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Apollo Among the JBlaows.—Walt. Whit man is a curiosity among the poets. He is a resident of Brooklyn, Long Island, and “one of the roughs." Physically he is a gi ant. lie wears a tall, slouch hat, a red flan-- nel shirt, always *ope« -so a-s to expose the throat, and no coat or Vest except in the depth of winter. He rides -with the driver on the top of the omnibus, with the engi neer on the cars, and chums with the fireman -on the steamboat. He Ims no enemies, and believes that every piece of human flesh has something about it that is godlikoand lovely. His first publication was 'one famg poem, written with a most rcfroifliing disregard of the rules-of poetry. IWe set it ‘up him self—being a printer—and had a fine full length porrmii of himself, in his rough cos tume, frontiregthe title page. Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote to him, *'l greet you at the beginning of a great career." Some of the l*»ew York supers reviewed him -at 'great length, hailing him as a new light in tb% titerary firmament—others denounced his tines as the veriest nonsense and orilylich, as a dtinghfli is, in tilth. His new poenvs «re the first one, broken into chapters and much enlarged. He has become lately a ■contributor to the Atlantic Monthly. Ho is the oddest mortal extant, and his verses, While full of rich, nutty thoughts, and to ’Sensitive minds emhrentiy suggestive, are -about as'fit for general reading as Rabelais. S. F. Bull elm. Weoti 'Growing. —This 'business ln*3 'be come one of first-rate importance in Yuba, Sutter and Butte counties,' and is'proving Very profitable. The Marysville Express is 'assured from the most reliable sources, that for the past four years flocks have increased annually seventy-five per cent, making a 'fair deduction for lambs and wethers, or mutton sheep, that have 'boon slaughtered. Within the past twelve months there has ■been much attention given to the importa tion of the best breeds—some with a view to improving the quality of the wool, while others have an eye to the epicure. Thou sands of dollars have already been expended ■for this laudable purpose, by many herds men and owners. During ihe,pnst week it was only necessary tc watch the various av enues to the city to convince ene of the im portance which the wool Wade with the city ris assuming. 'On Saturday, Messrs. Fall & Co., alone, purchased nearly two hundred ‘bales, while other merchants purchased their fair proportion. The 'dap 's»f one flock is ■mentioned as (having averaged over sis .pounds to the fleece. The First Canal in Washoe.—A corres pondent of the Bulletin writes' S. H. Mariette, former -Surveyor General of California, is now engaged surveying the line of a ditch for bringing water from Clear Creek and the mountains on the west side of Washoe Valley into Gold Canon, the plan ■being to unite the two ditches at-a point on the divide near Carson City. This project, which Mr Marietta assures me is entirely feasible, involves an expenditure of over f 200,000, and yet the stock is all taken, a«d the work is to be pushed to comp-letievß iVt the earliest practicable mowe-mt. We have been shown, says the Sacramento Standard , some specimens of copper and silver ore, taken from the mine of Messrs. Simmons and Tulles, on the Cosumncs rivec ) seven miles southeast of Diamond-Springs. We arc informed that from assays made in this city, it has yielded an average wf 1,137 pounds of copper to the tun, and 17 pounds 13 ounces of silver. The vein crops out at the base of a very high mountain, and es* inbits a width between the wall rocks of abow-t forty feet. Hell tv Prelibation.—A religious extem porary tells of a young man who lately re turned from Washoe, "who saj’s he met about three hundred pack animals loaded for the silver country, and that fully one half of the entire amount was liquors ef some shape- strychnine whiskey and its multifa rious progeny. Poor silver miners ! if they use it, they will get a very considerable por tion of “ fire and brimstone" this side the grave." A Queer Mistake —An exchange, In giv ing a list of mottoes on the transparencies, at the reception of Governor Downey in San Francisco, gives one of them thus: "The Immortal Jackson looks down from his high adobe and smiles approvingly." Fancy Old Hickory looking out of the windows of a heavenly adobe. Of course "abode” must be what was meant. —San Jose Reporter. When Mr. Faulkner, the new American Sinister, went to the Tuilleries to present Sis letters of credence, he entered the hall Where the Emperor was waiting for him, and was passing on to the next, not knowing that he was in the imperial presence. The Bmperor laughed and said: “Never tell me again that the majesty of my person shows itself to every one." ■—- It is reported that the women in Utah arc very indignant at the prospect of any enact ment by Congress against Polygamy. They say,.io is- curtailing them of their rights, and throwing them out of the pale of masculine protection, for “men is skeerce” at Salt Lake, “and weemen is plenty,” The United Slates* District Gou-Jt has or dered a new survey of “Arroyo Scco," in Amador county. The new survey will not include lone Valley, and will cut down the value of the grant some half a million dol lars. The Eyes and Nose —A young lady with eross-e3 - es made a taunting remark about the overgrown nose of another lady, who retorted: “If I have a big nose, thank Heaven I am not obliged continually to look, at it.”— Sierra Democrat. A'party started for Los Angeles last week Po explore the Cervos Islands for gold and silver. Several-years ago specimens of ores were brought from the island by an old trap per named Prentice; A colony of fifty-seven persons will sail from New Y-ork for Africa, in a few weeks, with the requisite machinery for raising and preparing, cotton in the uplands of Western Africa; The Reading Chronicle speaks of an old lady 103 years of age, who mends all the clothes of her son and his family. We suppose she thinks-flat “it is never too late to mend.” WHAT DOES IT BRING US. BY ASMS K. H. FADER. We cling to We, and whsfdoeslfhring-us? Mingled portions of joy amt c*re, Thorns Mini briars that often sting ns. Sting ns with wounds that are ImwH-o bear. We have our being without our asking, Without petition are placed on earth; Some in plenty and pleasure are basking. Some arc pining m>-my less dearth We sigh for wealth, abd +’tnU ilces ft bring'ws ? Anxious days- »T;<t wearisome nights; 'Visions that oft from the truth would win us, So called pleasure that often Wights: Yet ways and means, if we would butttso tte», To till all earth'with ffWltwnd flowers. (Mi, hot too often*we sadly abuse them. ■ Prizing nut rightly our golden powers! "We sigh for fame, and what dees-itbriog es ? Pawning flatterers, and some sincere; Sweet to our pride are the songs they sing’tts, Though reason hardly would stoop to hear. ’Why-should we so much prize and covet That which can do us so little good? Mildly we cling to, fondly we love it, Wbat-flocs'it wredk to Hie grave-worm's food? We sigh for love, and what doe* it >- bflng*fc£? Happiness, misery, bitter and sWect; Wanting, spirit' lightdims^withfn-os, With it how' bravely earth's cares we meet; Sweet consoler, and fierce avenger, Wonderful compound of good and ill, They who willing y make, ye a stranger, Never alius fulfil. We hope for heaven, and what will it bring us? Who has returned frooutlru mystic goal. To tell us the life of the t ondetfuNingerS Who live in the glorious home of the sou! f When dried are our tears, and still'd our larvghter, Hi thtsstrange world of hopes and fears, What v.e know not fto'b tvo shall know hereafter, In the time cot measured by mouths and years! ’Trinity ilotornal. CHIMBORAZO. In i-SOS, Humboldt ascended this great peak of the Andes, to the height of 19,280 feet, lacking 5,138 feet of reaching its bald and hoary summit. He was several tedious da-y-S‘in making the ascent, leaving thunder storms at his feel and tempests of hail and snow, while the rarified atmosphere around him caused the blood to rush from his ears and nostrils. Still he continued his almost superhuman efforts, and would have scaled the prodigious height, but for a sudden chasm which opened between the point he had reached and the main shaft which ter minated fee peak. -Great -was ‘his disap pointment, but (here was - no ’remedy. The chasm could not be crossed. lie could only stand and gaze at the rugged and abrupt 'height, as it dowered into the ether five thousand feet above him. There was noth ing left him but to turn from the scene of grandeur and-reluctantly retrace his steps to the level of the common earth. -No tool but that of the mighty bird, “The condor of the Andes, that can soar Through Heaven's unfathomable depths, or brave The ftirV of'ahe-northaru hurricane. And bathe his plumage in'the thunder's home,” can ever rest upon the lofty top of that ma jestic peak. He mayhap has “furled his broad wing,” upon that lone and silent crag. How often have we thought, as we recur red to Humboldt’s description of bis hard ascent and keen disappointment, how many Chiraborazos there were in the great world of human effort. How many a weary ascent has been made in the upward path of fame or the thousand and one ambitions’Of enr petty lives, without reaching the last, grand poind 'desired-! How ’many a noble spirit, warm with the'enorgy of youth and glowing wife the ardor of genius, has begun fee 'toic o'! climbing the Chimborazo of his ambitious hopes ; has struggled through the tempests, and seen them vainly rolling at his feel, to find at last tha-t tire great hof e of his life was gewe—feat tbo stoTTSs had hut whitened his "head and bowed his form, and that he must abandon the long and toilsome effort, with the bitter words upon his lijps, “I have done rau’ch, but I have failed !” indeed, the lives of the vast majority of men, so far as fee culminating point at which feey aim are concerned, are failures. They do much, but not all that they intended. Some deep chasm, which they •caßnet’CTos?, opens before them in a sudden and wwex pected hour, and they behold the summit to which they aspired, whether of wealth or power or fame, towering aloft awed beyond their reach. Even those whom the world calls most successful are those who most keenly realize that the Chimboraao peak of their life’s young dream has not been as cended.- Maryvtille Demacrtt. Grape Vines Outlast a FaMilV.— The in ducements for cultivating the grape, aside from the exhaustless demand for the article, are increased by the fact feat a vineyard, once established, is a permanent thing. Its productiveness is enhanced with age, and the hundredth year of its growth still sees it giving forth its yield. Thus, generation after generation of one family may live and prosper upon a few acres of a vine-growing region. A peach orchard, if we are not in error in our reading, will not profitably bear more than six or seven years, (at any rate it is so in several of the Atlantic States,) at the expiration of which time the trees must be dug up in order to convert the land to another purpose, it being then unfit for any more peach growing. Another advantage in vine-growing is that there is in it a great economy of space. In every vacant corner, in every sly nook, all along the fences, by the side of the house or outhouses, trailing on the porches and on the roof, in a thousand and one places, unfit for anything else, the vine may grow and flourish .—National Democrat. Green arbors, flower-bespangled walks, smooth turf and shady groves, are the inva riable indices of cultivated and refined tastes —thus written in beautiful language, unob tensive, but legible; they speak in strong voices of the good and pure, ot the natural, beautiful instincts of human nature. A stranger entering a town will readily deter mine the general character of its population by the appearance of the dwellings and grounds. Through the Alta's Carson City correspon dent, we learn that the loss of stock in Car son Valley, the past winter and the present spring, has been immense. The winter, which was very severe, had driven the fam ishing cattle to the vicinity of warm springs and grassy bottoms, where miring down in the hhkl they perished by thousands. At one cf these springs one thousand carcases of horses, asen, cows and swine Were counted upon a single acre of ground. FjjfAJfciAS JffovaMßST.—ft is estimated that the last Pony Express took aboo-t £300,000 in duplicate drafts, for the Bast, which will be presented for payment ten of twelve days before the arrival of fee steamer with the money—in consequence of which fact the bankers talk ot drawing o» time instead of at sight, os heretofore> With the assistance' of a microscope, a grain ot gold may be seen divided into fifty millions of distinct parts. General Merchandise. “Still They Come!” Anotlior Ca&i Store ia the Field. E. V. HATFIELD, to foltov tho«oGd 6*.«nple set by his neighbors, hi tends hereafter to do a Strictly Cash Business, and will sell at redifcesl prices everything in tho fire Provisions, Grofcfcfies, *and Miners’ Supplier, ltardnar« -and Crockery^ CASE LIQUORS, of the best brands: GEYVJIYE DOMESTIC WISES ; ■FLOUR; New Orleans 'and Crushed SUGARS; Camphuin'O, ‘By-the ease; can or retail. A large s'tock of N AILS; Splendid Haiiis and Bacon; In short, everything usually kept in stores of this character may be found of the best quality at Hatfield’s Fire-Proof Sterey West End of Main street, North side. North San Juan,Feb’y 18, 1860. tf Quick Sales and JSmaP! Profits. Cheaper than flic Cheapest! PECK ACOCEV HAVING on band tiie largest and most complete assortment of Goods that can be found in the Mountains—will commence from this date to change •fheirmode of doing business, and sell wholesale or re tail for Cash. tbnlyS We areconfident that by so doing wo can sell Goods enough cheaper to make it an objeot for our customers. HVe have the best qua ity of GROCERIES «fc PKoKTStONSi which we guarantee to sell 5 1301* cent. Cheaper THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TOWN ! Or iciihln fan Miles of 'll! IVe ‘fr.'isb’fiartitularty to Call the atteution of citizens to dttV'itock of F urniture, p.S'we have in stole and are constantly receiving BED STEADS of all sizes and quality. Dining ami Center Tables, Stands, Jluth's, librettos and Solas. ALSO, Ptihi. H-.ir. Moss and Straw MATTRESSES, of all si zes. Blankets, Comforters. Sheets and Billow Slips. CROCKERY tf Hie best quality, consisting of everything needful in private house, hotel or saloon. Together with Cara phene, KEUOSEN E, lard, castor and lamp Oils —all of which we oiler 10 per cent cheaper than any other honse. We invite all tocall and see, and assure them satis faction in regard to prices. •®j»*We keep a team expressly to deliver Goods free of charge.“(ill jan 28 qytf ORIGINAL CASH STORE RE-OPENED BY R. REARER-, FOOT OF MAIN STREET, Where a-ehoice selection of the ftftkWhtg Geoth ‘CUh be found, viz: Grbctrlts anil Hardwart, Crockery, FiirniDirt &. Beddings Window Basil, Boots and Shoes, Cattphenv, Peal anil Polar Oils WlAts, Liquors Ac. 4S“Plensc call and examine Goods and prices. Goods Sold Only fdt Cash I FeVy 4,1800. tt It. fcfcAMER. Quick Sales and No Profils. The Cash Principle In business is * A Necessity of the Times! add for that reason J. J. WOOSTER will sell Goods R-oih His More on Flume street, NORTH SAN JUAN, For cash and CASH ONLY! He can consequently Sell as Cheap as Any One Else ! Although he does not pretend to keep The Biggest Stock In the Maanttiai, be yet has an abundant supply of Groceries and Provisions, Wines and Liquors , Canvas, Mining Implements, and Miners’ Supplies Generally § Besides every variety of Articles for Family tfs6, of the best quality, a complete inventory of which need not be given. HE MEM33EH To trade at Wooster’a Cash. Store t feb lltf T. P. OTIS & CO., Corner A and Second MARYSVILLE. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Liquors FLOUR. GRAIN Ac., Ac., Ac., Ofter for sale Lowi fC barrels and crushed ail gar, fk m tW 35 Hilda choice Orleans sbgar; -50 malts China tugar, No.l; 150 barrels clear and mess pork; 325 do do do do 20 hlids. Bacon; 350 eases Jewel A Harrison's Lard; 320 barrels Billing's, canvas and bribe Hams; 460 do choke Batter; 830 boxes candles; 2037 boxes assorted case goods; 260 Chests black and green Tea; 325 bags Rio and Java coffee; 255 Vs Casks assorted Brandies; ioO bids do whiskey; 3000 sacks FloUh 450 barrels Haxall and GallcgO FloUr; 1500 sacks Barley; 650 bags white and Bayos Beans; 230 V- barrels Dried Apples: Oregon Rams, Bacon, Shonldcfs Ati 29tf T. P. OTIS A CO. COLUMBIA HjLL STORE! WC. COLEY has on hand a choice asstfft • meut of Groceries, Provisions, Filrititilre. Mi ning Implements. Carpenter Tools, Matresses, Cloth ing. and other Goods too numerous to mention, which he offeisto the public at low rates for dash. Only! A share of patronage is respectfully solicited. feb 18tf Hams and Bacon! California and Oregon hams a bacon.— freeh, at jan2S PECK A COLEY’S. California Hams and Bacon. TTTE have a large quantity of Hams and Bacon'of \V our own curing, which we wish twclose'out cheap for cash j. W. GCTIfRiB; apr 7 tf Uni Tree Market. CAsipttMjre i For sale by FRANCUERE A BUTLER, j 7 Flnme street. CHOICE assortment of BOOTS, at in 21 uEAMfeirs; Clothing, Boots & Shoes. “CHEAP JOHNf~ MAIN STREET, Neit Y© sierra Nevada Hotel S. TIAA-S & CO,, AUCTIONEERS. •Have mi haticl ahd 'tire daily receiving from oirt Importing House, SMT FRAXCtSGO, ...THU... liatest Styieif ...Cf... events IDIO tiling BOOTS, HATS. Garnishing Which We will sell at as LOW PRICES FOR CASH As (Key cantfe sofd'lnSau Francisco. Also—a full assortment of YANKEE NOTIONS KNIVES &G., A full stock of RUBBER GOODS, In every variety. Nov. 10,1859. tf S. HAAS k 'CO. NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE. OPPOSITE Schardin’s Saloon, MAIN STREET. Having jnst dpePwl a Hoot and Shoe Store 'la this pitted, fhetindersigncd Tronld respectfully inform the gentlemen in this vi cinity th!;t he ran sapply their wants ifi ttts "file with the Best Quality,and at tho I.9W«St PrPc«B) Eithe rof Eastern manufacture, or Made to Order! The subscriber is a practical Boot-maker, and will variant afl'K’rs Iv-oHc. Otve W?tn a trial, and yon will be satisfied. JOSEPH fi \RNISII FEeIER. North Sail .loan, Jan. 21.1858. 10 ifiy Pictures. Art Amid the Sierras. THE subscriber takes this method of iuforming tho citizens of California that he has refitted his rooms, and is now prepared to take all kind, of Pictures kno'tvii to tho IlriTOgriphic Art, unsurpassed ifi the wm*d; thAt he his Wade special arrangements for por 80118001*1115 from di-tant 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 Trill pay them for their time and trouble in editing. Those arrangements have been made in View of Vhe fact that the country is flocked with unskilful ogeia trt"S, VttiCse Vvork is not only Wanting in chemical enect. and everything that constitutes a good pfettae. but owing to tho improper use of tho chemicals employed, they are rendered perishable and worthless. To avoid tho impositions practiced, the citizens of this and the adjoining MlVrtlifs, Ami travellers, are fWcsl f - espeOlfdili’inVile<llo cAI) upon Rim at bjs rooms, 1(1 Grass Valley, Where he will ‘be foOd ready, at nil ’times, and hi all kinds of weather, to take pictures in the best style by all the various processes now known, some of which afe as follows: Ambrotypes, Photographs, PANEOYPES, MELAINOTYPES, Stereoscopic Pictures AND Sunlight Paintings on Mica. —AISO Sratettt lidalUfef &fi<l Oil Oloth Pictures. Artistic and life like pictures by all tho above new and beautiful processes, of finer tone and infinite du rability, unsurpassed for boldness of outline or beauty of finish, will bo exectftOd St all times and in all kinds of weather. Persons heretofore unsuccessful in obtaining perfett pictures are particularly invited to call. Old daguerreotypes and other pictures copied, im proved and rendered imperishable. VieWs of buildings, mining claims, Ac., taken at the shortest notice. Deceased persons taken in the must appropriate map per. N. B. Instructions given in all departments of the Art at WOOD’S AMBROTYPE GALLERY, Mill st., grass valley. By T. M. Wood. Sept. tf. x. o. or o. p, SAN JUAN LODGE. At?. 67. I. 'O. nf O. F. meets eVOty Moiidilj- eteriidr. at o’clock, at the Odd Fellows’ Hall, East Main street, North Sail Juad. Brothers cf the Order in good slatidiHg Are invited to attend-. ti. 11. FOWLER, N. O. W. HeatoS, Sec’Jr. Sons of Teitiperancfc. HYDRAULIC DIVISION no. 213, meets at the M. E. Church in North Sau Juan, every Wednesday night ut 7Jo’clock. Traveling brothers are invited to attend. J. STOTLEK, W. P. J. W. Sprat ce. R. S. Lawrence Duck! JjjHOM 000 to 000000. Hydraulic Duck I From I—o tff just received by BLOCK & FURTH, feß4 IVhicil they sell Chertp. Canvas, iftni rtctlved by BLOCK i FURTH, A large lot of Canvas. Nos. 3-0 4-0 5 0 6-0 7-0 8-0 9-0 Which they sell at the lowest market prices. Variety Stores. fifl EATEXci IE ¥ E NT! y -.MS’ use c m Selling Off! Selling %ff! The undersigned offers his entire slock of Goods at cost! consisting of Fine Havana Cigars ! A Tariety of Tobacco, Playing Cards, Pipes, snuff, Matches, 4c., a Ist—aline assortment of ■"Fancy Goods! Cutlery and Pisto'3. Chessmen and liackganimuulloards. A large of PKIIFUMERY 1 Frobi the most celebrated bTanu aetorios. Confectionery, of oil Kinds. He-birs nhso assortment of Musical Instruments Consisting (5f Titus Guitfcrs, Violins, Flntiiius, Flute?, Accordeons, etc. Also, strings and futures for Instruments. Violin Bows, Ac. 30,000 Cigars: Which I offer at very low rates. Persons will do well to call and examine my large and well assorted stock before purchasing elsewhere. /fijH’articular attention given to orders from a dis tance. All Goods not found as represented, returnable. S. SAMELSON. Mail; sheet, next to the Union Hotel, North San Juan decvU tf Selling Off! CLOSING GUT AT COST! w. M. COHN HEREBY informs everybody I bat he is selling out at cost, fu quit the business, hlr Large Stock of Fancy Goods Embracing Rooks and Stationery, Cutlery, Pistols g M tigars and Tobacco, and an immense variety of articles <4 chat cannot bo ci umerated. CALL AND SEE! North San Juan, February 11th. ISM). ATTLVTIOX, EVERYBODY! BARNET LEVISON Has just received from below a choice stock of •Cigars and Tobacco,- Whb h he is prepared to dfspdSeOf at Wholesale or retail at very low rates. I’ipes, Tobacco anu Shftif Soie», And FANCY GOODS in an endless variety. Confectionery, Fruits &c. lf*cei*ted weekly, and sold cheap for the oro. CHEAP PUBLICATIONS, Beautiful Prihts, Playing Cards, Stationery, Ac., Ac. CUTLERY. The keenest kind konstantly kept on sale for hash. Stor'e oil Main** reel, next to t*ost Office niy’Jl Medical. WOLFE’S SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS! I beg to call the attention of the merchants of Cali fornia and Oregon to a superior article of Holland Grin Manufactured by Myself Exclusively, AT SCHIEDAM, HOLLAND, And to distinguish it from every zither Alcoholic Stimu lant in the world, I gave it the name of Schiedam Aromatic Schaajips. It is the Pure TiNCTcmt a? JuxtYe’r, distilled from the BEST BARLEY that can "he selected at any cost. It is flavored and medicated, net by the common harsh berry, but by the choice botanical' variety of the Aro m vtic Italian Jumper Berry, whose more vinous ex tract is distilled and rectified with its spirituous solv ent; ami thus it becomes a concentrated Tincture of Exquisite Flavor and Aroma, although transcendant in its Cordial and Medicinal Properties to any Hol land Gin in the Wot Id. Since the introduction of the celebrated SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS, file proprietor has submitted to the .WHOLE MEDICAL FACULTY of the United States. Over THREE THOUSAND ENDORSE IT, over their own signatures, to be the Purest Alcohoih Stimulant hole ill Use. They also speak of the Great Success they have idol with in theft practice in Gravel, Gout, Chronic Rheu matism, Obstructions of the Kidneys, Bladder and Uri nary Organs. Persons traveling in the Southern and Western States should always have a supply on hand as a Preventive against Ague and Fever 4dd changed' water. The Physicians in New Orleans and St Louis prescribe it with great confidence iri case of Cholera, on account of the Purity of the Article UDOLPIIO WOLFE. CAUTION to THE PUBLIC; Since the introduction of my Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps into the United States, a number of Liquor Mixers in New York, Boston. Philadelphia and San Francisco, have been engaged in putting up niixed and poisonous Gin in cases and jags, to be painted offnpoh the nnVvary for my genuine Schnapps. At first, they boldly counterfeited my name, but I soon stopped that by causing several o'fttfenT tola* arrested. They now confine ttu idfelYcS to closely imitating the appearance and shape of my bottles, and the peculiar wrapper Which 1 haye always vised, viz; VELLGW PAPER, printed with BED and BLUE INK, PASTEBOARD PRINTED CAPS. Bnvdre of these Imitation, Bogus Schnapps. If the liquor were fit to drink, there would be no t.eed to palm them off by counterfeiting the peculiar style and appearance of the GENUINE WOLFE'S SCII NAIM’S A void these mixed and doctored-up imi tations, as you won Id avoid Shattered Nerves, Ruxtwl Stomach and Delirium Tremens. The Pore aha genu ine Schnapps have my name oh the bottle, cork, and a fac-simile of a signature oh the label. For sale by all the Wholesale Druggists and respectable liqiior dealers in the United States. UDOLPIIO WOLFE, Sole Importer and Manufacturer. , 18, 20 and 22. Beaver st. New York. The word Schiedam Schnapps belongs exclusively to roy article—all other are counterfeit, and an imposi tion on the public. declO 6m BAH JFIHT TISEATEIt. ... ’ rri Ills BUILDING, situated prominently on Maih I street, has lately been rented by the subset fher#, and handsome ly fitted up for Dramatic Exhibitions, Concert* and Lectures. The eeats Will comfortably ac commodate a large audience. The attention of Managers and Agents is particularly invited to the abofS. FNGMAN A PEARSON. Best letter paper i at FUANCHEUE & BUTLER'S, F 1 nine street HARDWARE! at REAMER’S. JJOPE! at REAMER'S. Hotels and Restaurants-. WHAT mi EiSl SAt-HAMFNTO ST., San Pranciscb LA.EG E S T > Best and Cheapest HOUSE IX CALIFORNIA ) 15y its lmprovement and Enlargement it can now accommodate all who apply. R B. WOODWARD, mar 31 3m Proprietor. Freeman's Crossing* Teamsters and Traveler^ Your attention is directed to Bridge A SCIBSTASTIAL structure crossing this /m vtiddle Yuba two miles from North San Juan, oh the best route from Marysville to the towns of upper Yuba and Sierra Tlio Is wide, constructed upon an easy grade furtho heavic/t load;-, aid is always kept in good order by the subscri ber. Tlio Hotel affords accommodations of the first class, and the stables tue commodious and well attended. Kay and Barley for Salfc In quantities to suit. THOMAS FREE'MA , N t . Freeman's Crossing. Nov. 5.1859. tfqy Sierra Aevada lloteli J. UOKUOIV, INFORMS the traveling: community an id citizens gebcrallv th&t having newly plastered, refitted kiid I* * ? • m iHpp, Xi.g-.-t'ovL Tlio rou 2: hly the above well-known stiihd, he has now opened it to the public, and intends that it shall acquire fhe^atfto'Of A First Class Hotel. BE D S Of unexceptionable comfort and clean!inoss. Private Rooms For Families or other persons desiring them. North tiaa Juan, Nov. sth, 1859. Fare Reduced k Speed Increased Tlie Union Hotel, ENGMAN & PEARSON, Propriety's. Main st., North San Juan, Is> kept as a first-class house of public entertainment ami is already well known to travelers as the General Of&cSSd For this part of the Mountains. Stages start from daily for Marysville. Nevada. Sacramento, Camptofi vil)**-, Forest City, Cherokee. French Corral, Sweetlati4, aioi the Flats and Hills on the Hidge. It will bo maintained in improved style bv the pres ent proprietors, who. id conform to the eccWi'ftrfcal teh •’secies of the day, have made a Reduction in Prices! Bo inn by the Week, |7 06 Single Meals, 50 1 he Bed-rooms and Beds are all cleanly and comfort able. and the weary wayfarer will find the TOfdfe A welcome place of rest. KNGMAN & PEARSON. Oct Cth, 1859. vln'Jltf • in • ill SAN JUAN BAKERY. BOARDING and LODGING The undersigned respectfully fhforfirti his friends and the public generally that be'has now finished his FIRE-PROOF BRICK BUILD I N d •, For the JccoffitnOrtMlou of all those who may favor hitfi with a call. tt’l. No trouble will ho sfiVrcd ti give satislbfrtion. #3“All kinds of CAKE, for Wedding ami Parties, will be furnished at short notice. HENRY FRKCDENTIIAL. North San Jnan, Nov. 12, 1858. 13 6m UNITED STATES HOTEL. Corner C a'firl Third ifnfsft, ifrari/sville. The Proprietors would respect fully inform their friends and the public that they have recently, at great expense • • | • fitted up this new Hotel in a style unsur- paSSed By ft**.v hoUse in the city, and are now prepared to accommodate all who may deslVe good living, a well ventillated room, or a good bed. Mr. Stokes fi? Well known as the former propriety of "Charley's Restaurant,” wliere he was acknowledged as the 1-cst caterer in the city: his reputation is, there fore, most favorably established, llisold friends are resjcttfuliy ill'vlted li call at his new house. TER M S : Board per ff eek J 7 00 Board with Lodging $9 k 10 00 Single Meals ; SO Lodging SO W.C STOKES, 28 3m A. M. SHIELDS. Washington Restaurant Main Street, North San Juan. GEORGE CULLODI Informs the public that he continues to keep a first-class Restaurant and Boarding House at the above stand, serving up in his best style all the dainties and luxuries of the market MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Clean Rooms and Clean Beds For regular and transient lodgers, have been fitted up in connection with the Restaurant. They will bo found inferior to none. PUBLIC OR PRIVATE PARTIES Furnished with Dinners or Suppers to order, in the most satisfactory manner. Give George a Call. aug!3s2tf BOARDING HOUSE/ MRS. RACHAEL MESTAYER has opened a comfortable private Boarding House od Main street. North San Juan, iit the building formerly, occupied by Dr, Randal, and lias accommodations foil a lew more gentlemen. TERMS MODERATE. April 14lh, 1800, tf ItltillliW The following Blanks can alvtay* be obtained at this office, at San.- Francisco prices. Executions, Warrants’ Summons* Constable's and Sheriff's Sales. Affidavits, Garnishee*,' subpoenas, Deeds, mortgages. Releases, Lease’s Under: takings, Examinations, commitments, acknowledgements, jury summons'd Venire, writ*,' appeal hi mis. Recognizance. Ac., Ac; Blanks of all kinds printed to order. Blanks! Blanks! . rUSTIOE’B Warrants and SUMMONS’—ruled throughout—just printed dud fbr sale at this office by the quire or hundred. RIJGGLCS PRESS FOR SALE An old pattern Buggies Press— 9xli’ —price, $75, cash. Apply at (his office. H ANDSOME BIBLES «t * j 7 FRANCHKRK A BPTLWnf