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THE limit U LR PRESS ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BAUS MA N A Co., Editor* and Proprietors. ; Terms for the Paper. One Year, invariably in advance $5 CO ■ Six Months, “ “ “ S CO Three “ “ “ “ CO Terms for Advertising. One Squnre.(l2 lines) first insertion, $3 00 Each snhseqnent insertion, 1 00 tftt* Business curds not exceeding four lines of this type, will be inserted for $0 00 a quarter. Marriage of Loud and Lady Byron.—An article in the February number ot the Atlan tic Monthly, entitled ‘-Lady Byron,” which we presume is from the pen of Miss Harriet Marliiieau, gives the following facts in rela tion to the marriage and married life of the poet Byron : The engagement took place in September, 1814, and the maniage in the next January. Moore saw him in the interval,and had no re maining hope, from that time, that Byron could ever makejjr find happiness in married life. He was satisfied that love was, in By ron’s case only an imagination ; and be pointed to a declaration of Byron's, that when in the society of the woman he loved, even at the happiest period of hisaltachment, he found himself secretly longingtobealone. Secretly during the courtship, but not secretly after marriage. “Tell tue, Byron,” said his wife, one day, not long after they were married, and he was , moodily staring into the fire—“am I in your way?” “Damnably,” was the answer. It will be remembered by all readers that the reason assigned for the good terms on which he remained with his half-sister, Mrs. Leigh, was that they seldom or never saw each oilier. They married on the second of January. The wedding-day was miserable. Byron was in one of his raeloncholy moods, and wandered along in the grounds till called to be married. His wayward mind was full of all the associations that were least congenial with the day. ilis thoughts were full of Mary Cbaworlh, and of old scenes in his life, which he fancied he loved because he was now leaving them behind. He declared that his poem of the “Dream” was a true picture of his wedding morning; and there are circumstances not told in his “Life,” which renders this probable. After the ceremony and breakfast, the young couple left Scaham fur Sir Ralph's [the bride’s father] seat at Halnahy. ’ Towards duskof that winter day, the carriage drove up to the door, where the old butler stood read} to receive his young lady and her bridegroom. The moment the carriage door was opened, the bridegroom jumped out and walked away. When his bride alighted, the old servant was aghast. She came up the stairs with the listless gait of despair. Her face and movements expres sed such utter horror and desolation, that the old butler longed to offer his arm to the lonely young creature, as an assurance of sympathy and protection. Variousstoriesgot abroad as to the case of this horror, one probably as false as another; and, for his own part, Byron met them by a false story of Miss Millbanker’slady’s maid having been stuck in, bodkin-wise between them. As Lady Byron certainly soon gut over (he shock, the probability is that she satisfied herself that he had been suffering under one of those dark moods to which he wassubject, both constitutionally and as the poet of moods. ****** ss- Before six weeks were over, he wrote to Moore that he should go abroad soon, “and alone, loo.” He did not go then. In April the death of Lord Wentworth occurred, caus ing Sir Ralph and Lady Milbank to take the name of Noel, according to Lord V eut worth’s will, and assuring theprospect of ul timate accession of wealth. * In De cember his daughter, Augusta Ada, was born ; and early in January, he wrote to Moore so melancholy a “Heigho!” on occasion ot his having been married a year, as to incite that critical observer to write him an inquiry ‘ about the state of his domestic spirits. '1 he 1 end was near, and the world was about to see its idol and his wife tested in moral ac tion of a very stringent kind. By means of the only publication ever made or authorized by Lady Byron on the subject of her domestic life, her vindication of her parents, contained in the Appendix ot Moore’s “Life” of the poet, we know, that, during her confinement, Lord Byron s nearest relatives wore alarmed by tokens ot eccen tricity so marked that they informed her, as soon as be was rccoverd, that they believed he was insane. His confidental servant bore the same testimony, and she naturally be lieved it, when she resumed her place in the household, and saw how he was going on. On the sixth of January, the day after he wrote the “Heigho!" to Moore, he desired his wife, in writing, to go to her parents on the first day that it was possible for her to travel. Her physicians would not let her go earlier than the fifteenth ; and on that day she went. She never saw her husband again. As she loved early, she loved steadily and forever. It was through that love that her magnanimity was so transcendent. W hen Lord Byron was dying he said to his confi dential servant, Fletcher, “Go to Lady By ron, —you will see her, and say" and here his voice faltered, and for nearly twenty miadtbs he muttered words which it was im •nossilile to catch. The man was obliged to tell him that he had not understood a syllable. Byron’s distress was great : but as he said, it'was too late. Fletcher, on bis return to England, did go to Lady Byron, and did see her : but she could only pace the room in uncontrollable agitation, striving to obtain voice to ask the questions which were sur ging in her heart. She cou d notspeak, and be was obliged to leave her. To those with whom she conversed freely, and to whom she wrote familiarly, it was strangely interesting to hear, or to read, lines and phrases from Byron’s poem dropped, like native speech, •from her tongue or her pen. Those well-re membered lines or phrases seemed new, and ■kcrc wonderfully moving, when coming from THE . HYDRAULIC PRESS. her to whom they must have been £o much more than to any one else. How she sur mounted such acts as the publication of “Fare thee well!” and certain others of his safe ap peals to the public, no cue could exactly un derstand. That she forgave them-, and loved hint to the end, is enough for us to know ; for our interest is in the greatness of her heart, and not in the littleness of his. A fact in Hydrostatics. —Many of our hydraulic miners, who imagine that the pressure of a column of water is increased or diminished in proportion to its approach to, or departure from,atruc perpendicularity, might save themselves much labor and ex pense in the construction of penstocks and horizontal flumes. The pressure of a col umn of water is governed by its bight, and not by its perpendicularity. Suppose a right angled triangle, the base of which shall be six, the perpendicular eight, and the hypotenuse, of course, ten. Let the per pendicular and hypotenuse be tubes of equal caliber, supplied at the same level, by acorn tnon reservoir. The pressure at the lower termination of the hypotenuse will exactly equal that of the perpendicular, although the water has to travel in an inclined plane and accomplish a journey two feet longer. —Transcript. Denver’s Qualifications --The Sacramen to Bee gives me following summary of ob jections to Denver, candidate for the U. S. Senate: It is said that he is a timid, silent, negative man, a follower, and not a, leader. That he has a nose forsmcllingout major ties, and quite a liking to be on the strong side. That he never makes an issue, and never meets cno until others have taken sides. That his influence is pre-eminently of the negative order—that as Samson’s power re posed in his hair, so Gen. Denver's rests in bis silence. That he is not believed to be true to the Union. , , That ho is a chronic office seeker. That he has had a pretty long stand at the public crib, and might give way for a little while. That professional politicians are his sup porters. That the secessionists are his suporters. That if elected he will join the seceders. Yankee Speculation — A peddler from Connecticut lately traveled through Virginia shaking hands heartily with every one he met, whether he purchased or refused his merchandise. Directly it was discovered that to ever} - one with whom he had shaken the friendly hand be had communicated the itch. Immediately after tills discovery, another peddler, his partner, come along with a good stock of sovereign itch ointment. It is per haps needless to say that he made large sales at a good per centage. * . An Irishman out West, conceiving tlmt a little powder thrown upon some green wood would facilitate its burning, directed a small stream from a keg upon the smoking pile; but not possessing a hand sufficiently quick to rut this off at a desirable moment, was blown into a million pieces. The coroner for the occasion reasoned out his verdict: “It can't be called suicide, bekase be didn’t mean to kill himself; it wasn’t a visitation of God, bekase he wasn’t struck by light nin’; he didn’t die for want of breath, for be hadn’t anything left to breathe with; it’s plain he didn’t know what he was about; so I shall bring in, died for want of common sense.” Got the Worth of ms Money,—“Hallo there, capting!” said a brother Jonathan to a captain of a canal packet on the Erie Canal, “what do you charge for passage?” “Three cents per mile and boarded,” said the captain. “Wall, I guess. I’ll take passage, captain, seeing as how I’m kinder gin eout walking so far.” Accordingly he got on board, as the stew ard was ringing the bell for dinner. Jona than sat down and commenced demolishing tiie “Axons” to the utter consternation of the captain, until lie had cleared the table of all that was eatalhe, when he got up and went on deck, picking his teeth very com* foitably. •“How far is it, capting, from where I got bn hoard?” “Nearly one and a half miles,” said the captain. “Let’s see,” said Jonathan; “that would be just four and a half cents ; but never mind, capting, I won’t be small; here’s five cents, which pays my fare to here; I guess I’ll go ashore now ; I’m kinder rested eout.” Toilet sponges may be bleached snow white as follows; Select the softest, suitable for the purpose, then dip it into hot water; take it out, coo! and squeeze it in hand. Now. put into dilntedbydrochloricacid (muriatic,) and allow it to steep for half an hour; then take it out and wash in hot, water again. Now steep it for 24 hours in a fresh bath of diluted hydrochloric acid to which six per cent, of dissolved hyposulphite of soda has been added This treatment will make the sponge quite white; it is finished by wash ing again in warm water. “Charley,” said a father to his son, while they were working at a saw-mill, “ what possesses you to associate with such girls as you do? When I was of your age. I went only with girls of the first cut.” “ The first’ cut is always a slab,” said the son. as be as sisted the old man in rolling over a log. A maiden lady in Boston, on rending an account of the marriage of Miss Georgiana Ives, at Chicago, to young Bentley, who saved her from drowning at the sinking of the steamer Lady Elgin, says, “It’s a very romantic affair, no doubt, but I would rather be drowned any time than to sit half the night with a young man on a piece of wreck, in my night gown.” NORTH SAN JUAN, NEVADA CO, SATURDAY, MARCH 16,1861. Variety. GROVER & BAKER’S FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY SIM MACHINES! At Greatly Reduced Prices! At Greatly Reduced Prices ! At Greally Reduced Prices I fn G O and upward! S 6O and upward! SGO and upward. Over 30 per cent. Olscour 11 Over 30 per cent. Discount ! Over 30 per cent. Discount ! FROM OUR FORMER PRICES ! The great success attending the introduction of our New Style Family Sewing Machines in this State (us in all others), has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties to endeavor to force upon the public certain inferior and so called “Clioap jSs/Eaoliiiies,” which either l>y legal injunctions or from their own inherent defects have long since died out in the East ern States. IT IS OUR DETERMINATION TO SUPPLY A GtOOD aiiLCIIIKrE AT A LOW PRICK, that the purchaser may not as past instances experi ence in the purchase of one of the mis named “Cheap Sewing Machines,” a dear bargain and waste or s:ox- EY. THE WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION OF THE G'IOVEI & BAKER Sewing’ Machines, AND THE FACT THAT Over 40,000 Have been already sold and are daily and hourly mer rily clicking in every quarter of theg ohe. proclaiming in their unerring action, perfect operation and won deifnl simplicity, Tlxeir Undeniable Superiority, Is the best evidence we can adduce of their merits. The highest efforts of inventive genius, the most perfect application of mechanical skill, and the best practical results of an undivided aim to PRE-EMINENCE ABOVE ALL OTHERS are combined in the GROVER & BAKER FAMILY - That this pre-eminence has been attained is incon trovertibly evidenced in their unprecedented and in creasing sale, and the UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS Attending them at All the Fairs of 1860, Where against the most powerful and unremitting opposition of rival Machines they have in every in stance received the ZEr*±;r*g3'fc csTEy&.i i i rr> OVER WHEELER & WILSON, SINGER, HOWE, And till oilier MmtncMfichincs Sevd fop, a Circular of our Reduced Prices, Cats, Samples of Sewing, &c., Ac. R. G. SJJIOWX, Aarcnt, 91, Montgomery street, SAN FRANCISCO. SAMUEL JELLY, 124, Jstreet, Sacramento City J. T. ALLMENT 156, Second street, Marysville J. L. WOODMAN, Main street, Stockton J. LEWIS, Santa Clara street, San Jose ARE! ,t CO., Napa S. 1). TOWNK Petaluma Mrs. JA3 HARTER, Sonora 01)0. D. DDRNIN, North San Juan J. K. BAR3S Placerville f) U. (JORDON Weaverville T. A. SPRING EK, Jackson If si t s ! Mats! It. MEUfSSDORFFER, THE HATTER, Corner D and Second ats ~ MARYSVILLE, Would respectfully inform *>>■* friends and the public of San J nan and vicinity, that he has ■ fet)* -•fmwt.taHe on hand the Largest e . Wiii_Vass.)rlinent of all kinds of Hals, to be found this side of San Francisco, consisting of the latest style of Dress Kats, Genuine Peiuvian, Otter, Seal, And Beaver HaM All kinds of Pale Droit Velvet Hats: all sorts of French and New York Cass Hats, etc., etc , too nume rous to mention, which will be found at K. MEUSSDORFFER’S, Cornerl) and Second streets. Marysville, And 163, Commercial Street , San Francisoo. P. S. Dealers in Hats will do well by examiningour stock before purchasing elsewhere. K. M. sept. 29th. 1860 2dp3m THE undersigned are pleased to announce the citizens of San Juaa and the surroundii neighborhood, that they have made arrangemeu by which they will be in daily receipt of Fresh Oregon Oysters in the shell, which will be served in every style, and at all hours of the day and night, at a coun ter especially erected for that purpose, in the Bank Exchange of nov3tf CLARK & BONIFACE. PURE QUICKSILVER! BLOCK k FUKTH are Agents for the sale Quicksilver from the new Enrlqulta Mines. Thepnrity of the article they have for sale is certified to by B. B.Thayer, State Assayer. marl? For Sale. Two yoke of American Work Cattle ; Four Two Horse Teams, And One Mule Team ; Including Harness and Wagons. Apply tp jeblfeltdd E. NORTIIUP. No More Credit! But Goods Sold at Almost Nothing! For Cas li, Cr. Levy’s, Where Hie Public are luviteil to Call and Purcliasc! NOTICE TO DEBTORS. ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to the undersigned, are respectfully requested to make im mediate payment. ti. LEVY, feb 16 1m ORIGINAL CASH STORE J66TFOOT OF MAIN STREET. -®a go on jvews: GREAT REDUCTION IN Gr O O r> S ! Purchase jour GOODS where they are sold Cheap for Cash i A New aud Full Assortment of GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS, LIQUORS, and FURNITURE, AT REAMER’S! Great deduction IN THE PRICE of RECKING The undersigned would announce that they HATE OX HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF All Sizes and Varieties OP DUCKING! UPON WHICH THEY HAVE Reduced the Price! And which they will dispose of At Cheaper Rates Than the same qualities have ever been purch ased for in THIS MAB.KXTF tSTCArX, EXAMINE, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. BLOCK & FI RTH. February 2d, 1861. tf Kerosene Limps ! ANEW lot of these celebrated Lanins just received at the SAN JL’ANDKCG STOKE, jyf V a r i e t y. NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS! . CLARK & CO., Successors to J>J.Woostrr Fire Proof Brick, Main street, ' Peck & Coley's old stand. lor t h San Juan. HE undersigned havingjnst completed the purch ase of J. J. Wooster’s stock of Provisions,Grocer ies. etc., and removed the came to the building as above,would respectfully announce that they have just received An Extensive Additional Stock of every article properly embraced in the Grocery and Provision line, which are now being opened, and ex posed for sale, at moderate rates, to the old 1 atrons of Mr. Wooster, and the public generally. A portion of the public patronage is respectfully so licited, CL ARK & CO. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Tbe citizens of Sail Juan and vicinity will ascertain by the above announcement, that 1 have disposed of my entire stock of Groceries. Provisions, etc., to Clark & Jo., includingthe good will of the concern. I here by take occasion to return thanks to my former cus tomers. for their liberal patronage, and cordially rec ommend the new firm to their favor. J. J. WOOSTER. Nor. 24.1 SCO. tf FIIE S 11 ARRIVALS! NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS ! W. M. COHN Has just received and opened, at his old stand, bn Main street, a large and well selected stock ol Fancy Goods, Of all varieties, to which the attention of the Ladies is particularly invited. Also, an extensive lot of CUTLERY! Embracing Colt’s Revolvers, Derringer Pistols, Butch er, carving and Bowie Knives, Ac. Also —a large as sortment of Poetical, Standard, Miscellaneous, and Historical BOOKS, Which it is determined to close out at cost. Cigars and Tobacco At Wholeseale and Retail. Besides other articles in the line of a general variety store; being, on the whole one of tbe best selected and most extensive stocks of Goods ever brought to San Juan. Call.see, ami judge for yourselves. Oct. 13, 1860. febll THE CELEBRATED MAGNETIC OIL, The Greatest Liniment lit Use. A CERTAIN CURE FOR Rheumatism, soreness and swelling of tbe breast, pain and weakness in the back and joints, sprains, bruises, cramps, numbness, fro zen limbs, bites of insects, goitre or swelled imek, i aralysis or loss of power in the limbs, burns, infla mations. tu mors. wounds, swellings, salt rheum, <tc., Ac. And effectually and speedily cures most of the diseases of Horses, as fistula and poll evil in the beginning; also sweeny, big-bead, spavin, splint, bruises, galls, strains, scratches,-wounds, •*• swellings, Ac., Ac. Manufactured only at tbe Drug Store of S. T. WATTS, wholesale druggist, Xos. 90 and 92 First st., Marysville. Janl93 m CENTRAL RANCH SAW-MILL CLARK & CO. ~l 'vTRECT the attention of the public to their Jj J splendid steam sawmill, which is now turniug out the very best of YELLOW AND SUGAR PINE LUMBER, of every kind for building ami mining purposes, and delivering it promptly wherever ordered. They have unrivalled facilities for filling orders im mediately,ami always sell the best material at the low est prices. They also furnish every kind of SLUICE BLOCKS, as directed, and cun supply the citizens of North San Juan with tiio Isest of Fire Wood Orders can be left at the mill, or at the office in San Juan, ou Main street, under the flume. J. V. CLARK. J. B. JOHNSON. Nov. 19th, 1859. tf REMOVAIi. A. BLOCK & CO., Nevada , DAN. FURTH, San Juan. BLOCK & FURTH DEALERS iy CLOTHING! BOOTS ! HATS, &C. S Have remove 1 to the Brick’Building, south side of Main street, next door east of Cohn’s Variety store, NORTH SAN JUAN. Strictly One Price. «OLI) BIST Purchased at the highest rates, by BLOCK & FURTH. Brick Store, corner Main and Flume, ii 7 North San Juan. DRAFTS O.V SEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO RATES, AND Checks on San Francisco 12tf AT PAR. North San Jnan.A’ov. 6, ’5B. W. p. THOMPSON, DENTIST, y grille D street, between Third and Fourth. Teeth filled with chemically pnre Gold.— How else, J.W , can you make gold pure ex )y chemicals? Skeleton Atmospheric Plate is still predominant ....... i.a ou hut little, if nnv. more mist be, as it occupies but little, if any, mon than the natural teeth, thereby retaining th( ie of the voice; making them comfortable auc iting contour. Winter —why do you not come out ’ike a mat test the matter, in place of descending to hil tate. You say that you inserted skeleton Atmos c plates fifteen years ago. You assert what roub nssibly have happened, otherwise it would hav in use from that time forward, whereas Skeletoi ispheric plates on my plan are of recent date. an!6 3m Variety. Fluine st. Meat Market. DEAX & BALDWIN Have opened a meat market in tho North cud of Green’s New Fire-Proof Bikk, on Flume street, next door, south of Franchere & Butler’s Drugstore. CHEAP MEAT I ' Cheaper than was ever before sold in San Juan, will be furnished, every morning, at the Flume street Meat Market, or, ifdesired,dcliveiedut any part of the town. Their arrangements are so made, that they will al ways have the best and fattest of cat tie, hogs and sheep. 11. C. DEAN. T. F. BALDWIN. North San Juan, June 18.1860. 3m MAIN STREET MARKET. OPPOSITE F. SMITHS, MAIN STREET. STAG(i £ CO., ■Would inform the citizens of North San Juan and surrounding neighborhood, thilt all in want-of GOOD AMERICAN BEEP, POBK AND MUTTON,should give us acull. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. will atall times have on hand the best of Cattle, Pork and Mutton, which wo will sell Wholesale or Retail, at lowest market rates. Dec. 2Sth. 1860. tf W. LATE ARRIVALS SAM SAMELSON Takes this method of informing his pa trons and tho public generally, that he has, in order to keep up with the great improvements of the day, recently on-=’ larged and beautified ■ his store, and made great additions tobis former stock of Goods. He has now THE LARGEST STOCK OF CIGARS AXD TOBACCO ’ ' * ■SUO c-l *><- EVER OFFERED In the MOUNTAINS Comprising the best brands of . , Havana and Domestic Cigars. Purchasers would do well to call and examine my stock, which I offer at the Lowest Prices. Chewing Tobacco s All the best brands—such as—Golden Sceptre, Cream of Virginia, Forest Rose, New Eldorado, Golden Bar, Peach, Grape, and other Fruit Brands.- Smoking Tobacco; Killikiuick, Rose of Sharon, Roanoke, Ac., Ac. Fine Cut : Eureka, Solace,Goodwin's Patent. Tho best brands SNUFF. A large assortment of Pipes, * " From.genuine Meerschaum tocommon play. A great variety of PLAYING CARDS, Matches. FANCY GOOD?, in "great variety, Suitable For Cbriatmns and New Year’s Gifts) A large assortment of Fine Cutlery, Pistols, Statione ry, Ac., Ac. Also — Musical Instruments, Of the bo.-1 manufacturers —Roman strings, for Vio lins. The best Guitar strings ever sold in the place. Fixtures.for Musical Instruments. FRENCH CONFECTIONERY; * Fresh and Dried Fruits, of the finest quality, always on hand, and which I offer at the lowest prices. t Cali, axd Examine. Main street, next to the Union Hotel, North San Juan Dec. 15, 1860. dec24 tf MARYSVILLE STAGE! OPPOSITION LINE! y The opposition stage for Marysville will leave North Fan Juan every so a da i, Tuesday aed Thursday, at o’clock in the morning. Office, at the Sierra Nevada Hotel. RETURN TRIPS will he made every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY. Marysville Office at the Young America Saloon, N. E. corner High and Second street. FARE, S 3 00 EACH WAY. care and comfort guaranteed. J. S. McCUE, Proprietor. JYorth San Juan, May 12, 1860. tf DR. E. FELLERS, SURGEON AND MECHANICAL DENTIST Nos. 3 and 4, Odd Fellows’ Hall, North San .Juan. In the Mechanical Department, I will fur nish either an upper or an under set rf Teeth on Gold Plate, at prices ranging from $75 $lOO. Silver Plato -5 to 60 In the surgical department, teeth will be filled with gold, small cavities $2 50 Large cavities, $3 to 10 Q 6 Extracting, per Tooth 1 to 2 50 Cleansing Teeth 2 50 to 5 00 Pivot Teeth inserted upon health} - roots, 2 50 to 5 00 I am determined to work cheap, for a Dentist. Entire satisfaction guaranteed in all operations. July 14tf CHEAP MEATS ! Prices Heduced. AT THE I: : * Oalt Tree Marltot S TERMS, CASH! On ami after tho Ist day of February, 1861, the scale of prices for Meats will be reduced at the Oak Tree Market, to the following standard: Families supplied with Fresh Beef, Pork and Mutton,at 12 cts pr lb Beef, by the quarter, 8c Coi n Beef, pr lb., 8c Beef delivered free of charge, any place within the near vicinity. GUTHRIE A BROWN. NOTICE. ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to J. J. WOOSTER, are hereby notified that he has this day assigned all his notes and ac» counts to me, and I have appointed Mr. Cha’s. F. Myers my attorney to collect the same, with full power to receipt therefor. By attending to the immediate settlement of the same, parties interested will save themselves costs and trouble. E. H. MILLER, Jr. North San Juan, Feb’y 2,1861. CONSTABLE’S SALE:— State of California, county of Kevada, : Townsft ip of Bridgeport. By virtue of an execution to me delivered, issued from the court of It 11. Farquhar, Esq., an acting Jus tice of the Peace in and for tho county aforesaid, bear ing date February 21 #l. a. d. 1861. to satisfy a judgment rendered by said Jnstice of the Peace, on the 21st day of February, a. d. 1861, in favor of Francis Smith, and against Robert M. Howland, for the sup of $4B 49-100 debt, interest, damages and costs of suit, I have taken in execution, and will sell to the highest bidder fos cash, the following described property, to wit: A' certain mining claim on San Juan Hill, and bounded as follows : on the west by the Empire Co. claims and the Moore & Retfdshaw claims, on the north by the Star Co. claims, on the east by A. Henry's ground, on the south by the road leading from Sau Juan to Sebas -1 On Saturday, March. 10th, 1861, ’ between the hours of 10 o clock a. m. and 5 o dock p* m., in front of the office of U. 11. Farquhar, .Esq., Irf North san Juan, state and county aforesaid. Taken" as the property of Robert M. Howland, to satisfy tho above demands and accruing costs. Xorth San Juan. Feb. 22.1 e 6l. W. S. EDWARDS, Constable B. T. M 30.