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VOL. 3.
Ifa §>gfoa«lic
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING
BiVSMM & WATERS,
Editors and Proprietors,
Terms for the Paper.
Oa«Tesr,isTarMMyia»4*M«e .$5 00
8U H«Un, ** « « 300
Three “ “ “ « 200
Terms for Advertising.
Qae Square, (l2 lines) first insertion, $3 00
Bach Mfceequent insertion, 1 00
Airiness cards not exceeding four lines of this
type, will be inserted fur $6 00 a quarter.
The Immigration. —The overland immi
gration has commenced coming in, though
not in so great numbers as in former years.
We daily meet these new comers in our per
egrinations about the city, and judging from
the jaded and travel-worn appearance they
Invariably present, we conclude the journey
“the plains across” is now quite as arduoiis
as when we made it in 1849. The immi
grant is generally disappointed and dissatis
fied with the country on his arrival here.—
He seems to have started with the ideas that
prevailed in 1849 and ’so—that the gold lays
on the top of the ground everywhere ; or
that the new comer has only to intimate
that he is willing to wort for wages and he
will be besieged at once by a crowd all anx
ious to secure his valuable services, at any
wages he may demand. It takes but a little
experience in the country, however, to con
vince him ihut such expectations are a shade
too rosy tor the day of his coming. He
finds tli -t t the gold lays a great way under
the ground and in very email quantities, at
that, and is to be had only by the severest
toil ; that employment is difficult to obtain
and wages small. However, he should not
be discouraged. If he be determined to
succeed he can do so. Let him set about
doing whatever may offer, even at the cur
rent wages, and if he persevere, practice in
dustry, economy and temperance, he will
have a “dead thing on a pile” in the course
of time, and a much shorter time than in
any of the Eastern States He can’t afford
to treat often, it is true, nor to irrigate him
§elf with liquid lightning at two bits a flash :
and he should avoid farro and poker, for all
these are fundamentally opposed to fortune
making; these were the “elephants” of the
early days of California, at whose feet the
miner, mechanic and merchant were wont
to deposit their honest earnings, and which
never failed in a little while to most effectu
ally “play them out.” —Placerxillc Dan.
f)<»p..fliTioJr SikaMßl!iP Link—The 'al
lowing, from the New York Commercial Ad
vertiser of the 10th May, throws some light
bn the flurried state of Panama and Pacific
Mail stocks in the New York market:
There is a prospect for a determined op
position to the Panama route for the Cali
fornia trade and travel. In addition to the
Granada and Moses Taylor, already dispatch
fed to the Pacific, the Coatzacoalcos has been
purchased for New Orleans parties, (into
whose hands she came as security for advan
fces) for about $60,000 —a very moderate fig
tire. The sale was for cash. It is under
stood that she will sail for the Pacific in a
few days, to take her place in the line. The
Illinois and Star of the West ate to perform
the service on this side) with another Vessel
not yet nimed.
The Illinois, ofi he* febUA IHp will be
thoroughly overhauled, and have neW boil
fers put in. The Isthmns of Tehuantepec
Will be used for the transit, and the deter
mination is to make the trip in eighteen
days. It seems to be generally understood
that the parlies who were OWners and con
cerned in the old Sloo mail contract, the
parties in interest in the (Cedar Key and
Fernando) Florida railroad, and several in
fluential and wealthy capitalists at Wash
ington and the South, with some parties
here, have combined to give strength and
solidity to the affair. A determined effort,
backed by strong influences, will be made
to get a mail contract from the next Con
gress, via Tehuantepec, in eighteen days
time. California will back this application,
and the hoped-for effect Upon her elections
in ay lead to strong exertions in its behalf by
politicians.
English a»0 FAeNcil Navies.—Dondld
McKay, the great ship-builder, writes to the
Boston Commercial Bulletin some of the
besults of bis observations in the British
navy yards. The Government is now build
in# 53 steam War Vessels; of various kinds,
carrying 1783 guns, or nearly as many as
the whole United States navy. By the mid
dle of next year, when the ships now on the
stocks are completed, the British fleet will
Count 735 vessels, with 17,099 guns, and
133,f86-horse power, or about eight times
&s many guns as our navy. Over two hun
dred thousand men will be required to roan
the vessels. The French navy is, in guns,
only little over half as strong as the En
glish. *
MaS ts Wonderpclly Made.'— Man has
tire power of imitating ;.lmost every motion
bur t h..i of flight. To effect these, he has in
toatiif.'y .mi health, 6 ! ' bones in his head ;
60 i>. Ois thighs and legs; 62 in his arms
and bauds, and 67 m his back. He has,
also. 434 uiuS‘ ies. His heart makes 64 pul
sations in a minute, and therefore 3,840 in
an hour —making 92,160 in a day. There
are also three complete circulations of bis
blood in the short space of an hour.
As Fab Up as they Own.— We have just
heard a good ’un. Not long ago a distin
guished divine was walking with a friend
past a new church, in which another distin
guished divine is shepherd. Said the friend
to the D. D., looking up at the spire, which
was tall and not yet completed :
“ How much higher up is that going to bc. ;
« Not much, - ' said the D. D., with a sly
}aogb, “ they don't own far in that direc
tion.
THE HYDRAULIC PRESS.
The First Cocoons Raised In Callfbr*
nla.~Opening of a New Source of
Industry and Wealth.
Mr. Henry Hentsch, banker of this city,
has favored us with a number of cocoons of
silk worms, produced in the garden of Mr.
L Prevost, at the San Josi Nursery, at San
Josi. These are particularly interesting as
the first cocoons yet grown in California,
and are entitled to special notice From the
(act that the repeated experiments which
have been made here to this end, have at last
been crowned with success, and thus a new
field for enterprise and industry is opened to
our people.
For several years Mr. Hentsch has been
convinced of the adaptability of our climate
to the production of the mulberry tree and
the silk worm. About three years ago he
commenced making experiments, and im
ported a quantity of mulberry seeds from
France. These were sent to Mr. Prevost,
who with commendable seal, put them in,
and the result was a rapid germination and
growth, and in a little over three years they
had become trees and were producing fruit.
The next thing was to send for the silk
worms.
It will be remembered that the disease
which appeared among the silk worms in
France and Italy a few years ago, alarmed
the producers and manufacturers so that
they sent to China to replenish the stock ;
and the agents passing through this city, we
then called attention to the fact. They ar
rived here from Hongkong and took steamer
for New York and thence to Europe. One
of these agents, knowing the interest taken
by Mr. Hentsch in the subject, gave him a
numoer of the eggs, which were at once
availed of by Mr Prevost. But in addition
to this source, Mr. Hentsch sent to China
tor rggs at three different times; but,
owing to the inferior quality tljey did not
succeed in raising them. Not disheartened
by this failure he then sent to Turkey (Bul
garia and Adrianople) and procured another
lot which proved to be good, and from these
and the few Chinese ones which the agent
let him have, the present lot have been
reared.
They are pronounced by those who pro
fess to know about silk worms, to be not
only the largest, but the most delicate in
texture and color ever seen, and Mr. Hentsch
himself, being a good judge, thinks he never
saw any equally fine. Our own knowledge
of the subject is but limited; but to judge
from the appearance of those now before us,
we should say they were of a superior qual
ity. Some are milk white, and others a pale
yellow, or golden color. They are covered
with a delicate webbing of silken threads,
and within each rattles the lifeless form of
the industrious little animal that has thus
spun its own tomb.
The long-mooted problem of the ability
of our soil to produce the mulberry, and of
our climr.tc to raise iho silk worm, is now
satisfactorily settled. Grain and wine, wool
and the precious metals are a fixed fact.—
Silk may now certainly be added to the pre
cious list of our products. The price of
silk has been steadly rising, With the in
creased demand, for some years. More than
■p'40,000,000 worth of the raw material is
annually consumed in the French manufac
tories, and yet the demand is augmenting.
Now when we consider that the raising of
the silk worm is at least an uncertain em
ployment in Europe, owing to the casualties
of rain, thunder and lightning, and other
casualties which are destructive to them,
and that here in California the very requi
sites for their successful production exist, it
seems a foregone conclusion that this branch
of industry must soon be commenced in a
land so eminently favorable to it. It is no
longer an experiment. The ball has been
set in motion and it only needs a few enter
prizing men to make it a general thing.—
Until Colonel Ita'rasfcthy opened np the re
sources of Sonoma Valley with his experi
ments in grape vines, no one thought of go
ing extensively into that business. But his
example ha* been tdftlagious, and at pre
sent the cdUtVAliOh Of the vine bids fair to
overshadow everything else in that valley.
It has been the same with dozens of other
things. All that was wanted was for some
enterprising man to start in and his success
emboldened others. California has within
herself resources which are yet but in their
Infancy | and great as has been the progress
of vine and wool-growing, we are inclined
to think that the culture of the silk worm
ttiay be ttiade to rival them in value.
The market for raw silk is unlimited. It
Can never be overstocked. The business
cannot be overdone. No matter how much
Is raised, it will instantly command A price,
especially as the product in Europe threat
ens to be cut off. It requires little or no
capital j no expensive buildings j children
or women can employ themselves, as in
France, in the cultivation of the trees;
which, in Erance requiring four or five years
to reach maturity, are here warmed by our
prolific soil, into bearing condition in three.
There are pjenty of Italians and French here
who understand the business, and plenty
more can be brought here; Chinamen can
be set to work by thousands, if required ;
or even Indians. The seed can now be ob
tained in endless quantities, as Mr. Prevost
has upwards of 40,000 trees in his nursery.
The tree is not only useful but is a beautiful
ornament; while the fruit is proverbially
nutritious and palatable.
Our people should take this at once into
consideration, and whenever a shade tree is
to be planted, let it be a mulberry tree. It
costs no more than any other, and is at once
a valuable piece of property. Finally, the
cultivation of the mulberry tree and the silk
worm, seems to have been especially design
ed by Providence as an easy and agreeable
means ot wealth for California. The beau-
I tiful specimens before us indicate what can
! be accomplished, and it may be set down as
a fixed fact, that the business will yet be
reckoned among the great branches of Cal
. ifornia's industry. —Alta California.
Eleven women in Chester, Illinois, re
cently armed themselves with axes, hatchets,
revolvers, knives, and other offensive weap
ons and broke up the liquor shops in that
town. A meeting of the liquor dealers was
subsequently held, and bold resolutions
; against the women adopted, but what action
| they led to is not stated.
NORTH SAN JUAN, NEVADA CO., SATURDAY, SEPT. 8, 1860.
Variety.
C. ST. LOUIS,
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
AT THE SAN JCAN DRUG ft ORE,
MWn street, N«rth San Jnan<
I take this method of informing mj
friends and the public that I have removed to
;tlie FIKB-PROOF BRICK, known as tbe &n
I nan Drug Store, where I am prepared M repair watch
es, clocks &c.,at very low rates and in a satisfactory
manner. I keep on hand an assortment of
FINS JEWELRY,
Consisting of Buckles, Bracelets, Necklaces, Chains,
Charms, fine Gold and Enameled Lockets, Brooches,
Far Kings, Finger Kings, sleeve Buttons, gold and
silver Thimbles, Gents’ Fob Buckles, Pins, rings, studs
&c., all of which will be sold at fair prices.
Jitwelry made to Order.
Plain and Fancy Jewelry made in a workmanlike
manner.
Sign of the Big Watch.
my 19tf
House and Lot for Sale.
CK« POWERS offers for sale his House and
• Lot on Jherokee street, in the town of North
San Jnan.
The Lot is 120 feet square, is neatly fenced and plan
ted With sixty Fruit Trees, some of them bearing, ami
provided with stable and other out-bouses.
The Dwelling is commodious and comfortable, and
the neighborhood, consisting entirely of dwelling hou
ses. quiet and respectable.
The proprietor desires to move onto a larger tot In
another part of town, which is his only motive for
selling.
For terras and other particulars call at this office, Ct
at Coley’s store, Main street, on
maylQtf C. E. POWERS.
Dissolution.
r I tIIE copartnership heretofore existing between
X the undersigned, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. \V. J. Maldoon is alone au
thorised to sign in liquidation.
A. KUXAST,
W. J. MALDOOtf.
Mr. S. S. 13. PECK is this day admitted as a
partner with me in the
Cigar ami Tobacco Business,
which will be continued at the old stand, south
side Main street, under the name and style of
Peck & Maldoon. '
Thankful for the very liberal patronage here
tofore bestowed on me, I would respectfully soli
cit its continuance to the new firm.
W. J. MaLDOOX,
niJ’Frcsh FRUITS constantly on hand.
North San Juan July 21, 1860. jv'2B-3w
I. T. SAXBY
HEREBY informs his friends
X'y.y~-v. « <g and the public that he has removed
from the ohl stand, to
NEW AND COMMODIOUS STABLES,
AND COKRAL,
At the Foot of Main street,
and having associated liimself with the Messrs. Hufla
ker, is better prepared train ever to furnish excellent
accommodations for stock ofal kinds, and to stipplV
HAY AND GRAIN
of the best quality, at tbe lowest market price.
Hetu niug thanks for the past liberal patr.in.Tge.(hey
most respectfully soliclta continuance of Hie same.
Hat and Un.vilt delivered to any part of the town,
free of charge.
HCFPARKRB & SAXBY.
North San Juan, June 30th, 1800. tf
C. L. tow .. ...-F. F. tow
LOW BROTHERS & CO.,
BANKERS,
Corner Plaza and High sts», Marysville
Gold Dust purchased at the highest market rates:
Advances made on Gold Dust for Assay, or Forward
ed to the Mint for coinage.
Checks at Par, OU Porrot & Co»,
San Francisco.
Onr SI ft lit Exchanges
For sale on
HOWLAND &, ASPINWALL,
NEW YORK.
Also, on the other principal Eastern cities.
Purchase city, county and state securities, certificates
of Deposit, anil other Exchange, at current rates,
and transact a
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
June Hi 3m
COTTA PERCHA GOODS.
mHE undersigned haring been ap-
JL pointed by the
Gntta Percha Manufacturing Co.,
of New York, sole agents for the sale of their Goods,
are now prepared to take orders from the trade, for
quantities, at the lowest New York prices.
The article, Gntta Percha, is now well known to be
an entirely different thing from India Rubber, (with
which, however, It is often confounded,) possessing
qualities which make it useful for every purpose to
which the latter can he applied, and possessing othei
valuable properties which that has not. Unlike India
Rubber, it is not effected by (tils er acids, and is war
ranted not to become sticky or decomposed, in the hot
test climates. It also possesses that great property of
value in Rubber, cheapness, costing no more, and an
swering ft better purpose. The article of
Machine Belting,
Made by this Company, is now greatly irt rtic among
the large factories of the East, universal testimony
having been given as to its vast sttJjeMdHty over India
Rubber lielililg, and Its equal goodness with the best
Leather at f isle, fVhfte llle cost is FAR less. Flexibility
and Durability afehere’eombined. We can supply any
sifte or thickness that may be required. The
ttydranllc Hose
Made by this Company, is very popular cn account of
its great strength and durability. It may be subjected
to the hardest usage without fear of its being torn at
cut by sharp stones or the rough Character of the
ground. A size is now being made which is believed to
be very superior for the purpose of
Hydraulic Mining,
Combining as it does, the qualities of STRENGTH,
FLEXIBILITY and DURABILITY; and it cftfl be fur
nished at a moderate cost compared with any thing
else that is capable of doing the same amount of work.
This we can supply according to order.
From the vast superiority in ail its respects of the
Gutta Percha Clothing,
Made by this Company, large orders have been receiv
ed from the Government, for the nse of the
United States Arnly,
Of coats, pants, riding leggins. ponchos, etc. Also. Of
camp mattresses, blankets. Knapsacks. Tent Knap
sacks, etc. These last will he fonnd of value to mi
ners, and for camping purposes generally.
The trade are invited to examine onr samples.
CHAS. P. DANIELL & CO.,
55, Commercial street, corner Battery,
jnne 23 3m San Francisco.
DRIED Cherries!
English Currants,
Fresh Prunes,
just received and for sale by W. C. COLEY'.
Furniture.
CHAIRS, Bedsteads, Tables, Ac., at
reduced prices. W. G. GOLEY
TO MOTHERS.
MRS. SARAH COOK offers her services to
the mothers of San .Inan and vicinity asa nurse
Recommendations of the higheft order given.
Inquire at this office.
Canvas! Canvas !
A LARGE quantity of every size from I—o to 10—0
mar 17 at BLOCK i FURTH’S.
Kerosene Lamps !
ANEW lot ofthese.celebrated just received
at the SAN J UAN DRUG STORE.
Jy7
Business Olirilcu
Justice «f U«
Bridgeport Township. Office, in the old Masonic Hall
Main s:re«, San Joan. 1 tt
0. P. STIDGER,
Attorney at Law, Notary Public,
And Conveyancer. Office on the north side of Main
street, one West of E V. Hatfield’s store,
Oppositethe Piotteer, NCttfß SAN JUAN.
Nov. 13, 1857. 1
C. WILSON HILL,
Attarttfey It Llw,
Will attend promptly toall businessconfidedtohia care
in Nevada and adjoining counties.
Office In Abbott’s Building, NEVADA. tfl6
C. E. De l6Ng,
Attorney at Law,
D street, ......... Martsthu.
Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel, up stairs. JunlO
PAINTOIOI
Carriage, Sign and House Painting,
Paper Haxqino, Ac.
Done in the best manner, by
L. W. CURTIS.
Shop on Main at., opposite Helfrich’s Soda Factory.
JOHN A. SEELY,
Agent Tot
the SeiV tdrla Qiilekslher,
The Best and Purest Article in the Slate!
Post Office Building, North San Juan, Nevada ccnnty.
E. T. JORDAN,
News Agfeht Ind Expr(iimaii)
Huns a Daily Express from
North San Juan to Sebastopol, Sweetland, Bircbville
and French Corral. California and Atlantic papers for
tale.
SMITH’S EXPRESS,
Runs Daily from North San Juan to Shady CWbk.
Cherokee. Little Grass Valley and Columbia Hill.—-
4'sT*California and Atlantic Newspapers for sale. Let
ters and Packages carried, cotum'fslons attended to
and collections made. Agent for the Hydraulic Press
J. It. PAINTER,
(LATE O’MEARA * PAINTER,)
Dealer in
TYPE, PRESSES, PRINTING MATERIAL,
Paper. Cards, anil Printer's Mock generally,
13a Clay street, near Sausomc,
SAN FRANCISCO.
jan 21 ly
WM. FAULKNER A SON,
13a Minsome street, San Francisco, Cal.
A GENTS FOR JAMES CONNER & SON’S 0. S.
TYPE FOUNDRY, <iud dealers in all kinds of
Printing materials.
Printers will find it to their advantage to call on us
before purchasing. apr23 Cm
DE JXTTI ST.
Dr. T» Crossett,
Operator In dll the different Depart* l
memh of Dentistry.
Office, Nos. 3 ami 4, Odd Fellow’s Hall.
W. P. TUOMPSO V,
DENTIST.
Jllttrysvllle. D street, between Third
and Fourth.
jTeeth filled with chemically pure
How else, J. W., can you make gyld pure Ck
ccpt by cllemicals?
My Skeleton Atmospheric Plate is still predominant,
anti Ulllst be, as it occupies but little, if any, more
•space, than the natural teeth, thereby retaining the
volume of the voice; making the In comfortable and
regulalilig contour.
Dr. Winter—why do yon not Came out like a man
ahd test the matter, in place of descending to bil
lingsgate. Yon say that yon inserted skeleton Atmos
pheric plates fifteen years ago. YoO assert what could
not possibly have happened, Otherwise it would have
been in use from that time forward, whereas Skeleton
Atmospheric plates Dh my plan are of recent date,
juulfi 3tU
Dli.E. FELLEftS, *
St/RGEoN AND MECHANICAL DENTIST
Nos. 3 and 4, Odd Fellows’ Hall,
North San Juan.
fp Sjb In the Mechanical Department, I will fnr
nish either an upper or an under set cf Teeth
on Gold Plate, at prices ranging from $75 to $1(10;
Silver Plate 36 to 50
In the surgical department, teeth will be filled with
gold, small cavities...- $2 50
Large cavities, -..53 to 10 00
Extracting, per Tooth 1 to 2 50
Cleansing Teeth 2 50 to 5 00
Pivot Teeth inserted upon healthy roots, 2 50 to 5 00
I am determined to work ctleftp. fbt ft Dentist,
Entire satisfaction guaranteed in all operations.
I have made airangehients with Dr. Crossett, who
will be in constant attendance in the office, and my
patrons can rest assured of every operation being per
formed in the most approved manner. July 14tf
DU. B\ C. CLARK,
D e n t i s t, Cherokee
HAS an Office Hi the Tnrney Hotel, on Afain
Street, where ho is prepared to perform all ope
rations on the TEETH, on the latest and most im
proved principles. -
Dr. Clark will visit North San Juan, Sweetland,
French Corral. Columbia Hill and Humbug every two
or three months, professionally. raar24—3m
FIRE! FIRE!I
L FI
JOHN fi. sms,
SUCCESSOR TO StJIS & FHASfift,
Ofegsn street, betwsdfl front afid flaVis,
SAN FRANCISCO.
MANUFACTURER of Fireproof
DOORS and Shutters, Bank Vaults, Orating,
Railing, Balconies, Ac., Ac.
N. B. A very large assortment of very superior
Doors and shutters, manufactured In New York City
for Messrs. Lecount A Strong and JohnsoH A Cartflfeld
of San Francisco, all new and thoroughly fire and thief
broof.
ALSO— a very large lot of second-hand shutters of
various dimensions, all for saleat very low rates.
All order* from the interior, Oregon and Washing
ton Territories, or any place on the Pacific coast, at
tended to with promptness atld dispatch.
AQy-Oregofl street is in front of the Custom House,
north side of the United Stetes Court Buildings.
aprl4 3m
CABINET MAKING *WD JOINING.
The undersigned respectfully In-
I forms the citizens of San JuaO and
vicinity that he has opened a
I Cabinet Making and Joiner’ll Shop,
On Flume street,
where he is prepared to do all kinds of business in bis
line, promptly, and in the best style of workmanship.
Wardrobes, Bedsteads. Washstabds, Bedsteads. Tables
Safes, and in fact all kfhds of Furniture kept constan
tly on hand, made to order, and repaired.
hand Furniture bought and sold.
JOHN O. BUNN.
A tig 4, 1860. 3»
URN IT t'RE ABEbbisGl.t
REAMER’S.
CHOICE assortment of BOOTS, at
in 21 REAMER'S.
O
RKGOS HADIS and SHOULDERS,
at jan 21 REAMER’S.
ijtriNDOW GLASS,
W AtthoSAN JUAN DRUG STORE.
Valrie ty.
— ■i«r»ri
MARYSVILLE STAGE!
OPPOSITION LIKE!
The opposition Stogfe for MAVysYllte
ill leave North SAfe JVt4'n every
BSD Air AND FRIDAY, at 6^
SuNTTa
o’clock in ttffe Bioriinig.
Office, *1 m SWrhi NeVadTi Hotel.
RETURN TRIPS Viil be made every TUESDAY,
TtttjRSDAY and SATURDAY. Marysville Office at
Hie Voting America Saloon, N. E. corner High 4Ud
Second street. . .
fare, $3 oo each WAtt
JEJ-Every care and comfort guaranteed.
J. S. McCUE, Proprietor.
North San Juan, May 12,1860. tf
TIN & HARDWARE STORE,
StoVM, ttvilrdMW
CdohshJVee,
PArlor stoves,
, box stoVefe,
SbfelfttAfedWtre,
Kills,
Hose Pipe,
Chllfety,.
A gthelal assortin'bl
of fihWare,
builder’s Hardware,
let’s Tools,
, —r- blills aUd screws,
tWhAhd steel,
Galvanised Iron Pipe,
Wafer boxes, 4'c,
*S~On blhd and made to order/"SA
FRANK. SMITH*
Brick Row, Main street.
North San Juan, Nov. 17,1857. Itf
CENTRAL RANCH SAW-MILL
CLARK & CO.
BIRECT the attention of the public to their
splendid steam saW-thill, which is now turning
out the very Pest of
YELLOW AND SUGAR PtXE LUMBER, “
of every kind for building Ahtf ttiihlhg purposes, an‘d
delivering it promptly Wherever ordered.
They have unrivalled facilities for filling orders im
mediately, and always sell the best material at th'e low
est prices. They also furnish every kind of
SLUICE BLOCKS,
as directed, and can supply the citizeus of North Sah
Juau with the
Best of Fire Wood
Orders can be left at the mill, or at the office id Sin
Juan, on Maiu street, under the flume.
J. F. CLARK.
J. B. JOHNSON.
Nov. 10th, 1859. tf
Wood and Lumber Yard.
CLARK db CO. hare an extensive Wood and
Lnmher Yard at the corner of Cherokee and Res
ervoir streets, by the terminus of the railway. Every
kind of saWed lumber is kept always oh hand, and
large or small demands cun he instantly supplied.
Fire Wood, either oak, pine or manzanita. greet! or
dry, for sale in any quantity, and vVIII life dfeiivetfed at
short notice.
Orders can ho left at the Yard, op at the office on
Maih street. J;F; CLARK.
NOV. 19,1859. tf if. B; JOHNSON.
Contractor and Builder.
DAVID Li SWAiS) i practical Brick
Mason and BUILDER, Will contract for the
erectiou of _
Flre-Protof Brick Hohses
In North San Juan and adjoining places. Me can give
the best of references here and in San Frttlfeisco.
Jobbing of all Klims Hoiife to Ordef.
BRICKS AND LIME
always oh hand, and for sale in any quantity.
North San Ju'dn, ilay 19,1860. tf
Yhmi3 sfi Meat Market.
DEAN & BALDWIN
Have opened a meat market in the
North end of Green’s NeW Flre-Prdof
BrLk, on Flume street, next door, sollth
‘of Franchere A Butler’s Drugstore.
CHEAP MEAT 1
Cheaper than was ever before sold in San Juan, will
be furnished, every morning, at the Flume street Meat
Market; or, if desired, deiiVferfedat any part of the town.
their artahgCttietlts are so made, that they will al
ways have the best feud fattest of cattle, hogs and sheep 1 .
11. C. DEAN,
T. F. BALDWIN.
North San Juan, June 18,1860. 3m
CAUTION.
HAVING complied with the requirements of the
law necessary for procuring letters patent for,
and the exclusive right to manufacture and Sfeil Ah
improvement in the fastenings to Hose Couplings, to
wit: To fasten to tugs or ears, on each half coupling,
and bring theth together with thfe power of the wedge.
I hereby warn all patSohS hot to infringe on any of
the principles of the aforesaid couplings
North San Juan,July 7, 1860.tf
M. A.
Shinnies for Sale.
0,600 SUGAR FINE BHINGI.feSS of I
3' .
superior quality for sale. Apply to
O. P. STIDGER,
North SAB Jtttttl, Jiilife 15,1860. tf
SdgfsLr Pine Lumber!
fl/\ FEET of Sugar PIHe tilth b-
V er, of all sires, for afths cheap for
0. P. StIDOBR.
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
TpSE finti of J. W. Guthrlfe & Go. is this day
JL dissolved bv mutual cohsent.
All per soil s indebted are requested to call and
settle their accounts to date.
. J. W. GUTHIItE & CO;
North San Juan, Sept. Ist, 1860.
Oak Tree Market.
Nt*. BROWN having leased tbe interest of
• J. W. Guthrie in the above-named market
is prepared to furbish Customers with the Best
quality of
Meats
At the lowest market prices.
Beef Cattle for Sai^.
. N. F. BROWN,
Oak Tree JMarketj Main street;
North San Juan, Sept. Ist; 1800; tf
|Aints ana oils, at the
SAN JUAN DRTTG STORE.
COAL OlLl COAL OIL!!
JUST received at the San Juau Drug Store
large lot of PUKE COAL OIL.
For sale by the case, can or gallon.
34 T. 4 L. McGUIRE.
CHOICE assortment of CROCKED
, RYI at REAMER'S.
w
111 DOW SASH! at
REAMER’S.
R
OPEI
REIVER
Blanks! Blanks!
JUSTICE’S WARRANTS and SUMMONS’—ruled
throughout—Just printed and for sale at this office
by the quire or hundred;
Ftßfc QUItHSILTERI
BLOCK 4 FURXH are Agents for the sale
QuicksUver from the new
Enrlqulta Mines.
Thepnrity of the article they have for sale is certified
to by B. B.Thayer, State Assayer. marl?
Important to Miners
BLOCK 4 FURTH have just received a large lot
of Lawrence Duck, which is offered at reduced
1 Saloons and LiquoE Stores.
GEM SALOON,
b BTktefeTv ...... ...MX RYfeVl L L K’,
4Sf*Oppo(rt*te the Theater."®*
The beltof Wlttei, Abd Cigars kept at the
SAloalL . ... ■ ■
TArd A NT). 1 BuliArd Tables always in first-rate or
der. junl6 6m PR ED. W, GET7.LER, Prop’s.
MILLIARDS, 35 CTS. A GAME I
SAK JUAN 3EXCHANGE.
fc. SCHARDiN k tp.,
friends
reeent-
WbILD respettfullyttfelV old
and the public gebertliy lliil they hare recent
ly made many improvement* to the AboVe-bamed pop
ular resolt, and Ain better prepared thAh erer to please
billiilH) fables,
Ihb Vst-rate order—tVro of them bow nArnlc Bed A
and oq'-Ml toady in the State. The Wood bed is the fa
vorite df the place.
uo nv t.t X tjj»
TWo splebdld Ten-Pin Alleys ape Attached to the esj
tabllsbiheht, Well Supplied With the perquisites of such
an institution.
It isthe intention fiftheproj'irietbr to pse every exer
tion to make the the favorite resort of all
seekers of hkaltl)T pleasurable exercise.
THE BAR
will be furnished witli the very best
WtfrteS AND ENOUGHS
To be Had id the Sah Francisco Market, and no painA
Will be Spared to make everything pleasant and attrac
tive. 10
Knickerbocker saloon
The EtiBLIC of North Sab Juan and Vicini
ty are informed that
Selkirk & King
Are IreinoVihg IVoin. their, old stand, and will open A
Fine NeW Saloon TO-DAY, in Frank Clark’s Building,
on the , . , ,
CbrAbT of Reservoir and Main streets;
They will keep a BAR stocked with the Choicest Li
quors, ITines, ale, Beer, Pcrter, and Havana Cioam.
invitation is 'extended td everybody to GIVS
US A CALt-H* ~ -
Morth San Juan, May 12, 1860.
The Firsland Last Chance Saloon
hhbG PtibLtfc ts iftl?ijtt.MfeD tha^
B ABBEY A CULLODI have opened a new and
handsobie
liqusr and smoking saloon
in the building formerly known as Hie Pioneer Liquor
Store. They will keep the purest Wines and Liquors';
nest Cigars, and most fascinating of Baikecpers.
Everybody who took the first chance in California;
the second at FraZft river, or the last in
W a shoo,
are invited to give the subscribers a call.
SAM. ABBEY,
North San Juan, April 14, ’6O. GEO. CULLODI.
C. SCHARDIN & CO.,
■Wholesale and Retail in
Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tbhactol
i Also—a general assortment of Fresh and
iDried Fruit and Confectionery—south side
__Jof Maih strobt.
forth San JuA H, Not. 17,1857. [1 tf ]
Pine Old Jtrandie g
e. ft helfMoM)
Soda Water Manufactured
DEALERIft
Fine Brandies,
Wines, Ale,
Porter 4c.
Bralliilee. bf the fol
lowing 'jtands:
Old Sktcrac, Otard,
Jhlek Robin 4 Co.;
tailed Vineyards;
- Cnafiipaigne,
MArtelle, Otard, 4c.;
Philadelphia and
HOLLAND GIN,
Old Tom, Santa Crtir, and .Tilthitica R\im. Monongahela;
Bourbon, Irish (*hd Sfcntch Whiskey:
Heidsick, Schreider slid MoriZette Ciiampaigne:
Port, Sherry, Gingor, Hock, Saiiterne Claret Whie».
Assorted Cast* Liquors And Syrups,
His extensive stock Is now complete In every depart
ment, and will be offered at
SACRAMENTO PRICES.
&
1800
rNCH
San Jtlkh North, Nov. 17, 1857.
[l3m]
SAN JUAN BREWERY.
This well-known establish ineWt, owned by
Stofller 4 Koch, is noW under the control of
jthe junior member, Mr. Koch, and will so
remain until the scttlementof the estate Of Mr.Stoffler
lately dbCbascd. The business of roanofhctnriug
Liager felOdr
Will tdhlinhed as hgtatofore, ahd the old reprttatlod
df inearticlefdlly maintained. Jan2l
PATESfEE'S NOTICE.
Rtt. DUftHlftO having just returned froth
• the Atlantic States, trill take this method to
forbid ail persons from infringing on his Patent Gold
Separator khown on Ban Jilin Hill as
Dtiiinln£ , s thfltrblirrent)
either by makiug or using the same without his per
mitsiou.
Those Who are Using it With my conditional agree
ment, are notified that I clailn payment as per safe
agreeifiefit, and ftand ready to give bills of sale to alt
who coiiiply With terhls of contract,
f thepilent to all who desire them;
R. ti. DtNNINO.
North San Juan, April 20th, 1860. 3m
New Blacksmith and Iron shop.
On Main sired, Opposite Smith's Livery Stable
Worth San Juan.
BLAdKSMITIIING OF ALL KINDS
Horse and Ox Shoeing.
Ittbft DOORS and Shutters, and Iron Work ill
general, manufactured to order.
Car Wheels for Safe.
Iron and Steel for sale. Also Mining Tools, by
38 3m* MORGAN k GILL.
Ranch for Sale.
THE undersigned offers /or sale his Ranch;
situated two miles from North San Juan, on
the road leading therefrom to Cherokfee, Said
Ranch consists of pre-emption of 160 acres,—
regular survey, according to law,—Twenty-five
acres enclosed, four or five acres in crop—three
in potatoes, balance in vines, com and cabbage;
in good growing condition. Two never failing
springs, furnishing abundant water for irrigating:
Most of the land not included in the enclosure, Is
well adapted to grain growing. Upon the Ranch
!s a new house, containing six rooms, well lined:
papered and paintedd. The Ranch will be sold
■with or without the crop, as one may wish.
To any one acquainted with the business of
farming; the above offers a good inducement.
Terms, liberal aftd easy. For particulars, ap
ply to Judge Farquhar, San Juan, or the sub
scriber on the premises.
: FRED. A. WILDER. .
Two Spring llanch, August 23d, 1860. au2s4w
HlCknil c The following Blanks can always
OlullnSi be obtained at this office, At San
Francisco prices. Executions, Warrants’ Summons’
Constable’s and Sheriff's Sales, Affidavits; Garnishees,
subpoenas, Deeds, mortgages. Releases, Lease’s Under
takings, attachments. Examinations, commitments,-
acknowledgements, jury summons’s Venire, writs,)
appeal trends- Recognisance, Ac.. 4C.
Blanks of all kinds printed to erder.
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