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The mountain Democrat. [volume] (Placerville, El Dorado County, Calif.) 1863-1943, April 18, 1863, Image 4

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VATHIB AMUHAK1 DREAM.
■T AM AMAJrVBKfTS.
i fJj L hod olooofi bar Kopubltean bail;
Tha rale u4 daaaina bad caaaad in tba hall,
And Babaian, raabaff and ripa tor a brawl,
Wan aaakla* thalr lodfinpa, with •• anakaa” In
their iboti i
Falbar Abr’ain bad aaten and drankan bli fill;
■la lafla had frown limbar, hla atomaak frit ill s
8a haaat bln down, drowiyjad atnpid, and atill—
And toon ha wat taking a wnorona anoou.
Fathar Aba baeaaw narrow. Wbowowdarrat that?
With a pain la hla haad and a “brick” In hia hat;
Whan a rtrangar walked In and Jnat gara Mm a pat,
Aa familiar aa If they’d been .hum. all their urer.
Ha kaaw from tha purple and Horn ha wore.
And the aarki of goodUalng ha otherwise bora,
■a had road or hoard of tha atranger before—
8a ha gnaaaed ia a moment ’twaa old M if tar
•> Sieoa.”
Qaatk Diana, for twaa ha: “ From my maater I
boar
A amaaaiaaion, to aarra him aa Charge da Affaire ;
To aoa to hia intareata, and utaka them my care.
Ha aaada hia oBcial aalaara, by the bye ;
■a daairaa yon to riait hia tropical farm,
Whan tha froat narar bitaa, and it alwaya feela
So aayiay , ha eanght np tha patriarch’! arm,
Witbant waiting a moment to hear hia reply.
Down, down from tha White Honae they took their
Ajftd Um darkness grew blacker the farther they
went;
When their noetrile were filled with a sulphnroue
eeent.
Sayt Old Abe : “ It it Fredericksburg that we
smell
••Oh no!" said hit guide, 14 Your Republican
State
Smells much like my matter’s dominions of late ;
But the brimstone you smell is from my Majesty’s
grate;
We are now, you perceive, in the suburbs of h—11."
Father Abr’am breathed short, and his visage grew
pale.
When he taw hit old ally advancing, full sail.
With a dosen grim demons supporting his tall;
And he bow’d him as low as a courtier could do;
When Hit Highness exelaiwfed, “ I ’ra as glad as a
brother.
That we meet once again to consult with each
other.
How'e your health? How’s your wife? now’s
Boh, and your mother ?
What’s up in your place? It there any thing
new ?
•« How it Presidsnt Davit, your old friend and
mine?
I have no better subjects—none better combine,
Or do more in advancing my cherished design :
Tour names are both down at the Chiefs of my
SUIT."
Then he ordered hit Jailor to unlock a door,
And there, just from Frederick, ten thousand or
more,
Lay mangled and ghastly, and recking with gore.
Says the jailor, •* This cargo is only your half."
Father Abr’am was pleated with his majesty’s
praise.
And ho thought of a joke of his juvenile days ;
But he hadn’t the time for a story’s delays.
So proceeded at once to unburden his mind :
Says he,•• There's bad news from the nation 1 rule,
Soane proclaim me a tyrant—some call ms a tool,
And they talk very loud of upsetting my stool;
And the feeling is daily increasing, I find.
•• The Democrat party has risen again.
And they swear the ‘Old Union’ they want to
maintain ;
And the old Constitution. It’s getting quite plain
Thoy intend to perform what they’ve taken in
hand. y.
The people are weary of taxes and debt;
They are weary of war, where there’s nothing to
get i
And *tia svident now they Intend to upset
All tho intricate schemes ws cunningly planned."
From theC'tnelnn^rnquirer.
Tkt Tories of 1770 ami the Abolition
ists of 1883.
“The ValUndigbam peace moo of to-day are
tbe counterparts of the torica of the Revolu
tion.”—[Commercial.
The above furnishes us a fit opportu
nity for sayiog something on a subject
that we have long been disposed to in
vestigate. It is this: Tbe Vallandig
ham peace men— that is, the Democrats—
who are more than one half of the people
of the North, stand precisely upon the
same platform, adrocatc the same doc
trines that Washington, Jefferson, Han
cock, Adams, and the American patriots
adhered to in 1776. They are the lineal
descendants, the true representatives, are
in fact, tbe true patriots of our day, while
their opponents are the Tories, the Brit
ish Tories of the times. These proposi
tions we propose to defend by arguments
that cannot be gainsayed.
The Whig patriots of 1776 believed
that the only true, the only legitimate ba
sis of government, was in the consent of
the governed. This is the Democratic
doctrine of 1863. Tho Tory doctrine of
1776 was that governments did not rest
upon the consent of the people governed,
but they relied instead' upon the bayonet
and the sword to hold them in subjection.
Tb« Tories of our day believe in the same
■thing. The patriot Whigs of 1776 favor
•ed a voluntary Union between the States.
They were in favor of no other Union.
This is the Union the Democrats are for
to-day. Tbe Tories of 1776 were not for
a voluntary Union, but for a coerced one,
.and ao are the Tories of 1863, alias tbe
war Abolitionists.
Tbe British Tories of 1776 claimed that
the King had tbe right to suspend the
writ of habeas corpus, proclaim martial
law over all the country, arrest and throw
fnto prison, or transport into a distant
land, anybody he saw fit, without any le
gal process but his own will. The Abo
lition Tories of 1863, in America, defend
the President in the exercise of the same
usurpations. Tbe American patriots of
1776 protested against them ; so d» the
American Democrats of 1863. The Brit
ish Tories of 1776 sustained the King in
endeavoring to excite a domestic insur
rection among the negro slaves. The
Abolition Tories of to-day are in favor of
the same measure. The patriots of ’70
protested against it in the Declaration of
Independence. They denounced it as a
high crime against mankind. So do the
VaJlandigliam Democrats of 1863. Tbe
Tories of 1776 called themselves “ King’s
Friends,” “ Kxcluiive” Loyalists. The
Tories of to-day flaunt under the same
designation of "Loyalists,” and tell us
that the President can do no wrong, and
that we must not oppose any of his enor
mities. They were “ loyal” to the mon
arch, but traitors to liberty. This is the
position of the War Abolitionists of 1863.
The British Tory believed Shat the King
could set aside tho Constitution under
the " war power.” So docs the Ameri
can Abolitionist.
We could follow the anology much
further, but it is useless. British Toryism
in 1776, and American Toryism in 1863,
are identically the same. Had the latter
lived in 1776 thev would have taken sides
with the British King, while the Demo
crats would have been with Washington
and Hancock. The British Tories were
for a despotism. So are the War Aboli
tionists. In view of the surprising anal
ogy between the parties, we suggest to
our Democratic friends of the press
whether it would not be well to call the
Abolitionists the British Tories of 1863.
They are the Tories—the Democrats are
the “ Patriots.” They aro the disciples
of the old idiot King George III and his
unscrupulous Minister, Lord North, while
the Vaileedigham Democrats are the dis
ciples of Washington.
Dbtdxs, on tbe night that one of his
plays was damned, was taking his melan
choly walk from the theatre when lie was
met by a coxcomb acquaintance, who
■aid: “ What, Drydcn, my boy, upon
my soul I feel for you! Can there be
anything more shocking to a person’s
feelings than a damned play ?" “ Yes,”
replied tho poet, “a damned fool."
I The Bn Whe Advocate the Farther
| proeeeatlea or the War.
The Abolitionists, who have time snd
again denounced the Constitution as “ a
league with death snd a covenant with
helT.”
The shoddy contractors, who make a
hundred per cegt on their patriotic ser
vices to tne Government
The radical press, which, having pre
viously misled the people, by telling
them the South could not be kicked out
of the Union, is rmw the most insatiate
in their thirst for blobd.
The manufacturers of the New Eng
land States, whose wealth is increasing
with the increase of taxes.
The army of tax assessors and collec
tors, who have been let I<$se all over the
loyal States to feed and fatten on the sub
stance of the people.
The men who called on heaven to bless
the President after they had been ap
pointed BrigadiefNMMvaia.
The men who believe that the restless
and unquiet spirit of John Brown is still
marching on ; who maintain that he was
a martyr to human liberty, and who in
sist that he was right in invading the
sovereign State of Virginia.
The men who are in favor of consolida
tion and centralized despotism at Wash
ington, and who would overthrow the
sovereignty of the States.
The men who believe that the liberty
of the press, the freedom of speech, ha
beas corpus, the boundaries of States and
the civil tribunals of the country should
be abolished whenever they in any way
conflict with the policy of the Adminis
tration.
The men who argue that whatever the
President does, or orders to be done,
should be obeyed, ns the will of a despot,
and who contend that even the Constitu
tion should be set aside whenever it in
terferes with his edicts.
The men wo would make the liberty of
the white man subordinate to the eman
cipation of the negro.
The men whose telescopic vision can
see nothing nearer than Africa, and
whose ears are closed to the wails of the
widows and orphans that crowd our cities
by thousands.
The Abolition orators and writers who
are allowed by the Administration a mo
nopoly of the liberty of speech and of the
press.
The men who, in the confiscation of
the property of the Southern people, ex
pect to come in for their share of the ill
gotten gain, and who would establish the
same military plantation system in the
South which the English government at
one time so successfully attempted in
Ireland.
The men who would make the Union
a union of the conquered with the con
queror, and who would establish the
same relations between the North and the
South that exists between Russia and
Poland.
The men who would not have the
Union ' re-established unless slavery is
abolished.
The men who scouted all compromise
and reconciliation, and who will be satis
fied with nothing less but the complete
humiliation of our Southern fellow-citi
zens, and the occupation of the South by
a large military force.
The men who told the President that
on the promulgation of his Abolition
proclamation the roads of New England
would swarm with nine hundred thou
sand volunteers.
The Abolitionists of the British Empire,
who have leagued with native anti-slavery
traitors to overthrow the Union, and who
know that the longer the war is continued
the less chance there is for its restora
tion.
The enemies of the Republic and hu
man freedom all the world over, who are
gloating over the acts of the despotism at
Washington, and pointing their subjects
to its assumption of absolute power, as a
proof that self government is a failure.
Such are the men who are in favor of
-a further prolongation of the war. With
these facts before us, shall we still con
tinue our suicidal course ? or shall we
seek, through a convention of the States,
to restore that union of the North and
tho South, between which our enemies
would make a dividing line more impas
sable than any Chinese wall ever con
structed—a line that would render union
a mockery, by making a union of tbe ty
rant with the oppressed; "a union of
the shark with its prey;” a union whose
emblem would be "the sword; a union
whose people would be converted from
citizens into subjects, and whose servants
would become tneir masters ? Is it such
a union as this wc want ? Are we pre
pared to plunge into the dread abyss that
is yawning beneath our feet? If this is
a government of the people, let tho peo
ple see to it that their wishes are respect
ed and their demands complied with.—
[New York Metropolitan Record.
Ciiookedness of Boston. —“Gail Ham
ilton” says: “No city has any moral
right to be as crooked as Boston. It is a
crookedness without excuse and without
palliation. It is crooked in cold blood
and with malice aforethougnt. It goes
askew when it might just as easily go
straight. It is illogical inconsequent and
incoherent. Nowhere leads to anywhere
in particular. You start at any given
point and you are just as likely to come
out at one place as another. Of course
this can but have effect on the inhabi
tants. Straight-forwardness becomes im
possible where you are continually pitch
ing up against sharp points. People
born and bred in angels, and blind alleys,
and crossways, cannot fail to have a
knack at tergiversation and intrigue.
Diplomatists should be chosen from Bos
ton, or should at least take a preparatory
course of live years there, as soldiers do
at West Point
“ The number of streets is amazing.
The Bostonians seem to have a perfect
frenzy for them. If they can squeeze in
a six foot passage between two bouses
they arc happy. Half a dozen stairs and
a brick platform is an avenue and an ely
siuin. They build their houses in the
shape pf a letter V, with the point stick
ing out in front, apparently for no other
reason than the exquisite satisfaction of
having a street pass up each side; and
they make their streets to look at, and
then make alleys to get there. Washing
ton street, the principal thoroughfare,
“ Like a wounded snake, drags its slow length
along.”
“ I have heard that it was originated
by cows, meandering down to drink.
This hypothesis may answer in the one
case, but it won't apply to tbe smaller
streets, for a cow could not make such
acute angels if she tried. Owing to this
vacine inability, Washington roils on
with dignity for a while, but it goes into
a delirium tremens down by Cornbill
and Dock Square.
Wnv is the hour between ten and
twelve at long odds ? Because it is ten
to one.
Cijas.B. ffettit’g Column.
Dry Good* and Clothing
AT GREATLY
REDUCED PRICES!
Fra THE TEXT THIRTY DATS,
the undersigned will eell off all the old stock o
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS ANDM&PS.
Furnishing and Trimming Goods,
Lately porcfcssrt t* £>: >.vV? ' r », *! VJ a. 4Wg>wln
A Co., at ■ ■ r
San Franoisco Cost!
He will also tell,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
All hit present stock of
Fall and Winter Goods!
'Is task/ room for a new stock of
Spring and Summer Goods !
Purchasers will consult their interest by call
ing and examining his goods, as they were bought so
low as to enable him to sell them at prices which
other dealers pay for their goods.
apr4 CHA8. B. PETTIT.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
CHAS. B. PETTIT,
(At the old stand of H. A. Csgwin k Co.)
v
DEALER IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS,
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS,
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES!
RESPECTFULLY Invites the attention of purcha
sers to his large and well selected assortment
of desirable goods, all of which he is selling
AT THE LOWEST PRICES!
JEST RECEIVED,
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT of French. English
and American DRESS GOODS, com
pelling
Beautiful Prints;
Rich Silks;
Fine Merinos;
Handsome Delainea;
Splendid Reps;
And a great variety of
Choice Furnishing Goods!
Which the ladies are respectfully invited to call and
examine.
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
LADIES’ BOOTS AND SHOES!
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ’-By far the largest
and best in tlie City, for sale,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES!
By CHAS. B. PETTIT.
GENT’S CLOTHING!
I OFFER FOR SALE my present large stock of
CLOTHING, at as low prices as such goods can
be purchased of
ANY DEALER IN CALIFORNIA !
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
CALIFORNIA BLANKETS !
TnK BK*T IN USE!—A constant supply on hand
and for sale,
AT THE LOWEST RATES!
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
MENS’ AND BOYS’ BOOTS
AND SHOES!
A LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS, alwaye on
hand end for sale at price* that cannot fail to
satiify purchaaeri.
CALL AND SEE FOB YOURSELVES
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
ALEXANDER’S KIDS!
A FINE ASSORTMENT of ALEXANDER’S
FIR8T CLASS KID GLOVES, alio
a good aeiortment el
CHEAP KID OLOVES !
For wle hy
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
LESS THAN NEW
PRICES!
A. large btock of
YORK
Brown and Bleached Sheetings and
Shirtings;
Bed Tickings, Denims, ete..
For sale by
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
CARPETINGS !
o
IL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, ETC.
A good stock always in store and for ssle at
VERY LOW PRICES!
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
SHAKER FLANNEL,
Kentucky jeans;
Curtain Damasks;
Table Linen;
Towels; Napkins;
Bed Quilts, etc., etc..
For sale low, by
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
GLOVES AND HOSIERY !
THE largest and belt assorted stock In the City,
always In store cad
FOR SALE VERY LOW.
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
ORDERS
FROM THE COUNTRY will receive prompt at
tention, at the same low prices as if buyers
were present.
REMEMBER
The Old Btand of H. A. Csgwin A Co.,
IRON FRONT BUILDING,
MAIN STREET, PLACERVILLE.
CHAS. B. PETTIT,
(Elotfjtng, 59rg ffioobs, Etc.
-ga A CAKD FOB THE
WINTER AND SPRINC1
CLOTHING TRADE OF SAN FRANCISCO.
BADGER &LINDENBERGER
Noa. 411,418 and 415 Battery iitreet, corner of
Merchant, 8an Pranciaco,
I MPORTF RS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
ENTIRE NEW AND FHESH STOCK.
WE would call the attention of CorsTar Mer
chants to our unusually targe stock of Goods.
Our stock 04>mprisea every article in the
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
Line. We hare constantly on hand the largest stork
and rreatest variety of CA8SIMERK AND WOOL
HATS of any house in San Francisco, and our
prices for these foods are less than those of any
other house, as we receive them direct from the
Manufacture**, on CONSIGNMENT. Our stock of
WINTER AND SPRING GOODS
Is parileularly attractive, and the great feature to the
COUNTRY MERCHANT is the unusually low price
less than the cost of importation. We also keep the
STAPLE ARTICLES in tbe DRY GOODS line, which
goods we hsfve purchas« in this market, under the
HAMMER, and are offering them at NEW YORK
COST, AND LESS.
We publish this CARD in order that we may make
new acquaintances, and Induce those who have not
heretofore purchased of us to call and inspect our
stock.
All we ask is an opportunity to SHOW THE
GOODS and name the prices, and we have no fear of
the result.
GOOD articles and LOW prices are the great In
ducements to all who purchase to sell again. Mer
chants who buy of ns can make a pood profit, and
sell to their customers at a low figure. We remain,
respectfully, your obedient servants,
BADGER A LINDEN BERGER,
Wholesale Clothing and Hat Warehouse,
Nos. 411,413 and 41.*> Battery st.,
San Pranclsco.
San Pranclsco, January ISth, 1S03.—3m
S. BAMBERGER’S
EXTENSIVE
CLOTHING EMPORIUM!
w»l ANOTHEB ARRIVAL
U — 0F —
Iff FALL AND WINTER.
CLOTHING!
1
FROM
NEW YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO!
— — CoOiiting of
Fine Black Broad Cloth Frock Coats;
Fine Cassimere Suits;
Fine Black Doeskin Pants ;
Black and Fancy Velvet, Silk, and Cas
simere Vests;
Silk, Cassimere. French Felt and Wool
Hats :
Mining and Dress Boots, comprising
Benkert’s, Godfrey's and Wing's
Best, in great variety ;
Davis & Jones’ White and Calico Shirts
Cents’ Furnishing Goods of Every De
scription ;
India Bubber Coats, Pants, Leggins and
Boots;
California Blankets, a large variety ;
Carpet Bags, Trunks, Valises, Umbrel
las, Etc., Etc.
COLT’S PISTOLS, of all sises, constantly
on hand.
fW THE HIGHEST PRICE
— ratD for —
GOLD DUST & COUNTY ORDERS.
Gentlemen wishing to purchase will do well
to call and examine my stock, as I DEFY COMPE
TITION. S. BAMBERGER,
[jaullij
CHEAPER THAX EVER!
ANOTHER LARGE IMPORTATION
OF
vj a FALL AND WINTER
JOLOTHING !_S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, CAPS. ETC., ETC.
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED a largo and carefully
A selected assortment of
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING!
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
RUBBER GOODS, BLANKETS,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bogs, etc., etc.
And a general as>ortment of
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS!
All of which will by sold at exceedingly low prices.
Gentlemen are invited to give me a call before
purchasing, as I have an assortment of goods from
which the taste of the most fastidious cannot fail to
be suited,
COLT’S PISTOLS,
Of all sites, constantly on hand.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
PilD FOR
County Warrants and Gold Dust
N. B.—New Goods received everv Week.
AARON' KAHN,
Main street next door to the Greyhound
[Id]
F. SILBERMANN,
AT TTTI
“OLD ROUND TENT!”
HAVING 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 bis stock of
CHOICE CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, CAPS, ETC.
One of the Best in the Mountains, consisting, in
part, of

Fine Black Cloth and assorted Cassimere Dress
Coats;
Cassimere 8uits; Cassimere Business Coats, Pants
and Vests—a fine assortment,
Hats of every style, manufactured expressly for
our trade;
Boots of ail qualities, sizes and prices—such as
Benkert’s, Godfrey’s, Wing’s,Underwood’s,
Union, Metropolitan, Ac.;
Goodyear’s India Rubber Boot*, Pants and
Leggins;
Mission Mills Blankets, all colors;
Under and Over Shirts; Drawers, etet, etc.
Also, a Splendid Assortment
OF
Gents’ Furnishing Goods!
— SUCH AA
Davis and Jones’ White and Fancy Shirts;
Cravats, Ties, Collars, Handkerchiefs,
Merino Undershirts and Drawers;
Kid, Silk,Thread, Buck and Wollen Gloves;
Merino, Woolen and Cotton Socks, etc.
TRUNKS, VALISES, Carpet Bags,
etc., of every description.
Together with a large variety of other articles, too
numerous to mention, all uf which he will sell at
the LOWEST CASH RATES. He will abide by his
motto, Quick sales and small profits.
He solicits an examination of his stock and prices,
guaranteeing to all who purchase of him the most
satisfactory results.
COLT’S PISTOLS!
Of the Improved Pattern, always on hand.
Ail of which will be sold very LOW for cash.
®sr28 F. SILBERMANN.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing under
the name of P. SILBKRMAN A CO., is tnis day
dissolved by mutual consent.
All persons owing accounts to the late firm will
please call at once at the “ Old Round Tent” and
settle up; and those having demands against them
will present them for payment to P. SILBKRMAN,
who will continue in business at the above well
known stand. PHILLIP FILBEKMANN.
ISAAC BARMAN.
riaccMillc, »lat:h VVb, 1663.—Im
J&otete, StestauranW, Etc.
the caby house,
HUH HrHHHT PLACH1T1LLH.
JAS. W. CULLEN PROPRIETOR.
febll
ORLEANS HOTEL*
Corner Main an<i Sorramento Street*.
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA,
J. H. THBdtrbllt Proprietor
(Former!* of tke Cory Hoo»e.)
TnF. HOUSE hiving been thoroughly overhauled
remodeled and newly furnished with <He**nt
furniture, we are prepored to accommodate the
traveling public In finer wtylo than any ho ' tli " th *
city. Having had extensive experience M» caterer,
nil who may be pleased to patronise the House can
not fail to be well cered for.
Every department of the House will be kept in
such a manner as to make It second to NONE In the
State.
* STAGES arrive at and depart from the
Orleans from and to all parts of the State.
60 and 75 •*
fW~ House o|ien all night. 11,f
PLACER HOTEL,
MAIN STREET PLACKRVILLE.
RICHARD KIF.NNK PROPRIETOR.
The undersigned haring again Ukftv^^
charge of the Placer Hottl. respect f ully*J.*..
*®nlioits the patronage of hla old frU'nd*JHL„
and the public generally, and assures them that no
pains shall »*v spared to render the Placer a pleasant
home to all its patrons.
THE PLACER HOTEL, situated in the very heart
of the business portion of Placervllle, offers supe
rior inducements to resident* and the traveling pub
lic. The TABLE will always be supplied wit! the
best viands to be had in the market, and the Lodg
ing department will ever be clean and comfortable.
ftY Prices in accordance with the times
£Z r 2$ RICHARD KIENNE*
RIVERSIDE HOTEL,
Mae mile* We*t of Strawberry »n<2 E»«t of Plsoervtlie.
On Henry and Swan's New Road.
THE undersigned having made every
arrangemen* for the m rn-nm«>d:itlon <•!
TEAMSTERS AND TRAVELERS. a«-
then that all wli<> favor him with
their patronage, shall be enter'ained in a manner
that cannot fait to give satisfaction, and alvery
low prices.
Purchasing everything the season affords, and
employing the best of rooks, he pledges himself to
«prea<i before the patrons of the River-Side, the
BEST TABLE to be found between Placervllle and
Nevada Territory.
The Bar will always he supplied with the best
liquors and cigars.
0 + 0 Stable room for teams. Hay and Barley al
ways op hand and for sale cheap
juuTyl J. \V. BARRON, Proprietor.
LEOVS SEW STATION.
One of the Cheapest Houses In the.
mountains—on Henry A Swan’s new road, and also
on the old county road to Carson Valley and Esme
ralda, “6 miles from Placervllle and Diamond
Springs, and miles west of Strawberry Valley.
The abore House is a large twowtory frame build
ing. with rooms for families and other guests.
*TThe BAR is supplied with the best of Liquors
and Segars.
•%Good Stabling for horses, mules, etc. nay and
Rarity always on hand.
aug*2tf W. F. LEON, Proprietor.
SAX FRA.XCISC O hoi *i:,
J. If. MILLER PROPRIETOR.
Jgl This Hotel, located on the stave road from
jJIjW Placervllle to Nevada Territory, 42 mites e.i«t
i"™ from Placerville, and : »>y miles We.t ».f Straw
berry Valley, affords the best of accommodations to
Teamsters and Travelers. .Every pain* will be taken
to give entire satisfaction, in entertainment and
charges, to all who may favor it with the r pstrun.
age. A share of patronage .s respectfully -••lieped.
aug-.itf J. H. MILLER.
ARCADE REST AC RAKT,
main street, ela^entilln,
John Marcovich, Proprietor.
The undersigned having rented the
abov-nsmei| rsinMi«hrr»-nt, hasr**fittcd
t \ and furnished it in the fine«f style, and
is prepared t«* furnish hi* patrons with
every luxury or delicacy the market affords.
GAME, TURKEY, CHICKEN AND
OYSTER SUPPERS
Furnished at short notice and in any desired style.
Ball Suppers Prepared to Order.
G«od Lodging, by the night or week.
Open All Night X Al
marl3 JOHN MARCOVICH.
A
HOPE AND NEPTUNE
RESTAURANT,
On the Plaza, Placerville.
The above popular ]*lace of Resort has
been leased by the undersigned, and thoroughly
renovated and refitted.
Every Delicacy of the 8eason
Constantly on hand. Meals served at the shortest
notice. A share of patronage solicited.
feblb-Am I’ETl'.R MILL1GE.
THE CMOS SALOON,
Cornw Main and Coloma streets,
p. j. McMahon proprietor.
OLD SHERRY AND PORT WINE.
BY THE BOTTLE.
57" Entrance on Coloma street. [febl
LAGER BEER CELLAR!
LARGEST MUQS AND BEST EAGER
IN THE CITY!
Thxodosii Eisggror. Faro. TtOTaaiga.
E1SFELDT & TAGTall El EH,
HAVING purchased the interest of A. KOHLER
in the MOUNTAIN BRER CELLAR (Krahner’s
old stand), ask of the public a continuance of their
patronage, at the same time promising that the bar
shall always be supplied with the best lager and the
largest mugs to be found in the city.
HEADQUARTERS OF THE PLACERVILLE
UNION BRASS BAND!
07- Music furniahod for Prorcaaionl, Balls, Ac
at reasonable rate,. Order, left at the Cellar wil
be promptly attenled to. (fcb91
KNICKERBOCKER SEGAR STAND.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO
FRESH FRUITS,
NUTS AND CANDIES.
THEundcrsigned haring pare haled the KI
fc.KltOCKI.lt 8TAND, {neat to the Carr 11
respectfully informs the public that they viU a
find there the best of cigar, and tobacco,
general assortment of Fresh Fruits, Nuts and
dies. M the eery lowest prfcren. —
JAMES L. WEYMOC
NOTICE.
THE copartnership heretofore existing tint
name of HERNANDEZ * ANSESSON
Book, SUtioncry and Newi Depot, hy mutiia
aent, Is tbta day dissolved,
R. 8. HERNANDEZ will collect all debts
and pay all demands against said firm.
R. 8. UERNANI
J. M. ANDER£(
The undersigned will bereafier carry on the
quire^tnythiDg'in' hia line. ® ,tlrona * e of aK wl
Plaotrvllle, March 20th, lSfiS*—liu HERS ANI
Its al atobrrttetmcnte
SUMMONS.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Coanlyaf *»«**•£■.
ss — In the District Court of the 11th Judicial
brought Hi the Dletrlet Court ofthe jUrr
enth Judicial District, and the complaint Bled In the
Couaty of El Dorado, In the office of the Clerk of
•aid District Oonrttrrsod U, ? n *L*nROROE
The People of the State of California, to OSOBOE
MCDONALD, alias ttEOROB RUSH, Defendant,
You" are hereby required to appear In an action
brought against you by Martha McDonald, alias
Martha Ruth, PUiotiff, in the District Court ®f Ihf
Eleventh Judicial Diatrlct, in and for tha County of
H UntadJ. r?
(exclusive of the day of eerrfee), atler’ r6r **<&-
on you of this suinmona—If served wthm this Coun
ty ;lf screed out of thia County, but wlJhtoHHa Ju
dicial District, within twenty days; or. If eerved ou
of said District, then within forty days—or judgment
by default will be taken against you.
'The said action is brought to obtain a decree d'-
-„a disaoiTing the bonds of matrimony
”w e" Jlng beTween.a.d Plaintiff and «id De
hndant, and that the wild Plaintiff hare the care
and sole control and custody of the ,hr 5*.
Children of Plaintiff and Defendant, nani<Jr.Um«i
el, Isabel I. and Morini; and that said * J*”
the right, title and note control and lotfroat lh ®** "j
for herself and children, to a certain-Piece or parcel
of laud, with all the buildings tnereon. situated in
El Dorado County. State aforesaid, an I claimed as a
homestead, described in complaint on file in Clerks
otOcv. r'"> f*il to appear and aomree the
complaint as abore required, the said PUintlff wlU
take judgment against you for said decree .and costa,
according to the prayer of said complaint.
Witness, lion. R. F. Myres. Judge of aald District
Court of the 11th Judicial District. _ .
—— Attest mr hand and the seal of ***•
J L, a ! In and fur said County of El Dorado, hereto
t ) affixed, at office in the City of Ptaceryllle,
this the fill day of March, A. D. IMS
THOMAS B. PATTEN, Clerk,
liras k Sloss, Atty’s for PPff. ranrTmS
SUMMONS.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA. —In the Justice’s Court.
Salmon Falla Township, in and for the County of
El Dorado.
The People of the Suie of California aend Greet
ing to A. P Gilbert:
You are hereby aummoned to .appear before me at
my office in the townahip of Salmon Falla, in the
County of K1 Dorado, on the 5th day of May. A. D
at lo o’clock A. M., to anawer unto the com
j.laint of C. Hi*, who sue* to recovrv $7* W l'"'.
account, a- per bill on file ; when judrment will be
taken against you for aald amount, together with
Co«t« and damages, if you fail to appear and answer.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of s*id County,
Greeting: Make legal service and due return hereof.
Given under try hand this 3»th day of January,
A. D. H. K. IIERRY,
td Justice of the Peace of said Townahip.
SOLE TRADER’S NOTICE.
DISTRICT COURT, 11th Judicial Diatrlct, In and
for tin County of El Dorado.
Notice is liereby given by the undersigned, to all
whom it may '.•onccrn, tb.it I, ?rs.\N E. IIAI IN,
wife of John llahn, residing in Fl Dorado County.
California, intend to apply to the Hon. District
Court in and for said County, on the 11th day of
May. A. D. ISM. at tlwr Court Room «d said Court, in
the City of Placerville. at the meeting of the Court
on said day. or so soon thereafter as said application
can be heard, for an order authorising and permit
ting me to carry on business in my own name and on
my own account; that ***d business so intended to
be carried on by me. ia that of Fruit-growing. Mine
making. Stock raising and general farming and the
matters pertaining to said branches of business the
same to l»e carried on in the Township of Colon.a, in
■aid County of K1 Dorado.
SUSAN E. HAHN.
Coloma, Cal., March 12th, 186*. td
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA. County of » Dorado.
—In the County Court in and for said County.
— At** Wresbner ts. His Crediiors.
In the matter of the Petition of Abe Wreahner, as
Insolvent Debtor.
Pursuant to an order on file herein, made by the
Hen. Jam •§ Johnson. Judge of the Court aforesaid, j
j notice is her*by given to all the Credit.-r« of said »n- :
solvent debtor, Abe Wreahner. to be and appear be- !
f >re the (’ -urt aforesaid, at the court oou«e of sa.d I
i county in the City »>f Placerville. on the 2>h d iy of i
Msy, A. D at the hour of lu o'clock A Al. -f
Mid day. to show rmj*e, j? any they tar. .why the
prayer of said insolvent debtor »h><uM not be grant
ed. and an alignment of his e«tate be made, and lie
be discharged from ht« d* Ms arid Labilities, in pur
nuance ofthe statute in such .*a«e made and provi
d*<1. And. in the meantime, it s ordered that ail
judicial proceed 11 gs against »aid insolvent debtor
be stayed.
. Witness my hand and the seal of said
] L. S { Court hereto affix*-!, at office in the (’tty of
' ’ Ptacervitte. t! is 2nd «Lr of Apr:. A D
l-oll. TIIOMAP I. PATTEN, Clerk. ,
lllanci.ard k Meredith, Att’js for PVr. Aw
CONSTABLES SALE.
BY virtue of an eXWwfmn to me directed, issued
oufof the Court of J«din F. Bremer. a Justice
of the P- -4 *e if. and f or the Town*lop of White <>ak.
County of E! Dorado ami State of California, cjm-'. s
judgment rendered therein on the 27ihday of March
\ l» in fav >r of klryat.: Brother* and against
II K’ftfs'»y, for the sum of one hundred and fifty,
five •'dl.Joo dt liars, debt, and twenty two dollai s.m»:a
of suit, together with accruing lists—I hav • le\ie.|
upon ar.d selfed and wi!’. t»po>e for sal* at puM.c
auction, to the highest bidder, at Clarksville, at the
Justice’s Office,
On the 18th Day of April,
A P. 1*43 at the hour of one o'clock P. >!., all the
right, t tie, interest and claim of the above named
defendant in and to the following described pr«»|*-r
ty, lying and being in the Township of White Oak,
County and State aforesaid, to wit :
AH the right, title and interest of H. Klnr*!*v in
the BOSTON COPPER AND SILVER LoDE, coin
rnencing on the south bank of Deer Creek and run
ning from that point, in a south-easterly direction,
(Sim of ground on said lode); all the right, title
and interest of 11. K*:ig*lej in the U0LDR1DGE
CLAIMS (Clipper and Silver Lode), con. men ring on
the north bank of Deer Creek and running from that
point, in a north-easterly direction, (ffitu feet of
ground); and all the right, title and interest of H
Kingsley in the MAMMOTH COPPER AND SILVER
LODE, commencing on the north tank of DverCree.
and running, in a north-westerly direction (3Uu feel
of Ground).
Given under my hand, this 27th dav of March, A.
D C 1IAYFORD,
U Constable in and for said Township.
CONSTABLE’S 8ALE.
BY virtue of an execution to me directed, issued
out of Justice Ed. F. Taylor’s Court, Cosumnes
Township, County of El Dorado, and State of Cali
fornia.upon a judgment rendered therein on the 24th
day of March, 1-63. in favor of Richard Ft. Turner
and against Ephraim Dann for the sum of two hun
dred and nineteen dollars, debt, and fifteen dollars,
costs of suit, together with accruing costs, I have
levied upon and will expose for sale, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, at the Village of Indian
Diggings, on
Saturday, the 18th Day of April,
\ at the hour of t o’clock. P. M., all the
right, title and interest of the said Ephraim Dann in
and to the following described property, lying and
being in the Township of Cosumnes, County and
State above named, to wit:
A certair Mining Claim, situated and being in
Indian Creek. Said claim commencing about twenty
ra* ea below the marble mill and runniug down said
ndian Creek one hundred and flftv feet, more or lets,
to the claim that is owned by L. Kell. Also, an un
divided interest in a mining claim that is situated in
Stud Horse Gulch—said interest being five-twelfths
of said claim—said raining claim commencing at or
near the mouth of said Gulch, and running up said
Gulch two hundred and seventy feet, more or less,
to the claim that is owned by Aldridge k Co.
Given under my hand this 26th day of March A. D.
G. W. SPALDING,
11 Constable.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
‘VJ' OTICE Is hereby given to all persons having
Xl claims against the Estate of .Antoine Lange,
Decea*ed, to present the some, accompanied by the
necessary vouchers, to the undersigned Administra
tor ol said Estate, at bit place of business in the
town of El Dorado, El Dorado County, California,
within ten months from the date of this notice, or
the same will be forever barred by law.
JOHN THEISEN,
Administrator of said Estate.
El Dorado, April 11th, 1^68.—1m
PROBATE NOTICE.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of El Doi
In the Probate Court in and for said Conn
In the matter of the Estate of ANTOINE L
Deceased.
All persons interested are hereby notified
and appear before the Court aforesaid, it
Court, at the Court room of aald County In tt
of Placerville, on Saturday, Uie Sod day <
next, at the hourof ten o’clock A. M., of aal
to then and there show cause,*ir any they cat
an order should not be granted authorising a
powering the Administrator of aald Estate tei
real estate of said deceased,
lly order of Court.
Witness my hand and seal of i
I L. a. j hereto affix»d, this 4tfc day of Anri
B. PATfEN, Ch
- ’ 1968.
aprlltd
THOU. „„
By Osnex Sunns, De
FERRY NOTICE,
NOTICE Is hereby given that I will make I
tion to the Hon. Board of Supervisor
Dorado County, for a license to keep a Ferry
Ron Bar, on the North Fork of the American
for the year commencing May 15th 16t8, at it
lar May term. SANFORD MIL
Oregon Bar, April lit, 1868.— aprlltd
flUsctUantott* tobwttoinf.
PlilEER mCB COMPART,
Mfli
3B8 B£5
FLACEBVILL*' TOfAPBAWW |m
TU
Diamond Spring* pPoradt, CtarktrilU ant
/Wmm i
CABBYIMO THB IT. S. MAILS
And W*Ua, )hrf» A 0*» MWI*
COACHES leave PUenrvHla dally la Uai* U e*a
nect with the care of the Sacramento Talk,
Railroad to Secnuaeoto. Retorting,
Leave Sblaon on the arrival of the i
from Sacratn.nl..
alaftrahr
Also, leave Placvrtllle dally for Tlrfjala CRv,Ha
Strawberry, Van Syekle%0eaea,teneaOty,iiver
City and Gold Hill.
a*. None bat gentlemanly and «
vera are employed.
Paaeengen re lettering their
caTlMt for to any part of tha dty.
wa ip
OFFICES—At the Cary Honan, aad at the Nevada
Hooae, Upper PUeervHle.
LOUIS McLAHR *
CO.,
Propeieteea.
TIIFO. F. TRACT, A get t.
Plar4rvllle, October 4th, INI.
Sacramento Valley Railroad and Sac
ramento, Placer and Benda S. &.
pROM WCRAMmO TO AtnCRR 0TATIOX
f IN TWO HOCKS.—Oo and After October ISO*
the passenger car* of the above -ad raeds wiB to
run as follow*;
cp nun
Will leave Sacramento at tjtf A. H. v 1 aad 4 P. «.
Lear* foisorn at 1)4 a. a., and 5)4 r. a.
Don nuns
Leave Auburn Station at 6 and 14)4 a. u.
Leave Foltom at T a. a., IS a., aad 5)4 p. a.
ON SUNDAY one train only. leaving Barraasaala
at 4 <4 a. a., and Auhorn Sutton at 19)4 a. a.
The f-S a. a. and 4 r. a. trains running Ihrsagh la
Anhurn Station.
Pa**enger* for PlaeervWe and Cam* Talley wM
tfeWr *ugr*. ar.d for Lincoln, change cars,at Felaa,
on thr arrival of thr 4)4 a. a. train, aad these hr
Auhurti Station retain their eeato.
Dutiable arrungrmtuU having been made lav the
reception of fre'ght at Auburn Station, it wflj here
after be received at Sacramento for that palal. Far
rata* of t*M apply at the office.
TICKET OFFICE, owoefte tha aara, aa
Front Direct, under the What Cheer Hoaee.
dcclA J. P. ROBIN40*. Sept.
NOTICE TO TEAOHXBS.
Tii r corvTT board op icxamihatioh ms
at Diamond Springe, an the lacend aad Pemffi
Saturday* ofeaeh m-.nth.at9 o’clock a. a.
All Teacher* ahould recollect that their rrrtidraii*
hold pood for one year oaly. freer their dato, aad
shor.ld be renewed by a re-CKftaatioa, at the ex
p.ration of that time. No Teacher can be Imply
employed, cr draw the public toads, aaa urttfluie
older than one year.
M. A. LTSM,
Sup’t Pubi c School* for B Derada Cmaty.
Diamond Spiring*, August 9th, 1991.—4f
Tulare J** q
Tuolumne - _H. ». Buber
Uiaihrtv drild
Toha. E- T. Wilkin* aad P. ffiagg
Commtjr Central Connlttso.
PlarerviUe
C'ofuranea
Mud Springs . .
Diamond eprings
White Oak
Salmon Fail*
Coloraa
Mountain
Georgetown
Greenwood
Big Bar
Lake Valley
Kelsey
U« S. TRaa, Ctelrwi
J.D. -
Ch.
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COURTS OP EL DORADO COCBTT,
niKTmrT corKT-Hn TV >im.JiiK a.
P»uca Clerk. Regular Til*aw -fawn* *e ‘ht aa*ea4
Moadayf nr Felmhary aa4 May, aad third w —fir* mg Amm*
and November.
COUNTY COURT—Hna. Jr me* JwhaMe. Jade*: Tt«M<n
P»tU;a. CWrk—hooU to regular Terms ua the lisiMaitr*
•f January, May andSeptember. «aaeey*
COURT OK Jta« Johaasa. r MifTi*
JoGeo. f. Stout aad Hiram Falk Autake JatMe.
»nd Tbomas B. P> urn. Clerk—held* it*’regal** Forme on the
•r*f Mcadmy* of March, July and November?
PROBATE COURT—Hob. Jam«* Juhaaaa •-* —
R. Puitru. Clerk—Sow* regular Ttraum tki* h**a
•reach month. *■* "*• avany
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS—«oe«Ut* mi Qmmtmm W *m»
W K. Riebsum .ud Z.
hold regular mca-uug* oa ih« *r»t MfHtduy of each ink
THE MAGIC TIME
Th# Perfection of M*eh*al*H.
BKTNG a Hnrrixo or Onor Facb. or Lam
Gdtlkmas'* Watch Oomrircd.
One of the prettiest, most —rtnlsit sai
dedly the best and cheapest timepiece far m
and reliable n*e, ever offered. It hat withla
connected with it# machinery, tu swa Miadh
techment, rendering a key entirely nnneeeaa
The cases of this Watch are composed of twe n
the outer one being flat 14 carat mu a fa
improved ruby pciion »»» rtal/aad b
ranted an accurate timepiece. Price amik
gravid, per ease of half a doaen, $994 STj
Matches, in neat morocco boxes.fortfame wm
to buy at wl„.|cale, |JB. aentby EvnreanTw!
payable on delivery. Soldkn aul — ■» y n
in advance, as we cannot collect from
army. Addreaa
HUBBARD BROS. A 00.,
feb7wS Cor.Naaan ud T
CART HOUSE
us-aniiM
mown.
BusBiAjr an am batrui
GALVANIC BATH* I
Iron, Sulphur and Medioatad I
Alio, HOT, COLD AND SHOWER RAVRil
II AIR.DRESSING AND BARBRRINO,By Um mm*
.killful artiata,
I
Mr Private Entrance for Ladiea tbraamh momnt
itory of tbc Cary Howe.
i. L. PRBBUR,
J. JAM1
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