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THE HYDRAULIC PRESS.
Agentsi
X. P. Fishes -?aa Francisco
Haxdal t Co
C. W. Dansaus Sweetland
-J. W. Dkrosox Humbug City
■o*o. W. Tcsxev Cherokee
Kick ash Cuetis Orleans Fla
O. Moose - Moore's Flat
Pcsdt k Co., Woolsey's «
JOBir Parnsox,..- ™Xevada
JKg“Dr. Wm. C. Kellom, whose
dentistical skill is already known to our
citizens, advertises in this issue of the
Press that he is again in town for a
-short time, on a professional visit.
UgfWo call attention to the card
of Sam. Samuelson in another column.
A man who, like Sam. entertains his
friends with such sweet music, de*
serves custom.
Sheet Music. —Mr. Franchere,
Post Office Stationer, is now regular
ly supplied with all the newest music
as fast as it arrives in the country.—
The lovers and practicers of melody
have thus an opportunity to learn the
songs that old friends are singing at
the old homes.
counted sixteen teams at
one time crowding along Main street
on Tuesday last. The most of them
were bound to Forest City and Dow
nieville.
A Sixging School is now in sue
cesful operation in this place, from
which fact it may be safely inferred
that the ladies attend in pretty large
numbers. Mr. Weller is the tutor.
Singing Schools are great institu
tions. They sometimes change the.
sol fa into love.
Heavy Load. —Peck & Coley re
ceived by one seven mule team, on
Saturday last, ten thousand three
hundred pounds of freight—said to be
the heaviest load ever hauled into this
place. It was brought from Sacra
mento.
Horse Taming. —Some persons a
few days since, were trying the Ra
rey method on a horse “wot wouldn’t
go,” but they did not follow the great
horse tamer’s directions very faith
fully —at least as those are given in
the N. Y. Tribune, for they experi
mented in the open street amid a
large crowd of noisy spectators.
The throwing of the horse was eas
ily accomplished, as a matter of
course, but the poor fellow evidently
did not know what to make of such
unusual proceedings.
They served to amuse the crowd,
however, and one wretch said some
thing about a Rarce show—regard
less of verbicide or mans-laughter.
Sunday Sports. —Last Sunday
some of the boys amused themselves,
and the whole population of Main
street, in the following manner.
A bet was made with a certain
teamster that he could not with one
horse haul a bushel of salt weighing
70 pounds by a rope two hundred feet
lon<r. This bet was so easily won
that the teamster made another, that
he could haul five hundred pounds at
the end of a rope the same length. —
This he also accomplished, amidst
loud shouts of applause, winning six
ty or seventy dollars on the two bets.
There was likewise outside betting
done to the amount of about two hun
dred dollars.
A Good Sign. —The Fraser River
victims are still returning. Our town
is again filling up, and it is said that
dwelling houses are in great demand
—-not one empty.
Well Done San Juan I— The
three following premiums were awar
ded to citizens of this place for mining
inventions exhibited at the State Fair.
S. S. Lewis has been awarded a
first size silver medal for his now rif
fle.
R. H. Dunning, for his model, to
which wo alluded last week, has re
ceived a third size silver medal.
J. B. Low’s Distributor, instead of
being awarded a gold medal, as was
properly recommended, receives a
diploma.
The Union , in its list of premiums
awarded, speaks of Mr. Low s in
vention as a gold distribute!.
The best gold distributor we ever
saw was a fashionable woman with o
rich husband.
The Central Mail for Memphis,
via Los Angeles, started on the Bth.
fare through SIOO.
®@°*Peter Zacharias, formerly a
resident of this place, and well known
to old residents, has set an example
to old bachelors by taking a wife,—
He was married in Sacramento, last
week, to a bonny Scotch maiden of
36 years.
Peter is quite an original charac
ter. He was born on the island of
Patraos, in the sunny Mediterranean,
and has been a traveler all his life.—
At one time ho was a prisoner amongst
the Arabs, and can now speak and
write their language with facility.—
Ho lived for some time in Palestine,
afterwards in France and England.
Besides his native Greek ho speaks
and writes English, French and sev**
eral otii?r languages with tolerable
proficiency.
Whilst mining in this part of Cali
fornia he was terribly crushed by the
falling of a bank of earth upon him,
and although he recovered without
being crippled, he has never since
been able to do hard work.
Although Peter occupies the hum'*
hie position of a boot-black in Sac
ramento,he has numerous friends both
here and there amongst those of his
fellow men who can appreciate a good
heart and native shrewdness of char
acter, irrespective of the kind of coat
that covers their posssessor.
He belongs to all the benevolent
societies, always pays his debts, is
ever ready to aid a suffering fellow
mortal, and will watch at the bed
side of sickness when others compro>
raise with their sense of duty by the
cheap relief of a few dollars.
Good luck to you, Peter; may you
grow as rich as your old countryman
Croesus.
Tiie County.
We are indebted to the Journal for the following;
Experiments are being tried in cotton and tobacco
and cotton raising in the vicinity of Penn Valley. A
limited quantity of tobacco was raised last year with
success. The cotton plants look fine and promise well.
...11. Shoemaker, Esq., County Clerk, succeeds Geo. D
Roberts as editor of the Nevada Xalional Tallman
k Turner took the prize of a silver medal, first premi
um, for Hydraulic Hose, exhibited at the State Fair. ...
L. P. Frisbio has purchased one half of the Pacific -Mu
seum at San Francisco A new Theater will soon bo
opened in Nevada by Mr. Geo. Ryder and a talented
Company. The building will be completed about the
20th Hamlet Davis set a pistol so as to shoot some
hen-roost thieves, forgot his contrivance and was shot
himself. L. B. Austin has a rich quartz lead at Selby-
Flat.
The annexed items are from the Democrat:
Vote for Srp z* visors. ... T h efollowing is th ; vote cast
fortlie candidates for Supervisors in theseveral districts.
The first district is composed of the townships of Neva
da and Washington; the second of Grass Valley, Rough
& Ready and Little York; and the third of Bridgeport
and Eureka. It will be seen that about the same num
ber of votes was cast in each of Ihe three districts. Ist
District. J. W. Grier, 978,.10hn Bower, 044. '2d District,
Henry Davis. 1017, Reuben Leach. 584. 3d District,
Henry Everett, 881, T. Fitzsimons. 511, H. Hoffman,
314 Canvassing the Returns .---Jn consequence of
the Close vote between Messrs. Bolden & Mooes- consid
erable speculation lias been going on, as to whether
there may not have been an error of one or two votes in
some, one of the precincts. The Supervisors were en
gaged yesterday in looking over the returns, and com
paring them with the tally lists, and we are informed
that the vote as reported is found to agree with the tal
ly. The returns were made Out in better form this year
than at an v preceding election 1 NLUCKY....Mr. 11.
M. Moore, the late Lecompton candidate for Co. Judge,
is peculiarly unfortunate in his political aspirations.
Four years ago ho was a candid ito for District Attorney
and defeated bv six votes. This year he was defeated for
County Judge by one vote Adjourned.. .. The Dist.
Court adjourned for the term on Saturday The
Pleasures of Hope were most equitably distributed be
tween the candidates for Judge of this county, during
the reception of the returns, first, Beldcn. with his
own peculiar modesty, received the congratulations of
his friends, ami then with Christian resignation, their
condolences. Then Moore, in the sudden exultation of
victory, threw open his doors and bade his friends drink
and be merry without money and without price. Next
Beldcn, raised from the d pths of despair by the saving
majority of one.' loomed slightly in the political horizon;
while Moore, proportionably disgusted at this revulsion
in his hopes, shut down upon his political friends and
watered his whiskey. From what wo can learn of the
rival candidates, they agree in only one thing, that
white men and elections are very uncertain.
Dist. Court— Aug. Term. —Fri-
day, Sept. 3.—Moses F. Iloit vs
Wm. Sublctt —Cause referred to Geo.
S. Hupp, to prepare a statement and
accounting between the plaintiff" and
defendant of their Co-partnership
business and report the same to the
Court.
N. B. Isaman vs Chas. A. Young
—Judgment and foreclosure of mort
gage in favor of plaintiff.
The Late Stage Robbery.— The
Union learns that two men and a wo
man robbed the Forest City Stage.
Langton, Superintendent of the Ex
press, writes to an agent in Marys
ville, stating that there was no money
in the box taken—that circumstances
led them to believe tlut the stage was
to be attacked, and they did not send
any money. The woman said to
have been engaged in the robbery is
called Dutch Kate, She generally
wears man’s apparel, plays cards,
drinks whisky, and all that sort of
thing. Her features are masculine,
and when dressed in men’s clothing
her sex would scarcely be suspected.
She lost about $2,000 playing cards
in Marysville about two weeks ago.
IKS Hi Slum
P. H. BUTLER
HAVING again opened a Harness and Saddler's
Shop, will keep constantly on hand a general as
sortment of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Martingales,
Whips, spurs, curry-combs and Brushes, all of which I
will dispose of on reasonable terms.
attention paid to Repairing.
w P. H. BUTLER.
Main s'.. „Vor«k San Juan, apposite Justice Farquhar's
Office..
The State at Large.
The Sierra Citizen affords the fol -
lowing, items: On Charcoal Flat, 8
miles from Downieville, four robbers
entered the cabin of some Chinamen,
killed one, wounded two others, and
stole $l3O and an old silver watch.
Several stone buildings are going
up in Downieville—one for a Congre
gational Church, is completed.
Thomas Sharkey was instantly killed
by a falling boulder in his claim at
Jim Crow Canon. They have a
Gymnasium at Downieville.
The Mountain Messenger , La
Porto, says that Jim Beckworth late
ly honored that office with a call.—
Jim said the Piute Indians had just
surrounded and killed 484 deer and
antelope, besides a great quantity of
wolves. The Piutes profess to be
friendly to the whites. The editor
of the Messenger condemns the per
sonal puffery indulged in by newspa*
pers. We concur. The Mountain
Democrat is quite enthusiastic over
the setting of the first Overland TeU
egraph post 5t Placerville, on the 2d
inst. An iiamecfio throng of ladies
and gentlemen met to celebrate the
auspicious event. Speeches were
made, houses illuminated, nation*)
music discoursed, and hearty cheers
given. Through the waste country
beyond Carson Valley the wire will
be laid beneath the soil.—An Indian
fell from a tree and broke his neck,
near Bottle Hill, says the same pa
per. A goodly number of immi
grants are in Carson Valley on their
way to California. At Negro Hill
in Calaveras county, a poor fellow
was blown twenty feet out of a cut by
a premature blast, and his face and
eyes badly burned. A lump of
gold weighing 72 pounds, and worth
$14,000, has been found near Co
lumbia. “Hail Columbia ! Happy
land!” Some travelers have found
grand scenery on the head of Kern
river, and waterfalls higher than the
famous ones of Yo Semite. The
Butte Record complains that the In
dians are not kept on the Reservation
as they should be.—A crazy widowed
mother left her baby of six months at
the door of a gentleman in Oroville.
A good woman has adopted it.
The San Faancisco Shipping List
says there are 56 vessels now on the
way to that port, half of them from
New York. —S. F. Warrants are sel
ling for 50 cents on the dollar.—The
game law restriction expires on the
Isth inst. The S. F. Bulletin
says the German dancing girls are
brought to that city on contract, and
shipped home at the conclusion of
their terra, generally pure but with a
bad opinion of California. No won
der! The Supreme Court has de
cided thatG. W. Whitman rightfully
held the office of Controller during
the past year. The Trinity Jour
nal, speaking of the canal now being
urged to speedy completion under the
direction of Ex-Gov. Johnson, says it
will supply a vast number of men
with work, and will water a large
number of rich and extensive bars,
hitherto little worked. It also re
marks that hundreds of men are rais
ing water from the river itself and
making from $8 to sl6 per day.—
Trinity county is recovering its Fraser
lost population.—The Journal is sen
sibly “down” on candidates blowing
their own horns —(and drinking those
of others, we hope) and condemns
female equestrianism out of the cir
cus. Gold and silver mines have
been found at Honey Lake.——The
Red Bluff Beacon speaks of washing
machines being manufactured in that
town; says that a large proportion of
the wheat grown in Tehama county
has been more or less injured by smut;
and advocates the formation of a
County Agricultural Society.—The
Siskiyou mines are favorably reported
in the Union, at some
Mix & Co. have lost SIO,OOO by the
destruction of their fine hotel at
Whiskey Creek. Post roads have
been established which connect Shasta
City with Utah Territory and with
Yreka. A copper-fastened clip
per built schooner of about 70 tons
has been built and launched at Peta
luma. It will run to San Francisco.
Plenty of limestone has been
discovered near the Solano and Napa
line, All the dry good stores in
Sacramento close at 8 o’clock in the
evening. David Sands has been
held to bail in $4,000 to answer to
the charge of killing E. Snowhite in
Marysville. M. M. Noah’s new
play of “Love’s Disguises” is being
very successful in San Francisco.
An unsuccessful attempt was made to
fire San Francisco on Monday night.
Gold was found in a cow’s stom
ach at San Bernardino. Senator
Ferguson is now considered out of
danger.
LIVERY STABLES & STAGES
saSTuaSTavMystable
Joseph Thomas & Bro.,
RESPECTFULLY announce that
they continue to keep oh hand ami to
1 let, the best
SADDLE HORSES
To be found in the Mountains, and which will be let to
all who may give them a call, at very moderate prices.
Stabling and Board
For horses and mules, at very liberal rates.
Hay and Grain for Sale.
us a trsal.«23f
JOS. THOMAS i BRO..
Main street. North San Juan.
JVcw Livery Stable.
T. G. SMITH &
HAVE opened their new Livery, Exchange and
Sale Stables, corner of Main and Reservoir streets
North San Juan, and furnished it with a large and well
selected stock of fine animals and vehicles of the Very
beet description.
Single Buggy Wagons,
Bouble Buggy Wagons.
Trotting and Pacing Horses,
Saddle Horses for Gentlemen,
Well Trained Horses for Ladies.
English, American and California Saddles,
Finely Mounted Harness,
And the best material of all kinds for such an estab
lishment.
49rUorses taken on Livery by the day or month.
Exchanges
With Campionville, Forest City and Nevada.
Their large, new, and commodious stables enable
them to accommodate a very large number of Horses,
and the public can depend upon finding every conven
ience arfd care that can be found in any first-classs es
tablishment of the kind.
North San Jua'L April 15th, ISSS. 22tf
Bloomfield Livery & Feed Stable
NEAR THE IRWIN HOUSE’,
North Bloomfield.
J. P. SIMS, Proprietor
Tlie undersigned would inform the
flj public generally that Ire has one of the
best stables in North Bloomfield. Also
the best stock of Horses the market
■ affords, to let or for sale to suit custo
mers, and hopes by devoting his whole attention to the
business, to merit a liberal share of public patronage.
P. S. Stock taken to keep will have the best of care.
May 7, 1858. 25tf J. P. SIMS.
North San Juan & Humbug: City
MY ifs HI!
THE having purchased
the above-named line, will run it DAILY until
further notice. Leaving the Union Hotel, North Ban
Juan. every day,at Ipm arriving at Bell's Ranch in time
for passengers to take the stage for (Mean's Flat.
RE TURjVIJ\ r G,
Leaves the YJhited States Hotel, Humbug City, every
morning atS A m for North San Juan, giving passengers
time to take the stages for Marysville and Sacramento.
All Orders Promptly Attended To.
THO 3 ELROD. Prop'r.
Edwards k Swain, Agents, Union Hotel. 2Ctf
CLOTHING,BOOTS, SHOES&c
ONE^RICESTORE!
BLOCH St FORTH.
CORNER OF MAIN AND FLUME STS.,
NORTH SAN JUAN.
Are now receiving a large and well selected stock of
SPRING CLOTHING
AND
GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING
GOODS !
AL50......
II ATS,
(Latest style.)
Boots Shoes;
BLANKETS, TRUNKS,
Valices etc.
All of which will be sold at the most
Reasonable Prices.
Please Call and Judge for Yourself.
One Price, and no Deviation
BLOCK Si FUBTH,
Highest Price paid for Gold Dust
North San Juan, March 30, ISSB. 19tf
SPERLING AGAIN.
Kentucky Store
RE-OPENED!
THE LARGEST STOCK
ETER BROUGHT TO TOWS !
ASPERLING has just returned from be’ow
• with a very large and choice stock of Goods iu his
tine, each as
CLOTHING,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
MPry Goods, etc •
During his absence the old stand has been entirely
refitted and refurnished, and will now compare favora
bly with any other in town.
It is his determination to sell Goods at the very
LOWEST PRICE 3,
and to keep thel>est assortment in town.
JS&-CALL AND 22
JVew Store,
AND
An entire new Stock.
WESTERFIELD & CO.,
Next Door to the D. S. Hotel.
Main street, W orth Bloomfield
THUS subscribers have opened a store as above, and
supplied themselves with a largo assortment of
Goods in their line, consisting of
Hats, Caps, Boots, Sltocs,
gentlemen’* furnishing goods.
In every variety. They would say to all that their stock
Is complete, and they are determined to sell at the low
est prices. Give ns a call and let os show von the
Goods. WESTERFIELD* CO.
Humbug, may 26, 1858. 28tf
A
NEW LOT of HARD WARE, Ac.
irt received. 16t F. SMITH.
os
EGON anti CALIFORNIA HAMS
'and Bacon, at 29 PECK & COLEY/
GROCERIES asd PROVISIONS
E. V. HATFIELD,
Has removed from his old store to the
BRICK ROW,
on the opposite side of Main street, formerly occupied by
F. T. Beawell & Sons, where he keeps constantly
on hand a large supply of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Miners’ Tools, Duck, Quicksilver. Carpenter's Tools,
Kails and Queens ware.
ALSO——
FINE WINES AND LIQtJORS,
NORTH SAN JUAN.
Not. 17th, 1857. [1 Cm]
J. J. WOOSTER,
DEALER IN
GROCERIES
AND
PROVISIONS.
Wines and Liquors.
FLUME STREET,
Opposite San Francisco street.
Miners tv geld do well to give me a
call, and try my Goods, as I endeavor to sell good
articles to the satisfaction of all, at the Lowest
Cash Prices.
J. J. TV OOSTER.
North San Juan, Nnr. IT 1557. [ltf J
MISCELLANEOUS.
FRANCIIERE’S
Now Stationery, Cigar and To
bacco Store.
IN THE POST OFFICE BUILDING,
NORTH SAN JUAN.
THE subscriber has lately opened a new stock of
goods as above, ami solicits a share of public fa
vor. lie has for sale, every kind of writing pui>er, le
gal cap foolscap, letter sheet and note paper, plain and
fancy. Envelopes of all sorts; legal blanks.
CALIFORNIA COLD PENS,
the best in the market, and a variety of other kinds,
together witli steel pens. The latest stylos, of ink
stands; Arnold’s writing fluid and other inks.
Roger's & TVastorhol m’s ctioice cutfcry.
Razors and razor strops; scissors, Ac. Ac.
The best CIGARS and TOBACCO, at reasonable
prices.
In addition to the above, the subscriber will keep a
good stock of
Paper Hangings,
Window paper, curtains. Ac., which ho will sell ns low
ns they can be purchased in the cities.
K. FRANCHERE.
North San Juan, July 23, 1838.—3Ctf.
iT.ir lulllie IrH ALL the NEW MUSIC is received
bNtW.W V~W II fi nni tlie East, immediate'y after the
arri val of the Mail Steamer, at
FRANCHERE'S.
LUMBER I LtJIBER ! !
The proprietors of the
North San Juan Saw-Mill take this opportunity to
inform the public that they have recently purchased the
above-named property, which'has been refitted at great
expense, and that they are now prepared to furnish
Sluice and Hnilding Lumber,
Ami Blocks of all kinds, on short notice.
All orders satisfactorily filled and promptiydelivered.
' TVm. 11. SEARS, Agent.
January Ist, IS3S. 7tf
Tin <V Hardware
STORE!
Stoves Hardware.
COOK STOVES,
PARLOR STOVES,
BOX STOVES,
HOSE PIPES,
...A general assortment 0t...
Ti nw ar €)
SHELF-HARD WARE,
CUTLERK,
BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
NAILS, CARPENTERS' TOOLS,
BUTTS AND SCREWS.
N. B. Particular attention paid to JOB WORK
FRANK SMITH,
Fire-proof Crick, nextto Seawell & Sons.
North San Juan, Nov. 17,1857. Itf
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Gold Lockets, Bracelets, Brooches, Ear Drops, Breast
Pins. Cuff Pins, sleeve Buttons, Kings, shirt studs,
watch Keys, Gold and silver Thimbles, and a variety ot
other articles, worth from fifty cents to $l5 each.
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*»* .Specimen copies sent free. Agents M anted.
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_ NOTI€E
IS hereby given, that the undersigned will apply to
the Board of Supervisors of Nevada county, at
their regnlar meeting of the October term, or as soon
thereafter as ho can be heard, for a Renewal of his
license to keep a Toll Bridge across the Middle Tuba at
a neint known as Freeman's Crossing,
a point Known THOMAS FREEMAN.
Nevada county, Cab, Pept. 3, 1858. 3
MISCELLANEOUS.
CIIAC&CEY A. PECK, WM. C. COLEY
PECK&.COLEYS
Cheap Cash Store!
KTortli San if
AT THE SIGN OF THE ~ . .
STARS AND STRIPES!
pnce.haveftoved from their old stand into his Fire
s’Brick Store, adjoining the tow
nearly under the large Flume where t he> have n
and full assortment of the
Which they can sell at a LOWER PKIIB M,a “
any other store north of Nevada. . Importers,
They are constantly receiving, direct from imponers,
the best quality of . ... i
Provisions* Groceries'*
LIQUORS, WINES, ALE, PORTER\
Crockery, Glaisware,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY*
MIXING IMPLEMENTS,
POWDER S( SAFETY FUSE
Canvas, Leather, Carpenters’ T.-ils NaUa Tw Hopa f
all sir.es. and numerous other article, which
pensable in the Mining i-egicus; Also, n largo assort
ment of • f V, |
F M V H ttu V V I
Such as Bedsteads. Mat
,trasses, Pillows. Sheeting,
1 Blankets. Comforters. Ta- „
_ J bles, stands, chairs of alia
kinds, and sofas. • . i. .
in short, an assortment of everything that re wantea
by Families and Miners generally. .
A long acquaintance with the wants of a Mining com
iminitv, and superior fiicilitiesfor obUinicg the best ar
ticles to be had in our line, warrant us in assuring tlios.
who may favor us with a call that they will not bo dla
By strict attention to business, and being always hV
in our charges, we hope to obtain the public stipport.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge
Run Here, Everybody!
THE POLKA
i 2 (/irj (d/a^Ott*
y,
GEORGE KRAEMER,
WOTLD respectfullv inform bis friends and the
public generally, that bo has just returned ftoin
■an Francisco, where he acquired the Latest and most
■ashionablc stvles of Hair Cutting and Dressing, such
is the Polka and Opera styles, and now offers his Servi
es to induct the citizens into these improved modes.
.Mr. Kraemer is now the sole proprietor of the abnv.
stablishmcnt, and can always be found at his post;
The grateful luxury of
SHOWER BATHS ,
las been lately connected with the shop, at the reduced
irice of twentv-flve cents.
As this is the only mode of curing the Frazer River
'ever, which is now carrying off so many people, m
reat rush for Baths is expected.
frv>_.Sign of the Painted Flume PostF, Main'street.-
North San Juan, June 12, ’5B. 30 tf
fcjOTICE TO CREDITORS—Estate of
James Thomas, deceased. Notice is hereby given
v the undersigned. Executor of the above named Es
ite to the creditors of, and all persons having claims
•uiinsl *he estate of the said James Thomas, deceased,
a exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers with
t ten months from the first publication of this notice-'
i, the undersigned at his store in North San Juan.
Julv 31, 1858. „ , ~
JOSEPH THOMAS, ExecMtof
OStlO] of the Estate of Jas. Thomas, deceased.
FOR RENT,
rHE undersigned offers for rent his RANCH, with
a large and commodious Frame Building, and Bow
n,r Alley; ft]so the necessary out-buildiifgs frttacnea,
nd 100 o* LUnd- the greatest portion
eing splendid farming land. The House is eligibly
tuated on the county road from Jfaryaville to forest
itv via French Corral, Birchville, Sweetland, North
an .Tnan. Sebastopol Ac.—is in tho immediate vicinity
fa large and rich mining district, and is well calcula
•d fora Hotel. Trading Post, Hospital or Bath House,
t being supplied with water from never-falling spring,
lie water can he carried into any portion of the buildN
ig. Paid Building is adjacent to North Pan Juan, and
half mile north-east of the town of Sebastopol.
The whole or any portion of the above property will
e rented at a low price, or it can be bought at the Very
Tpplv“to for CaSU ° r Ume ’ TAEL B.VLCIIEN,
.Varch sth, 1858. LCtf Half-Way House.
iomas’ New Bridge atLind»
PI MISTERS and oth*r»» traveling to ap4
from Marysville, will consult their o*n interest by
ring in mind that the Bridge crossing the
v, is the most eligible route. The Bridge Is one of
best in the State, and the roads leading toil Hii«x
ent condition. It is the nearest route to Mary svillo
of Nevada, Yuba, and^n.ng
nties. ’ no' t r
inda, may 27,1858. _____
G 4LVAMZEO iron hose.
The subscriber is now prepared to mannTact«r*
Galvanized Iron Hose, for miners use, ot g
quality and manufacture, at the lowest ratcs lfe lms
a quantity of Iron and Bands on hand, atod «n ftH
dors at si.ort notice. Call, or send orders to the Tin k
Hardware store. Main street.
North San Juan, March 6, oS.
books:
books for THE MILLION.
J. E. lIAMLIS,
No. 53 Broad ttreet, corner Pine,
NEVADA.
Has just receiTod the largest add best as
.sorted stock of
4t
Books and Stationery,*
Musical Instruments. ,
CUTLERY. GOLD PENS, FANCY GOODS.TOrS
&c.
ever brought to the city of Nevada, which will be sold a*
Wholesale and Retail
Cheaper than the Cheapest!
My stock consists in part of a good assortmentof LrtW
Medical. Historical. Poetical. Miscellaneous -
Works, Catholic Piety, ami School Books of every Tarr
ety.
Any quantity cf
Christmas Presents, Valentines, Ac . for the Holiday*.
New and improved Diaries, and Daily Journals, tor
1858. A variety of sizes for the pocket and Counting
““cheap publications.
A circulating Library of 1,000 volumes, in
good order, and 1 am constantly receding *h® late*
and most desirable works published, direct from
York and Philadelphia. Magazines. Periodicals, News
papers, 4c from all parts oftheGlobe. . .
Steamer papers and California ffeeklies, neatly p
enumerate the endive
variety of everything. And I will say
an assortment as can be found this side of San Francl*-
°Per=ons wishing anything in my line of business will
save by calling on me before purchasing else
where.
Onr Motto Is We Strive to Pleosr.
21 Gm J. E. HAMLIN.
Families and Others,
W—K
and Butter, brought by
from ifarysville. Persons who desire nice fresh
den sauce," will And GEO. DO UN IN al 1
supply them, as above.
IQ, HORS, of all kinds, best COLKT.
For sale by -
ATENT AXLE COLET^
sd, and for sale by « PECK « wwi
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