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The mountain Democrat. [volume] (Placerville, El Dorado County, Calif.) 1863-1943, August 22, 1863, Image 4

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From *• Uc«a Oaaaty <OUa> Ouwi.
SOXG FOB THE CHIOS LEAGl’ERS.
Am—Ol® Oicn Br in.
9 _____
How dear to wy heart are he scenes of Chicsgo,
When fbnd recoHectlor recalls them to view!
Greeley, 'lidding* ant'. Sumner, each making hU
Jaw f».
In odorous African hullabaloe. „
“ Twiq relic, I” “ Polysemy!” “ Normal condition
“ Aggrewlon, of aUeery !’*—all of theae tl»ey did
teH;
Bat they never foryot the chief end of our mission,
The beautiful nigger we all loreeo well.
The oTJ pokin’ nigger,
The lasy hound nigger.
The dirt-colored nigger that we all lore so well.
How sweet from his home In a hut to receive him,
As reeking with whisky he ro9e to our view,
No whU* trash couki tempt os a moment to leave
' him,
“ A man and a brother,” we all of us knew;
We begged him and kisaed him and tuado him our
Ido),—
Onr duty It was all his glories to tell ;
So sable and sooty, he was made to delight all,
The sweet-scented nigger we all love so well,
The old jokiu’ nigger,
The iron-bound nigger.
The hosa-rubbiug nigger we ail love so well.
And now far removed from that loved situation,
Still fancy rcvcrUto the place and the time,
And amid all the horrors and throes of the nation,
We are still true as steel to our platform sublime!
Plow, rivers of blood, to aq ocean of gore !
Let widows and orphans of agony tell;
Come,Chaos and Night! seise your scepter of yore —
We will cling to the nigger we all love so well.
The old smokin’ nigger,
The shining brown nigger.
The soot-covered nigger we all love so well!
The old soakin’ nigger,
The Iron-bound nigger,
The moss-covered nigger that cleans out the well!
From the Bangor Democrat.
THE W AJl DEMON’S SONG.
War! war! war !
With cannon, sabre and gun ;
War ! war! war !
Hell’s carnival is begun.
Iln! Wind God, wake your horn I
Uo J. Sea King, cliant your lay.
And ring your bells from the deepest hells—
The Demon Is happy to-day.
Blood ! blood ! blood !
What a jayous sight to see !
Blood ! Mood ! blood !
My heart will burst with glee!
Let dotards sit at the wine,
And sip it; aud call it good ;
Fill me a bowl from a wounded soul,
A foaming bumper of blood !
Tears ! tears ! tears?
They drop like rain from the skies ;
Tears ! tears ! tears !
From widows’ and maiden’s eyes !
’Tis rapture to see them weep,—
There’s a triumph in every tear !
And if the world from its sphere were hurled
I could not be happier here.
Death ! death ! death!
In camp, and forest, and plain,
Dentil! death ! death !
On Island, desert and main.
Pile up the dead to the clouds,
To rot in the scorching sun,—
They need no coffins, they need no shrouds,
Fortlie Demon’s work is done !
— -«-•••►■ ■■ .■ ■ —
Negro Soldiers Uorseivhipping White
Men by order of a Colonel. —A Mem
phis correspondent relates the following
as one of the-disgractful results of Abo
litionism :
On the 30th of May, at Milliken’s Bend,
in Louisiana, situated on the Mississippi
river, two Federal soldiers (white men)
were met hy two negroes, now Federal
soldiers; their camps commencing at the
Bend and extending as far up the river
as Lake Providence. The negroes asked
the white men to take a drink with them,
when one of the white men, considering
himself insulted, gave the negro a sound
thrashing- After he had left, the negroes
complained to Colonel Shephard, com
manding the negro forces on the river,
and acting Brigadier General at the time,
who told them to go and get this soldier
and tie him to a tree and whip him with
in an inch of his life. Three of them re
turned and stated that they could not find
the one that had done the fighting, but
had found bis friend, who was with him
at the time, who had done all he could to
prevent bis friend from fighting with the
negro*. They took this innocent white
man, of Company A, Tenth Illinois Cav
alry, tied him to a tree, and with a gov
ernment wagon-whip, plaited three deep,
inflicted upon his buck twenty-four
strokes—the first negro striking twelve
licks, the second and third six each, cacli
drawing the blood freely from the poor
fellow, liis Lieutenant being informed
of the case, came to his rescue and cut
him loose. When the white soldiers
heard of this, they threatened to take this
Col. Shephard, of the Fllcventli Louisiana
regiment of negroes, and hang him, but
they prevented from doing so by
some who told them they had
better lay their grievances before General
Grant, who would do them justice. The
officers of the cavalry company went
down the river to see General (.rant. On
their way they had to stop at Young’s
Point, where Brigadier General Sullivan
was in command ; he, being informed of
the fuels, ordered the arrest of Col. Shep
hard, on his own responsibility, and for-1
warded the papers to Gen. Grant, who
approved of the arrest, and ordered a
court of inquiry in the case. This Shep
hard is from Boston, Massachusetts. lie
remarked, after the affair, that “the white
men were becoming so insolent that they
could not put up with them, and that lie
intends to fix General Sullivan for arrest
ing him.”
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Artemcs Ward on the Negro.—Fel
ler Sittcrsuiis, tho Afrikan may be Our
Brother. Severil hily respectable gentle
men and some talented females tell us so,
aud for argyment sake 1 might be injooc
ed to grant it tho I don’t bclecvo it my
self. But tho Afrikan isn't our sister,
and wife and unklc. 11c isn’t scvril of
our brothers and all our fust w ife’s rela
shuns. lie isn’t our grandfather,and our
grate grandfather, and our aunt in the
country. Scarcely. And yit nuineris
persons would have us think so. Its troo
he runs Congress and scvril other public
grosscrys, but then he ain't everybody.
But we’ve got the Afrikan, or rutlicr
lie’s got us, and now what air wo going
to do about it ? lie’s a orful noosnnee.—
P’raps ho isn’t to blame for it. P'raps lie
was creatid fur sum wize ptirpis, like the
measles and New England Hum, hut it’s
mity hard to see it. At any rato here,
and as I statid to Mr. What is-it, it’s a
pity he coodent go orf sumwheres quietly
by hissclf, where he cood wear red wes
kits and speckled neckties, and graterfy
bis ambishun in varis interestin wase,
without havin’ a eternal fuss up about
him.
P’raps I’m bearing down too hard on
Outfv. Cum to think on it, I am. Jle
woodent bo sicli an infernal noosencc cf
the people wood let him alone. He mite
indeed be interestin’. And now I think
of it, why can’t the white people let him
alone? What’s the good of continnerly
Stirrin’ him up with a ten foot pole ? He
isn't tho sweetest kind of perfootuery
when in a natral stait.
Tbe Good Woman.—A good woman is
one of the greatest glories of the creation.
How do the duties of a good wife, a good
mother, and a worthy matron, weii per
formed, dignify woman 1 A good woman
reflects honor on all those who hod any
hand in her- education, irn£*<or«'tov iTmi>
pany sho has kept, A. woman of virtue
and good understanding, skilled in, and
delighting to perform the duties of do
mestic life, needs not fortune to recom
mend her to the choice of the greatest and
richest man who desires bis own happi
ness,
Cijas. J3. Pettit’s Column.
Dry Goods and Clothing.
CHAS. B. PETTIT,
WHOLUiU I.VO 1«WU. OKA.LUL IS
STAPIiE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS,
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS,
MATTIIGS, '
FIJfK AND COARSE
CLOTHING,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
GLOVES AND HOSIERY,
•WHITE OOODS,
LACES, EMBROIDERIES,
Furnishing and Trimming Qoods,
IRON-FRONT BLOCK,
MAIN STREET, PLACERVILLE,
INVITES the attention of purchasers to his large
aud complete assortment, which he is selling at
THE LOWEST MARKET PRICHS?
His stock has been carefully selected from first
class Importing Houses, and he is confident i»e can
please all who favor him with their patreuage.
NEW GOODS!
THE undersigned has just received a splendid
stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRESS GOODS !
Of the latest styles and most beautiful patterns,
comprising
Rich Plain and Fancy Silks
Chocked and Striped Poplins i
Figured and Plaid Challies ;
French Merinos;
French Stripe and Check Mohairs ;
Empress, Grisello and Mozambique
Cloth:
English and French Rep Goods;
Bishop and Victoria Lawns ;
India and Swiss Muslins;
Chambrays; Jaconets;
Bcragei; Ginghams;
Traveling-dress Goods, etc,, etc.,
Which the ladles are respectfully invited to cull
urn! examine.
*•* Hi* price* will always be as low as those of
any dealer m the State.
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS!
A large and well-selected stuck of
Carpetings; Oil-Cloths; Mattings;
Curtain Damasks; Shade Hollands;
Lace and Muslin Curtains ;
Table-Linen ; Toweling; Napkins;
Marseilles Quilt* ; California Blankets
Sheetings ; Tickings, etc., etc.,
For sale, VERY LOW, by
CHAR. FI. PETTIT.
LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S
BOOTS AND SHOES!
V SPLENDID ASSORTMENT, by far the larged
and best in tli.. t’i'v. from tie’ nine celebrated
manufacturer., in New Y„r . and Philadelphia, ail of
the new, ,| ,tyle, anil liesl w ok ip.
For sale at the MOST ATTRACTIVE PRICES, by
CHAS. R. PETTIT.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION
Is invited to my large and Va’ried stock of
b’rcnch, English and American
PRINTS!
BY THE LADIES to he the best and
most beautiful assortment ever brought to
Placcrvillf.
Prices very near wholesale co t.
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Fine and Cheap Clothing!
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS.
ENOLISH HOSIERY,
— AND —
FURNISHING GOODS,
OF ERY DESCRIPTION, always on hand and
lor sale as LOW as by
Any Dealer in California!
C1IA8. B. PETTIT.
JUST RECEIVED !
A LARGE INVOICE OF
Fine Black Frock Coats j
Fino Doeskin Pants;
Fine Bilk and Velvet Vests ;
Fine Soft Hats ; Straw Huts ;
Benkert’s Boots ;
Davis & Jones’ Shirts;
Traveling Shirts ;
Jumpers ; Overalls;
Indian Tanned Buck Gloves;
Soft Driving Gloves, etc., etc,,
Amt Tor sate, VERV LOW, by
C1IAS. B. TETTIT.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN’S
4
FURNISHING GOODS!
Ladios and Misses’ Trimmed Hats ;
Bonnet and Trimming Bibbons ;
Velvet Ribbons; Laces; Edgings;
Embroideries, Insertions,
Parasols, Sun shades, Umbrellas,
Hosiery. Kid Gloves snd Gauntlets,
Fancy and Trimming Goods in Great
Variety,
The most complete assortment ever brought to this
L'ity, fyr sale at FAN FRANCISCO FRICKS, by
CIIAS. II. PETTIT.
GOODS AT COST!
I SHALL continue to hell off ull tin* old Mock o
PRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTH, SHOES,
HATS, etc., purchased of the creditors of II. A.
Cugwin 6l Co., at SAN FRANCISCO COST. Bargains
cau be secured by calling early.
CIIAS. B. PETTIT.
ORDERS.
THE COUNTRY will receive prompt at*
-** ■' *"• At' the same iow’itrices as fr buyers
were present. .
REMEMBER
The Old Stand of H. A. Cagwin & Co.
IRON FRONT BUILDING,
MAIN STREET, PLACERVILLE.
CHAS. B. PETTIT.
Clothing, Drg ffioobs, Etc.
Another New Arrival
or —
Spring and Summer Clothing
S. BAMBERGER’S
FASHIONABLE
CLOTHING EMPORIUM!
— — Consisting of
Fine Black Cloth light and dark col’d
Cassimera Coala: . .
Fine Black Doeskin, light and dark ool d
Caasimere, Maraeillea and Linen
Pants:
A large Assortment of Caasimere, Flan*
nal and Cottonade Suits;
Velvet. Silk, Maraeillea and Caasimere
Vests:
Also, a Fine Assortment of Silk, Beaver,
Cassimere. China, Straw and Pana
ma Hats :
A Varied Assortment of Boots, Shoes
and Gaiters, from the best Manu
factories in the East, consisting of
Benkert’s, Wing’s, Godfrey’s, etc.
Alto, a Complete Assortment of Boys
Clothing and Furnishing
Gents’ Furnishing Goods.
Carpet Bags, Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc.
COLT’S PISTOLS, of all >iiea, constantly
on hand.
THE HIGHEST PRICE
— PAID FOR —
GOLD DUST & COUNTY ORDERS.
$SrThankful to my patrons for former favors, I
respectfully ask a continuance of trie same, ami wflf
spare no effort to merit tlielr approbation.
S. IIANBKRCiER,
Next door to Postoffice,Main street.
[may9]
AARON KAHN
Has just received tiie largest and
FINEST STOCK OF
Spring and Summer Clothing
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HITS, CAPS, ETC., ETC.,
Ever brought to this market, which he offers at ex
ceedingly low prices.
Fine Black Frock Coats :
Cassimere Business Coats;
Blue Flannel Suits;
Black Doeskin Pants;
Silk. Velvet and Marseilles Vests;
Benkert’s Boots and Shoes;
Spring Style Silk and Case. Hats
Davis ana Jones’ Shirts;
Ami a general assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, etc., etc.
COLT’S PISTOLS,
Of all sizes, constantly on hand.
Gentlemen arc Invited to give me a call before
purchasing, us 1 hare an assortment of goods from
irhich the taste of the most fastidious cannot fail to
be suited.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
PAID FOR
County Warrants and Gold Dust
N. 13. —New Goods received every Week.
AARON KAHN,
Main street, under Masonic llall.
P. SILBERMANN,
AT TUB
‘‘OLD ROUND TENT!”
HAVTNG purchased the interest of Mr. Barman
in tii** iMiibli-liinenf, respectfully solicit.* :t
continuance of the liberal patronage he«towtd on
the oM firm. lie respectfully inform* the public
that h** ha* just rcr«iv» d a large Invoice of new and
seasonable good*, which make* hi* stock of
CHOICE CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC.
One of the Best in the Mountain*, consisting, in
part, of
Fine Black Cloth and assorted Cassimere Dres*
C<>at*;
Caasiiuere Suits; Ca*«!mere Business Coat*, Pant*
surd Vest*—a fine assortment ,
Hats of every style, manufactured uapressly for
our trade ;•
Boot* <»f all qualities, sizes 'and price?—such as
Benkert’s. Godfrey’s, Wing’s, Under wood's,
Union, Metropolitan. Ac.;
Mission Mill* Blanket?, all colors;
Under and Over 8hirts; Drawer?, etet, etc.
Also, a Splondid Assortment
Gents’ Furnishing Goods
SUCH a8 —
Davis and Jones’ White and Fancy Shirts;
Cravat*. Ties, Collar*. Handkerchiefs,
Merino Undershirt* and Drawers;
Kill. 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 article*, too
numerous to mention, all of which he will Sell at
til. LOWEST CASH KATES, lie 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.
AM of which will be sold very LOW’ for cash.
mar2S F. SILBERMANN.
ASSAY OFFICE.
COPPER,
SILVER,
\
AND GOLD ORES
I
CAREFULLY ASSAYED!
A. C. AllVIDSSOX,
*
[aprlSj Main street, Placerville.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
GOLD AND SILVER
WATCHES!
GOLD WATCH CHAINS!
DIAMOND RINGS, ETC.,
For Sale low for cash, by
S. EL8ASSER,
Pawn Broker,
may 9
Main street, Placerville.
D. XEWBACKR, Agent.
ARE YOU INSURED ?
tft
Till! undersigned is »nthori«ed to take risk. In a
large number of the most responsible lusurance
Companies haring agencies on the Pacific Coast
All losses paid promptly upon adjustment
I C. K.CHCBBCCK,
1 map*. Agent.
hotels, ftrstaurants, Etc
THE CARY HOUSE,
HUS STREBT PLACERVILLE.
JAS. W. cut LEN PKOl
augl2
ORLEANS HOTEL,
Corner Main and Sacramento Streets,
FIiACEBVIZiIaE, CALIFORNIA,
J, H. V«n4erMlt PfopflrtM
iPonnerly of the C.rj f!o«w.)
THE HOUSE having been thoroughly overhauled
remodeled and newly furnished with elegant
furniture, we are prepared to accommodate the
traveling public in finer style than any hotel in the
city. Haring had eitensive experience as a caterer,
all who may be pleased to patronize the House can
not fail to be well cared for.
, \kvery department of the nouse will he kept in '
such a manner a* <n make ft second to NONE In the
State. *
0*0 STAGES arrive at and depart from the
Orleans from and to all parts of the State.
Meals
Lodging
pr House open all night.
/. 50 cts.
50 and 75 “
14tf
PLACER HOTEL,
MAIN STREET. PLACKRVILI.E.
RICHARD KIENNE PROPRIETOR.
JgL The undersigned having again taken Ajnl
charge of the Placer Hotel, respectfully W.V..
••■■solicits the patronage of his o'd friend*
and the public generally, and assures them that no
pains shall he 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 Plaoerville, offers supe
rior inducements to residents and the traveling pub
lic. The TABLE will always be supplied wit! the
best viand? to be had in the market, and the lawtg*
ing department will ever be clean and comfortable.
rr Prices in accordance with the times.
July! RICHARD KIENNE.
BAYLEY’S EXCHANGE,
[Late Morse’s)
A. J. Bayley Proprietor
(Of Bayley’s Ranch, El Dorado Co.)
THIS house is situated fl2 miles from P'a«er
ville, oti the Ogilby's Road, near the junction
of the tl Dorado County Road aud the Ogil
by grade.
Good accommodations for teamsters, packers and
the traveling public generally.
Hay and Barley always on hand in quantities to
suit. Prices iu accordance with the times.
may9-oiu
RIVERSIDE HOTEL,
Niue mil.* We*t of Strawberry and 35 Hast of Placer* ill*.
On Henry and Swan’s New Road.
THE undersigned haying made every
i B llTSf arrat g'^■men* for the accommodation of
Hitwl TKAMM’KRS AND TRAVELERS, av
them that all who favor him with
their patronage, shall be entertained in a manner
that cannot fail to give satisfaction, and a I very
low prices.
Purchasing everything the season affords, arid
employing the best of cooks, he pledges hinnelf to
spread before the patrons of the River-Side, the
BEST TABLE to be found between Placerville and
Nevada Territory. •
The Bar will always be supplied with the best
liquors and cigars.
*** Stable room for teams. Hay and Burley al
ways on hand and for sale cheap.
junTyl «I. W. liAliKOX, Proprietor.
SAX FRAXCISCO 8201 SF,
J. II. MILLER PROPRIETOR.
Thi* Hotel, 1ncat»*»| on the vtnsre ronil from
jJjjW Plueerville to Ntvml.i T« rritory, 42 miles en«t
hi JIirrom Pl.iorrville. and B.'j miles wi*»t of Straw
berry Vu!U-y, affords the hot of accommodations t*.
Teamsters ami Travelers. Kvorx pains will be taken
to (five entire satisfaction, In entertainment ar.«l
charge*, to all who may favor it with their patron,
age. A share cf patronage ij respectfully soli tod.
ao*2tf J. II. SllLLEU.
ARC A DC REST AIR A XT,
MAtJf STRKRT, PLACEBYILLK,
John Morcovich, Proprietor.
*k The understfnrrl haring rented the
' above named establishment, has refitted
a,,< * furnished it in the finest style, and
■MW**' is prepared to furnish his patfrus witii
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.
KT G.od Lodging, by the night or week.
CP" Open All Nlglit ! AN
june13 JOHN MARCOVICH.
THE IXIOX SAI.OOV,
Corner Main and Coloma streets,
P. J. McMAIION PROPRIETOR.
OLD SHERRY AND PORT WINE
BY THE BOTTLE.
03T Entrance on Coloma street. £febl
EAGER BEER CELLAR !
LARGEST MDGS AND BEST I.AGER
IN THE CITY!
Theodt.be Eisfelut. Fbed. Tactmeiee.
EISFLLDT & TAGTMEIER,
HAVING purchased the interest of A. KOIJLKR
in the MOUNTAIN BKER CELLAR (Kruhner'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.
HEADQUARTER? OF THE PLACERYILLE
IXIOX BRASS HAM) !
Music furnished for Processions, Ralls, Ac.
at reasonable rates. Orders left at the Cellar wil
be promptly atten led to. [maylC]
KNICKERBOCKER SEGAR STAND.
FIXE CIGARS AX'D TOBACC O
FRESH FRUITS,
ACTS AXD CAXDIES.
TUP undersigned having purchased the KSICK
ERROCKER STAND, (next to the Cary House,)
respectfully informs the public that they will always
find there the best of cigars and tobacco, and a
general assortment of Fresh Fruits, Nuts and Can
dles, at the very lowest prices.
tuayM JAMES L. WEYMOUTH.
A E WAYS BUY
WHERE YOU CAS GET
THE REST AXD CHEAPEST;
IT IS ADMITTED BY ALL who have purchased of
HENRY RADJESKY,
at the Cary House, that it is the only place in the
City where you can rely on getting a GENUINE
HAVANA CIGAR FOR 12X CENTS
The liberal patronage which I have received du
ring the past two years, has enabled mo to make
arrangements by which I can afford to sell a BETTER
AND CHEAPER HAVANA CIGAR than cun be had
at any oilier store in the City.
I also keep constantly on hand nil the choice
Brands of SMOKING AND CHEVYING TOBACCO.
HENRY RADJTESK-V,
At the Gary House.
junel
CO-FASTSEBSHIP ASOTICSi • !
MR I.EOP LD HERZOG has this day been ad- I
niiliti as a partner in our firm. ,
WOLF, HERZOG 4 Co.,
Late Wolf Bros, j
All persons indebted to the old firm are tespeet- I
fully requested to call and settle. The change in the !
firm rentiers such a step necessary. i
PlacervM*; July 23, ISM. '' 0LF BR0Si j
fHtsccllanrous Stibrrttstmj*
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
MR. L. PICIERA Is
admitted a partner in my busi
ness from this day. All persons
indebted to me will please pay the same to him.—
Thankful for the liberal patronage extended to me,
I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same to
the new firm. C» L. CRISMAN.
"Vy l s »63.
HAIR, MOSS, PIILC, AND
WOOL MATTRESSES,
Constantly on band. SPRING MATTRESSES,
and furniture generally repaired.
C. I.. CRISMAN A CO.
N. B.—Agents for the Little Giant Sewing Ma
chine. juiyll
Ex-City Sexton.—Undertaker.
0
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!
I
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JOHN ROY,
DIAL** IX AXD MANCFACTCItER OF
Furniture, Matresses, Bedding, etc.,
Which he keeps constantly on hand, or manufac
tures to order, at shoTt notice and on reasonable
terms. Upholstering neatiy executed.
1ST JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
COLOMA STREET,
Next door to the Office of the Democrat,
ij ‘27~3m Placerville
Carpenter, Cabinet-Maker
and
CXDERTAKER!
A. VEDDEH, ggrr*}
Undrrtakrr, “ - '
constantly on hand and mak*'f to
order all sixes of COFHNS. Will also furnish Pun- •
ral» with llearM-, Carriage*, etc. Grave* dug—and
everything requisite for Funerals furnished at the
shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms |
A. VEDDER also manufactures and keeps always
on hand all kinds and sixes of
Window Sash, Doors, Blinds, Bedsteads
Tables, Kitchen Safes, Wardrobes,
Or any article in Furniture. Carpenter or rudertsL
cr’.N department—all * f which tie warrant* to be
made of the best material* and workmanship.
Manufactory and Wureronm. next d. or above the
Sofia Factory, above Stony Point, Main xtrict, Pla
cert :11c. juneM-:*.:u
W. BAKTKAU,
priLFtt is
DOORS, WINDOWS
AND
B I. I N D S !
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Abolition, Slavery, and the
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Uhuh will he found of a superior quality.
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N "Jv Cavendish, nr Sweet, Spanish,
Scented Oronoco, Canister,
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Granulated.
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Kew York, May Md, IMg. lma»-1y]
ZM-y £i.au.
fttrtmnl anti Surgical.
DR. L I. CZAPKAl'S
medical and surgical
INSTITUTE,
Sacramento street, below Montgomery, opposite j
Pacific Mail Steamship ( o'9 Office,
San Francmco.
Established in 1854, for the Permanent
Cure of all Private and Chronic Dis
eases and the Suppression of Quack
ery.
'Attendant «id Resident Physician,
L. J. CZAPKAY, M. D.,
fate in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief
Plivsieian to the ‘-'"th Re-lment of llonve.!., In.,.
fWoon to the Military Hospital of Pesth, Hun?»ry,
late Lecturer on Diseases of Women and Cm'dren,
and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College
(f r£i~ 'Particular attention paid to the treatment of
diseases peculiar to Women and Children.
Office Horns. —From 6 a. m till 9 r. *. Commu
nications strictly confidential. Permanent cure
guaranteed, or no pay. Consultations, by letter or
DR. L. J. CZAPKAY.
£an l-rancisco.
Of all diseases, the great first cause
gju ir.ga from ueglect of Nature s laws.
Suffer not! When a Cure is On srant.eed
in all Stages of Secret Diseases.
Self-tttni'e. Smote* l>. hUUtj. .StrM'tr,., titeet*.
iintr.!, lUn’-tle,. i.e, of Me AVbir.y. ••n t
lllatl'ler, Mercurial M.ei<mati*m, St rof 'ht,
fliin.M HfA»w <”»' Anile,. li.en.e* '/the
/ ,, p t ro.it, .Vo*r. irri'l A'</e«. f Mr* u/mie ’**
j;,„t'u or l.intl•*. < itticer*. /v<y«\v. EjtUejJet
J it*. St, Vitn*' /hmre, iirol .i J t l>i*e.t*e* <trt*intf
from «t Perntojemerit of the ti.rit.tl ttr'j.ltl*,
S 1 t ell a* Nervous Trembling, boss of Memory,
Lessor Power, item rat Wealfiess, Himness of
v'iion. With perufTar Sfots appearing before the
fIC , I.,,, of Mght, Wake fulness, dy-p.'v-iu,-. liver •Il«-
r'ase crur'lon upon tli* face, pain in the hat k and
head, female irregularities,.and all luip-nper ■<'-
charges of both sues
It matters not from what
cause the disease originate..', however long s.ar.ding
I,r obstinate the ea«e. recovery is certain, and in i
shorter time than a permanent cur** c.1 r * be **"cc»ru
by any rtln*r treatment. even after the disci*'** lia*
bafTJtd the >ki!l of eminent physicir.ns arid resMe*
all th* r mean.* «>f cu;e. The in* •licin*** pr-s-iibed
ur«- pUasant. w.thout odor, entirely vegetable, raav
ing no knts^.find fr e from ti.rrr.try • *r I>.a1 —
Duiirg fifteen j> ars of pra« fee. in Kurop". •! - Vf
l.citie !*’-tt 4 an*l Cal r ornia. I hiv* rescued fi m the
j tWKof death many tl.ou-a.. >*, wl.o, m *• ■
ot the ab'Vf lr.1 tdioned dne.Vv -. )(.'*d In U giv*t»np
to die by th ir ph>v, »n*, wi *1. warrant* no- in
li-iio/ t*> li e d wh>» may place them** Ives
ptrltfla: 1 *p* ♦ dy * 'til*-. 1'iivate
b. as tl . v
prom
u
•1
• the gtt*U>e»t tLeU.itS to. | *
iiie. rs. •» rrupt. ns, and t th* r at!* c*u t “ of the -k n,
ryes, throat .uni inngs, trdad up- n them a br.ef
m’x -tence of suffering, and cunai.wnmg them to an
I raarly grave.
tt-;>.b.ise is r* ijr»tr formidable * mmy «»f I ealth,
) f« r noth t.g e!»v l;i tl.** dread rri*al.-gne of human
disease* rails* s *•<> >!
tern, drawing it* tl
years * f tuiff-r: j
destroys the iota
the * I • rg • f I .
prevent* t!.** pr«q***r «ti a
f:* - for m
earthly h:rj pint
iu b*•*!v ai.d in:
t i M of eV''w
w
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an bp etlf,
i. praeto. -
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gul.ir:t:t s.
. treat*d *
pra t
• tiv a ilr.i t. upon the *•
f a.» thn -gh a :« »
atm t> an ur.t n.*lygr»ve It
*y»:vtu, rapidly wa*te« aw.»y
m i tiiental «l-rat.tr.'iwet.t,
psiirnl of the s»st*m. d.s
* i. ;y. bn* and all
,r.• 1 I* »v**s tl « *• itf» r* r wreck*-*!
r* i «p I?'*-- pt *.. atol
t . b dre.» 1* 1 ?» 1 1 1 h ath .t*>,If.
1 a*Siii* • I • unf. itiinate
•u*o. that i \ * r • :.* n: I -p*-* lv
ted. an t w th the .»bai.,I*»t m*r.t « f
. t > rat. b* iCftortd to r<>*
alth.
and all *1 :«# :i«*- *» • r m.t .fs ai.-l fe
• !l J>» n. , s .»'«>•! «h* 1 PT fl'tern
. an i sail ' • ! l y tl.oo.itid* *>f
iti|* V i . r.s w. a t 1 ' / *.:. <1
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an * • •• • I * M •
L Mi l ?.iair.ji.ifi b » uh
Tlir folloAA lug 1* it* r »■ . »
»:*e ik- f r I*" *. T:t‘ .ti T . I y tb*- ■ *ti» b
• t» f the I j . a a • • * M * t -
• t '*. r- **f t: • l ;ti M* ' ! I P ir. • a! J iri. *i,
.v.t. Krarn..mp, J*. r pul .r..* n
Piii: At ufh' J y. , 1*M>.
T I - ' P .• t M r al
J :r:ial :
fiFsri.kMt N -'Ia .-.tt* vrior hn- !*• en call* d !* an
ar*. :i *.!.•• l»* • • brr • r } r J -arnal. .it
- .’ar-i t** th-e at *!*•/»• e /::»»■;♦• 1 h% the
I* , 1 « f* I* ge .'M i - - • I * r I J « » .* -
kay. W hen the appli- »t*• t h r the >•*;.•*• w t«. n.«<i
t tl F.ifii. y. ,t w t. >*• n r. ; . *1 by *. : .» t, »rj-|
f*•• t;i’H*t*t.ils to ‘.hi* iff* l th.it Dr i'ti/kaf «.,.l
t< gii!.*tr gra'luat- M. 1*. * f the l*tiiTer».tf r f P»-iP.
h..d served a» a *»:, ,»the f! i r<rianarm.T. a*d
w.,w a r* g tlar pra* •*e»nrr of iur ’> itir *»-, the
1 ptrenglli of thrMr. the D gr* r *»< gr at>? J. e ,i*f
/*!**</#»;< ds gr* *•• as i»» vnnie ir phrv is » nferred n
giadjkt*, o'.ly. j*i. I g T*» u* t.»w pf.tiiegr» Ha l
r« ht et» the *' rh:» *t ' • . I. of r»**g»il;ir ty. tf »
appliealH'ii w**ul*l have l*een rr'tt*r*l H» m«*erttng
th « in v. ;.r Journal. >■ u wdl d*. an act u! justice t*
the College, and con f tr » favor **r»
Yours, very re»|Ht if tliy. II. H\Mh
i Dean of the Faculty tf th* i'.h.iad* Ij hia Colh'ge of
; Medieirn*.
I Urmarkablr Intlauee of Mnllrtl
Ilrlirf.— I w » • ;• f* w», ;h* ~*- r : ft • .>« * f • * •
i f the sufferers f.ct.i t.,e pa: ..* il staj*.
it.g r*«. vere 1 their f.*rr * r he . :h, and impe'lrd by
gi ititude, tr.ak* kf w., t? r.r i .iu-s ai J :en.-'iii l
agent, :ind thrir stater Pi* are v *Vrn afe*l by «
N it ary Fubhe. The d tn.vmK <jf euty :n.|*eri«>Ualy
(•*■•! • atnl *h* r pub]. At. » w« »• n.mef.d th- r pe
ru>al to the attention > f the alli.cud .
Thankfulness i* the Incantivj to
Uratitude,
Cektii'icsti —Tt.c ui.d.rsig’Kd, d.sirous of «.
quaint ng those w!.*. m.ij h unfuriun;.: » tioi;ghto
he htiui'jirly atflicl'-tl, where perirar.r:.: rtl tf of
the r suffer.ng« tn.iy he i btairud, feels i; h • d.*iy to
thu« publ * ly express hi- ro*>at kinc»re gr.ititu ie to
Dr. I.. J. C* ipk «y *4»r ti p* rm i! etit r*c< rrr/ of bis
l.« iPh. Dome down by the di»treii.«inf >ympt..id*
' incident t*i th*- vi. ious pra* tics* of uncontrollable
I* i'Siuti in youth ; 1* pressed in body and mind, uua*
hie to perform evt ti the most tr iimg duty inip-»s<d
on the dally avocation* of life. 1 i.oigl.t the advice
of many physicians, who at fij-t regarded my d w ase
of trifling importance—but, alas ! after a few weeks,
and in several in*tauee*>. niou’bs, <*f tKeir treatment.
I f* iiihI to my unutterable horror, that instead of re
; lief, the symptom* became more alarming in their
torture; ami. being told by one that my disease, be
ing principally confined to the brain, medicine j
would he of little consequence, I despaired of ever
regaining try health, strength nod ene rgy ; and as a
, last resort, and with but a faint hope, called upon
l»r Cz tpkay, who. after examining my ca*f. pre
s"ribed s-itue medicine which almost instantly reliev
ed me of the dull pain and dizziness in my head.—
Encouraged by thidbesult, 1 resolved to place myself
I immediately under his care, and by a strict obedience
to all his directions and advice, my head became
•dear, my H**:is collected, th** constant pain in my
back and groins, the weakness of my limbs, the ner
vous reaction of my whole body on the slightest
alarm or excitement ; the misanthropy ar.d evil
foreboding*; the self-distrust and want of confidence
m others; the incapability to study ami want of res
olution; the frightful, exciting, and at times pleas
urable dreams at night, followed by involuntary dis
charges, have all disappeared; and in fact, in two
months after having consulted the Doctor, I felt as if
inspired by a new life—that life which, but a short
t in*; ago, I contemplated to cud by my own hand.
With a view to guard the unfortunate from falling
into the snares of incompetent quacks. 1 deem it my
duty to offer this testimony to the merit and skill of i
Dr. Czapkay. and recommend him to ail who may !
stand iu need of medical advice, being assured bv
my own experience, that once under his care, a rad- ,
leal aud permanent cure will be effected.
e B F. FILLMORE. 1
Ftate of California, County of San Francisco.—
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 17th day of 1
April, a. li. la&6. isigntd) ,
John Middlbto.v, ft. s.J I
Notary Public, i
A CARD.— Prompted by an honest desii
tny heart, I wish to lay before the public a
winch deserves a high commendation, not only ;
act of scientific skill, but of humanity, also. 1
tiAo yearn ago, I suddenly, and from cuuses unkt
to in*, was seized with a fit of epilepsy, which, c
to my inability to meet the expenses consequen
on a thorough medical treatment, and the dis<
sgement I met with on attempting it, soon be<
juoli (as I was then led to believe) as to defy the
af a physician. I was frequently, while in purs
y calling, thrown down to the ground withou
slightest warning, and although insensible to th
Miies, I yet despised the miseries of my life
soon learned to look upon those who would re
assistance or shelter me from danger, as enemk a
sought to prolong the existence of iny miseri
V bile in this state, and having previous to my i
tion tasted the sweets of life, I once more wa
duccd to attempt seeking aid of a physician, an
recommendation, called upoft Dr. L. J. Czapka
told him my circumstances and my inability t
w ard him for his services, regardless of which
ever, he undertook my case, and with the bles'si
\* perfect hea)
Lnable to reward him for the boon which I enii
nrAM>Qt »*>d ny
consider it due to myself and to all afllicUd to i
the case public, in order that those in need of i
cal advice may find a physician in whom every
fldence can be placed.
n. . Meter Yabloxsi
State of California, County of 8an Francisco,
and sworn to before ine this 1st d
August, a. tr. Di5d. Gilbert A. Grant
l 1 - *0 Notary Pub!
JHrttcal aoti Surgical
Remarkable Care ®ff Cwmsmaaptl®.
—The almost miraculous cure that has keen ray. |_J
in my esse, prompts me to impart to those .fZ.
fellow crcRuree who map be euKring from Ilka :f
flit-lion, the source of relief, with a short descrtntw
of my case. Sereral years ago, my health bewusl.
fail. I was attacked by general weakness and drbth
ity, which reduced me to the
former self. At that stage I sought seed leal assSJ
ance, and expended large amounts, bat wltbeati£
Vast beneficial result. The fell destroyer o **
.._r.lb.dv Setae* apoo my rltale. Is._„.
ly drawing closer to cite tomb; my physicians ti
ont no hope of reeoyery ; my strength had wash?
and I was in s state of almost utter prostration /
was informed by my physicians that they eoaMai
nothing for me except to smooth my path.tom®
grace, when most fortunately, 1 applied ta Hr L7
Csapkar, and am now a well and perfectly — - -
man. it Is difficult for me to express the —TtluTT
of deepest ratltude I experience when reallriaarthw
immeasurable serrtee I nsrr rueeiVed at the kaaol
of Dr. Csapkey, and I feel rejoiced that It l a at
in my power to tender this feeble recognition ofhZ.
great skill and rapacity. To the afflicted I wouhU
MT, iio not deytalr. for whatrrrr may be the aatmw
of rour case, I am ronfldent that yon will god r»iwT
by applying to Dr. L. J. Csapkay.
" There i>halm In liilead, aod there Is a abnliil ,
there.” [t- 8 ] Hanar Wmwirsb
?iib«rrlbed and swom to before me. this 15th air
of October, A. D. IM®. City and County of hi
Francisco, in the State of Californio.
IL. a] f. J. Tat si clt. Notary Public
The undersigned is prrsonally acquslntrd whb,
Henry Wrssling, and knows that the circumstance!
related in the foregoing errtifleate are trae He
M Henry Wresting daring his Illness, and beat
willing tes'imony to the fact of hie remarkable rat
by Dr. L. J. Cxapkay. |t.. s.l A. bsssem
Subscribed and sworn to before me, thta lTtk So
of October a. p. 1n19.
[l. s.) r. 1 Tmast-LT, Notary Public.
Dr. Is. J. Csapkay'a Prieate M.dleef to
Surgical Institute ia on Sacramento Street >.7
Montgomery, opposite the Pacific Mail fiteamsht
Company's Office, Pan Prsnclsco. The Dr. offer
fiee consultations, and asks no rerooncration onles
he effects a cure. Office hours from 9 a. a. to 9 r a
Sperissalarrbuea, or local weakness, nrres.
dehil.ty, low spirits, lassitude, weakness »f the la<
and limbs, indisposition and Itirapablllty fee i **
asiH Isalu.tP >1 ll'Iru M a Psesrak®. sl» 9 m
dii'i niiivp, iiitiip|)iimion ami inrapamltty fg
and labor, du'diie** of apprrhrnftion, forvof mtrmm
aversion *o nxiety. love of aoHude,
s|i«tru*t, d:*rne««. headache, involuntary diaehai
„c i. . ita in the litis- llTei'tinni nf tK. aauu .
■■■ * « samiarj QlKBtl
_ * %i tk in » f-ff* w«ir, affection* of the eyev, pimai
on the fare, *r*n»t and other infirmitlev In aien. •
cured without fail f>v ti»r juntljr celebrated pbvticij
■»nd •unr»‘on. L. J i'ztrstr. Hi* method #*f c»n
■ I |» i« Iiew Mil l I MSiittn To HTNIM, heart |
f * at «ucoe»*. All contu.tation*. by letter or oth<
»,ae. free. Addre**, L. J.
Fran'M«co, Califurni
CaruT, M D., :
The Grc.rtest Discovery of the Am.-
f» > '■' t flit • >/"'j to H 'uliuJ-Iuu.M 'niKvt
-DU 1. J ■ Z.WK lY* IT.OPHlLACTlCUV4.Hf.
•l* ' 1 ' * •»>:« *'«» * a »ure preventive acaii.rt Go*.
» mi! . w y |*li ill tit diera*?#, and an unaurfiaaMfi
m.u :> f >-r all wnereul, tcrofulooa, panyrenou* *o4
ibi; r j* it • r«, *<»•• iei d'«kharper from th** vayma,
'•!' i |;> at.»l uretli-a. ami all (atinroui rru|btion« ao4
•• * >•»!•* • * hr 1. J Cht|*ay'» OSre,
r «meht»* ilreet, below )1. nty»rm rr. oppotiiv
P.. ti" 'I nl Company’* o«c*». A* in oca.
‘ • * ij-fvent.V' ngainet ninallpox, <m> in Dr L.
J lx i.'ru.-j’s Prr pliUftimm a preventive apalaat
' f • an I p arrlieal diteavt*. Ilarmlest i a
J *'■•**• J pl 'tramea the jN.wer of chemlrally dr«tr*p.
'■I the 'Vpl.ilitic viru«. and thereby ■« viny th*«a
ilehau. her* fn»tn beiup infected by the Meet
I. nthbonie r f all ilKeatev. Let no yonn* man vU
health he wi«}u*ut Dr. Caaplay’* Propbi
' • * in It t« :u very cunveriient pai kapea m4
« t; be ton. J - .nvenient to u»e.beii.x u*rd a»aeeup.
I'ric* . hr ffi.sle at Dr L J. Ctapkay's Prlv«|*
M •! al end isirf cal luatitutr, Mrwt
b. m Mt.nif .fner.v,» p|K»*itr Pacific .Vail Suam*6i»
l\.i? |iany** . filer.
All ordera mint be addresaed to L. J. C*ap>
ki>, M. I> .Sail fiai.cieco, California. jaljtt
legal anbertisemrnts.
SUMMONS.
<T\TF Of CAM FORM A, County of El Dorado —
► ’ — In tor D.a'.rt i Court of the 11th Jodkitl
K*tr 11
A t ..r. in the District Court of the Eire
; J . ! -*) 1 :*tr c». 40.1 The rr.n plaint la th«
« »*•>■ ■ f II I- r..d«*. in the < mro of the CWk of
1*. tr. : Court <r» nod for «a«<t County and Ptak
I 1‘- pU- t the Nutr of California, lo U »
ill KM. K 1*-Vi:.i4»it. OrrrUrt:
' n i.if l.ruly 1 • 'i 1 r*-'l to fcf.prar in an action
' - ’ :r st y- '» *y J* H Dyer. plaint ff. in tb«
U * t 1 . .rt of the EU-vrnrh Judicial District, in
1: ■. 1 r •!.• «.» nr-ty r\* FI !». rad... and to answer the
1 ■ ‘ • d ' - *• n c n the ?.l day of June A. It
w.iV r, t»: d*y« (exclusive of the day afarr
' . * af**r *hr-«rr;«- on you of this sutnmrnt—if
> * '■ ' ‘ '-unty. I? served out of this
u .r%. I. : w \h r. tl „ Judicial District, within
;w »% d »y* . ■ r. f s+rv-d rut of aaid DlUriel, then
* ' u ' > lay—or judgment t.y default wdl k
t. H**n arm! y. u.
I - ** *a->! a«r:*n i« hrovrM to obtain judfwrnt
•*• *'••■“ >* r •»» *f *-'4.1 X 1'ai.dur plaiDtif,
• ' \*ut hut.drfd *’ d o»rnt»rn d< liar*.balance
■ a oui.t, nr:d i »*:n trv amount* paid by pl'f aa
* :ir ui.t. at y« ur re<ju-*t, amounting to f4M
#••]•••.»* l* r * rr ’* rr made part t*f complaint, a
c py of which herewi’h accompanies,—and if ysa
ol to %pf» »r and answt-r the aaid complaint aa
* b- *c rt >4 ; r. J, th*- *».j PU intiff will talc judgment
r t vow t., r **.4 fuai „ f *?.]w and costs,.
2* I ( to thf p/ayr r 0/ aatd complaint.
r - Hon‘»! V Myras. Judge of raid District
t urt . f the Wnrad. Jud«ial ihstrict.
, , Au**i, nsy hand, and the > seal of sa*%
, 1 ' t ! * url ‘ “L 41 '* 1 Coun*y of IU Dorado^
hrrrNi iiflicd. at ••tbci in »b« Cwy tf FU
c* r» 1 c. th;s the 2d d.ij of June, A. I> !*^S.
THOMAS H. F\ni.N. Clerk.
A true c py of tht c.r jnnaJ tummona. Aitc*t:
th ‘>*AS ». PATTEN. Oerk.
.nanderaon • Wiliiataa. Auy’afot PTf. (juoelSM
NOTICE TO C&EPITOBB.
i»f California, Cownty ©f ei Dorado
-J: the C. uuty Court la and for «a>d County,
ha rarn*worth «* H»iCrc1.u,r*.
In the rr.a ter of the Petition of 8*ba Fa. mworth,
;in Inaoltent Debtor. a
P .r r an order on file herein, made by the
II. . ..r e* J J r a.n. Judfe of the Court aforesaid.
to all the creditors of aald
I: ■* rent IVbtor. Farnavorth. to be and ap*
p-ai !». rc t.*K Court nf<>reaaid, at the Court I loam
* • 1 ■'Ut.ty in the City of Piacereille. «.n tl.eftth
d;»y of !>. ptemtHr, a. n. the hour of luoMock
a u. of -ad duy. to »h« w cauae.if any they can.aky
prayer of raid luHulvent dFbtor Should noth©
grunted and an £4*tffntneat of his estate be made,
d I..- te d koharfrd from hia debta and liabtliiica
,u I of the ctatnte In aorli case wade and
pr ded. And, In the meantime, Jt is ordrrrd that
all judicial proceeding* against aaid insolvent debtor
he clayed.
, > Wltneaa my hand and the aeal of said
- t.. s. - Court hereto affixed, at office In the City of
rlacerTitle, Uda 24th day of July. A. D.
THUS, u PATTEN. Clerk.
P. A. lI'.hjRu arR
NOTICE TO TEACHlBir"
THE county board op examination •<
at Diamond Springs, on the Second and Foer
Saturdays of each month ,at1> o’clock a. m.
All Teachers should recollect that their certifical
hold good for one year only, from their date, ai
should he renewed by a re-eXaminatioo, at lh«r
piraticn of that time. No Teacher ran be legal
employed, or draw the public funds, on a certifies
older than one year.
e M. A. LYNDE,
Sup t Public Schools for El Dorado County.
Piano.nd August fi|h, 16fi9.—tf
lb*:
By Ocoxg Sot im?. Deputy.
. Alt’y for Petitioner. 1m
NOTICE.
VM. pcr.nn. Arrount. or n»lm« of •"»
ksn.l aeain.t the Ute Bin of CARTER A LLP-
Hi, .ill iilraje ])r,itnt ihrn for pajrtiu ot, aotf ,11
penonr Indrhinl ilirrrto will plr.K call »nd irf*»
thr .am. wilh C. B. IM)1.SIB>, , t ,| w oM pu., tl
Carter A Ludvif (tlir Atlanllr Mill Lumbrr Yard.) i»
Diamond Springs, as he has been authorised to settlb
all unsettled business,of the firm.
All persons having unsettled business of any kind
with the firm will please come forward and attend ta
it. as the decease of Mr. Ludwig renders the settle’
went of all accounts necessary.
er- Mr. HOLMES will kerp constantly on hao*
an extensive assortment of
LUMBER Or ALL KINDS!
DOORS. WINDOW-SA8H, ETC.. STO
\, hieli lie will sell low for cash or Its equivalent.
„ OKO. H. CARTER,
fcorvivin* Partner of the Arm of Carter 4 Ludalf.
Diamond SjirinRt, June 6th, ls«S.—tf
FAS1IIOAS FOR ALE SEASONS.
a
PARTIES visiting Sacramento, should bear lo a»i®4
that the only place to buy a
FINE AND FASHIONABLE HAT
Is at the extensive Establishment of
LAMOTT—HATTEB,
Corner of Second and J streets;
Where may always be found the larfest variety af
HATS, CAPS, PUBS, ROBES, ETC..
-i (he State, wtifch fie guarantee* to sell LOV**
>an any other House In the City. Call before 1*'
septd
NOTICE.
MR. C. E. CHUBBVCK Is duly author
ized to receive and receipt for all moneys daa
me, lod those indebted to me are requested to maxi
immediate payment to him, and save costa.
M C. METOJL
Placerrille.May 19th, 18W.-m98-la

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