
White Lend,
Red Lead,
Lithargee.
Brushes,
Alcohol,
Stair h,
Pearl Brandy,
Tipioca,
Canary Seal,
Linseed Oil,
Copcl Varnish.
Japan Varnish.
Coach Varnish,
Dansar Varnish,
Putty.
Zinc Paint,
Porcelain White,
Port Wvie,
Sherry Wine,
Madeira ITtV,
>Vne Brandy,
Holland (Jin,
Window (Has*,
Irard Oil,
Sperm Oil,
Polar (HI,
Fish Oil,
Castor (HI,
Neats JFbot Oil,
Patent Medicines,
Pert umery.
Cooking /tetrads,
Strict*,
Bay Hum,
SarsapaiHlla,
Writer's Cordial,
Cherry Pectoral,
Widar's Balsam.
Together with a general and complete assortment of all
article* in our line, which will hi* wold at prices as low a*
they can be afforded in the mountains. w
Physician* prescription* carefully compounded.
DR. II * H. WICKES & CO.
Corner of Broad and Hue street*.
Nevada, June 24th, *856.—-42-tf
Fall & Winter Clothing!
A. BLOCK & CO.,
Comer of Commercial and Pine Streets ,
NEVADA.
WOULD call the attention of the citizen* of Nevada and
surrounding countrv, to their large and well assorted
ttock of Fall and Winter Clothing, Ac., consisting in part of
Coat*.
Cloth and Fancy Casiimore Buiincvi Coats;
Surtouta, Sacks, and other stylos of O vercoats
Cloth ana long nap Talma*;
Blue Pilot and Beaver Monkey Jackets;
Fine Black Cloth Frock Coats;
Goto mixed Cassiinert Coats.
Vc*t*.
Black Silk Velvet Vests, (latest stile;)
Black Figured Silk, Cassimore and .Satin Vssti;
Fancy and Tlaiu Cats!more Vests.
Pant*.
Plain and Fancy Cassiracre Pants;
Plain and Fancy Sat Inc tt Pants;
Black Doeskin and Casaimere Pant*;
Tweed and Kentucky Janes Pants.
Shirt* and Drawer*.
Davis At Jones’ Patent Shirts, (large stock;)
Silk Uudertliirt* and Drawer*;
White and Gray Merino Shirtt and Drawers;
Flannel, Check, and Hickory Shirts.
Hutu.
Black, Brown, and Pearl French Hate;
Black, Brown, and Pearl Wool Hat*.
Blankets#
White, Blue, Red and Gray Blanket*,
Domestic.
Four-fourth* Brown and Bleached Sheeting.
Together with a Urge assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
In endless variety.
Rubber.
By cli|>|>er ships “M. 1>. Sutton,” “Polynesia.” and “Ro
bin Hood,” we arc in receipt of a large stock of ludia Rub
ber Coats, (black and white, some with capes,) Boots and
Pauta, imported direct from the New York manufactories,
which will Ik* offered to the trade at San Francisco prices,
freight added.
— A. BLOCK L CO.
NV\ada. Sept. 20, ISM. —52-tf.
DRV GOODS : DRY GOODS 11
Cheap For Cash!!!
Tin: NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, a Branch of a
New York llou-e is now open on the curnor of COM
MERCIAL AND PINK hTUKKTS, with a large and elegant
stock of Seasonable Goods consisting in part of
Silks, Shawls and Ci»aks,
M He /.nines. Cashmeres and .Merinos,
Blankets, Flannels. Quilts and Comforters,
Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings,
Irish Linen, Damask Table Linen,
Napkins, Turds and Crash,
Duck. Drillings and Tickings,
Brmvn Sheetings, Checks and Calicoes,
French, English amt American Calicoes,
Huiscry, Cloves, Ouanllets, d-c. dr. ,
Capes, Collars, Sleeves, Ribbons, dr. dr.,
Embroidered and Ilem Stick Linen Handkerchiefs,
Gents’all Linen Shirts, half Hose Cravats, &c. together
with every article usually found in a Dry Good* Store.
Purchasers are requested to call and examine the good*
before purchasing elsewhere.
Terms Cash—positively no credit.
oct24-tf THOMAS BRADY.
FIFTEEN REASONS
Why you should Buy tour
Clothing & Gents’ Furnishing Goods
AT SOL K OH LHAN’S!
L Because he seliji vkky CHEAP.
2. Because his Assortment is very large.
3. Because he has nice and frcub selected Good*.
4. Because his Stock is of the most Fashionable style.
6. Because he buys his Goods iu the best market*.
6. Because his fine Silk Hats are of the latest style and
Fashion*.
7, Because hi* 13u»ir.os* Coat* are of the bout kind.
9. Because hi* Furnishing Good* are Matchless.
0. Because he is a Pioneer iu the Nevada Trade.
10. Because the most Fastidious can be pleased.
11. Because he court* comparison and defies competition
12. Because every one is satisfied who trade* there.
13. Because it is thooght no trouble to show goods,
and treats every body alike.
14. Because customers are not forced to buy.
15. Because he advertises only tlic TRUTH.
SOL KOIIJ.MAN also advertise* the bc-it selected Stock of
Foreign and Domestic Good*, such as Sheeting, Drilling,
Duck, und Matting; Blue, Grey, Red and the finest*White
Blanket*. Comforters, Bed Ticking and Toweling—also,
Trunks, Valicos and (Carpet Bag-., which he will *cll at re
duced prices, at Wholesale and Retail, at his Store.
No 45 Main Street, Corner of Commercial, Brick Building
Opposite American Exchange, Nevada.
qrovKS i stoves i r stoves : 11
rTlbe #ub«cribcra would respectfully inform the citizens of
JL Nevada and vicinity, that they have established them
selves permanently in the Stove and Tin Business, and will
keep constantly on hand a large and complete assortment of
Cooking, Parlor and Ilox Sloven, of the
latest Styles and Patterns*
Stoves warranted in all cases, if desired.
We also manufacture Tin Ware of every description,
which we arc prepared to nell at Wholesale or Retail at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Hoae Pipes of every description on hand or made to order.
Job Work of all kinds done with promptitude—and as
we do our own work, wc arc always willing to warrant the
same. Give us a call, and examine Goods and Prices,
store on Commercial 84., opposite Centre KujMt
Nevada Oct. 27, 185b—*-tf BUNNELL A BOSTWICK.
TALLJ1AN <N TI IIXEK,
At YntcaATnllninii’s old Stand Commercial at •
KEEP constantly oo hand a splendid assortment of
STOVES of all descriptions, HARDWARE, TIN WARE,
IRON ANL) STEfX. BENCH PLANES. BEAD PLANES,
HADE’S RABBIT PLANES, TABLE CUTLERY, Ac. In
short nearly everything needed in the Mountain trade. Al
so, HYDRAULIC PlPJii, COUPLINGS, Ac., Ac.
JOB WORK done to order at shortest notice.
40-tf TALLMAN A TURNER.
QdBOTTS SARSAPARILLA. F or sale b;
RUDOLPH, itrugglst,
21 Commercial street.
DAVIS’S PAIN KILLER. For sale by
RUDOLPH, Druggist,
21 Commercial str**t.
A fEXJCALT H’JSTAVG LINIMENT. For sale by
iVl T'TWj'J'H, CruHPrt,
V. ConsMcrt: «*?**•,.
SAN FRANCISCO.
omoward Bound
p AsaiauG-Ena
By the acxt Steamer, will find
Great Benefit and Good Preparation
For the Vorage, bv taking from one to three of
* P ? } f
OR. 11 O K B !f E ’ I
E L SCT K 0 - C H E M 1C A l BATHS!:
'll Thiel) EXTRACT CALOMFL and MERCURY in all It*
W forms, IKON, ZINC. LEAD, Me., etc.. and all I.NsID-
UoUd DKl’OS and POISONS from the HUMAN SYSTEM,
and apaolUy cure
Rheumatism, Paralysl*, Neural, gy,
Still Joints, Jaundice, Fever 4; Ague,
Indolent Ulcer*, Swellings, tumors, elm lie and acute
difficulties of the bladder. kidneys, and
Al.L old affections of the SEXUAL
ORGANS, aal are al.o the most
I.uxurlous Ratlr ever Administered,
Imparting permanent warmth and animation tu tlie ay item
South-East Corner of Sansomc un.l Commercial S'.rtAt,
oitosiIE Tint St. Nicholas Hots:, Sen Francisco.
AU tl»c Homeward Round who arc auf
fering from Rheumatism, Paralysis, or any other affection,
should arrange to remain in San Francisco several days, or
a week or more, before the day of railing, that they mignt
he aide to free themsolrcs from their difficulties prior to
departure na many very severe cases of Rheumatism, kc.
Ac., are POSITIVELY CURED iu from ONLY ONE to TWO
WEEKS.
jf0- See large advertisement In another part of this pa
per, for additional information.
1-tf
TO THE T U B L IC .
AS WE HAVE RECEIVED, BY TI1E LAST STEAMER, THE
GOLD E N GATE,
A VERY
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
C 3L O T EE I IN’ G
AND
FURNISHING GOODS,
we Invite you to come In. and examine our assortment
We feel confident we can show you the tluest assortment ot
Clothing and Furnishing Goods in San Francisco, and we
KNOW we can show you the
Best Made and the Finest Quality
of any Clothing House In "California. Our goods are made
especial!v for the trade of San Francisco, by our House,
HUS Broadway. New York, and no pains Is spared In hav
ing them the" BEST MADF, the LATEST STYLES and we
warrant them to he of the heat quality In
this market. Come in and look at our
Black, Hlne, Brown and Dahlia Frock Coats;
Black and Blue Dress Coats;
Black, Bln*' and Fancy Pant* |
Plain and Fancy Silk Velvet Vesta f
Milk, Unsslinere, Cnahlmcre, and
every Pcaerljitlon of Vcat* |
Coats and Pant* In Suita |
Over-Coats,
TALMAS,
CLOAKS,
RAGI/.IN SACKS, _
RICH MORNING ROBBS,
HANIIKKRCHIEFS,
CRAVATS,
GLOVES,
SUPER SI1.K UMBRELLAS,
RUBBER GOODS, dkc. &c.
In fact, everything iu the* line ofCLOTHING and FURNISH
ING GOODS,
Sole Leather Trunks and Valices, &c. &c.
Aud list, (but not the* vc will guarantee lo wake the
|>HI( E SllT THE T1MKS,
and lower than auj’ other house can, for the same quality
and wake i>r goods. Give us a call at the
Golden Gate Clothing Warehouse,
— cor.NKR ov —
CLAY AND KEARNY STREETS,
R*tahH»hetl by KEYES It CO,. In 1851, and conducted
since by the partner, M. S. MARTIN, who is now sol* pro
prietor.—8-3m
Hobort Josephi,
— WriOI.B-S.tLlt deai.br is —
Watches, Jewelry, Diamond*, Tool*, M atch
Materials, Glasses, Fancy
Goods, disc, dfc.
186 Montgomery Street, Corner of Jackson street,
(UR. WEIGHT'S BUILDING.)
Robert Joarphl, HAVING PURCHASED THE EV
tiro Stock and Trade of the business of ISAAC S. JO
KKI’HI A CO., will carry on the same lor his own account,
at 185 Montgomery street, corner o! Jackson, Hr. Wright'a
Building. 7-3n>
Montgomery House.
(Formerly CUtrcville House)
Corner Sutter and Montgomery Street*,
CHEAT REmiCTIOS IN PRICESX
Tile Proprietor It prepared to farulah
jt'i[ (list-rate IlUAKI) at tlie following reduced rate.:
targe a ml airy rooms to let, with Board, for Eaiuilie*.
Board and Lodging, per Week, with single
a nd don hie Rooms , ,$0 t o $7
Board per week 9b
Board per Day *1
7.3m M. O'NEILL, Proprietor.
Quoon City Hotel,
Davit St.,—.Between Pacific and Broadway.
MBS. E. .1. CUMMINGS. HAVING TAKEN THE
above well known Stand, is now prepared to
entertain her friend* and the Public generally, in a style
calculated to satisfy the mo.it fastidious. Her Table will
be supplied with all the
Delicacies and Substantial* of the Season.
And her P.oome (which are largo and well ventilated,) ate
furnished with excellent and clean Bedding.
The situation of the Hotel is one of the most desirable in
the city, being immediately opposite the wharves of the
Sacramento and Stockton Boats, and of ’.lie Mail Steamers
and Shipping generally—thus recommending itself particu
larly to strangers, or others having business in or residing
in the Interior—ss well as to thoie citizens who desire a
pleasant home, with a delightful view. The fare—which
will always be the best the market affords—will be mode
rate iu price, so as to be in keeping with the stringency ot
the times. ELIZA J. CUMMINGS.
7.3m Davis st., between Pacific and Broadway.
c, Wr W HALLEY & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Crockery, Glass Ware,
I.ninn*, Morrlurs. Bilttunln Wares,
Table Cutlery, Plated Ware, Sic.
ALWAYS onhauitho boat and larges! assortment of
any House in California.
170 and 178 Montgomery Street,
5.3m SAN FRANCISCO
- GKO , BROOKS Si CO.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
WO. 1*23 SANSOSIE STREET , SAiV FUAXCISCO
Aasicrs ton Jamas Conner 4 Sons’ Type Focnury.
rrtYPE, Ca.es, Stands, Brass and Wood Rules, with a com
JL plole assortment of all kinds of PRINTING MATERI
ALS, always on hand. Also
RUGGI.KS’ JOB PRESSES,
IIUGGLKS’ CARD CUTTERS,
HOE’S IMPEREAL PRINTING PRESS,
IIOE’S PROOF PRESSES,
HOE’S PAPER CL'TTETtS.
15,000 Reams Printing Paper, all sizes
2,000 “ Tine Book Paper,
10.000 “ Manilla Wrapping Paper,
5,000 “ Hardware Paper,
20 000 “ Double Conn. Straw,
10,000 Lbs, Light body'- Celebrated News Ink,
2,000 “ “ I'ine Book Ink,
Colored Inks in Cans and Priuter’s Varnish.
August, 10, 1856.
E . S .C DOPE R, M. D.
SL UG E O N,
017111 At r.VE, EAR, AND ORTHOr.triC INriRMART,
Mission street, between 2d and 3d, near “Russian Baths,’’
SAN FRANCISCO.
ALL Surgical Operations Free to patient* prerenting
themselves at toe Clinics, on Wednesday* and Satur
days, at 2 1-2 o’clock, P. M.
Medical meu of the City and Pacific Coast, generally, are
respectfully invited to attend the In6rmary on Clinical
liaye, whenever it may he opportune fur themselves.
August 27, 1850.—l7-3m
CARPETS,
OIL, CLOTHS,
WINDOW SHADES,
PAPER HANGINGS, Ac.
At Wholesale and Retail.
JUST RECEIVED from Auction an elegaut assortment of
Euglish, Brussels, Three-ply, and Ingrain Carpets; Floor
Oilcloth*; Window Shadw; Curtain Goods; Paper Hang
ing*; Gilt Cornices; Rands Jrc.
Selling off at lues than New York prices, at
KENNEDY 4 BELL’*
Cheat! Carpet Warehouse,
No. HO Sacrament:} 1 trend.
Sen r.-tntiica.
2*0. No. HO Sacrvnecto *tj**i. thir* V> :*• sbt »
St* •-•*-1**17 rrrtev TP-A 1 ’4 A In

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