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The mountain Democrat. [volume] (Placerville, El Dorado County, Calif.) 1863-1943, December 05, 1863, Image 4

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TNI MERMAID.
Xhe nfir" ait* la the moonablna white,
a-a adage, aa aka aoaaba bar hair,
A nwavellooe eoog that thrille the night.
With lta burden atrange— Bawara ! Bawara ■
Bawara I
And*a biDowa begin to tremble and moan
lb moan and daah tbemaelraa at bar feet,
A*, ara bar lipa, tkalr bearta repeat
Tha a train they laog hara known—
Iba aarpant at rain thry hara heard ao on,
•o litba, ao daadly. bright and aoft:
And tha wtnda, bar bodlfeea alaraa,
Arlta fttun their lecret aaraa.
And bawl, aa if to drown tba atrain,
Of bertowiUtooi»eong:
in twin I 1U wild rafrain
Tbay daapan and proton*.
Gona la tha mafic moon ;
And orer tba aky, ao lata, ao fair,
A btoak atowd drifta, tbroufh whoae ruff ad rilla
Tba atara Ilka torckaa Haro;
And oat of tha howling foam banaath
Coma aounda of peril and pain and drath ;
Voiaea that tall of tba ahipwrackad tbara ;
Bhrieka and enraaa of drowninf man;
And now and than,
8oba and aighe that lift tha hair
And He lika a curia on tba bunting air;
And now and than above tba atrain
Of darknoee and daapair,
Tba pain of that wild refrain,
BeWara! Bawara! Bawara! Bawara !
IBB GOLDSMITH'S DAUGHTER.
A roldtmith stood within his stall,
’Mid ptarl and precious stone :
*« Of all the rems I own, of all.
Thou art tnc best, Helena,
My daufhter, darlinf one.’ 1
One day came in a knight so fine;
Good morrow, maiden fair ;
Good morrow, worthy goldsmith minej
Make me a costly crownlet,
For my sweet bride to wear.”
The crown was made, the work was good,
It shone the eye to charm,
But Helen hung in pensive mood
(I trow, when none were by her,)
The trinket on her arm.
•• Ah! happy, happy she to bear
This glittering bridal toy ;
Would that true knight gare me to wear
A crownlet but of roses,
How full were I of joy !”
Ere long the knight came in again,
Did well the crown approve ;
Now make me, goldsmith, best of men,
A. ring with diamonds set,
To deck my lady-love.”
The ring was made, the work was good,
The diamonds brightly shone,
Bat Helen drew’t in pensive mood
(I trow, when none were by her,)
Her finger half-way on.
•• Ah ! happy, happy she to hear
This other glittering toy ;
Would true knight give me to wear
But of his hair a ringlet,
How full were I of joy !”
Ere long the knight came in again,
Did well the nng approve ;
•* Thou’st made roe,goldimith,best of men,
The gifts with rarest cunning,
For my sweet lady-Uve ;
•• Yet wonld I prove them how they sit;
So, prithee, maiden, here
thee for trial At
My darling’s bridal jewels :
In beauty she’s tby peer.”
*Twas on a Sunday morn be time :
It happened the maiden fair,
Exp ectant of the matin chime,
Had donned her best of raiment.
With more than ordinary care,
With eoynesa all aglow, behold
The maid before him stand ;
He crowns her with the crowu of gold,
The ring upon her finger
He sets, then takes her hand :
“ Helena sweet, Helena true,
I’ve ended now the jest;
That fairest bride is none but you,
JBy whom I would the crowufet
And ring should be possest.
•* Mid gold, and pearl, and jewel fine
Hath been tby childhood’s horns ;
Be this to thee a welcome sign
That thou to bights of honor,
With me, shalt duly corns.”
A Pbilosopher on Love.— Emerson re
marks :
Be our experience in particulars what
it may, no man ever forget the visitations
of that power to his heart and brain n hich
created all things new ; which was the
dawn in him of music, poetry and art ;
which made the face of nature radiant
with purple light, the morning and the
night varied enchantments; when a sin
gle tone of one voice could make the heart
beat, and the most trivial circumstance,
associated with one form, is put in tire
amber of memory; when we became all
eye when one was present, and all memo
ry when one is gone ; when the youth
became a watcher of windows, and studi
ous of a glove, a veil, a ribbon, or the
wheels of a carriage ; when no place is
too solitary, and none too silent, for him
who has richer company and sweeter con
versation in his new thoughts, than any
old friends, though best and purest, can
give him ; when all business seemed an
impertinence, and all men and women
running to and fro in the streets, mere
pictures. For, though the celestial rap.
ture falling out of heaven, seizes only up
on ihosq of tender age, and although a
beauty, overpowering all analysis or com
parison, and putting us quite beside our
selves, we can seldom see after thirty
years, yet the remembrance of these vis
ions out last all others remembrances,
and is a wreath of flowers on the oldest
brow.
Mas. Lincoln in New York. —The Her
ald in giving an account of tbo visit of
Mrs. Lincoln, wife of the President, to
the French frigate La Guerriere, says :
‘•She was received with all the becoming
respect due to her rank and position.”—
We should be glad to bo informed what
Mrs. Lincoln’s rank is. Is she countess,
duchess, queen or brigadier-general f—
We had always supposed that the wife of
the President of the United States was a
woman of no more “ rank ” than any
other respectable lady—in fact, that her
“ rank " was exactly the same as that of
the honest old apple woman at the cor
ner of Broadway and Ann street. But
aa Mr. Lincoln plays king, and indulges
in a body-guard, like any other sover
eign, we suppose his wife really has some
“ rank." We wish the Herald would tell
us what it is.—Caucasian.
— , -
Henry Ward Beecher has lately been
pitching into the practice of working rail
road conductors and drivers on Sunday.
Recently Beecher, in his peculiar way,
was making inquires of a Brooklyn street
conductor, to whom he was unknown, as
to whether the Sunday riding could not be
broken up. “I think it might be,” said
the conductor, “ but for that sanctimon
ious hypocrite, Beecher. So many of the
fancy people from all parts visit his es
tablishment that it makes the road more
profitable on Sunday than any other day
in the week. If he would only shut up
the thing could be done.”
Therk was once a negro very ill, and
about to die. His minister called to see
bim, and told him he must forgive his
enemies before bo died. The negro ha
ted one of his brethren heartily,he would
not consent to forgive him for his many
acts of meanness towards him, but at last
be compromised the matter as follows :
“ If I dies, I forgive dat nigga; but, if
I gits well, dat niggar must Uke car."
- - | t t •
The same young lady who “ would die
if she walked a mile in the woods,” will
travel in a waltz or scbottische a dozen
miles every night, without uttering a sigh,
and without any other support than a
eotUkerc.
jRtsceUaneous &&brrtt8tng,
METROPOLITAN BATHS
AND HAIR - DRESSING SALOON,
Hals itraet, • Tn Doan lul or the Cerj Home,
D. O. Buoker Proprietor.
The proprietor reipect
fully informs the public
that he haa supplied his
Saloon with all the ap-
__ pllances of comfort and
elegance, so that ltTs not excelled by any establish
ment of the kind In California, and 1s prepared to
furnish Baths In erery style, and to Share, Shampoo
and Dress Hair in the most approved manner.
D. O. BOOKER’S
Vegetable Hair Tonic,
For Restoring, Preferring, Cleansing and Beautify
ing the Hair, the best composition for the Human
Hair erer ofltered to the public, and an elegant arti
cle for a Lady's Toilet, the recipe for which was
procured at great w*pense, is manufactured a ad sold
by the undersigned, at his hair-dressing and bathing
saloon.
novT D. C. BUOKER.
A. A. VAN VOORHIES,
B
owtn
■ e
iifs-A
■f*A
WHOLESALE AMD RITAIL DIALER IH ALL ElMDSOF
SADDLES, HARNESS,
Bridles, Whips,Spurs. Leggins.A
k Brushes, Combs, Collars, Sln-J
fches, Horse Sheets and Blank-r
ets, etc.
Together with a large and complete assortment cf
LEATHER, CALF-8 KINS, SHOE
FINDINGS, SHOEMAKERS’ KITS,
Leather Preservative, 4c., all of which are offered
at Sacramento Prices.
New Iron Fire-Proof Block,
septl8] Main street, Placerville. [8m
Ex-City Sexton.—Undertaker.
n
h
h
JOHN ROY,
DIALER Ilf AMD MANUFACTURER Of
h
Furniture, Matresses, Bedding, etc.,
Which he keeps constantly on hand,ormanufac-!
' tures to order, at short notice and on reasonable
terms. Upholstering neatly executed.
t»“ JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
COLOMA STREET,
Next door to the Office of the Democrat,
I
40-8 ra
Placerville
it
-SOI
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
MR. L. F1GIERA is
admitted a partner in my busi
ness from this day. Ail persons
Indebted to me will please pay the same to him —
Thankful for the liberal patronage extended to nc,
I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same to
the new Arm. C. L. CRISMAN.
Placerville, July 6th, 1S63.
HAIR, lUOS^TPULt, AND
WOOL MATTRESSES,
Constantly on h»n<i. 0£T SPRING MATTRESSES,
und furniture generally repaired.
C. L. CRISMAN A CO.
COFFINS, OF ALL SIZES,
constantly on band and made to order.
[octllj
ARE YOU INSURED ?
TnE undersigned i3 authorised to take risks in a
large number of the most responsible lnsurai.es
Companies having agencies on the Pacific Coast.
All losses paid promptly upon adjustment
C. E. CUUllBUCK,
may 6. Agent.
A. II. REID'S
LIVERY AND FEED STABT.T2,
In the rear of the Old Round Tent,
MAIN STREET. PLACERVILLE.
THE Undersigned would respectfully
inform the public that they can at all
itime9 obtain at his establishment tbv
very best of driving teams and saddle
horses, at tne lowest rates.
PF" Horses boarded by the day, week, or month,
on the mostreasonableterms.
40-3m A. II. REID.
J. J. CULLEN,
Watchmaker and Jeweler!
(AT THB OLD STAND OF J. W. gEBLRT,)
ON THE PLAZA, PLACERVILLE
aving
.old stand of Mr. SKELKY, on the
|Plaza, (adjoining O’Donnell's Thea
ter,) respectfully announces to the
public that he Is prepared to repair or regulate
Watches and
MANUFACTURE JEWELRY!
Of every description, at short notice, and in the
best style.
Diamond Work, Enameling, Chesintc,
ENGRAVING, SEAL-CUTTING, DIE-SINKINO and
GILDING and SILVERING done in the best style of
the art and at the shortest notice.
*•* Work done promptly and delivered at the
time specifiied.
Mr. CULLEN is agent for the sale of the
BAY STATE SEWING MACHINE!
The simplest, cheapest and best Sewing Machine now
in use.
ALSO, Gl'XSMITHIXG, In general.
| This department will be under the supervis
ion of FRANK BECKEAKT, for
merly of Coloma. All jobs done promptly
and at reasonable prices. aug2
FRED. HUNGER.
HENRY HAUEL.
PEOPLE’S MARKET !
Opposite Landecker’s Store, Main st., Placerville
HUNGER k HAMEL PROPRIETORS.
FRESH MEATS, of a!
kinds, at wholesale or retail, at
as low rates as at any other mar
ket in the city.
bov22
IMPORTANT NEWS!
REDUCTION II PRICE TO
SUBSCRIBERS!
Attention is called to the following list of
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN PERIODICALS,
for which 1 am ready to receive subscriptions at
much lower rates than formerly:
PER TEAR.
New York Ledger $ 3 00
New York Clipper 8 50
New York Mercury 3 50
New York Wilkes' Spirit of the Times 3 50
New York Illustrated News.... 8 50
New York Harper’s Weekly 3 &o
New York Leslie's Pictorial 3 50
8t. Louis Weekly Republican 3 50
Louisville Weekly Journal. 8 50
Philadelphia Forney's War Press 3 50
Boston Waverly Magazine 8 50
Boston Pilot 8 50
Roston True Flag 3 50
Boston Weekly Journal 8 50
Boston Flag of our Union 3 5o
Peterson’s Ladies' Magasine 3 00
Arthur’s Home Magazine 8 00
Godey’s Lady's Book S 50
Leslie’s Family Magasine 8 50
Harper's Monthly Magasine 8 50
Atlantic Monthly Magazine 8 50
Monthly Novelet 8 00
la Bon Ton 6(h)
Ladies’ Repository 8 50
London Illustrated News 14 00
London Weekly Dispatch 13 00
London Bell’s Life 18 00
A Pf *{< WB P*per, Magazine, or Review, not
mentioned in the above list, will be tarnished to or
rec«lved for all the Sacramento
and San Francisco weeklies, at publishers’ prices.
S. HARRIS,
BOOK, STATIONERY AND NEWS
DEPOT,
Posiofflce building, Corner Main at. and Plasa
****0®# PLACIRYILU.
jttigcellanrouiS a&bertising.
NEW
*1863-4.
STYLES
1863-'
LAMOTT,
THE LEADING HATTER OF THE
STATE,
37 J Street, Near 2d, Sacramento,
HA 8 IS8CED THE PALL AND WINTER styles
of GENTS* DRESS HATS.-entirely
different from anything yet introduced in this State.
All should call and see them, and, In order to be
DRESSED, should hare one of them.
His stock of SOFT HATS comprises ALL
Shapes, Colors and Prices.
CAPS for Men, Youths and Children,
of new styles, and all varieties and prices.
Bug fey Robes and Ladies’ Furs, of all
kinds and prices, a complete assortment on hand at
1 all times. Also, a fine assortment of liORSE-
I BLANKETS.
Remember, If you wish to buy CHEAP, call on
LAMOTT,
sept!21 8T J it., near *d, Sacramento.
PJOJV££f* **'*<»£ Cfrvff’itAr,
from
PLACERVILLE TO SACRAMENTO!
VIA
Diamond Spring* , El Dorado, Clark*ville and
Foltom !
CARRYING THE IT. S. MAILS
And Wells, Fargo A Co’s Express.
COACHES leave Placerville daily In time to con
nect with the cars of the Sacramento Valley
Railroad to Secraraento. Returning,
Leave Polsom on the arrival of the morning train
from Sacramento.
Also, leave Placer>ille dally for Virginia Citv, via
Strawberry, Van Sycklc's, Genoa, Carsoii City,Silver
City and Gold Hill.
None hut gentlemanly and experienced dri
vers are employed.
Passengers registering their names will be
called for in any part of the city.
OFPICLS—At the Cary House, and at the Nevada
House, Upper Placerville.
LOUIS NcLAKE A CO.,
Proprietors.
TnEO. F. TRACY, Agei t.
Placerville, October 4th, 1862.
Sacramento Valley Railroad and Sac
ramento, Placer and Nevada R. R.
From Sacramento to auburn station
IN TWO HOURS.-—On and after October lftth
the passenger cars of the above named roads will be
run as follows:
CP TRAIN
Will leave Sacramento at 6# a. w., 1 and 4 p. m.
Leave Folsom at 1)4 a. m., and 5% r. m.
Down traijrs
Leave Auburn Station at 6 and 10)4 a. m.
Leave Folsom at 7 a. m., 12 a., and 5# P. m.
ON SUNDAY one train only, leaving Sacramento
at 6 1 ' a. v., and Auburn Station at lot* a. m.
The 6)4 a. a. and 4 p. a. trains running through to
Auburn Station.
Passengers for Placerville and Carson Valley will
take stapes and for Lincoln, change cars, at Folsom,
on the arrival of the 6)4 a. a. train, and those for
Auburn Station retain their seats.
Suitable arrangements having been trade for the
reception of freight at Auburn Station, it will here
after be received at Sacramento for that point. For
ratas of toll apply at the office.
TICKET OFFICE, opposite the cars, on
Front street, under the What Cheer House.
decl8 J. P. ROBINSON, Sup’t.
ARE vor IK AGOXY ?
A Well Spring of Hope Tor All
CAN BE FOUND IN
HOLLOWAYS PILLS.
BE OP GOOD CHEER!
THE SLNKING MAT BE SAVED !
BV THE USE OF
HOLLOWAY’S OINTMENT.
THE history of these great Remedies is the most
wonderful medical revelation that the world has
ever knoaru. It establishes the all-important Cart
that wherever, and in whatever shape internal uts
ease exists, the disinfecting, searching and healing
properties of the Pills are fully equal to its subjection
and cure, and that, with the Ointment, they a. „•
The Great Ambassadors of Health to
All Mankind.
This is not a history written by one man or even
derived from the experiences of one nation. It con
sists of a compilation of the testimonials from the
sick of every country—an unimpeachable record,
the like of which has never been adduced in favor of
any discovery or invention since time began.
These Mighty Healers, World-Known
and World-Tried,
ARE A BOON TO THE SICK.
The want of a sterling medicinal to meet the ills
and necessities of the suffering portion of humanity,
and one entirely free from mineral and other delete
rious particle?, was severely felt till this all-powerful
medicine was ushered into the world ; Holloway’s
Invaluable Pills have become the HOUSEHOLD
REMEDY of all nations. Their attribute is to PRE
VENT as well as CURE; they attack the radix or
root of the complaint, and thus, by removing the
hidden cacse of disease, reinvigorate and restore
the drooping energies of the system, assisting nature
in her task of vital and functionary reformation.
DISORDERS OF THE STOMACH
Are the sources of the deadliest maladies. Their
effect is to vitiate all the fluids of the body, and to
send a poisoned stream through all the channels of
circulation. Now, what is the operation of the Pills?
They cleanse the bowels, regulate the liver, bring the
relaxed or irritated stomach into a natural condi
tion, and, acting through the secretive organs rpoN
THK blood iTPELr, change the state or the system from
sickness to health, by exercising a simultaneous and
wholesome effect upon all its parts and functions.
WOMAN IN ALL HER DIFFI
CULTIES
Is invited to test the regulating and restorative
powers of this harmless hut effective preparation.—
At the two epochs of life in which the female system
undergoes the most important and critical changes,
the Pills will prove a positive safeguard against evil
consequences. They are also confidently recom
mended as a specific In every disorder to which fe
males are exclusively subject.
BE IT UNDERSTOOD
That the above statements can at all times be ver
ified by the written testimony (extending through a
quarter of a century) of tens of thousands of un
impeachable witnesses.
BILIOUS MALADIES, &c„ Ac.
In whatever form disease attacks the liver, it Is
repelled and exterminated by this searching.painless
and irresistible curative. Bilious remittents, bilious
purging, and all the ordinary disorders of the organ,
indicated by pain in the right side and between the
shoulders, yellowness of the whites of the eyes,weak
ness and debility, Ac., are relieved and removed by
the remedy, with a celerity which astonishes the suf
ferers and their friends. Let the sick, whom the fac
ulty have abandoned, rerort with confidence to this
powerful anti-bilious agent, and a restoration to
health and activity will be the unvarying result.
DYSPEPSIA, DIARRHCEA,
WEAKNESS, Ac., Ac.
The terrible bodily and mental pangs which char
acterize dyspepsia are at once mitigated by the Pills.
Diarrhoea, constipation, head-ache, physical prostra
tion, nervous tremors, hot flushes, spasms, affections
of the kidneys, hemorrhoids or piles, and, in fact, all
internal complaints, from whatever cause arising,
give way before the salutary influence of this extra
ordinary remedy. As a specific for dyspepsia and
the disorders connected with It, or growing out of it,
the Pills are always to be relied on when every other
medicine and mode of treatment has utterly failed.
Holloway'* Pill* are the Beat Remedy known in
the World for the following Disease*:
Asthma,
Bowel Complaints,
Coughs,
Colds,
Chest Diseases,
Costiveness,
Liver Complaints,
Stone and Gravel,
Headach,
Indigestion,
Influenza,
Inflammation,
Inward weak-
Venereal Affections,
Dyspepsia,
Diarrhoea,
Dropsy,
Debility,
Fever and Ague,
Female complaints, ness,
Low Spirits, Piles,
Secondary Svmptoms,
Worms of all kinds.
|3T~ CAUTION!—None are genuine unless the
words 44 Holloway, New York and London,” are dis
cernible as a Water-mark in every leaf of the book
of directions around each box; the same may be
plainly seen by holding the leaf to the light. A
handsome reward will be given to any one rendering
such information as may lead to the detection of any
party or parties counterfeiting the medicines or
vending the same, knowing them to be spurious.
**,9old at the manufactory of Professor Holloway,
60 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respectable
Druggists and Dealers in Medicine throughout the
United States and the civilised world, in boxes at *25
cents, 69 cents, and $1 each.
. There i> considerable laving by taking the
larger sites.
N. B.—Directions for the guidance of patient, in
(Teig disorder areafflxed t» each box. [sopl»yl]
hotels, Restaurants, Etc.
THE CART HOUSE,
UM STRICT PLACERVILLR.
JAS. W. CULLEN PROPRIETOR.
»ugI2
ORLEANS HOTEL,
Corner Main and Sacramento Street!,
FLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA,
J. H. Vanderbilt Proprietor
(Formerly of the Carj House.)
THE nOUSR hiring been thoroughly orerhauled
remodeled ind newly furniehed with elegant
furniture, we are prepared to accommodate the
traveling public In liner style than any hotel in the
city. Having had eiteuslve ciperience as a caterer,
mu <V".' nrmf At ,minv ... K"“ •
not fail to be well cared 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.
Meals
Lodging
1ST House open nil night.
50 eta.
50 and 75 “
14tf
PLACER HOTEL,
M AIX 8TRE ET PLACERVILLE.
RICHARD KIENNE PROPRIETOR.
The undersigned having again taken ,
charge of the Placer Hotel, respectfully 1
•solicits the patronage of his Vi friends J
and the public generally, and assures them that no
pains shall be 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 Placerville, offers supe
rior inducements to residents and the traveling pub
lic. The TABLE will always be supplied wit! the
best viand* to l*e had in the market, and the Lodg
ing department will ever be clean ami comfortable.
{ttr Prices in accordance with the times.
July! RICHARD KIENNE.
BAYLEY’S EXCHANGE,
[Late Morse’s)
A. J. Ba> leyr Proprietor
(Of Bayley’s Ranch, El Dorado Co.)
MTHIS house is situated 8? miles from P’aoer
ville, on the Ogilby’s Road, near the junction
of the LI Dorado County Hoad and the Ogil
by grade.
I Good accommodations for teamsters, packers and
l the traveling public generally.
llay and Barley always on hand in quantities to
suit. Prices in accordance with the times.
may9-3m
RIVERSIDE HOTEL,
Mac miles West of Strawberry sod Kant of Plikcerrllle,
On Henry and Swan’s New Road.
THE undersigned having made every
arrangement fur the accommodation of
* TEAMSTERS AND TRAVELERS, as- ,
s Ui'e* Hum that all who favor him with
their patronage, shall be entertained in a manner
that cannot fail to give satisfaction, and at very
low prices.
Purchasing everything the season affords, and
employing the best of cooks, he pledges himself to
spread before the patrons of bite Riverside, 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 an l Barley al
ways on hand and for sale cheap.
junTyl J. W. BARRON, Proprietor.
SAN FRANCISCO NOISE,
J. H. MILLER. PROPRIETOR.
This Hotel, located on the stage road from
T**?* Placerville to Nevada Territory, 42 miles eart
Placerville, and 3J& miles west of Straw
berry Valley, afford? the best of accommodations to
Teamsters and Travelers. Every pains r. ill te taken
to give entire satisfaction, In entertainment and
charges, to all who may favor it with their patron,
age. A share of is respectfully solicited.
aug2tf J. U. MILLER.
LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT.
REMOVAL.— AUGUST ORT.of the Lafayette
i.estayrant, would respectfully inform his
friends and patrons that he has re;aored to the
house recently occuf* ; ed by Miss Riley, on COLOM
STREET,(near the Preshyterir.n Church), wh» re he
will be happy to serve all who may favor him with a
call.
SUPPERS for private parties, gotten up iti*
heretofore. Pert'.cular attention pai l to orders for
WEDDING CAKES, ICE CREAM, </z anything in
the Confectionery line. icptb
ARCADE REST AC RANT,
MAIN STREET, PLACERVILLR,
John Marcovich, Proprietor.
The undersigned having rented the
above named establishment, has refitted
y and furnished it in the finest style, and
is prepared to furnish his patrons with
every luxury or delicacy the market afTurds.
GAME, TURKEY, CHICKEN AND
OYSTER SUPPERS
Furnished at short notice and in any desired style.
Ball Suppers Prepared to Order.
!KT Good Lodging, by the r ight or week.
t W Open All Mght ! fll
sept!3 JOHN MARCOVICH.
TIIE I'XIOX SALOON,
Corner Main and Coloma streets,
p. j. McMahon proprietor.
OLD SHERRY AND FORT WINE
BY THE BOTTLE.
vr Entrance on Colotna street. [feb!
KNICKERBOCKER SEGAR STAND.
FIXE CIGARS AX'D TOBACCO
FHESH FRUITS,
SITS AX’D CAX'DIES.
THE undersigned haviug purchased the KNICK
ERBOCKER 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
dies, at theSuiry lowest prices.
uug23 JAMES L. WEYMOUTH.
EAGER BEER CELLAR!
LARGEST MUGS AND BEST LAGER
IN THE CITY!
THEODORE Eisfeldt. Fbkd. Taotmkier.
EISFELDT & TAGTMEIER,
HAVING purchased the interest of A. KOIILER
in the MOUNTAIN BEER CELLAR (K rah tier’s
I 0, 'l stand), ask of the public a continuance of their
patronage, at the same time promising that the oar
shall always be supplied with the best lager and the
largest mugs to be found in the city.
HEADQUARTERS OF THE PLACERVILLE
IIXTOST BRASS BAND !
JET - Music furnished for Processions, Dulls, Ac
at reasonable rates. Orders left at the Cellar wli
be promptly attended to. [nov!6]
FRED. SIEG’S
BEER SALOON
AND —
billiard HALL !
• CORNER CENTER AND COLOMA STREETS,
FLACERVILLE.
Choice Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.
Free Luncli at all Hour*.
dotH—tf
jRiscellancous Stobertising.
W. BARTBA1W,
DEALER IN
DOORS, WINDOWS
AMD
BLINDS!
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION!
At San Francisco Prices and Freight.
Also, i8Wb<a»?
SUGAR FINE AND COMMON
LUMBER!
T. AND O. FLOORING DRESSED
LUMBER, v
Shingles, SliaMes, Latlis, Etc.,
Main Street, Placerville.
ry All orders promptly and faithfully attended
t o. aeptlf7yl
W. L. MARTLET
HOPSE: SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTER,
Glacier and Paper-Hanger.
CARRIAGES, Banners,Flap*,Transparcneies. Re
galias ike , Painted at pi ices to soil the times.
WIIDUW GLASS.
Just Received and for Sale, CHEAP FOR CASH,
10,000 Feet of Window Glass
All sites, from SxlO to 30x40. Al>o,Pl’TTTi ,and ul
Lind* of
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
9malt«. Turpentine, Brushes, Gilt Moulding, Gold
Leaf. Bronte, k>‘.
tro rdrr* from ihe country, for work or ma
ttrial,promptly attended to.
. 1 W. L. MARTI K.
1 july4 Main st., near Stony Point, Placervllle.
ASSAY OFFICE.
COPPER,
SILVER,
AND GOLD ORES
CAREFULLY ASSAYED!
A. C. ARVIDSSOX,
[aprl9] Main street. Tlacerville.
HON. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM’S
RECORD OX
Abolition, Slavery, and the
Civil War.
Till? WORK contains complete and accurate
copies of Mr. Vailandiuham’s prili2ip.il
1 Speeches, on tlie subject# abuve nallied. A ? >,
parts of mar.) other Speeches, with letters, inci
dents, votes, etc., etc. Thewoik has been care
fully edited and it i* beli»vedt» present. fiairly
and correctly, the political record and }to»itioii of
\ man uln*ee views, in relation t»- the ca >e# «>f
our National troubles, ai d the right reu ed.e# for
them, attracting an extraordinary amount of
| public attention.
The wor’. i» c.r. good, substantial paper. CS *
pages. Urge *»vo , and »s orhaineutid with a o n
finely executed steel engraved i.ker.es* of Mr.
YalUudighaiu.
Price —Bauer cover#, frt cents: Cloth, $1.0' —
i delivered by Mail or Express. prepaid, on receipt
of the price. Wholesale—Papt r rivers. per
dozen ; Cloth. $**.00 —Transportation to be p .i l by
the purchaser.
| The retail prices are a little more than first
, named. This is necessary in coi.#««juence of a
: considerable increase in the size of the book ; also
the addition of the engraving.
Svnd orders, with money enclosed, to fVinuibu#,
Ohio, addressed to J. II. Kile\ \ Co., or to Guv.
Medary, oftice ul “The Crisis.”
REDUCTION IN PRICES
TO Sl'BSCKI TIERS.
a TTENTION is called to the following list of
American ami Foreign Periodicals, for which 1
receive subscription*. Permanent urranvemer.*#
having been made by the United 2*ta**-s 4.i*’V*-rn
roent lor the carrying <•! the maiis from the A.Un
tie Stages by stvan -r three times a month, 1 am
ready to receive subscriptions at a inucii lower
rate than formerly. The-ame care and attention
will be t-u l t i th • forwards: ,• <*f all pa kafor
which th:.’ e.-taboshtim-nt ha? -•». • 1 »u-h au envia
ble reputation througho’t th Pa/ific Coast. ®
ATLANTIC PERIODICALS.
ran rm.
Harper’s Monthly Magatiae > %
God-y* f.r.«P. '- Book
.Atlantic Montliiy— .. 3 -•
. Leslie’s Family Magnaine 3 ,v
Knickerbocker *V‘
l Contiuental Monthly. 3
Peterson’s Lades’ MaSMtine .... So,,
Arthur’s Home Mag* me 3 <•"
Ladies’ Repository 3 ho
Talcs rf the Day s •'**
Monthly Novelette 3 b
Eclectic Magazine 6 "»»
Hunts* Merchants’ Magasme 0
Bankers’ Magazine
Le Bon Ton
Brownson’s R view
Hra'thwaite Retrospect ..
Turf Register (yearly ...
Ballou's Magazine
Yankee Notions (comic).
Lcstie’a Budget of Fun (Comic).
t\ i
:1 ihi
2 mi
2 5'*
2 >
.. :J fmi
i Nix Nax (comic) . 2 '**•
. Comic Mont) 1 y ... 2 no
! Phunny Phellow (comic) 2 5o
New York Weekly Herald 8 •*»
! New York Police Gazette 3 .%■
New York Clipper 8 ho
N» w York Home Journal 3 ,%•
New York Weekly Tribune 3
New York Sunday Atlas 3 bo
New York Sunday Times 8 ho
New York Sunday Dispatch 3 ,Vi
! New York Sunday Mercury 3 f*i
New York Sunday Courier 3 bo
New Yoik Week'v Times 3 5u
New York World 3 «’*»
New York Journal of Commerce !> fm
New York Independent 8 f»u
New York Ledg< r 8 ini
New York Leader 3 on
New York Leslie’s Pictorial 3 5y
New York Harper s Weekly 3
New York Illustrated News 3 fm
New York Leslie'* Zeitung (German) 3 &o
New York Demokrat 3 *s»
New York Criminal Zeitung 3 .*si
New York Family Blatter . 3 fti
New York Vanity Fair..... 3 So
New York Irish American 3 .%»
, New York Scientific American 3 ,v»
j New York Wilkes'Spirit of the limes .... 3 f*»
■ New York Tablet 3 ,«,»•
. New York Country Gentlemar 8 5u
New York Weekly 3 V»
New York Mercury 3 5o
New York Herald of Progress 3 SO
New York Scottish American Journal 5 ihi
New York Albion 6 no
New York Eco d'ltalia (Italian) S On
' New York La Cornica (Spanish) 12 no
! Doaton Weekly Journal 3 5n
Boston Flag of our Union.. 3 50
; Boston Pilot 3 {Jo
Boston Waverly Magazine 8 SO
Boston Banner of Light 8 SO
Boston True Flag 8 So
; Boston Investigator 8 So
' Boston Literary Companion 8 So
i Boston Littell's Living Age J ih)
Philadelphia Forney’s War Press 8 SO
Philadelphia Dollar Newspaper 8(h)
Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post 8 SO
Baltimore W’eekly Sun 8 50
Louisville Weekly Journal 3 SO
Cincinnati Weekly Commercial 3 (Ml
St. Louis Weekly Republican 3 Jhj
FOREIGN PERIODICALS.
' London Illustrated News, with supplement. .$14 00
1 Landon Weekly Dispatch 13 00
London Illustrated News of the World 14 no
j London Illustrated Times 32 00
j London Weekly Times ; 10 no
London Bell’s Life 13 (M)
London Atoenmum 12 00
. London Punch g On
1 London Once & Week 8 On
i Liverpool Wilmer and Smith’s Times IS on
Dublin Nation 13 oo
Cornhill Magazine C 00
Temple Bar Magasloe ] 6 00
8t. James Magazine 6 00
Loudon Lancet * g Qi)
London World of Fashion 6 00
Chambers’ Journal 4 )M)
All the Year Round, Dickens g
London Art Journal " iq gg
Blackwood’s Magazine 4 00
Westminster Quarterly Review . .!!.. !! S 00
North British Quarterly Review ” " 8 00
Edinburgh Quarterly Review 8 00
Loudon Quarterly Review ”* 3 gg
The four Reviews and Blackwood ! 13 00
Subscription* received for all the San Francisco
dailies, at publishers’ prices.
i Ne »K Spa J? er ’ „ ® Rzin e or Review not men
tioned in the above list will be furnished to order.
Orders for Book., Manic, Fancy Articles, Ac., filled
promptly at the lowest market rates. Subscriptions
payable Invariably In advance. Address,
J. STRATI*AN,
News Agent, San Francisco.
july23tf
(•Groceries, liquor*, Etc.
W. 91. DONAHUE,
WH0LE8JL* DEALER IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
WINES AND LIQUORS,
OPPOSITE TI1E THEATRE,
MAIN STREET, PLACERVILLE.
[juljr D]
BRILLIANT SUCCESS!
THE FIHST GUN OF TEE SEASON
IN OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY!
Jl'ST RECEIVED at EASDECKEU'S
ORIGINAL STAND, corner of Main and
.Sacramento street?, opposite the Orleans
Hotel, a large and well sheeted Nock of
FAMILY GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, MINERS’ SUPPLIES,
GRAIN, WINES AND LIQUORS,
0 THE BEAKDd Of
CHOICE T BACC AND BEGARS!
Constantly ou hand, the bust qualities of
Crushed $ugar ( • Old Rl° Coffee,
Yellow u
China “
Peruvian “
Powdered '
Fine Syrups,
f*oapi, awn'll,
Candles,
, Maekei cl,
Of*' era.
Olivr Oil
Coal Oil,
Starch.
Costa Uica
Manilla ••
Java “
‘ Ground. “
Teas. Green,
•• Black,
•* Japan,
Spices
Sardines,
LohMei i,
Pickles,
Lard,
Ham.*,
Bacon,
Canmhcne,
B* st Brand* of Fir nr.
I T1IF BFST QUALITY OF BITThR. in p rt-d di
1 rectly from the East, at prices which defy all
| competition.
l*urehaM-rs would do Well to five me a call before
, buy I njr t N* where, for “ One dollar saved is as gt« d
I as two dollars earned.”
The subscriber respectfully •rlu-ita t continuance
j of the patronafe heretofore so liberally eatrr.d*-d to
him. He is determined to sell everything *n his line
at prices to suit the limes, and will not be underbid
1 f" r CA>H or its equivalent.
rr- Goods delivered to all parts of the City free
of charge.
L. IaANDECKER,
Corner Main and J*teranu-rifo J*tr*-*ts,
Opporitc the Orleans Hotel,
ju!y13 l'lucervillc.
L. R. RICHARDSON A CO.,
(Successors to GEO. F. JONES,)
DEALEBS IN
Groceries, Provisions. Liquors,
Crockery, Hardware, etc.,
At the Old Mam!,
SIGN OF “ No. 9.”
‘r-’lrr* 1 promptly attended to, and goods de
liver* d free uf eh..nre.
4*tf I.. B •KICIIAKDM'N X CO.
CAMPHENE. BURNING FLUID,
OIL, ALCOHOL, ETC.,
Received weekly from the Original
Pacific Oil nail Camphcne Works,
Ever, Package Warranted Full M» a.ure,
FOR SALE AT LOWEST PRICES
tr n xo. n.
ESTABLISHED I960.
PETER LORILLARD,
Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer
10 and 18 Chambers Street,
(Formerly 42 Chatham Street,) New Y. rk,
«»rLD call the attention • f Peal* rs to the ar
t.cles of his manufacture, v.x,:
BROWN SNUFF:
MaraLny, Dtmigro*,
F.r.’ Kapptf, Bure Virginia,
Coarse Ru»Ka«'hitt«-hr!*.
American Gentleman, Copcuhag* n.
YELLOW SNUFF:
Scotrh. Honey Dew Srnirh.
Iltgh T'-ast Scotch, Fresh II y lb w c cotch,
Irish High Ti'ai-t, Frr»L Scotch,
or Lundy F • t,
{Qr Attention is . ailed t > th»* Lire- red irt on in
pr: -cj ot Fine-Cut Chew. .* an.I j»m.kii g Tvbaecos.
which will be f'jsir.d of a «»i|.#r»‘-r quality.
TOBAOCO:
SHOEING. F1M-CCT CHfWISQ. PM’ItSO.
Long, P. A. L.,or plain, P. Jngo,
No. 1, Cavend'sh, or Fwee», Fpnr» «h.
No 'it F'-eMed Canister,
No’s 1 A 2 i: ‘xed, lit) F ill C" •tt* Jja.., Turkish
Granulated.
N. B.—A c.rcularof prices w.ll he font on appli
. catu.n.
New Yt rk, May 231. 1*61.
fma‘2 >-!yl
’• Here «t a I Pm,« 1 1., I*.- ; *• » r,Mi m'iifct*in,
l'ua*»r-t t j iu iueucc au<i ubLrit*-i t* «uiu
MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT
Newspaper, Hook aud Job
PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT,
Colsna Street, Vortlt of the Bridge.
PLACERVILLE.
Th- Proprietors ofthe Mnrsrmx Df.motr it Printing
kstah!i«l<m**nf. **<*rh»-wing all egotism,annoULct witu
confidence that they have the
Beat mud Greatest Facilities
For the prompt, correct and careful execution of all
the various descriptions of
PIRI^THSTG
To be found anywhere North of Pan Francisco—
which ficts they ar* 1 prepared to prove by Mrcular
demonstration to all who may desire anything in
their line, from
A Poster to a Visiting Card!
Being fully convinced of the fact that the prices
f“ r Printing, like all other things in Cali
ifo.-nia, have greatly decreased within the past year
we have accordingly bought and put into operation
all the latest and most desirable
LABOR-SAVING MACHINERY
Known in the business; and are thus enabled to
compete with kvkn Ban Francisco—thereby com
plitely nullifying the hitherto good argument that
“ Money could be saved by sending below for print
ing." Our slock of
CARDS, BILL AND FANCY PAPER,
Is always of the best quality, selected with due re
gard to the wants of our immediate neighborhood •
and, being in constant communication with our
Agent In San Francisco, anything sew, or of novel
nisinN, Introduced there, can be speedily transmitted
to us.
Having thus enumerated our facilities and i
mination to do all classes of work so that fault
NOT be found with prices or eiecution, we will
reiterate that
BOOKS AXD CA TAI.OGVES.
POSTERS AXD 11AXDB1LIS ,
PROGRAMMES AXD CIRC VIAL
IX VITA TIOXS AXD TICK El
BILL READS, FREIGHT B1
BUSTXESS CARDS AXD TAGS,
BOX AXD BOTTLE LABELS,
CERTIFICATES OF STOCK,
BAXK CHECKS, RECEIPTS
In any desired colors or style, will be printed
AT FIFTY PER CENT. LE
Than former prices, and In the same style tha
always been the commanding feature of pri
emanating from the office of the
MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT.
Those who have hitherto patronised us are
•atisfied that what we have above announced is
strictly correct; those who have not yet patronized
us, oeed only make one trial to be convinced. We
STom th r*^'? AL "“"“a. »nd are fully capable of
fulfilling to the letter all we promiswhere.
GELWICK8 A JANUARY,
legal SlibertfjsemetUg.
IN THK DISTRICT COCKT oV^
Twelfth Judicial Diatrlct of the State of r.,!?*
ula, In and for the City and County or San
THE GR08CH CONSOLIDATED OOLn 'l?®'
SILVER MINING COMPANY, Plaintiffs..
GOULD A CURRY SILVER MINlNGrcoXaTSt
AND HENRY T. P. COMSTOCK, DeferTdMG**
Action brought In the Diatrict Court of the Two..
Judicial District of the State of Callfornl* i
for the city and County of San Francisco aia*.5*
complaint filed In said city and county of San a
dsco. In the office of the Clerk of said iti.t.i.., n'*®”
The People of the State of California sens
ing to The Gould A Curry Silver Minina t'lJl?*'
jtnb IS.My 7. P. Coinslock, defendants: ® "*® E ? ;
You are hereby required to appear In an
I brought against you by the above named Pl/nSi
! in the District Court of the Twelfth Judicial m2!?*
j of the State of California, in and for the citv
! county of San Francisco, and to answer th/
plaint filed therein within ten days fexclusive nftaT
day of service), after the service on you of this.,
mons, if served within this county ; or ir serves 1 !
| of this county, but in this District, wtthln ism®*’
i days; otherwise within forty days, or
default will be tut.cn against you accordingtUM*
prayer of said complaint. u * *® “a
The said action Is brought to obtain the following;
i First—ThaUan account may be taken of alt it
products of the Gould k Cnrry mines while ttie « r
have been iu the possession of the defeudtnai ST.
flier of them, and tlmt tm Aefenkants may hftZ
creed to |>ay to the plaintiffs three-quarters'thTJST
with Interest from the lime the same was r.—2*7
by them respectively. tc crTra
Fecund —That the sai l Gould A Curry Silver 1st
ning Company, its officers, arid agents, mar he "
joined from making any dividend* or in any maa!®"
distributing any poition of the receipts or
said Company amongst the stockholders thereof n»!
til the amount found due the plaintiffs shall k. r.2l
paid. ** *uy
Third—That a Recrirer nmy he appointed of Ik.
property and effect* of the aaiel Gould A Curry aa#!*
Mining Company, at.dth.it on the amount dur tkl
plaintiffs a* aforesaid being ascertained, he muk*
directed and required to collect the same front tk!
property said Gould A Curry Silver MinlngCW
party, so far a* the same will g„, ,„d the bsl.k
fr. to th, Ftmkh.d Irr, thereof |irn rata, ae.-orihimru
n.t i.f sink owned by litem respectively w
ipuny.and tu pay the same to said hisiLtifT
■That tlo said plaintiff, may kare «2k
other decree or r.lief herein 11 totw
tk#
kgrerakl* la
the an,out.t ,
sa,d Ctiiipany.an.l to pay the same to said PUleeaT
F*-artli—Th»t tfiv said »aiRi*«*iii« «— »- *****
further nr <
Court shrill >»;rni ruett ai-J phall Lc
equity, with'cevt*.
Ami jr«*u ar** hrr. hr notified that if T r.u fail t©»*.
Joar and answer the raid complaint at shown!
!: **'■ 1 phuntiff. wdl apply lu the Courtbr
i Ut!ii:ii:<1ed m The complaint.
-c , Gin n under toy ban and seal of th,
ssai. , H-ft t.-t Court of the Twelfth Judicial hi.
■ ,u.t h,'
qjtr
til** I
♦ M
the c ty ai.ti
t. of thi* stair of till ___
■ i*»ti Fr.mcisc©, thia 17th
ot tu t. her. in the y**ar of our Lord one thuuuoi
tight l.ur.Urtil ittiti vvtv-thnc.
HM. LOEW V. Clerk,
IV r IVw. K S trrtRLXK, Dep CTk
F.w.l. Tompkins. Plaint iff-* Att’y. octSlal
SUMMONS.
(JTATE OF CALIFORNIA. County of FI —
g? Hi 4 .—In the District Court of tlie Eleventh JadL
tin. District.
Action brought in the District Court of the H fT .
enth Judicial 1> *tri t an I the complaint filed la
the County • f Kl Dorado, in the office of th# Clerk
<-f Diitr.it Cuuit, ir. and fvr said Coustt ».j
Plate. 7
The People of the Ft ate of California, to <J.w
Be vis. [*• f« in la i t. (» r* t: ,'i,g;
You are Fete! y nquii* «i t#. appear in an arfoa
bright akaii't you by Math* Hey k Lt*i>. IMaiotifc,
in the D.-tr:• » C. iirt of the K'Stv-nih Judicial Dw
trs- t in at i fur th# County of FI Dorado, and tou*
• w r th- complaint Med therein oft the Ifkhdsy *f
Novel:.her. A D ,**».{, w tf. n li ti <!a\» inclusive af
th- day ** r — rvie- • :i ft -r th- T-rTirr or. you of this
stirr'tnor. 8 — if * * rve.l Wi’hin fhu lYunty ; if RerrH
out «»; th . C. ur.ty. hut « thin tins Judicial DistHd
n twenty . .. r , ,f s* r\- 1 out of #»..! Diftrid!
th n w.th.n * rty days—or j . !?:u- nt by default will
be taken hkT.Vl.-t \ U.
Tf v -a..I ait 'i ».« br< uiht to obtain judyneii
i.« , t y , , i • r th- *uin of •, W" !•»•. atnount due
Paul IVvr t ff* *i|e--, \ certain protnissory Fote made
by you in Uv r - 1 i'laint If-. December .‘id. l<4, tm
s * .1 am* lit. W ’.. r.tcri*: at th# rat-of
P* r n.or.th not.I p% d . ant! if t, u Sil to appear and
at.-wi t ** *1 coti'plaint a* ab* v.- r-quirrd. the said
I’ia u! :T* w.!l t a A- judymei.t acaioa: you for said
saw. i:itrre*t at.,1 c w *?s. acccidm; to the prajerof
said c-tnplaiiit.
" *»**/’■ «• I? F Mr hi* Jtdge of said District
Court • th* Flev* r th Judicial District.
I - —’-* , . Attft ii y hand, and the S'-al of laid
f %l i • "*rt it. and f. r sa d County of Kl Dara-
! ' K <■ »« the City of
I a * rtw.e, t. « t.e D* d.*y of November. A. D.
TIIOMAH It PATTKN. Clerk.
F. A. HornbloWer, All y for ITffs. sjo,
SUMMONS. "
O TATE OF C A f.I Foil VIA, County of FI Dorado.-
!*> — In the D.atri> t Court of the lltb Judicial
b.<ru t.
AiC.-r. brought n the I» strict C* urt of the Eler
er;t! Juu «' I -tr - t. at.J the complaint filed in U»t
County ,.f FI Dorad .. in the # v f the CWk af
s#» .i Di*ir., t Court .n and for said Co ur.ty an*i fitate.
.. T ::; *’•; I *•- ■ f 'l* Hud «.f California, to DIN CAN
M I.FAN. Defer.riant, <*re**tlng:
ou are ho ruby irtpi'r* d p, fc pp# ar in ao aetira
t «ra x.st y. u by Margaret A McLean, Plain*
: fT. in o - I'-'tr*. t C jit of the KV vrnth Judicial
D str ■ t. it. and f. r tie County of FI Dorado, and to
:i: *» r t* C I -I filrd ther r . on tl.e Jfi-t day of
v l‘ 1 ' n r - A I» 1*** »r*h n ten days towrlusire of
*J * '* i * the service on voi of tbla
e.n <■. • f *er i. J « in M * county . if served «®l
f th,* coat ty. hut w •» r. thl.<Ju liuda! District.with
,M twenty da\*. .r, «erY*d cut f sj A District,
tV - n wit Liu :'i.ity -Uy. ..e, ( f by pnhbcation, three
■■ ’’ • f r r* ! V- d*r* thrrti f, ur judgment by dcfaidl
wii! bt Ukuu against y« j
lh* *#;d a.'Vuti ;w hr* »*gM to oM tin judgment anfi
* *’ • • • . i aid ring the koti da of matri
t! y e<.«: • • betwe-u \ u mil the said Plaintiff,
>1 A. >D‘L«an, 1 ,f f a) | t 0 apf*ear ao<l an
•w r t!„ k, j •, j ; J,:n v (t ;i< above r-qu r-d, the said
1’isa.ttt T t.»ke judpm* nt a*:* n«t you for said de
' r ‘' -jJ'it and cost-, according to the prayer of
•aid ccn.p’aU't.
M .tries*, tl , It F Mvrcv. Judge of »aid District
Ccr.rt of the F« venth Judiria! District.
' i j AMe.-t, my hand, and the seal of said
, b ( C'’-rt. r. u i f. f County of Kl Dorado,
1 r-t.< .,ffx d. nt office in the Caj of Pla*
Ct rYrtlle. This th** lft*d d,*v of September. A I) litfi.
THOM At* K. PATTEN. Clerk.
M. K. PcKakKA. p;ff < Atty. sep2fimfi
CONSTABLES SALE.
I .FT virtue r.f jin Fve.ution tome directed, Ha®*4
F ’ t <*f th* C" irt < f James Mi C.'rniifk, a Joftiew
j of th-Peace in an«i f <*r th-Township nf Mud ?pHofff
County ..f F.I lb-rath*, and Mule of Calf rnia. upon
a j'i * :.t r*'.'1-red therein on the -■*’h day of Oe
*'d-r, A. D n favor of Chari* * White and
a r* ‘' • f"r th- sum of $D"'tNi debt and
f.k' • ! 1 *t» "f suit, together with arcruinjr costa,
I have It vie I ur.vi and *u tit d. and wdl t x|*oSC for
sale at public a.:etion, tithe Idghe.-t bidder, on tbt
pr-r:: se*. about fif y yards West of Dugau't Hotel*
' itj Mud tyring* Town.h.p,
On the 21st day of December*
' A D. 1MB, at the hour of one oV!o« k. P M., all the
1 r srhl. title, irt'er-st and claim of the above named
d-fw-ndant, in m?.;I t.i the following dt-scrilied proper*
tv, ly:n>j a: d t** i: g m the Towiuhip of Mud tyrinff*
i County ami aforesaid, •* wit : That certain
Quartz Mining Company known as the Empire Qaart*
Mining Company, No ]. situated about fifty yard*
\'* st - f Dugan** Hotel, and said interest consist* ot
one share, *>r feet, more or less.
Given under my hand, this IMh day of NoverafiW,
A. D. 1»68. C. T. ROrfifilN,
ls Constable in and for said Township.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
OTATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of Kl Dorado.—
l In the County Court in and for said Count/.—
| Albert Adams vs. His Creditors.
In the matter of the petition of ALBERT ADAM*,
an Insolvent Debtor.
I Pursuant to an order on file herein, made by tha
lion. James Johnson, Jutlgo of the Court aforesaid*,
i notice h hereby given to all the creditors of said
! insolvent Debtor, Albert Adams, to l»e and appear
before the Court aforesaid, at the Court House of
said County in the City of Placerville, on the 14tb
day of December, A. D. 1*«3, at the hour ©MO o’clock
A. M. of said day, to show cause, if any they caa*
why the prayer of said insolvent debtor should no*
be granted, and an assignment of his estate ba
made, and he be discharged from his debts and Ha*
bilities in pursuance of the Statute in such easfi
made and provided. And, in the mean time,Rif
ordered that all judicial proceedings against said
insolvent dubter be stayed.
i i Witness ray hand and th* seal of
■i l. s. Court hereto affixed, at office In the Cltj o,
' Placerville, this lJth day of November, *,
D. Is6d. THOMAS B. PATTEN, Clerk,
Ily Oodix Synaaa, Deputy..
Bisdersos k IVii.LTiMB, Attys. for Petitioner.
Novembei 13, li63.—Ira*
ESTATE OP WILLIAM DAVIB,
DECEASED.
is hereby given by the undersigned, Ad,
i.” ministrator of the above named Estate, to tM
creditors of, and all persons having claims again#
said deceased, to exhibit the same, with the necessa
ry vouchers, wilhln ten months from the Hr# pa»]J--
cation of this Dotlce, to the underslgoed, at the offie*
of Sanderson k Williams, Main street, PlacerrlU*.
THOMAS EVA8T8,
Administrator.
Placerville, October 81st, 18*8,—lm
O. D. HALL, G. TALE.
Placerville, San Frandtco,
Practice Law in all the Courts of Utah.
Offices, at Carson and Virginia City. jeAO-tf
M. K. SHEARER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, ANft
NOTARY PUBLIC.
trW Office, at Residence, Mala attest, *****
doers above Bedford Avenue, Placer* iile. auih
Legal blanks of all Kmbs fob balm
at this office.

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