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WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 16, 1858. LOC AL. INTELLIUENCE. ScicrDR. —Ur. E. M. Davidson committed sui cide, at Rough & Ready, on Sunday last, by taking laudanum. He was in Nevada a week ago last Saturday, and drank considerably du ring the day, and at night got into the Sacra mento stage for the purpose of going borne. When the stage arrived at Rough & Ready, he never even went to bis house, but drank two or three times, and got into the stage again, and said be was going to Frazer river. He re turned to Rough & Ready last Saturday even log. having been absent a week, and from bis actions his friends were satisfied be had been drinking very much during bis absence. lie stated that he went to San Franciseo. and while there borrowed $300 of a friend to pay his ex pense* to Frazer river; that be took two glasses of liquor in the Union Restaurant and was drugged; that when he come to his right mind bis money was missing; that he then went to Dr. Teland, who told him that be was poisoned, and could not live long, and that laudanum was the beet medicine be could take. He bad some laudanum in his possession when be re turned, which be had been taking, and procured another Tial of the drug from Dr. Ray. He stated to some cfhis friends on Saturday even ing that he should die the next day, and all they had to do was to follow him to the grave. He was very sick during Saturday uight, and was closely watched by his wife and friends. On Sunday, be induced Mrs. Davidson to leave the room, and during hei absenoe. ho swallowed a quantity of laudanum and filled the vial with brandy: He soon breams insensible, and died in three or four hours. From the fact of his filling the vial with brandy, to replace the laud anum, it is inferred that he took the drug with the deliberate intention of putting an end to his existence. Justice Dunster held an inquest on the body, and the jury returned a verdict that “deceased came to his death by taking laudanum, while laboring under temporary in sanity, brought on by intemperance.” Doubts are entertained as to whether ho ever went to San Francisco, and bis friends have written to Dr. Toland and others to ascertain the facts. Mr. Davidson was horn in Rockbridge co., Virginia, and was about twenty-seven years of age; for the past five or six years he has resi ded at Rough tfc Ready, where he has been en gaged in mining. He represented this county in the Legislature of 1857. He was married about two years ago, at Rough &. Ready, and leaves a wife and one child. Dim ix tue Hospital. —A man named John Smith (lied in tbo county hospital on Wednes day, June 9th, when about to hare a leg ampu tated. The limb was terribly crushed at Moore's Flat, about four weeks ago, by the fall ing of a boulder upon it, while he was working in a tunnel. At first a physician from Forest City was sent for, who gave it as his opinion that the injured limb would have to be ampu tated. Smith was badly frightened when told of this, and his friends would not consent to have the operation performed, lie was accor dingly brought to Nevada, and placed in the hospital. Dr. Wickes used every effort to save the injured limb, but at length informed .Smith that his life could nut be saved unless the limb was amputated, and he was placed 0:1 a table and preparations made to perform the opera tion. His friends then gathered around, and declari d that the limb should not bt amputated until Father Dalton, who resides at Grass Val ley, was sent for. lie was then taken off the table, and commenced sinking very fast, and when Father Dalton arrived he was so low that no hopes were entertained of saving his life, and in an hour or two after he died. Mr. Smith was an Irishman by birth, and about 26 years ol age. Indian Killed. —On Tuesday, the 8th inst., a number of dr-ukon Indians came to the ranch of Mr. Taylor, .t I’enn Valley, during his ab sence from home. There was one sober one among them, and be advised the family to close (he doors, stating that his comrades were all insane from the effects of liquor. The doors urera accordingly closed and fastened, and a general light soon commenced among tho sav ages. which resulted in ouc of them shooting another in the liack with an arrow, killing him instantly. The point af the arrow, it is sup posed must have penetrated the heart. The murdered Indian belonged at Penn Valley. The murderer was afterwards regularly tried by the ludiaus, who derid'd that it was a case of “justifiable homicide'’—the fact that he was drunk being considered a good defense. It is sot knowu where they got their liquor. We believe there is a statute against selling liquor to Indians, to violate which, subjects the par ties to severe penalties: the law, however seems to be but little regarded by some liquor deal ers, fer it is a common occurrence to see drun ken Indians lying around the streets of the mining towns. Tub Rush for Frazbk. -On Monday night, no less than seventy persous left this place and Grass Valley, in the Sacramento stages, bound tor Frazer river. The stage company were compelled to put on several extra coaches. From what we can learn, by conversations with those who intend leaving, we judge that the grand rush for Frazer will not commence be fore the first or middle of July, as there are many who intend leaving about that time. A continuation of favorable news will make fear ful havoc among the turning population of this section. Closed vr. —The store of H. Berwln, of Grass Valley, was closed up last week, in consequence, of several attachment suits being commenced against him by his creditors in San Francisco. 8uits were commenced in the District Court by the following parties : H. Reyman, for $3,1521 Benjamin Cobu. for $2,104; Goldstone, Fried lander A Co., for $3,200; King. Berwin A Co., for $1,335 50; Neustadter Bros., for $537; Rein hardt Bros. A Co., $331 38—making in the ag gregate, $10,659 88, for which attachments were issued. Backed Powjl—The foot race which was made up between ‘-Soda Bill” and Jack Maiden, to be run last Sunday at Hughes’ race traok, did not come off as anonunced. Maiden backed down and paid the forfeit. County Contention. —The Democratic Cen tra] Committee, for Nevada county, met in thia city on Saturday, and called a County Conven tion to meet on Saturday, the 10th proximo— the delegates to be elected on the 3d. The Committee have made an innovation upon the manner of representation heretofore adopted in this county. The delegates are to be elected by precincts instead of townships. This change will give the small precincts an advantage over the more populous ones, as many of them have not more than half enough votes to entitle them to a delegate; but by the system heretofore in vogue, the small precincts were not represent ed at all. and consequently had no voice In the Convention. We notice that all the principal mining counties have adopted the System of electing delegates by precincts, and the change made by the Committee, we believe, will be generally approved by the Democracy of the county. The resolutions of the Committee, and the apportionment of delegatee, will be found on the preceding page, to which we direct at tention. Club to the Robbkry.— It was rumored iu in town yesterday and Mondny, that William Marshall, now tinder arrest charged with being concerned in the late stage robbery, has been makirg confessions to the officers, acknowledg tliat he took part in the robbery, and implica ting feur or five others, some of whom are now under arrest. Other parties, not heretofore suspected, are also implicated, but as they bare not been arrested, we are advised not to pub lish their names. The grand jury will examine this case to day, when something detfinitc in regard to the guilt or innoseoce of the parties implicated will bs known. Fourth ok July.— The Nevada Rifles, with a patriotic remembrance of the times whieh tried men’s souls, —which should ever characterize our citizen soldiery,—are to give a grand ball on the 5tb of July next, at the Court House. The preparations going on, and the activity of the various committees, warrant us in ths pre diction that the ball in question will be ouc of the nu>9t pleasant ever given in our county. We are glad to sec that fire and Frazer river fever hare not. in the least, checked the public spirit of the Rifles. Court of Sessions. —The Court of Session* met in regular term, on Monday the 7th. A venire was issued for a grand jury, returnable on Monday the 14th, to which time the Court adjoured. The following gentlemen were era pan neled and sworn a* grand jurors : S. S. Lew is, foreman. Asa Hall, J. R. Archibald, A. Fra ■er, C. Olney, Jno. Fenn, W. II. Sears, J. W. Gurthicr. Wm. Hatfield. F. Austin, John Web l»cr, J. M. Hixon, Chas. Marsh, W. II. Orr, Isaac Mears, T. Green, N. II. I sum an. Yesterday afternoon, the Grand Jury report ed that they had found indictments against the following persons : L. I*. Stone, for highway robbery; Geo. Taylor, for assault with a deadly weapon, for burglary, and for petit larceny ; Daniel Luddiugton and Thos. Williams, for bur glary ; Geo. Colby and Wio. Colby, for asaault with intent to do bodily harm; nnd agaiust Por tuguese Joe, (dr an assault with intent to mur der. The cases of Michael Cullen, and T. II. Smith, charged with murder-Morton Ford, as sault with deadly weapon—and It. H. Thayer, for obtaining money under false pretenses, were dismissed. Rkbcii.iiino.— The work of rebuilding the town is progressing slowly, hut steadily Yes terday, we counted sixty-five buildings, which had been put up and commenced since the fire, and near half of the burnt district is now cov eted with houses. It is the design of the own ers of some of the more eligible lots to erect brick buildings upon them, and they are now only waiting until brick can be procured. Farewcm. Sermon. —Rev. J. II. Warren de livered bis farewell sermon at the tionnl Church last Sunday. He iutenda leaving in a short time, and we believe designs locating at the Mission Dolores. District ('oui l —Mny Term, 1858* Nilics S«akl>, District Judge. Teas Dxr. June 8, 1868. Tbo*. FTu?a)e<i tk. Hit Creditors, Sheriff appointed at digue*. J. M. Wentworth et alt. v«. Zens* Wheeler AiCn , judf ment for Plaintiff-.’ and foreclosure of Mes-bAAic'* I.ien* Strpben Cwwin Jr. v*. John Knight, judgmen for plaint iff. and foreclosure of mortgage. J. >1. Klurshutx vs. Hit Creditor*, diWixrgwd from hit debts and liabilities. I) k B. Lachman John L. Blythe, dismissed, each party paying his own co»t*. Junto* Wearer et. al*. vs. Eureka lake Co., Jury eun pannellcd. Win.vaniAT, June 9th. 1868. Peter Evan*. Richard Pender, and Mike Haddock, natives of Great Britain, admitted to citizenship. Ja«. Weaver et. al«. ▼•. Eureka take Co., by agreement of parties A. B. Gregory excuse*! from service a* Juror. Nine wit net *e* examined on part of plaintiff an! eause continued till Thursday morning 9 o'clock. Th<*«my. June 10th. A. D. Skill man ts. Riley k Boriog, motion fora new trial overruled, cause appealed to Supreme Court. John McNicholl rs Cautbrow and Wife, judgment by confession. decree of nale and foreclosure of mortgage James nearer ot. als vs. Eureka lake Co examination of plaintiff* witnesses resumed, plaintiffs submit to a non suit—judgment of nonsuit for defendant for c- sts. James Weaver v*. Eureka take Co., (24 suit) eight Ju rors empanneled—Venire ordered for eight jurors, return able 10 o'clock on Friday morning Attachment* were issued against Thos Davenport, J. L Williamson and Harry Cady, defaulting jurors. Friday, Juno 11th. Jamos Weaver et al-*. vs Eureka Lake Co., Venire rt turned and jury completed—witnesses examined and cause continued till 9 o’clock Saturday morning J. L. Williamson and Tbo* Davenport each fined coete ot attachment. Attachment issued again.nt Jobu Doe defaulting juror Sayikday, June 1'Jtb William Hannon, Michael Mea ' and Tims Drum admit ted to citizenship. James Weaver et al* vs. Eureka lake Co., plaintiffs evi dence closed, eause continued till Monday 10 o'clock, for examination of defendant* witnesses. Monday, June 14th James Weaver et. al*. v* Eureka lake Co., examination of defendants witnesses and opened in a verr brief and ap propriate arguincut by R B. Moyes to the Jury. Mullin k Cummins vs. Hartley et al* . referred to T. B. McFarland, to report amount due on note* and mortgage. McLeod vs. Jenkius Ac McCormick, extension of five days giveu defendants counsel in which to file statement, on motion for new trial. , People vs. Chan. R. Edwards et als., judgment for plaint iffs. in accordance with stipulation. TcW'DaT, June 16th. Jame* Weaver et. als. vs. Eureka take Co., examination of defendants’ witnesses resumed, and closed at 5 o’clock. Continued till Wednesday 9 o’clock, for argument of Coun eel. Venire for 24 Jurors, returnable Thursday morning 10 o’clock. Indian War. —We learn from the Globe, that prompt action is being taken by Gen. Clarke in regard to the Indian war. The disastrous in telligence from Col. Steptoe’s command was no sooner received, than orders were at ones trans mitted for the centering of troops at that point, and the prompt puniihnient of the Indians. Two companies have been ordered from San Bernardino, oue froai the Klamath, on# from Jones’ Port, and also the one under tho oom mand of Capt Keyes. Eight hundred regulars will be in the (Sold early in August. The Dipterexck.—In tbe San Francisco po lice court, on Tuesday tbe 8th inst., were cone forty persons charged with violating the Sun day law. The Call thua speaks of one of tbe cases: ‘‘Among them was a sickly-looking female, who, owing to ill health as she said, bad not been able to have her house open for several days. A vigilant guardian of the public safety swore, however, that at about the hour of uiue in the evening of Sunday, he saw her sell two cigars for two bits 1 She had no friends nor counsel, and was—convicted of course! This was the only conviction out of the whole lot. Served her right! for she was poor, sick, and had a reputation tattered and torn! What right bad she to sell only two cigars for two kits, at 9 o'clock on Sunday night ? If she had sold two thousand, she could have fe«d a law yer and—escaped punishment!” SPECIAL NOTICES. D*t Goods.— Steifcl & Cohn, No. 54 Broad utiwet bare just recaired the largest and moKt complex a*»ort raent of Dry Goods erer brought to this place, which they sell at reduced rates. jggp Wa would call attention to the Card of Dm. Van Zindt, of San KrancUco, who is treating Fye and Ear di seases with truly great success, since his return from abroad. Office in Wright’s Building, S. W. corner of Mont gomery and Jackson streets, where he may be consulted IS-3iu Dr* J • Cm* pfc«y .—We would direct the es pecial attention of invalid, to a perusal of Dr. L- J. I’r.ap bay's advertisement, 'o be found in another eolume of tbia paper, in order to piece the services of a learned and expe rienced physician within their reach. 1.0 much 111 has been Inflicted on the human family from the pernicious and ignorsnt practices of empirics, that it aeems as if we were filling a bouuden duty to make known where judicious re lief can be obtained. To those unfortunate enough to suf fer from the effects of sexual or private diseases, or their ill treatment, we cheerfully commend Dr. L. J. Ctapkay as a man of rare scientific and modieal acquirements, possess mg all tha requisite*, from long experience and acknowl edged skill, ft>r the successful practice of his profession — Having mada sexual camplalnts an especial study, lika the celebrated Record, of Paris, tie Is enabled to guarantee a speedy and permanent cure In all cases of private or chron ic disease. whether the effect* of contagion, self abuse, or loss of virility, and in order that patients at a distance may avail themselves of his advice, free consultation by latter is epen ta them The knowledge that we have of the numerous cures he has effected, some of which were of long standing leads us to place much faith In Dr. C’s. ef ficacy, and commend him to the coufidcnce of those in ill health. Dr. Csapkay's office is in Sacramento street, be low Montgomery, nearly opposite the Pacific Mail Steam ship Co's Office. San Francisco. COUlsrTY SCRIP, PURCHASED AT THE • Highest Market Kates, by J. C. BIRDSEYE & CO. Nevada, March 24th 1858.—25-tf RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT! One hnli Interest of the Omega Strain SAW MILL, for sale at a BARGAIN If The above Mill U situated at Omega, Nevada County. The Mill i* new having only been in operation since last October ; with the Mill is a half interest in 480 acre* of ex cellent Timber, two large American Team Horse*, Wagon, Harness, Stable Ac. The MILL turn* out on an average, five about thou sand feet of Lumber in twelve hour* — hIka, 500,000 foet of logs at the mill The Kngine is 12 horse poner, the Boiler lfi. There i.« market for the lumber a* fast as it can be sawed. Terms of Sale, one half Cash, and the balance in twelve mouths. The property is unincumbered. Lons voss. Omega. May 31*t, 1858.— M 2w W. E. CHILDS' & CO’S., Patent Elastic Fire and Water Proof ROOFING !! THIS Roofing claim* superiority over all other materi* ala in use in the following, and all other requisite* of a good Roof is, itsTerfect E and its Fire and Water proj»ertie* and its Cuequaled DURABILITY AND CHKAP1VBSH. As a Preservative of Metal it is incomparably superior to any other substance. protecting metal from rust or cor rosion by the action of the at luoaphere. One of Hie j*t enter*h for this Mate can bo aeon for a few day* at the Al ta Express Office, where further information can he ob tained and contract* entered into for the roofing At COVERT, MOORED A CO. At Welch’s Book Store. Nevada. June 8th, 1858—36 1f FOURTH OF JULY CELHBIHYTIOISr!! The Aaniversarv of our NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE, ILL be celebrated in an appropriate manner the bj W Sons of Temperance, at Alpha, Nevada County, Ob MONDAY. July 5th. (the fourth coming on Sunday) No pain* will be spared to make this one of the best enter tainments ever gotten up in the Mountains The Sons and others from a distance arc respectfully in vited to attend. Alpha. June 5th, 1858.—3f> td IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS!! NOTTICK IN HKKKIIY (ilVKS TO TIIE Traveling public that the Crossing on the Middle Yu ba, well and favorably known as the German Bar Toll Bridge, Will be a Free Bridge, on and after the 1st of I une, and no more TOLL charged for crossing after that date. Storekeeper*, lainier*. Proprietor* of Livery StabUm, and Fack Trains, will find it te their advantage by taking this Road between Woolley’s Moore’* and Urteaus lists, Snow Foint and Minnesota. 17“ Both Bridge and Trail are In good order. JOHNSON k MILLER Middle Yuba May 14th 18r ; «— 35 3w MINING CLAIMS FOR SALE!! TIIE I'HDKRKIGKEU OKKEHS Por *»l* the Hydraulic Mining Claim*, known as the JEFFER SON HILL CLAIMS. situated on Jefferson Hill, (about half a mile from Gold Hill.) In Nevada County. Connected with the claims, aro Two Humes, Reservoirs, Derrick, Hy d ran lie Hose, Two Fipe*. Tools, Ac., for carrying on the work. Also, Ditches to convey jrater to the Diggings. The Claims are well opened, abd for aeveral months past have been paying from Six to Twenty dollars a day to the hand. The above projerty will be sold at a bargain, as the pro prietor is desirous of returning to the Eastern States 77- For further particulars, inquire of HENRY PHIL LIP6. at Nevada, or of W K. GORTFXYOC, at Jefferson Hill. June 1st, 1858.—35-4w __ BOOT & SHOE STORE ! OK COM9IERCIAI. STREET, (Kelrey’* Brick Building. Commercial etreet.) THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING PURCHASED AN EN tirely new Sleek or BOOTS, SHOES, BRO <; A VS, RIHHKHB, lie. kc.. co.eieting ofevery r* riety neceeearr to make up a First Class Boot and Shoe Store !! Beg* tear, to inform the public generally that 1m will *ell on th. moil farorabl* terra* po.iible. i< he bar made naceuarr arrangement" to receire Dew auppliea weekly, be e«p«et« to b* able at all time" to furni.h hi* cu«»omer« with the beat and mmt faabiooable article* to b« found in thia or any other market. Boot*and Shoea maja and repaired to order iff- All work coming from this ahop, giving way with out doing reawroablt amount of aerrice, will bo mended Fra of Chary J S. MAYERS. Nerada. April 17. 1*A7.—29-tf BOOTS & SHOES! The Old Stand, earner of Commercial if Mam afa. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED THE EN tire interest of S. MAYERS in the above establishment would respectfully inform the citizens of Nevada and sur* rounding country, that they intend to keep a large assort ment of • BOOTS, AND ALL KINDS 4 VARIETIES OF SIIPE8, which, as they have made arrangements to get their stock direct firm) the best manufactories of KEW FORK, BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA, they will be able to sell a* CHKAF a* they can be sold at any other eatablifthxnent in the State A large assorroent of LAMES’, MISSES and CHILDREN’S SHOES, constantly on hand. A continuance of the liberal patronage from their Conner patroosfand the public ia*respectfuliy solicited. P. J. BSFENSCHEID, WILLIAM R. m F. Nevada April lit, BOOK STORES GEO. W. WELCH, DEALER 15 Books, Music, Gold Pens, Cutlery, Fancy Articles, And all kinds of Blank Book*, Printing l’aper. Printing Cards, Card Board*, Plain Cap, and Latter Paper, Fane; Note, Envelopes, Ac. Ac. at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- Sheet Music, Music Books. Instructors and all kinds of Musical Instruments, A OiroulAting Ijibrary Of Choice selections and an endless variety of CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, Atlantic Paper*, Magaeines, and New Publications re ceived by every Steamer. Steamer Papers for Mailing, Postage Free. Also, Agent for AsXjTA. ! Running daily to .Sacramento and San Francisco, con necting with Freeman A Co’s Atlantic Express. Pioneer Book and News Depot, Main Mrect, Nevada. January 1st 1858.—14-lf BOOKS, BOOKS for the MILLION !! O’. B. BCAMrilN, No. 53 Broad Stmt, Corner Pin*. HAS Jl'ST RECEIVED THE LARGEST AND BEST As sorted Stock of Book*, and Stationery, Muatral Instruments, CUTLERY, GOLD PENS, FANCY GOODS, TOYS, *C. AC., aver Brought to the city of Nevada, which will be sold at Wholo»/vlo db Xlotnil, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST, My Stock consists in part of a good asssortmeut of Iaw, Medical, Historical, Poetical. Miccllar.eous, Masonic Works, Catholic Piety and School Books of every variety. Any quantity of Gin Books, Christina* Pres ent*, Valentine*, Air, for the Ilolldny*. New ami improved lllarlrs, and Iknlly Journal*, for 1858. A variety of sizes for the pocket and Counting Room CHEAP PCBT,IC ATIONR, A circulating Library of 1,000 volumns new. and in good order, and 1 am constantly receiving the latest and moat desirable works published, direct from New York and I’hll adelpliia. Magazines, Periodicals, Newspapers, kc from all parts of the (ilobf. Steamer Taper* and California week lie*, neatly put up fpr mailing—Pontage Free. It i» useles* for me to trv to enumerate the endless vari tv of everything. And I will say 1 have as good an assort ment a* can be found this aide of Son Francisco. Persons wishing any tiring in my line of business will gave tuouey by calliug upon me, before purchasing else where. Oaar Motto la We Strive to nleaae. J. F,. IIUIUY. 11 tf HOTELS. NATIONAL EXCHANGE. No 34 Broad Street, Nevada. THE undersigned late proprietor* of the Uxttxd State* Hotel, having leas'd Blcknell’s Illock and hand aoniriv fitted it up throughout, are now prepared to accom modate permanent and transient Bonnier*, in a sty Is un surpassed in the State. The Tabla will at all time* bo supplied with all the va Duties the market afford*. The Be«le and Furniture are all new and for style and comfort, cannot bo excelled. ('articular attention will be paid to the accommodation of IjOfllcM and Families. Having had long experience in the business, we are con lidmt of being able to make tlie NATIONAL, one ef the most desirable Hotels in the mountain*. This Block ia substantially built of Brick, and withstood the late disastrous fire—the rooms are airy and well finished, end from the Hu Icon itis you have a splendid view of the surrounding country. OPEX ALL X JO NT *V8 Tlie Bar will be under the supervision of Mr IWOMAH HENRY, and will at all times be supplied with L e choicest WINES, LIQUORS and HOARS. PEARSON k HI.ALY, Proprietors. Nevada, Aug. 20, 1850. 4fi tf t. ellard beans & co., Kidd & Knox’s B ick—52 Broad Street. •differ at Orcatly Reduced Prices— lAfl K WSR ASSORTED NAll-S ; |\JvJ 200 R)»es of Candles ; 25 Bag* of Rio and Java ; 60 Ca*es of Assorted Pie Fruits ; 80 Kegs 8. F. and K B. Syrup ; 2ft Boxes of Raisins ; 60 Kegs of Butter ; 50 Hag* California Beans ; 60 Boxes Illll’s and Coign tee Soap ; With a Jorge and fomplete assortment of all kind of Goods In our line of business. Consisting in part of Flour, Potatoes, Pork. Bacon. Hams, Mackerel, Salt Salmon, California Cheese. Coflsb, Ranch Butter, Crackers, *'ickles. Celebrated Curious Tea and the finest assortment of Can and Shelf Goode — EVER imoLOHT TO NEVADA — WII*T1SS cto LIQUOIIS, We wouW .l«o inform our friend* and the public th .t we have added to our large Stock ac..mplete .aaaortment of Wine* and Liquor*,eooaiatiug of SanMvaln’l Sparkling Angelic, While California Wine, Claret, Bnnteme, Ginger W ine, Gam, Hnapberry Peppermint, anil Lemon Syrup, Hostetler*. linkers, and NIoiiRltlon Kill* ra, W'OI.FK’S A HUM A TIC SCHNAPPS, die. ALE AND PORTER, *w York, fine mixed, and Old Dock Brandy, Whisky, Gin, ;ierrv and Port Wine. We call attention to the above Ptock. ur Motto is Small Profits & Ready Pay. Good* Delivered Free of Charge. T. EI.I.AIID BEAKS it CO. Nevada June 1st. 166%.—36 tf H BROAD STREET DRUG STORE. H. WICKER *fk CO., (Succour* to W. . AIJJAN’,) Wholesale and Retail Dealer* In _ f LI' k al Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye Xtuffi, Paints, Turpentine, Whit* Ijead, Bed Istad, Lilhargee, Brink*s, Alcohol, Starch, Pearl Brandy, Tbpioca, Can-try Seed, Linseed Oil, Coped Varnish, Japan Varnish , Coach Varnish, Dansar Varnish, Putty Zinc Paint. Porcelain While, Port Wine Sherry Wine, Madeira Wine, Pine Brandy, Holland Gin, Window Glass, Lard Oil. Sperm 00, Polar (HI, fY sh Oil , Castor (HI, Seats Foot Oil, Patent Medicines, Perf umcry, Cooking Extracts, Apices, May Mum, Sarsaparilla, Webber's Cordial, Cherry Pectoral, Wutaj's Balsam Together with a general and complete assortment of all articles in our line which will be sold at prices as low as they can be afforded in the mountains. Physicians prescriptions carefully compounded. ' DB H. II. WICKER It CO. Corner of Broad and Pine streets. Nevada June 24th. I860 -42-tf Nevada Iron and Brass Foundry. — AND — VTACIIIjN 35 BITOT*! H AVIXG established ourselves in the above business we are now prepared to do all kind* of CASTING with neatness and despatch. We have tool* superior to thosa of sny other Foundry in the Mountains, and pattern* for all kinds of 8aw mill and Quartz mill Machinery, Pumps, and Car Wheel* from 8 to 1ft inches in diameter. Iron Fronts for Brick Buildings, Balcony uad Awning Posts, Ac. W# will also build STEAM ENGINES of all kinds, from 8 to 40 horse power. We have now on hand an 8 or 10 horse pow er Engine, just completed, which we will sell as cheap as can be sold in the State. Everything Is New, 4i Warranted Perfect I Having THREE LARGE LATHES in running order, we can fill orders quicker than anv other shop in the mountains. Any one wanting work done will do well to call and ex amine our extensive lot of PATTERNS. All Orders Punctually AUtnded to* T. J. WILLIAMS, l). THOM. 28-tf—3m* Proprietors. BAILEY GATZERT, DEALER IN * GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS!! Brlrk Ba|ldliig—Commrrrlal St., Nevada. Having purchased the entire stock in trade of J. S. Iandeker, 1 am ready to aupply Miner*, Fam ine. and other* with all article* in mjr line, on tbe moot reasonable term*. Always on hand the beet quality of SUGAR, C-OFFE®, TEA, RICE, SYRUP, FLOUR, BITTER, HAMS, BACON, LAUD. CANDLES .W* . die. Which will be *old at aa low rate* a* ran be afforded, ror Cash Only* t&r Miner*’ orders filled promptly, and to tbs satisfac tion of parties purchasing. Goods dellvereel FREE OF CHARGE. BAILEY GATTERT DRY GOODS & CLOHTING. ASTONISHING! ASTONISHING!!! STIEFEL & COHEN, Have jvst reckvkd a large and elegant stock of Staple and FAHCYB&Y GQ90S, Which will be sold at astonishing ZiO W FRIOBSt Call and satisfy yourselves. STIEFEL df COHEN. Nevada, May Ttb, 1868 —32-tf NOTI C eTF WE HAVE OPENED OCR CLOTHING STORE, IN HR. HUNT'S BRICK, FIRST DOOR ABOVE POST OFFICE. A. BLOCK & CO. Nevada May 24th 1808 —34-tf J. B. NEWMAN & CO., No. 45 Broad St., near Post Office. Wholesale and Retail Pealers in CLOTHING, GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, &C. &C &C., Hare in Store, a rery large Stock of Seasonable end Desirable SPRING GOODS, IT TO BE SOLD CHEAP. -f| J. B. NEWMAN & CO. Nevada, May 24th 1868.—34-tf DRY GOODS. JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, Hy THE Steamer* Sonora nnd John L. Stephens, at the Pioneer Dry Goods Store, Main st., the largest and most complete assortment of Pity GOODS, for the Spring and Summer trade, ever brought to Nevada The Goods are all of the best quality, and were .elected expressly for the Nevada Market. We invito the attention of the ladies to our stock of Plain, Plaid and White Goods, Mantlllaa, Chlmlsctle* and Under Sleeves, Collars, Dress Silks, l.aeea, Kilglnga, Rlbbona, Insert Inga, Flowers, Shawls Gloves, If ooalrry, Ureas Trimmings, Linen Goods, die., ALL OF THE LATEST STYLES, AND SOLD AT III1IJTJOIJD XI A TBS. JACOB ROSENTHAL. Nevada, April 6th, 1858.—27-tf Latest Styles of Spring & Summer HATS <fc CAPS!! (ECEIVEH BY SOL. KOHLMAN, Corner Ilroad Jk Pine Sin., Yrvucln. rpHOSK IN want of hats, that will fit easy 1 to the hood, can find them at my Store, which fi r quality, cannot l»e excelled if equalled. nf Hat* are ths lightest that are mode The style has the most unique appearance of anything yet offered in thin place, and those wishing any Style IIrIm either in COLOR, SHARK, or QUALITY, can be suited by calling at SOI.. KOHLMAIN'S, Cerner of Broad and Hue streets, Nevada. SPRING CLOTHING'.! SOI.. KOIII.MAN, HAS JUST RECEIVED THE LA test Style of Spring Clotlilng, And ia reedy to sell at moderate prices—Corner of Broad and Hne streets, Nevada. Nevada March «d. IkftH.—'Ofi-tf J. S. WALL & CO. DEALERS IN GUOrRRIRS AIR PROVISIONS, Miner's Supplies, Preserved Fruits, Liquor*, Ae. No. 55 Broad Street, Nevada * HAVING completed our new fire proof building, we are now receiving the largest Stock of Goods ever brought to this plaee. Having plenty of room, and being secure against lire, it ia our intention to keep on band at ail tiinea a full assortment of all article* to be found in similar estab lishment*. which will be aold to Miners and Families On tlie most Hrnsoiioblr Term*. Our Stock consists in part of the following asskortment of Fainilv Groceries. Ac. 500 Qr. tracks Hour; 10,000 Lbs. Potatoes; 8,000 Lbs. llama; 5,000 Lbs Goshen butter With a complete stock of S,000 I %*. 9. 0. Hams, 100 Bibs. Flour, 8,000 Lbs. Hide Bacon ; 1,000 Lbs, laird; WAR. COFFEE. TKA, RICK, vt I hi a com jiiCn bum.a i * * ■ #*» / •* TOBACCO, FRESH FRUITS, HARDWARE, QUFKNSWAKE, ( Ac. Ac GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CJIARGF. -fc* We invite the attention of Country Dealers to our large stock of Goods. As we have unusual facilities for purchas ing, we are «m4hiet|t that we can soil on such terms as will make it to their advantage to trade with us instead «f going below for their supplies, September 10. 1850—tf. WAIL A CO., Broad .Street. GREGORY & WICKES (Successor* to Gregory A Sparks.) OKA I.KKM IN — G ROCIIIt IES AND PROVISIONS, Prr.ervcd Frail., Mining Tool*, Am. Store on Cor. Main* Washington 8t«. WOULD solicit the continued patronage of the friend* of the old firm, and invite all to give them ft call They will constantly keep a WELL SELECTED STOCK of e*ery thing in tbeir hne, which will be sold FOR CASH, at LOWEST MARKET KATKN. Goods delivered FRFE OF CHARGE, at any reasonable distance from town. Nevada April 6th 1858.—'27 tf UNITED STATES BAKERY ! ! Pine first Door below Kidd A Knox’s Brick Store. rpiIKC UNDERSIGNED HAVING* PURCHASED JL the interest of his late partner. Mr. LEiTERT, in the above well known BAKERY, will hereafte ry on the business on his own account, and is prejiared to furnish his old customers, and all who mav favor him with a call, , with all articles in his line at prices to suit the times BOSTON BROWN BREAD AND GRAHAM BREAD of a very superior quality, constantly on hand; also, Pratt, Lemon, Pound and Bponge Cuke. Wedding Parlies. Families and Restaurants supplied with every variety of Bread and Pastry usually found in New York Bakeries, at wholesale prices. A good assortment of PIE FRUITS. JAMS, JEIXIES, FIGS. PRUNES, TAMARINDS STRAWBERRIES. Ac J»-FRESH IXiGS and CHEESE constantly on hand. 1 tf WEN DELI N DRK1FOS8. Nevada Dec. 81st. 1857. CROCKERY STOKE! Brick Building, Main Street, Nevada. «TIIIS rnpER8I»KED HAVING HE njoved to Commercial street, would rewpectfullv in rite the citizens of Nevada and vicinity to his large Stock, comprising every article in the above line, Looking Glasses, Lamp*, Table Catlery, Tea anti Table Spoons, sub stantial article, suitable for Miners. Having bought my goods for cash. I am able to sell, and will aell them at only the extra charge of freight, above Sacramento Prices. Families and Hotel» supplied at Low Rates. A large and Splendid asssortment of White Porcelain Ware, Decanters, Tumbler*, China Tea Seta, Goblets, Wina Glasses, Candle-ticks, Iutmps, Lamp Chimneys, Table Castors, Lamp Globes Ac. And in fact every article in my line, either for use or orna ment, to be found in any store in the State. A3* Particular attention paid to those who may favsr ms with orders from tiie country. 8. W. Me ABE E, Brick Store, Main Street, Opposite Mulford'e Banking House. Nevada Mav 3d lR.SH — 31 -tf NEVADA RIPLES--ATTENTION. YOU Are Commanded to meet at your Ar mory nn 8ATUR1.AY next, at two o'elock, P. M. in fatigue (ire**, for tbe purport of field drill. By o.der of Berra Fuoraaxrn, Captaiu. J. B VAN HAGAN, Orderly Sergeant. SAN FRANCISCO. F. BROWN, 00 BATTERY STREET. Ban Fr*nclaoo. IMPORTER OF INDIAN BEADS, GUNS, PISTOLS, PLATED WARE, POCKET AND TABLE CtTLERT, Combs, Brushes. Gold Seales, and a general assortment of FANCY GOODS. Mar 18th 1867.—33-lm J. REO^lJST’S Steam Refined Candy Manufactory, NO. 33 MONTGOMERY STREET, Between Bush And Sutter Strccta, Sen Francisco. Poets sing of the spicier in Indian Isle#, Of the citron, the orange end lime ; They sing of the 1'ragrance so lavish diffus’d, By the breeze in each tropical clime. Let the epicure boast of each high-flxvor’d dish, The flavor of wines or French braudy. Yet none of the Bet named above can compare With J Regan’s “Steam KeOud C%ndy.” Rich spices and fruits and sweet Sewers may be good, Or dishes fbr epicures dainty; But the question in this I will not debate, Yet each have admirers in plenty. Withal, there are none of them half ao well prisad, From the aweet prattling child to the dandy, As that sweetest of ftcwfe, everywhere idolised— I mean Regan’s “Steam Iteflne’d Candy. M “Regan” was first, on the Pacific Coast, Who made confections—the fact in known well; Tho * Mwas seven years since, he continues it still, And sells by wholesale and retail. lie is selling his stock at such reduced rates. That purchasers are always handy. And they find each variety known to the trade, Among J. Regan’s “Steam Refin’d Candy.” Here’s an hundred varieties that need net be nam'd And being made by the new improved process; lie can sell his goods cheaper than nny other man, For parties, to families or grocers. Of French candies nou>. his assortment is large, And buyers will find it most handy, To call or send for their holiday stock right away. OfJ. Regan's “Steam Refin’d Candy.” [fi-tf i* v 100 100 1EAD LIAO =*> •• &&E3 IFSLSSS5T^rit3(g.O. —UiruKTWU l» PAINTS, OII.S. VARNISHES, WINDOW GLASS. COLORS, GLUES, BRONZES, SILVER A GOLD LEAF, J*>. Fan EraociACn. Fab. 1868,—22-1 y. LEGAL NOTICES. SIIKRIFF’S SALK —By virtue of a Deere* and Order of Sale to m* directed, and issued out of the Hon District Court of the 14th Judicial District. in end fjr Nevada county And State of ( alifornia. on a judgment ren dered in Raid Court on the 8th day of June 1868, in favor .!, I! WENT WORTH, and a gain'd ZEN AN WHEELER, JAR. WAI.SH and RICHARD HOMFRAY, for the sum of nix hun dred and ninety four dollars and twent y six rente, togeth er with lawful interest on the aaid ah m of $1104,20, from the 19th day of October a. i>. 1R57 until paid, together with cost** of auit tHxrd at $16.16 : Also a judgment in favor of JOHN T. MANTKK and against the above name*! defendants, for the sum of lour hundred and seventy seven dollars and eighty eight cents, with interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent poi annum from the 21st day of November 1867 until paid, and cost* of auit taxed at $2 IQ- Also another certain judgment rendered in favor o! (’HAS. U’Cl. and against said defendants, U>y the mm of Uve hun dred and fifty dollars with interest thereon at the rate of ten percent per annum from tho 21st day of November 1857 until paid, also for the further auni ot seven hundred dollars, with interest thereon at the rate of tan par cent per annum from the 1st day of May 1867 till paid, together costs of suit taxed at $2,16 : for the eale of the following describe**! property to wit- The Quarts Mill at Mud Flat, In Nevada township, and county. Netice is hereby given, that I will expos# to puhlie sale to the highest bidder for cash, nil the above described prop erty, in front of the Court House door, in the city of Ne vada. on TUESDAY, the 20th day ot June, A. D. 1868, between tho hours of 10 o’clock A. M. and 4 o’clock I*. M., to satisfy and pay said judgment. Given under my hand this the '8th «l«v of June, 1868, 8. W. UOJti.VO, sheriff 36-td Nevada Countv. SIIKRIFF’M NAVefeK.f—lt> virtue pf m Ej ecution to me directed, issued from the Hon. District Court of the 6th Judicial District, in and lor the County of Sacramento and State of California . on a judgment rend* r ed in said Court on the 9th day o! July A. ft. I860, in fa vor ofWM. McKl ROY arjd S. l’FI KitSON, and against JOSHUA HARDING, for the sum of three hundred and two dollars and lifty seven cents, debt, with interoat on the said Au in of $302,67 from the 9th day of July 1856 at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the rendition ef judgment until paid. together with $15,83 costs of suit : I have lov et»d upon and seized the I*.Mowing described property to wit ; All the right, title and Interest of the within named defendant, of in and to a certain ranch umt improvements, and all the appurtenance* thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining ; also a dwelling houae shunted on the described ranch, about three mile, from the town cf Grasa Valfoy. near the Ohio Saw Mill and known as the Ashville Ranch; aim the growing crops, standing thereon, consist Ing of Ilarley. Oats, and Hay. Notice is hereby given that I will expose at public sala the above described property, in front of the Court House door in the City of Nevada, to the highest bidder for cash, on TUESDAY the 29th day ot Jane A I). 1868, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M, and i o'clock I’. M. to satisfy and pay said judgment. Given under ruy hand this Rth dry of June 1858. 8. W. HOMING. Mieriff N. C. $6 td By Fr. Hi khki i., Deputy. SHERIFF’** H thE-lty virtue of a Decree and order of sale to me diiected and issued out of the Hon. District Court of the 14th Judical District in and fbr Nevada county and State of (alifornia, on a judgrneut ren dered in said Court on the 16th day of May A D. 1868. In favor of IjORKNZO HANER and against M X ROSENHEIM for the sum of three hundred end seventy two dollars, principal debt, together with interest on the said sum of $372. at the rato of ten per rent per annum froqa the ran dition of judgment until paid, together with all costs of suit taxed at $68,55 for the snle of the following des'-iibed property t« wit : That properiv lying apj it ring in Hum bug City, or as sometime* called DlaoipfivUl. "tate and C’oujity aforesaid being a two story (rsm* building about tweuty four feet front, and one hund*e<ft feet or thereabout* deep, with three story portico, together with the lot of land on which the same in erec »*1 L* ,»ff on thf wevt side of Main street, about t.ili ty fee front, and one hundred feet back, bounded on the mu, west eirte by the lot occu pied by behalf as a provision store, for Grocery store) and on the northwest by the Livery Mable kuewua* frank John’s with appurtenances. Notice is hereby given that I will expose at public salt to the highest bidder for cash in front of the Court House door in tfie city of Nevada, all the above described proper tv on TUESDA Y the 22d day of June A. d. 1858. between the hours of 10 o’clock a. u and 4 o’clock r. u. to satiety and pay said judgment. Given under my hand this 1st dnv of June, 1868. 35 td ' 8. W. UOIUNG. Sheriff N. C. Road noticf._-noticfc is hereby given that the undersigned wi|| apply to the Board of Supervisors of Nevada County, for a rum-wul of Licrn e to keep and charge toll an tpe Hoad known *« the i ET HILL TOLL KQAD, in aftid County and State ol California, on the first Monday in August, 1658, or a* souq thereat er as a bearing can he had Nevada, June 6tb 1858.—36-4w JACOn HYATT. MASONIC DIRECTORY. Nevada Royal Arch ClinpH r No. 6, meets every Monday evening, at Masonic Hall, Nevada. Visiting Companions are respectfully invited to attfpd. T. H. CASWELL, M E II. P. J. F. Rcdoltr, See’y. K. K. Kane Y.rf>dgr, Nq. 7», K A M. holda its meetings every Wednesday eve lingr. at Masonic Hall, Nevada. Stated meetings are held on the first Wednesday evening of each month : T. n. ROLFE, W- M. C. C. Qin.*, Pec’y. Nevada Lorlgr, No. 13, F A A M. holds lie meetings on Saturday evening of each week, at Masopi? Hall, Nevada. Stated meetings on the second Saturday of racb month. T. P. HAWLEY, W. it. J. F. Rcdoltr, Sec y. Dibble I«odge, No. 100, F. k A. M., holds its meet ings every Monday evening. *»t Alpha, Nevada county. Stated meetings, Monday of or ne$t prv-cecding full moon. W W. IV1 XU if, W. M. Calvin Hall, Sec ? y. Rough and Ready Lodge, No. 53, F. •»•<* -*• M. meets at Masonic Hall. Rough & R**adv, every Satur day eveuiug. Stated meetings, Saturday of or next prece ding full moon. E- W. KOBERTs, W. M. Wm. CooMUd, Sec’y. Quitman Lodge, No. 88, F. efc A. M., &ui«mim ■ jvw a v f *•— * ~ - .. . mee^ ry Saturday evening, at Orleans Flat, Nevada ted meeting*, third fciaturday of each month^ S 3. 14*1 1 r7> A. ftieicirr, SeeroUrf.