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CROCKERY STORE, Washington Street , Sun Francisco. J.« . UriiiVN A Co., WHOLESALE nnd Hetnil Dealer in ” Cro kery, Ola*« ware, Lamps', Chamk-! lur« anti Cutlery, from she best manufactories in Kllrape and llm Atlantic State*. BUSI N ESS DIR E CTO KV, COMMERCIAL ST. .S'AN FRANCISCO. WASHINGTON COFFEE HOUSE— .u.nlnme Pairot ,v Co, M-3m ("OTV HATH <t)- Hair-dre'-mp .Saloon. J Commercial st„ between Kearney and Montgomery. .lonrdnln <v Edward*. - 54 m DUrfE iIUESE —Y/estaurant—one clime a glass, undone dime a plate.—Head of Long Wharf. 54-m DOW d* CO. Auction and Commission merchants, Commercial st., near .Sun* some. 54 *3 in \ C. WOKUELL, Dealer in fruits, Com jTl.# mercial st, between *San»ome and Bat tery. Also, Sacramento city, 2d st., near Orleans Hotel. * 54 3m KENNETH MACLEA.—2ono half and . (jr sacks flour, Central Wharf. 54 2m MKC//AN ICS t v TRADERS HOI si:, corner of Long Wharf and Battery st. Hoard and Lodging. 54-iu Uf In NS fountain ileau aucum i anuy Manufactory, Long Wharf, between Sansorr.c and Buttery. 54-rn I | BONHOMME £ CO. Hair Dressers J • Commercial Bt, south side. 56 m RECEIVED ex ship Walter It. Jones— -50 Hth casks sup’r grape juice port wine; 150 do do do do do do; UK) <lo do Olard, Dupuy & go’s brandy; 40 do do A Slcgnetto do; 50 do do Hennessey do *2O do do i J Dupuy do 50 do do sweet port wine; 20 bbls Holland gin; do New York brandy; 20 do pure spirits, (high proof); 50 do N E rum; 10 do peppermint cordials; 20 do cherry brandy; 50 do superior Carolina rice; 500 small boxes tobacco, 14 to 13 lbs each; 50 A/ regalia cigars, Sultana brand, 50 A/ do do La Seviliana brand; 50 M cigars. La Polka brand; 20 half cheats extra lino Y H tea; 150 6lb boxes do do do; 100 13 lb do do do do; 200 boxes superior sperm candles, 4s and 6s 50 bbls old Mnnongoheia whiskey, Now landing and for sale low, by BLOSSOM & OGDON, cor Front and Washington sts., 55-lm SaniKranoisoo* Slvii m Engines ft quart's. ehinety—Goo. (Jordon & Steen having one of tlie most extensive foundry und ma ohino works on the Vuciflc, are prepared to manufacture mining machinery on the must approved principles. Steam engines on sale ; boilers made to order Crushing mills, square, circular and rotary stampers; arraatres and amalgamators. Machinery nianfacturcd in New York and imported to order—or made with dispatch at our wort s here. Parties having well de-1 velopcd mining claims, can bo introduced to j capitalists who will subscribe part of the cost of the machinery. GEO. GORDON & STEEN, Vulcan Foundry and Iron Works, Ist st. San Francisco. Office in New York, 165, 3d Avenue. BEANKET8 — Of various stylos, for sale by manufacturers' agents, H. F. CUTTER k CO. Pacific, bet. Sunsumo and Battery sts. San Frnnci 'co. U. . , o.» aunt to send home oy m-xt mi inn er a “bocvsnik” to soma dear friend! call and examine our new designs in rings, pins, lockets, bracelets, etc , exquisitely fash-1 ioned, from California gold. l)o yon want a superior watch to ensure punctuality in your engagements'! buy one of mir best English lever movements, in gold or silver eases, guaranteed not to vary more than j a minute per month. BARRETT & SHERWOOD, I'ity Observatory, CDy st. one door above Montgomery. N. B.—Just received, some magnificent diamond bracelets, pins, enamelled watches set with brilliants, etc , to bo sold low for cash. (M-lin By W. W. Backus Auctioneer, [I.A I'E OF THE FIRM OF FI A ('K ITS, DAVIS & CO. ] At new saJofc-roum, oor. Washington and ban some up stain*. Regular sale days Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 54-1 m Thos Nelson, Blacksmith. California street, Uctween Montgomery and Kearney. PICKS, sledges and hammers, wholesale and retail. All kinds of mining tools made to order. Horse shoes und horse sails bought and sold. 54-lm Cargo of Ship Ceres. nAAS STREVEII, Ransoms street, above Pacific, oiler for rale the assorted , cargo of shin t eres, from Bremen, consisting j in part of hardware, glassware, cutlery, cloih-1 ing. provisions, cigars, wines.brnndles,pins, etc. Franoisoo, October, 1951. 54-lm | Mining * marine foundry^.j«t j street beyond Mission, San Francisco. I The undersigned hrving purchased the Ma chine Shop and Foundry Implements Impor ted by B. 11- Buokelew, (tho most extensive in California) are prepared to construct Quarts A/aohinery, Rotary Crushing Mills. Steam Engines, Boilers, and every description of mill and machine work und eastings. Machinery ordered out from the United States and England. Parties having eligible mining claims can be introduced to capitalists desirous to i in and furnish machinety. GORDO.Vjj- Co., Engineers, 7bwn office, Pine 66J m. street near Buttery BURGESS, GILBERT & STILL Booksellers and Stationers, and whole sale ami retail agents for Foreign and Ame rican newspapers, magazines, etc., Ports mouth square, San Francisco. 56-1 m J. B. Clements, DKVGOI&T AM) cHEMJST. and retail dealer in Drugs and Me icines, corner Montgomery and California streets, San Francisco. N. B. Country dealers supplied on the mo liberal terms. 54-lm Mechanics’ Exchange, Corner of Pacific and Kearney streets, t San Francisco. Boarding ami lodging bv Ml 1m JOHN BURGENHAUSER. EGERY & HINCKLEY, manufacturers of Mill. .Steam Engine and Quartz Pulv erizing -Machinery, and Iron castings of every description. First st., (between Mission unit Howard) .Van Francisco, Sign of the Pacific Iron Foundry, nooG Ini Rills of Exchange on New York, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Louisville, Cincinnati, Pittsburg. Boston, ,S’l. Louie. The undersigned having made ar rangements fur transacting a general exchange business, are now prepared to make remittances to any part of the United states or London, with PERFECT SAFL. I V, bills of Exchange, sold on as favorable terms as any o:her responsible house. Packages and Letters forwarded to the I . [states by the most speedy and safe conveyance. Having n little room left in our large Salamander safe, we will continue to receive treasure on deposit. We draw on I'ago iN bacon, St Louis, Atlantic bank, boston, Louisiana State bank. N Orleans, American Exchange bank. Now York. Philadelphia bank, Philadelphia T S Goodman & Co, Cincinnati, Hutchings & Co, Louisville, S Jones & Co, Pittsburg. DAVIS K HIRST. Nevada City, Oct. 28th 1851. N. b. Our drafts are HONORED and CASHED by Messrs Pago & bacon of St. Louis, or any of their houses in the H. States. We draw in connection with Messrs Pago bacon & Co. of San Fran cisco who are known to do the largest exchange business of any bouse in Cali fornia. D. & H. TELEGRAPH LINE. THROUGH IN ELEVEN HOURS. \e\mlacity, Grata Valley, Hough and Heady, Johnson s fianr.h Marysville, nicoluus and Sacramento city. Daily Line of Stages. Qn and nfit-i- .11 ivhav. ,/une 16th, 1851, the aboic lino will ,-unas follows: I..’living Nevada Hotel, Nevada city, every "Joining at 7 o’clock, a. m , passing'through - .' r ' 18 * Vn'/cy, Rough and Kcmly, Johnson's i Kiinch and Nicolaus, arriving at Sue rumen 10 u ty, at 6 o’clock, p. m. Returning, will leave tire Crescent City ■ ■"lei, Sacrrmento city, every morning at j I u clock, a. m., passing through the above places, arriving at Nevada oily at 6 o’clock, p.m. ! Passengers from A/arysville pun take the "tuge at \ichalaus for Nevada city, every day at 10 o’clock. • } F'or scats and further information, inquire of I Mr..). T. French, Nevada Hotel, Nevada city ; Montgomery and Johnson, United Stales Hotel, Marysville, Hell House, viehidaua; Gyrus Hoyt, Auction Saloon, Front Street, or I J. blroh. Orescent city Hotel, Sacramento city, ' N.n. Passengers booking their names at the office tho night previous will lie culled up in i time for do- stage in the morning *»* All Express business promptly attended j s. K. This Line will run on Sundays. .IAMK.V 111 10’//, Proprittor _oA. D. I»6v<;i:— \onh oust corn-i yj/ cr J ami 3d sts Sacramento, whole- Cl sale and retail dealer in drugs, med icines, paints, oils, perfumery, etc., constant ly on hand a large stock of lamp oil and al cohol-, also, a general assortment of patent medicines. Physicians' proscriptions care fully prepared by day or night. ()rdcrs from the country will meet with prompt attention and great care observed in packing. Pure wines and liquors for medical purposes al l’ll K subscriber most respectfully informs those visiting Auburn and vicinity, and the public in general, that he has just completed that large building, expressly erected as a Ho tel, in Auburn. Caro will be taken by the La dles of the House, that the Table will he kept neatly and well supplied. 1 return my thanks to my friends lor in ir past patronage at the old stand—of which 1 have converted the en tire building into a store, where Miners and Tra dor* will find a constant and general as sortment of Goods (or sale low, fur the Dual. Auburn .I line 18 bin Win C JWVNN. mi LATA VKGETAPLL A/ARKKT.— ITI The undersigned bus just opened a mar ket at the old stand of Crawford 4* Dunn, main street, where he will keep constantly on hand all kinds of fresh meals, sausages, fresh eggs, (reshnnd salt fish, fresh butler, and every va riety of vegetables that can be procured in this country. HAMK in abundance arsoon at the season will permit. ways on hand. 49-1 m The National Hotel. AT AUIiUKN. Oct. • 9, 4S-tf T, HOLMES. GREGORY’S At lantic and Pacific Express, George E. Clarke, agent at Nevada City. This Express has no conncetion with any other concern, and persons doing hnsinrsr with this Line can he assured that whatevc they entrust to its management at either o its Offices, will reach its destination witho o passing through other hands, or meeting with delay. Special Messengers in charge of Ex press Matter for this Line, are dispatched hy every Steamer leaving New York and San Francisco. Gold Dust, Packages and parcels of every description, and Letters forwarded to all parts of the United States, Canada, Europe, Ore gon, and the Sandwich Islands. Gold Dust, and other Valuable Parcels insured through under Policies in Insurance companies in New York. Offices. Agents. Sew York, messrs. Thompson 4* Hitchcock. Panama, Jinn Runnels If Co, Jrmidad , Clifford If Linsley. Marysville, E. Runni/I. Scw Orleans, II If Higgins. Mitchell If Hutchins. Rick el son If Co. (•' E, Claikc. John If, Hart. 11. G. It ilhctins. _ G. E, Clarke. Money received on deposite in a fire proof sale, at the lowest rates. Drafts for sale on New York and New Or leans, in sums to suit. Principal Office, 280, Montgomery st., San- Francisco. J. W. GREGORY, Proprietor and Manager. GEORGE E.CIsAHKE,Agent at Sevae (la < 'ihj, Office on .Main Street, corner of Pint N, B. A Messenger will leave This Offie in season to connect at the Central Office at San Francisco with the Special Agents, go | ing directly through to New York and New j< 'rlcans, by the first Steamship. i Honolulu, S. I I Portland, Ore. Nevada City, I Liverpool, i Monterey, Cal., \ Sac. City, Auction & Commission. I Williamson & Co., (at the Auction . Stand on Main street) would call the attention of miners, packers and traders, to their stock of goods. A full supply of the most desirable articles the market below af fords, can always he found at their sa’es’room In part consisting of the best quality of Li quors,Groceries, Provisions and miner's tools, which will he sold either at auction or pri vate sale—at prices to su t customers. r.KGI’LAK lAL.It DAYS. Every Sunday ut 10, a. in. “ Tuesday at 8. p. m. “ Friday at 8. p in. I WILLIAMSON & ( O Nevada May 7 IfCil if ■»••••! Monthly fexprcsH " • v. !! lipf.nirh. per Steamer 1 !»•* let *ir»«J 15th of every ‘ *li our regular messenger, u*ual Gold 1 usf >li } | ed and injured. sis usual, to all part* of the A !aniie Staten and Hu rope. Drain for Falcon our house in ail th»* priori pai Atlantic citn rushed by ail the New Eng land Hunks, and at our various offices through out the In ion. For the forwarding of Dint from New York to the Mint, we have the only express on the imi il train Freeman &. Go., are the only firm in Sacra mento connecting with us, and sire authorized ot draw on us lor any amount. ADAMS <f. CO. To the Public. rpHE subscribers having fully completed ■ their arrangements for running a dally Express between Nevada city, Crass Valley and Sacramento city, are now prepared to for ward letters and parcels, daily, each way, and Gold and valuable packages, twice a week, in charge of a Special Messenger, who will h ave Nevada city and Grass Vuilay every Monday and Thursday morning. Merchants and Mining companies can now have their Gob/ Dust forwarded to Sacramento city and .Van Francisco WITH SAFETY. Gold Dust lor warded, and Bills of Exchange drawn on Adams & Co. on all parts of the United .States. Gold dust bought, and deposits received at the usual rates Office in Nevada city, foot of Main st, “ t »rass Valley, opposite Beatty’s hotel, “ Sac city, 42 2d street, “ <Sbn Francisco, with Adams and Co, Montgomery street. ' FREEMAN tf- CO, H. F. Ferre, Agl. Nevada city JTO/I’IRE CLOTHING STORE, by M 1 i Lev* is CO. wholesale and retail mer chants, main st.,one door easj of Barker’s Ex change* -ID 3m* M. KANShELL. N. P. LOOK Ransdell & Poor. ~TT7 HOLESALE an<l retail denier, in VV groceries, provisions, liquors, wines tobaceo, mining tools, etc. Store on north side of Broad street, one door below Central House. So ‘im DU. WJL C. KNOX, Physician and Sur geon, Broad st. 50-3 m P'' G. OAKLAND, M. I), Physician and LJ . Surgeon, Residence on the bridge, Main street, Nevada city. 50-3 m RC. WYATT, M. D.Physician and snr • geon. Office an Pine st, second door below Davis & Hirst’s, Nevada city. 5I -3m Deer Creek Ranch, SITUATKI) six miles above Nevada city. This ranch is not inferior to any in the country, as there is an abundance of good wa ter and grass now, and will be through the winter. The undersigned, owners, would re speotiully inform the public that they arc pre pared to lake stock on the following terms : Horses and mules per month, £5,00 “ ** per week, 1,50 Cattle per month, 4.U0 For information, inquire at ho Virginia House Broad street. 11. Normas, L. Garthe, It. Groom. iYevnda city, Nov. 6, 1851—57-ltn* Hubbard & Hodge’s Law Off ice, and their Book ami Stationery store and ( ‘irculuting Library, corner of wain and Coyote streets, GEORGE BORRADAILE, South side of Broad st. next door to the Gregory House, Wholesale & Retail Dealer, Groceries and Provisions &c. Has con stantly cm hand, and is receiving daily all kinds of desirable goods. Consisting of Flour, Pork, Barley, Hams, Butter, Cheese, Tea, Codec, Sugar, Beans, Apples, Peaches, Lard, Syrup, Tobacco, Liquors, Spices, mi ning Tools 4fc- He invites the attention of Miners and Packers to his well assorted stores and he will give satisfaction as to the quality of his goods. Iml 6m JESSE MOORE, M.D., riiy*i« ism and Surgeon, Office at the Miner's Drug Store, Main Street. april 23 tf Gregory’s Express. CIABI) —The subscriber, having pnrehas -1 ed the interest of Messrs. Hoffman & Co, in Gregory’s Express, at Nevada eitv, Grass Valley, and Bough & Heady, will transact the express business in all its branch es at the old stands, in Main street, Nevada city, Beatty’s Hotel, Grass Valley, and Wm ; M. Saxton’s store, Bough & Heady. Trea sure, packages, letters, etc., forwarded to ; Sacramento. San Francisco, the Atlantic i States and Europe, as usual Merchants, mining companies, and all others,can now hi heretofore Lire their Ireasnrr forwarded to Sacramento and San f'rancimi with tnfety and despatch, and all express busi ness will he attended to in such a manner as to continue to merit the liberal patronage of the public. GEO. E. CLARK, Ag'i" N. B. Drafts on San Francisco, Sacra mento, city, and the Atlantic cities. Money received on deposit at the lowest rates. Gold dust bought. 54-tf INFORMATION WANTED, respecting Thomas Birch, of Morristown, Belmont county, Ohio. The last account his friends had of him, he was on the North Yuba, above Marysville. Any information conccrnin<- him will not only bo consoling to his dis” consulate wife, hut to a numerous list of friends. N. B, Please send any information re specting him to the editors of the Nevada Journal. Nevada City, Nov. 3, ISSI. |¥ oßkiiT m. Ft'TToTTin ST rrothkiri ■«- Importers of and General Dealers in Builders’ Hardware, Machinery, ter. 222 J »t between 7th and Bth sts., S crauieuio. ROBERT M KOI.GEH <f- BROTHER General Dealers in Hardware, Broad street Nevada 54 3 ra , ’ STATKOF CALIFORNIA, > s County of AuvaJa. S District court— lUth Judicial District* Ann L. Cook vs John 'l'. Cook. people oi the State of California to Ji John T. Cook, greeting : You are hereby notified that on the 3d day of November, inst, suit wan commenced by said plaintiff against you in said court, for u divorce, a vincu’o matrimonii. You are therefore required to appear and ans wer the complaint of the plaintiff, herein filed, within three months from this date, or the plaintiff will take a decree for divorce, as prayed for in said complaint. Witness, Theodore Miller, clerk of < l. a. / said court with seal affixed, at office. * in Nevada city, this sth day of No ember, A D IK>I. Theodore Miller, Clerk. J R. McConnell AUv ITff CALIFORNIA, county of O Nevada, township of Grass Valley. Jus tices court, before C F Smith, Ksq, Justice of the Fence. November 12, 1851. Janu s IJof.l vs F F Dana Co The people of the State of California to F F Dana and company, of said tow nship, greeting; Yon are hereby summoned to appear be fore me, at my office, in said township, on Monday, the fifteenth day of December, next, at ten o'clock, a. m.. then and there to answer to the complaint of James Hoel, who demands against you the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars—the amount of your duo bill payable to him, or bis order, dated Feb. 11. 1851 ; for which sum and in terest, be will take judgment against you. in case of your failure to appear and answer as above. 60-td C F SMITH, J. P (MTV DRUG STORE. The undersigned subscriber, having opened on Main Street, in Nevada City, u Ifosh and jenuine stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-stuffs, Window Glass, stationery, perfumery, brushes &c. Also u large and well assorted stock of of the finest brands that the country can afford; all of which we will sell at the lowest possible rates. Call and examine our stock. LARK & GARRASON, Drug’sta & Chemists. Dr. J. LARK off *rahis professonal services to the oltieens of Nevada and vicinity. Char ges, in proportion to the times. Office at the City Drug .Store. io*h iQ"I tr jNUI'KJfc. All persons who have paid lax to the County Treasurer for License of any de sciiptionarc requested to deposit his re ceipts lor the same, with the county Auditor, Theodore Miller, and obtain their License. Auditor’s office in the Clerk's & Recorder's Office, Main Street opposite the New Presbyterian church. THKO. MILLER, Co. Auditor. Nevada City, Aug. 15th 1861. Marysville anil Nevada City STAGE LINE. Via Rottsrh and Heady amt druse Valley ' TKI-W kekly. The proprietor begs leave to inform the pub lic that the above line of stages now runs as follows : Leaving Marysville on Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays, at seven o’clock, A. M.— He turning, will leave Nevada City Tuesdays Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 7 o’clock. A. M. Forfurther information inquire at the United States Hotel. Marysville. U E. HUBV. mury .-iilc, June 12,1851. :. Overton & Miller, Physicians. OFi their services to the public, in the vai. branches of the profession—Med icine, >uv ry. Obstetrics. Office, opposite the Post Office in 16m A. ROGERS. ! Would respectfully inform the public that he has on hand a large assortment of I GROCERIES, Mining- Tools, Ready Made Clothing- &c. All of which will ,be disposed of upon the mosi reasonable terms. Ills store canbo found on Main street. Nevada, April 19,1851. Cm Dr. T. A. Livermore. DENTIST, ■ ® i sportfully otters his professional services ■ to the citizens of Novedr. City and vicin ity. TEETH FILLED WITH PURE GOLD Artificial Teeth, *from one to a full set. inserted upon the principle of “atmospheric pressure/’ or otherwise, as may be required* Extraction of Teeth Will bo performed without resorting to the use of the “Turnkey” in any case, v hlorofonn will be administered when required, and all operations for preserving and beautifying the leath performed according to the most approved method. Having had an experience of seven teen years, he hopes to give general satisfac tion. Office on the South side of Broadway, door above the “City Market.” REFERENCES. Mr. Nnjpper. H. Peoples. J. F. Halsey, M. Cossim, Mr. Rochford, Wm. H. Miller, J. (’ Smith. Mr. Longacre ~w estern M arket. WEBSTER Co. would Inform the ci»*ens of Nevada and the public in general that they now have on hand at their establishment, on Main street, adjoining Barker’s some of the best MEATS the market affords. Also, alaige assortment of GROCERIES. Nevada City, April 19th, 1851. Boots, Shoes and Clothing-, A Splendid Assortment, just received and for sale very cheap, at wholesale and re tail by J. W. Morrison, 45-lf Broad street. Du. McINTY.SE, Den* ya&mm Office in Nevada, at (Ire iIXX-f gory’s Hotel! at <trass Valley, at Peckham’s ; at Rough anil Heady, at Mrs. Downey’s lleferenees— Dr. Clark i Dr. Coryell, > Nevada, Dr. Overton, J Dr. Kobberts, KougU and Ready. au2& If Gregory House. proprietor offers his notel to the notier Jl of citizen! and the travelling public, where the best accommodations are furnished, and the table supplied with the best the market affords. The bouse is fitted up in tbs best style, with large and airy sleeping apartments, and indeed, one of the most desirable stopping places in the city. The very liberal support Inf the pnblio has enabled him to m.kr ar rangements for the entire comfort and enure, nieuoo of hi" hoarders, end he is etui:.led i t > furnish tint entire characteristics of a 'Home' i Mldo'o fiOHlia California. I .. C- S CEE3OBY. TO MINERS AND TJRAVBBBH*. If you want a com fort aft u* ami cheap house to atop at in Atom-menu* I ity, call at txi« NEW WORLD HOTEL, Front street, between J ai. 1 K, opposite ib'* Hteumbout landing, ( over Df C'ranca Drug »tore.) I'ff" Hoarding and lodging, per week. £l2 50 eta; ATngle meals 6o eta: Lodging 50 tu BY MBS, LYSCII. Sacramento City, April 10, 1851. tf THE AMERIC AN. Tills Hotel on Broad street near the bridge has b.'cn enlarged and is now ready for the re ception of boarders, lodgers and transient vis itors. Families and boarders cun bo accommo dated with separate rooms if desired. This 1 lousy being conducted on Temperance principles, no pains will be spared to make it one of the most quiet and desirable places ol enttrtainim nt iu the city. Board and lodging per week $l5 00 Bord per week $l2 je 28 51 MALTBY & BELL. PLACER HOTEL. B. F HICK HUMAN would say to the trav eling public, that his house is fitted up in good style, oed that he will spare no pains to make it one of the moat desirable stopping places in Nevada. Board and Bodging per week $l7 ' House on Broad 8 reel. April 19, 1851. WAS 11INGTON HOTEL, MAIX ‘ STREE 7’, NEVADA CIT\: rjIHK subscriber would infomi the public, fl that he has permanently located himaell a this well known House, on the upper part o Main street, where ho is prepared to RECEIVE HOARDERS He pledgee himself to set agood a table us can be found in the city Everything which the market affords, will be served up in style and quality inferior to none. The House is located in an airy and pleasant part of tile city, and is fitted up with con venient and airy sleeping apartments. Terms moderate. LOUIS M, BEST. Nevada, May 3d. The Empire. Bv Siimiirl Ilcrvey, Jr. Persons wishing good liquors would do v;ell to call at the Umpire, on Main street. April 19. 1851. 6m Ordinance No. 35. Wheseas, tiro extension of the Burial Ground, immediately in the rear of the City Hall anil Court street, is complain ed of as a public nuisance, Therefore. The common council of the city of Ne vada do ordain as follows ; Section 1 That from and after the passage of this ordinance Ihe burial V M‘ the dead in -aid ground be and the sains i- hereby prohibited. Section 2. Any person violating this ordinance shall, on conviction, be sub ject to a fine of twenty-five dollars. Passed Aug. 25. 1851. MUSKS F. HOI 7’, il/ayor, L. F. Chuebuck, City Clerk. ■'* 11 • ( <>N\Kr.L, J. S. IRWIN. McConnell and Irwin, A TTOH.SE VS A SI) t 'DI WSr'Ll ORS AT LAW. Office on I’ino’street. opposite tho oM theatre. Nevada. Aug 28, 1851—tf Boot flnd Shoemaker. I’. ,1. ESI’ENSCHEID would re “ spectfully inform the Indie* and gentlemen of Nevada and vicinity, that It ■ has permanently located tiimseli on the oornei of Main and Commercial streets, where he will keep constantly otr -i a laree assortment of Boots and Shoes, I r and Findings. Rr Mailing done • most neat anil work mnnlikf* manner m<»« gbsjS valley HtirtL, [I.AT K MAI,; NO 1.1 A, | Has just been remodelled, painted, carpeted and provided with additional lodging accent modations. Also a good Howling Alley. Pleasure Parties promptly waited upon- L. B. AUSTIN & Co, I.ate of the Empire House, Yolo Co. Centreville, Juno 23, 1831. tf BLACKSMITH INC ! A. <•, llmst-v, WILL attend to all business entrusted to his care, in the above line of busi ness. Wagons repaired at the short est notice. Sluice Rakes. Forks, Picks , fyr,., Kept constantly on hand. He would say to the public, ihat he will pay particular atten tion to shoeing hordes and Mules. All per sons wishing work in that line would do well to call and see him in Kiotaville. —ALSO— FOR SALE, 3 four horse Waggons, 1 two horse waggon, 2 setts Double Harness, 1 house and lot on Nolan’s Avenue. N. 1J Cross cut Saws for hire, otnvillc, April 26th, 1851. tf Niles Searls, Attorney and C- unecllor at Law, Office at the Nevada Book Store. Main street. 41*3m D C CLARK, M. D„ I'lijslrian and Kiii'komi. Office at his Drug Store, corner of Broad and Pine sts. n041«3m CHECKS on Page, Bacon & San Francisco, at par 45-tf Davis & IHust. WILSON & WILKINS Bridge tVlarket, keep constantly on bund all kinds of meats and vegetables, on the bridge at the foot of Main street. *44-3m DEER CREEK BAKERY, by Samuel Walker, has the best article of bread, pics and cakes—all kinds of provisions for miners on hand. 44-m* |R .8,41,1-',. ( hie tenth interest in the cel ebrated Empire Tunnel, at Swei llnnd’s digains for sale. For terms enquire at this of fie - Sept 27 Dli.il. it, BEALS, i'liysietau ami bur geon, Office m JAthbard & Hodge's Book store, Main street, Nevada *45-3m Fruits of Mormonism, OB a fair and candid statement of facts illustrative of Mormon principles, Mor mon policy and Mormon character, just pub lished and for sale by the Rev. Messrs. War ren and Blanu 5'J-tf Jewelry. S SAVA*IF, Jewel Smith—North-east • corner of J and 3d sis. Sacramento city entrance in 3d at, over Boyce’s store. Manu factures to order and upon the shortest no'ico, all kinds of California jewelry. sin-h as brace lets. finger rings, broaches,'breast-pitta, cur rings, combs, wntrll chains, sen’--, etc. ’upon M ItA• F lilt's I.IIK > i.isliMnablurcti-onh mcm Saloon, nmn si. JVnada cifj. NKni-WEEKLY NEVADA JOURNAL. ihe proprietors of the Journal | offer their sincere thanks to the pub lic of Nevada and vicinity for the en couragement and support which has been so liberally offered to their enter pii/e. Ihe Nevada Journal has uow been in being more than half a year, and at no period of its existence have its prospects been belter than at pres ent The project of creating and maintaining a newspaper so far up in the mountains, where u few years ago, no civilized being had penetrated, and no voice save that of the savage beast, or as savage Indian, was heard, U one beset with many difficulties, and one | which cannot be consummated with i out the hearty concurrence of the pub | lie. The value of a good newspaper is beyond estimate. If is the medium of knowledge of every description, ir radiating tlie light of truth, science and liberty throng’ j|»e sphere of its action. A free anL -Intelligent press is | one of the surest Wmns for the ini ; provemenf and elevation of mankind, j If here the press has been trampled on, true liberty and true virtue have always been prostrate in the dust. It jis far better, however, that no press | should make itself heard, than that it | become corrupt and venal, and losing | its independence, become the tool of parly or adventurers. Then it shine but to mislead, and becomes the great lest curse in the community in which it is published. The proprietors of the Journal | think they have not mis-estirnated the. j temper or the intelligence of the Ne i vada public. They believe a press that will fearlessly and boldly speak the truth is the one desired, and in pursuing such a course, they have not lacked substantial proof on the point. it is our aim to make the Journal an acceptable business, news, and fam ily sheet, with good matter, original and selected, inculcating a correct moral tone, and independent in all matters of public interest and contro versy. The terms for the Semi- Weekly Journal will be found elsewhere. STEAMER EDITION of tim: Nevada Journal I’ublished for tin- regular Mail Steamers lor the States, once in two weeks, designed for circulation in the Atlantic States and I’.urope. The success that has attended the Si’kamU: Journal, has induced the proprietors to make arrangement for its regular publication. Authentic and full intel ligence from the mining sections of California is always most acceptable in the States, and published as is the Journal in the midst of the most populous and important mining coun ty in the State, the operations in the j placers, cayote mines, and quartz 1 leads of which are most extensive and ! profitable, it is looked to “at Home” as a compendium of reliable and defi nite information upon the progress and results in mining of all descriptions, and abounding in interest to those who wish to invest capital in mining, or simply watch the progress of our in iCant State. The Journal for the | States is made up of carefully collect ed intelligence from this region, gen erally from our own observations, and also of matters of interest from every part of the State. Our aim is to make it at once the true exponent of mining I news; we shall also give attention to the condition of agriculture, the mar kets, trade, travel, and great public ■undertakings. The Steamer Jour i nal is a neatly printed sheet, contain ing in each number from fifteen to twenty columns of reading matter. We send regularly a large and in creasing list of the Journal to the j States, and persons who wish to avoid the high rates of postage on transient papers sent out of the State, can do sc i by having the names of their friends |to whom they wish the paper sent j entered on our books as regular scribera. The quarterly postage < sheet of the size of the Journ al, fifteen cents. TERMS. Mail Sub. per year in advance, $5 00 “ “ six mos. “ 3 00 Single copies, 25 A deduction of 25 per cent, when ten or more chib together and sub' scribe at the same lime. AGENTS WANTED. We wish a permanent agent in eve ry town in the State. To those who 1 will interest themselves in extending our circulation, we will warrant a handsome profit for their trouble. A commission of 2.5 per cent, will be al lowed on all money obtained by agents from subscribers, and where extra pains is taken, even greater remuner ation will qe awarded. POSTMASTERS Are respectfully requested to act a* agents in obtaining subscribers, and I remitting money, retaining a oommr [sior. "V C -t. * •aU C-' n “ctie