- <*ve dates
Angeles to the
,rbara to the Bth.
the Southern Vine
yard, that tuu v, .ah mail arrived at Los
Angeles on the 2Sth ult. The Mormons
were sti.l moving South. The carrier
reports that a number of the United
States government officers arc in Salt
Lake City, and that the troops are soon
ex pc etc d to occupy it.
A file of the Desert News, published
at Fillmore, from May 12th to June 2d,
had been received. It is suspiciously
; Let respecting the domestic affairs of 1
that Territory. Not one single word j
concerning its civil or political-religious
government. Not one word about peace I
or war—Gumming or Young—Tohnson
or Kane. Its parallelism between Utah
and Kansas is specious but false. Hav
ing discovered that the present Adminis
tration could not bo bullied by bluster
ing and treasonable denunciations, it
now appeals to the people, to let them
come into the Union as a State.
The same paper learns that Mr.
Daniel Tall, who, with a number of
passengers, left Sen Bernardino abont
the Ist ult., was stopped at Las Vegas,
while on the march, by about one hun
d-e i Indians, who threatened to massa
cre the whole party. They .succeeded
:ti effecting a compromise by giving the
Indians two horses, and their blankets
and provisions. Some of the families
which left Sn Hernardino last year
have returned, and all are greatly dis
satisfied with the Mormon affairs of
(lon. Hunt has gone in person to Salt
Luke City, where he will remain until
the present difficulties arc settled.
Tka statement which we made some
weeks since respecting the dissatisfac
tic n of Bio Mormon people, and which
was at. the time i- nied by the Mormons
t : an Hernardino, is now confessed by
sen. Those whose minds arc not com
pletely enslaved arc beginning to sec
and sneak out.
information was received yesterday
in the city, tint about one hundred Mor
mons had arrived at San Hernardino,
who report the on*'—" 'hversion of
Yoang’e ho ha
left for parts
An o' v
port of J
an cvconßir} / of,
Woods, who '"an i
arrived in m lor
took to build ; JBk ■ of the
settlements en „ocecde>l
very well, so far as h*sHp»r-rruction of
: Lc wood work of tha boat was concerned,
but when be had inn le the seams tight
and she was r- a iv to b.> launched, to bis
dismav he dUeov-Tcd that no cordage
■was to ahai in the territory, unless it
could b 1 procure 1 from the Hudson Hay
Com pa:: I ’. Woods had his doubts
•whether, . the purposes meditated by
-him, tl i imp i. . v,ho vero at that
time a i .rerun in the conn-ry, would
favor h - project. lie even ha I hK
suspicions that, knowing the use to which
ho meant to put. his vessel, tha crafty,
jealous -liriti-liera had bought up the
slim stock in the hands of the few Ameri
can storekeepers. Hat as nothing else
was to ho done except to abandon bis
enterprise, Woods finally went to the
Governor of tho Company to purchase
the necessary article. The -urbane
official receive! him with all the genial
warmth of a May morning, bade him be
.-e;: f ‘;d, disci: sped the prospects of the
crops, the fall emigration, etc., and when
uis visitor at last found an opportunity
to state the object of hi* call, ho ex
pressed the profonmlest regret that tin
*tate cf the Company’s supplies and
of the Company’s rules made it
quite impossible to accede to his wishes,
“It was really unfortunate,” etc. “Ho
would have been so much gratified,”
oto., et-c. Woods set a little while look
ing down and stroking the crown of an
old beccrer hat which had seen its b st
days long before it had found its way
nut into tho land of the beaver, and as
ho rose to depart, remarded.with an air
of nonchalance—-“it didn’t make much
-difference-nohow, he expected his Uncle
would com: out to Cregoc with money
enough to buy out tho Hudson Hay
raisin" his eyc
Cred.it in California, — A corres
pondent of the Bulletin , in a well writ
ten article upon the effect of the Frazer
river excitement, says:
A pernicious system of unlimited
credit throughout the country, and es
pecially in the mines, so long severely
felt and bitterly complained of, will now
react calamitously, though naturally
upon those who have departed so far
from the established principles of politi
cal economy and of common sense. Ex
perience and observation, as evidenced
in all past and recent excitements in
this country, prove to demonstration,
the irresponsible and transient character
of our population, and the slender ties
the country has upon them. They are
always on the qvi vice for something
new—it matters not how absurd, so that
it presents novelty and adventure —and
are prepared at any moment to enlist
and unite in any scheme—the more
Utopian, the more popular it is scon to
be, and the greater the number of re
crni‘9 it obtains This fact should in
itself be suffici nt to have induced a
very different system o. business than
the loose and unmethodical one gener
ally followed. Linked together in one
chain, as the business community is in
all countries, and peculialy so in Uali
fornia, where the mercantile interest is
identified, an illegitimate course it once
adopted, is not only ruinous to the party
who pr: c ices it, bur. like the virus of the
rattlesnake, it penetrates into and poi
sons every artery and branch of the
system. It is but yesterday that the
wealthy and powerful governments of
Europe were shaken and threatened by
a commercial crisis, which like a grain
of mustard seed, originated among a
few lan 1 grabbers and railroad dabblers
in the western wilds of America, and
which, spreading like the plague threat
ened for a lime to upset the commercial
equilibrium of the world. Any devia
tion from the beaten path of business is
a dangerous experiment, and the laws
of commerce- as inviolable as the law of
nature, exacts and receives redress for
any violation of its organic rules.
Rumored Murder of Frazer River
Adventurers bt Indians. Our
friend, John 0. Tipton, writing from
Vreka, on ‘ho 3 1 inst , to ,J. C. Doll Sc
Co., of this place, says: “J. S. Mc-
Conough told me yesterday that ho saw
a notice in an < ‘rogon paper of the mur
der of Stiles and his whole party by the
Indians, but there is nothing positive
•about it." 1 Mr. Stiles, it will bo remera
f wed, loi'f here In company with Elijah
C.auiir, a. Underbill, and three others,
some two nr three months ago, bound
for Frazer river by land. 'They took
with them some thrity five mules, and
in't ivLd to travel a new trail east of the
; Cascade mountains, and with that intent
1 loft the Oregon road at Yrcka, going in
! ‘.bo direction of Klamath Lake, from
whence their course lay north to-the
Dalles, on the Columbia river.
Martin Stiles is of the firm of Stiles
C-: Vanwinkle, and Mr. Underhill is a
par nor of J. M. Favorites, Usj , ail of
f is place. —Red Bl’if' Beacan of the
7 tk »nst.
I Whatcom and Seiiome— No Ri
jvAi.uv. —The Northern Light says:
, Dome of our distant readers rnav imag
■;!o, from the false statements made by
prejudiced letter-writers, that a vindic
tive rivalry exists between Whatcom and
Sehomo. Such is not the fact. The
interests of the two places are identical.
( heir geographical propinquity renders
this result inevitable Tho Ray extends
an r.rm in between them —in shape
something resembling an acorn —on the
opposite sides of which, nearly facing
each other, stand tba flouri-hing twin
sisters. Tho sea beach connects their
bases with a sand ligament, dotted all
| over with firmly-set piles and boundary
| stakes, to indicate the different lots of
i lucky purchasers. But a brief period
i will expire, from present appearances,
| till these piles become tho supports of
| stately edifices. Then (bo. two cities
, wiil cordially shako hands with each
i other, ami merge their destinies in one.
The citizens of Whatcom and Sehome
: are mutually and zealously working for
I the prosperity of Bellingham Bay.—
Their motto is that of the Three Guards
men —“Oue lor both, both for one.’’
217 CLAY STREET
(Opposite the Plaza Hotel,)
> ;.n no consulted on the Pasty FumtsT, and FrrrßK
' a the hours of 10 to 12 A. SI. aul 2tolo P. 1!.
| :ia, \
‘cution issuo l oat of Justice E.
jurt. Township So. 2, County anh
J • to mo direclec. in favor of Josephine
i nst Stephen Holme-!, I have seized and
shall expose lor sale at Public Auction
. Didder for cash, on the 27th day of July,
si 2 o’clock, I*. M. on the premises, the fol
:bed premises, to wit ;
us right, title and interest of the defendant,
pnen Holmes, of in and to a certain Livery Stable
*and lot ol laud situated in the village of Tut Uptown,
County and State aforesaid, abqut 50 yards South-west
of the TuUlatcwr, Mo :sw and known as Holmes’ Livery I
Stable. K V TIKKNEY,
July 7. 1«5« ‘,otis» H blc 1
CORNER MAIN AND PULTON STREETS,
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
C OXiU 3VI 33 X A .
TTTT! SUBSCRIBER WOULD Res
pectfully inform I»i*» friends anil the public gene
rally, that he has opened a first class Drinking Saloon
at the above place, which has been finished in a style
of unusual elegance, and furnished in most sumptuous
splendor, rendering it entirely unequalled 1 y any other
establishment in the State.
The Bar-PUlings and Furniture are of the most ex
quisite description, and have been selected from the
choicest qualities to be found in the States.
—A STOCK OF—
■Wiiioa mid Xiiqtiors
OF THE MOST SUPERLATIVE BRANDS,
WILL BE FOUND IN' THE BAR.
CIGAa.I of the Finest Flavor will always be kept, au-3
set every evening.
Friends and Gentlemen of the county are respectful
ly invited to call, and are assured that J)'>uglass' Saloon
will always ' o found worthy of their favor.
.A. T tllO — > tablish m.-nt re
arrive and ’depart commends itself to
from the Saloon. Vi v 1 'A siti. i- an’ 1 s*ran
and the entire es- uers, as the most
agreeable and lively resort in the town.
jan9:tf .1. B. DOUGLAS?.
Broadway Drug Store.
DR. r. GRAVES,
IMPORTER OF DRUGS, MEDICINES &C.
3:1 Door Above Slnte Street,
nAS just received and will keep eom-tantly on hand
a fiesh and superior assrrtment of PURE DRUGS
and Chemicals, Genuine Patent Medicines. Medical
Herbs. Pet '.mierv and a variety of other articles usual
lv kept In First Class Drug Stores ; all of which arc of
lereii for sale cheaper than can be obtained at any eth
er Drug Store in Columbia.
Apiil 10 If.
n:a'W <&<D<s>i2>3 s>
AND NEW PRICES.
FEW YORK CLOTH G STORE.
On Stats sf. nearly
THE Subscriber offers Tor sale lowed cash prices,
th » larsi -t :n i most fishionaote slock of Clothing
ever exhir.vG'd in I he Southern min“s.
Having purchased fnv cash, he can seu 20 per cent
cheaper than merchants who buy on credit.
Coats of all descriptions; Superfine Mack Frock
Coals, h ivy and fine Over Coats. Raglans. Talmas
and Business Coats ; tine black Po - si m Pants, t cc.ch
fancy Cashmere Pants : Mack, blue and gray Satiuett
Pants, fancy velvet and Business V s‘t. Itu is k Jones’
patent while nn i fancy Shirk—celebrate 1 fur wrl.c
and finish— : rcj, blur aur gray «*.eg S-Ulits, Gents-fur
nishing g.-ods of all descriptions.
Cadlaud examine before purchasing P vbr-'o,
Columbia, March 2T«i,-1258. ly.
DR. JAS. McCHESiMFY
TIE Proprietor having eatab
li-hed the first DRUG STORE in this place
is confident that he can furnish
a®ff«3 a mimmsm
Cheaper than anr other house in the county, and to
prove tho proposition, all articles will be sold at the
exceedingly low PRICE.’ enumerated:
Townsend's, bands'. Bail's and Guysotts- Tellnw Dock
A var's Cherry IV.tora!
'A'is tar's Ha! -tui of V.'il.i Cherry,....
Jaynes Ei.pecior.mt & Alterative ex.
( tsgood's India Cholagoguo,
BatehelJer’s Hair Dye,
Javne s Fairly nic.
Mrs. Kidder's rdUl
Hostelt t s Bitters .
Green Mt. Ointment
Dailey’s Pain Extractor
Trask's Magnetict liniment,.
WVght's. Lie's. Braodertha
Dale's Tooth Powder . . .
Toilet Powder (superior)
And all other articles ?.t these extreru-
Jy low P 11 I C E S .
STr Evn y nrt file sold is warrahtnl to be
Remember that apo theca
im.S HALL on Main Street. Columbia, p. few
doors North «»f the PostOlfice, is the only establishment
in the county where they are sold at ti.ese TRICJ: ?.
STATE OF CAIIFOUNIA, ,1
Tt oU 'j.xb Cor.vrv, J '■
BY virtue of an execution issued out of Justice K.
B. Drake s Court. 2nd Township, County and State
aforesaid, .to me directed iu favor of Ism is Burger, and
against N. ,S. Barrows, I have seized and levied upon
and shall expo.-e for sale at p ublic Auction to ihe
highest bidder for cash cn the 19th day of July, A. D.
lHf,«, at 10 o'ilock, A. M. on the premises the follow
ing described property, to wit :
All the rigid, title and interest of the above named
defendant. N. S. Harrows, of, in and to a certain lot of
land with the improvements thereon, situated iu the
village of .Shaw's Flat, County and State aforesaid, and
more particularly describe! iry being UK) feet front,
more or less, and 50 feet deep, more or less, bounded
south by the House and lot of Mr. Decker and fronting
on the road leading from Shaw's Flat to Barry’s Hall-
Way House. K. P. TIERNEY,
Constable, Township N". 2
June 28, V»Sc.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 1
XIOLI MNK Coi'.MV. /
BY virtue cf.jtfHtiesntlon issued cut of Justice F.
B. DraVa-Court, Township No. 2 County ami
State aforesaid, to me directed in favor of J. C. Smith,
and against S.. Kinsey. I have seized and levied upon
and shall expose lor sale at Public Auction to the
highest bidder for cash, on the IBth day of July, A. D.
1858, at 2 o'clock, P. M., on the premises the following
described property to wit :
Ail the right, title ami interest of the above named
defendant, S. Kinsey, of. in and to a certain lot of
land, together-wife the improvements thereon, situated
about one toilc South-west cf Peoria Flat ami State
aforesaid, fronting on the road leading from Peorie
Flat to Montezuma, about 2 aares more or less, and
icoupied by said S Kinsoy as a dwelling house.
E. P. TIERNEY,
June 0!>, I s - - on-taWt? Township No 2
W. O. SLEEPER.
A. E. HOOKER.
W. O- SLEEPER & CO.,
NUCCESSOBS TO D. O. DOLLS & Co.
rasmisw mss ipai®
OOX<l> JBtPTtTSStK? 2
OX THE PRINCIPAL ATLANTIC CITIES BOUGHT
AND SOI D.
on San Francisco, Sacramento anti Stock
A General Bankir.fr Business transacted. and partien
lar rSection paid toCOUJCTIOXS and REMITTENCTS.
Refer, by Permission, to
Messrs. Dresel, Sather k Church, ) San Fran
“ Talonl A Wilde. j cisco.
“ P. O. Mills & Co.. 1 Sacramen
“ Drexel, SathcrJs Church., ] to.
T. Robinson Hours & Co., Stockton.
Columbia, May 1,1857. vny2tt
JOHN 0. BELL,
lO £2 O y Street,
»M door to the Museum, nearTlearny St.,
CARPETS OF ALT. KINDS'
FLOOR AND TABLE CLOTH,
Famishing Goods of all kinds—Whole
sale and Retail.
Green Baizs, Pew Cushions, &c.
fa. A liberal discount will always bo made to peo
ple from the country. Cheapest Carpet Warehouse
on th" Pacific Coast. Don’t forgot the number,
182 Clay Street
martO-Sm. SAX FRANCISCO.
S® • J2L. • H3MCS.'S M ei. a 9
(SUCCESSOR TO MeAXDKEWS i MTKIXS.)
A. Miller, an old and successful
*“• • resident of Tuolumne founty, having purchas
ed the S'.ivp Factory of M ’Andrews k Mykius, and ad
ded Jo tl.i- concern all the latest impt» veipcitts— st enr
iiia for rU r.jwr.ili ms the most experienced workmen—
is now prepared to supply the citizen- of this and ad
joining counties, with an article equal to any to be
found in the market, and at price* that cannot fail to
bo accep’able. Retail dealers are directed to this es
tablislnnent—as it should be an important considera
tion with all to gipe home products the preference.
T II if GO h D « N~lp li l Z E .
Tint nor,HEX prEf.
IHK GOLDEN PRIZE.
THE GOLDEN FRI7.H.
THE GOI.DEX PRIZE.
THE GOLDEN PHI7F
THE GOLDKV PRIZE.
THE GOLDEN PRIZE
JTIE GOLDEN PRIZE.
THE GOLDEN PRIZE.
THE GOLDEX PRIZE'.
ILEUM RATED ! II.LTSTK ATKD ! lIXV>"fRATED t
ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK.
ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK.
ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK,
ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK.
SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE.
SPECIMEN CCPIES SENT FREE.
SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE.
THE GULDEN PRIZE.
| ILLUSTRATED 5 ILLUSTRATED !
1 The New York Weekly GOLDEN PRIZE is one of the
j largest and best weekly papers of the day. An
Imperial Quarto containing eight raoi®, or forty col
nixs. of entertaining original matter, and elegantly
illustrated every week.
A GIFT WORTH FROM 50 CENTS TO $5OO 00 IN
GOLD, Wff.L eE-P»JS&VrEb,.TO RACK SUpSCKIRER
IMMEDIATELY ON RECOTT OF THE SUBSCRIPTION
One copy for one year $2.00, and 1 gift.
One copy for two years.... 3,50, and two gift-.
, Pnceopyfo*threeyearB....6,oo, and three gifts.
Oto-co nyfbr five ‘years. .’.,8,00, and five gilts.
AND TO CXUttS
Three copiesTpr-oaeyear....<s.oo, and Sgifis.
Five copies one year 8,00. and 5 gifts.
Ten copies one year. 15,00, and 10 gifts.
Twenty-one copies one year 30,00, and 21 gifts.
The articles to be distributed are comprised iu the
2 Packages of Gold, containing $5OO 00 each
5 do. .do. ,<lt) 20000 each.
JO do, do. da 100 (Head).
10 PatenVtßVCC Hunting Cased watches >OO 00 each
CO Gold Watches. 75 00 each.
60 do. ~ 60 uo each
100 do. 50-00 each.
300 Tadics Gold Watches 35 00 cadi.
200 Silver Hunting,Cased Watches 30 OOeach.
500 Silver Watches $lO to 25 IX) each.
1000 Gold Guard, Vest and Fob Chains 10 to 3000 each
GoM Lockets, Braceletts, Brooches. Ear Drops, Breast
Pic s, Ct if Pirns. Sleeve Bullous, Rings, Shirt Studs,
Watch Keys, Gold and silver Thimbles, and a variety of
other articles, worth from fifty cents to $l5 each.
Immediately on the receipt of the subscription man
ey, the subscribers name will be entered upon cmr sub
scription book opposite a number, and the gift corres
ponding with that number will bo forwarded, within
one week, to inc subscriber, ■op mail or express, ]«st
I'iioAii communications should bo addressed to
-18 and 43 Jleffat Building, 335 Broadway, New York.
V : Specimen copies sent free. Agents wanted.—
Specimen copies of the “Golden Pme" may bo seer, c-t
rfHHE PUBLIC ABE IX-pM
-fi- formed that 31rg. FOOT m3.pjqp
has refitted and furnished her
. BOARDING HOUSE,
At the upper end Street, COLUMBIA, where
she is prepared to families or pi<%le gen
tlemen with private'Bed-rooms, unsurpassed in the
The table w ill always be supplied with tl.o best the
Boarding ctLftdging per week in advance SrLOO
Single hetl, or Meals each, 50
Columbia, June 0, 1858-tf
JSS «» O JML 9$
Admirably arranged room? for stores and
Saloons, can he had at reasonable rates is the
lower story of the XEW THEATER. BUILDING- Ap
ply to CHARLES CARDINELL,
Theater Building. Washington sf ,
110 and 112 Clay Street,
51 RETAIL. a
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
The attention of Tax Payers Is called to
he following provision of the Revenue Act of 1857
(See Wood's Digest. pr.ge 017 :)
[ART. sen, Sec. P.j
•‘The Tax Collector is hereby authorized and required
(unless otherwise directed by the Hoard of Supervisors
in the respective Counties.) either in person or by dep
uty, to accompany the Assessor through the County,
and upon the entry of any assessment of moveable per
sonal property to any person, firm, corporation, asso
ciation or company, who does not own real estate with
in the county, to demand the payment of the Taxes on
the same ; and if any such person, firm, corporation,
association or company shall neglect or refuse to > ay
such Taxes, the Tax Collector, or his Deputy, shall
-ewe sufficient of the personal property of the party so
neglecting or refusing to pay, to satisfy the Taxes anil
Costs, and shall post a notice of such seizure, with a
description of the property, and tb* time and place
where it will be sold, on three public places in the
Township, when it is seized, and shall then, at the ex
piration of five days, proceed to .soil, at public auction,
at the time and place mentioned, to the highest bidder
for cash, a sufficient quantity rf said property to pay
flic Taxes and expenses incurred ; and for this service
the Tut: Collector shall be allowed, from the delinquent
party, a fee of Three Dollars, and the same mileage that
a Sheriff would bo entitled to receive for travelling to a
place to make a levy. And upon the payment of the
purchase money, he shall deliver to the purchaser too
property sold, together with a certificate of the sale,
and cf the amount of taxes or assessments and expens
es thereon, fur which the property was sold, where
upon the title.to the property sc sold ‘•ball vest abso
lusely in the purchaser. The Tax Collector shall, once
in every two weeks, return to the Auditor and the
Clerk of the Board of Equalization, a list of ail collec
tions made under this section, and it shall bo the duty
of the Clerk of the Board of Equalization to mark the
.word -.paid - ’.on the General Assessment Roll opposite
the name of each party whose taxes art paid.-’
®A"tlcc Is tv nby giv en, that I shall proceed
to colllect the Taxes of ail persons, who do not own
real estate in the county, as.soon as the same is asses
sed by the County Assessor, as required-by the provU
ions of the above section.
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Sonora, March Sth, 1838. If.
TIERCE’S PATEST COVEKED
100 bbls Clear and Mo.-s Rork ;
TOO hall bbls Clear do
COO “ New Goshen Gutter ;
COO cases Leaf Ijird. ICJR tins ;
1000 bags Green Kio Coffee ;
SOd mats old Gov't Java Coffee
1-00 drums now Codfish ;
100 hall bbKXo 1 Mackerel •
100 do No 2 do;
50 bids Carolina Rice;
1000 mats No 1 China do ;
100 ctroons new Chile Reaches ,
500 mats No 1 China Sugar ;
75 hh Is New Oaleans do ;
500 bbls ami half do Crushed do ;
100 do do Coffee do;
1000 kegs E I>. Syrup, 5 and 8 gals, ,
SCO do do 14 do;
60 bbls do;
COO ball hh.- now dried Apples ;
lf>oo box&s-Knapp's Candles ;
10C0 do Chemical Sperm doq
SOO d.o Belmot do in cartoons :
50 do Patent Sperm do ;
1000 do K. C. O. Soap ;
1000 do Fay's do;
1000 boxes layer Raisins .
1000 half an T qr boxes do ;
100 chests fare Green Tea :
•300 cases to da 1 and 2ft caddies ;
500 do do Black Tea, 1-2 ft papers ;
100 do Olive Oil ;
Poll Tax-—Poll Tar.
"VTOTfCE 13 HEREBY GIVEN, that the law require
Ari each male inhabitant of this State, over the age
of Twenty-One Years and under the age of Si tv Year
to pay to the County Assessor a Foh Tax of Three IN 1-
lars, provided the eru.c- bo paid between-the first d;i ,-
if March and the first Mondayja August ofveh year':
but if not paid prior to the firs’ Monday in August,
Four Collars, the collection of which will" bo enforced,
according to law. Payment can be made at the Asses’
sor’s office, iu the Ccui t House iniSenora.
El B. ROBINSON
Sonora, March 1, 1858, ' marC-tf
DECLARATION AS SOLE TRADER
TRSW all Men by these presents, that I, Adelaide
i\ Bambancr, of the County of Tuolumne and state
of California, intend to4o and carry on business in my
own name as provided by an act of the Legislature cl
of the State 01 California entitled “An Act to authorize
married women to transact business iu their ow,. names
as sole traders : Passed April 12th A. L> 1852. And be
it known that tire business I intend to carry on in my
own name and on my own account, is that of Botal kee
ping, in the town of Columbia in said county and state,
and the amount invested does not amount to the sum
of live thousand dollars, aub no part of the sum ol mo
ney invested in said business did not nor has not'come
from any funds belonging to Charles Bambauer, my
Witness t-y hand and sea! this Jan. sth IS'-S.
Adelaide Bambauer) [L. S.J
State of California
County of Tuolumne \ sg. Et-fore me, K. R. Cal
vin,a Justice «f the Peace for theoounty of Tuolumne,
personally appeared Adelaide Bambauer personally
known to me to be the identical person who signed the
foregoing declaration, an-1 acknowledged that -Ik- exe
cuted the same freely and voluntarily, for the uses and
purposes therein contained ami expressed, and that no
part of the turn of money invested in sajdbßsiness cam?
from any fund- belonging to her said husband
E. R. Gahin. Justine of the ft-aco
June 10 5!
an Iwifie delicacy.invalid fi-.m
eeking medical relief—tbs card of Dr. L. J. Czar! “
-o be found in another column, ini'cstes where to ob
ain a reliable and competent physician. It is seldom
that we are called upon to bear testiajeny in favor of
the skill-of the physician, hut a sense of duty as wel
as justice demands that wo should not pas’ Dr, Trap
kay by, without something more than a Tr-cro incntion.
Cnlike, the greater portion of those who thrust them
selves and their nostrums before the public, whose
practices are empirical, Dr. Czapkay is a gentieic'n Of
rare medical and scientific attainments, having held
■he position of chief surgeon of the liberating army da
ting the late Hungarian Revolution, and is possessed
of all the requisite experience aud skill for the success
ful practice of his profession. It is to the - areand ad
vice of such a physician we would commend all suffer
j 'ng from the effects cf sexual or private disease, feoFn
assured that in all such complaints whether ar;
from infection, indiscrete n. self abase, ,■or less cf vi
ity. ho can guarantee, from his extensive practise,
speedy and permanent cure. Those suffering free,
the effect-cf physical and r.ifrtal debility, v .could
ay. let common -eiife take the place of false i.. ■
and seek such advice as will are you from an unt.mf-
h grave and lead you back ag.uin to pristine health
consult Dr. Czapkay, whom we cheerfully endorse as a
skillful and tried physician, capab’cof coping with and
successfully eradicating these self inflicted miseries,
theevils of empirical practice ar. 1 all diseases of a sew
nal nature. Dr. Czapkay 1 * offices are op. Sacramento
street, opposite Pacific Mail Steamship office. San Fran
cisco. may 13m.
To the Citizens of California.
JAtI.TNTORvr.D jhat ynioivs l:qu< r miser ■ o' -X« w
. Vork, Boston and San Vrancssco a. extensively
i engaged in putting up in square.bottler, uv. h r various
! titter, cheap imitations of my long established and re-,
i Wolfe’s Stlicitlam AromMlr- fc'c.nnpps,
j Which adultera'e-' compounds am intended tope'ija
; California against my genuine art id",
f My object is to aunouac* tbit I have i?c:-utly e 'ah
i lished an
AgeneylnSan Fnu rfsco,
for supplying the Slate and Oregon with my Schnapps,
j and that hcieaftor I will always keep arid agency sup
i plied with a large stock ; so t’ua.t respectable Druggists
i and liquor dealers throughout California can al ways
I supply thom-eives at a regular price, merely enough
I over the New York prico to cover cost of frclgh* ny.»!
charges ; thus an-tiling complaint as horet bitie, oi ce
re dona) scarcity and high price.
i it is u a tz manv roars since T first iuiporlctl tlm-tv
i Schnapps from the’celebrated old distillery at Schie
dam. Holland, in which I am interested. It is now
conceded that no Cin was ever imported info this ;oui.-
■ try which has approached my Schajippa m regard to
P 'rihi. heilihfulnex ar. l ezquisite crew,’- or flavor
'I hi - 1 claim and for proof, point to their universal pop
ularity and the immense and inov. ir.-g c in ..mption
by all cla-sea. north and south, east and we-compris-.
ing the temperance people, med’-val -acuity, Ac., to
such an extent that ray establishment, parking the en
ormous qnantito of S,OOO bottle.-. |>t-t day, is barels ably
to fill its orders.
Also, (ho TVohs’u .schnapps have been analyzed by
the most celebrated Chemists. Drs. Mott and Deck, of
Xevv York, and others, who all certify tl at they aie a
Perfectly Pure Medical Tonic,
Invaluable as a remedy against Bad Weather. GrareW
Indigestion. Dispepsin. Debility. &c. They also certify
[ that they fonnd mv Schnapps to be free from Arnylic
I Alcohol or Fusil Oil. an exceeding hurtful ingredient,
found in all common Gin. which Dr. Mott describes as
■detid, acrid and asthmatical and producing irrepar
. dblo eifi'cls upon the nerves and stomach.” Thp
■ certificates also provo juy Schnapps perfectly clear of
j ‘‘the second or heavier Essentialf»il of Junipi r, also
j dangerous component, produced by the over distillation
i practiced to increase the quantity is making ordinary
! These statements are made with a view to invito
j comparison in CaFfornia. between the genuine Wolfe’s
j Schnapps, and the various brands of bogus imitations,
i mixed, doetored-up. or sweeded Gin : in square', black
, bottles. - .initwti-.n nf , : ,y vl-.-l, of t-vttlcs’) under di.h r
ent DJißio.? ark'T i:bic--. v. I.*' . ,;r-*i market! Lon ! r or
j rainy. HoFanrt Fchiertarn Schtiprr.s, , in infL.L -
I riety —cnnfi.ient that the Irirl will result in Cah: ;:ra
j Just h* ir has since done in nil the older In
■ repudiating all the bogu.>. holosorr.e imitatF ru rc
| ferred to. and the complete triumph of mv pure S.-lioi-
| I dr.-ire briefly to notice two facts ttblcb lißTc’aMj
j added largely to the use of Wol; -i in the city
-of Now York and elsewhere. Ist. Pure French Bran
-1 dy it is now almost impossible to obtain—nearly nil tim
; brandy imported from Fiance being American rar/
j spirits sent there, made Into brandy, and shipped back
j again. 2d. Many people are abandoning the tire
American whisky, brandy and gin. since it has 1 cen
discovert tbatijiTßY CIIXiXE, a deadly poison, is ia
at tae west in distilling, thereby increasing the - bid
cn Liquor about one Hurd,
jzi conclusion. I will say to all who desire a whole
‘ soliie ; agreeable tonic and stiniulent. give a fair trial tc
| Vi Gift’s Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps*
UCOLVHO WOLFF, role Importer,
22, Beaver street, New York.
* mar‘2o 2ra
'LONDON CLUB HOUSE GIN
rfflllb celebrated Gin—pretending to nothing bur,
JL what it is, viz. : a pure and unadulterated atvicle
and as-uming no artificial merits ol what it i i nut. a’
some ot its n- ad UsiUlon i j—after eight rears of pub—
| lie approval and very extensive sales, in the cities o'
N>'» York, I’hilade’phia. -.T.ston and the Western cit
es, , v -~-ii >iouv ;rK‘-d by the public, a? well as by
tl-.e be-'t medic; - and scientific authorities throughout
ttm stiu.d States and the Canada?, to be superior, not
only ax. a beverage of general use, to any other article
-competius agam.-t if. bit is unequalled in its medici
nal efficiency in all classes of oa ltp'.uzis. To persona
trawling in these days of rapid transit from East to
U'.-st, North and Month, and more particularly to thesis
crossing the Isthmus, and who are constantlyclianging
their water as well as their climate—who are drinking,
■ adeed, a dozen kinds of water in every twenty-four
acur.i. an 1 each draught cr.ntaming some property
acting in cliem-cal antagoni.sm to tiio preceding i>m
thereby Ciuta-i.rsn uacatural degreo of excitement to
the sicmacii—it is pvsdivel v and ab-< biti-ly necessary
to use a oounteractiug agent. From the tec it hat this
•artn ie is prepared t j-v . !y t-.» rrvv-ucli exigencies,
and to act, as we know it will act. as an antidote, wo
confidently presence it as the very bast article iu the,
country. Ti.a name of Aromatic Mchiedam Schnapps
.has river been attacbe 1 in anv wav to this article.
THE L(l.\DO.\€LFl} HOIISB OIX
Requires none of tire u-oxl •cauiikn to the public” to
beware o! ccuiuterfcs-s, it being, like all other genuine
articles, bey on- 1 the base art of counterfeiting. ‘
T’lic London Club House Gin
!-■ an antidote to the horrible adulteration to which
everything alcoholic is ;,übivUivJ—the noxious prisons
made tip and s Id as
Aronwilie.Kdiltdnm Sclniauus, cue.
Tlffc' I-D\DO\ ( Id H HOINK Gi\
Requires no "word ol advice.” no "caution to the pub
iic ’ Those who once drink if, find the security ir. iu
virtues against the vicious lemptatu --s of drinkiuz;
ai.y ot n.s vile imitations, ,«wi under •‘advice while
‘hose who “caution tb.e public” against counterfeiters
have thersseives been cauligmed by the . ukiic to be
ware of any but
The London Club House Gin,
Sob Iwpuiter, \cw York.
Notice— the ÜBvxa.nple-i success ot '
THE LOXDOX ( LIB HOtNE GIN
ha« ii duced a host of imitators, who are putting up at
Inferior article under similar titles. Purchasers w ;u
please notice ihc fac simile of the signature ot the ua
•lorsigr. •! on eiie label.
For sale by all the principal Liquor Bouses in bAn
apr IT dinis.
nr jcc: jb
Estate of John E. kVhtekr^'ixeascd.
■■\T ‘-riIFK is hereby given by Ike undersigned Admin
JLaI islrator of the above named estate, to tlie credi -
tors of, and »K porsens h iving claims against John K.
Wheeler, deceased, tuexbihit the name'with the nec
essary voaciiers, v ithi;. tea months froca the first pub
lication of tjils notice to the undersigned a* his rc.i
deuce on the auutli >ido of Green street ia ttic sity of
Columbia, XutJumoc Coiinlv. Cal
.‘■YI.VaSTs W FITT-
Admmistr.itor of the esiritc pf Jobo I T'a.xAer 4s
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