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IK lLUI.OU.-It U difflcult fnnet when oulregr* against the rights ofriiisrns in the Department of the Ohio -ill pease. We hare had the arrest of Valla ndigham ; the antics of Gen. ilas ' II. ,h e establishment of dark lantern anti-free sptnch lodges, and the suppres- but. worst all. the public are compelled, at last. In witness The fulfilment of G.neral Burnsides ihreats against “Slate Legislatures and State Government*, " if they should pre sume to indulge in discuseion of which ire disapproees. Governor Yales, of in undertaking to prorogue the Legislature of that Stole for two T-ars. has imitated t ha example ol L»uis XIV of France, when be entered the French parliament in his bunting boots, with riding whip in hand, and told its mends-rs to go about their business. Cromwell’s dissolution of the Rump Pat liann nl of England, cannot be named as a parallel. It may Imee hern attempted as a babyish caricature of the first Na|s>l<-ou,with the diifeietice between a genius and a mountebank; h'tt we in cline to think it was, simply, the result ofa brutal conspiracy Is-lween the Illinois Esecutire and the military authorities with the assurance on the pari of the lat ter of lid to the form, r.—N. Y. Dai y Newt. ■* - Tux Slaves or Pkku'dice—Death Robbed or uta Phet. There are qu er propl.- in the world; people wtlli the ■u.*l absurd, tinreasonahle, and mdefen *ih|c prejudices. For example, we hare u.et with individuals who had a morbid antipathy to anything that was extoo sieelr ade»rtia*-d, no matter what inigtil l>e Its actual claims to the confidence of the public. These cceen.ric*looked with esp>cial di-tavor on ad«erti*r<l medicines. Tloy Could not see. for exatnpl.-, i ■ lb. H. llowat'b macuifici nt sy.st- m of ade. r tiding, covering, as It d.s-s, all the tiled i uoi* of puld.cily w inch ttie world alf.rrls', atit thing Imt a gigantic sch« tile of specolslioti. T< III-, lllt-y eollhl not gun nay the testimooy |soirt g in e|«oiia ni-ottsly fnuii ttie highestB one. s. in faeor of Ids ineouipataMe Pi I* at U Oinluo nl, Imt still tliey sins k the>r to a l> ami unit ti-red “ linmbug.'' Ol course, liters i no possibility id arguing witli men who won't reason. Tlie tie»l way is to 1.1 them alone Fortunately, such sperl tnt ns of stupidity are "few and far be tween" in lliisi idigbtrticd era. Tin-gen eral feting i-, ttial it a tiling is in itself eXC. Ueiii, it* virtues gtiouhl lot proclaim ed to the lour winds of heaven, fur the general benefit ..f miokinl. II nee, the proclamations mule by Dr. IIollowaV, through ttie • nlire i ew»,.a, er piessot ttie world, of the proptielies arid operation id liis re*mdi s, meets with the '-onii.il ap proval of thinking men. The table ol ttie prefiaralions as specifics or the Va rious internal and ixl*-inal complaints, peculiar to different rlimales. or mtninoii to t ic world at large, is conceileil. Hoi oidy by the masses, hut tiy governments, no II of science, alid candid oliservers in eve'V walk of life. Can sncti remedies t>e tisi w idely kn iwn f Impossible ! — [Cm. Dollar Columbian. Callixu Near*. —Now ami then «c pick up an exchange that denounces tlie Evening Journal, ns a *'copperhead," etc., sheet. Ol course we do not emu plain. It takes all kind of i eople to make a world of humanity, ami if a portion me no belter than a parcel of sei Seless hroh s, it is not our foud We sometime* mink it a wise dis|iei>satiou of providence that human as*es, i- capable of reasoning, ran be found among newspaper in n , lion who see no degredati.'ti in being eut U|mmi in equal with the in-gin. W. are thank ful that they reniixe ihetr true pndtiou in society, ami tInal tin ir faculties are an tor pid as not to und rsland the diff reins iietween sound argument and hla. k.'oard ism. The lat er low and eimleoiiititile trait, whii-li they continually practice, i« nothing Inn a liase imitation of the vulgar alang of Ahrahaoi Lincoln, ill ir ctilef; an<l no ilmilit their vile stuff is quite agreeable to Ids notions of decency, or the papers of which «« sp. ak would mu, day by dav, repeat the slang said I is very prevalent i" ami anoot tin- Presi dential mansion.- [S F. Evening Jouin I. -• «•«-»- — —— Gemkit Smith —HV m;«- that thU n<»i.» rioiiH util tliy.i.n AKoli'ionifal i« Hpcvchtk l«» •* L<*}*al L iijj'Hf-’' in Xf» Y**rk. Smith MNh tin* of tlie ultra ihnlitioni>t« ft>r IVr»i:lt*nf -ohm* f* » year* pioc«*. lit* lielttiig* tl»e lit »*i rahi<t fai'ihctl m* ami ha* i»r«*at’h- *1 treason |.tr the la-t tMet tv \ca»s Y«* he iimw rack* nt* a £>mm| IV ion tu n. in 4*ntnpanv m ith hi.* ah'»titi >ii e*» IiIhpcT*, Stirnn r, Pnil l »p*. Girti«»*ti. (I »rl»*v l Wct i ltpr. Tf»e% ah Mi|i|H-tt Die .\«l»ni •* i»trati<*n. ittit i t tli* it h :»i»s htaitte lit I ***ti*tituii' *n tiiitl a'*li**r t »e l' i *n. - [ Jnion lirnnH’tat. Thk B •*«nirii-r lllu*l at. s ii»«*i*a»il which nlentiii > the A<iiiut i«tvati 'it wiili the G«>vt rninent, hv • cl nii'if t«» aeon VciMiion. • I *«I|»|m»i*4\ (iten,* *o»i l our fiivriil. *\oii Miip|t*i9ed Mr. liin‘haio«n m hen l>e wan in nftiiv.* * N". I tliln’t,' Mti<I he; * • y• think I mm-iM n .ho t! jDifli an «mI trailer as he ?* * WVI1. Imt hi* a«lini'tifHtati**n «a* the G •vrrntnettl then, a* mmi rea**t»«.* 4 Alt, tin* ca e is ititfciviit,' «as all tins reply. Tbe cnii'lurl *.| the »»Mi. rs in tile »IU«*k on P >n Unison i*. im • « n*elv to tiie idviH ato *tf tit# livjtiii pi.lirjr. Ttie Tilhmie exults o*< r ttie statement that din jug the battle •• one IP gro was ob-prvrd with a rebel soil for in his grasp, tearing the ||. alt from tits far* with |.js teeth !" Ills Tekxs. — AJi lend of a soldier, who is suffering from a ampul that ,uay cause him to be a cripple- for lift-, the other day aaid to him — •* Well, Tom, do y on feel like going back inltt the at my, when you shall have recovered from the effects of your .woundT Tlir soltli. r thought a moment, and then replied — •• X* I, not oidess I could go back either as an officer or asa nigger.” -■ ■■ * ■ —- — Osx of our Eastern exchanges, front the Copperhead State of Ohio, has slight ly amended the term mi* so popular with the Abolition war shriekers—“ Ameri cana of African descent." He lias it ** Amerioans of African ’scent” We would respectfully submit the amend ment to our Abolition friends although, query, would it not as well apply to the Abolitionists as to tie ir collud hredren ? ~~ ■ ' Mbs Snuii Momottk* m ill ptaute accept oar thank* for tha basket of Urge and well flavored appUs she kind!; seat »* «-e Friday, Va era prepared to dispose of Urge quantities of each thing* now, at w* haven temperance deri who Uboon tbe “exuwcl” but U ligbtoiug on frail. Waabiog liaebiaa if you <raat to piaaaa the Udtea. No Orrosrrtos.—We an told by tba supporter* of tbo Administration that while the country la engaged in war,then roust be no opposition to tbe party in in power—no censure upon it—no criti cising it* acta. Under thia theory, there* (ore, all that is necessary for an Adminis tration tu he in power perpetually is, to keep the country continually in war.— Tlie doctrine is infamous, slavish and ea errahle, and is not adopted seen in mon aichiral governments. S/mtclak Fact.—It is a singular (act that those roost clamorous for tbe war are the last to volunteer. The same fellows sym|iathised deeply with a foreign power which had trampled upon our flag, when our rountry was engaged in a war with it. Lincoln thrn “ opposed the Govern ment," and lustily cheered Corwin’s sen timent, that the Mesh-ami should “ wel come with bloody hands to hospitable graves" the soldiers of our country. To show how highly be appreciated th»K«- tinient, he appointed the author of it, soon after h s inauguration. Minister to Mexico. Tliis is Ahoiition patriotism I Pfktiss.it Qcsstiom.— Whence comes this mysterious *• war power," inquires the Nr* York Argus, of which penpl* speak mi vaguelvf Front the Constitution! Then, of course, it is subordinate to the Constitution. " The servant is not great r than the m niter." If we have no constitu tion in war times, we have nothing which that Constitution makes. Tbe creator makes the creature. Rsid 'he advernaemenls. Special anti Central Notices. The Nodical a»4 l«r|lcalUctlU(c of Dr. L. J. SAIKAT is already secured in a po •ition which place* it. aa walla# it* proprietor far above the assault* of envy and professional malice In the school# of Kranee. the highe-t pr i.-t are often awarded to praetitnmert In this department of Vledieal science, aod they occupy with others, an equally lofty poeitioo In the profession. Kic »rd is au illustrious esample, a shining light nurnng the philosophical stars of his aft in Kuippe, and Dr. Csaptay hss fully equalled him in this aounlry. as aptuofof which, the Philadelphia relief* of llrdi. ne complimented him with a diploma, and., the honorary >td snn »em defree. . 8* rc inn this as hi# fir d of aperation, although qualified as a fraduate 4 the t*aiver»ity of I'esth, and late Chief .SurfMm of the Hunfarian Revolutionary army, for more ettended labors. Dr. L. J. Ctapkay has bent his ear eat attention to the cure of chron ic disrates, t« which he has become so freat and expert that he is now refarded as the Leader in thi« branch of his • rofessinn throne bout the L’ri ted States, and hia portrait and btactxpby » r « published as matter of interest to their readers in the mat exclusive journals The Doctor’s offices are at hi« Medical and* Surgical InatituU. on Sac ramento street, corner of l.eidsdorff, nearly oppo sitr the buildings of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. £T Hi the particular attention of our reader* to the sworn certificates of remarkable cures, in souther column of this paper. The Phyalelam Is sften blamsd for want of success in his treatment, when the disappoint ment in the recovery of the sick is to be traced to the administering uipure medicine* Robert While apothecary. Is paying particular attention to the compounding physicians’ prescriptions and family recipe* fium medicines of undoubted nuritjr Robert White. Medical Hall, Is appointed afect (or mos' '•f the genuine Patent Medicines. H El M 8TRE1*T*S maiTiKLC IAIR RCimATITC. IT rs SOT A DYE. But restores gray hair to its original ooior, by sup plying thr capillary tubes w ith natural sustenance, impaired by age or disease. All ind/efc/sesu dys* are composed of lumir t nu*tu , destroying the vitality and brauty of the hair, and afford them selves no dressing. Ilrimstrret’e inimitable i»ol only-respires hair to it* natural color by an easy rrueru, but gives the hair a LUXURIANT BEAUfY, promotes its grow tb. prevent* its falling off. erad irate* dandruff, and imparts health and pleasant ness to the brad. It has stood the test of time, bring the original Hair Coloring, and is constant ly iurrra»iug in favor. Cscd by both gentlemen and lad'e*. It ta mid by a I reap «table dealer*, or rau be procured by thrm of l>. 8. ItAXM*, l*ropri eto . New York. IIu»tkttsx. Smith A Dias. Agents, San Fraurisco. Two site*. 10 cents and »l. ljuJ>4 Ctjurdjrs-CljaritalJlr ©rters. Pretrstaat Eplaespal Chstreh.— HI. t' MO 11,1.k. t/iei..« n.rvu-at i hr Court I lunar tvrt tfuod.i.v imirmiif a' I »jf oViHekAinss.v School at ship place, at 1 jg o’-lock. r n. LoLOM %—sSrreice oi> ihr Ar»t ami ih.nl Sondvy evnni.g-.ol the month, r 7 o’cf.ick Kl. In Mi AI Ml—fir r rices on the vcond vii-l lounh Sunday eer -lnga of the uionth. at eeven o’--li-ck Dl \MONl» SPRINGS—Service on the sec ond and fourth Suodays of each month. at 4 o’clock r a C. PEIRCE, Minister. Residence, Cary House Placervllle. jttt Catholic Church.—Row* J. Largan will officiate in Georgetown on every first Sunday of thr mouth ; also, inColoma Church on the third Sunday. Divinr service commences at 10 a. m. Vespers, in St. Patrick’s Church P arerville, on every Sunday evening, at a quarter past 7. jyf7 A Palmyra La4|r, !Vw. 151, W. dfc A. M. hold • rnfuhr turning* «m Tu**d : *F night* neat prm* tine »he full moon of mch n.onth, in (hr new llall. Up|H>r l*!;i<*ervtlle. AH brethren In good land ing are Invited to attend CIIARI.I* D. HAND?, V. M. J. McKtSLtr, Secretary. Naionlr Motl0«.-9Ut«4 M««(la|a of M l>**ra«lo Idorige. No. 5fA, are held at Maaouic llall, on the Mondty of or neat preceding the Pull Moon in each month. PRPDPRirE P. BARM, W. M. jAMtana II. GltvraAM, Secretary NaaaalcewIMrra IVtrada Cauacll, No. 40, of Boral and *oltel Mmter*, hold* elated alerting* on (he evening of the Ar*. Tuesday of each mouth, in Maaouir Hall. PlarrrriUr. ISAAC 8. TITl’S, T. I. M. Jamii L. Witmoctu. Kveorder. Kf Raioale* — SC* Jana a a Royal Arch Chapter, No. IS. Iiolda lu regular meetings In Ma in uic llall, no the eyenlng of the flrat Wedneeday of each mouth. All Companioni In good atandiog will be cordially welcomed. WILLIAM A. JAMJAR?, M. B. B. P. 1.8. Tiros, Secretary. m Sal a I,<»a,arat, I. O follow O. W., u. in Odd fallow.’ Hall, on th» nrnfnn of a*. Ion of tw .oe.io.1 mod fourth Tnr.d.r. of osoJl Month— r.lri.rcb. ora cordially tori tod to at* ftttOMl. . G- *. WOWI.KT Wh. Eicuileoth, SoriW. ,,C.. f. Jaoti tlullor Lod|o, lo. m, ■>'. ‘ “ L Q.O.F.- a. t O. O. r., mu c-rery 8* urd. r Kralu, Odd r.tkiw.- Holt. a* It 007 Nat. Harorrlllo. dll Brutbon la food ataadla, ora fraiornallT Inched to „ _ _ t,twAi s fa U. - — a. a. “ Porm ar» Surmr."-Pop«y and alarery art Insultingly placed upon a kr ai by the leaden and organa of the Ad ministration partv—by the party that aanctioned the robbing of coneenta and burning of ctiurchea. Often haa the aame party boasted that an soon aa it had-put down slavery it would ootnmence A war fare, a vindictive and mere ilea* warfare, against the Catholic religion. The fellow ing, which we take from tha New Turk Times, apeak* for itself, and we respect -fha altention of fair-minded Prot*-starrla and our Catholic friende toils malignity: “ Like Popery, alaeery ia incompatible with the spirit of the age, or, in other word*, with liberty sad civilisation; their t-mgreaa ia at an end, and Fate, or Provi dence, so me to have doonn d them to speedy destruction, by the folly of their devotees." flfrocrries, Liquor*. Etc, L. B. RICHARDSON * CO., (IncitMon toOEO. P. JONES,) BBALU* IB Grooeriss, Provisions. Liquors, Crookary, Hirdwin, «to.. At the Old BL.d, Slow or " No. 9 " DOrtm promptly .tended to, .nd food, do- Uverod tin of akaryv. tit L. B. BICUABOBOM ft CO. cAXPHzn, imurnro nun), OIL. alcohol, xto.. Iwlfed weekly from the Original Pacific Oil and Otmphini Works. Iff •» Nrkifr Wirriutrd full Mra«nre, FOB BALM AT LOWEST PBICB8 STtf *M«. ft. W. ML DONAHUE, ■ vanLraaLi nuut IP rOBHION AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS, OPPOSITE TUB TlltATR*. MAIN 8TBEXT, PLAOBBVILXJB. IJnly uj PIONEER STAGE COMPANY, FROM PLACEBVILLX TO BACBAMSNTO! VIA Diamond Spring*, E> I'ornrto, Clarktvi D and Polorm ! CARRYING THE U. 8. MAILS And Wslls, Fargo t Co’s Kzprsss. COACHES leave Placervill*- daily in time to ccn nrrf Rl»h the cars of the Sacramento Valley Railroad to Secramento. lemming, Leave FOl« m on the arrival of the morning train from Sacramento. Also, leave Plarenille daily for Virginia Cite, via Strawberry. Van Svckle's, Genoa. Carson City,Silver City an*' 0«dd Hill. e% Hone hot g •ntl'-roaoly acd experienced dr I vers are employed. e% P.i«sengrra registering their names will be called for in any part of the city. OFFICE.’*—at the Cary llouaa, and at the Nevada House, Upper PUcervilla LOUIS HcLANE * CO.. Proprietors. THFO. F. TRACT. Ageit. Placervills, Oclobei 4th, IMi. Sacramento Valley Bailroad and Pac ramento, Placer and Verada R. R. From DACR tMRNTO TO AUIICRN RTATION IN TWO MOCKS —O., and afl. r Oclnhrr I.VI. 'be pa«*rng- cars of the above nanud road* v.U b« run a* talk* w»; PP mil Will leave Sacramento at ()( i.n.,1 and 4 V. u. Leave Folsom at Tjf a. m.. ;.nd 5# p m. DowW TEA IIS Leave tuhurn Station at 4 and 10Jf a. n. 1-eaVr- Kol.oni at 7 A M.. IS M , and fl# P. H. ON MJNUAV one only, leaving Sacramento at 4>4 a. M . and Auburn Station at a.m. The »)( *. a and 4 P- M. train* running through to Auburn Nation. Passengers tar Placervllle and Caron Talley will take stage*, a d f*-r Lincoln. change car*, a' Folsom on the amval of the 4jf a m train, and th«#e for Auburn Station retain fl * r «eats. Suitable arrangement* t aviug been made for the reception of freight at Auburn Station, it will her— fter he received at acraos- ,*<> for bat point. For rata* t l» .pptyat th- . Bee. c TTCX8T OF S*ICB, opposite the car*, on Fr -nt street, under the What Cheer Hnu*e declS J. P. ROBINSON, 8up’t. A. H. REID'S LIVERY ARD FEED STABLE, Id th. r»«r of the Old Roaad Trat, MAIN STREET. PLACEBVILLE. THK Undersigned would re*|»ecf tally Inform the public that they can at all ti n** obtain .it his est.iMinhuient the B /ery best of driving teams and saddle n* lowest rate*. iST Horae* noardrd by the day, week, or month, at. the .uo»t reasonable erms. A. H RFID NOTICE TO TUB SCHOOL TRUS TEES OF EL DOrtADO COUNTY. B v . ■ h r. ? r : •visions of the a-rh »ol law. approved April 4i h, IMS. you are repaired to call a inert* lug uf the qualified voter* in your re*| active die* trtcu. on the Ural Saturday to August, tar the pur pose wf elect in* tb.ee Public School Trust#. *. to aei ve one. two, and three yeara respectivrl>; such term to be decided by lot. in the presence of tha Chairman of said aieetli g Fa d Trustee# thus elected are auth rimed to ad* minister to each other the -ath of uO e; and th-y must forward tlirir certificate# o' election, from tha [ clerk o> said meeting. wMi their oath of office en dorsed thereon, to th.* County i*u|»erinfebdent.— Held Trustees must enter upon their duties on tha lr t S auid iy September neat. Trustees now In ofler are required to appoint a School Census Marshal, and Ale a copy of hi* ap pniotment with the County Superintendent, and through said Marshal, to take the sp aiflr census, ! according to sect ion 88, approerd ataltMea, and | make returns nt the same by the 14 of August nest, i For tart her particular*, trustee# are referred to section ft Sohool Law, and particularly to tha blanks, copies of which have been forwarded to each district in tha County. M. A. LTNDK, County Bnperin'endeot or Public Instruction. July Stb, IMS -id gold springs keystone MIN IRQ COMPANY. N” OTTCR Id hmrwby glow that tulhtr Dwm.pt _ (('ll) of iwcptjr (» I craw nr .liprc oo th. ■lark ..f the CM flpr*o|D RrJWoo. M Wine Com poo/, bu bra It Tied by tb* Braid of Timm, and It n..« dut and rayabl. at ID. odte. at lb. Company. UDDtndo. All puraia.pW at >»td at tb. «lpt ratfaHi of Irar wy.bi brat (be data torraf. »U1 to ttou hU paraaaut ta tb. k,din of tto Company. By ordoraf tto tndia. TllOd J. OEGOW. IkI. B Dtn*.,M>BMI* III All •MSWI notion. IBMCBTBO U A CUACB. €1)8*. B. Brttlt’s Column. Dry Gdodo and Clothing. OHAS. B. PETTIT, STAPLE AND FANCY CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, MATTI5IGS, nss asb ooAias Boots, Shoes, Hats, Capa, GLOVES AND HOSIEBT. WHITE GOODS, LACES, BMBBOIDEBIX8, Furnishing and Trimming Goods, 100 S-WMXT BLOCK, a MAIN 8TREBT. PLACERV1LLS. INVITES the attention of purchasers to hU Urea aoU complete assortment, which bo la selling at THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES! Hit stock has bran carefully selected from Aral class Importing Houses, and be la ronldcnt he can please all who favor him with their patri aaga. NEW GOODS! TUB nndcnlKQvd hi, Jaat retired 1 aplandld •lack of 8PBING AND 8 UK MX B DRESS GOODS t Of tba late* ttjrlei and mod beautiful pattern,, anuiprMsg Blob Plan and Tuner Silks Cbaoked sod Striped Poplin* i Figured and Plaid Challltt; French Marino, ; French Stripe and Check Mohair*; Empr***, Oriaell* and Mozambique Cloth; English and French Bap Good*; Bishop and Victoria Lawns; India and Bwias Kostina; Chamb.-iya; Jooons.s; Bangs*; Gingnama; Traveling-dress Goods, sto., etc., U*hk‘h lb. Udloa ora reapacifull, loritad ta call and tSitutlue. s*« HU prices will always be as low as those of any dealer m the State. CJIA9. B. PETTIT. HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS! A large and well-selected stock of Oarpwtinga; 0.1-Cloth■ ; Mattings ; Curtain Damasks; Shade Hollands ; L»- a and Muslin Curta.ns ; Table-Linen ; Toweling ; Napk ns ; Marne lies Quilts ; California Blankets Sheetings ; Tickings, etc., etc., rorsale, VERY LOW,l>; C11A9. B PETTIT. LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S BOOTS AND SHOES! A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT, by far the large* ami b, «i in the City, from the moa celebrated inaiiufacturrre In New Yor and Philadelphia, all of the newest •tylen and bent Workmanship. For tale at tb« MOST ATTRACTIVE PRICES, by Clf AS. B. PETTIT. PARTICULAR ATTENTION la Invited to my large and varied stock of french, English end American PRINTS! DRCLABCD BY THE he the beat and ".0*1 beautiful aaaoriuteut ever brought to Placervilte. Fricea very near wholesale eo t. Clf AS. B. PETTJT. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Fine and Cheap Clothing! BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ENGLISH HOSIERY, — AND — FURNISHING GOODS. OF EVERY DMCRIPTION. always on hanJ and 'or sale aa LOW aa by Any Dealer in Califorria! CIIAS B. PETTIT. JUST RECEIVED ! A LARGE INVOICE OF Fine Blaok Frock Coat.:; F.nj Doeskin Paata; Fine Silk and Velvet Vets; F ue Soft Hat .; Stiaw Dais ; Be.keri’s Bools; Dave At Jones’ Shirts; Travel ng 8 arts ; Jumpers; Overalls; In I an Tanned Buck Oloves; Soft Driving Gloves, etc., etc,. Ai d for sals, VERY LjW, by CI1A8. B. PETTIT. LADIE3 AND GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS! Dadies and Misses’ Trimmed Hats; Bonnet and Trimming Bibbons; Velvet Biobons; Laces; Edgings; Embroideries, Insertions, Parasols, Sun-Shades, Umbrellas, Hosiery. Kid Oloves and Oauntlets, Fancy and Trimming Goods in Great Variety, The meet we|ilftc a reortmenl ever brought to this City, for sale at BAN KR t.NCIoCO PRICES, by CIIAS. B. PETTIT. GOODS AT COST! I a R ALL continue to ret I ng alt the old stork * DRY GOOIlS. CLOTHING. BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, etc., purchased of the creditors or II. A. CsprlD A Co . SI SAN FRANCISCO COST. Bargains csu be secured by onUlof early. CRAB. B. PETTIT. OBDEBS FROM Tilt COUNTRY will reetivt prompt at *■ niton, at laa sum# iow prices aa ii inwar wets prasset. RBNllUtlR The Old Stand of H. A Oagvin A Oo. IBON FBONT BUILDING, MAIN STREET. PLACBRYIUJ. cut r Finn Books, Stationers, Etc. STILL ON HAND! w u. MiMilf. nun mount** W. X. BRADSHAW * CO., — MALM Of — BOOKS, STATIONERY, CIGABS. TOBACCO, FIFES, FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES, Turin vonoii, sto.. PMtaScc Stock, Main Street, # i PLAOBBVXLLB, WOULD lake tftia opp<"t#*D? it HMKk, to their frlmda and the poWlc la general, that th«J hare just received, and art offering AT THS LOWEST PBICX81 A flSB ASSORTMENT OV STANDARD BOOKS! Canal etin| of the moat popular work* of PBOSB AKD POETBT, SCIENCE, HOMANCB, AND SCHOOL BOOKS, Toftthtr with a full tupply of SELECT STATIONXBT. W. M. SRAPiHAW A C 3. P A P E R S I A ORIENT variety of Writing and Latter Paper, •nimble fur The B Okie ass Han. The Lawyer, The Lover Or " Any Other Hen.” W. U. BRADSHAW A CO. CIRCULATING LIBRARY ! WE hare % choice aeiectlon ol LIGHT READING MATTKK. will, h ran b. had ..n very favorable trrina, au aa to make it an loduccmanl lor tbotc KON0 or READING to OIVE US A CALL! W. U. BRADSHAW A CO. CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES IN thia brant h of our buaioeas, we hart taken especial care lo select THE BEST QUALITY — or BOTH CIGARS AND TOBACCO! So that the lovers of M Tbe Weed” can be suited with a GOOD C.OaB, or If the.* prefer it, Excellent SMOKING TOBACCO! And to accommodate those that prefer them, we have . GREAT VARIETY OF Wl'W, such as Mourachaum. Turktah, German, Etc. Al for our | CHEWING TOBACCO! One trial will V ,ittt.-lrnt to «ati§fj but ooc that we hare Tilt AIU'ICLA UE WANT*. W. U. BRADSHAW * CO. CVTLEBT! Knives, bazors, scissors, and other article* will be fouud, of excellent quali t j. Our assortment of PEN AND POCKET KNIVES Will be found peculiarly cutting. W. M. BRADSHAW k CO. YANKEE NOTIONS TTNDMI this denomination, purchasers mutt cull and see for themselves. as time and space will Dot permit us to enumerate Id full our LARUE and VARIED ASSORTMENT! Rut we may say. In short, that an inspection will satisfy almost any one. that what is lacki g on our shelves will be hard to flud in towu. W. M. BRADSHAW A CO. CANDIES, FRI'ITS, NUTS ! Till TEMPERATE AND TORRID ZONES have houutlinl y contrll uted to give us a full supply of goo articles in this line, to which we invite the attention of those wishing something g. od to eat for themselves, or to ran y home to the clnldreu, or “any other roan,'* or eveu woman kind. NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES! READER, do yog take A Mayasine or Nawsp.iper? IF you do m<i. coot. In ogr durr and examine for yourself, ond suoset .be for u good Newspaper 01 M.guaiu*. Wu hums eeeerai different kind, FOR THE LADIES! To which we Inrlt, their special attention, if they wish to be in receipt of I ha LATEST FASHIONS. W. M. BRADSHAW * CO. FINALLY t WE lortta tha attention of the cltiaens of tbia City aad etetalty, to oar EXTENSIVE STOCK! We are determined that, ee to quality and prlmm one aball go sway dlaaatisSod. W. shall keep SOM BUT GOOD aRTi.TT.ES i $ op alar flatrnt fSrtirine* ROBERT WHITE, 9 DBTTOOXST AND OHBMX8T, 9 (Mall M.,Hw i Hll. —* Offar Hiaim.) DKALCK IN ITIMTHW8 eonnarfrd vhla 1% . which k« Mtb at Monaaira Paica. The UPPRR TOWN OTOU win b* waU uppUad with a roiupLW aaaartaMDt at PAINTS, OILS, VABWISHES. BBUSHES, WINDOW OZiASS, PUTTY, TURPENTINE. ALCOHOL, p* trtrj article mid at either aatahllahmant will ba (naraacaad •> «*aa beat quality. aiayll MINERS’ DRUG STORE l R. J. VAN VOORHIES ft CO., I Dii'croai-isTs — aid — APOTHEC ABIES, MAIN STRICT, PI.ACERVII.LC, wsolculc AID IfTAU. utuiu II prae drugs, medicines, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS, VABNISHES, WINDOW GLASS, GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES. Fanoy Gooda, Toilet Articles, Etc, EW* Prescriptions Compounded. ai ALL ORDERS aent to our care will receive prompt atiautioo. IT Remember the direction, R. J. VAN VOORHIES & Co. (SUCCESSORS TO PETTIT ft CHOATE.) 87 MINERS’ DRUG STORE. 8a MAYORS OF THE GREAT CITIES. W- the undersigned MaTor- here* by certify thMf the bruggistt, Apoth eciries and Physicians, of our st-Ye* ral cHlei, have signed a document of assurance to u«. that the rente* die* of Dr J. C. Ayer A Co. of l.ow ell, ( Ay kb's SaMAPtxiu.A. Pilis. AOCS ( IKK Mild I'RRHKT PBTOR4I..) have been found to be medicines oi (reu f excellence and worthy of the Confidence of the commonly : 1J. F. Teschenmker M .yor of San FruneUco E S. Holden Mayor of Stmktnu C. II. Swift Mayor of Sacra men n James Cook...Mayor of Uvrll Mum A. II. Bullock...Mayor of Worcester, Mass Kath. 8illfcbee...May»r of Palem “ F. \V. Lincoln...Mayor of Boston 44 William Nyc...Mayor of New Bed ford, Muss J. C. B’alsdeP...Mayor of Pall Riser AiYiti Ht-ard Mayor of Nashua, N. II E W. Harrington Mayor of Manchester. N II John Abbott Mayor o' Concord, N. II Wni M Roilman M.iY'-r of Pmvid« nee, U I Win. II Cranston M .yor of NeW| o- 1. R I Amo* W. Prentice Mat or of Norwich, Ct J. N Harris Mayor of New London Ct l». F. Tiemunn Mayor of New York R M, Bi-h'»p Mayor of CineintiNH. Ohio S. H. Crawford Mayor of latulavllle Ky Chas.8 Rodier ...Mayor of Montreal, C K II. McKInufry - Mayor of Hamilton. C. W Adam Wilson Mayor ol Toronto,C W James W. North Mayor of Augus'a, Me llenrY Coopei, Jr Mat or of Hallow* 11.I.e J 8 heck Mayor of Prcd* rb ktnn. N U John Sloan Mayor of Lynns. I wh Jno. Iloilsrden Mayor «f Dubuque. I<iwa Prnl Stahl Mayor of (ialena. Ill J I l.ynd**s Major of Ka Cro-s WIs Sr Don Anfonio Kcheverla...Mayor of lluvunu. Cuba The mayors of the chief cities of the United States. Canada* and British Provinces, Chill, Peru, Until, Mexico, and In fact of almn-t nil the cities on tld« continent have sign* d this document to a«- aure their neoph* what remedies they may u«e with •af »y and cnnfl lence. But our apnee here will not admit any considerable portion of them, and Wc only publish tho«e In thl* more immediate vlcinitv. A ver’n S irs iparilla. Cherry Pectoral, Ayer’s ' ill *"d Ayer’s Ague Cure, prepared by Dr J. C. AYER ft CO . I,..w. II. . a oil old by R White, R 4. Van Voorhies A Co. and Eugene Be< kmann, PIscervHlc. P W Cunningham. 0e» rgetown ; M D. Hindman. El Dorado ; R. II. McDonald ft Co .Sacramento; Crane ft Bingham, Sun Fruuruco, and all dealers In mcdlclat. Jumfi J. J. CULLEN, Watchmaker and Jeweler ( NT T UK OLD MTAKD OF J W 8KFLRT.) ON THE PLAZA, PLACERVILLF J. J. CULLKN having taken the .old rtand of Mr f*KEI,KY. on \’n*? | Plain. (adjoining O’hoiuurirn Tina* ter.) rerpectfully announces to tin public that he U prepared to repair or regulate Watches and MANUFACTURE JEWELRY! Of every description, at short notice, and In the ; best sty.e. Diamond Work. Enameling, Chasirg. ENGRAVING. fG.AL < UTIING. MK-HNKJNO an.I niLhIN'H and MLVKKING tlone iu the best <lylv ol the art and a' the shorten notice. *** Work t’ane promptly and delivered at the lime upeciflied. Mr CULLEN is agent for the sale of the BAY STATE SEWING MACHINE! The simplest, cheapest and best Sewing Machiue now lu use. ALSO, GI XMMITHIXG, In general This department will be under the -npervis ion or FR A Af?dL BECKEART, Tor nierly of Oloma. All jobs done promptly and at reasonable prices. may*2 Carpenter, Cabinet-Maker JKD l\DLRTAKER! A. TEDDER, L'xdkrtakka. Keeps cnustan'ly on hand and makes to order all sixes of COKK1NH Will ulo furnish Pun- • rals with Hearse. Carriages, etc. Graven <|ttg— and everythin* requisite for funerals furnished at the shorten notice, aud on the most reasonable terms g VRHDKK also manufactures and keeps always on hand all kinds and sizes of Window Sash, Doors, Blind., Bedsteads Tables, Kitchen Safes, Wardrobes, Or any artirle in Furniture, Carpenter nr L'ndertnk er’s department— all of which he warrants to be made of the best material* and workmanship. Manufactory and Wareroom. next door above the Soda Kaclory. above Stony Point, Main street, Pla ccrville. juueld-am c< ; - o Ex-City Sexton.—Undertaker. hJOHN ROY, & DBALKIt IU AMD MAMPFACTUBKIt Of j If I Furniture, Matressea, Bedding, etc., Which he keeps constantly on hand, or manufac tures to order, at short notice on ! on reasonable terms. Upholstering neatly executed. or* JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. OOLOMA STREET, Next door to tha Office of the Democrat. Bn» Placarville COPARTNER SHIP NOTICE. L. FIGUERA la admitted a partner in my bust near from this dur. All person* Indebted to me w‘|| plra-e pay the same to Mm.— Thtnkful fur the liberal patronage extended to roe. I respectful? soiled a continuance o' »h«* -am** to the new firm C. L. CR15MAN. PUcerville, July ib. IMS HAIR, «OM, PULU, AMD FOLD XATTaaSSKB, Cnn«U'.H.» Ml hand. FPSISO MJTTBEBSEP, 4Bd faroitar. f.n.rally r*fwlrrd O. U CRUM A* *00 N. r-ipoli for t%s Ultt. afoot B.wto, Ms. Iriyll jfttecelUntrn* daskaWaT WASHING MAOfiDRn r* *olr prtotte*! WitMnf lo tbr puWl.v Hi f Will' Ihr flnrtt lloen lo th* coannt out Injury All whw l.«w lh«m the lobar rnrlu* uniol Mountoctutod bjr N J- l*»i pl.cfrrllle. Alto, CLOTHS! rlnut lilrt far wls THE HEW EHOLAXD FAMILT SEWING MACS2SS, Outgti N**dle», Cl*r, B«wr-MlWt Clamp, Maohina -Oil ud Printed Directional FOR 023B OO ( THl MIW ENGLAND Family Sewing Machine Mw* Inn drrltrod, frf »U oho haw* workrd oa It, oquol to *n, Sowing *Udiiu« crer oOtrod to tka public. It la CHEAP, COMPACT, SIMPLW AND DURABLEI And it ii warranted to do EVERY KIND of ftnflf Pewing, on Silk, Linen, Woolen or Cotton Goods. It uses any slfed thread from the spool; an/ IM on understand and work it with ease. Fall Instruotions Oim — AMD — EVERY MACHHfB W ARRAU TED ft KEPT IH ORDER FREE OF cnARQEl By permission, the ander-lgned re«peetAilly rtfkwt to rite following Indian who hare purchased and flow h.-tre the Machine* In use. STEWART k SHEAR, General Agent* for the Pacific coast, No. 8 Montgomery at., San Pranctocw. IV. J. PARSONS, Agent for H Dorado County, PUccrrtife. REFERENCES. Mra. T. Wile* * PUcerrlllo. “ J.-imee Johnson ** “ W. M. Donahue M “ C 'I. Vosburg *• •» A It. Shore * •• Geo. Oillla •* “ Anne Aid.rson ** “ Janie* Dunbar ** “ Wm. Krahner Krahner's Ranch. ** J. W. Jackson El Dorado. Th!« I* to reiilfv that the urdershrned hare flood the New F.nghmd Family P.wing Marhlnt fr*r ooo year with entire satisfaction, and prefer It to any other 8. wing Machine In use We hare work*d It 1 rn*.<taiitly during the Tenr whhout Its getting out of order. We heaitily recommend I* to the nubile. AGNES PR A LEY, WM. 8EALKY. Placerrillc, May 9d, 1%C8. may9..it W. BAHT HAITI, DEAL, It IX DOORS, WINDOWS B L I N D S I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! At Ban Francisco Price* and Freight. A'.o, ell kinds of SUGAR PINE AND COMMON LUMBERI T. AND Q. FL' ORINO, DRESSED LUMBER. Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Etc* Main Street. Placerville. 0T All orders promptly nml faithfully attended gO. flrptSTyl w. L. MAHPIiB, HOUSE. SION AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, Glazier and Paper-Hanger. CARMACKS. Banner*. Kings.Transparencies Kc-' gal Isa fcc.. Painted st pi icf» to null the times. wnixm guns. Just Received and for Sale, CHEAP FOR CASH, 10,000 Feel ©1Window Gluts,* AUsizes, from 8x10 to 80x40. AUo,PUTTY, and af kinds of PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Smalts. Turpentine, Brushes, Gilt Moulding. Gold' Leaf. Bronte, 4»*. IW Orders from \he country, for work or ni terial,promptly attended to. W. L. MARPVB. julyi Main at., near Stony Point, Placer vllle. A. A. VAN VOORIIIES, WHOLlKaLK 4XU RKT All. KKALKK IK ALL IIKD.O. SADDLES, HARNESS, Bridles. Whips. Spurs. Ltfffrin*. . Brushes, Com tin. Collars, Sin idles. Horae Sheets and Clunk et«, etc. Together with a .urge and complete aaaorti ••if LEATHER, CALF-8K1RB, BHOS FINDINGS, SHOEMAKERS’ KITS. Leathei Presereatlee.Ac., Ac., all or which I. ofntt atBiacraraeuto Price*. New Iron Fire-Proof Block. junel8] Main street, I'lacerville. [tea S. SILBEKSTEIN, DEALER IN SEGABS AND TOBACCO* CUTLERY, YANKEE NOTIONS. TOYS. FRUITS, NUTS* Candies, etc., eto., Main .treel, oppoiite the Car* Hoc.., mai 16] FLACKEV1LLE. to) S. HARRIS, Comer oj i lain Stint and tht riata, riaciiTiiLi, wholesale and retail dealer in Havana Cigar., Tobacco, Boohs, ats.' •loner*. Cutler*, Playing C.rii, Yankee Notion., Prnlli, Greet* and Dried, Nut. and Candles* AT SAX FRANCISCO MICU. Alan. recrl, e* h.v eeery Sir.nrrr the lateit Atlaatf. ,iid Euri>l>eiin II •y.'lw. mid Periodk c«l«.and nil iitt wEKKl.v CALD'OBMa NtWi»W, PICKS and MAGAZINE?. Jalfi PLAZA BOOK STOfltK, PLICEITIUI, Ha. Jnit rrceleed a i,4codid nnnrfeal ef Standard and Xiicellaiuona STATIONER*. SCHOOL oirr WOU, Far OCITAXS. A MMAZ ST St WO*, Selected expressly for the °~netrj Tula it grentijr reduced rates. Abt, •Siiff Dabm, Alta Idrrar.sta. HNWHPAPXR8 AND dept canataatl* ea head, aad nM Wr* a. a.