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Tlffi MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT.
TUtatMB •# CltlHll Rights. The reckless end despotic manner in which the rights of citisens of loyal States has been outraged by the Federal Admin istration has aroused a spirit of indigna tion throughout the whole North. To aay that this was a usurpation of power, and a subversion of the supreme law of the land, would be simply to state g fact that has impressed itself painfully upon the mind of every supporter of the Union and the Constitution. People can not well understand how it happens that an Administration professing to have the maintainance of the Constitution in view should seek to maintain it by the over throw or nullification of its most cherished guarantees. It is generally conceded that thorn who derive their authority from this grand charter of American liberties, and who now pretend to be waging a war for its very existence,should be careful to 'avuU the slightest infraction of the least of its provisions. And yet, under the pretext of preserving the Constitution, the Administration has been undermining tyie principles which gire it all the vi tality it possesses. New Tort has already spoken out against this assumption by the authori ties at Washington of arbitrary power; New Jersey has already denounced it; a general movement, actuated hy the feeling, is now spreading- all over the North Western States,and this provo cation, with the general management of our National affaire, by the Administra tion, threatens the most serious conse ?uenees to the integrity of the Republic, t is useless to deny the fact that the dis content of the people with the policy pur sued by the Chief Magistrate and his ad visers is alarmingly on the increase snd the mntterings which occasionally reach ua here give indications of a crisis that may, ere many months, break down the Government and throw the States upon the unrestricted exercise of their own judgment These arbitrary arrests are the worst experiments that could be tried upon a free people; they have abown with what ease the supreme law of the land can be set aside; they have taught the fatal lesson that even in -a re public not only the popular will can be suppressed, but the very life-giving pow er of the nation can be suspended on the tyrant’s plea of necessity. How can it be expected, when the of ficers of the law violate its provisions, that the people will respect their com mands f If it is binding on the people, it should be equally so upon those who derive their authority therefrom. We know it baa been urged, in justification of the course pursued by the Administra tion, that the extremity to which the country was reduced rendered this sus pension of its powers absolutely neces &t let us see to what a conclusion such a defence inevitably leads. In the first place, the inference is that there must he no dissent from the action of the Government; snd in the next place, that aa long as this necessity exists, there must be no interference in any way with the measures and plans devised to meet that necessity. Therefore, there should be no elections, because the ballot box is the medium through which the people express their opinions on certain meas urea of the Government Therefore, the liberty of the presa should be sus pended, if not used exclusively to sustain the policy of the Administration. There fore, liberty of speech should not be tol erated, lest it might be employed in crit icising its acts. Thu is precisely the way in which a republic can be merged into a despotism. Necessity, it is said, knows no law ; but there never was a more absurd or fatal maxim employed in justification of des potic assumption of power. How would it do to spply such reasoning in the moral world ? How would it do to make the principles that govern society in its moral relations subordinate to the so called imperative decrees of necessity ’ Necessity itself can impose no commands on the man whose conduct is governed exclusively by principle and not by the miserable demoralizing thing called ex pediency.—[Metropolitan Record. Asothrh Disloyai. Sheet.—Tho Sac ramento Union publishes a story that a number of “ Union ladies" of Newport, Kentucky, have petitioned the President to suppress tbs Cincinnati Enquirer, and adds: The Ciadiroati Enquirer is just such s sheet as the Marysville Express, Napa Echo, Moox vaix DawocBAT, or die Sacramento Republican. We do not object to the clawfication, nor are we surprised that a Republican woaaea would like to see the Enquirer ahppreaaed. They know nothing of gov ernment or the principles of liberty, and they hove witnessed the high handed out rages of their liege lords until they think they era right and proper. They have not kept up with the times. They don't know that the people have sworn in their wrath that these petty acts of tyranny must stop, and that Uncle Abe has re laxed his grip on the press and the citi xen. The Cincinnati Enquirer is an able, bold and fearless sheet, the influence of which seems to be feared by the aboli tionists, men and women alike. It makes the male and female grannies squirm. And this reminds us of the notable change which has taken place recently in the tactics of the Jacobin press of this State. It will be remembered that, a few months ago, the Express and other Dem ocratic papers of this State were held up by these sheets, as proper subjects of scorn wild contempt, because they stood soli tary and alone. Their Democratic teach ings were held to be infamous, and With out tha sympathy of any outside Of this State. Now, the effort is to show that the Express is as bad as the Democratic papers in the East The Union has dis covered that the Democracy of the North west are traitors, and that their organs ate the vilest among the vile, and the seems to be to make a point by com paring the Express to them. It is not a little remarkable, that there is only a mi nority of loyal men in the great States of the North. Does any man believe that such is tha case ? The Enquirer reflects the sentiments of the majority.—[Marys ville Express. A Washington letter says the num ber. of small and useless representatives who will go out with this Congress is thought to be much larger than ever be fore left this field of glory at one time. Fortunately, with some of these men will depart an immense supply of fourth proof fanaticism. Dickens, in speaking of pawnbroker's duplicates, says they are the turnpike tickets on tbu road to poverty; Is there any perceptible improvement in a caterpillar when lie turns over a new leaf? Laws *r Noui Spring* Mining District. Abticlk 1. This District shall be koowo as the Mound Springs Mining District. Aar. ‘2. The boundaries of this District shall be as follows: Commencing at the bridge own ed by the Placerrille and Mud Springs Turn pike Company; tbeoce following said Compa ny's road to Sampson's, at the head of Indian . Creek; tbence down Indian Creek to Indian Springs; thence in a straight line to the mouth of Slate Karine on Dry Creek; tbence in a Northerly direction to the mouth of Shoemaker Caonn on Weber, following the Eastern bound ary line of Rose Springs Mining Diet riel; tbence up Weber Creek to the place of begioing. Aut. J. No person shall be allowed to hold more than two hundred feet by location on the "’.Vi can bold stx hundred feet in width for the purpose of prospecting and dev lining his lead or ledge. The discoverer of a ledge is entitled to an extra claim, but any and all persons may hold as many claims as they choose by purchase, provided they work the same according to tbe laws of this District. Aar. 4. A notice upon a claim to be ralid, must be written with ink and placed upon a board stake or tree, in as conspicuous a place as [Missible, and upon or as near the ledge or lead as can be determined. Such notice must state the number of feet claimed, describing as ac - isiroto un rx undanes thereof containing all the names of tbe claimants, with tbe date truly affixed. A true copy of which must be recorded by the District Recorder within ten days from the date of such notice, or such claim shall be considered forfeited. An. 5. A notice upon a claim bolds the same for ten days only. Recording tbe notice of a claim bolds the same for ninety days only, be fore tbe expiration of which time labor to the amount of fiyedollars to each two hundred feet in a claim, must be expended upon the claim by the company, which will bold tbe same for fif teen months from date of record. Tbe non compliance with tbe provisions of this article by any company, shall be construed as an abnn domneut by them of their claim. Aar. C. A Recorder for this District shall be elected, who shall bold bis office for tbe term of six months. Aar. 7. It shall be the duty of the Recorder to truly record tbe notices of all claims in the order in which they are presented to him, in a book | •repared by him for that purpose, with I tbe hour and date of aucb notice, it being an exact copy of tbe one placed upon the claim by the claiuianta. Hia book of Records shall be open for the inspection of all claimants in this District who may choose to examine it. Abt. 8. Tbe Recorder shall receive tbe sum of two dollars for recordiog each company’* claim; and do claim shall be considered record ed unless paid for by tbe claimants—tbe Re corder’s receipt for his fees being evidence of the claim being recorded. Art. 9. In case of dispute between parties claiming tbe same ledge or lead, each of the contending parties may choose an arbitrator, and the two may choose a third persoQ, who shall be disinterested. Tbe three shall consti tute a Board of Arbitrators, whose decision shall be final, unless notice of an appeal be given within ten days from tbereuditioo of the decision. Art. 10. Nothing in these lawn shall be ao construed as to conflict with tbe rights of those who have taken op surface or other claims un der tbe old miniog laws of this District, bat bare reference solely to Gold, Silver, Copper or other valuable mineral ledges recentlv discov ered, or that may be discovered wltbia this District. Art. 11. All transfers of claims sbnll be re cot led br the Recorder, who shall receive tbe sum of fifty cents for such record. Art. 12. No amendment or alteration shall be made to these laws, unless a meeting of tbe iniuers of this District be called by notice post ed in three public places within the District at least ten da vs before such meeting lakes place. Art. 13. The Recorder ahall transcribe the above laws in his book of records, subject to inspection by all miners id this District. At a meeting held at the house of Mr. Joho Mountain, oo Friday evening, March Jvth, the above laws were unanimously passed. On motion, it was Resolved, That the above be published iu tbe Dsmocrat. DANIEL MILLER, Pres’t. DaXIRL Srarlks, Sec y. Mound Springs, March 20th, 1S63. Tht March of Despotism. Among a party in this Republic we hive noticed creeping further in, day by day, a doctrine that every freeman should protest against The preacher* and teacher* of this doctrine are traitor* of the deepest dye—traitors to Liberty herself —would confound the Executive with the Government, and make submission to the unconstitutional decree of the one a test of loyalty to the other. True, a Repub lic should respect in its Executive the work of its own hands ; but to deem it too sacred for criticism is to fall into the basest political idolatry. It is the true doctrine of slaves, and those who promul gate it do their best to create slaves. Who here shall sneer at the divine rights of kings, when there can be found men, republicans bom and bred, who believe that to speak slightingly of the President is to bring the Government into disrepute. What is this but the lsw of offended majesty under which the Romans groan ed ? What is it but the assertion of the one man power in its most offensive form ? There are some sins which the siAlime Apostle of the Gentiles says should not even be mentioned among Christians, and there are political crimes which should not even be whispered among freemen. One man too sacred to be criticised !—one judgment too infalli ble to be questioned! Have we really come to this ? Has our march towards despotism been so rapid * But yester day we cleared the atarting point—to-day we are in sight of the goal. Yesterday freemen —to-day—What? Yesterday vehement in self-assertion—to-day abject in self-abasement. Oh, unparalleled “alacrity in sinking!” Why, how easy it is for governments to rasnufacture slaves when they have got the right stuff to work with. But until now we never thought that freemen could be converted into slaves right off, without going through many an intermediate process. Never thought that the descendants of the men who raised to Liberty the sub limest temple that the world has ever seen, would turn them from her altars, and, in that land sacred to her, endeavor to build up a tyranny. But it must not be supposed that these men are so lost to all senses of shame that they openly avow their infamous designs. Oh, ho! they mask them under a show of specious patriotism; it is not that they love Freedom less, but the Union more. “Everything,” they cry — “sacrifice everything to save the Union.” Every thing, we reply, but that which renders the Union valuable—everything save Liberty. The Union is our political Ark, but Liberty is the sacred deposit that hallows it; rifled of its contents, what is the Ark to us but a desecrated shrine—a memento of the folly of men and the crimes of rulers? "There is in the Senate of the United States a man who hails from Massachu setts ; and this man, born with the in stincts of a slave, has had the hardihood to introduce into that Assembly a bill giving him absolute power over the mili tia of the loyal States, snd every able bodied white man within their borders, thus blotting out State boundaries as if they wCte mere pencil marks, and knock ing down Governors as if they were ten pins. What wonder that we hear asked on every side, “ Is this a free country ? Are we citizens of a Republic, or subjects of a despotism ? Have we a President or a Dictator? Is this a Federal Union, or a consolidated Empire ? And is our Empire State sovereign as heretofore, or a tuere American Yorkshire?” Grave questions, and deserving the attention of every true-hearted patriot.—[Metropoli tan Record. A kmt to bi Abolitionized.— Letters from Washington state that the Adminis tration has been furnished with a long list of officers charged with baring ut tered disloyal sentiments. The officers are to be dismUsed and their names pub lished. As the Administration considers Democracy synonymous with disloyalty, this looks like the beginning of a grand effort to Abolitionize the army. The rad icals, who control Lincoln, and whose mischievous policy has demoralized the army, are determined to brand as a trai tor every officer in the army who refuses to indorse the negro emancipation procla mation of the President ifiiscellancoug atibertising WOTIOB. ALL tboac wto arc Indebted to W. M. Bridobov k Co., *111 MTI trouble bj paying the mate, on or before the luth day of April, 18ffl marts W. M. BRADSHAW k CO. MABDEIK * FOLGEB’S CELEBRATED FAMILY COFFEE! WHICH HAS STOOD THE TEST IN the first class Hotels in this city, (and is now used by them,) does not contain any of the un* wholesome Ingredients used by foreign invention to give color or strength, but is strong enough to stand on its own merits. Also. California Ground SPICE AND MUSTARD, which are admitted by all to be far superior to Imported articles (and no lose from breakage,) can be had by ordering MABDEN A FOLOER’8 JAVA COFFEE OB 8PICES! From any of the groceries, or from their PIONEER STEAM COFFEE AND BPICE MILLS No. 220 Front Street, Between California and Sacramento Streets, SAN FRANCISCO. N. B —Our Factory is always open to the inspec tion of the public. mar231ro GEO. H. BELL, BOOKSELLER St STATIONER 611 Montgomery 8treet, Corner Merchant Street, San Francisco. AMEBICAN AND FOBIION SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY for MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS And Other Periodicals. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED for Newspa >ers O Magazines and other Periodicals. A circular will be sent to any person, on request, giving an ex tended list of periodicals, with the prices annexed. The fallowing are among the most popular : Per Annum Harper's Monthly. $ 8 So Uodey’s Lady's Book 8 5i Leslie's Magasme 8 50 Peterson's Msgasioe 2 ftd Le Bon Ton of Fashion ft 50 The World of Fashion ft fto The Ladies’ Repository 8 fto Arthur’s Home Magaslne 2 fto Merry’s Museum 1 50 Atlantic Monthly 8 5*1 Continental Monthly 8 50 Knickerbocker Magasiue 8 fto Eclectic Magazine 5 5o Ballou’s Magazine 2 2ft Hall's Journal of Health ] fto AU the Year Round (English) 4 .V) Once a Week 5 50 London Society ft ftO Cornhill Magazine 5 50 Temple Bar ft fto London Lancet ft 50 Bralthwalt's Retrospect 2 50 rtfcwt's Merchant’s Magazine ft 50 Chambers’ Journal 8 50 London Art Journal 10 00 Blackwood 8 fto The 4 Foreign Reviews and Blackwood.. . 12 00 The Horticulturist 2 fto The Gardener’s Monthly 2 00 The Couutry Gentleman 2 fto The American Agriculturist 1 7ft The Working Farmer 2 50 Harper’s Weekly 8 50 Leslie’s Illustrated Paper 8 50 Leslie's Pictoiial History of the War, for 12 numbers, . 4 00 Harper’s Pictoriafllistw/ sf the Rebellion for 12 uumbers 4 00 New York Illustrated News 8 50 Flag of our Union 8 5) Illustrated London News 18 »*» Illustrated News of the World 18 00 The tjueen. Illustrated 18 00 London Punch 6 fto New York Weekly Ledger 8 on New York Mercury H 00 Waverly Magazine 8 50 Scientific American 3 50 Phrenological J.ournal 1 fto Water Cure Journal 1 fto Banner of Light 3 50 Herald of Progress 2 50 Wilkes' Spirit of the Times 4 50 London Weekly Dispatch 18 00 London Saturday Review 18 00 London Public Opinion 11 00 Yankee Nolionsi 2 00 Nick-Nax 2 no Vanity Fair 8 50 Philadelphia Sunday Mercury 8 00 Philadelphia Dollar Newspaper 2 00 Missouri Republican 8 50 Leslie's Budget of Fun 2 00 New York Herald for California 8 50 New York Weekly Tribuns 2 50 New York Weekly Times 2 50 New York Weekly World 2 50 New York Weekly Journal of Commerce. 8 50 New York Independent 8 Oil Forney’s War Press 8 50 Boston Journal 8 fto Boston Transcript 8 50 Boston Pilot 8 30 * Sacramento Weekly Union ft 00 0F“ Address, GEO. H. BELL, 611 Montgomery st., corner of Merchant street, [mar2S-3m] San Francisco. P. SILBERMANN, at the “OLD ROUND TENT!” H AVI NO purchased the interest of Mr. Barman in the establishment, respectfully solicits a continuance of the liberal patronage bestowed on the old firm. He respectfully informs the public that he has just received a large invoice of new and seasonable goods, which makes his stock of CHOICE CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, BTC. One of the Best in the Mountains, consisting, in part, of Fine Black Cloth and assorted Casslmere Dress Coats; Casslmere Suits; Casslmere Business Coats, Pants and Vests—a fine assortment, Hats of every style, manufactured expressly for our trade; Boots of all qualities, siaes and prices—such ns Bcnkert's, Godfrey's, Wing's, Underwood’s, Union, Metropolitan. Ac.; Goodyear's India Rubber Boots, Paals and Legglns; Mission Mdls Blankets, all colors; Under and Over Shirts; Drawers, etct, etc. Also, a Splendid Assortment Gents’ Furnishing Goods ' such is ■ - Davis and Jones' White and Fancy Shirts; Crsvats, Ties, Collsrs, Handkerchiefs, Merino Undershirts and Drawers; Kid, Silk,Thread, Buck and Wollen Gloves; Merino, Woolen and Cotton Socks, etc. TRUNKS, VALISES, Carpet Bass* etc., of every description. Together with a large variety of other articles, too numerous to mention, all of which he wttl «cU at the LOWEST CASH RATES. He will abide by his motto, Quick sales and small profits. He solicits an examination of hit stock aud prices, guaranteeing to all who purchase of him the most satisfactory results. COLT’S PISTOLS! bf the Improved Pattern, always on hand. AM of Which will be sold very LOW for cash. mar2S P. SILBERMANN. Special anl> ffieneral Notices. CITY COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. LICENSE-PAYERS wilt please tak** notice that I have fixed upon SATURDAY i»f each week for the collection of Licen*e a . All aie expected to pay for their llceiise* on the firat Saturday after they become due. J. D. Hl'MK, jjl2tf City Codec. The Physician la often blamed for want of surer** in his treatmrnt,when the disappoint* ment In the recovery of the sick U tc l»e traced to the administertag : mpure medicine*. Robert White apothecary, la paying particular attention to the compounding physicians’ prescriptions and family 1**'T**. White, Medical Itall, la appointed agent for moat of the genjine Patent Medicines. HEIMSTREET’S IfflllTABLE HAIM RESTORATIVE. IT IS XOT A DYE. Hut restores gray hair to its original color, by sup plying the capillary tubes wi(4 Oftfujm/ sustenance, ir-’prirfj by age or disease. All insttanUinum* dyts are composed of lunar cauitic, destroying the vitality and beauty of the hair, and afford them eelvee no dreasiug. Ilcinistreet’s Inimitable Coloring not only restores hair to its natural color by an easy process, but gives the hair a LUXURIANT BEAUTY, promotes its growth, prevents its falling off. erad - icates dandruff, and imparts health and pleasant ness to the head. It has stood the test of time, being the original Hair Coloriug, and is constant ly increasing in favor. Used by both gentlemen and ladies. It is told by all respectable dealers, or can be procured by them of D. 8. Kahnes, Propri etor, New York. IIohtkttkr, Smith & Dean, Agents, San Francisco. Two sixes, ft) cents and $1. l julyl-leowlyj CljurctjfS-Cfjaritaljlc ©rtirrs. Hebrew Service— There will be Divine Service in the Synagogue, at l'lacerville, every Saturday, at If o'clock, a. m. octl?»i " Protestant K pi sc opal Church.— PLACEKYILl.K. Divine Service at the Court House every Sunday morning, at 1<*\' o’clork:Suuday School at same place, at 1 >*' o’clock. p. m. COI.OMA—i Service on the first and third Sunday evenings of the month, at 7 o’clock. KL DORADO—Services on the second and fourth Sunday evenings of the month, at seven o'clock. DIAMOND SPRINGS—Service on the sec ond and fourth Sundays of each month, at 4 o'clock r. a. C. C. PEIRCE, Minister. Residence, Cary House, l'lacerville. jr2*2 Catholic Charch.— Rev. J . Largan will officiate in Georgetow n on every first Sunday of the month ; also, in Coloma Church on the third Sunday. Divine service commences at 10. a. m. Vespers, in St. Patrick's Church, l'lacerville, on every Sunday evening, at a quarter past 7. jy27 A Palmyra Lodgr, No. 151, P. A A. M. hold their regular meetings on Tuesday night* next preceding the full moon of each month, in the now Hall, Upper PlarerviUe. All brethren In good -tand log are Invited to attend. I CHARLES D. IIAjtDY, W. M. J. McKislit, Secretary. - Naionlc Not Ice.—St at ed Meetings of El Dorado Lodge, No. JO, are held at Ma*onh; Hall, on the Monday of or next preceding the Full Moon la each month. FREDERICK F. 1!AIt88, W M. Jamuob M. Gwixtiiam, Secretary. — - Masonic—Sierra Nevada Council, No. 40, of Koval and Select Masters, holds stated meetings on the evening of the first Tuesday of each month, in Masonic flail, l’lacerville. ISAAC S. TIT1S, T. I. M. Jambs L. WiymvITH, Recorder. — Masonic. — Si. James Royal Arch Chapter. No. lfi. holds Its regular meetings in Ma sonic Hall, on the evening of the first Wednesday of each month. AH Companions in good standing will be cordiallv welcomed. WILLIAM A. JANUARY, M. E. If. P. 1.8. Tires, Secretary. m Zet a Encampment, I. O. O. F., No. 5, meets, in Odd Fellow s' Hall, on the evenings of the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month.— Sojourning Patriarchs jsre cordially inwied to at attend. • G. W. 11 OWLET, c. r. WM. Eichelroth, Scribe. janlfi *•—Star Lo,l s ,, K *• O. h., meets every Saturday Evening. Odd J’ellows’ llaU, on Stony Point, Pfacrvill**. Brothers in good standing are fraternally invited S. J. HIVEB, X. <» S. A Penwkll, R. .«. dvtrtb 5n RE-OPENINO — or tiik XICAR AGl' A ROt'TG! 750 Miles Shorter than any Other Route : PEOPLE’S STEAMSHIP LIVE! CONNECTING CALIEOBNl A AND NEW YORK! Va> w Rale* of Paisage! • The fii.t anil fnvurlto TK ENGINE fTKAMSHIl’, MOSES TAYLO: J. H. BLETI1EN COMMANDER Will be despatched fur SAN JUAN DEL SUR, Wednesday, April 22nd, 1803, From Mission Street Wharf, Sin Francisco, at 9 o'clock, s. H., precisely, Connecting at Oreytown with the splendid Steamship ILLINOIS, 2,500 Tons, JEFE. MAURY COMMANDER These steamers are unsurpassed for speed, clran- Iness and safety, and every effort will be made to the comfort of pa.Hin-nger8. W eapense h.. been spared to matte the Nicaragua route not only the quickest, but the safest and most desirable. For further information or pa**Age apply to • I. K ROBERTS. No. 4b7 Washington street. Opposite the Post Office, San Franoisco. PL ACER V 1LLE A SACRAMENTO VALLEY RAILROAD. NOTICE Is hereby given that the* second a8nesnment of TEN DOLLARS PER SHARK on the stork of the 1'la >cervllle and Sacramento Valley Rail ’road Company, is due and payable at the office of.the undersigned In the City or Placer* ville, El Dorado County. California, within thirty days from date. All shareholder* are requested to make payment cn or before that ti»ur, cr such as seasment will be promptly collected In tha manner prescribed by law. OGDEN SQUIRES, .Sec’.? P. and 8. V. R. R. Co. Placerville, Cal., February 24th, IjMSL—1*1 Deeds, mortgages and df.ci.ara tions of Homesteads, for salt- at this office I EGALBLANKSOFALL KINDS FORSALK J at this office popular patent jRebtcineg t ROBERT WHITE, WHOLESALE AID RETAIL DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST, * at., PI.Mr.il).. aod Broad*,,. PI.Mr.iU*,) DKAl.EB IS EVERYTHING ronnAted wlih tii bualneaa, which ha wlU at Montaaia Paioas. The UPPER TOWN STORE will Iw well »u|>plied willi a complete aaaortmeut of PAINTS, OILS, V AHN I8HES, BRUSHES, WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, ?yx$PENTINE, ALCOHOL. ETC., ETC. WT Kwry article told at either establishment will be guaranteed nf (he but quality. feblS DR. BURTON'S BALSAMIC COMPOUND! — roa Tilt — Speedy and Radical Cure of all Diaeaees of the Urinary Organa. Tina 18 A REMEDY which require* n.i a«ai*t ance ; It perform* It* duty quickly and thorough ly, leaving no Injurious effect either to the constitu tiun or to the part affected. It is the result of long experience, and close ob servation In a great number of cast*, and has been invariably successful where other medicines or treat ment have failed ; thus proving Itself to be a remedy long required by the publfc. *> PRICE, tl 00 PER BOTTLE. For aale by Druggists everywhere., fcde agent for the Pacific coast, CHA.S. LANGLEY. Wholesale Druggist, 3n9 Commercial, near Front street, San Francisco. UoJlEKT W HITE, Agent fur Plaeerville. juit'JSpSyl (iltOVER Sl R IK nil's X O I s K I, E S S FAMILY We have lately introdu ced a New Style Family 'Sewing Machine, making the Lock Stitch, or stitch alike on both sides, ar rangtd In the same style SEWING and sold at same prices MACHINES ! $80. as our Orover k Baker I Stitch Machines. At our office alone can purchasers examine the relative merits of each ! stitch, and be guaranteed ultimate and entire satis- GROVER 8l HIRER'S Lock Stitch faction, by our privilege FAMILY of exchanging for either SEWING style If not suited their first choice. .it MACHINES ! $00. GROVER & HIKER'S No. 9 I; Our No. 9 Machine is admirably adapted to the wants of all manufactu rers and is far more situ- I pie, durable and cheaper SEWING than any other Shuttle MACHINE! Machine in use, and a For Manufacturers great favorite wherever $e&. !l Call and examine our machines before purchas ing elsewhere. We man-: ufacture a largo variety of each stitch and adapt ed to the requirements of n!I families and manufac turers of goods where sewing is employed. GROVER & BIKER’S SEWING MACHINE DEPOT, H’J 9 Montgomery street Fan Francisco, aug-d F. T. BARSS, AGENT, Plaeerville. STOP THIEF! $150 OO REWARD ! STOLEN from the undersigned, at Bar tram’s Mill, ft rafles cast of Diamond springs, on the Carson road, ou the night of the loth init., one IRON-GRAY UfXDtNG, five years old, branded L on the left hip, with Several saddfe nnirkft, spliut on oue fore leg, and with one white hind foot. Alio,. BLACK PONY GKLDIN0, »houl 10 ye.r, old, heavy made, no brands remembered, works well in harneRS. Also, an IRON-GRAY FILLY, about 4 years old, and of small sise, no marks or brands remembered. I will pay a reward of $25 each for the return of the above animals, and $75 for the apprehension of the thief, or if more than one, $75 for each one ap prehended. W. BAUTKAM. Placerville, October 19th, 1S€*2.—if STOCK STOLEN! $d00 00 REWARD ! STOLF.N from the corral of the subscriber, 4.V miles east of Diamond Spring!*, on the Emigrant Koftd, on the nigiit of the 2lat Inst, the following animals, to wit: One Sorrel American Home, mark or brand on left hip resembling the figure 7, about ten years old and 14 bunds high, lie is a natural pacer. A Brown Horse, black mane and tail, 14 years old, Spanish brand on the left hip, and a new war on the head near the left ear—caused by the bridle, a hunch on the near fetlock joint, and saddle marks on his back. He is about 1 hands high. A Dark Brown Mare Mule, small star on the forehead, right shoulder sore—caused bv the collar, large, full eyes, neck unusually large, about in years old, middling site. A Light Gray Mare Mille, about 8 years old, middling site, a little lame iu the right hip, with small limbs. No marks or brands remembered. A Sorrel Mare Mule, about 7 years old, branded U. 8. on the left shoulder, numerous saddle marks on the sides and hack, whip marks on the right hip, small neck and head. round. The mules are all fat, and the horses In fair working order. I will pay $25 each for the recovery of the ani mals, and $175 for the arrest and conviction of the thief or thieves. W. BAKTRAM. Placerville, Nor. C9th, 1SB2.—tf CONTRACT TO LET. T)ROPOSAIi8 will he received at the store of A A. L. GOODKNOW, iu Cold Springs, until the first of April, 1868, for running one hundred feet or more of tunnel, which requires to be blasted. The contract will he awarded to the lowest an I best bid der. Persons desirous of taking a job of the above description, will do well to call and examine tn« work immediately. A. L. G00DEN0W k CO. Cold 8pring, March ISth, 1868.—*td CORPORATION NOTICE. Vr«F C * given by the undersigned Xx Trustees of the Cosumnes Copper Mining Com pany, that there will be a meeting of Stockholders of said Company at the office of T. J. Orgon, F.sq., in El Dorado, on 8ATUKDAY, APRIL llth, 1863, at 10 i o’clock A. M., to vote on the proposition to increase the capital Clock of said Company to $100,000, and number of shares to one thousand. .1 R. TIJLLF8. J. E. SIMMONS, C. P. JACKSON, J. McCOIlP. F! Dorado. March 1 >th, 1*63 4w jfitjscdlaneou# &&bfrti0tng FORWARDING. THE FORWARDING BUSIHSB8 of O. H. P. WHITS, Deceased, will bs continued by Ins widow, under the *tyle of O. H. P. WHITE ft CO. MR8. WI1ITF would respectfully ask a caatlnu atlou of the patronage hitherto bestowed on the house, and aMurea Its old friends and the public* generally that the business will be conducted by competent and responsible parties. SACRAMENTO, February Tth, 1863.—tf A. A. VAN VOOHIflES, WUOLUALI inn SATA 11. OKA LAS IS All. £>■■»<» SADDLES, KARS £ As, A B Bridles, Whips. Spur*. Logging, a Brushes, Combs, Collars. Sin-1 *ches, Horse Sheets and Iilank-T ets,etc. Together with a .arge and complete assortment c t LEATHER, CALF-SKINS, SHOE FINDINGS, SHOEMAKERS’ KITS, Leather Prewvmtvvrt, *r., Itc., all ol which is offered at Sacramento Prices. » New Iron Fire-Proof Block, mail"! .Wain street, Placerville. 1‘fiu City Sexton and Undertaker. A. VEDDER, Sextos and Undcktaesk, Keeps constanMy on hand and makes to order all sites of COFFINS. Will also furnish Fune rals with Hearse, Carriages, etc. Graves dug—and everything requisite fur Funerals furnished at the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. A. VKDDEK also manufactures and keeps always on hand all kinds and sizes of Window Saah, Doors, Blinds, Bedsteads Tables, Kitchen Safes, Wardrobes, Or any article in Furniture, Carpenter or Undertak er’s department—all of which he warrants to be made of the best materials and workmanship. Manufactory and Wareroont, next door above the Soda Factory, above Stony Point, Main street, PI a ocrville. lOurD-ftm CHARLES II. TOWXSFa.VD, UNDERTAKER, O. L. Crisman’s Furniture Warerooms, AWOIXIXO ODD FELLOWH* HALL, MAIN STREET, PDACERVILIiE. COFFINS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Funerals furnished and attended, In the City or Country, with everything desired, at short notice and on reasonable terms. mar?8 S. SILBERSTEIN, DKAI.KB IN SEGARS AND TOBACCO, CTJTLLRY, YANKEE NOTIONS. TO VS. FRUITS, NUTS, Candies, etc., etc.. Main street, opposite the Cary Home, frb!5J PLACEItVILLE. 3m] GKO. LKMKRIIARD, J. W. KINO THE OLD MARKET, Corner Main audCuinmm *U., Loraerhard ft. King Proprietor*. mar7 FRESH MEATS, of all kinds and the best quality, always on hand and fur rale, at wholesale or retail, at the lowest market prices. LKMEH1IARD k CO. FRCD. Ifl’NCKR. RUT RAMIL. PEOPLE'S MARKET ! Opposite l.andeeker’s Store, Main st., Placerville HUNG Ell k 11 AM KL PROPRIETOR*. FRESH MEATS, of all kinds, at wholesale or retail, at as low rates us at any other mar ket iit the city. n'ovtfi W. I). MARBLE. HOUSE. SIGN AND OENAMENTi PAINTER, Glasier and Paper-Hanger. CARMACKS, Runners, Klny*. Transparencies, ] t>'.‘lias, Stc., Painted at price* to null the time WIXDOW CLASS. Just Rcc.dred and for Sale, CiiKAP FOR CASH 10,000 Feet of Window Gins All «iae«, from Sslti to3ii*.|tf. Also, l’CTTY, and kind* of PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES. Smalt*, turpentine, brushes, Gilt Moulding, O Leaf, Bronae, *c. t# Orders from the country, for work or n terlal,promptly attended to. .. W. L. MARPJ.E marW Main si., near Stony Point, PUCervi! W. BARTRAX, DKAI.KK IX DOORS, WINDOWS ti LINDS! OK EVEltY UK8CRIPTI0N! At t San PranciRco Prices and Freight. Also, all kind* of SUGAR PINE AND COMMON LUMBER! T. AND G. FLOORING, DRESSED LUMBER, Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Etc., Main Street, Placerville. v*r All order* promptly and faithfully attended *«• sept27yl FASHIONS FOR ALL SE ASONS. 4 a PARTIES veiling Sacramento, ihnuld bear In mind that the only place to buy a FINE AND FASHIONABLE HAT la at the extenalve Establishment of LAMOTT—HATTER, Corner of Second and J streets; Where may always be found the largest variety of HATS, CAPS, FUR8, ROBES. ETC., In the State, which he guarantees to sell LOWER than any other House in the City. Call before |tfr chasing and examine his stock. septd NOTICE. THE copartnership heretofore existing under the name of HeRNANDEZ k ANDERbuN, in the Book, Stationery and News Depot, by mutual con sent, is this day dissolved. R. 8. HERNANDEZ will collect all debts due to and pay all demands against said firm. R. 8. HERNANDEZ, J. M. ANDERSON. The undersigned will hereafter carry on the above business, and solicits the patronage of all who re quire anything in hif line. R S. HFRNANPFA Placerville, March 2f*th. 1863.- 1m ffi roerrle*, -Istgaafi?'■if* bbiluir r avccak* t THE FIRST otnr or ' IN OPPOSITION TO MOJTOrpVtl just Ricnrco at (ORIGINAL SPANS,« ggjs ffm I«| Hotel. a I FAMILY PROVISIONS, OB AIN, WINES AND LIQUORS, uu Tin but nuu or „ CHOICE TOBACCO AND SBOARS! - ■■+ % 1 * t *jOw->C >iis Jjtfud, the best qutliti— sf Crmlied Sugar, Tv!»*w *• Chum “ iVruvisu " Puwdfrwl Otd ftlw Co** Costs flick “ Manilla “ Jays *• Orouod, “ Fine 8yriips Tes*.Gr**en, Romps. mss'iI, Candle*, Mackerel, Ojr'-rr Olive Oil. Cost Oil. Ptarcti, Black, " J*P»b, Spite,, hrltoA Lobsters, Picklts, Lard, Bacon, Cmmnhene, Btst Brands of Fleur. THU BFST <JVAU7V import** di rectly fronr the East, at prices which defy mil coinpetitioii. Purchasers would do well to fir* ms a Call before buying tlaewhere, for “ Due dollar saved U aa good as two dollars earned.” The subscriber respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage heretofore so liberally hi tended to him. lie is determined to eel! evtrytblrjf In hie line at prices to suit the times and will not be Ulldcraold for CASH or its equivalent. %W Good* deli vend to all parts of the City free of charge. L. LANDfiCKKRy Corner Main and Sacramento Streets, . 1 Opposite the Orleans Hotel. ja«17 Plaoerville. H. .11. DONAHUE, WDOLKI.W.K UULtt III FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC wine** and Liquors, OPPOSITE THE THEATRE, MAIN TREET, PLAOERVILLE. [janlO] BAN XR ANCISCO EXCHANGE. MICHAEL PLANASAN, baring •old hi* lateral ta tha bnOim of | TValker A FUup* to Mr. David Walker, has opened the Baa Tran 1 ilvo Exchange, salt door ta the > MountJoj Houm, Bbeso he «BI keep the best qualities of LIQUORS AID SUGAR 8, At Wholesale and Be tail! And will hr happy to see all bis bid customers and as many new ones as want to come. IW" There Is a good shUpplE board in the Saloon, free to all visitors. Csbldtf J. J. CUI.LEN, Watchmaker and Jeweler! (1TTIIK 01.1) STAND OF J. W. SKKLKT.) ON THE PLAZA, PLACERVILLF J. J. CLLI.KN having taken the * SEy.hl stand of Mr. 8KELEY, on the |Plara,(adjoining O’Donuell’#Them-, trr.) rt**-jH-ctfully announces to the 1 public that he is prepared to repair or regulate Watches anil manufacture jewhlby^ Of ev»;ry description, at short notice, and In tha best style. Diamond Work, Enameling. ChmsiER. ENGRAVING, SKAL-dTITNO, ME-MWKING and GILDING ami SILVERING done In the best style of the art and at The shortest notice. •** Work done promptly and delivered at the lime spec idled. Air. CULLEN Is agent for the sal* *f the BAY STATE BEWINU MACHINE ! The simplest, cliepest and best Sewta, Machine no* in use. fife AL80, GI KSNITHI1VG, In general. This department ’rill lie under the supervis ion of FRAMK BKCKRART, for merly of Colbtna. All Job# dime promptly and at reasonable f t*Ces. J anti l ALEXANDER BUSWELL, PRACTICAL BOOK BINDER, Paper Ruler and Blank Book Maker, MT Clay and M4 Commercial sts., lietveen Mont gomery and Sanidni's streets, SAN FRANCISCO. Irr Illniliny of every description neatly exera* ted; sllaiik 7k»oks Ruled and Bound lo any desired pattern. jontflyl COMMISSION AND PURCHASER -A. a- e isr t , HAN FRANCISCO ORDKRS r«.r the purchase of Merchandise a articles of every description are solicited by I undersigned* A residence In this city of oVer ten years, and experience in the business of nearly the same len| of time, are considered sufficient to warrant the c* fidence of person# in the country who occaalena require to make purchaaes here, through the agon of a reliable party; or who may he looking foi permanent airent la dan Frttocltee. To wfther I advertiser offers hi#services, assuring ad who tntr orders it him that no effort Wh All b« sporwd W « cute thelt eommsasiobs sutiuCaetotilf. All orders must he accompanied with Uw sssh city reference. Those desiring information concerning thwwnd< Signed, are referred to W in. T. Coleman A Co., San Frarcisch; J. 11. Coghill k Co., 11 C. Langley, Druggist, •• Flint, Peabody A Co., •* Ira IV Rankin. •» Russ. Dempster k Co;, «» J. Anthony k Oo.. Union Office, Bacramewto And to Gelwlcks A January, Publlshera of l Mountain DEWodtAT, Plaoerville. N. H—fl-flers for Machinery, Pianofortoa, Me dcons, 3ewing Machine*, Watches, Jewelry, etc.,i be attended to by competent judges. t. P. FISHER, Commlsslnn and Purchasing Agent, <1*29 Washington street,up stairs tinpofcite Maguire's Opera House, flan Fran else j. • If PALMED, HANSCOM «t GO., Golden State Iron Works, manufacture IRON CASTINGS AND •MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS, Kn»*’s Amalgamators, •Special Department for MANTEL GRATES, STOVE WORK, CALDRONS, ETC., No’s IB AND SI, FIRST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. Heath fcbill it Brodle Always on hand. DISSOLUTION THE Copartnership heretofore cnli i he nan, of P. 8ILBERMAN A 00, diswilred by mu tool consent. All peraona owlaf acoouato ta tbs lot* On* please can at once at tha “ OM S*,od Pant” wulewjp; and those haring -trmsnto will present them for payment top., who will continue in business *1 tbs known stand. PHILLIP Ml* ISAAC SAMIAN. Pltcertill*, March nth, la