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THE HYDRAULIC PRESS Issued every Saturday morning w. balj^man, Editor and Proprietor. •Terms for the Paper. fyne Tear,invariably inadvance $5 00 Sir Month*, “ “ “ 300 Terms for Advertising. 'One Sqnare.(l2 lines) first insertion, $3 00 *Each subsequent insertion, 1 00 49* Business cards not exceeding four lines of this will be inserted for $6 00 aquarter. An Exquisite Story, by Lamartine. —ln thd tribe of Neggdeh there was a horse whose fame was spread far and near, and a Bedouin of another tribe, by name Daher, de sired extremely to possess it. Having offered it» vain for it his camels and his whole wealth, he bit upon the following device, by which he hoped to gain the object ol his de sire: He resolved to stain his face with the juice of an herb, to clothe himself in rags, to tie his legs and neck together, so as to appear like a lame beggar. Thus equipped, he went to wait for Naber, the owner of the horse, who he knew was to pass that way. 'When he saw Naber approach on his beauti ful steed he cried out in a weak voice, “I am a poor stranger; for three days I have been unable to move from this spot to seek for food. I am dying; help me, and Heaven ■will reward you.” The Bedouin kindly offered to take him up on his horse and carry him home; but the rogue replied, “1 cannot rise; I have no strength left ’ Naber, touched with pity, dismounted, led his horse to the spot, and with great diffi culty set the seeming beggar on his back. But no sooner did Daher feel himself in the saddle than he set spurs to the horse and galloped off, calling out as he did so, “It is I, Daher. I have got the horse and am off with it.” Naber called after him to stop and listen. Certain of not being pursued, he turned and halted at a short distance from Naber, who was armed with a spear. ‘•You have taken ray horse,” said the latter. “Since Heaven has willed it, I wish you joy of it; but I do conjure you never to tell any one how you obtained it.” “And why not?” said Daher. “Because,” said the no ble Arab, “another man might be really ill, and men would fear to help him. You would be the cause of many refusing to per form an act of charity, for fear of being duped as I have been.” Struck with shame at these words, Daher was silent for a mo ment; then springing from the horse, re turned it to its owner, and, embracing him, led him to his tent, where they spent a few days together, and became fast friends for life. The Moon. — It is a vulgar error to speak of the “cold light of the moon,” as though any light could be entirely devoid of heat. That the rays of the moon are not, is evident from the fact that the mean temperature of the earth rises towards the second quarter, and from their general influence on vegeta tion. Light is essential to the growth of plants, because, without it decomposition of the carbonic acid absorbed from the atmos phere by their leaves could not ensue. As darkness intermits this vital process, at night all plants slumber, except when the moon shines; then, alone, they wake and work. Hence farmers, taught by observation of nature, select the season of full moon for sowing ; so that after germination, the young plants may enjoy an interval of darkness favorable to the maturing of their powers, and when the moon attains her maximum brightness, may have strength to support continuous action. Sown at new moon, they would have been exposed to constant light while yet feeble and in need of repose. It has been observed that often, when the moon rises, the clouds which before obscure the sky, singularly melt away before her light. Seamen say that the moon “eats up the clouds,” such is their simple version of the phenomenon ; and hence it may be inferred that the clouds are expanded by the heat of her rays, and again transformed into an in visible vapor. Couldn’t Do It. —A Frenchman, resolved to be rid of life, went a litt’e before high tide to a post set up by the sea-side. He had provided himself with a ladder, a rope, a pistol, a bundle of matches, and a vial of poison. Ascending the ladder, he tied one end of the rope to the post, and the other end around his neck; then he took the poison, set his clothes on fire, put the muzzle of the pistol to his head, and kicked away the ladder. In kicking down the ladder, he sloped the pistol so that the ball missed his head and cut through the rope by which he was suspended; he fell into the sea, thus extinguishing the flames of his clothes, and the sea water which he involuntarily swal lowed counteracted the poison, and thus, in spite of bis precanlions, he remained un hanged, unsbot, unpoisoned, unburned, and nndrowned. Southern War against the South. —An old citizen of Alabama, now of this State, in a communication to an interior paper, gays :—“The Union men of the South may be silent, from policy, and on acconnt of a reign of terror in their midst, but they are Hot all dead, and so long as one in the South 'remains in heart true to the Government, so long is it the duty of the Government, the ‘duty of every lover of constitutional liberty, 4 to protect and sustain him at every hazard, the consequences be what they may. The present war is a war commenced by a portion of the South upon another greater, nobler and more loyal portion of the South, and against constitutional liberty wherever it exists.” A roan was indicted out west, lately for felony. His innocence was proven, but, notwithstanding, the jury found him guilty. The judge was shocked, and arose and eaid : ‘HSentleman, the prisoner’s health was olearly proved.” “Yes,” said the foreman, <*be is innocent of the crime now charged against biro, bat be stole wy grey mare last Christmas.” THE HYDRAULIC PRESS. The following dory is told by Miss Fred erika Bremer, who vouches tor its truth fulness : In the University of Upsula, in Sweden, lived a young student, a noble youth, with a great love* for studies, but without the means of pursuing them. He was poor, and without connexions. Still be studied, living in great poverty, but keeping a cheerful heart, and trying to look at the future, which looked so grimly at him. His good humor and excellent qualities made him beloved by his young comrades. Once he was standing with some of them in the great square of Upsula, prattling away an hour of leisure, when the attention of the young men became arresied by a young and elegant lady, who, at the side of an elderly one, was slowly walking over the place. It was the only daughter of the Governor of Uplann, living in the city, and the lady with her was the governess. She was generally known for her goodness and gentleness of character, and looked upon with admiration by all the students. As the young men stood gazing at her, as she passed on, like a graceful vision, one of them suddenly exclaimed : “Well, it ‘would be worth something to have a kiss from such a mouth !’’ The poor student, the hero of our story, who looked on that pure, angelic face, ex claimed, as if by inspiration— “ Well, I think I could have it I” “What 1” cried his friends in a chorus, “are you crazy ? Do you know her ?” “Not at all!” he answered ; bull think she would kiss me now if tasked her." “What! in this place—before all our eyes ?” “In this place, before your eyes."’ “Freely ?” “Freely.” “Well, if she will give you a kiss in that manner I will give you a thousand dollars,” exclaimed one of the party. “And I, and I,” exclaimed three or four others ; for it so happened that several rich young men were in the group, and the bets ran high on so improbable an event. The challenge was made and received in less time than we take to tell it. Our hero (my authority tells not whether he was handsome or plain ; I have my pecul iar ideas for believing that he was rather plain, but singularly good looking at thesame time,) immediately walked off to the young lady, and said: “Mine trolen, my fortune is now in your hands.” She looked at him in astonishment, but arrested her steps. He proceeded to state his name and condition, his aspirations, and related, simply and truly, what had just now passed between him and his companions. The young lady listened attentively, and, at his ceasing to speak, she said blushingly, but with great sweetness: “If by so little a thing so much good can be effected, it would be foolish for me to refuse your request;" and she kissed him publicly in the open square. Next day the student was sent for by the Governor. He wanted to see the man who had dared to seek a kiss from his daughter in that way. and whom she had consented to kiss so. He received him with a scrutin izing how, but, after an hour’s conversation, was so pleased with him that he ordered him to dineat his table daring his studies at Upsula. Our young friend pursued bis studies in a manner which soon made him regarded as the most promising student in the university. Three years were now passed since the day of the first kiss, when the young man was allowed to give a second one to the daughter of the Governor, as his intended bride. He became, later, one of the greatest scholars in Sweden, and as much respected for his acquirements as for his character. His works will endure while time lasts, among the works of science ; and from this happy union sprang a family well known in Sweden even at the present time, and whose wealth and high positions in society are re garded as trifles in comparison with its wealth of goodness and love. A Mjraci.e Explained.—ln Costello’s Holi days with Hobgoblins,” an amusing story is told of a parish priest who fancied bimselt the medium of a miracle, but was undeceived in a very prosaic way;— The well known French missionary. Father Rridaine, was always poor, for ti e simple reason that he gave away everything that he had. One evening he asked for a night's lodging of the curate of a village through which he passed, and the worthy man, having only one bed, shared it with him. At daybreak Father Bridainearose,according to custom, and went to say his prayers at the neighboring church. Returning from his sacred duty, be met a beggar, who asked an alms. “Alas, my friend, I have nothing,” said the good priest, mechanically putting his hand in his breeches pocket, where, to his utter astonishment, he found something hard wrapped up in a paper, which he knew he had not left there. He hastily opened the paper, and seeing four half crowns in it, he cried out that it was a miracle. He gave the money to the beggar and hastened to the church to return thanks to God. The curate soon after arrived there, and Father Bridaine related the miracle with the greatest unction ; the curate turned pale, put his hand in his pocket, and in an instant perceived that Father Bridaine, in getting up in the dark, had taken the wrong pair of breeches ; he bad performed a miracle with the curate’s half-crowns. The Vermont Patriot tells a story of an old usurer who went, one day. to visit a former borrower, who had since, fortunately, grown from poverty to independence. They went into the garden. Passing along a walk flanked on either side with flowers of great beauty and variety, the visitor made no remark until he came to the potaioe patch, when be exclaimed: “My friend, you’ll have a fine crop of potatoes there 1” “That’s jnst like you.” said the proprietor, “when ladies andgentlemen passthroughmygarden, they look at the flowers—but when a d—d bog comes In, all be can sec is potatoes." A. Fortunate Kiss NORTH SAN JUAN, NEVADA CO, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1861. MARYSVILLE PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE. 11. HARRIS & CO.. [Successors to Harris 4 Marchand,] E st., near tbe corner ofSecond MARYSVILLE. Also—73, J street. Sacramento. AND 105, Sacramento st., San Fran cisco. Also —At AURORA, Esttieralda District Wilicontinueto carry on thebusinessof MEL TI.Va.R BFIJVIJVO S/ASSJ YIJVG Gold and Ores . Of every Description. ADVANCES MAD ON GOLD DUST GOLD BARS BOUGHT AND SOLD. RETURNS MADE IN BARS or COIN I IN SIX HOURS. Shippers of Dust can draw, against consignment, on our houses at Marysville. Sacramento and San Francisco, and Check Books for that purpose, will bo furnished by us. They would respectfully solicit from the Miners and Dealers their patronage. As vouchers for the correct ness of their Assays, they refer with permission, to the following Bankers, who, for nearly four yjars, have shipped Bars assayed by them to the Eastern States and Europe: B. Davidson, Esq., Messrs. L. Parrot 4 Co., Sather4 Church. Tallant 4 Wilde, Reynolds. Reis 4 Co.. San Francisco: B. F. Hastings £ 00, D 0. Mills 4 Co., Sacramento; Low Bros. 4 Co., Decker, Jewett 4 Pax ton: Reynolds Bros. Marysville; Messrs. B. Berend 4 Co.. Trevor 4 Colgate, N. Y. oBtf ' H.HARRIS 4 CO. Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned in the manufacture and sale of our Patent Water Distributor for Hydraulic Mining, was dissolved on the first instant, hv mutual consent. FRANCIS SMITH, J. B. LOW. NortU San Juan, May 13.1861. N. B.—l have sold all my right, title and interest in and to the said Patent, to Francis Smith. All debts due the late firm will be collected by him. maylS J. B. LOW. SINGER’S SEWING MACHINES HAVE BEEN REMOVED TO 47 MONTGOMERY STREET, NEXT TO CORNER OF BUSH. I am prepared to demonstrate, to all who feel an In terest in Sewiog Machines, that SINGER’S FAMILY SEWING MACHINES WILL DO BETTER WORK On a greater range of fabrics—that is, on as light fabrics and on heavier fabrics—than any Family Sewir.g Machine before the public is capable of do ing; that the work can be done WITH GREATER EASE And with fewer interruptions; and that in all the important requisites of a Sewing Machine, Singer’s .Ifaciiiues at $lOO are cheaper than any other kind at $5O, lam now selling our * FAMILY SEWING MACHINES PLAIN at #5O CABINETS at 75 LETTER. A, or Transverse Shuttle Machine, an entirely new and incompar able Family Sewing Machine, and adapted to light manufac turing 00 Do not allow yourself to purchase a chain stitch machine, either double or single thread, all of which will ravel. All chain stitch machines have a cord on the under side of the fabric, and the work soon wears out. Work done on Singer’s Machines will out wear any other, and is more beautiful. No tailor or manu facturer buys a chain stitch machine. J. M. DUNNELL, 47 Montgomery street, apr27-6m San Francisco. OPPOSITION STAGE LINE ... .FROM.... Worth San Juan to Marysville. “LIVE AND LET LIVE.” MY Line of tages from "'an Juan to Marysville is firmly established. I will leave San Juan for Marysville on TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY of each week, Connecting with the Opposition Steamboats for Sacramento and San Francisco. Will leave Marysville for San Juan on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and FRIDAYS. All EXPRESS MATTER to or from Marysville, Sacramento or San Francisco, directed to my care, will be promptly delivered. I respectfully solicit tbe patronage of tbe traveling public Office —At San Juan at Sierra Nevada Hotel; at Marysville at Young America Saloon, corner 2d and High sts. J. S. McCUE. April 22d, 1861. api27-tf FOR SAEE CHEAP. 1 DOZEN HIVES OF BEES* strong sad healthy. spr27-K FRANCIS SMITH. Special Notices. A Manzanita Lodge, No. F". & A. M., meets every Saturday 'wr' at 8 o'clock p. m. Regular meetings Saturday of or next proceeding full moon. L.C. McKEEBY, W.M. £. Fbahcherb, Sec'y. junel X. O. of O- P. SAN JUANLODGE, NO. 67, I. 0. of - meets every Monday evening, at o’clock, at the Odd Fellows’ Hall, East Main street,North San Juan. Brothers of the Order in good standing are invited to attend. Chas. H. Hayes, N. G. L. McGcire, Sec’y. GOOD TEMPLARS Meet on Tuesday evening of each week, at Odd Fel lows’Hall. JO. THOMAS, C.T. J. Winnib, Sec’y. may2s NEW GOODS! A. BLOCK & CO., I I DAN. FURTH, Nevada , ] | San Juan. BLOCK & FURTH DEALERS IN CLOTHING! BOOTS ! HATS, &C., Have just received a large and well assorted stock of spring and summer goods, which they offor for sale cheap. They also keep always on hand a large supply of Duck, Twine and Quicksilver. STRICTLY ONE PRICE! GOLD DUST Purchasedat the highest rates, by BI.OCK * FURTH. 27 North San Juan. DRAFTS ON NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO RATES, AND Checks on San Francisco AT PA R North San Juan,iVbv. 6, *6B. 12tf Great Reduction IN THE PRICE of DUCKING The undersigned would announce that they HATE ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF All Sizes and Varieties OF DUCKING! UPON WHICH THEY HAVE Reduced tlie Price! And which they will dispose of At Cheaper Rates Than the same qualities hare ever been purch ased for in THIS MARKET '.BACALL, EXAMINE, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. BLOCK & FURTH. February 2d, 1861. tf FIRE! FIRE! John B. Sims, Successor to Sims & Fraser, Oregon at. between Front and Davis, SAN FRANCIS MANUFACTURER of Fire-Proof Doors and Shut ters, Bank Vaults, Grating, Bailing, Balco nies, 4c- Ac. N. B—A very largo assortment of very superior doors and shutters, manufactured in New York city for Messrs Lccount k Strong and Johnson k Canfield of San Francisco, all new and thorougly fire and thief proof. Also—a very large lot of second-hand shutters of various dimensions, all for sale at very low rates. All orders from the interior, Oregon and Washing ton Territories, or any place on the Pacific coast, at tended to with promptness and dispatch. Oregon street is in front of the Custom House, north side of the United Status Court buildings, San Francisco. apr2o-3m Sierra Nevada Motel. J. GORDON, INFORM the traveling community and citizens generally that having newly I**.* plastered, refitteA and Thoroughly Furnished the above well-known stand, he has now opened it to the public, and intends that it shall acquire the name of A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. 49~Beds of u nexceptionable comfort and cleanliness. Private Rooms Mil For Families or other persons desiring them. North San Jnan, Nov. Btb, 1859. V ariety. F R E sITTrrTv A L S I NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS ! A. COHN, Has just received and opened, at bis fgg_ stand, on Main street, a large and well selected stock of Faney Goods, Of all varieties, to which the attention of the Ladies ispaiticularly 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, Misce laueous, and Historical O o K , 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 the best selected and most extensive stocks of Goods ever brought to San Juan. Call.see, and judge for yourselves. Oct. 13, 1860. febll THE CELEBRATED MAGNETIC OIL, The Greatest JLiniment In Use. A CERTAIN CURE FOR Rheumatism, soreness and swelling of the breast, pain and weakness in the back and joints, sprains, bruises, cramps, numbness, fro zen limbs, bites of insects, goitre or swelled neck, i aralysis or loss of power in the limbs, burns, infla mations. tu mors. wounds, swellings, salt rheum, Ac., Ac. 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, galls, strains, scratches, wounds, swellings, Ac.. Ac. Manufactured only at the Drug Store of S. T. WATTS, wholesale druggist, Nos. 90 and 92 First st., Marysville. Janl93 m FLUME STREET MARKET, 11. C. DEAN, Proprietor, NORTH SAN JUAN. CHOICE American Beet. Pork and Mutton. Also, a fine lot of supe rior San Juan cured HAMS, Bacon, and Salt Meats. Prices according to quality of Meats. splendid article of fresh LARD always on hand. mrchl6 DAGUERREOTYPES, AMBROTYPES. etc. THE undersigned is prepared to execute Daguer reotypes, Ambrotypes.etc., in the most supexior manner, and at short notice. Terms reasonable. AUGUSTE WETTIG X. B. PIANO MUSIC also taught. Peel 3m Cheap John’s ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE CLOSED OUT ! We Guarantee to UXJDER.SBLL ANY HOUSE IN NORTH SAN JUAN! AUCTION EVERT EVENING. The Most Direct Route to Washoe I PASSENGER LINE , between i DOWNIEVILLE AND VIRGINIA CITY! THROUGH IN TWO DAYS I WE are now making two round trips a week. From Downieville, Passengers are taken by our saddle horses and mules, EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY, “S* stopping the first night at Ilowk's Warm Sulphur Springs, in Sierra Valley; thence, next morning, by Concord Coaches, (stopping at Steamboat Springs), through to Virginia City. From Virginia City, Pasaengersare taken by stage—via Steamboat Springs and Howk’s, through in two days to Downieville; the third day to Marysville. there is no snow on this route, and passengers are guaranteed a pleasant trip in the time named: hav ing the advantage of a night at the Hot Sulphur Springs, where all the comforts of a good hotel are found, with the addition of that invigorating luxury, a bath in the Springs, which are furnished with the usual facilities pertaining to such places of resort. may4-lm J. A. RETICKER, Agent. Edward Hull, S. F.] [lsaac Lohmaxn, Sac Hull & Lobmann, Wholesale dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Grain, Flour, Liquors, Etc., Etc., Fireproof Brick Store, No. 186, J street, be tween Qlh and Ith, Sacramento. O*Orders from tbe country promptly attend ed bo. mprl27 9m Variety. tOW TARIFF! NEW SPRING GOODS. Mr. G. LEVY Having just returned from below with an extensive stock of SPRING and SUMMER DRY GOODS* Kmbrncinp: a more complete stock than he has ev«f heretofore brought to the mountains, now offers the same for sale AT GREATLY REDUCED ROTES I FOR CASH. This being the only Dry Hoods establishment in North San .limn, is fitted out with a view to the ac commentation of the mountain public* and particularly the ladies, with every article of Staple* Fancy and Toilet Goodi Suitable for spring and summer wear. Also, » splendidly selected assortment of Ladies* Misses’ and Childrens’ Boottf and Shoes. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mat* tings, Paper Hangings, Window Shades, Cornices, etc., etc. jfcS-Tbo Ladies of San Juan ami the surrounding country are respectfully invited to call, and patronize their Hume Dry Hoods Store, resting assured that the quality and prices of the articles so'd shall giveeutire satisfaction. apr27 CABINET MAKING AND JOINING. The undersigned respectfully in forms the citizens of San Juan and vicinity that lie has opened a Cabinet Making and Joiner's Shop, On Flume street, where heis prepared to do all kinds of business in his line, promptly,and in the best style ol workmanship. Wardrobes. Bedsteads, Washstr.nds, Bureaus. Tables Safes, and in fact allkindsof Furniture kept constan tly on band, made to order, and repaired tPft_Second baud Furniture bought and sold. JOHN G. KLINK Aug. 4,18C0. 3m Summons. State of California , County of Nevada, ss. District Court of the Fourteenth Judicial District, of said Stall The People of the State of California, to GEORGE 11. ACKLER, Greeting. YOU are hereby summoned to appear and answer to the complaint of Anuiuda Acklcr. filed against you, within ten days from the service of this writ, if served on you in this county, within twenty days if served on you in this District and out of this county, and within forty days if served on you In the State and out of this District, in an action commenced on the 21st day of March, a. n. 1861. in said Court, wherein plaintiff prays judgment against you for a judgment of'divorce from tile bonds of matrimony now existing betwein you and plaintiff; that plaintiff have the care, guard ianship and custody of the infant children Margaret and WilMam Acklcr. and that she recovi r of and fr« m said defendant thecosts of this suit, and for such other ami further relief ns to the Court may m i m just and equitable in the premist s. And yon an hereby notifii d that if you fail to answer said complaint as lieiein di rected, plaintiff will take judgment against you there for by default, together with all cost of suit, and also demand of Hie Court such other relict as is prayed for in plaintiff’s said complaint In testimony whereof T, John P. Lambert, Clerk oftlie District Court aforesaid, do heie nnto set my hand and impress the seal oftha said Conit,at office.in the cityof Nevada, this m 21st day of March, a. d. 1861. JNO. S. LAMBERT, Clerk. By Jos. M. Levey, Deputy. By order of Hon. Niles Swirls, District Judge, 14th Judicial District. A true copy. Attest: JNO. S. LAMBERT. Clerk. By Jos. M. Levey. Deputy. T. B. McFarland, Att’y for I’l’ff. mar23-3m $ SEAL Summons. State of California, County of Nevada, ss. Distrcti Court of the 14 th Judicial District of said State. The People of the State of California to WARREN PARKER, Greeting: YOU are jiereby summoned to appear and answer to the complaint of L II Fowler, filed against you, within ten days from the service of this writ, if served on yon in this county, within twenty days if served on you in this district and out of this county, and w ithin forty days if served on you in this State and out of this district, in an action commenced on the 18th day of April. A.D. 1801, in said court, to ob tain a decree of this court for the foreclosure i f a cer tain mortgage, bearing date tbo Ist day of May. A. D. 1860. executed by the said defendant to Sylvester Bryant and for the sale of the premises therein, and in said complaint particularly mentioned and de scribed, and the application of the moneys arising fiom such sale to the payment of the amount due on a certain promissory note set forth in said complaint, m.de and delivered to said Sylvester Bryant by the defendant and by said Bryant assigned to this plaintiff, bearing even date with said mortgage and thereby intended to be secured, to w it: The sum of $5OO with interest thereon from the Ist day of May a. d. 1860, at the rate of two percent, per month till paid; and if any deficiency shall remain after applying ail of said moneys, properly so applicable tberete,then that plaintiff may have execution therefor against the said defendant, also that said defendant and nil and every person claiming thiough or under defendant subse quently to tbo date of plaintiff’s mortgage and the commencement of this action, maybe barred and fore closed of all right, claim, lien ami equity of redemp tion in and to the said mortgaged premises, or any part thereof, and for such other or further relief, ot both, in the premises as may be just and equitable. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to an swer said complaint, as herein directed, plaintiff will take judgment against you therefor by default, to gether with all costs of suit, and also demand of the court such other relief as is prayed for in plaintiff's said complaint. In testimony whereof I. John S Lambert. Clerk of the District Court aforesaid, do hereunto set • | my hand and impress the seal of said court, ; * ': at office, in Nevada city, this 18th day of - April, a. D. 1861 JNO. 8 LAMBERT, Clerk. By Joe Roberts, Jr , Deputy. By order of Hon. Niles Searls. Judge of District Court aforesaid. JNO. S. LAMBERT, Clerk. By Jot, Roberts. Jr. Deputy. A. L. Greeley, Att’y for pl'ff. apr27-2ra UJ PAINTER & Co- OT Practical Printers, and Dealers in TOgg Jjf Type, Presses, Printing Material* Ink, Paper, Cards, Sfe. 5lO Clay Street, above Sansome, 3. B. painter} San Francisco. 3. M. PAINTER > T. P. PAINTER 3 Officer fitted tfut with dispatch ia*reh2-ly NO.