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McDonald's Lectcrs. —Calvin B. McDon ald, Esq., delivered a lecture on Satuaday evening in the Methodist Church, which was attended by a large and intelligent audience of ladies and gentlemen—much larger than has ever heretofore turned out on a similar occasion in this place. The subject was “Ricuelied,” which he treated in that style of approved ability which has secured him reputation as a polished writer. * We commend Mac to the people of the mountains, among whom he intends to labor in this new vocation for several weeks to come, lie is capable of spreading before them a banquet composed of literary beau ties. Escape of Gas.— Gas—Seeley’s dog Gas—so > well known and generally liked about town, has made mysterious disappearance. In fact it is thought he has been stolen. We had an affec tion for that brute, because lie loves little chil dren and is a terror to vagrant hogs. He is a white English terrier, with cropped ears and short tail, not large but very muscular, with a large black spot over his right eye, and courage to attack either man, beast or devil. Whoever has taken Gas, had better bring him back. Gheap Meats.'—We have now three distinct meat markets in San Juan, and a spirited rivalry has commenced between the butchers. The last comers put the prices down on the other shops, and has brought out at least one of them (that of Guthrie & Brown) with a reduced scale, which may be consulted by poster and in to-day’s paper. This may be death to the rivals, but is good news to the beef-eaters. Now is the time for lean people to grow fat. t ♦ *oi.i) On. —Bab Howland has disposed of his large black horse and truck, and retired from business. He is in debt some, ho says, and wishes to square up. lie therefore invites those who arc owing him to “pungle.” See his card in our advertising columns. Valentines. —Thursday, the 14th of the pres ent month, will bo St. Valentine’s Day : “Thou animated eglantine, With form and feature all divine ! I cast my vows at beauty’s shrine—- Be thou my constant Valentine!” This is the kind of love-feeling which the oc casion inspires. Birds choose their mates, and why not lads and lasses do the same—by card, embossed, ornamented, and breathing the heart’s language'in poetic numbers—such as Franchcro i)t Butler offer for sale, perfumed and done up in stylcish envelopes ? (£7”Horticulturists have improved their time by clipping, planting and transplanting during the continuance of fair weather. George Dornin is getting his seeds ready. He has a splendid lot on hand, and it will not be long before there is a demand for them. 0 3 Tom Culver hit it when he sent over that champagne and ice. Torn appreciates a prin ter’s wants, and knows exactly how to minister to them. -♦« York’s Hose. —Capt. York has removed his Hose manufactory from Svvectland to this place, and advertises to-day what he is willing to do fur the public if they will call on him as customers. A Misncmhr.— Andre w Jackson Scchrist, of South Carolina; a Mexican War Pensioner, has relinquished ai y further claims ou the U. S. Government since his State has seceded. lie should petition for a change of name immediate ly. No such man should bear the nome of An drew Jackson. —Exchange. And he’ll never See-Christ, either, till he changes his course. Ujr’Tn.vxss to Bon P. Avery, of the Appeal, for the telegraphic news furnished in our Extra. To Hon. Milton S. Latham, Stephen A. Doug las and Gov. Stevens for valuable public docu ments. To Mr. G. W. Welch, of Nevada, for a bundle of Atlantic papers. 'Those who arc making ad ditions to their libraries should bear in mind that Mr. W.’s book store contains a large assortment of standard and popular miscellaneous works. To E. T. Jordan, the down-llidge expressman, for pictorials, etc. And to Myrom Angel, up-Ridge do., for favors in his line. Hoad Improvement. — Mr. Freeman has hands employed cutting down, filling in, widen ing, and otherwise improving the road between North San Juan and his Crossing. Near the rocky roint, about a mile from town, where the road makes an acute angle to the cast, the work men are blasting through the solid rock, and picking at the decomposed granite, with the view of reducing it to a leveler grade. At the same place, a stone wall is being constructed, which materially widens a narrow spot, and affords teamsters greater security. Mr. F. is an ener getic and accomplished road-builder. Indeed, the vocation seems to be a mania with him. » * • . Shingles. —A. L. Greeley, Esq., attorney and counsellor at law', hangs out his “shingle” at the corner of Main and Reservoir streets. This is an acquisition. Joseph Kutz, Esq., a long time practition cf the law, has taken an office in the frame building one dopr west of the Sierra Nevada Hotel, up stairs. Dr. K. P. Watson has removed his office from Swcetland to North San Juan. (TTTt’s a pity to spoil a good story, but no such persons as “the destitute woman and child” des cribed by the Nevada Transcript, was ever in our neighboring town of Sweetland —if that place Is nlfeant by the “Sweetlands” spoken of—conse quently they couldn’t have met with the rebuffs complained of. Suspect, General, you have been “sold!” Premature Blast. —Daniel Powell and Ed ward Mercer, while engaged tamping in a claim on Moonshine Creek, a short time ago, were blown up and considerably burned by the pre mature explosion of a blast. Both are rapidly recovering from their wounds. Injured in a Shaft. — While engaged raising a shaft in the claims of Mr. Orlando Evans, on Buckeye Hill, Tuesday last, John P. Shea had his knee fractured by the fall of a boulder. He is doing well under the surgical treatment of Dr. 11. N. Webber. From Thursday’s Extra. From Marysville to Hydraulic Press. Another Pony in last evening. From Extra Appeal and Sac. Union of this morning, the following is taken; Alabama has passed the ordinance *of seces sion. There are now out of the Union, by ordi nance, South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi and Alabama. Conventions will be held in the border States. Senator Hunter, of Virginia, says it is too late to save the present Union. It must be re constructed. Seward has made a conciliatory speech. The President is firm. He will veto the Pacific Railroad Bill, on account of the public debt and unsettled state of the country. The garrison at Fort Sumter is disaffected. The ship of war Brooklyn lies off the harbor. Gen. Scott and Toombs had a personal difficul ty, resulting in a challenge. Ohio has tendered aid to the Government. Military movements for the protection of the Federal Capital continue. The cotton States will probably co-operate with *he scceders. Letter writers report a difficulty between Gen. Scott and Toombs, at a private dinner party on the 10th. Toombs, expressed a hope that the people of Charleston would sink the Star of the West. Scott asked him if it was possible that he, an American, desired such an event, Toombs replied affirmatively', and said those who sent her should be sunk with her. Another account says Lieut, Gen. Scott rose to reseat it, and Gwin interfered and parted them. A challenge passed, and the matter is in the hands of seconds. Scandal of the French Court. —There is a curious story told in Paris, concerning the cause of the Empress’ visit incog, to England. It appears that the Emperor is in favor of depriving the Pope of all his temporal power, and of permitting Victor Emanuel to annex the whole ot the Papal Territory to his kingdom The Empress, however, warmly espouses the cause of the Pope, and uses all her power to induce the Emperor to reinstate him in his dominions. This disagreement, it appears, has interrupted the good feeling existing between the* royalcouple. M. Achilla Fould, the Minister, has opposed the Em press in the most decided manner. He, however, appears to have “smelt a rat” somewhere, which led him to make the discovery that the Empress, by some subtle intrigue, was slowly but surely converting the Council of Ministers; and, fearing that her mysterious power would finally convert he* husband, he also resorted to intrigue to counteract her influence. He, therefore, sent to Turin for the Countess de Caste glione, a young, beautiful, charming and vo luptuous woman, with whom the Emperor, about two years since, fell desperately in love. His intercourse with her, at that time, was the common talk in Paris, which, reaching the cars of the Empress, caused a family jar, and the fair Countess was nominally banished to her home in Turin. This beauty was known by Fould to be violently opposed to the Pope. She came to Pari? add was received by the Emperor, and would prob ably have accomplished her mission, but for a sad mishap. The adoring two were privately closeted, neither suspecting any disturbance, when who should burst in upon them but the Empress, who caught the cooing pair in a very awkward dishabille : a rumpus, of the most startling character, was tLe consequence, and the immediate result of the explosion was that the Empress went off, in high dudgeon, to England, “for the benefit of her health.” A further con sequence was that Fould, the Minister of State, had to resign, and Count Walewski, a friend of the Pope, was appointed in his place. The Paris correspondent of the San Francisco Bulletin, who relates the above story at length, intimates that the Empress deserves no sympathy, and thinks, from all accounts, she is not more faithful to her lord than he is to her. [O’ The Pony news says that Gen. Scott and Cob. Toombs had a quarrel, which resulted in a challenge. Toombs, no doubt, was the challen ger. If Gen. Scott accepted, our good opinion of him would sustain a severe shock. He is too old, brave and good a man to set himself up as a mark for a disunionist. The Government has a claim upon his services, and it cannot afford to do without them in these perilous times. We have very much mistaken his character if he did not treat the challenge with that contempt it de served, coming from such a source, and ad dressed to so noble a hero. CONSTABLE'S SALE.—State of California, J County of Nevada, Township of Bridgeport. By virtue of an execution to me delivered, issued from the Court of R. H. Farquhar, Esq., an act ing Justice of the Peace in and -for the County aforesaid, .hearing date January 28th, A. IL 1861, to satisfy a judgment rendered by said Justice of the Peace, on the 21st day of Decem ber, A. D. 1860, in favor of R. N. Webber, and against AV. S.. Jones, for the sum of $64, debt, interest, damages and costs of suit, 1 have taken in execution, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash, the entire right, title and interest of AV.S. Jones in and to a certain lot of mining ground on Manzanita Hill, Sweetland District, Nevada county, Cal. Said ground is known as Junes, Dobbin & Co’s, ground, and is bounded on the east by the Kentucky Co. claims, and on the west by Pain & Oag. On Saturday, the 23d day of February, A. I). 1861, between the hours of 10 o’clock A. M. and 5 o’clock P. M.,in front of the office of R. H. Farquhar, Esq., in North San Juan, Nevada county, Cal. Taken as the property of W. S. Jones-, to sat isfy the above demands and accruing costs. North Sau Juan, January 30th, lB6l. W. S. EDAVARDS, Constable. PAINTS and OILS, at the SAN JUAN DRUG STORE. Fresh Oregon cranberries Just rec eived and tor sale by R. REAMER. OLD FRENCH COGNAC, French 1> randy. Jamaica Rum, by the Cask or Gallon, at ' UECUT & PRATT’S. CAUTiOHr. I HEREBY caution the citizens of Nevafa county and the state ot California attains! purchasing of S. HOWARD the so-called “Hydraulic Sewing Machine,” invented by Q. Rice. Said Machine having been in vented by and a patent obtained therefor by said Rice, the use, occupanvy, or disposal of the same by said Howard—or any other person not duly authorized—is au infringement upon and a violation of the inventor's rights which will be prosecuted to the extent of the law in such cases made and provided for the protection of "Inventors and the punishment of Patent Right violators.” LORENZO RICE, Xuv. 17,15C0. —Cm Assignee. Shingles for Sale. 30,000 SUGAR PINE SHINGLES of a superior quality fur sale. Applv to o.' I*. STIDGEII, North San Juan, June 15,1860. tf Special Notices. SPECIAL. DENTAL NOTICE. My Dental Office has been removed to Reservoir street, opposite Clark’s new building. T. CROSSETT. North San Juan. Dec. Ist. 1860. X- o. o* O. lE*. SA N JUAN L ODGE. NO. 67, I. 0. «/ 0. F. meets every Monday evening, at ~]4 o’clock, at the Odd Fellows’ Ilall, East .Main street,North San Juan. . Brothers of the Order iu good standing are invited to attend. Chas. 11. Haves, N. G. L. McGuire, Sec’y. WINSLOW, an experienced nurse kytuJ and female physician, has a Scoining Syrnp for children teething, by softening the gnrns. reducing all inilaniatron —will allay all pain, and-is sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it. mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and relief and health to your intants. — Perfectly safe In all cases. See advertisement iu an othercolumn. NEW ARRANGEMENT. Arrivals and Departures of the Mails. The following winter arrangements has been made in the arrivals and departures of the mails; Arrivals. —From Nevada, at 9 o'clock, a. m.; “ Marysville, at 3f. m ; “ Forest City and Downieville,2 P.M. Departures—To Marysville,7 o'clock, A. m.; “ Nevada and Sacramento, *2 p. m.; Forest City and Downieville. 9 A.M. “ Cherokee and Columbia Hill. 7 a.m. J A. SELLV, P. M. North San Juan, Dec. 22, iB6O. There are many ways of relieving pain for the time being, but there is only om- way of removing diseases. No palliative, no anodyne, no topical application will remove it. It must be- attacked at its source, in the fluids of the body, which convey the poison to the lo calities where it is developed in inflammation, sore#, ulcers, tumors abscesses, glandular swellings, Ac., as the case may be. These fluids must be reached, acted upon and purified by some powerful agent Such an agent is Yellow Dock .Sarsaparilla mid lodide Potash. (Manufactured at Waft’s Drug store ) It gently stim ulates while it disinfects and expels from the stomach and bowels all that is irritating aud at the same time restores their vigor and tone. Hair Tonic. —To persons residing In warm Hi mates, this compound will be invaluable as a specific iu retaining to the skin a healthy action and neutral izing any of the evil effects, which by continued or frequent perspiration, must cause to the hair. To children, or the yonilgest infant, it may be used with the greatest freedom, for however thin or weakly the hair may, apparently bo. by the use of this com pound all irritation will be allayed. This tonic is more particularly recommended for re storing grey hairs to their original color, and with few exceptions It is acknowledged to be infallible; .but in all cases it is acknowledged to be superior to like pro parations now in the.market. This is no hair oil for simply greasing the hair, but a chemical preparation free from grease or other inju rionsJngredienta. / Manufactdred and sold at the drug store of S T. Watts. Marysville, and sold by traders and druggists throughout the State. Also— TSalsairiicxuie, An infallible cure for Secret Diseases—pleasant to the taste. For saie by I’RANCHEBE & BUTLER, Agents. North San Juan, And at the Drug store of S. T. WATTS, sept. 29 3m Marysville. Assay Office —OF— TIIEALL & CO., Successor to Justh & Hunter, No. 102 First st., l»etwecix D aud High, Marysville. GtOIjID -A.ixr;D oues Of Every Description, Melted ami Assayed At S.v. Fra.ncisco rates, and returns made in BARS or UNIT CD ST AT ES COIN, within six hours. Our as says m e _ uarautued, and Bars discounted at the lowest rates, sep 16 3m C CONSTABLE’S SALE. J State. of California, county of Nevada, Township of Bridgeport By virtue of au execution to me delivered, issued from the court of R. 11. Farquhar, Esq.. an acting Justice of the Peace in and for the county aforesaid, bearing date. Jan nary 23d, a. d. IStil. to satisfy a judg ment rendered by said Justice ot the Peace, on the 23d day of January, a. d 1861. in favor of S A. Puckett, and against the Troy Mining Co., at Kate Hayes Flat, for the sum of S22S and 50 cents, debt, interest, dama ges ami costs Cf suit. I have taken in execution, and willsell to the highest bidder for cash, a certain lot of mining claims located at Kate Hayes Flat, near French Corral. Nevada county, Cal. Said claims are known as the Troy Co. claims, and aro bounded as follows: On the east by Brutus A Co’s, claims, aud on the west by the Kate Hayes Co’s, claims On Saturday, the 18th day of February, A. D. 1861, between the hours of lOo’clock A. M.and 5 o'clock P. M.. In front of the office of K. 11. Farquhar Esq., iu the town of North San Juan, state and county aforesaid. Taken as the property of the Troy Co., to satisfy the above demands and accruing costs. North Sun Juan. January 23. 1861. W. S. EDWARDS, Constable. SUPERIOR San Juan cured HAMS, Shoul ders, Bacon, Salt Pork and Lard, constantly on hand. DEAN & BALDWIN. Hydraulic Hose Makingr. The undersigned would respectfully inform the mi ners of North Sail Juan and surrounding mining camps, that he has on hand at his manufactory, 100 Bolts of Lawrence Duck, From 0090 to 000009000000, and that be can sell it at about 15 cents per yard—cheaper than it has ever be fore been sold on this Ridge. As to- the durability of his work, the following recommendation from Mr, Ifam. Howe, President and Foreman of the Eureka Mining Company,bn this Hill, speaks for itself : . ‘-After having tried the ilose of different makers, and of different kinds,, iu the Eureka-Claims, I have no hesitation iu pronouncing-that made by Mr. Frank Soule, from Lawrence Duck, superior, in every respect to any other. I use it with a pressure of at least 175 feet, and can #%y that it answers admirably, the seams lustiuir longer than any other part of the hose.” SAM. HOWE, ‘ President Eureka Mining Company. Other names could be procured, but the above is sufficient to satisfy all. My manufactory is on Flume street, first door above the Church. FRANK SOULE. t£*T*ordcrs from a distance promptly attended to. jau26 3m S T. WATTS, , X)RUGOIST r No. 93, First street, Marysville, n KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale, at Al 4 Wholesale and Retail. Cox's Sparkling Geletinc, Y,u Cooper’s Sheet Isinglass, -Sago, Tapioca. Ilock er’s Farina, and flavoring Extracts of Vanilla, Peach, Bitter Almonds, Orange, Lemon, and straw berry. Alcohol, Burning Fluid, Lard Oil, Castor Oil, Linseed 051, vPolar Oil, NeatsfootOil Olive Oil. Sold wholesale and retail, at reduced prices, by S. T. WATTS, 92 First street. W. P. THOMPSON, DENTIST, Marysville D street, between Tbird and Fourth. SfiSteJit Teeth filled with chemically pure Gold. — How else, J. W., can you make gold pure ex cept by chemicals? My Skeleton Atmospheric Plate is still predominant, and must be. as it occupies but little, if auy, more space, than the natural teeth, thereby retaining the volume of the voice; making them comfortable aud regulating contour. , .. Dr. Winter —why do you not come out like a man and test the matter, in place of descending to bil lingsgate. Von say that you inserted skeleton Atmos pheric plates fifteen years ago. You assert what could not possibly bave happeneo, otherwise it would have been in use from that time forward, whereas Skeleton Atmospheric plates on my plan arc of recent date. junl6 3m IMPROVED VULCANIZED Grutta Percha Belting. A' • V !SS*V'< And Mining: Hose, _WV arenowprepared to furnish to Machinists, lon "inters, Millers and others, the above arti cle of - '. MACHINE BELTING, Which hits been proved to be far superior to any other kind in use. being ENTIRELY FREE from the undesi rable qualities, of both LEATHER. AND RUBBER. M bile possessing the good qualities of both. It Does Not Stretch. It is not affected by OIL. HEAT- or STEAM, and in fact is welt uigh perfect, as all who have used it attest. Besides all this, the fact tiiat it COSTS LESS Than either Leather or Rubber, must make it super sedo them altogether, as soon as its merits are known. We have also produced an article of Hydraulic Mining Hose. which is offered to adders as superior to any other article heretofore used for this purpose. It is made to Stand any Pressure Required, WILL WEAR LONGER Than any other article; will nut mildew or rot; costs a moderate ; price, and is altogether the MOST ECONOMICAL HOSE Ever used in California. It is made from to 8 inches in diameter, of different thicknesses and strength, to stand a pressure of from 50 to 200 feet perpendicular fall The first shipments of this article are now due, and will shortly be.ready for delivery. » ■ Catalogues and priced lists sent on application to CHAS. P. DANIELL & CO., Sole Ageo.sfor Pacific Coast, 4:1 } California street, - [janl9 3inls] San Francisco. SPRIN G T BADE. 186 1 - COFFIN, REDINGTON & CO., New York. REDINGTON & CO., San Francisco. RICE, COFFIN & CO., 27, 13 STREET, MARYSVILLE. IMPOB T E B S WHOLESALE RETAIL DEtJGGISTS. Having superior facilities in the Eastern Markets, THROUGH THEIR NEW YORK HOUSE, will offer during the comiug season at Much Reduced Prices. Staple Drugs artel Chemicals, Paints aud Painter’s Stock, AVlndovr Gla ss, of all sizes; Paint and all otlier Brushes; Oil*—Lamp, Paint aud Neatsfoot; Varnishes, Gold and Silver Leal, Soda Wot tie , and other Corks, Acids—Nitric, Muriatic &,cs Spices, (vrhole)lndigo, Glues Trusses, Supporters aud Braces; Turpcut iuc,Campheue aud Coal Oil # Hops, aud Brewers’ Material; Soda—Sal aud Bicarb. Cream Tartar AGENTS FOR Jayne's, Ayer's, and onu'ienberg Medicines; Fish’s, Mrs Allen’s, and Wood’s Hair Restorative Hall’s Balsam; Scovili’s Blood and Liver Syrup: Brown’s Bronchial Troches; aud all the most pop ular patent medicines of theday. declO 3m RICE, COFFIN 4 CO. 27, D street, Marysville. E W STOKE! HECHT ¥ PRATT, NORTH SAN JUAN. OPPOSITE THE UNION HOTEL. Wliolesalo Xletail DEALERS IN Gr x* o oeries, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. JUST RECEIVED—SEW BILLINGS Hums, California Bacon, at HECHT & PRATT’S. Oregon cranberries: Isthmus BUTTER, at HECHT & PRATT’S. fAPAN TEA, FINE BLACK OOLONG, at HECHT & PRATT’S. . Havana and domestic cigars, by the Case or Box. at HECHT & PRATT S. N ATURAL LEAF and SWEET TO hacco, at UT.CHT 4 Pit ATI’S. CABINET MAKING AND JOINING. The undersigned respectfully in , forms tluj citizens of San Juan aud i vicinity that he lias opened a I Cabinet Making and Joiner's Shop, On Flume street, where lie is prepared to do all kinds of Lusineiss- in his line, promptly.and in the best style of workmanship. Wardrobes. Bedsteads, WashsU.nds, Bureaus. Tables Safes, and in fact all kindsof Furniture kept constan tly on hand, made lo.order, and repaired fivy.Second hand Furniture bought and sold. JOHN G. KLINK. Aug. 4,15C0. 3ra THE CELEBRATED MAGNETIC OIL, The Greatest Liniment In Use. A CERTAIN CURE FOR Rheumatism, soreness and swelling of the breast, pain aud weakness in the back and joints, sprains, bruises, cramps, numbness, fro zen limbs, bites of insects, goitre or swelled neck, | aralysis or loss of power in tho limbs, burns, intla mations. tu mors. wounds, i ’ swellings, salt rheum, &c., 4c. And effectually and speedily cures most of the diseases of Horses, as fistula and poll evil in the beginning; also sweeny, big-head, spavin, splint, bruises, gulls, strains, scratches, wounds, swellings, 4c., 4c. Manufactured only at the Drug Store of S. T. WATTS, wholesale druggist, Nos. 90 and 92 First st., Marysville. Janl93 ta Variety. TFOkGumE: Druggists and Apothecaries Have just received, in addition to their former stock fresh supplies of Drills, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, &c. ~ f A large assortment of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Soaps, Extracts, etc., etc. IVe keep constantly on hand, a complete stock of PATENT MEDICINES. , Window Glass , Alcohol, Camp he ne, Lard Oil, Sperm Oil , #c.,£c., AT TJHE SAN JUAN DRUG STORE! X. B. Prescriptions Compounded Day and Night, by • T. & L. McGUIRE, Druggists and Apothecaries, Corner Main and Flume streets, Korth San Juan. Sept. 29, 1800. mar 12 30 qrytf Flume st. Meat Market. DEAN & UAEDWIN Have opened a meat market in the North end of Green’s New Fire-Proof Bruk, on Flume-street, next door, south of Fra neb ere k Butter’s Drugstore. CHEAP MEAT! Cheaper than was ever before solo in San Juan, will be furnished, every morning, at the Flume street Meat Market, or.- if desired, delivered at any part of the town Their arrangements are so made, that they will al ways have the best and fattestul cattle. bogs and sheep. Il C. DEAN. T. F BALDWIN. North San Juan, June 18,1860. Sm ~lain street market. OPPOSITE F. SMITHS, MAIN STREET. STAGG & CO., Would inform the citizens of North San Juan and surrounding neighborhood, that all in want of GOOD AMERICAN BEEF. ■PORK AND MUTTON.should give us a call. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. We will at all times have on hand the best of Cattle. Pork and Mutton. Which we will sell Wholesale or Retail.at lowest market rates. Dec. 29th. 1860. tf Closing Out! Closing Out.! Closing Out! Boots and SHoos, The undersigned has determined to closeout the Boot and Shoe Store in ns short a time as possible: anfi in order to do so, he will sell his entire stock of Boots and Shoes at Cost. To make short work of it. Mens’ Dress and J/ining Boots; Boys’ and Youths’ Fine and Coarse Boots; Long and short Rubber Boots; Dress and Brogan rhoes; Ladies’. Misses’, Childrens’ and Infants’ Gaiters’, shoes and slippers; Also—Ladies and Misses Rubber Overshoes and Cork soles. JOS. MELBOURNE. Jan. 2,1861. june3d COLEMAN’S QUARTZ MILL. . , Patented April 3d, 1860. This mill, which w‘as on exhibition at the late Mechanics’ and Bay District Agricultural Fairs in the city of Stm Francisco, and received the first premiums, and also tire highest recommendations from the Committee on Quartz Machinery at said Fairs —and Wdiich created so much excitement among those interested in Quartz Crushing, we are now manufactu ring and are ready to deliver. By the teats which we have made, it far exceeds our expectations, and that of others who have seen it in operation. We are now prepared to guarantee this Mill toe rind from three to five tons of quartz per day. with three horse power, and from the small amount of expense incurred iu running it—to do it cheaper than by any other known process. The low price of this Mill—viz: $3OO 00—places it within the reach of every miningemnpany. Its weight complete is only 950 lbs., and being so Constructed that it can be easily taken apart, so that no piece will exceed 210 lbs. in weight, th reby giving it the advantage over all other machines tf this hind, in the facility of transportations They are now selling rapidly, and all desirous of oh tail* inn: them are reuuestsd-to foi-werd-tbeir orders to BIGGS & RUGGLES, Agents, Ncv. 2-1. 3m 140, Front street, Han Francisco. New Blacksmith and Iron shop On Main street, opposite Smith's Livery Stable North San Juan. BLACKSMITIIING OF ALL KINDS Horae and Ox Shoeing. IRON DOORS and Shatters, and Iron Work in general manufactured (o order.- - - < Car Wheels for Sale. Iron and Steel for sale. Also Mining Tools, by 38 3m* MORGAN & GILL. MARYSVILLE STAGE! OPPOSITION LIKE! y Mfa The opposition stage for Marysville 4Fwill leave North San Tuan every MuSDA i. HJDNESDAY a Ni> FRIDAY, at 6% o’clock in the fitorning. Office, at the Sierra Nevada Hotel. RETURN TRIPS will be made every TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY. Marysville Office at the Young America Saloon, N. E. corner High and Second street. FARE, S 3 OO EACH AVAY. . ■fiCtU’Every care and comfort guaranteed. J. S. McCUE, Proprietor. North San Juan, May 12. 1860. tf DR. E. FEELERS, SURGEON AND MECHANICAL DENTIST Nos. 3 and 4, Odd Fellows 5 Hall, Nortli San Juan. In the .Mechanical Department, I will fur nish eit her ah Upper or an underset • f Teeth on Gold Plate-, at prices ranging from $76 to $lOO. Silver Plate „ 25 to 50 In tiiesurgical department, teeth will b» filled with gold, small cavities 5U Large cavities, ..$3 to 10 no Extracting, per Tooth 1 to 2 50 Cleansing Teeth 2 60 to 5 00 Pivot Teeth inserted npob healthy roots, 2 50 to 5 00 I am determined to work cheap, for a Dentist. Entire satisfaction guaranteed in all operations. July 14? f CONSTABLE’S SALE:— State of California, county of Nevada, Township of Bridgeport. By virtue of an execution to me delivered, issued from the court of R 11. Farqubar. Esq , an acting Jirs ticeof the Peace in and for the county aforesaid, bear ing date January 23d. a. d. 1801, to satisfy a judgment rendered by said Justice of the Peace, on the 23d day of January, a d. 1861, in lavor of Whitei Newell.and agiliust the French. Corral Building Association, for thesuraof $lO9 and 50 cents, debt, interest, damages and costa of au(l. 1 have taken in execution, and will sell *o the highest bidder for cash, the following des cribed property, to wit: One house and lot in the town of French Corral, state and county a oresaid. The house is known as the Public Hall, in said town, and said lot is bounded as follows: Fronting the street on the west and on the north, and east by a lot owned by J. B. Murphy, and on the south by P. Campbell s lot. On Saturday, February 16th, 1861, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m. and 5 o’clock p m., in front of the office of U. II Farquhar, Esq., in North sau Juan, state and county aforesaid. Taken as the property of the French Corral Building Asso ciation, to satisfy the above demands and accruing costs North San Juan, 23.1861 W. 8. EDWARDS, Constable B.T Variety. remoyalT A. BLOCK A C0.,.1 I DAN. FURTIT, Nevada, | | San Juan. BLOCK & FORTH DEALERSiy CLOTHINGS BOOTS ! HATS, &C., Have remove! to the Brick Building, south side of Main street, next door east of Cohn’s Variety store, NORTH SAN JUAN. Strictly One Price, goliT dust Purchased at the highest rates, by block & furth. Brick Store, corner Main and Finme. 27 North San Juan. DRAFTS C.\ SEW YORK, AT SAN FRANCISCO RATES', AND v r Checks on Son Francisco AT PAR. North San Juan.A’ov.b, 00. 12tf Selling Ont! Selling Ont! Selling Out! To close bn-iness, on account of our partner, Weil, be ing certainly called home. Therefore, we now offer our entire stock of Fancy and Staple Dry>Goodi, dkc.j At Cost! will do well to call in time, ns they note can find a full assortment of all kinds of Goods, at their own prices. WRTL & GOLDSMITH. Weiss’ Brick Building, San Juan. Nov. 17,1860. ocfiOqy tf , QUINCY HALL'. 147, 140 and 151 Washington street, san francisco. tii'e largest clothing ESTABLISHMENT IN CALIFORNIA. Reader, when you are in San Francisco, it is worth your while to pay a visit to this immense Clothing House, ami see the countless varieties of garments, of every style and texture, that fill the spacious shelves and counters, and to notice tfie amount of business transacted there. The unprecedented success of the proprietors is at tributed to their liberal and judicious advertising,and to the remarkably low price at which the eoods are sold. Dec. 1 3xu NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS! CI ARK & CO., Successors to J| J • W ooittr Fire Proof Brick, Main street, Peck & Coley's old stand. north San Juan. rpJIE undersigned havingjust completed the purch- I aso of .1. J. Wooster’s stock of Provisions, Grocer ies. etc., and removed the same to the building as above, would respectfully announce that they havejusl received - m An Extensive Additional Stock 0 f f.verWArticleproperly embraced in the Grocery and Provision line, which are u< w In hip <p<md. end ex posed for rale, at moderate rates to the old j atrons of Mr. Wooster, and the public generally ' A portion of the public patronage is respectfully so licited. CLARK* CO. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. " Tfie citizens of San .loan and vicinity will ascertain by the above announcement, that 1 have disposed oi mv entire stock of Groceries. I’rovi.iens,etc.. toClail, & *'o.. including the good will of the Concern. I here by take occasion to return tlia'nks to mv former cun toile rs for their liberal pairoiiuge. and cordially rec* oiumend the new tinu to their favor. J. J. WOOSTER. Nov. 24. ISfO. tf OiilGl.NAli CASH SlUßli r ; RE-OPENED BY R. FO-»T OF MAIN STREET, Where a choice selection of the following Good* can be found, viz: Groceries and Provisions, Hardware, Crockery, Furniture A Bedding, Window Sash, , Boots and thhei, Camphene, Coal and Polar OH, Wines, Liquors Ac- A-B*-Pleß«e call and examine Goods prices. Goods Sold Only for Cash! R. REAMER. Feb’y 4,1860 tf . '' REMEMBER , R. REAMER keeps a Team expressly for dell vor ing Goods. . Furniture «fc bedding: at REAMER’S. A CHOICE assortment of BOOTS, at tn 21 REAMER’S. Oregon hams ami shoulders, at jau 21 lvC.AMi.tt li. A CHOICE assortment of CROCKE. RYI at REAMER’S.