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In Search op Light.—Early Tuesday morn
ing two Chinamen stole four boxes of can
dles from a wagon in front of Peck & Co
ley’s store, on Main street. They were dis
covered at the instant by our efficient night
watchman, Mr. Edwards, who ordered them
to stop as he approached, and fired a pistol
to intimidate them. They dropped the boxes
and ran, but Edwards caught one of them,
a big fellow, and secured him. The other
escaped altogether. The one arrested was
tried before Justice Farquhar, convicted, and
sentenced to pay §6O or go to jail for four
months. Not being able to raise the money
he went to jail.
Odd Fellow's Celebration.—The Odd
Fellows of this place design celebrating the
anniversary of the introduction of Odd Fel
lowship into America, on the 2Gth of April
next; at which time, also, there will be a
dedication of their new hall. The celebra
tion will be got up in good style, so that all
the brethren in the county can participate in
it. We believe that at the great national
jubilee of the Order last year, it was recom
mended that annual observances of the day
be held at some point in each county.
* •
Masonic.—On Wednesday evening, Dec.
21st, 1859, the following wore elected Offi
cers of Lafayette Chapter No. 24, R. A. M.,
at Camptonville;
J. P. Brown, M. E. 11. P.; Wm. 11. Foye,
E. K.; J. H. Var iel, E. S.; A. Moore, C. of
H.; J. G McLellan, P. S.; V. C McMurray,
R. A. C.: B. B. Tooxel, M. 3d Y.; W. Ste
ven.-on. M. 2nd V.; A Gillfellow, M. Ist Y.;
P. McNulty, Treas.; 11. Munt, Sec.; G. W.
Walton, Guard.
New Street.—A new thoroughfare is be
ing opened from Main street to San Francisco
street, and a good plank side walk la d
through it. This is a much needed im
piovcment, On n corner of the new street,
fronting on Main street, Mr. Reamer will
open a grocery, provision, crockery and fur
niture store.
It will be seen by an advertisement in an
other column that a meeting of the Stock
holders of the Truckee Turnpike Co. is called
for February llth. It will be held in this
place, at the office of O. P. Slidger. Esq.
Mrs. Sherwood, the mammoth woman, is
announced to be willing to afford our chi
tons an exhibition of Iter mightiness. She
is said to he very much of a lady, in this
day of woman's rights nobody w ill contest
her right lo be as great as possible.
Subscriptions fur the Pacific Methodist
Cfdlege. which is built at Cachevillo, con
tinue tu be made very liberally. One gen
tleman subscribed Si.ooo. Two individuals
refused lo aid the enterprise at all, giving
as a reason, that ,; education only better fts
men (hr crime, and makes them greater ras
cals." The presumption is pertaissablc that
they had not been thus fitted.
A fool hard} Dutchman in .St. bonis bet
the lager beer for a crowd that he would
jump from the roof of a three-story house
onto the snow in the street—and be did it,
too. The leap stunned him fora while, but
he got u;> and went to his i*ecr.
A Capital Play.—That performed at Sac
ramento this week, winding up with a sort
of political see-saw. and the refrain of—
‘•Cp, up. up;
And down, down. Downey.”
The Sons of Temperance have changed
their night of meeting to Thursday. Dr. J.
Stotler has been elected W. P., and J, W.
Sprague, U. S. The Division is flourishing.
Withdrawn.—McCue has withdrawn his
opposition stage from the Marysville road,
until next March, on account of bad roads.
Up goes the fare lo six dollars.
There is a lively competition among the
jewellers in town. Read their advertise
ments. Hansen grows humorous.
Dr. Myers has the reputation of a good
dentist. His plate work is superior.
A Pacific Republic.—Gov. Weller said in
Ills last message, that if a dissolution of the
Union should occur, California would not go
with the North or with tiie South, but here
upon the shores of the Pacific found a mighty
republic, which may in the end prove the
greatest of all. He expressed in this sen
tence the thought of very many.
The Harper’s Ferry conspirators have all
paid the penalty of their treasonable attempt,
and Charlestown is no longer oppressed by
martial law. The excitement appears to
be transferred from Virginia to Congress,
where it still prevented an organization, at
last accounts no Speaker being elected, al
though there was a probability of the Re
publicans electing Sherman.
The little steamer Dathatray manages to
reach Marysville from San Francisco about
fire times in two weeks, and her arrival is
the signal for lively competition and low
fares. She recently took passengers down
she river for fifty cents.
The oak woods about San Andreas arc
alive with wild pigeons, which hunters
pass by in disdain, because the flesh of the
birds, as w’e are glad to learn, is embittered
by a diet of acorns.
Silver ore of great richness is reported to
have been found in Santa Cruz, Calaveras
and Napa counties. Have we really silver
Baines in California ?
VARIETY.
CH ARLES ST. LOUIS,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
HAS .just received a good assortment of
JEM ELKY. which he offers to sell below San
Francisco Betail Prices—. is intention being to
establish a good Jewelry Store in can Juan.
All kinds of
Plain tind Ornamental JEWELRY
Made to Order. Also a good assortment constantly
on hand, viz:
Fine cameo, Mosaic, Tor i Fine Gold and Enameled
quids, carbuncle and Flo- 1 Lockets,
routine, (in tine gold K- Brooches. Em rings.
truseau settings} Gold Fingerrings.sle ve buttons
Buckles. I Gold and silver 1 hihl'des,
Bracelets. Necklaces, Gents' Fob Buckles. Bins,
Chains, Charms, 1 Kings, studs, a:c., &<•.,
\\ i 1 be gold cheap for cash All ai tides warranted as
represented, or money refunded.
Also—a good assortment of
CLOCKS,
Ranging in price from $4 CO to anti warranted for
one year.
Particular attention paid to
WATCH REPAIRING.
and at re duced pi ices.
Watch Gl:i»s. («i 3(Je. Gold or strel watch hands: @
30c. each. Coinmon. 26c a pair. Cleaning ry lender es
capement, 2 oO; Detached Lever, 3 UU; Patent Lever,
3 30. Ac . Ac.
Having been horn and brought up in a Jewelry Es
tablishment, he considers himself capable of giving
satisfaction.
Incase of a failure the money will Ik. refunded.
C. ST. LOUIS.
SIGN OF THE BIG WATCH. MAIN STREET,
ja7 NORTH SAN JUAN.
Art Amid the Sierras.
HE subscriber takes this met
rjyi E subscriber takes this mel hod of informing the
J. citizens of California that he has refitted his
rooms, and is now prepared to take all kinds of Pictures
known to the lleliograpliie \rt, nnsnrpass<“d in the
world; that he has made special arrangements for per
sons coming from di taut parts of the State, and would
say to all such that, provided perfect satisfaction is not
given, he will not only not charge for work, but will
pay them for their time am! trouble in calling.
Those arrangements have been made in view of the
fact that the country is fl >ckeil with unskilful opera
tors. whose work is not only wanting in chemical effect,
and everything that constitutes a good picture, but
owing to the improper use of the chemicals employed,
they are rendered perishable and worthless.
To avoid tile impositions practiced, the citizens of
this and the adjoining counties, and travellers, are
most respectfully invited to call upon him at his rooms,
in Grass Valley, where ho will be found ready, at all
times, and in all kinds of weather, to take pictures in
the best style by all the various processes now known,
some of which areas follows:
Ambrolypos, Pliotosrrapbs,
PANEOVPPS, .VIKLAI N()TV PES,
Stereoscopic Pictures
Sunlight Pain tings on Mica.
Patent Leather and Oil Cloth Pictures.
Artistic and life like pictures by all the above new
and beautiful processes, of liner tone and infinite iln
ntbility, unsurpassed for Iml-lmss of outline or beauty
of finish, will be executed at all times and in all kinds
of woatlvr.
Persons heretofore unsuccessful i» obtaining perfet
pictures are p irtirnlarly invited to call.
Old daguerreotypes and other pictures copied, im
prove!! and rendered imperi-hahlc
Views of buildings, mining claims, ic . taken at the
shortest notice.
Deceased persons taken in the most appropriate man
ner.
N. B. Instructions given in all departments of the
Art at
AX’ O O I > ' S
A M BROT VP K (I A RLE ii X’,
MILL ST., GRASS VALLEY,
By T. M. Wood.
Sept. tf.
Lh.G A L N o Tie HS.
SUMMON -i.
STATE OF ( ALIFOKN U—i.\ THE Jl FTICEF
• onvt of Kloomli. Id Town-hip, in and f.,r the
comity of Nevada, The People of the State of Cali
fornia, to S. S. FT ROOK, tireeting. You are hereby
summoned to appear before ir.e at my office in the tow li
the 'lierifFor any Constable of sai county, electing
Make legal service ami due return hereof.
Given under my hand this the 4th day of January,
A. 1>.1560. [„.U AVitKS. .I.l*.
It appearing by affidavit, to my satis.action ihat S S
Strode, the aimve-iiane d d. nml;.nr. .annot after doe
diligence he found within the c •i:n:y, likewise a cause
of action exists against the sai I d. fend nit. it is there
fore ordered that s.oviceof snmm m- mad -by pid.-
lieati >n in the Hydr.inUe P. ss a paper published in
said county. tin one wi ck from the <in .• her of.
Given nuder my baa 1 till-tb • 4t:i ,I>\ of J.innarv, A.
D 18(a). ;j7 Iw] LKVi A VItE ■. J.V.
SIMM t),\S.
(QBTATE OF CALIFORNIA. IN THE JUSTICES
K_? Court of Bloomfield fownship, in and for Ho coun
ty of Nevada. The People of the Mate of California,
tr. F. S. STRODE. •In-eting. Von are hereby siinini .in-.i
to appear before me. at my oltiee in Hie Towns .ip of
Bloomfield in the county of Nevada, on the I -ft It day
of January A. I>. 18t'0. at 10 o'clock A. .u . to answer
unto the complaint of .). DiiCKKU ,v who sue to
recover the sum of fifty-three dollars and tl.ii ty-fonr
cents, prineipal and interest on a certain promissory
note, drawn in favor of E. Jackson, or bearer, by y..u
and ofliers. of date December 2fid. a. ». bs .s the same
being on file in my office. (In fab tire to appear and
answer, judgment will be taken against yon for the
said amount, together With all Costa and damages.—
To the ' herilT or any Uonstahle of said county Greeting,
Make legal serviee and due return hereof.
Given under mv hand this the 4th da" of January. A
D. 1860. LEVI AYRES. .I K
It appearing by affidavit to my satisfaction that F. S
Strode, the above named defendant, cannot alter due
diligence be found within the county, and likewise
that a cause of action exists against the said defend
ant. it is therefore ordered that service of summons be
made by pub icatioii in flie Hydra olio Press, a paper in
said county, for one week from the date hereof
Giv.-n under mv liainl. rids the 4th day of January,
A. D. ISRO. [jV] LKVI AYlltF. .). P."
Constable’s Sale.
Wale of California, county of Nevada, ss.
BY virtue of an execution which was to me deliv
ered. issued from the court of Levi Ayres. Esq. an
acting Justice of the Peace in and for the county afore
said. bearing date December 10th. a. d. 1 839. t.i satisfy
a judgment rendered hy Levi Ayres, on the 6th day of
December, a d 1830, in favor of K. 11. Dunning, and
ngnii.st Joseph Hustler, for the sum of $192 ami 80 cts,
debt, interest, damages and cost of suit. I have taken
in execution and will sell to the highest bidder for
cash, nil of Joseph Hustler's right, title and interest
in ami to a set of mining claims situated on Grizzly
Hill, and known as the Philadelphia Companv’sciaiins;
and also his right, title and interest in and to the Wa
ter Ditch la-longing to said company—said interest
supposed to be one undivided one-eighth of said claims
and ditch.
On MONDAY, the 23d day of January, A. p 1860,
Between the hours of It o’clock a m. and 3 o’clock p.
M..at Columbia Hill, in front of the Justice's office.
Taken as the propel ty of Joseph Hustler, to satisfy
the above demands and accruing costs
This 26th day of December, a. d. 1839.
d3IU J. BUUWN. Constable.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of JOHN MICHAEL STOEFF
Deceased.
Notice is hereby giren by the under*
Executor of Hie above named estate, to tin
itnrs of. iind all persons having claims again-
John Michael StoetHer. deceased, to exhibit the
with the necessary vouchers, within ten month
the first publication of tins notice, to the under
at his residence at the San Juan Brewery, Non
Juan.
G. W. KOCH. Fxecnt
of the last will and testament of John >1
Stoeffller, deceased. dOl 4w
Kerosene Lamps and Oil,
||lOR sale at the store of
PECK A COLEY.
DRUGS, MEDICINES &C.
SAN JUAN DRUG STORE!
T. & L, McGUIRE,
(Successors to B. P. Avery,)
DRUGGISTS
APOTHECARIES,
FIRE PROOF BRICK, MAIN STREET,
North San Juan.
ggL Have on hand a arge and food stock of DRUGS.
H Chemicals) Patent Medicines,
J er/umery, Toilet and Fancy Articles.
... ALSO...
M bite Lead, Paint stuffs. Linseed Oil, Lamp, Machine,
Neatsfoot. Tanner’s, Gird. Olive and Castor Oils.
Turpentine, I m ulshes, Alcohol, Caiuphone mid
Burning Fluid.
Glue. Putty.ll'liiting. Chalk, Sal Soda.
Win iow Glass.
Brushes of every description.
SELECT If/), ESand LJQVOPS, for medical use.
The subscribers are prepared to wholesale Goods to
Physicians and small denh-rs in adjoining towns, at ns
low rates as they can purchase in the cities l«dow: and
will guarantee the excellence of whatever they sell
One or both of the subscribers will bein attendance
at the store day and night, and the most careful atten
tion will he given to the compounding of Physicians
Prescriptions ai*yl Family Medicines,
mar I 2 30 qrytf
i\ew Drsigr Store
ON FLUME STREET, NORTH SAN JUAN.
FRANCE ERE & BUTLER
9=^
HEREBY inform the public
that they have opened an en
tirely new and well selected
St OC lv of
IDUtTG-S,
Chemicals,
I’ wlc n j Medicines,
Perfumery and Fancy Articles ,
Prliils, Oils, Caniphrnc, Kerosene,
Lam]is and Wicking ,
Brushes of all Kinds,
And everything else pertainingto a
Thorough Drug Establishment,
All of w hich thev w ill sell at
Who 1 e-r ale and Fetail.
AA Physician s prescriptions carefully compounded
fivrn the purest materials, at all hours of the day am
night.
In addition to (he above, the subscribers have oi
hand a large stocK of
B 0 OKS $ ST A TI ONE lIY,
ISlanlv Hooks of every style, f — .
California Gold Pens,
SPLENDID GIFT BOOKS, CrPVpj
And other articles Miitaolo tor
S 3 O Bl> A Y S* ll ESENT T S
to old ami young. The finest
CUTLERY AND CULT’S REVOLVERS.
Several thousand rolls ( .f
JA FAPEV-r^l
lmo.es; WALL PAPER
TVI nc!o w Shade «,
ari'i other I plioDfciv articles will he s-,»!d at reonrKi
h!> low rat' s.
if *—Remember the place, and call and see ns, at th
NEW FIRE- PROOF BRICK,ON FLUME ST
NEXT DOOll TO MAIN STREET.
I’. Fuam p. If. Bptle
North San Juan. Doe r 2-1. 1850 tf
GI.ASSWAR IL, &c.
Join TAYLOR,
I3'i IVnsliliigiou st., San Francisco,
lmporter and Dealer in
Ifri-yyists and Chemical Glassware,
Soda Water Stock.,
LABELS.
Also —a full assortment of Assayers’article*, such as
Crucibles, Retorts, Muffles,
Cupels. Test Tube-. Matrasses. Ac., Ac.
Drßggis<B,ClicuiUts,Go I*l Dust Buyers
Ai d others in want of Goods in the line will be sup*
plied at reasonable prices am! in quantities to suit.
Good*carefully packed without charge, to go toany
part of the .State.
Circulars containing li-ts of the above articles for
warded to parties when requested,
oc 2d Bin is
an*smE2vmn
i EDUCATION A L.
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL
n^ivsnsiTY
State of C alifornia.
mau BOARD are able to announce that the Agri-
M. cultural and Mechanical University ofthe Stateof
California, will commence its first session on the 23d
of November next. It is a private enterprise. They
ask no gift or douat on of a generous public. They
ask only to be patronized. An institution of learning
nin-t. like "very other enterprise, be Deserving, to be
sut tained: if worthy, the pub ic will support it well; if
nor. no bequest of dying millionaire ran make it suc
cessful. The University is a business enterprise. Its
projectors are working men. They intend to make it
in every way worthy i f the people ofthe Golden State,
confident that the people will appreciate their efforts
lt isa workingman's college We believe that the
farmer and the me, bank 1 need an education just as
much as the lawyer and th- doctor, the common man
as much as th • professional gentleman. Has the far
met' less need of brains than the attorney or the inven
tor—than the physician? The colleges ofthe present
tinic are cherishing mothers for young physicians and
lawyers and preachers; but the son of toil finds them
step-mothers who thrust him aside for long-gowned
young professor who intends to rise above mere labor.
Our University shall lie niotherto the laborer who. with
the sweat on his brow and the smut on his hands,stands
forth in the true dignity of his race—the full grown
developed man.
The Uo.rd have located their Institution at Healds
hurg. in Sonoma county, on Hie hank of Russian river
in one of the most beautiful and healthy sections of
onr State.embracing lands unsurpassed in fertility on
tbe Pacific coast. A system of manual labor has been
adopted for the purpose of imparting practical as well
as theoretical instruction in the various branches of
Agriculture and Mechanics, and also of lessening the
expenses ofthe student, one-half of wln»e board bill
for the present session we propone to take in labor, to
be performed at such hours as will not interfere with
the pursuit of a regular course of study, for which the
usual rates will be allowed.
A farm and steam power arc connected with the
University. A large and commodious boarding-house
will be ready for the reception of students, where the
young men w ill be under the immediate supervision of
someo"e of the faculty. Connected wth the Univer
sity is an Academy, for which the same system has
been adopted.
Arrangements have been made for boarding a num
ber of young ladies in private families in tbe village.
TERMS;
For the Primary Department f> 50 per month.
Academic Cla ses 4 00 do
University Classes 6 00 do
Music, Drawing, Embroidery . 2 00 do
Hoard 4 00 per week.
Besides the faculty, the following scientific and lite
rary gentlemen have been engaged to lecture for the
benefit of the classes;
Hou. Dr. -I. S.Ormsby, Rev. E. P. Henderson,
Rev. Jas. Wood*, O. IV Granniss, Esq.,
Dr. Bun bam. Dr. J. J. Piper,]
*• Jas Pierpunt.
Uv order of the Board of Directors.
Wm. M. MACT, Pres'L
Cam. E. Hcttox, See'y. nor II 3ra
DRY GOODS, & CLOTHING.
BLOCOT UKTH
DEALERS EV
CLOTHING, HATS,
BOOTS, &C., 40.,
BRICK STORE,
CORNER **F MAIN AND FLUME STS.,
XORTII SAX JUAX.
We solicit the
attention of Bny-
Uers to our Stock —
pledging ourselves to sell Goods as
CHEAP as any other House in Nevada county.
«S-W c ask but
1 ’ *
OXE PRICE,
And Guarantee Satistiadion
To our Customers.
CLOCK £FCKTH.
GOLD DUST
Purchase Jut the highest rates, by
BLOCK £ KURTII.
Brick Store, corner Main and Flume,
27 North San Juan.
BLOCK & FURTH
Are now prepared to furnish
KRAFTS OX XEW YORK,
AT
SAN FRANCISCO RATES,
AXD
Checks on San Francisco
AT PAR.
North San .Tnan.A’bv. 6, ’5B. 12tf
JACOB LEVY I I CHARLES LEVY
Marysville. J. I San Francisco.
TO
HHTiV DDRS
We are ready to sell yon your
FALLGOODS
In Marysville, at
San Francisco Prices.
Wholesale Warehouse
Furnished in part, with a large assortment of
ClaOTHiliXrG,
K i daily adapted to the wants of the
Mouiilain Merchants
which we are now selling at
SAX FRANCISCO PRICES !
We can boast of the
BEST SELECTED STOCK
OF
CLOTHING,
FANCY GOODS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
BLANKETS,
DUCK, ETC.,
Ever offered for sale in this city.
lIA A’WOOD'S Long aud Short Rubber Roots, a large
stock constantly on hand: also a splendid stock of
BLANKETS. Lawrence and Pilot Duck of every num
ber, offered at San Francisco Prices I
SHEETINGS,
DRILLINGS,
HATS,
CAPS,
& TRUNKS.
Of the last mentioned articles, we have the best and
largest st-s-k ever imported in onr market, and at pri
ces that will make onr customers open their eyes.
Now Merchants of the Hills, for your own goo-1, call
and examine for yourselves, before purchasing else
where, and you will liuu that we undersell any house
in this city.
Orders Promptly Attended To
JACOB & CHARLES LEVY,
ocf 15
jA CARD.
T O THE LADIES.
> ,rU THANKFUL for past favors. I fake pleasure
OHfjCn announcing to the Ladies of North San .1 nan
nnl vicinity that 1 havejust imported and now
have ready for sale an entire new and extensive
assortment of
Fall and Winter Dress Goods
Of the Latest New York styles, comprising
French and Knglish Merino.
Plain and Figured all-wool De Lahies,
Cloths. «ic., &c., Ac.,
Togetherwith a great variety of
and the most desirable articles for
Ladies’ Toilets;
A carefully selected stock of
Ladies’, Misses and Children’s
SHOES.
I would also direct the Ladies’ attention to my new
stock of
PAPER HANGINGS, CARPETS,
Oil Cloths, Mattings,
AND DRUGGETS.
As my Goods have been bought at unprecedented low
rates, 1 am determined to
Sell Goods Low*
And I trust, by strict attention to business, to merit
still furthers liberal share of public patronage.
attention paid to orders.
G. LEVY.
Weiss' Fire-Proof Building, next door to Frank Smith’s
Tin shop. vl nd
C onstable’s sale.
State of California, county of Nevada — ts.
BY virtue of au execution which was to me deliv
ered, issued from the court of Levi Ayres, Esq . au
acting Justice of tin- Ponce in and f--r the county afore
said, bearing date December 21th, a d. 1859, to satisfy
ajndement rendered by Levi Ayres, on the 2-Dh day
of Decemb- r. a. d Inf)*, in favor ot J. Decker & Co,,
and against R >lielt-ui. for ttie sum of $lo;i ai.<l <o cts,
debt, interest, damages and costs of snit, I bare taken
Id execution, and will sell to the high- st bidder for
cash, all ol K. Shelton’s right, title and interest in and
to a house and lot in uppei llnmhng. and known as
th'Allen Hons lying between Tur n-y < Saloon at.d
Holme's old stable—said intei e.-t -oppose I tone one
undivideiUiall ol -aid o-ai-e Als —lns i mill, litleand
interest in and to a house .Mid lot situated in lower
Humbug, aim known nil built » .'lien Jloii<e—
said inter .'St supposed to b one un lividt-d hall of said
bouse.
On MONDAY, the 23d day of January a. d. 1860,
Between the hours of 11 o’cl a:k A. M. and 3 o’clock P.
M. at Columbia Hill, in f out of the Justice’s office.
Taken as the property of R. Shelton, to satisfy the
above demands and accruing costs.
This 2tith day of December, A. t> 1859.
fialte J.M. BROWN, Constable.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
E. V. HATFIELD,
■Wholesale an I Retail Dealer in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Miners 9 Tools, Muck, Quicksil
ver, Carpenters’ Tools,
NAILS AND QUEENSWARE
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
Fiic‘Procf Erick Building*,
MAIN STREET,
.von th sa.v jua.v.
Nor. 17th, 1557. [ 1 13mj
T. P, OTIS & CO.,
Corttrr K and .S' amid gtrei-ts,
M 4 SJISI a e.s.s:.
IMF minus A • l> I).; \ LKHS IN
Ciroceries, E'nn isions, S.iqnoi's
KLIM'!: til: A> N S. . .V. .. Ac .
Offer lor sale Low:
• baneis ami > .• barrels crushed sugar.
a 3-5 llhds rlti.ice Orleans .-ngar;
25u matt., China tugar, No. 1:
lot) barrels clear and mess pork;
3-5 Vj do do do do
20 mnls. Uacon:
350 cases Jewel A Harrison's Lari;
320 barrels Billing's. canvas ami brine Hams:
4fio do choice Rutter,
830 boxes candles:
2037 boxes assorted esse goods;
260 chests black and green Tea:
825 basis Kioand Java coffee:
255 l /x casks assorted Rrandics;
150 libls do whiskey;
3000 % sacks Flour;
450 barrels Ilaxall and Gallego Flour;
1500 sa. ks Harley:
€5O baas white and Davos Deans;
230 V, barrels Dried .AHides:
Oregon Hams, Bacon, Shoulders &c.
29tf T. I‘. UTTS A CO.
FECK & COLEY
CONTINUE to receive their Goods fresh from
the Importers. an I sell at Ihe
Lowest Eates.
Our Goads are selected with great care from tin
BE Tin the market. We keep a general meiil
of all that is required for Family. Saloon and • iners
use, cousistlngof a large assortment of
Household Furniture,
Grocker// and Glassware ,
Alatresses, Pillows,
Blankets. Ac.. 4c.
GROCERIES &. PROVISIONS.
XjlQtjohs, kill
Uf ail Kinds
Hardware and Culler//, Mining Implements ,
Powder and Fuse. Carpenter s Tools.
Nails. Tar. Hope of all s',7. a. In short. If yon want
anything in the line ofni.-rchandise he sure and call al
BE K A COLEYS BRICK STORE.
On Main street, near tlie Big* Hume
A t tlit* siig.ii of t lit*
STARS AXD ST/l/PES.
When* you will find Goods cheaper than
the chesijM >t.
C A Pr.rK w. c. COLEI
Goods Delivered. Free of Charge.
Per. *3. 1859 qy tf
J. J. WOOSTBH,
DEALER IN’
GROCE R I E S
AND
PROVISIONS.
Wines and Liquors.
FLUME STREET,
Opposite San Francisco street.
Mixers would do well to give me a
call, and try my Goods, as I endeavor to sell good
articles t.. the satisfaction Of all, at the I. o \v e k f
Cash Prices.
J. J. WOOSTER.
-Aorta Srm Juan. X'r. 17 1857 , r ltt"|
LI3IULU ! U .I1BLK!!
fWXIIE PRO PR I E TOR S OP THE
JL North Fan Juan Saw-Mill take this opportunity to
inform the pn.>ic that they have recently puiviiased the
above-named property, which has been refitted at great
expense, and that they are iiav prepared to furnish
Sluice and Lumber,
And Blocks of all kinds, on short notice.
AH orders satisfactorily filled and promptlvdelivered.
X'. B. All persons ind-bted to SAX JUAN MILL
COMPANY for Lumber, will please take notice, that
payments must be made to the under igned alone, li
made to anv other party they will not be recognized as
legitimate.’ ’ A S. WADLEIGH,
Agent San Juan Mill Co.
Jnlv2S. 1859. 7tf
Worn! and Luisilkt Yard.
CLARK &, CO. have an extensive Wood and
Lumber Yard at the corner of Cherokee and Res
ervoir streets, by the terminus of the railway. Every
kind of sawed lumber is kept always on band, and
large or small demands can be instantly supplied.
Fire Wood, cither oak pine or manzanita. green nr
dry. for sale in any quantity, and will be delivered at
short notice
Orders can be loft at the Yard, or at the office on
Alain street. J. F. CLARK.
Nov. 19.1859. ff J B JOHN ON.
Private Boarding.
MRS. ELIZA BE IS A R HAS OPENED A
Private Boarding House in North Sau Juan,
On Flume street,
nearly opposite the School House, where persons who
desire cau have the comforts of
A 11J ME TABLE.
<o“Tcrtns reasonable; can be known on application
North San Juan Oct. 8. 1859. t r
Oak Tree
N. F. BROW A’
U KS P EOT ft LL Y informs
the citizens of North San
Inan and vicinity that helms
leased from J W. Guthrie his
Fine New Brick Market,
on Main street, where he will keep always on hand
as heretofore everv kind of
FRESH AND TICKLED MEATS,
Fresh Beef. Pork. Mutton and Veal, kil'cd every day.
The Beat Corned Beef.
Also—
Beet Cattle Tor Sale.
Enquire as above. May 11, 1863.
At the Oak Tree Market,
Yon ran obtain flit* very l»e«t
Corned Beef at cents per Pound
hv the Barrel.or at 15 cents retail.
CLARK k CO.
Dissolution.
is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between the undersign.-«.
umler the name and style of Clark A 0.. in the meat
business at the Oak Tree market in this place, lias been
dissolved t>y mutual consent. Mr X. F. Drown, who
will continue the business at the old stand, is author
ized to make all settlements of accounts.
JAMES l>. CLARK,
N F. BR »WX.
North San Juan, Dec.24th, 1869.
IRON WORKERS.
New Blacksmith
AM)
IRON SHOP
0/i ifa.n opposite Smith's Livery Stable
IVorfh San Juan.
BLACKSMITH ING OF ALL KINDS
Horse and On Shoeing.
IRON DOORS :s n>l Shutters, and Iron Work Id
general imuinfartiireU to order.
Car Wheels for Sale*
Iron and Steel for (sale. Al-o Mining Tools by
3S 3m* MORGAN & GILL.
FT TILLMAN,
90 Battery st.
SA N FR A N CISCO .
.Sole agent lor Tilton & McFarland's
File ami Buiglar Proof Safes
With Steel Vaults and Combination Leeks.
Ora Lock is-o constructed the owner can change
his combination to any letter lie may choose. It
requires no key t.> >•• :i the Safe: only number tbs
lett -rs, which is simple and easy to understand. The
safes are impenetrative to drill or chi-el, and are en
dorser) by hundreds of our merchant-ami hit id:ere. and
also by our G.ivei nueent tin I that of England. who be
ing convinced of their security, have lately sent ns or
ders f r their supply.
Those W'hn are in want of a R e ! I n h I c Safe*
[dense cal! and examine our - before purchasing else
where. 02 3m
Fire! Fire!!
or
Wm
v?* >S
wmi
firm
JOHN R. SIMS.
Successor to Sims ,j' Fraser ,
Oregon st., '..etween rrent and Davis,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Mariufiioturrr of
Fire-Proof 2>cors anil f huUerf
Bank Vaults. Gr r 'i.iny. Railing,
Balconies, L'.,'sc.
V' 11. A very ia j,e a— c(< :; , ,* of very superior
• Doors ami sfinti.e-. , nmiie lured in Xew Yoik
city tor Messrs. Ir e nut a -.ronir and Johnson .t
»'mfie; l of San Frau cisco, all ue .. uuu thoroughly tire
anti thief proof
Ah< —a very large b * of « -co> ’-hand shatters of va
rionsdini aiswns. all for sale at voryh w ;.ut s
A 1 orders from the infer!, r. Ore- .n mid Washing*
ton Territories •r-iny pi ace <m ='. • Pacific coast atten*
iled t > with ['romp'no and di-> a-eh.
ft", Oregon-in el is in front of the Custom llcnsp,
north side of United Slate--■ ~r.rt Buildings. 51 3m
FUETON FOUNDRY
x r o n NTv' o> it.- Li ss .
HINCKLEY & C 0...
First Stieet, bet Maikot and Mission,
SAM FRANCISCO.
ASITACTTRERS .font:- Mtm. Saw
'I us.s... .’i kncsxks. I*i;.m!>s. 1 -t Iron fronts,
for I’.niidin.-. etc All e Is of IRON CASTINGS
furnished nt ,-hort li.di e. K . : y -nrle cf Finishing to
Iron w hen cast. ID*; diingof .Macloncry neatly done.
Pattern-making in all it* various lot ns. Prices reas
onable. 2 Cm
Til A Viih.
LIVERY STABLE.
Qonicr Main and Reservoir streets.
Lit or t h Sa n Jua n .
T. G. SMITH. BARNEY CLOW
SIISTIS CiGOW, Proprietors.
EH Qf|
re n Ifa:
mt they can b.
notice, witli the best
ti . ling pubiio
I at a moment *
Jr’ahdlo and Buggy Horses
LADTF.a, wishing to t ik<
at ourstaßk*. oasy. tc *:.•) * *
excellent »i»K-s.i(hKt*s.
•nnti*
a ho:
»<*a rh>. will find
; aii'ißK’s, wim
Top Kilbies !
And well matched In r- s fur the 'b, desire them.
Horse- kept by the day cr week—..,ll iud and car*,
fully groomed.
Exchanges
WithCampt.'iivil!-. 1 >ie-t Cify ami Nevada.
Their large. n*-w, anil commodious stables enable
them to accommodate a very large number of Ilor.eg,
am! the public can depend njion bndii'.g cv°ry conven
ience and rare that c.v be found in any first-elas.su es
tablishment of the kind
North .San Juan, Dec.latb. l?aS. I7ff
GENTF.AL RANCH SAW-MILL
CLAIIK & CO.
~T \ IUECT tho attention r.f tL** public to tholr
sph ndi l steam saw mill, which vs. m>w turning
uni the very befit of
YELLOW AND SUGAR PINE LUMBER.
of every kind for building and mbting purposes, and
delivering it promptly wherev. rmdered.
They have unrivalled ft pities t r tilling orders im
mediately, ami aiw iys-• 1111 e i,e-t material at the low
est juices. They also Ir.rni-ii crery Kind of
SLX7IC - BLOCKS,
ns directed. ami ran supply the citizens of North San
Juan with tim
ISriit of Fir© Worn]
Orders eni. tie let; : ,t tb,. uilH. nr at the office in San
Juan. • u Main si. ■ t m.-ler the flu me.
J. F. CLARK.
J. B. JOHNSON.
Nor.lrtth » C ;A. tf
If You Want FKBSiI RFEF
KILLED EVERY DAY,
CAL! * •:<
CLARK k CO.,
Oak Tree Market.
For Sal©.
fI'IIIF. TIOL‘?E A LOT In North fan .Tnan. situated
X on the corner of Finnic and San Franejgco Streets;
ana formerly ooeutded by Dr. Eiobelroth.
Wm. 11. MURKAII.
r*.T*r 17th. Pw
Handsome bibi.es >t
,7 FM AM lIKRK * BUTLER'?.
F
ISO’S HAIR RESTORATIVE!
For sale by Fit ANCHtlttl A BUTLER,
j 7 Flume street.
Camphcnc !
AT the San Juan Drug Store, by the case, can or
Stalb-n.

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