the mountain democrat.
Cartridge Box CoxjrmmtB.
It might be supposed that the present
Congressmen would have somewhat heed
ed the rebuke of the late elections; hut
it seems to be mure rabid, more vindic
tire, and more revolutionary than ever.
Goaded to desperation by the prospect
that the Democracy will control the
House of Representatives, the attempt is
to be made to carve out new States, so us
to fill up the Senate with Imgus members
and to overwhelm the Deniociatic tna*
jority in the House, by electing abolition
under the directions of Generals in
the field, and military Governors. But
ler of New Orleans, lias already inaugu
r%t*& the movement, by electing two
members of Congress :n that city. It is
uotorious that they do not represent the
citisena of New Orleans, any more than
they do the denisens of Paris or London,
yet these bogus Congressmen, elected bv
the cartridge box instead of the ballot
box, will balance Democratic Congress
men from the North. Words fail to do
justice to this assault upon every basis of
free government. The Adiuint-tration
have just as good a right to prohibit the
lair election of Congressmen as to lore*
bly use their power to overbalance tto.se
rightly elected. The right of the people
to govern is defeated, and that. too. >>y
making the military the superior an I ru
ling power. *lt is, in a word, using tin
army, not to carry on the war, but to
perpetuate the political power of the Ad
ministration. In the furtherance of these
plana, Western Virginia has been a .mit
ted ae e State in the Union, in utter vio
lation of the Constitution. A more glar
ing, a more revolutionary act. has not
been before committed. But this sums
to be only the beginning of these high
handed measures. A daily abolition pa
per of this city, says that " the pr-je-t of
dividing Texas into four States, with
eight Senators to represent them ui Con
gress, is under consideration, with a good
prospect that the measure will finally In
resolved upon." He also see that a
41 loyal State Government" i- to be start
ed in North Carolina, soiiu-w In-re on the
coast, which will of course, furnish two
more Senators, an 1 the satin- may ha
dona in Georgia, Smith Carolina and
Florida, indeed everywhere where tln-re
are a few soldiers or •• contrabands" to
vole. Carry this plan out, and with a-t
army to sustain them, there w ill h- n .
need of holding elections in the North,
for the cartridge box can he it the haliot
box in electing men t-> office two to one.
The question will come lip in the next
Congress, ami an ugly one it will h ■ —
What is to be done with the ca tii lg
boi Congressmen* Are th-y I i In
placed on an equall y an I ! - outvote the
haliot box Congressmen * It the Admin
istration intend In f-rce the representa
tive* of bayonets upon the rv-pr« » M i
tires of the people, in order to sinoUit-r
the voice of the people.it will have a*-
Mimed a fearful responsibility " i 1 r - i
resentatives whohaveconsiitiii its, d- sir--
to Ire VMIlVrrtwl l,y liwlse * to* i.sve I,'•
Will the people of ttie North, wh • l.av
just gone through a hard lo-:jl.t butt.,
la which all lb- odo» were agnm»t thi m,
feel like Seeing tin ii hd -r-, I ir st - i I
s-es ami their ill'-rls go for • mg .! I-
There questions will i im- up, a i ill
have to he answer.-I. I: i- most oh. Iv.
Jiowever, that the very holiness..I this
plan will defeat itsilf. Tie pie., nl h
ministration is Uk ■ a drowning mm, i. a Iv
to catch at anv straw to p-iji'mt. ns
existence. Having fail d In nv r»wi _•
the people by aibitr-uy a'i -'s a-d In
suppressing free l- m »d >,.e u ..- i t .
press it now seeks, by fraud and com. •
• to hang on t > file. 1 1 .1 had l.uii w i».> . ■.
the day of its :-..v •-, u.. i Inn! del. od.d
the rights of tie pi op , a •! - :• wi i- g
to listen to advn-e, iv-n ti ■ -m its ;j .
nenls, it would have sh -a t, - ,ne <ym| i
thv with the genius, an I soli:,
of the rharactei of our ii s'i'.n'.i ms. B .!
unfortunately it evinced n itl.cr ; a -1 i'
may get up as many caitti ige box Con
grtasiuen ami Senators .-is it can. and yet
truth and right will eoiue out unp-rm -si.
Honesty will win in the long run, even
if cheating gets the advantage at the
SxETCU or Si.N A 1 oil ill ek AM,'-.-. — A
Pennsylvania papir gives the filionii.g
sketch of Charles A. B'ickale v, n ev-ntiv
elected U. S Senator from tint State.
His brain front of the car is jn.-is-lve,
the hack part of the In-ad v iy sm. a- i
confined. In manner he i> pm I . tic im
passive, in social intercourse foil of. j ..y
meat, appreciating keenly b..t'i the j-.-.-t
and that which inspires it, though m-v r
being demonstrative. In patliinnnl.-uy
debate he is perfectly UM.-npassi-.-i.-f, v t
clear, concise, logical. Ihs political oj.it
ions were formed in the C-illnniii school ;
they are of the extr.-m State rights
stamp; seldom in strong debates d >. > lie
fail to quote from Calhoun's speeches and
writings. He was nominated an I elected
without opposition in his own party for
'two State Senatorial terms. On his trial
for the third term, one. hundred ami ten
ballots were cast before his nomination
was accomplished. After having re- ivvd
a vary high reputation as a debater, at tin
end of the first year of his tlbid term, lie
was appointed by Buchanan Minister to
Ecuador. Hu returned from that mission
soon after Lincoln's inauguration.
— t — ♦ • *■ W
Yosehitk is Winter.— A visitor to
these celebrated falls, gives the following
description of a Winter view, in the Mar
iposa Gazette :
The valley has not that cheerful, invit
ing appearance which it bus when clothed
in the verdure of Spring. To me ti e as
pect was cold, cheerless and forbidding
There is but little w ater at either the Iti i
dal Veil or Yo-Semite Falls. The spray
from the water as it falls in the coldest
weather, is turned into snow, which ac
.cumulates at the foot of the falls in im
mense masses. The small streams of wa
ter which in many places run down the
reeky walls of the valley, frees* hi thut
iarge masses of ic- are formed, which at
time* clevo olTand full with a thundering
noise. This, with the snow slides which
frequently come down the mountain sides
were to me the most interesting features
df the valley.
A Strong Hint. —Harper's pictorial of
January, contains a wood-cut represent
ing Columbia demanding of Lincoln :
11 Where are ray 15,000 sons, murdered
at Fredericksburg ?” To which Lincoln
responds, characteristically, “ This re
minds me of a little joke.” Columbia in
terposes, “ Go tell your joke at Spring
Wz understand that His Excellency
tbs Governor, and the'Massachusetts Sec
retary of State, dined with colored friends
in Southac street, on Thanksgiving dav,
and were sumptuously entertained.—
Some days ago, the following sentence
occurred in an article tn the San Francis
co Uulletin :
There is some stealing and some rob
bery committed, notwithstanding the
law punishing these bflTonses p but repeal
all laws against stealing and robbery, and
who would be safe for a moment ?
The Herald took exceptions thereto,
ond commented on it as follows :
Tolerable as a proposition in logic, but
the suggestion is not true in point ol
fact. In the mines, dnnug the early days
of California, there was no such thing as
law or lawyers, and such crimes as steal
ing or robbery were scarce known ; for
if suspicion of such an offense was at
tached to an individual, his death war
rant was as good as signed. Property was
never so safe in this State as before we
had law and courts to punish stealing.
A law which treats, as criminal, offenses
which the moral sense of the community
does not recognize as criminal, cannot be
enforced; but without any written law
against them, otfenses which the moral
sense of the tnimiiunity recognize as
criminal will always meet with prompt
punishment. It may be assumed a- a
matt- r of fact that if we"had neither laws
or courts in Sail Francisco to punish
thieves aiid rubbers, tbe community
would not have in its midst one olf.-nder
of that sort where it now lias a hundred.
We copy the foregoing as an evidence
of the demoralizing inflfn-nce of the pres
eiit civil war. 1 he II raid is one pi the
Union saving journal of this Stale,
troubles itself almost unceasingly about
the loyalty of the Express. It was one
o( the loudest bawlcrs for the enforcement
of the laws and the preservation of the
(’onstituti n. Hut it has veered around
with the Administration, keeping pace
w ith it and- adapting its steps to the mu
sic of the President. It ceased to speak
of the necessity of preserving the Consti
tuti"fi, and endorse 1 all the unconstitu
tional acts of the President on the ple» of
necessity. Ol e -orsc there was but one
other step to be taken, and that was to
repudiate law. This it !m» pretty tn-arlv
accomplished, as the foregoing will de
monstrate. Idle editor thinks the State
was better o!f without law than with it,
at 1- ast, in tbe in-tunce above recited.
A tew days a g rm intelligent Republican
remarked to us that lit- felt alarmed at the
evident dec .racy of the times; that the
people se-.oied to have lost their love tor
fii i- g v n..-it. We could not with
li M • . i•!y concurrence, so far as the
Rep id an party is concerned. How
c.oi: i : he o'in rwis .y The very organi
zit. >f the Republican party was
pt cd 11 \ a lawless spit it. Tile (Jon
\ .cwhi di |dared Fremont in nomi
i ' r the I’r ,-idcnev was composed
•. w ho believed in tbe hi lnr law
d '.,Th-.-v w ere the representa
tives it those who believed that no law
a s hit. ling wh .ri it came in conflict «ilh
tli-h i-'tns.-h-to'es ; no-n who oj-p-is.-d the
i- l-ic> in- t of tin l ucitivc S ave I.aw,
a 1 - i pa»s • i laws t , | •mi-h th ■ who aid
ed in tuiKi! iiig it. I he same lawless
spirit gti I approvingly ail the uticon
stitutiurir.: a -t« i ; the A-iti.ii.j-trati-m.
I. 1 forward hv d cn-.-s, the lati tics have
b ■ me so t.vnd ar .' d with ti-i:;j atioti
at.! la iv 1,— — t*. .t IheV are aim i-t
lea :c I r in v : -pet ate an 1 ruinous
III a .IMS. Et-ii.al I.'ha’ e is truly the
pt I • .• iJ tibi-tU Ido indy safety i- to
! evc> v i.'.as! ric Constitution
and re ,oir - t! it the public s rvat ts
s' o'.'; h- j. s'ti .v within its limits.
I is is r, ns in the istimalion ol
-.in -lo—Ts ns the ll.-iald, but tbe p-o-
I a at a-t, t" i’s truth-
I ■ ...a ! .ire b ".tiling ju-t'y .-I’.armed
l a ti. -r tv ot tlctr liberties.—[Marvs
vid.' Expta -s.
4 «• » S —
Is a - . \ .i. -I Pot nr. —We heard it re
n id in • av m'.mh, the other eve
ning. that, since dell' Davis bad issued a
c rla'u j.ioi'inmatioii, in wliieh lie com
■ in.t.ii; I the il l-rests of the South to the
care "1 the Almighty, we had not gained
a i'-i*. victory. This sotm-what stai tied
us, and we reinarknl that Father A bra
I no has intrusted the interests of the
N"f th to ti e care 'if the Almighty, also,
and we could not utob istand why Jelt’
'!. odd have the preference. A friend
silting m-ar solved the mystery by re
markh. ’ that "(iod did not know whether
A’le was in earn 4 or only joking."—
fr'a't d l l iTow.i i Constriuti <n.
A flun.vT Efocn, ui r S'* ai.l Mi.x. — As
•i rub- we tin-i tint envisions have pro
'i ■■ i .t tn , in rut. ii g over the l,i<-
t -v ;. i: \ 'id, f: oil tin* exodus of ti.e
J. fn-ll Kcyft. S i- what a CIO stvl'i
tio!-. i f great I.allies are Ms-O' iit d with
the American K- volution i.f 177»i. with
; Washington at tin ir heal; and what a
h i-t nf mighty ci'iiractcrs were devt-l
: opt 1 by the first French R vo'ution In
I eluding tbe most wonderful man of all
iiin■■ — Napoleon Bonaparte. Rut here,
in tin- midst of the most momentous n v
j olutionary upheaval in the history of man
! kind, we have little else to exlii lit bvvnnd
a plentiful crop of small potatoes.— [New
In a had W w.—The Alta, which in
sisted nn the election of Mr. Phelps, after
as before the conduct of Watrons was ex
posed, has - ,t into a mitf, and boils over
with righteous indignation thus:
“To elect representatives to the Legis
lature is to license certain men to prey
upon us. All that is going on about
laws and regulations is only a blind.
The real function of the Legislature is to
absotli $IO.oOO every week, and disgorge
it afterwards in the bar-rooms and board
ing houses of Sacramento.”
Tiik New York Observer began its
forty-first year with the first of January.
It says that the founders, proprietors, ed
itors, and all who have had any responsi
ble connection with Its editorial columns
and business management, still live ami
in goo-i health.
m-uiS-P. tbe last year nearly thirty
th u.saud people ascended the winding
stairs of Bunker Hill Monument. Thead
itiis-ion fees to the monument are applied
to the improvement of the premises, and
the amount thus derived is sufficient to
k< ep them in excellent order.
* -• •►
It is reported that the United States
A-sistaiit Treasurer, at San Francisco,
has received instructions by telegraph
from Washington, directing him to pay
out hereafter no more gold coin upon de
mands presented against Government.
At a recent Sunday School Anniversa
ry, held at Fislikill Landing, N. Y., the
doorkeeper took in twenty-five different
kinds of shinplastcrs.
” ~4 -•••-*- n i —
Patkiotic Pi.rNPEit. — The New York
Herald estimates that the bauds upon the
government, similar to those delected in
that city, will aggregate to the sum ofu
hundred millions of dollars.
! Public Meeting In Vpper Pleeerrlll*.
At a meeting of the citizens of Upper Pla
cerriile, held at Independence Halt, February
pith, 1803, McK. Burton was called to the
Chair, and H. C. Elder chosen Secretary.
Mr. Horton, on taking the chair, (aid the
object of ihe meeting was to consider the pro
priety of Upper Placerrille uniting with Lower
Plucerville under a consolidated goverinntntof
some kind, to assist in the construction of a
railroad from Folsom to the City of Flaccrville.
Mr. G. W. Swan being present, was called
upon, and addressed the meeting on the impor
tance of the railroad and the necessity of the
aid of the City to seomnpliah its construction.
The meeting was also addressed by C. W.
It was moved by C. Vfb Brewster that a
committee of three be appointed to confer with
the El Dorado Delegation at .Sacramento, and
instruct them to frame a bill incorporating Up
per Placerrille with the present City, taiing
the property of Upper Placerrille for railroad
purposes only, and not for municipal; provided,
however, such an arrangement cannot be made,
then it is the seuse of this meeting that Upper
Plucerville shall he.consolidated with Lower
Flaccrville under 0"e city government.
The motion prevailed’by an overwhelming
<)n motion of (}. F. Bliss, the Chairman ap
pointed C. \V. Brewster, A. C. Uaymond-unrl
J. \V. Foster said committee.
Moved hv Mr. McCormick that the proceed
ings of this meeting be published in the city
On moiiou of Mr. Bliss, toe meeting then
McK. BURTON, Ch n.
II. C. Eldkr, Sec’.v.
Upper Plucerville, February 16, 1663.
Diamonds in Aistkaua.—They have
found diamonds in Australia. The fol
lowing items in relation thereto are taken
from the Sydney Herald :
Some more Oven diamonds have been
found. The Constitution has the follow
ing n lative to the occurrence : We have
to-day the pleasing task of recording the
discovery of two more diamonds in a
creek about three miles from Ileckworth.
The creek rises at Woorragee, and is
known as Young's Creek. They were
found by a party of miners, known a«
Jordon's party, w ho were working for tin
about the distance of a half a mile above
the bridge on the Chiltcrn road. IJoth
are well formed, and one a beautiful crys
ml. The first diamond was found by ac
cident; win n one of the party w as pass
ing''ntf the deposit left in the sluice-box,
his attention was attracted bj - a sparkle
in the ground, which, upon closer exami
nation, proved to he a diamond of the
first wat r, being the purest yet found in
this district. This led the men to look
for them, when shortly afterwards they
discovered a second, and appear to think
that, with careful washing, plenty may
he found. We- have no doubt that, with
a plentiful supply of cheap labor, another
valuable addition could be made to our
resources in the shape of diamonds.
The oven district is not to blue cxclu
sive credit of being a diamond producing
district, as will be seen by the follow ing
paragraph, extracted from the Portland
Guardian: It is stated on reliable au
thority that diamonds have been very
lately found in this district. We are in
formed of two having been pieke I up on
Mr. Carmichael's run ut Cnstcrton. One
of those has been sold, so the report goes,
f >r £-10, and the other is in possession of
Mr. Murray, Dunrobin stat on. The Coal
Search Committee are making further in
quires in the matter, and we hope to
h -ar of tin; report being duly authenti
eated. Tile truth of such a report would
give an immense impetus to tt.e prosperi
ty of this district.
Siti’oht the Ntutto. — It is not general
ly known, but white men ought to know
it, that there is a law, passed by the pres
ent Abolition Congress and signed by
PicsiJent Lincoln, requiring the Quarter
master's Dcj artment to issue supplies to
tunaway n..-gro s, whether they work or
not. They are enticed away from their
masters and fed at the public expense,
ami white men are taxed to pay the bill.
Will some of the Abolition worthies in
the Legislature, who indorsed, in indecent
haste, the President's infamous emanci
pation proclamation, point out the law
providing for the support of the poor
white man, or even the wives and chil
dren of the soldiers engaged in the war ?
No such law is to be found. The end of
the present Abolition Congtess is near
and when it expires all while men should
tejoioe. Since its first meeting it has
■ 1 .r.e tu'thi'.g but legislate for the negro
and i p| i css u bite men.
Anncai. Ext'KNses. —The annual ex
p'-'e-, s --f the city of New York, last year,
amounted to nearly $7,UOU,OuO, which i~
more than half the current expenses ol
the w hole Cn ted States Government, be
fore the rebellion. The taxable property
of that city has diminished during the
last year, iu valuation, 310,000,000.
Or course the General Assembly of
Kentucky, while protesting against the
proclamation of emancipation in the re
hellions States and parts of States, will
not omit to protest with equal solemnity
against the proclamation of martial law
throughout the loyal States. Governor
Robinson's recommendation that there he
“a soli mil rc-attinuatioii of the great truth
that in all free governments the military
is and must be subject to the civil author
ity,” and that there he a like re-affirmation
of “the great principles of American lib
erty” in general, covers both proclama
tions alike, a< it clearly was designed to
do. And so unquestionably will the pro
test as adopted by the Legislature.
The assumption of power involved in
the proclamation of martial law through
out the loyal States is on every account a
point too vital to he overlooked. The
great conservative States of the North
have unequivocally condemned both proc
lamations. And most fitly as well as un
equivocally. Let Kentucky stand with
these States hand in hand and shoulder
to shoulder. Such indeed is her manifest
purpose. —[f.ontsvillr Journal.
Rki.eared.— The city council of Gale
na, Illinois, passed resolutions calling
upon Gov. Yates to demand the release of
Madison Y. Johnson and David Shcenan,
two of Secretary Stanton’s political pris
oners from that town. Gov. Yates did
so, and the prisoners have been released.
Yates, like Gov. Curtin, of Pennsylvania,
perceiving that the people would no
longer permit illegal arrests, makes a vir
tue of necessity and declares them unjus
tifiable and at war with the genius of our
institutions. Elections sometimes cause
politicians to change their opinions sud
Stratuan A Co., new a dealers, twin Francis
co., are entitled to our thanks tor the ‘‘Tribune
Almanac’’ for 1SC3, and a large bundle of At
lantic newepapers and pictorials
How the Mosey Goes.— In * case be
fore the Courts of New York recently, it
appeared by testimony Riven that the
steamship Marion, belonging to Spofford
«% Tilestoij, was engaged as a transport
by the government nt Si,000 a day, with
the privilege of purchasing her at the ex
piration of the first voyage for 8100.000 j
but it appears that (he vessel was em
ployed for one hundred and sixty-eight
days, for which $108,000 were paid, and
the vessel returned to the owners. Thus
the Government has been mulcted in pay
| ing $G8,000 and the loss of the vessel.
County Boundary.—Mr. Harvey intro
duced in the Senate on Tuesday “a bill
to define the boundary of £1 Dorado
county." It was referred to the delega
tions from El Dorado and Placer.
Special anto General Notices.
CITY COLLECTOR’S NOTICE.
I' ICENSE PAYERS will please take notire that I
J have fixed Upon SATURDAY of each week for
the collection of Licences.. All a-e expected to pay
f*.r their license* on the first Saturday after they
become due. J J*. HUME,
The Phyalclwn Is often blamed for
want uf success in his treatment, when the disappoint*
went in the recovery of the sick is to be traced to
the administering ’mpure medicines. Robert White
apothecary, is paying particular attention to the
compounding physicians’ prescriptions and family
recipes from medicines of undoubted rurity. Robert
White, Medical Hall, is appointed agent for mos»
of thegenjine Patent Medicines.
DRAKE’S PLANTATION BITTERS
They purify, strengthen, and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an aulidole to change of water and
They overcome effects of dissipation and late
bou r s.
They strengthen the system aial enliven the
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent
They purify the breath and acidity of the
They cure l>y*pep»ia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head
They are the best Bitters in the world. They
make the weak man strong, and are fjehawted na
ture*H gn.at rextorer. They arc made of pure St*
Croix Hum, the celebrated CaJisaya Bark, roots
and herbs, and are taken with the pleasure of a
beverage, without regard to age or time of day.—
Particularly recommended to delicate persons re
quiring a delicate stimulant. Sold by all Grocers.
Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. P. II. Dmakh &
Co., New York. Crank Si Brigham, Agents,
San Francisco. [ july4-eow.yJ
Hebrew Service. —There will be Divine
Service in the Synagogue, at Placerville, every
Saturday, at 'J o’clock, a. m. oct2G
Protestant Episcopal Clmrcii. —
PLACKIlYlLLE. Divine Service at the Court House
Sunday morning, a* o'clock :Sundny School
at sano-place, at 1 V o’clock, i*. u. CoLOM A—Service
on the first and Herd Sunday evening-*of the month,
at 7 o’clock. EL lutRADO—Servlets on the second
and fourth Sunday evenings of the mouth, at seven
o’. h ck. DIAMOND M’lUNGe—Service on the sec
ond and fourth Sunday s of each month, ut 4 o'clock
p, m. C. *\ l'EIRCE, MinUter.
Residence, Cary House, Placerville. jt‘22
Catholic Clilircl*.—-Rev. «T. Lnrgnn
will officiate in Georgetown on every firct Sunday
of the month ; also, in Column Church on the third
Sunday. Divine service commences at 10. a. si.
Vespers, in St. Patrick's Church, Placerville, on
every Sunday evening, at a quarter past 7. jy27
Palmyra Lodge, No. 151, F. Si A. M.
hold their regular meeting-* «>n Tuesday night* next
preceding ihe full moon of each month, in the new
Hall. l T ri”*r Placerville. Ail brethren in good stand
ing are invited to attend.
CHARLES D. HANDY, W. M.
J. McKi.ii.bv, Secretary.
Masonic Notice.—Stated Meeting* of
El Dorado Lodge. No. 20, are In hi at Masonic llall,
on the Monday of or next preceding the KuM Moon
in each month.
FREDERICK F. BARSS, \V. M.
J avisos M. Ghaxtiiam, Secretary.
Masonic.—Sierra Nevada Council,
No. 40. of Koval and Select Matters, holds stated
meeting. on the evening of the first Tuesday of
each luuulli, iu Masonic llall. Placerville.
ISAAC S. TITUS, T. I. M.
Jambs L. Wev mol hi. Recorder.
Manonlc. St, JitincH Royal Arch
Chapter. No. Id. Wolds it-* regular meetings in Mu*
tonic 11.ill, "i, the evening <»f the first Wednesday
of each month. All Coutpaiih iis in good standing
will be cordniMv w. i ..no d.
U II.LI AM A. JANUARY, M. E. 11. P.
I. S. Titts. Sect clary.
Zetn Encampment, 1. O. O. F., No.
5, meets*, in Odd FellowHall, on the evenings of
the second and fourth Tuesday-* of earli month.—
bojouriiing Patriarchs are cordially invited to at
G. w. howi.lt, c\ p.
Wm. KicnELROTII, Scribe. jaitltt
I. O. O. F.— Morning Star Lodge, No.
2". I. o. O. F , meet** every Saturday Evening, at
Odd Fellow** Hall, y»i Stony Point, Placerville. All
Brothers in good standing are frat* mrdlv invited to
att. nd. S. J. HiYEIt, N G.
S. A 1’enwell, R. 8. gd-c2s Jin
W. L. MARPLE,
HOUSE. SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
Glazier and Paper-Hanger.
ClARIilARKg, Ratmvrs. i'la u.p.i'ent" it 1 ,. Re.
g.ilius &c.. Painted ut pt ices to suit the limes.
Just Received and for dale. CHEAP FOR CASH,
10,000 Fed of Winslow Gins*,
All sizes, from SxlO to30x40. Also,PUTTY, and ul
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
Smalts, Turpentine, Brushes, Gilt Moulding,Gold
Leaf, Bronze, tn.
fW Orders from ihe country, for work or ma
ttrhil,promptly attended to.
W. L. MARPfE.
mar29 Main st., near Stony Point, Placerville.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
At San Francisco Prioea and Freight.
Also, all kinds of
SUGAR FINE AND COMMON
T. AND G. FLOORING, DRESSED
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Etc.,
Muiii. Street. Placerville.
MT All orders promptly and faithfully attended
popular patent tftfemctnes.
MINERS’ DRUG STORE!
R. J. VAN VOORHDES ft CO.,
— i>i> —
MAIN STREET, FLACKRVIU.K,
WUOUUAUrAXD XKTiiL IUUM IX
PURE DRI'GS, MEDICISES.
CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES. WINDOW OLASS,
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,
Fancy Goods, Toilet Articles, Etc,
%MT Prescriptions Compounded. AS
ALL ORDERS *<nt to our cure will receive prompt
atteutioo. or Keuicinbur the direction,
R. J. VAX VOORIIIES * Go.
(SUCCESSORS TO PETTIT it CHOATE,)
1 MINERS' DRUG STORE. 8m
— iron UiK —
Speedy end Radical .Cure of all Diseases
of the Urinary Organs.
THIS IS A REMEDY which require* no inst
ance ; it performs its duty quickly and thorough
ly, leaving no lnjurio*l« either to the couslitu
tinn or to the part arteclcd.
It is the result of loti? experience, nnd close ob
servation In n great number «f cases, nnd ha** hem
invariably where other medicines or treat
ment have failed ; thus proving il«tdf to be a remedy
long required by the public.
PRICE. 81 00 PER BOTTLE.
For sale by Druggist* •; very where., Sole agent f«*r
the Pacific coa<t, Cl! AS. LANGLEY.
Commercial, near Front *-in * t, San Ki ahclsro.
ROBERT Wlill'K, Agent for Placerville
Call and ex.linin'' <ur
machines before put ''tin-t
ing elsewhere. We man
ufacture a large variety
of each ditch and adapt
ed to the requirements of
all families and manuae
turers of goods where
sewing is employed.
329 Montgomery street
F. F. BARSS, AGENT,
t.150 OO REWARD !
STOLEN from the undersigned, nt Bar
tram's Mid. 5 miles east of Diamond
Springs, on »h«* C.«r-- r- r*>;*d. on the night ot the loth
Inst., one lRON (.i: \Y GELDING, five years old.
branded I. on the left hip. with several saddle
marks. sp int on one fore leg, ami with one w fdte
Also, h BLACK PONY GFLPTN'ti. uhout 1t y.\,rs
old. heavy ma le, uonrands m.icu.u< uiJ. woiks well
Also, an HM\ GRAY FILLY, at. it 4 y ,ri.U
and of entail fi l \ no marks or brands reniembercu'
I will pay a reward *» *„’.*> cadi f..r the return » f
the above animals, ami $*•’* for t!apprcl-etision of
the thief i-r if more than one, <7.*. hr each one ap
prehended. W BARIRAM.
Placervillt*.October I9ib, W<i—tf
STfltf ’K STOLEX!
$J00 00 REWARD !
STOLEN from the corral of the *uh.-rril»er, 4, 1 *
miles east of Diamond Springs, on the Emigrant
Road, on the night of the 21st Inst, the following
animals, to wit :
One Sorrel American Horse, mark ..r
brand on left hip ivs.-m Jiling the figure 7. about ten
years <Id and 14 hands high. ID- ,s a natural pacer.
A Brown Horse, black mane and tail, 14
years old. Spanish brand on the left hip, and a new
scar on the head near the left ear—caused by the
bridle, a hunch on the near fetlock joint, nnd saddle
marks on his hack. He is about 1 hands high.
A Dark Brown Mare Mule, small star on
the forehead, right shoulder sore—caused by the
collar, large, full eyes, neck unusually large, about
10 years old, middling sire.
A Light Gray Mare Mule, about 8 years
old, middling sire, a little lame In the right hip, with
small limb*. No marks or brands remembered.
A Sorrel Mare Mule, about 7 years old.
branded 17. S. «»n flic left shotil ler, numerous saddle
marks oil the sides and back; whip marks on the
right hiu, small uerk and head.
The ab >vc nr** all work animals, heavy shod all
round. The mules are all fat, and the horses in fair
I will pnv Jift each for the recovery of the ani«
mala, and $1*5 for the arrest and conviction of the
thief or thieves. W. RAKTRAM.
•Placervlllo, Nov. 29th, 1862.—tf
FASHIONS FOR ALE SEASONS.
PARTIES visiting Sacramento, should bear in mind
that the only place to buy a
FINE AND FASHIONABLE HAT
Is at the extensive Establishment of
Corns r nf Second and J streets;
Where may always be found the largest Txrirty of
HATS, CAPS, PURS, ROBES. ETC.,
In th>- State, which he Rtiar.tlit sc* to sell LOWKR
than any other Ilotrts in the City. Call before I nr
eh.slnj aod examine his stork. ..p.x
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS.
•A . HAAS
A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT
— or — #
FALL AND WINTER
T> v~cy ind Staple Dry Good*!
Of the Latest Styles and of Ivery Description
— also, —
CAPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS.
All of which will be sold cheap.
The Ladles are luvltcd to Call sad
Examine my Stock.
decl3 M »Jn at., near the Plata.
SEW FALL AXD WISTEB
HAVE m.V In .tore the mom coropMi auort
ment oi newly imported
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
CARPETS, ETC., ETC.,-
yj>T Ever offered for sale in Pi.ACERYlLhE.
I*very department will be found full of New and
WUit.li we arc ileurmined to s< II at eery low price.,
Our »««trl tni-pt of ilie ft llowlng article, cannot
■lie Mirpn.ari! in any market: ,
Rich Printed Cashmeres;
Merrimack and other American Cal
All-wool Plaids and Delains;
Foulard Detains ;
Cotton nnd Wool Delains.new style.
Traveling-Dross Goods ;
Black and Colored Silks;
Cloaks; Broche and Stella Bhawla;
A large assortment ol Sheeting* and
Carpets and Oilcloths ;
Gents' Furnishing Goods, eto.
; jr~ 1.m:lir. ere retpcctlullj invited to csll and
examine ou g'.odi.
UacST Main street, I lacervllle.
A. A. VAX VOORIIIES,
WUOLKtULB AND RETAIL DKALKX IN ALL KIBDSOr
Bridles, Whip*, Spurs,
k Rru*hes, Coinbs. Collars. SI
f ilth, llurht Sheets Mid Blank-T
Togetht r with a .arge and complete assortment c-
LEATHER, CALF-SKIN 8, SHOE
FINDINGS. SHOEMAKERS* KITS,
Leather Preservative, Ac.. Ac., all of which la offered
at Sacramento Prices.
New Iron Fire-Proof Bk>ok,
dccl3] Main street, lMucervllle. (kn.
C. L. Crisman's Furniture "War ©rooms,
APJ0IS1SG ODD rsuaiws' BALL,
MAIN STREET, FLACERVTDLE.
—COFFINS CONSTANTLY ON HASP.
furnl.hed nml ittrnilid, in the
City or Country, with everything desired,
at abort notice and on reasonable terms. deci 5*
City Scxlon an«l Lndcrtakcr,
Sexton and Uxdkktakkr,
Ko ••]),« constantly on hnnd and makes to
order ull -dies of COFFINS. Will aho furnish Fun»*-
rats with licurhe. Carriage*, etc. Oraves dug—unit
everything requisite for Funerals furnished at the
shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms.
A. VKDPBU also manufactures and keeps always
on hand all kinds and sixes of
Window Sash, Doors, Blinds, Bedsteads
Tables, Kitchen Safes, Wardrobes,
Or any article in Furniture, Carpenter or Undertak
er's department—all of which he warrant to be
made of the best materials and workmanship.
Manufactory and Wnrernotn. next door above the
Soda Factory, above Point, Main street, Pta
HEALER IV AND UANCfACTURKK OF
Furniture, Matresses, Bedding, etc.,
Which he keeps constantly on hand,or manufac
turesto order, at short notice and on rt-asouahle
terms. Upholstering neatly executed. J
&r JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTFNDED TO.
Next d*»or to the Office of the Democrat.
(* KOIKiF. M. COSDKK’. Insurance Agent. hlliTS
T Insurance in tin* following well known and re
sponsible I n-utance Companies :
Hartford Fire Insurance Co —Assets f0fl4,(WMi
IMuculx Insurance C.i—A-seta Nifl.i'Oo
City Fir*- IiisuratK*e Co. —Assets jW.'mmn'i
Metropolitan Fire Insurance Co—Assets 3$6,0M»
AI. I. I.OSSF.S in iln* above Companies paid in San
Francisco 1.M.MKPIATKI.Y irpon adjustment.
GEORGE M. CONDF.K,
COMMISSION AND PURCHASING
-A. GENT ,
ORDFKS for the purchase of Merchandize and
articles of every description are solicited by the
A residence in this oity of uver ten years, and nn
exp ritnee In tha business of nearly the same length
of time, arc considered sufficient to warrant the con
fid, nee of persons in the country who ocruxional'
require to make purchases here, through die agency
of a reliable party; or who may he looking for a
permanent agent in San Francisco. To either the
advertiser offers his services, assuring all who intrust
orders to him that no effort sh ill he spared to exe
cute their commssslons satisfactorily.
All orders must bo accompanied with the cash or
Those desiring information concerning the under
signed, are referred to
Won, T. Coleman 4 Co.,San Frarcisco;
J. n. Cnghill k Co.,
C. Langley, Druggist, “
Flint, Peabody k Co., “
Ira p. Ivankin,
Boss, Dempster 4 Co.. “
J. Anthony A Co., Union Office. Sacramento;
And to Oelwlcks 4 January, Publishers of the
MorxTAtx Dfmocjiat, Plarervllle.
N. D — Orders for Machinery, Pianofortes, Melo
deons. Sewing Machines, Watches, Jewelry, etc.,will
be attended to by competent judges.
L. P. FISHER,
Commission and Purchasing Agent,
629 Washington street,up stairs,
Opposite Maguire's Opera House, Sap Francisco.
IS OFPOSITIOS TO
(♦o.ontiy od ham), tin
Teas,G r t#B.
Best Brandt or Ftrur.
rectfy from the East, at prices' who* 1 **
Purchasers woold do well to give ine a call I
buying elsewhere, for ** One dollar saved is t
us two dollars earned.”
The subscriber respectfully solicits a contlnoanes
of the patron»rt* heretofore, so liberally e * tended ta
him. He iw determined to sell everything fn tils Itnn
at prices to suit the times and will not be undersold
for CASH or its equivalent.
fW" Goods delivered te *tk jyu-ts of the £ltf frse
Carder Main and Sacramento Streets,
0|>poslU the Orleans Hotel,
a. t. sttrsrr,
n. A. CM AC*.
€ H ACE,
LIQUORS, ETC.. ETC.,
M AIX STREET, OTPOdlTE THE TUKATaB,
Dally Receive Fir ala Supplies el the
The? invite the attention of the pdbllc to \
MAMMOTH STOCK, which they are offering at
greatly reduced prices. HUNT A CUiCK.
IIQUOW.-A choice assortment of Calbbmla
J Wines, Fine Brandies,and a general os—ftsunl
of Foreign and Domestic Liquors. Far aafts I if
1 HUNT ft CUACK,aathef
_ . J3T
.11* AND CAMTHKMU-Urfafl, gm
Polar Oil, Cumpheuc, etc., Vy the cage
On the Plaaa, Placsrvflc.
I7NRKSI! EGGS always on IiAnd, and for sals aA
1 lowest market rates, hy HUNT ft CH ACE,
ltf On the Plnaa, P “
OU(l A K9.~ Crushed, Powdered, New 4>r lea as No.
O 1 China, Coffee Crushed, by the barrel, half bar*
rel, box, or at retail. HUNT ft ‘CHftCB,
ltf On the Plata, PlamvUle.
CALIFORNIA PICKLES, In kegs and Jars, far sale
/by HUNT ft CM AC*,
ltf On the Plata, PUcerffBe.
It. B. RICHARDSON * CO.,
(Successor* to CKO. F. JOXEB,)
Groceries, Provisions, Liquors,
Crockery, Hardware, ftto..
At the Old Stand,
SDiiN OF “ No. DC**
promptly attended to, and goods ds
livered free of charge.
ltf L. B. RICHARDSON fa CO.
CAMPHENE, BURNING FLULD,
OIL, ALCOHOL, ETC,
Received weekly from the Ori^nat
Pacific Oil and Oamphene Work,,
Every Paek.se Warranted Full Mean. re'
POE »ALE A.T LOWEST PHICES
a; n. I., tu ts,
H. G Lit SEE.
DIAS Sc GLAUBER,
Two doors below the Dnocast
WHOLESALE AND RKTIU.
Every article required for Family use, in the
GROCERY AND PROVISION LINE,
Kept constantly on hand, and WARRANTED to be
of SUPERIOR QUA! ITT. A shoro of public patron*
sec is solicited. fJT Goods delivered, in any pert
of the city, free of charge. Ilf
W. M. IRiHAHVE,
wiuilisaik tir.ii.ka is
FOREIGN AND DOHENTIO
WINES AND LIQCCBS,
OPPOSITE TUE TUEATBR,
MAIN STREET, PT.tnrHTTT.TJ
1 1 LL =Bg^»pt
J. J. CULLEN,
Watchmaker and Jeweler!
(AT THE OLD STASH OF.I. »V. SEFI.EV.)
ON THE PLAZA, PLACEBVTLLF
J. J. CTI.I.FN having taken the 1
hold stand of Mr. Sr.Rl.KY, on the
ll’laiu, (.idjoiniug O’DonneU’a Thca- 4
* ter,l respectfully anuounee-* to I
public that he is prepared to repair or regulate
Of every description, at short notice, and Hi tbw
Diamond Work, Enameling, Chasing,
kngRaying, seal crniNo, lhklinking end
Gil.DING and SILVERING done in the best style of
the art and at tlie shortest notice.
Work done promptly nnd delivered at the
Mr. CULLEN is agent for the sals of the
BAY STATE SEWING MACHINE !
The simplest, ohepest and best Sewing Machine bow
ALSO, Gl KSMITH11FG, In general.
This department will bo under the stiptfVis
ion of FRAN7K BECKEART, for
merly of Colotna. All jobs dons promptly
and at reaunnable prices. jaaffl
A. II. REID’S
LIVED Y AND FEED STABLE,
In the rear of the Old Round Tent,
MAIN STREET. PL AC EH V ILLS.
THE Undersigned would t
Inform the public that they can. ah alb
time* obtain at his e*tablifliinsbt tbs
-l eery best or driving teams anti saddle
horse**, at me lowest rates.
Hones boarded by the day, week, so faeatb*
on the most reasonable terms. ♦
i-Jm a. a. spa
LIYERY, SALE AYD 1
j . ufj/jjjtiH
Main Street, above Cedar KavlaaBcMW' .
TITE SUBSCRIBER, tliankfa! Kt i
favors, respectfully informs tbs
that he Is now prepared fa as
date all who may haver ftffi
patronage, with the finest j
Horses In the msantaJne.
Horses kept by the day Off L_
rates. Try me and be convinced. .
tr Attached to tbs stable Is a largtSbtfaaA#
secure Cec%l,rsltabls/or Vfaeb ttmlw.
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