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The hydraulic press Issued every Saturday morning W. B AUSM AN, ftdltor and Proprietor. Terms for the Papers Qne Tear,lnvariably inadvnnco $5 00 Six Months, “ “ “ 300 'Three “ u " “ 200 Terms for Advertising. *one Sqnare,(l2 lines) first insertion, $3 00 Each subsequent insertion, 1 00 Business cards not exceeding four lines of this will be inserted for 16 00 a quarter. Shooting Trout. -Near Petaluma there is a creek in which trtlVl do abound. In San Francisco there are many old sports who delight in trout, and who will go several miles in order to “hook” one of the spotted beauties. These sports generally congregate at “Dan’s” and agree on future movements. One day last week six gentlemen met at the “Blue Wing” and ■decided to have a day’s fishing. Petaluma was decided upon as the spot, on account of its good water, buttermilk and soft shell ■crabs. As we have been particularly request ed by three of the party not to mention their names, we will not do so, but merely give their initials, which are: C-o-l-o-n-e-1 V-i-b-b-a-r-d, J-i-m G-r-a-y and S-a-ra B-r-o-w-n. The gentlemen reached Pet aluma in safety, joined their rods and com menced to fish. After a few moments useless “tossing the fly” the Colonel became tired, and determined to shoot. Accordingly he took the only gun in the caravan and went 'Off to hunt doves, chippies, or wrens. Having exploded about a pound of powder without any other effect than that of breaking the limbs of trees and tearing up plowed ground, the Colonel was completely disgusted •and started back for the creek. Just as he hove in sight of the man whose name com unences with Jim, he heard his name called. Bushing to the brook, he saw James standing in the attitude of Ajax, as represented by Tom Donnelly's picture, and “cussing,” “What’s the matter 7” says the Colonel. “Why, the matter is this,” says Jim, “I just caught a big trout, ‘he weighs over four pounds;’ I threw him out and can’t find him.” “Can’t you take off an ounce or two ?” says the Colonel. “No, no,” says Jim, “he was so heavy that ray line is broken, and my arm is sprained with the exertion of lifting him.” The Colonel looked wise, and after thinking of every thing earthly, commenced to scratch his head and look upwards. What should be the first object that struck his vision but a fine trout weighing about three quarters of a pound dangling from the limb of a shrub -oak tree. He called Jim’s attention to it. and then a 'council of war was held. It was decided that the Colonel should shoot the limb off, he being particularly good at that business, and that some one should stand in the brook directly under the scaly bird and catch it. Jim complained of having a cold in his head and demurred to th» writer proposition. Consequent’} Sara was called. He had just been to a ranch near by and had a pitcher of buttermilk in one hand and * slice of bacon in the other. Sam is a good soul, and as he was requested to step into the brook and catch the trout he could not refuse. Carefully he went-under the limb, and planted himself on the point of a rock. The Col shot, the limb fell, and so did Sara, for losing his balance, he instantly tumbled backwards. Unfortunately, having forgotten to deposit his pitcher of buttermilk on the land, the beverage was spilled at the same time Sara was. A rush was made by all /parties for Sara, the pitcher, and the trout. The result was, that three men stood in the brook, the water reaching their chins, the 'trout floated away, the pitcher was broken Ijy Sam’s boot-heel, and all looked miserable. Finally, one laughed, then the others, and 'then altogether they scrambled ashore. The next day they arrived in town and told their adventures, but as nobody saw the trout, “why the reader can believe as much as he or she pleases. There is a moral, however. "When you go trout-fishing always take your shot-gun along.—S. F. Mirror. The Loyal axd Seceded States. —The eleven seceded States contain an area of 737,084 square miles, and a total population of 9,000,8015, of which 5,576,689 are free and 3,520,116 are slaves. The loyal States and Territories have an area 2,252,925 square miles and a total population of 22,322,986, of which only 432,685 are slaves. In the loyal States there are about 4,000,000 of persons capable of bearing arms, and about 1,000,000 in the seceded States. According to the census of 1860, the value of the real and personal property of the loyal States is $10,900,758,007 ; of the seceded States, $5,102,165,993. The difference in the wealth of the two sections is really much greater than indicated by the foregoing figures. At least one third of the property of Secessia is in slaves; but in estimating the wealth of a nation, slaves can no more ■he counted as property than freemen who work for a living. The warlike resources at the command of the Government, as com pared with those of the rebels, is about in *the proportion of four to one. -»» “Father,” said a lady of the new school her indulgent spouse, as he resumed ’his pipe after supper, one evening, “you *must bay Oaf dear Georgiana an English and spelling book ; she has gone through her French, Latin and Greek, mnsic, drawing and dancing, and now she must commence her English studies.” A young feuCT; ridin £ do } rn a stee P h’ ll . ■and doahUog if the fooC of & wsts hoggish, called oirt to a clown who was curbing, and ‘asked him if it was hard at the b'otiGPJ answered the man, is bard enough, I’ll warrant you.” Bat is half-a-dozen Steps the horse sank up to the saddle girths, whfcb made the young gallant whip, spar, curse, and swear. “Why, you rascal 1” said he to the ditcher, “did you not tell me it was hard at the bottom ?” “Ay but you are not half way to the bottom ret.” THE HYDRAULIC PRESS. A patron has requested us to publish the subjoined article, embracing the statistics of Southern products. We have neither bad the time nor the opportunity of comparing the figures with the census returns, but are willing to concede they are all right. The South, it will be seen, has immense resources, derived chiefly from the productiveness of her soil; although this fact was previously so well known, that it hardly required illus tration. And yet, with this conceded source of wealth at command, it does not follow that she is able to contend successfully in her rebellion against the General Govern ment, Tantalus is represented as standing in water up to his chin, in a famishing con dition, and yet unable to drink. With her ports blockaded, her internal trade cut off, her soil neglected and lying idle, her pecun iary means exhausted, without the ability to replenish her exchequer—she has but few of those necessary elements to carry her suc cessfully through such a revolution as that in which she is engaged : Agricultural Resources of the South. Since the commencement of the war, much has been said about starving out the South. The following, taken from the col umns of the Baltimore Sun, will give the reader some idea of the resources of the South. A correspondent writing to that paper says : “We find everybody, almost, entertaining the mistaken notion (which I find in the London Times of the 3d inst., too—but don’t wonder at it, since it gets its information from the North) that the Northern States are, and the Southern States are not, pro ducing States. There never was a greater mistake. With your consent I will call public attention to some striking and inter esting facts in this connection to show that the bugbear of ‘starving out the South,’ and ‘cutting off supplies,’ &c., may be said with ease, but done with much difficulty. “I will select first, South Carolina to run the parallel with, for several reasons, the chief of which are that she has been sup posed to produce nothing but cotton and rice, and she is the must derided and con temned of all the slaveholding States. Not many persons are aware that this State alone produces nearly five-sixths of all the rice grown, but the seventh census of 1850 shows that to be the fact; besides nearly all the rice, she produces wheat to within 3 000 bushels of all produced by the six New England States together. She produces almost as much corn as the State of New York, and 6,000,000 of bushels of that grain more than all the New England States to gether, for she produced upwards of 16,000,- 000 of bushels. She produced more q-- iS than Maine; more by 1,000.0% bushels than Massachusetts ; morotaan. 1,000,000 of bush els of potatoes over and above what Maine pro'lucei; more beans and peas by 180,000 bushels than all the Northern States to gether, except New York ; more beef cattle than Pennsylvania by 1,740, and almost as many as all the New England States to gether; more sheep than lowa and Wiscon sin by 10,699; more hogs than New York by 47,251 ; more than Pennsylvania by 25,137, and 86,000 more than all the New England States, with New Jersey, Michigan, Wiscon sin and California in the bargain; more horses and mules by 10,000 than Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island together; besides all which she produces largely of oxen, cows, and a variety of pro ducts of the smaller kinds. Virginia and North Carolina produced jointly 13,363,050 bushels of wheat, or 241,- 000 more than the great wheat State ot New York, or a quantity equal to the whole pro duct of the six New England States, with New Jersey, Michigan, lowa and Wisconsin, all put together. Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee produced 115,471,593 bushels of corn, a quantity exceeding by 300,000 bushels the joint product ot New York, Penn sylvania, Ohio, New Yersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. Tennessee alone produced 16,506 more hogs than all the six New England States, with New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, lowa and Michigan, for that State produced 3,104,800 hogs, while the eleven Northern States named produced but 3,088,394. Most people have thought that the North was really the hog producing section, but such is by no means the fact—the whole number of hogs produced in 1850, was 30,316,608 — of which the slaveholding Slates furnished 20,770,730, or more than two-thirds of the whole swine production. It will doubtless surprise many persons to be told that the seven gulf or cotton States of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Flor ida, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas, pro duced 45,187 more beef cattle than the six New England States, New York, Pennsyl vania, Ohio, New Jersey, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin, altogether; but such is the fact, for the census of 1850 tells us that these seven cotton States produced 3,357,489 beef cattle, while the thirteen Northern States named produced but 3,312,327. A single glance at the live stock columns of the seventh census will prove to the in quirer that the slaveholding States produced more beef cattle than the non-slaveholding by 1,782,587. That while the North pro duced 3,541,121 cows, the South produced 2.829,810. That the Northern States pro duced 866,397 work oxen, against 820,340 produced by the Southern States. That while the North produced 2,310,962 horses and moles—the South produced 259,358 more, for the Southern production was 2,- 570,320. In conclusion, as people have been so much in the habit of conceding superiority to the North, in these and other points of view, maybe the above statements may be doubted; if so, I refer the skeptical to the seventh census of 1850—the last date we have. — — Those men talk most who arc in the great est mental darkness; frogs cease their croak ing when a light is brought to the water side. Southern Products. NORTH SAN JUAN, NEVADA CO., SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1861. Business Car ds. M. A. KELLY, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Having permanently located in North San Juan, respectfully tenders his services to the citizens of the town and surrounding country. Having had several years’ experience in the pro fession, he flatters himself that he can give gen eral satisfaction. Particular attention given to STJROERY. The undersigned takes pleasure in recom mending Dr. M. A. KELLY as being a high toned and scientific gentleman. He has taken my place in practice, and I feel confident that my old patrons and friends will give him their entire support. He is a graduate of one of the best medical schools in the West, and will give character to his profession, feblfitf R. N. WEBBER. DR. JOHN STOTLAR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offers his professional services to the citizens of San Juan and vicinity. Office adjoining Brust 4 Schardin’s Saloon, Main st., North San Juan. May be found after office hours, in the building opposite the old mill site, lower end of Main street. Dec. 1,1860. 3m T. M. WOOD; Photographic Artist, GRASS VALLEY. All kinds of Pictures taken in the best style of the Art. No charges made unless perfect satisfaction Is given. n0v.3,1860. tf JOSEPH KUTZ, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Office in the old Cheap John Building, (up stairs.) Main street , North San Juan. A. 1.. GREELEY, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 'and Notary Public. Office opposite the Sierra Nevada Hotel, in Clark’s Building,up stairs. North San Juan, Feh. 2,1861. tf JAMES CARPENTER. Painter and Paper Hanger, jans tf NORTH SAN JUAN. R. H. PARQUHAH, Justice of the Peace, Bridgeport Township. Office, in the second story of Green’s Brick Building, Main s reet, San Juan, lit 0. P. STIDGER, Attorney at Law, Notary Public, And Conveyancer. Office on the north side of Main street, one door west of E V. iiatfiold’s store, oppositethe Pioneer, NORTHSAN JUAN. Nov. 13, 1857. 1 C. E. De LONG, Attorney at Law, D STREET Opposite St. Nicholas MARTSVIU.E Hotel, up stairs. junl6 JOHN A. SEELY, Agent for The ]Vcw Idria Quicksilver, The Best and Purest Article in the. S’ate.' Post Office Building, North San Juan, Nevada ccnnty. E. T. JORDAN, News Agent and Expressman, Runs a Daily Express from North Son Juan to Sebastopol, Sweetland, Birchville and French Corral. California and Atlantic papers for sale. ANGEL’S EXPRESS, Runs Daily from North San Juan to Shady Creek, Cherokee. Little Grass Valley and Columbia Hill.— and Atlantic Newspapers for sale. Let ters and Packages carried, commit sions attended to and collections made. Agent for the Hydraulic Press PAINTXHT&. Carriage, Sign and House Painting, Paper llaxoing, Ac. Done in the best manner, by L. W. CURTIS. Shop on Main st., opposite Helfrich’s Soda Factory. 11. WEBSTER & CO., IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS WINES AND LIQUORS. NO. 101, FRONT STREET, San Francisco. Oct.27—tf J. 1). PAINTER, (LATX O’MEARA * PAINTER,) Dealer in TYPE. PRESSES. PRINTING MATERIAL, Paper. Cards, and Printer's Stock pencrath/, 132 Clay street, near Sansome, SAN FRANCISCO. jan 21 ly WM. FAULKNER. 4 SON, 133 Sansome street, San Francisco. Cal. A GENTS FOR JAMES CONNER & SON’S U. S. XJL TYPE FOUNDRY, and dealers in all kinds of Printing materials. Printers will find it to their advantage to call on us before purchasing, i apr23 6m CHARLES F. ROBBINS, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Type, Presses, Priming Material, INKS. CARD STOCK, &c., Nos. 411 to 417, Clay sreet, (Opposite Frank Baker’s,) San Franclaco. DAGUERREOTYPES, AMBROTYPES. etc. THE undersigned is prepared to execute Daguer reotypes, Ambrotypes, etc., in the most superior manner, and at short notice. Terms reasonable. AUGUSTE WETTIG N. B. PIANO MUSICaIso taught. Dec 1 3m FAINTER & Co. Practical Printers, and Dealers in Type, Presses, Printing Materials Ink, Paper , Cards, sc. 510 Clay Street, above Sansome, 3. B. PAINTER 3. M. PAINTER > T. P. PAINTER ) march2-ly San Francisco* fIS-Offices fittedoat with dispatch SAN JUAN BREWERY. THIS establishment has acquired a State wide reputation for the superior quality of its LAGER BEER. Mr Koch bar associated with him Mr. John Fitter, and the concern will hereafter go under the name and style of KOCH 4 FITTER. They will continue to manufacture a superior article of Lager—the very best which this or any other market can afford. Their wagon, driven by John Fitter, will deliver Lagerat French Corrai, Birch ville, Sweetland, Colum bia Hill, Cherokee, Montezuma, and all the other surrounding towns. A splendid article of Bottled Lager, constantlvon hand, for family use,delivered toorder. fcblO ’6O Special Notices. Manzanita Chapter, No. 29, H. A. M., meets every Friday at 8 o'clock p. u. Regular meetings the first and third Friday of each month. WM. WILMOTT, H. P. Wm. 11. Skars, Sec’y. jnnelfi Manzanita Lodge, No. Fs &- A* M., meets every Saturday 'at 8 o'clock p. m. Regular meetings Saturday of or next preceeding full moon. „ _ L.C. McKEEBY, W.M. E. Frahchebi, Sec'y. jnnel X- <=>. of O. F. SAN JUAN LODGE, NO. 67, I. O. o/ ff 0. F. meets every Monday ©yening, at ■ 7o’clock, at the Odd Fellows’ Hall, East Main street,North San Juan. Brothers of the Order lu good standing are invited to attend, WARREN HEATON, N. O. Wm. Wilmott, Sec’y. PROVISION STORE. MAIN STREET\ SOUTH SIDE, NORTH SAN JUAN. Always on hand— FLOUH, bacon, sugar, laud, TEA, COFFEE, RICE, CHEESE, Potted Meats and Vegetables of all kinds. Nails, Axes, Kope, Shovels, Picks and Pick Han* dies, besides a large variety of articles suitable for mountain trade, too numerous to mention. maylStf JO. THOMAS. UNION SALOON, S. ABBEY, Proprietor, North San Juan, opposite the Hydraulic Press Office. THIS establishment Continues to dispense “creature comforts” in every approved variety, including the best Wines, Liquors aud Cigars to be found (n the mountains. The motto of the concern is— “ A union of lakes—a union of lands A union of States nonecan sever; A union of hearts—a union of hands. And the Flag of onr Union forever.” Old friends and patrons, travelers aud sojourners, are invited to call and be refreshed. may2s NEW GOODS! A. BLOCK & CO., I | DAN. FURTH, Nevada, | | San Juan . BLOCK & FURTH DEALERS IN CLOTHING! BOOTS S HATS, &C.. Have just received a large and well assorted stock of spring aud summer goods, Which they offer for sale cheap. They also keep always on hand a large supply of Duck, Twine and Quicksilver. STRICTLY ONE PRICE! CrOLtD DUST Purchaeedat the highest rates, by 81-OCK t FURTH. 27 North San Juan. DRAFTS ON NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO RATES, AMD Checks on San Francisco AT PAR. North San Juan,Aov.6, ’5B. 12tf Great Reduction IN THE PRICE ofDUCKIXG The undersigned would announce that they HATE ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF All Sizes and Varieties OP DUG KING! 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 MARKET !,B®“CALL, EXAMINE, AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. BLOCK & FURTH. February 2d, 1861. tf Shady Creek Saw Mill. This Mill has just been completed, and is ready to supply LUMBER of all kinds, and in any quantity, at short notice. Having the very best of Timber, and all the modern improvements in machinery, we can give entire satisfaction to those who may favor os with thel r patronage. Dee.B,lMo. CLARK I CO. V ariety. T. &TTmcGUIRB. SIGN OF THE Wholesale and Retail Druggists, dealers in DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, Tube Colors, Camphene, Turpentine, Window n Glass, Putty, Alcohol (95 per cent.), Muri- Cu atic. Sulphuric and Nitric Acids. Sago, Tapioca, Oatmeal, Pearl Barley, Flavoring Extracts, T. &h. McQUIRE’S Hair Restorative, Fish’s Hair Restorative, Jayne’s Hair Tonic. Professor Woods' Hair Restorative, Prof. Alex’r Barry’s Tricophetotls, tot the Hair, Burnett’s Cocoaine, Batchelor s Hair Dye, It. fact, eve ything that can be found in a thorough Drug establishment. McGuires sedative liniment, The most powerful remedy known for Rheumatism and acute pains. Also, McGuire’s Mouth Wash, For persons troubled with bad breath. It neutralizes the offensive secretions of the mouth, it is unsurpassed as a gargle, and acts as a deturgent after smoking or drinking—brandy, for instance. We guarantee the Mouth Wash and Liniment to produce the effects above described. We have the Compound Syrn£ of Stlllingla, Which is the best remedy known for the cure of Scrof ula. Ulcerous Sores, Diseases of the Skin and Liver, Syphilitic ftnd Mercurial Diseases, arising from an im pure state of the blood. DON’T FORGET THE PLACE, Sign of the Big Mortar, Corner of Main and Flume Streets* PHYSICIAN’S PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately compounded by may 4 T. 4 L. McGCIRE. MA.RYSVIIjXjB .ISS.I T* OFFICE . THE ALL A CO., No. 109 First street, bet. D and Digit, MARYSVILLE, CAL. aOl-iD AND ODES Of Every Description, MELTED AND ASSAYED. Retnrns made in from six to twe’ve bonrs, in Bars or Coin. Charges for Assaying, same as in San Fran cisco. We guarantee to the correctness ofonr Assays, and discount ottr Bars at the very lowest rates. Dust consigned to us, from the country, will meet with prompt attention. Coin will bo returned the following day of receipt, or disbursed according to in structions. CHECKS AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE Procured arid FortVArded. Advances made oh DUst left with us for Assay To those who wish to Check against their Consign ments, Check Books will be furnished. All business entrusted to our care will be promptly and accurately attended to. may-ltf THEALL 4 CO. MARYSVILLE WHARF CO. FOR WARDING AND COMMISSION DEALERS IN FLOUR, DRAIN AND PRODUCE ! No Charges for Drayage. o o o No Storage on Merchandise for Transportation^ ALL KINDS or COMMISSIONS CAREFULLY EXECUTED! Goods forwarded immediately upon the arrival of the boats from Sacramento and San Francisco. Transact a general shipping business with Sac ramento, San Francisco, and all parts of the state. UJMark goods “Care M. W. Co” Send Bill of Lading by Express. *** Goods re measured. Hides and wool shipped to San Francisco. Consignments respectfully solicited. Juiy2otf CIGARS, BOH BOUTS, AND A GENERAL VARIETY, JUST RECEIVED AT S AMBLSON’S. A large lot of Havana and domestic cigars-. TOBACCO, OF ALL KINDS. FAIMOY GOODS. UNION BADGES, SHIELDS. WATCH GUARDS, and FLAGS, All sizes. A nice assortment of fresh CONFECTIONERY, NUTS and FRUIT CUTLERY, etc, etc. GIVE ME A CALL. . JoneS SAM. SAMELSON. Lemon, Tanllla, Pineapple, Raspberry. Strawberry, Sarsaparilla. At SAMELSON’B. Insolvent Notice* IN District Court of the Fourteenth Judicial Dis trict of the State of California, in the matter of the petition of SAM’L R. HILLARD, an Insolvent Debtor: Pursuant to an order of Hon. Niles Searls, Judge of the said District Conrt. notice is hereby given to all the creditors of the said Insol veht, Satn’l R. Hillaid, to be and appear before the Hon. Niles Searls aforesaid, in open Court, at the Court Room of said Conrt in the city and county of Nevada, on the 7th day of September, a. d. 1861, at 10 o’clock a. m. of th.st day, then and there to show cause, if any they can, why the prayet of said Insolvent should not be granted, and an assignment of bis estate be made, and be be discharged from his debts and liabilities, in pursuance of the statute in such cases made and pro vided; and in the meantime all proceedings against said insolvent be stayed. Witness my hand and theses! of saldCo'urt, : • this 20th day of July, a. n. 1861. : : JNO. 8. LAMBERT, Clerk, Per Jds. Roberts, Jr., Deputy. O. P. STTdoee, Att’y for Petitioner. aug3-4tn BLASTING POWDER! A LARGE LOT of the FIRST (LUAL> BLASTING POWDER, just received •nd Tor esle by BLOCK I TV RTF Vari © t y The Union Hotel* PEARSON & MERXVIN, Proprietors; Main street, North Sin Juan l IS kept as a first-class house of public entertainment and is already well known to travelers as the General Stag© Office For this part of the Mountains. Stages start from I daily for Marysville, Nevada, Sacramento, Campton ▼llle. Forest City. Cherokee, French Corral, Sweetland and the Flats and Hills on the Ridge. It will be maintained in improved style by the pres* ent proprietors, who, to conform to the economical ten dencies of the dav. have made a Reduction In Prior*. . Board bt the Week, I' Single Meals y The Bed-rooms and Bods are all cleanly and comfort able, and the Weary wayfarer will find the Union 9 welcome place of rest. PEARSON 4MBRWIW.- Oct 6tb, 1859. • vlh&tf UNION J raIOMJI The undersigned keeps constantly on hand, A WATCHES AND JEWELRY of all kinds. made to order and goarantiid to' .•.Plating and Qildlng done on all metals with gold and silver. •.•Watches carefully repaired and warranted by Mohs. A. Qutatd, from Paris. . . . .. G. HANSEN. Main street, next door to Bank Exchange, North San Juan. maylS SAN JUAN HOTEU, T. G. PRICE, Proprietor, may2s opposition like! To Forest City* Alleghany* town and Cumberland I THE undersigned is flow flirt- ft uing regularly a line of coaches ts I# on alternate days, between the above named points, at Reduced Rates! Connecting at No th San Juan with McCrte’s Oppose tion Line. Which affords opportunities fbt cheap tiatel clear thsoflgh to ahd from San FraUClsth ahd all in; termediate points, nover-hefetofore presented to the public. * The roads are in fine condition, and it is the deter; initiation of the proprietor to put passengers through with speed and safety. Leaves North San Juah oh Fridays, Sundays, Tnea; days and Thursdays, returning oh altefnate days. Fare to Forest City, AlteghanytOWn add Cumber; land, Three Dollars. Patronise the Opposition and keep down prices. j>6 JOHN CHAMBERS, Proprietor. SAMELSON & CURTIS* QUADRILLE BAND! uiOOD music Ft&NisHEl* WJT for BALLS and PARTIES on the shortest no tice and reasonable tetths. Any number of pieces desired famished. Orders left at Samclson’scigar store, Main si., North San Juan, will receive prompt attention 1 . JuneW A BOOT AND SHOE A Repairing. fpIIE undersigned has opened a shop on Main street, two doors above Frank Smith’s stove and tin store, for the manufacture and repair of Boots and Shoes. Having brought with him recently from the Atlantic States a supply of superior leather, he is prepared to execute work in a manner unsurpassed by any Wj)tk man in the mountains. J. MURRAY. ° O °All repairing warranted. jy2otf Feed Stable and Corral, I. T. SAXBY HEREBY informs his friends ’and the public that ho has removed from the old stand, to NEW AND COMMODIOUS STABLES* AND CORRAL, At the Foot of Main street, and having associated himself with the Messrs. Huffa ker, is better prepared tnan ever to furnish excellent accommodations for stock ofali kinds, and to supply HAY AND GRAIN of the best quality, at the lowest market price. Returning thanks for the pftstliberal patronage,they most respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. Hat and Grain delivered to any part of the tow'd, free6f charge. HUFFAKERS k SAXBY. North San Juan, JuueSOth, 1860. tf OPPOSITION STA6E LINE North San Juan to Marysville'. “LIVE AND LET LIVE.” MY Line of tages from Sail Juan to Marysville is firmly established. J will leave San Juab for Marysville on TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY of each week, Connecting with the Opposition Steamboats For Sacramento and Sad Francisco, Will leave Marysville for San Juan on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, ahd FRIDAYS. All EXPRESS MATTER to or from Marysville, Sacramento or San Francisco, directed to my care, will be promptly delivered. I respectfully solicit the patronage of the traveling public. , , OrrtCK—At San Juan at Sierra Nevada Hotel; at Marysville at Yottflg America Saloofl, corner 2d.add High sts. J. 8. McCVE. April 2*d,186i. api27-tf FLUME STREET MARKET, H. C. DEAN, Proprietor, NORTH SAN JUAN. CHOICE American Beef, Pork and Mutton. Also, a fine lot of supe rior San Juan cured HAMS’, Bacon, and Salt Meats. Prices according; to qnklity of Meats* 4S*A splendid article of fresh LARD always on band. mrchlfi Late Arrivals. TtJST received at the San Juan Drug Store, a J large lot of White Lead, Boiled Oil, Brushes, ‘urpentine, &c For sale cheap, ray 11 tf T. & L. McOUIRE. Camphene I AT thaSan Jusr Drug Store, by the case, cac or gallcn. NO. 52.