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Thr t'hlnrae In California.
Mr. James Henly, Chinese interpreter, has famished the Sonora Democrat with the follow intcreeting information iu relation to the Chi ' Tsese in California: When the Chinese visit any foreign country —either Asia or America —it is their custom to erect a place of rendezvous, which they cull u Ui-Koon, and it is supported wholly by vol untary contributions. Ageuts or superinten dents' are elected, who register the names of members and mauage its concerns. Servants are employed to take care of the building, cook 1 the food and attend the sick. Provision is made for the interment of the dead, repairs of tombs, ami for the semi-annual worship of the spirits, i And beyond all this, rules are agreed upon tor 1 the government of this club or company, which are adopted or repealed iu the most democratic manner. There are at present five companies in California —-number* of which have died, and Rome have gone home. There is probably not ■ more than a thousand men in California who have not connected themselves with these com panies. The following are the names of the companies and the number of each : , Companies. Arrivals. Pepart’s. Pied. Present. ' Yeung-Wo 16.900 2,500 400 14,000 .Saui Yap 8,400 1,400 300 6,800 Yan-Wo. 2,100 160 160 1,1 s0 Sxe-Yap 16,CM 3.700 300 9,200 Ning-Yeung 4,899 1,259 172 6,90, Total 48,949 8,929 1,333 38,687 The Ycung-Wo-Ui-Koon, or Asylum of Peace In a Foreign Land, iB built on the soisth side of Telegraph Hill, San Francisco. On a tablet over the door are four largo gilt characters, telling the name of the building, thus: “Yeoug- Wo-Ui-Kuou.” There are two perpendicular inscription*—one on each side of the door— which read thu*: Tseung kwang ham manna leo Sui lii p'n tuug van. ‘•May the prosperous light fill a thousand loagui f. May the auspicious air pervade all mankind.” Two smaller lines on either board state that they were “set up on n fortunate day of the eighth month and second year of the Emperor.” i -Carved by Fan 1.” The members of this company are from the three districts— Ileung-San, Yung-Koou, and Tsang-Shing. The house 1 speak of was built for their accommodation in coming and going. The Sam-Yap company. (that is, tiiree dis tricts —Sain, three, and Yap, districts.) have a flame house in Clay street, San Francisco, and : two other houses —one in Stockton and the other in Sacramento. The members of this order are from the three districts of Nam-boi, Panyii and i Shantak, in the province of Canton. Hence 1 the name Sam-Yap, (three districts.) The Yan-Wo Ti-Moou, or Asylum of Peaceful Men, is built in Happy Valley. This company is from the three districts of Sanon, Kwai-Shin, mid Kenng-Chaw, in the province of Canton. The Sze-Yap Ui-Koon. or Asylum of Four Districts, is a large brick building in Pine street, (wherein is the temple of the god Kwong-ti.) The company is composed of people from the four districts of Snn-uing, San-ui, Hoi-ping and Yan-ping. Hone * the name Sze-Yap, or four districts. Ning-Yeung Ui-Koon, or Niug-Yeuivg Asy lum, are people from the San-ning district, who separated from the Sze-Yap company. Marink Monstkr, or Ska Sickfk* t.— A Lon don paper of October 4lh, says that when the ship Prince** wan on in r way home from China, July Sth last, in lat. 31:56 south, loti. 18:14 east, the Captain (Tretnearne) espied at no great dis tance an object in the water which ‘somewhat resembled a tree. Gradually a head appeared which looked like a helmet. Captain T. fired a shot which stm k the animal, so that the man nt the wheel believed he saw blood. The entry in the log book of the Princess is: Tuesday, Ju ly 8th, I a TG — Gentle breeze and fine weather. At 1 P. M. saw a very large fish with a head 1 ke a walrus and tiv !ve fins similar to those on n black fish, but turned the contrary wav; the buck was from twenty to thirty feet’long, also a great length of tail. It is not improbable that th s monster has been taken for4hc great 8ea Serpent. Fired and hit it near the head ••' ilh n r fie ball.” F. SCIiOTTIS, AS\ I Y OFFICE—XO 30 MAIX ST It EFT, .VAT. I h 1*. William -on Si Dtwlcy’s linking UomkO. / Ud.D r -i T AND OBV rtf every description a ed V JT pronfp'L and f.titf»fnrty :ind return* ni;’de in from *»ix to t \i nt/-fuur hour.—iu Bar* or Coin. <5 *) * 1 g.iantnD'O my \ y •* and will pay any difference* t’»at ni.i\ .mi-** ia the *amo, with the As av.-i of anv ol the 1. >. Mints. A/7' Holers t<* any of the Gold Di-./t Buyers of Kcf&da a*ul viciaity. 10*tf po* sai.b-.au. vakietiis ok stuawukuuy -I BUNTS, Enquire of C. T. OVLK'i’Odf C. W. WH ALLEY & CO.. iMrom i its and whoi.ksai.i-: pkai.kus in Crockery, Glass Ware, finnipM, illoniors, Ih itturlu Wan a, Table C utlery, Plated Ware, &c. \ LWAVS on hand the best and largest assortment of jT\.\nv l(ou°rt in California. 116 mid 178 Mdiitgomcry Street, S •tin - W itt AN* T< •). Notick —nik stickhosjiemof the Nevada County and Sacramento Cutiul Company are requested to meet at their office in Nevada <>n Sat unlay, !V«c. 20th, 1*56, at two o\l *ck, P. M. Bv order of the President. T. W. COLBURN, hcc’y. Nevada, Nov. 9th, 1856.—10-2w ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. — NOTICE IS hereby given to all |H*r*oni having claims against the estate of Jamks C.ksi.v deceased, to present the same to the undersigned, (who lias been appointed administrator of said estate; within ten mouth* from this date, with the necessa ry vouchers, a4 the city of Nevada, or the Nime will be for ever barred. ' MICHAEL CASSIN, Dec, 6th. lh&f»—I0 4w Administrator. ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. —Notice is here by given to all j>erHOi»s having claims against the Es tate of Andrew C. McCoy, deceased, late of the township.of Bridgeport and county of Nevada, to exhibit tiie same with the nece<*nry voucher* to me. at my residence in Bridge port, or at the < fficc of Cbase Sc Hupp in Nevada, within ten months from the first publication of th% notice, being the 26th day of November, A. I). 1856, or tuo same will be forever bared. JOHN MeOOY, AdmUtrator. _ By Cxi*** k Hrrr, Attorney*. Lost.— Notice is hereby-given that the un dersigned has lost a land Warrant certificate, drawn in my favor, No. 76,168 for ICO acres of land, and that I have made application to the Commissioners of Pensions for a duplicate of aaid Warrant and I do hereby warn all ! persons not to purrliase the same. 6-6w* WILLIAM GOKRCKE. 1 STATE OP CALIFORNIA—COUNTY OF NEVA DA—District Court of the Fourteenth Judicial District. ! Ike People of the State of Gtlifornia, to SAMUEL MORGAN greeting: You are hereby summoned to appear and answer the complaint of Josiah Stanford, Jr., filed against you aud Thomas B, Morgan, within ten days trom the service of this writ, |f served on you in this county, w ithin twenty day* if served on you in this district and out of this county, and within forty day* if served on you in this State and out of this district, is an action commenced on the 7th day of j October, a. d. 1856, in avid Court, for the recovery of three thousand four hundred au<l forty dollar* and twenty-seven c«nta, with interest thereon from the first day of July, a. n. 1355, at two per cent per month until paid, together with hi* costa and money disbursements. And you are hereby Notified that if you fail to answer said complaint as herein directed, Plaintiff will take judgment against you therefor bv default, together with all costa of suit, and also demand xi the Court such other relief •* Is prayed for in his said complaint. In testimony whereof I, J. H. Boat 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, d. 1H66. J. H. B08TW1CK, Clerk Hist. Court. STATE OF CALIFORNIA—County of Nevada—«*.—It ap pearing to my satisfaction from the foregoing petition and affidavit that the plaintiff in tbo above entitled case has good cause of action against said defendants, and that Sam uel Morgan, one of the defendant* in said cause, is a non resident of the State of California, It i* ordered that publication of summons be had against | said Samuel Morgan in the Nevada Democrat, for the period of three months, and that a copy of said -urn mo ns and complaint be deposited in the Nevada City Poet Office di rected to the said Samuel Morgan, at the City of Albany. New York. Given under my hand this October 7tl». 1656. THOS. H. CASWELL. County Judge. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of Nevada. -I, J. H. Host wick, Clerk of the District Court, 14th Judicial District, In and for said county, do hereby certify that the foregoing i* a true copy of an order for the publication of summons, made in the above entitled case, now on file in my office. Witness my hand and the-cal of the District Court afore- j *«id. in and for *aid count}’, thi* 7th day of October, a. i>. i ' J. H. HOSTWICK. Clerk. ihpr.rc. Lash vr. a M«»vr<;n mkr y A tty- 1 , for pi* IF. 7 f»m SPECIAL NOTICES. Neruda Tempi* of Honor No. 8.—Moots every Monday evening, at Temperance Hal!, at 7 o’clock. Visiting Brethren in good standing are ever welcome. A. p. Church, W. R. 8-®m H. B. PALMER, W C. T. Religion* Notice.— The REV. E. COOPER, of the Protestant Episcopal Chuerh, wffl hold ser-iec in Flur shutr bnildiug, (up elairs) Main street, on Sanday next, at 11 o’clock A. M. Notice-— The undersigned would respectfully inform the public that he has purchased the Prug Store on Com mercinl street, recently established by B. B Hinyer of San Francisco, which contains a full Htock of HUSB DRUGS, from the best English and other European manufacturer*, and are tiu h at cun be depended n pun; also, a complete assortment of the lluf.st Perfumeries, and articles of toilet, together with n full supply of every thing belonging to the business. The Store is under the management of Doctor B. R. Okmsn. who will devote particular attention to have the establishment conducted in such a manner as to gain Ihc confidence of the public. N. B.—Physician’s nreaeriplious properly compounded. 7- ' LEO. O. KILBOURN. Qj- -a Moment of Time la a Monument of Merry.”—Thus says the Proverbs, and thus say we to those who are afflicted with Coughs, Colds, Asthma, I’ain or Weakness of the Breast or Side, and first stages of Con sumption. Take a bottle of WISTAR’S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY in time, and it will give immediate relief, and perform a permanent cure. WBv ware of Counterfeits and Imitations* —As there are quite a number of counterfeit articles bear ing the name of WISTAR’S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, purj>orting to be the genuine anti original, w© therefore deem it necessary for the protection of ourselves, and for the public good, to caution all person* who purchase the Balsam of Wild ("berry, to look well to the signature before buying. Hie Genuine WltfTAR’S BALSAM OF Wili) CHERRY has a fac simile of the signature of Henry Wistar, M. D., Philadelphia, and .Sand ford Jk I’ark, on a finely cxe cuted stiK*! engraved wrapper. Therefore be cautious, as none can be genuine without the signature of Sandford & Park. For bale by Druggists throughout the State. Don’t be Dkmvkd dy 1’ni‘RuIcipi.ed Druggists, but buy of an honest dealer. Ix>ok well at the signature before pnrrnming tala nouo unions it has the name of Hand ford k Dark ©ngi*nvo«l on the outside wrapper, as all others are 1USL* OOUNTKKFKITf*. PARK & WHITE, Proprietors, To whom all orders should he addressed. Also, Impor ters, Wholesale and Retail Agents of all valuable Patent Medicines, warranted genuine. Washington Street, opposite tho Post Office, San Fran cisco. 8-Um gA Perfumed Breath.—-What Ludy or Gentleman would remain under the curse of a disagreeable breath, w hen by using the ‘Balm of a Thousand Mowers” as a (leutrlflcc would n«>t only render it sw eet but leave the teeth w hite as alabaster? Many persons do not know their breath is bud, and the subject is so delicate tirnir friends will never mention it. Pour a single drop of tho ‘‘Balm” on your tooth bruidi and wash the teeth night and morning. A Braiiifu!. Complexion may easily be acquired by using the “Baum of a Thousand Flower.**.” It will remove tan, pimples, and freckles from the skin, leaving it of a soft an«l roseate hue. Wot a towel, pour on two or three drops, and wash the face night and morning. Shaving Made Easy.—Wet your shaving brush in either warm or cold vator, pour on two or three drops of “Balm of a Thocsand Flowehh,” rub the beard well, and it will make a beautiful soft lather much facilitating the opera tion of sliawng. Sold by Druggists. PARK A WHITE, Sole Agents, 8- Washington street, opposite the Post Office . Itostctti-r's Celebrated Stomach Hitters.— Facts cannot be questioned, when the people of any country bear testimony in unis*, as in the case of Dr. .1. Hostctter’s Stomach Bitters. Not only Iwive w t the individual evidence of the land, but almost emy paper in the Union Is com menting upon the great benefit derived from the use of these celebrated hitters; l*c-ides 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 cliiefi.v of Tin sic kins in the city. For Dyspepsia, in any fonn, the*** Hitters are a certain cure, when used as per direction. A ho for Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, General Debility, and a sure Pre ventive of Fever and Ague. These Bitter* are pleasant to the taste, and a delightful beverage. Purcliasers should he careful and take none but the Gt:nunf HofsTKTTP.rCs Stomach hi iters— -and you arc safe. For v»le bv the principle Druggists and first cla>s Saloons. PA UK k WHITE, Solo Agents for the Pacific coast, to whom all orders should be addressed, W.isW«gbn« st., uppo.sit-e Uk lk»st office SAN FRANCESCO. FRANK THAYER, Druggist. 3-0m aud Agent at Nevada. Dr. Guysott’s Improved Extract ..OK.. YSI1X5O W DOCK ...ASP... 8AR8APA RIIwLA, rS ACKNOWLEDGED TO DK THE BF>T &AK8APARIUA made; as is certS&*•.'.i by the wonderful euro# It bn« per formed. Remember, this is the only true and genuine ar ticle. This Medicine, when used according to directions, Will Cure Without Fall Scrofula, or King’s Evil, Cancers. Tumors, Eruptions of the- skin, Ery.sijiclas, Chronic Sore Even, King worm or' Tetter, Scald Hoad, Rheuma tism. Pains in the lE-fles and Joint*, Old Sores and Ulcers, Swelling of the Glands, Dyspepsia, Salt Rheum, Disease of the Kidneys, Los* <.f Appetite, Disease arising from the Use of Mercury. Paiu in the Side aud Shoulders, General Debility, Jaundice and Costivcne-as. The Hist Fcmnlt Remedy Known. The Yellow I'ork and Sarsaparilla is peculiarly adapted for females of delicate health, resulting .from irregularity of menstrual discharges, aud other diseases peculiar to their sex. We assure the aftlicled, that a botfle of two of DR. GUYSOTT’ EXTRdCT OF YELLOW DOCK AND SAID SAPAIULI.A will at once regulate those difficulties and re uew the natural energies. For sale bv Druggists every wl»er<j. PARK L WHITE, Sole Agents, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers of all Genuine Patent Medi cine*, Washington streot. ©pi>osiU* the Pod Office. FRANK THAYER. Druggist. 3-3m and Agent at Nevada. MlVIffl CLAIM FOR SALE.— ONE SHARK IN' the Golden Age Tnnncl Co. on Cooly’a Hill, adjoining Shelby IIiUL Inquire of. J. (\ DUFFY, at the Foul.dry on 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 15tb, Mr. W. Watt, President pro tem. in the chair, when the following gentlemen were elected permanent officers of Ike Association. President—WILLIAM WATT, of Grass Vulley; Treasurer—WILLIAM CAMPBELL, of Grass Valiev; 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 Stilling. Subscriptions received, and all communications attended to by the Troesurer or Secretary. 8-4w N. 0. MII.I.MAN, J. G. SMITH. MILLHAN & SMITH NO. 4C 1IROAD SHEET, NEVADA CITY Sign, House and Ornamental Painters, Paper Hangers, Upholsters, Glaziers, Ac. CONSTANTLY on hand and for tale French and Ameri can Paper Hangings, Window Shades and Landscapes of the Latest Styles. Also—White Lead, Oil and Mixed Paint* of all kind*. All orders nromptiy attended to. Work neatly executed with dispatch and at low figures. 7-tf Notick —proposal will be received until Sunday Dec. ‘21st, to sink a Shalt on the ground of the Tyrolean Tunnel Company. The bids to be directed to ‘ Secretary Tyrolean Tunnel tv>.” The contract will be given to the lowest responsible bidder—the Company re serving the right to reject all bids If excessively high. K. 8CHARFF, Sec’y. 10-2w At Center Market, Nevada. Omega. December 3d. 1856. Notick.— the Virginia ditch company claim the extension of their Ditch to the South Yuba, by the right of survey, and claim the right of Five Thousand Inches of water from said river and its tributaries above, and all tributaries along the said Ditch to the said river; and claim ground and timber of said survey sufficient to construct said Ditch into the town of *Onega Said sur vey was completed, and location made, on the fifteenth da v of November. 1856. JAH. (T LBERTSON, 10 Cw F. H. HUDSON A* f(V MISCELLANEOUS. New Opening, and New Goods !! SA.\ FRAJIdSfO DRV GOODS — AND — STORE l OTjOTSIKTO On Broad Birest, b Judoe Caswell’a Marble fro.nt, Brick Buildlvo. HBLBttlN A BROTHER, ABE NOW OPENING THEIR . hcavy-Slock of PAIX AND W INTER GOODS, Among which Are the most tastefhBy designed, Dress Bilks, fall stylos, Cloth and Velvet Mantillas, K reach Merinos and lielaino-, TYisden Plaids auci Shawls, Pleached Sheetings and Shirting, French, English ami American Calico*. With every variety of household Furnishing Good*. A splendid assortment of Gents Snp’r Black Frock Coats, Fancy and hl'k Doeskin I’ants, Vesta, Hats, and GsxTSi'rioisiiiwn Goons nr nrr Latest STVt.Ea, Tlte advantage whieh the undersigned enjoy in purchas ing their goods, enables them to sell at such pricos as will both DefJ - Comprtlon and Opposition. Ktr A CAU. IS KESPFATFl U.Y SOUClTPiD. “ if. II. 11ERWD SOMETHING SEW AND NEEDED I I A Merchant Tailoring, and nislung Store. and Gent’s Fur- ALT. of which the Subscriber ha? just opened in the ‘ DEMOCRAT BUILDING” Brpad stntot, a few doom below the U S. Motel comer, and where can ah ways be found the be*t of everythin* usually found in such establishments. I would particularly call the at tention of citirens frenomlly, to my stork of FVencIi mid English ( loths, CssslmcrcH, DOE-SKINS, hiIJv VELVET AND MAHSEIU-S VESTINGS; Which 1 will manufacture to order upon short notice, in the most fashionable style and best workmanship, Alunps war ranthig a fit. Sturts, Colnrs, Drawers, Wrappers, Cravats, Hosiery and Cloves of h11 kinds and description*. Extra fine Coats and Tants always on hand. jftlf Please call and see for yzurselves. 47-tf ' A. G. PIER. JUST RECEIVED & MOUK COMING I — AT TUX — Nevada hat stores! ■ A Superior stock of Hats and Caps of assort ed colors nnd styles. Seasonable Goods, the best ever offered in this market, now open at the NEVADA HAT STOKE, So. 28, COMMERCIAL STREET, NEVADA, tVilh tlie Intention to sell Cheat for Cash. We arc Assur ed that onr Goods will give satisfaction to alt who may fa vor ns w ith a caH. The Goods consist in part, of Gents. Fur Latest Style Silk Hats, Gents Excyl'r I'ur high crown Ash color, Freneli soft do do do do do Nenkeon do do do i'euid Sup’r Black soft silk high crown soft Sup'r black Brown high crown soft Sup’r black Prah high erown soft Exc’r Fur broad brim Cassimere l'xc’r broad brim I'lanters New style water-proof Hnts, Blue Navy Caps with covers, Boston Navy Caps writh covers, Ladies Biding Hats all colors, Silk and glazed covers for Hats, Umbrellas and Canes always on hand. HATS RENOVATED, Infants Hats, assorted colors. Boys black silk hats, lnfanti silk velvet caps, Bovs caps asa'd colors, Infants Emb’d caps, do Flumes do do brown cloth cap-, do Exe'r french fold, Also, Youths Hats of all descriptions, kinds, and colors. To this is added a superior stock of Boota, Shoes Bro gans, L'idles French Gaiters, Misses Shoes and all colors of Children- Shoes, and many other articles too numerous to mention. limits mill Shoes repaired an short notice. N. B. All kinds of Furs and Hides bought at market pri ces. 4-tf S. F,. R1EC. Billiard Saloon! Main Street, Second story Hussey & Roger’s DHek Building HARRINGTON «fe PVTTERSO\, — Late <f Wilson's Exchange, If road Street — \ NNOUNCE to their friends and the Public, that they havo fitted up this well known .SALOON in a style of ' cloganc© and comfort, and are prepared for all who may fa ' vor them with a call. I The milliard Tables will lx* found caual to any in | the State, nnd those who delight in this pleasant game, *i!l find thi* Saloon well adapted to enjoy it. j The 15f_r will at ail times he suppliod with the beat LIQTJOIIS ANI) BKOAIiS Which the market of San Francisco can atTord, and no ex tern-' or pain* will be spared on the part of the Proprietor* to make this a popular and agreeable place of resort, Nevada, Sept. 1, lftfifl.—48-tf cio mis i cigars i: cic;ausm: \v June/ion of Mein and Commercial Steals. II . & JV1 . II I R SC II M A N, oulJ respectfully announce that tlioy have recently roooivod and arc constantly receiving by express and other conveyances, the largest and best assortment of 11-nx r nnn t'lgnrs Clioioc* Hi nnds of To* lw¥CO, Pipes, TIIafclU M, PJuylng Curtis, «Su*. liii't &c M j Which will be sold lower than, the same quality of articles , can he bought in any other bouse in this city. Our old friends and .caper* are invited to give us a call and Fati" f y ‘•.vuiaelves, in regard to the quality of our j St*v' . i Particular citt-ntion paid to orders from the CouiUry m m If. & M. HIRSHIMAN. 4T tf Junction Main & Commercial st*. D1PROVEI) 131G UK RREOTTPEM, And Glass Pictures, or Ambrotypes! MR. J. M. LRVKY, ■\*TOUU> INFORM THE CITIZENS OK NEVADA AND VV vicinity, that he has just completed bis new room*. ! situated on Main Street, a few door* above the Nevada i Journal Office, where he is now’ prepared to take every d«- I acrintion of Picture* known in tlic Photographic Art. I Hie Rooms have been fitted up with every regard to con* j vcnience, and no expense has been spared hi make this es j tsblishment complete in every respect. He would further ! inform hUfriend* that he ho* just received from Now York I an invoice ot the newest and most elegant description of | cases, toe. Stock of every description constantly on hand. N. It. Instruction given in cverv branch of the art. 1 Nevada Slept. 1856—f,0-tf New Store, New Goods, PHILADELPHIA STORE, M BROAD hTUKirr, KIDD A KNOX’ NBW BRICK Bt'IUMNG Twentj—fl vc per cent. Cheaper than before * the Fire. w T K take'pleasure in announcing to the dtiaeusof Neva* tin and vicinity, that tl« Philafictjihin Stm e i* now open at No. 54 Broad St. In Kidd if: Knox's Bride Building , We have recently received a large stock of New Good*, which will bo Bold twenty-five per cent cheaper titan ever before offered in this market. The goods arc of the beat quality, and conu»t iu part a* follow*: 13i <-»* Goofix^-1 Tench and American Calico. French and English Merinos, all color*, French and .Scotch I Laid*, all wood, I lain and figured I)e Caine. Alapuca. i3om baza no also French Gingham, Swiss Muslin, Jaconet and cross-bar, in great quantity Silks.—Marrantique, Plaid, Plain, and Chang&bie. fthe latest and rishest style*;) also any color of Florence Silas. Satin and Fur, of every description. Victoria "Winter Ronm-t*.—I/yhoni, Split Straw, Silk and Satin Riding Hats, Girls Hat* and Boys IlaLs, Opera Dresses very rich styles. Table Cover*—Worsted and linen, of all kinds. Carpets—Three Ply, Brussels, Ingram, Velvet, all colors. Mat Mu#—Larg* quantities, from 4-4 to 6-4. cheap.— Floor Oil Cloth*, Mats and Hugs, a large assortment of DniggeU all colors. We call especial attention to our large assortment of the heaviest kind of White M&cinac Blanket*, and Quilt* also all kind* of Flannels lor family use. Embroideries. Edging and Lace. the ricliest style on hand, and wc call especial attention to them. TIIK RICHEST HTYI.K OF KMWiOlPEKKD HANDKERCHIEFS. 1,000 PIECES IRISH LINKS, at all prices. I3nmn.sk — Silk and Worsted, of all colors. Cotton—Bleached Muslin, 4 4—10, cheaper than has ever before been sold. Alexander’s Kidd Gloves; also Silk Gloves and Silk Mits. Ladies’ Shoes and Gaiter*, of all kinds. Ladio.« are invited to call and examine our Goods, and ascertain our price*, before purchasing elsewhere. Remember the Number, —Philadeljtkia Dry Goods Store, No. 54 Broad Street, Kidd iL Knox's Brick Building. STIEFEL k COHN. Kevnd;. A Of. M, 1S56. 46 tf. THINKS! THINKS!! THINKS!!! FOHTY DOLLAR TRUNKS, FOR SALE BY SOL KOHI.- MAN, No 45 Main Street, Comer Conmereial, llrick Building, opposite American Exchange, Nevada. GOLii KUAT WOOD TAjUfll A AA CORDS OF GOOD OAK WOOD, on hand and for ‘Ttl /' / auie at the Gold Run Wood Yard. Orders will be received at the Lone Star Saloon Commer cial Street. Please name the I.ngth reoulred in your or der.. 6-tf S. K. HEWS. AMERICAN EXCHANGE. THE CNDEltSlGNEU would respectfully Inform the pub lic. that thev have purchased the Billiard Saloon and Bar connected with the AMERICAN EXCHANGE, corner or Alain and Cavote streets, Nevada. G. UIXARD. A 3. ALSTON. November Sth, 1864—7 lm TOB PRINTING, OF AI.L KINDS. NEATLY EXE* ♦J * at BOOK STORE? BOOKS, BOOKS fertile MILLION ! I J. E. ZXAMZiXN, So. S3 Brood Street, Corner Pine. HAS JUST RECEIVE!) THE LARGEST and BEST As sorted Stock of Books, slid Stationery, Mooted In»tru!R*ntS, crrtBRT, GOLD PEIV8, KtXtT GOODS, TOTS, itC. it C., . ; e'er brought to the city of Nevada. which will bs sold It Wholesale tftt Retail, CIIEArER THAN THE CHEAPEST, • My Stock consists in part of a good aJUKortmtiil of Law, Medical, Historical, Poetical. Mictllauooufl, Masonic Works, Catholic Piety and School Book* of every \ariety. . Any quantity ofGift Books, Cl»«*l«tmas Pres ent*, Vnlonllncs, &c Y for thU Holidays. New ami improved Diaries, and I ailjr Journals for 1867, A variety of ainas for the pocket and Counting room. CHE VP PUBLICATIONS* A cirsohdaf library of 1,000 rolumiis new, and In good order, and 1 am constantly receiving the latest and moat desirable works published', direct from New York and Phil adelphia. Magazines, Periodicals, Newspapers, Ac from all parts of the Globe. 1 Steamer Papers and California weeklies, neatly put up for mailing—Postage Km*. It is useless for ate to try to enumcruto the endless veri ty of everything. And I will nay 1 have an good an assort ment as can be found this side of &ui Prunei*oo. Persona wishing anything in my line of business will save money by calling upon me, before purchasing else where. Onr Motto Is We Strive to please. 11 tt J. E. HAMLIN. Good News and New Books!! AT TOE PIONEER BOOK, STATIONERY AND NEWSPAPER DErOT. GW. WELCH, haa volunteered te supply bl» friends . and the public generally, with literature of th# choicest kind, mid on the most rciMOMlbl. term., at IV liole.uk an<i Retail. Comprising Standard and .Miscellaneous Works, and all kinds of Books Stationerv. BLANK BOOKS, Bit A WING l'APER, SCHtX)l. HOOKS, 1’tUNTING CARDS, POETICAL WORKS, TISSUE PAPER, HISTORICAL WORKS, FANCY PAPER k ENV’V’Si. MUSIC A .V I> MUSICAL IIVSTK VM K ATI'S, GOI.l) PENS AND CUTLERY, Together with all the late Publications of the day. Atlan tic and Foreign Papers, Magazine* aud Periodica U, by the arrival of each Steamer. Also, a large Circulating library of the latest Publication.. Steamer Papers in wrapper.. Postage Free. ”6* No.34. Main -L, Crittenden's Fire Proof Brick. G.W. WEJ.CII. August, 30, 1856. 4ti-tf HOTELS. SIERRA NEVADA 1IOTE L, (North San Juan , Nevada County,) dCpj THE UKI)ERSIOKEI', having leased the above well ffvi* known Hotel, are prepared to receive their friends and the public. We will endbavor ib make nil fbcl at home who may visit us. PARKER H. PIERCE, FRED’K. JJLCKTFJL North San Juan, Aug. 10th, 18.VJ.—40-tf N ATIONAL EX C H TvflTu E . No 34 Broad Street. Nevada. THE under*itf nod late proprietors of the Vntted States Hotel, having leased Biekncll’a Block nnd hand somely iitted it up throughout, are now prepaml to accom modate permanent and transient Hoarders, in a style un surpassed in the State. The* Table u ill at all times be supplied with all tlio ra rietios the market affords. Tlu.’ llecU ami Furniture arc ail new and for style and comfort, caunot be excelled. Particular attention will be paid to the accommodation of Ladles itncl Families. Having had long experience in the business, we are con fident of being aide to make the NATIONAL, one of the most desirable Hotel.-* iu the mountains. Title Block, is substantially built of Brick, and withstood the late disastrous fire —tho rooms arc airy and well finished, and from tho Balconies you have a spleudid view of the surrounding country. *s- or li.x all .x i a u r The Bar will be under tho *u)>%rvislon of Mr. THOMAS HENRY, and will at all times be supplied with iht choicest WINES, LIQUORS and HOARS. PEARSON & HE ALT, Proprietor?. Nevada, Aug. 20, 1>W. 46 tf Fresh Oysters and Fresh Clams!! Coiuc and Try Them! AT WnOI.EvWT A RETAIL. rpHE UNDERPINNED wishes to inform hla friends and L the public generally, that he has opened an Oyster Saloon in tho AMERIC AN EXCHANGE, TWO DOORS BELOW F1USBIES’ TUB A TBit, Where lie intends to keep constantly on hand Fresh Ore gon Oysters and Hams. Being engaged in tho business below feels confident that In- can give entire satisfaction to all those who may favor him with a call. All orders promptly attended to. Familios supplied at I/.w Rates. * 7-3m J. W. GRIFFIN. E. BrCKWELL, 1). I). S. OO ENTIST. GRADUATE of the Ohio College ol lh ntal Sur* (Tory i oppoaite Rudolphs Drug Store, Commer cial rttroet. (SUCCESSOR J'O />/?. .S’. (\ M'.IMIUE,) Teatlitionlnl.—in bidding adivu to my fricndr and the public, 1 bog leave to return ?ny sincere thank* for their patronage, and take pleasure in recommending Dr. BUCKWELL my aucccs-vor, as a skillful and scientific gen tleman, and well worthy the public eonlhWuuc. Nevada, Sept. 18C*C.—RUf S. G. JtclNTYRE. DENTISTRY. hit. A. CHAPMAN, Dentist, calls particular attention to hi- Tooth Anodyne, which, when applied, will stop the tooth-ncbe in five miutes. mid effectually destroy the nerve, leaving it in a fit condition to be tilled without causing pain, where it would otherwise have to be extracted. All Dental operation* performed in a neat and substan tial manner, and HaUsfaeiinn guaranteed in ail rase*. (IFFICK—In Khld k Knox Brick Uuiidiug, corner Pine and Broad street*, Nevada, where he Intends to remain per manently. October 14th, 1*50—2 tl RUBBER GOObHll AVKJust receive*! from the New York Mauufkctoriea direct 100 Wlrite 1 H Coate with Capes (now article.) lOOBl’k “ 200 Whit* “ “ “ “ “ 200 IR'k “ “ “ “ “ 100 “ “ “ .Sacks, “ 100 “ “ Jacket* “ 44 60 pairs “ Pants “ “ 25 pair* “ Leggings, “ 41 60 Cases Haywards Ix>ng I It Boots, 10 Caacs “ Knee “ “ 10 do*. Ix>d? I R Gloves—50 doz Hat Covers Silk and Cotton Which will 1** offered at CM’RKCEDEKTED LOW PRICES —Wholes*le At Retail. 3-tf A BLOCK At CO., Cor. Commercial and Pine Sts. H HOTEL FOll SALE. NOTlCK—The undersigned being doslrov* to dis- W-?l continue the business of Hotel keeping would announce to the public that lie offers for sale at a nAROAi.x, hi* inter est in the new and Commodious House, known a* the OR LEAKS HOTEL , Situate in the pleasant Tillage of Orleans Flat, Nevada Co. Said House is new and complete in every part, and for convenience, durability and taste, eannotbe excelled in tha Mountains. Adjoining, Is a Bakery of large »ize, with fix tures complete, alao a splendid lot of hogs, chicken., wood, out houses, &c. &e. The one half of this entire property can now be bought at a price far below lt» present value, and on terms that cannot fail to pleuc by applying to S. B. CAZEAUX. of Langton’s Expres., Orlcaus Hat, who is my authorized Agent. Orleans Hat, Sept. 2d, 1S56—1-tf C. A. LAWRENCE. i The Pioneer Crockery Store Ahead!! At tlic Old Stand, IVa. 30, Main St, Nevada. WHERE MAY BE FOL M) TIIK BEST ASSORT-, inent of Good* ever offered in thi* Market, Which 1 will sell for Cash cheaper than any other house dare offer them. 600 Dor. Bar and Table Tumbler* Aborted Styles, Hue Cut and Pressed JJecanton*, Fruit Dhbe* And Glass Ware of every description, Every variety of Iron Stoneware. Any quantity of cheap Table Cutlery, Ivory Table and I>t*f»M.rt Knives, Hated Sp<Mms and Forks, a great variety, Brit tan in Pitclwrn and Castor*. a great variety, Camphene and Oil Side awl Hanging lamps, Chandeliers and in fact, everything pertaining to THE CROCKERY TRADE, Also, Camphene and Burning Fluid, by the Case, Can or Gallon, always on hand, and for SALE CHEAP IVR CASH Recollect the place, 36, Main Street. RCKm’KNDKN. AUCTION SALES! *». W. TAYLOR A vrnox AND COMMISSION MERCHANT Fire Proof Brick Store on Commercial Street. Especial attention will be giren to out door Real Estata, and every description of property and Merchandise, in Ne vada or any part of the County. M'd** Solicited on I*vblic ami Private Sal'. "9% Nevada Sept. 30. 1850—52 tf. TO RENT— A on Main street. 9-if FIRE-PROOF Inquire, of BRICK WAREHOUSE, RO.-FVHITM k BRO STORES. o n 4r j > r R l }| A a Y > "l I i j. |p O Druggist & Apothecary, MCOBHSRCl.il STREET, k' ' :'fSk «• JOHN LARK, Wholesale and Retail Druggiit, Has jt:st received a large and well assumed Invoice of choice DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, TRUSSED. SHOULDER BRACES, Ex tracts for Cooking, SAGO, All ROW ROOT, TAPIOCA aud * large assortment of PATENT MEDICINES, Ac Ik. Also a fresh lot of CAMPHfcNE, LAMP OIL, RAW and BOtLED LINSEED OIL. LARD and CASTOR OIL YARN ,'AH of all kind*, SPTS TURPENTINE. ALCOIIOI., Atlantic!. WHITE LEAD. RED an.l BLACK LEAD. CHROME YELLOW and GREEN, PRCS BLUE, YELLOW OCHRE ground and dry Paint and Varnish BRUSHES, and In fact •vary thing in the Paint and Oil Hue. The above article* will he gold at tlie lowest market pri ces t>r CASH. Call and take a look at my Stock before you purchase elsewlitre. No. 32, Fire Proof Building Main St. Nevada. Nevada sept. 22, 185d—62-tf H BROAD STREET DRUG STORE. H. W1CHL1SS A CO., (Successor* to W. • ALBAN.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer* In Drug: Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Turpentine, mite lead, Rel Lead, lithargee, Brushes, Alcohol. Starch, Pearl Brandy, TUpuxn, Canary Seed, tinned Oil, Oopel Farovdi, Japan FaruWt. Coach Famish, tfansar Famish, Putty, Zinc Paint, Porcelain White, Port Wine. Sherry IFinr, Madeira Win*, Pine Brandy Hcdhsnd Otn, IFivsdocr <71oar lard OH. Sperm Oil, Polar OH , Pish on, Castor Oil, Neats foot Oil, Patent Medicines, Perf umery, Cotjrinn Eitrcds, Spices, Bay Bum, Sarsaparilla, Webber's Cordial, Cherry Perioral, TFisfar'a Balsam, Together with a genera) and complete assortment of all articles in our line, which will he sold at prices as low as they can be Afforded in the mountains. Physicians prescription* carefully compounded. IlR. H. H. w KIKES fc (X) Corner of Broad and Pine streets. Nevada, Juue 24tli, 18S6.—42-tf Fall & Winter Clothing! A. BLOCK &. CO., Corner of Commercial and due Stint*, NEVADA. WOULD cull the attention of the citizens of Nevada and surrounding country, to tlieir large and well assorted ttock of Fail and Winter Clothing, &c., consisting Jq part of Coat*. Cloth and Fancy Cassiniere Bu*tne;a Coats; Surtout* Sacks, and other styles of Ovtrcoais Cloth an<l long nap Talmas; Blue Pilot and Beaver Monkey Jackets; Fine Black Cloth Frock Coats; (Into mixed Cassimere Coats. Vests. Black RIJk Volvet Vests, ( latest style;) Black Figured Silk, Ca.s|[mm* and’Satin Vests; Fancy and Plain Ca'iSlnwrc Vests, Pants. Plain and Fane}* Cassimore Pants; Plain and Fancy Satinet t Pants; Black Doeskin aud Cansiiuere Pant-; Tweed and Kentucky Janes Pants. Shirt* and Drawers. Davis & Jones’ Patent Shirts, (large stock,) Silk Uudershirts and Drawers; White and Gray Merino Shirts an«l Drawers; Flannel, Check, and Hickory Shirts. Hat*. Black, Browu, and Pearl French Ha’s; Black, Brown, and Pearl Wool Ha**. Ulunkctfl. White, Blue, Bed and Gray filauhol*. Domestic. Four fourths Brown and Bleached Shading. Together with a large assortment of GENTS FlRMSmVG GOODS, Iu endless variety. Rubber* By clip)>erships “M. D. Sutton,” “Polynesia,” and ”Ro bln Hood,” wc are in recoipt of a larg«* stock of India Rnb her Coats, (Rsfck and white, some with capes,) Booth and Pants, imported direct from tlie Ne w York iiimiu factories, which will be offered to the trade at Son Francisco prices, freight udded. A. BLOCK A CO. Ncv«d;i. Sept. 29, 186 62 if. DRY GOODS! DJI V GOODftTf Cheap For Cash!!! rriHK XW YORK HUY GOODS STORK, . Ilruwh of. J. New York House Is now open on the corner of COM MERCIAI. AND PINK STREETS, with & Urge and elegant Block of Seasonable Goods consisting in part of Silks, Shan't* amt Cloaks, M Detainee, Cashmere* and Merino *, Blankets, Flannel*, Quills ami Comforters, Bleached Sheeting* and Shirtings, Irish Linen, Damas/> Told? Linen, Napkin*, lined* and Crash, Duck, Drillings and Tickings. Rroum Sheetings Che*i an ’ Calicoes, French, Kncjlish and American Calicoes, Iluisery. Wove*, (iuanllcU, tic. die., Ca/)t*, QtUar*, Sleeves, JHVrns, <fr. tie,, KmUroid , ml Urn Vf h Liven Uon.'kcrchhft, Cents’ oil Linen* Shirt», hnl!-Ho*e Crattits. tji. f ;«thet with every articlenasally B-u./ c ' G»*o.ts'J-ori. Purchasers ore reined ed to cnll end •• :ar..h.c the goodj before purchasing el :c whore. Terms Pash—positively no credit, octsa-tf __ ' _ TI I°l!l\ S _ n j L^Y FIFTEEN KRAS ON S Why yor should Bcy tour Clothing & Gents' Furnishing Goods AT SOL KOHLMAN’S! L Because df. *bll* very CHEAP. 2. Because his Assortment U very large. 3 Because he has nice and fresh selected Goods. 4. TV cause his Stock is of the moat Fashionable style. 5. P' -cuse he buys hi* Goods in the best markets. 6. I auto his fine Silk Ilats are of the latest style and Fashions. 7. Bo « use hi* Business CoaU are of the best UnJ. K, I -. ause his Furnishing Goods are Matchless. 9. J o use he is a Pioneer in the Nevada Trade. 10, Bvcause the most Fastidious can be pleased. II. Because ho court* comparison and defies competition 12. Because every one i* satisfied who trades there. 13. Because it Is thought no trouble to show goods, and treats every body alike. 14. Because cusffbteri are not forced to buy. 16. Because he advertises only the TRUTH. SOL KOI1LMAN Also advertises the best selected Stock ol Foreign and Domestic Goods, such as Sheeting. Drilling, Duck, and Matting; Blue, Grey, Red and the finest White Blankets, Comforters. Bed Ticking and Toweling—also, Trunks, Valices and Ckrpct Bags, which he will seH at re duced pricos, at Wholesale and Retail, at his Store. No 46 Main Street, Corner of Commercial, Brick Building Opposite American Exchange, Nevada. STOVES I STOVES JI STOVES I11 The subscribers would respectfully inform tit* citijens of Nevada and vicinity, that they have established them selves permanently in the Stove and Tin Rashid*, aud will keep constantly on lmnrt a la rgoand complete assortment of Cooking, Parlor and Box Stove*, of the latent Style* and Pattern*. Stoves warranted in all cases, if desired. We also manufacture Tin IVare of every description, which we are prepared to sell at Wholesale or Retail at VERY LOW PRICES. Hose Pities of every description on band or made to order. Job \\ urk of all kinds done with prumptitude—and as we do our own work, we are always willing to warrant the same, (Jive ns a call, and examine Goods and Prices. 1C .Store on Commercial St.,opposite Centre Market. Nevada Oct. 27, 186C—4-tf BUNNELL A BOSTWICK. TAhUIAS di Tl'H.VEIt, At Ynteas&Tallman’aold Stand Commercial *t* KHCP constantly on hand a splendid assortment of STOVES of all descriptions, HAHDWARE, TIN WARE, IRON AND STEEL. BENCH PLANKS. BSAD PLANS? DADE'S RABBIT PLANES, TAMIJ-: CUTLERY, Ac In short nearly everything needed in the Mountain trade. Al so, HYDRAULIC PIPES, COUPLING*, Ac., Ac. JOB WORK done to order at shortest notice. 46-tf _ TAI.LMAN A TURNER, GU1S0TT R SAR.SATAiil LLA. For sale by Rl T DOU*H, Druggist, ‘ . 21 Comnuweial stseet. D AVIS’S 1’AIX KILLER. I- or sale by KIDULPH, Brui n PH, Druggist, Commercial street. M EXICAN MC8TANCJ UNIMENT. For sale by RUDOLPH. Dmgglrt, 21 Commrrdsj r*rrst SAN FRANCISCO. ai d Bound ■ - i»-a.jaifiiEi3Mca-3Qii.® Er the nest Steamer, will find great Benefit and Good Preparation For fhc VoV*£T, by taking from one to thrfo of IS?*! ? 8 t ? ? DR. BOCRHE'8 tLSCTRO-CHEM IC'A L BA THS t! Wh<rh EXTRACT CALOMEL *ud MERCURY in all He f0l vK WON. 7TNC, LEAD, etc., etc., and all INSM UOUS DRl'Cfl and POISONS from the HIM AN SYSTEM, and speedily NW .. Rheumatism. ramly«H Neurol?.*, Stiff Joiuts, .Jaundice. Fever 4 Ague, Indolent Ulcer*. Swelling*. Tumor*, chronic and acute difficulties of the Bladder. ttWnors, and AIX old a dec Mod* of the SEXUAL ORGAN?; and arc also the most Luxurious Bath ever Administered, Imparting permanent warmth and animation to the system South-East Comer of Sutuome an(C Cbiumcrcitil Street 4, orrosirRTim St. Nteitotss Htirr.1., Son Francisco. All the Homeward Bound who are S»r ferine from Rheumatism, I’sralysiS, or any other affection, should arrange to remain In San Francisco orveral days, or a week or nic.ro. before the day of sailing, that they might be able to free themselves from their difficulties prior te departure, as manv rerv severe cases of Rheumatism, 4c. kc . are POSITIVELY CVRED In from ONLY ONE to TWO WfiiKS. OZgT flee large advertisement In another part of this pa. per. for additional information. 1-tf THE FINEST STORE, the FINEST GARMENTS, AND THE p»- LOWEST PRICES-®^ On the Pacific Coast! , J. c CO., EDDY & AT THEIR NliW AND MAGNIFICENT STOEE, On the North.- Went Comer of SANSOME and COMMERCIAL Streets, opposite the St. Nicholas Hotel. San Francisco. Hava a Stock of OVER $200,000!! WORTH OF CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, AND FURNISHING GOODS, Which they will scllmt LESS PRICES than any other establishment In the State. They manufacture their Gar ments In New York, thereby avlng twenty per cent., which advantage they give fo' (heir eu-temers; and every article which they si-it Is wshr inthd to be of the Beat Quality or no sale. The public are invited to call and con vince themselves of 1hn above facts. The Store mav be known by the STARVED OR ASS WINDOWS, over the Dorm. 10-3m T O TIIK P U U L IU. AS WE HAVE RECEIVED, DY THE LAST STEAMER, THE GOLDEN GATE, A VERY LARGE AND EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS, we invite you to come In, ar.d err mine our assortment. We ltd confldent «e can show y»u the t.no t asaortment ot Clothing and f urn! king Goods' ia San' i'ran cisco, and we KNOW svc can show' von the Best Ma<|e an<l the Finest Quality of any Clothmg House lutlalitomlft. Our goods an? made especially for the trade of San Francisco, by our House, 335 BroadW(v Ken York, and no pains 1? pared in har ing them the' REST MADE, the WIE3T STYLES and we tvarranl them to be of the best quality In this siiprUct. Come in and look at our Illaelr, Blue, Drawn and Ilab’la JTrockCoatS| Bliu k null Blue Ureas Coot*: Black, Blue and Fausy I'nnls 5 Plain and Fancy hi Hr Velvet Vesta , Silk, Cnssliitere, Cnslilmi-rv, and every- Description of Vests ; Coats and Pants In Suits | Over-(fonts, TALMAS. CLOAKS, HAOLAIT SACKS, meir MORNTNO ROBBS, HANDKEUtlllEI 3, CRAVATS, GLOVES, SUPER SILK UMBRFTXAS, nVBBEll GOODS. &<?. At. In fact, everything In the lint lCl/.' 1MIXG and FCi'.NL'H I KG GOODS.* Sole Leather Trunks ami Valicei, fro. &c. And last, (but no* 1a ? :) •• ■ , 1! nt uj make the PIS ICE h VtT T niu 7 :• rtr: % and lower lii ut 4 fly ot. u* ho irc can, L. lsv-.<8 quality n.nd make of !<<-• -I<»i >o u a coll nt tiu III tv, IJI " ■'» ■. • I ■ ' M as- . > at ' i.v Men Gate Clothing *\,’arehon80, — CO Id. IP. cl — CLAY AND K LARKY SIREEIB, slabliihed by K1 YUS & Co.. in 1551, und conducted ■e by tho partner, M. a. MARTIN, who is now sols pro itor.-8.3m Hobort -ToBOiilii, — W IIOl AM IK DE.tI.ER 13 — . Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Tools, Watch Materials, aiuasiK, Fancy Goods, Air. dir 1S5 Montgomery Street, Corner cf Jackron street, (DR. WPJGHT'i BULLING.) Robert Josenlil, HAVING 1 URCHASED THE IN tire Stock and Tiade of the bo.lne m of ISAAC S. JO SEPHI It CO., will carry on the name lor hia own account, at 105 Montgomery street, corner of Jackson, Dr. Wright's Building. 7-?m Montgomery House. ( Formerly CUirettult Mouse) Corner Sutter and MostgsMti y Streets, GREAT ItEDUl TIOV IX PRICKS I f The Proprietor I* prepared to furnUh fir*t*rnto BOA HI) at the following reduced rate# : rge and airy room* to Jot, with Board, lor 2'amilia.*. Board and L*m lift up, per Week, with sftigle and doukla Itoomi $G to $7 Board j»er week ....$6 Board per Lay $1 7*3tn ’ M. O'NEILL, 1‘roprietor. Quoeu City Hotel, Davis St,,—Bet vs ecu Pacific and Broadway. tfh MRS. E. J. CUMMINGS, HAVING TAKEN THE pii;i above well known Stand, is now prepared to entertain her friends and tho Public generally, in a style calculated to satisfy the most fastidious. Her Table will be supplied with all the Delicacies and Substantial* of the Season. And her Room* (which are large and well ventilated,) are furiii»hnl 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 lV-uts, and of 'he Mail Steamers and Shipping generally—thus recommending Itself particu larly to strangers, or others having business In or residing in the Interior—as well as to tho-e citizens who desire a pleasant homo, with a delightful vie w. The fare—which will always bo the host tho market afford.-—will be mode rate in price, so as to he in keeping- with the stringency ot the times. ELIZA J. CUMMINGS 7 3m Davis at., between Pacific and Broadway. GEO. J. BHOOKSACO, PAPER WAREHOUSE. VO. 123 SANS0ME .STREET, SAN FRAVCISCO Aokms For .Ume: i.oRt.ita a Hos.V Tvrn 1’ocnmzy. TYPE, Cases, Stand-, Bra-sand Wood r.ulei, w'th a com plete assortment ef »H kinds of PRINTING MATLRli ALS, always ou hand. Also PUGG LB?' JOB i'RErisLd, HWilULKs' GAKD CUTTERS. HOE a IMJ'tmhX PWNTfNG PPXcb, Hot'S PROOF rHESSES. , HUE'S PAPER CUTTERS. . I},0v0 llci? me PriaUns Paper, all sizes Fine lSu.li Paper, Manilla Wrapping Paper, Hardware i*a|X-r, Due ble (bum SUXT, 1 igbtbidy’s Celebrated Neivj lak. Fine Book Ink. Cwlorcd luits h* I’aua-nud Printer's Varnish. August. 1#. Ieoh 2.00b 10.000 “ 5,000 “ 2o,o«u t? tu,000 Lbs, 3,000 F>R SALK— ONE lIl'.lt'K HOOF. TWO FRAME B buildings, At. this Office: ■ T°T, centrally located Enquire iM dm