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'THE ItIMAULIC PRESS Issued every Saturday morning Wt BAUSMAN, Editor and Proprietor. Terms for the Papist. ®na Year,invariably inadvanco ....... $5 00 •lit MfcKlhs, “ “ “ 300 IhfTStS “ “ “ M iOO Terms fd £ Adifrferlisitog. bne Square,(l2 lines) first idSC'rtlOfl,•••••■• $3 00 Each subsequent insertion, v. 1 00 Business cards not exceeding four Hires of this type, will be inserted fur $6 00 a quarter. Hkaats to Volunteers In the Field. Hall’s Journal of Health furnishes the fol lowing suggestions as to preserving the ■health of soldiers in a campaign : 1. In any ordinary campaign, sickness dis ables or destroys three times as many as the •sword. 2. On a march from April to November, the entire clothing should be a colored flan nel shirt with a loosely buttoned collar, cot ton drawers, woolen pantaloons, steO'Os ft’e.fi stockings, and a ligbt-'ccleved felt bat, kith broad brim to pfc'tt'cA ’tbt byes And face from the glare of the sttr. ard frOra ’the tain, and a substantia* bst Act hbaV.y boat when off cf ddVy-. 3. San-HrcV* fe'iost effectually prevented by ft Ewk handkerchief in the ctek’-n of the bat. *. blankets are best, and if lined with b’rbwn drilling, the warmth -and dura bility are doubled, While the ‘prO’rCctron against datfrp’ncss ‘from lying on 'fi'C ■gro’ftn'S is almost complete. 5. Never lie or sit doVn'6'ft the grass or bare ground for ft Wtoctfc’hV; rather use your hat—a handkerdi'ffc'f'evcn, is a great protec tion. The watfner you are the greater need ■for this precaution, as a damp vapor is im mediately generated, to be absorbed by the clothing, and to cool you off too rapidly. 6. While marching, or on other active duty, the more thirsty you are, the more essential is it to safety of life itself, to rinse out the mouth two or three times, and then take a swallow of water at a time, with short inter vals. A brave French general, on a forced march, fell dead on the instant, by drinking largely of cold water, when snow was on the grouud. 7. Abundant sleep is essential to bodily efficiency, and to that alertness of raiud which is all-important in an engagement; and few things more certainly and more •effectually prevent sound sleep than eating Ihcartily after sundown, especially after a heavy march or desperate battle. 8. Nothing is more certain to secure en durance and capability of long continued effort, than the avoidance ot everything as a •drink except cold water, not excluding coffee at breakfast. Drink as little as possible, of even cold water. 9. After any sort of exhausting effort, a cup of coffee, hot or cold, is an admirable sustainer of the streegth, until nature begins to recover herself, 10. Never eat heartily just before a great tindertaking; because the nervous power is irresistibly drawn to the stomach to manage the food eaten, thus drawing off that supply which the brain and mnscSes so much need. 11. If persons will drink brandy, it is com parably safer to do so after an effort than be fore ; for it can only-give a transient strength, lasting but a few minutes; but as it can uevar be known bow long any given effort cs to r re kept'rn continuance, and if longer ■than Ifbt few minutes, the body becomes *raore feeMo than it would have been without ■stimulus, it is clear that its use before an •effortis always hazardous, and is always un wise. 12. Never go to sleep, especially after a •great effort, even in hot weather, without some covering over you. 13. Under all circumstances, rather than lie down on the bare ground, lie in the hol low of two logs placed together, or across several smaller pieces of wood, laid side by aide; or sit on your hat, leaning against a tree. A nap of ten or fifteen minutes in that position will refresh you more than an hour ■on the bare earth, with the additional advan tage of perfect safety. 14. A cut is less dangerous than a bullet wound, and heals more rapidly. 15. If from any wound the blood spirts out in jets, instead of a steady stream, you will ■die in a few minutes unless it is remedied; because an artery has been divided, and that takes the blood direct from the fountain of life. To stop this instantly, tie a handker chief or other cloth very loosely between (!) the wound and the heart; put a stick, bayo net or ramrod between the skin and the hand kerchief, and twist it around until the bleed ing ceases, and keep it thus until the sur geon arrives. 16. If the blood flows in a slow, regular stream, a vein has been pierced, and the handkerchief must be on the other side of the wound from the heart; that is, below the Wound. 17. A bullet through the abdomen (belly •or stomach) is more certainly fatal than if aimed at the head or heart; for in the latter case the ball is often glanced off by the bone, or follows round it under the skin; but when It enter? the stomach or bowels, from any direction, death is inevitable under all con ceivable circumstances, but is scarcely ever instantaneous. Generally the person lives a day or two with perfect clearness of intellect, •often not suffering greatly. The practical bearing of this statement in reference to the •great future is clear. 18. Let the whole beard grow, but not longer than three inches. This strengthens and thickens its growth, and thus makes a more perfect protection for the lungs against dust, and of the throat against winds and cold jn winter, while in the summer a greater ■perspiration of the skin is induced, with an ‘increase of evaporation; hence, greater cool ness of the parts on the outside, while the throat is less feverish, thirsty and dry. AVjOiil fats and fat meats in summer and*ih all Warm days. 20, Whenever possible, take a plunge into any Ikke 6r running stream every morning *8 soon as you get up; none at band, en deavor to wash the body all over as soon as THE HYDRAULIC PRESS. you leave your bed, fur personal cleanliness acts like a charm against all diseases, always either warding them off altogether, or greatly mitigating their severity and shortening their duration. 21. Keep the hair of the head closely cut, saV ftithVn an inch and a half of the scalp to every part, repeated on the first of each month, and wash the whole scalp plentifully in cold water every morning. 22. Wear Woolen stockings and moderate ly loose shoes, keeping the toe and finger nails always cut close. 23. It 1b ttteft important to wash the feel well every night, than to wash the face and lianas of mornings '; because it aids to keep the skin and nails soft, and to prevent chafings, blisters and corns, all of which greatly interfere with a soldier’s duty, 24. The most universally safe position, after all stunnings, hurts and wounds, is that of being placed on the back, the head being elevated three or four inches only ; aiding more than any one thing else can do to equalise and restore the proper circulation of the blood. 25. The more weary yo'ft are after a march brother wort:, the more easily will you take rrol'd if you remain still after it is over, unless the raetaetit you cease motion yoa thtoW a coat or blanket over your shoulders. This precaution should be taken in the Warmest weather, especially if there is 'CVefe a slight Air stirring. 26. The greatest klndess you can show a severely vroftn&ed comrade is, first to place him on hns back, and then run with all yott •might for some water to drink ; not a sccc’hfi ought to be lost If no vessel is at 'hand, take your hat ; if no hat, off with your shirt, wring it oat once, tie the arms in a knot, as also the lower end, thus making a bag, open at the neck only. A fleet person can convey a bucketful half a mile in this way. I’ve seen a dying man clutch at a single drop of water from the finger’s end with the voraciousness of a famished tiger. 27. If wet to the skin by rain nr by swim ming rivers, keep in motion until the clothes are dried, and no harm will result. 28. Whenever it is possible, do, by all means, when you have to use water for cook ing or drinking from ponds or sluggish streams, boil it well, and when cool, shake it or stir it, so that the oxygon of the air shall get to it, which greatly improves it for drinking. This boiling arrests the process of fermentation which arises from the pres ence of organic and inorganic impurities, thus lending to prevent cholera and all bowel diseases. If there is no lime for boil ing, at least strain it through a cloth, even if you have to use a shirt or trovvsrr leg. 29. Twelve men are hit in battle, dressed in red, where there arc only five dressed in a bluish-grey—a difference of more than two to one ; green, seven ; brown, six. 30. Water can be made almost ice cool in the hottest weather, by closely enveloping a filled canteen, or other vessel, with woolen cloth kept plentifully wetted and exposed. 31. While on a march, lie down the mo ment yon halt for a rest; every minute spent in that position refreshes more than five minutes standing or loitering about. 32. A daily evacuation of the bowels is indispensable to bodily health, vigor and en durance; this is promoted, in many cases, by stirring a taldespoonful of corn (Indian) meal in a glass of water, and drinking u on rising in the morning. 33. Loose bowels, namely, acting more than once a da}-, with a feeling of debility afterward, is the first step toward cholera; the best remedy is instant and perfect quie tude of body, eating nothing but boiled rice with or without boiled milk ; in more decided cases, a woolen flannel, with two thicknesses in front, should be bound tightly around the abdomen, especially if marching is a neces* sity. 34. To have “been to the wars” is a life long honor, increasing with advancing years, while to have died in defense of your country will be the boast and glory of your children’s children. Armies and Savics of the World. The standing armies and navies of Europe, even on what is called a “peace footing,’’ are on a tremendous scale. France —Army, 600,000 men; 170 field bat teries; guards, 30,000 men. Navy, 425 ves sels and 30,000 sailors. Austria —Army, 600,000 men, of which 455,000 are infantry, 75,000 cavalry, 60,000 artillery and 10,000 engineers and staff. Prussia —Army, 525,000 men. England —Army, 225,000 men, including the colonial troops. Navy, 600 vessels, of which over 350 arc sailing vessels, 250 steamers, and 50 ships of the line, carrying about 18,000 guns and 70.000 men. Russia —Army, 1,000,000, including tho reserve, besides 225,000 irregular troops. Navy, 200 vessels and 30,000 sailors. Turkey —Army (regular) 180,000 men ; re serve, 158,000; irregular troops, 61,000; various contingents, 110,000 Total, 319,- 000. Navy, 70 vessels and 30,000 sailors and gunners. Belgium —Army, (on a war footing,) 65 r 000 infantry and 14,000 cavalry. Switzerland —Army, 125,000. German Confederation —Army,525,000 men, besides 50,000 cavalry, including the con tingent of Austria and Prussia. United States —Array, 13,000 men ; militia, 3,864,614 men. Navy, 10 ships of the line, 10 frigates, 21 sloops of war, 3 brigs, 1 schooner, 30 screw steamers and tenders, 9 side-wheel steamers, 3 store vessels, 6 re ceiving ships, in all, 93 vessels; a naval asy lum, a naval academy and 8 navy yards. As regards the comparative cost of stand ing armies and navies of various countries, a Belgian paper asserts that the maintenance of these armies in time of peace costs the countries of Europe annually $385,000,000, and the fleets about $80,000,000. The ex pense of the two greatest navies of the world, during the last seven years, is stated to be, for England, 365,000,000, and for France $90,000,000. The lash that man does not object to have laid on bis shoulders—the eye lash of apretty gWI. To make a pair of pants last—make the coat and vest first. NORTH SAN JUAN, NEVADA CO, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1861. MARTSTILLE PIONEER ASSAY OFFICE. 11. HARRIS & CO., [Successors to Harris t Mareband,] E st., near the corner of Second MARYSVILLE. AlsO**t3, S street, Sacramento, ASt) 105) Sacramento st., San Fran cisco. Also—At AURORA, Esmotklda District Willcontinueto carry on thebusinessof MEL TING, R E FINING 6c ASS A YING Gold, and Ores 9 Of every Description. ADVANCES MAD ON GOLD DUST GOLD BARS BOUGHT AND SOLD. RETURNS MADE IN BARS or COIN ! IN SIX HOURS. Shippers of Dust can draw, against consignment, CP our houses at Marysville, Sacramento and San tWnClSfco. and Check books for that purpose, will be 'lPcrushed 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 yaara, have shipped Bars assayed by them to the Eastern States and Europe: B. Davidson, Esq., Messrs. L. Parrot & Co., Sathor.t Church, Tallant & Wilde, Reynolds. ReU t Co., San Francisco; B. F. Hastings A Go, D. O. Mills A Co., Sacramento; Low Bros, k Co., Decker, Jewett A Pax ton; Reynolds Bros. Marysville; Messrs. 11, Rerand k Co.. Trevor & Colgate, U, V, oStf lI.HARRIS t CO. SOGER'S SITIICIICIIHS 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 Sewing 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 Scwii 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 J/achines at $lOO are cheaper than any other kind at $5O, I am now selling our FAMILY SEWING MACHINES PLAIN at $5O CABINETS at 75 LETTER A, or Transverse Shuttle Machine, on 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 tlie 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. It. DUNNELL, 47 Montgomery street, apr27-6m San Francisco. OPPOSITION STAGE LINE ....FROM.... North San Juan to Marysville. “LIVE AND LET LIVE." MY Line of tages from San Juan to Marysville is firmly established I will leave San Juan for Marysville on TUESDAY, THURSDAY and S.l TURD A Y 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 ray care, will bo promptly delivered. I respectfully solicit the patronage of the traveling public Orrict—At San Juan at Sierra Nevada Hotel; at Marvsville at Young America Saloon, corner 2d and High sts. J. S. McCUE. April 22d, 1861. api27-tf Edward Hull, S. F.] [lsaac Lohmann, Sac • Hull & Lohmann, , Wholesale dealers in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Grain, Flour, Liquon, Etc., Etc., Fire-proof Brick Store, No. 186, J street, be tibeen 6ih and Tth, Sacramehto. JjTOrders from the country promptly attend ed to. apt!27 3m Special Notices. A Manranita Lodge, No. YYlOa, F. & A. M., meets every Saturday 'Nr' at 8 o'clock p. m. Regular meeting? Saturday of or next prececdiug full moon. L.C. McKEEBY, W.M. E. Francher*, Sec'y. junel X. O. of O. F. SAX JUAN LODGE. N 0.67,.67, J.0.0f £ 0. F. 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.ll. Hayes, N. G. L. McGuire, Sec’y. GOOD TEMPLARS Meet on Tuesday evening of each week, at Odd Fel lows' Hall. JO. THOMAS, C. T. J. Winne, Seo’y. may2s NEW GOODS! A. BLOCK k CO., Nevada , DAN. FORTH, San Juan. BLOCK & FORTH DEALERSjy CLOTHUSTG! 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 Purchased at the highest rates, by 27 81-OCK k FURTII. North San Juan. DRAFTS ON NEW YORK, SAN FRANcYsCO RATES, AND Checks on Sail Francisco AT PAR North San Juan,ATov.6, ’5B. 12tf Great Reduction IN TH* PRICE of DUCKING The undersigned Would announce that they HAVE OX HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF All Sizes and Varieties OF DUCKINGI UPON WHICH THEY HAVE Reduced the Price I And which they will dispose of At Cheaper Rates Than the same qualities have ever been purch ased for in EXAMINE, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. BLOCK & FI RTH. February 2d, 1861. If FIRE I FIRE f John ft. Sims, Successor to Sims k Fraser, Oregon at. between Front and Davie, SAN FRANCISCO. MANUFACTURER of Fire-Proof Doors and Shut ters, Bank Vaults, Grating, Railing, Balco nies, Ac.. Ac. N. B—A very largo assortment of very superior doors and shutters, manufactured in New York city for Messrs Lccouiit k Strong and Johnson & 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, Oregoh and Washing ton Territories, or any place on the Pacific coast, at tended to with promptness and dispatch. OSJ-Oregon street is in front of the Custom House, north side of the United State* Court buildings, San Francisco. apr2o-3m Sierra Nevada Hotel. J. GORDON, INFORM the traveling community and citirtns generally that having newly plastered, refitteA and Thoroughly Famished theaboye Well-known stand, he has now opened ft to the public, and.intends that it shaj I acqni re the name of A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL ggy-Bedsof unexceptionable comfort and cleanliness. Private Rooms For Families or other persons desiring thorn. North San Jnan, Nov. 6tb, 1850. is • ■ LOW TARIFF I NEW SPRING GOODS. Mr. O. LEVY Having just returned from below with an extensive stock of SPRING and SUMMER DRY GOODS, Embracing a more complete stock than he has ever heretofore brought to the mountains, now offers the same for sale AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES! FOR CASH. This being the only Dry Goods establishment In North San .loan, is fitted out with a view to the ac commodation of the mountain public, and particularly the Indies, with every article of Staple, Fancy and Toilet Goods Suitable for spring and summer wear. Also, a splendidly selected assortment of Ladles’ Misses’ and Childrens’ Boots and Shoes. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mut ting’s, Paper Hangings, Window Shades, Cornices, etc., etc. AsA*Tlie Ladies of San Juan and the surrounding country are respectfully invited to call,and patronize their Home Dry Goods Store, resting assured that the quality and prices of thcarticiea sold shall giveeutire satisfaction. apr27 FLUME STREET MARKET, H. 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. AS”A splendid article of fresh LARD always on hand. mrclilfi Cheap John’s ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE CLOSED OUT! We Guarantee to tTMDBIZISMLiZj ANY HOUSE IN NORTH MAN JEAN I AUCTION EVERY EVENING. FRED. A. WILDER, BAKER. At the Building formerly owned and occupied by D. P. Avery as a Drug Store. Manufactures and keeps constantly on hand, the fol lowing BREAD-STUFFS; BREAt): Domestic, Crackers: Butter, do Graham, do Sugar, do Rye and Indian, do Boston. Rusk; Cakes: Plain; French Rolls; Cookies; Cakes, rich; (made to order) Molasses cakes; FruitCako; Small Fancy Ponnd; Pound do. Ginger Bread; Sponge do; Ginger SViappa; Delicatedo;(or Bride’s cake; Fried cakes; Gold do; Pies of all kinds— Black do; (very rich) made‘‘with seme thing in ’em.’’ A Wagon will run regularly to Cherokee, Badger Hill,and Columbia Hill, every Monday and Friday. To San Juan, Sebastopol, Sweetland, Birchville, and French Corral, every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday. In connection with the Bakeev is a LUNCH ROOM, where parties can be accommodated With cakes, pies, coffee, tea, 4c., 4c., YEAST, put up in bottles, for family use, kept con stantly on hand. Family and Miners’ enstom partichlarly desired, and regularly served with any of the above articles, at rates th«y can afford to pay. Citizens of Sah Jnan! I hope you will consider me (as I do myself) a fixture among you; hoping to build up a business, and to stake for myself and family a permanent home. FBED’c. A. WILDER. San Juan. Nov. Ist,iB6o. tf Shady Greek Saw Mill. This Mill has just been completed, and is ready fa supply LUMBER of all kinds, and in any quantity, at short notice. Having the very best of Timber, and all the modem improvements in machinery, We can give entire satisfaction to thceo who may favor us with their patronage. Dec. 8,1860, CLARK 4 CO. Variety. FRESH ARRIVALS! NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS I a - coasr. r—y, —Has just received and opened, at bid stand, on Main street, a largo and well selected stock of Fancy Goods, Of all varieties, to which the attention of the Ladfci ispaiticularly invited. Also,an extensive lot of CUTLERY! Embracing Colt’s Revolvers. Derringer Pistols, Bnfefc* ct. carving and Bowie Knives, Ac. Also—a largo as sortment of Poetical. Standard, Misce laneous, ana Historical BOOKS, Which it is determined to close out at coat. Cigars and Tobacco At Wholeseaie and Retail. Besides other articles la the line of a general variety store; being, on the whole one of the hest selected add most extensive stocks of Goods ever brought to »nn Jaad. Call.see, and judge for yourselves. Oct. 15,1860. febll THE CELEBRATED MAGNETIC OIL, . The Greatest Liniment In Use. A CERTAIN CURE FOR Rheumatism, soreness and swelling of the breuff pain and weakness in the back and joints, sprains, bruises, cramps, numbness, fro zen limbs, bites of insects, goitre cr swelled neck, i nralysls cr loss of power in the limbs, bums, iufla mation's. tu mors. wounds, swellings, salt rheum, Ac., ie. And effectually and speedily ertres most of the dlsektaß 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 Ding Store of 8. I. WATTS, wholesale druggist, Nos. 90 and 92 First st. # Marysville. •• Janl9.ini DAGUERREOTYPES, AWfiffOTYPES. cic. THE undersigned is prepared to execute DagUor* rcotypes, Ambrotypes,etc., in the most superior manner, and at short notice-A. reasonable. X. B. PIANO Sm CABINET MAKING AND JOINING. The undersigned resjJb'ct full forms the San Juan add vicinity that he^Ropened a Cabinet Making uKwlß'uer’s Shop, On Flume streft^y. where he is prepared to do all kinds of business in hi< line, promptly, ftnd in the best'style of workmanship. Wardrolais. Bedsteads. Withstands. Bureaus. Tables Safes, and in fact all kinds of Furniture kept Comrta»» tly oh hand, made to order, and repaired flgff-Secoud hand Furniture bouglit and sold. , JOHN G. KLINS Aug 4,1860. 3m * „ Commons. Slate of California, Counts °f Nevada, u. iHstriii Court of the Fourteenth Judicial District. of said Stale The People of Iht State of California, to GEORGE H. ACKLER, Greeting. YOU are hereby summoned to appear and answer Ip the complaint of Arnriuda Acklpr. 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 this District and out of this county, anJ within forty days if served on you in the Btate and out of this District. re»n action commenced On the2lst day of March,A.£. 1-861,hi snldCdurt, wherein plaintiff prays judgment against you for ajudgjucnt ofdiVorca from the bonds of matrimony now existing between yon ami plaintiff; that plaintiff have fhe*ca|Ugguard ianship and custody of the infant children Margaret and William Ackler. and that site recover of and frits said defendant thecoste ofthis suit,end for such aNtaV and rurther relief as to the Court may seein just equitable in the premises. And you are hereby that if you fail to answer said complaint as rectod.plaintiff will take judgment against you (her*- for by default, together witli all cost of suit, nod nlsii demand of the Court such other'relict as is pisyed for in plaintiff’s said complaint fV ln testimony whereof I, John P. Lambert, t j Clerk of the District Court aforesaid, do heia- 3EAL unto eet my band'and impress the Seal oftbe -.—■ said Court, at office, in the city of Nevada, this 21st day of March, a. d. 1861. JNO: S. LAMBERT, Clerk. i /, By Jos. M. Levet, Deputy. By order of lion. Niles Searls, District Judge, 14tll Judidlal'District. A true copv. Attest: JNO. S. LAMBERT. Clerk. By Jos. M. Levey. Deputy. T. B. McFaßlaro, Att’y for Pl’ff. mar23-3m Summons* Stale of California, County of Nevada, ss. Dirireil Court of the 14 th Judicial District of said State. 'The People of the State of California to WARDEN PARKER, Greeting: YOU are hereby 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 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 this Stats and durt of this district, in an action commenced on the 18th day of April. A.d. 1861, fh saidcotirt, toot* tain a deertfo of Ibis Court for the foreclosure cf acer taib mortgage, bearing date the Ist day of May, a. r>. 3860. 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 from such sale to the payment of the amount diio on a certain promissory note set forth In said complaint, nude and delivered to said Sylvester Biyatit by the defendant Sind by said Bryant assigned to this plaintiff, bearing even <Utc with said mortgage and thereby intended to bo secured, to wit; The sum ofssoo with Interest thereon from the Ist day of May a. d. I 860) at the rate of two per cent, ptfr month rill paid; and if any deficiency shall remain after apply ir»g all of fc’aid moneys, property so applicable thereto, then that plaintiff may have execution therefor against the said defendant, also that said deferidant and all and every person claiming through or under defendant subse* quoetly to tho date of plaintiff’s mortgage ami th« commencement of this action, may be barred and fore* closed Of all right, claim, lien and equity of rcdempJ ti6n in and to the said mortgaged premises, or any part thereof, and for such other or further relief, or both, in the premises as may he just and equitable,’ And yon are hereby Notified that if you fiui to hh- SwcrsaJd complaint, as herein directed, plaintiff will take judgment against you therefor by default, to gether with ail cofetp of suit, and aieodemahd of tho court such other relief as ie prayed for lit plaintiff’s said complaint. In testimony thereof 1. John S Lambert, Clerk of ...... the District Court aforesaid, do hereunto set -L 8 • ,n T 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. LAMBBOT, Clerk. By Joe Roberts. Jb. Deputy. A. L. Greeley, Att’y for pl’ff.' apr27-2m 1 Practical Printers, And Dealers ifc Type, Presses, Printing Material* Ink, Paper, Cards, sc. 510 Clay Street, above Sansome, j. b. painter } San Francisco’ J. M. PAINTER > T. P. PAINTER > ffS&'Offieet fftted out with dispatch nw^hS-ly NO. 45.