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BY GEO. D. PRENTICE. Si.eri* on—sleep on—above thy corse , the winds their Sabbath keep, — The wave is round thee —and thy breast Heaves with the heaving deep ; O’er thee, mild eve her beauty flings; Am' there the vaitcjgull lafts her wings ; Ar.d the blue halcyon loves to lave Her plumage in the holy wave. Sleep on—no willow o’er thee bends With melancholly air, No.violet springs, nor dewyroso Its soul of love lnys bare ; But there the sea-flower bright and youriff Is sweetly o’er thy slumbers flung ; And, like a weeping mourner fair, Ths pale flag there. f-lcep on—sleep on—the glittering depths Of ocean’s ( oral waves Are thy bright urn—thy requiem The music of its waves ; — The purple gems for ever burn In fadeless beauty rsnnd tlsy urn ; And, pure and deep as infant love. The blue sea rolls its waves above. Sleep on—sleep on—the fearful wrath Of mingling cloud and deep. May lcaro its wild and stormy track Above thy place of sleep, But when the wave has sunk to rest, As now t’will murmur o’er thy breast j And the bright victims of the sea l’erchauee will make their homo with tlieo. Sleep on—thy corso is far away, Hut love bewails thee yet, — For thee the heart-wrung sigh is breathed, And lovely eyes are wet: — And she, the young and beauteous bride, Iter thoughts are hovering by thy side ; As oft she turns to view with tears The Eden of departed years. Sunday Morning at the Dibdins'.—“ Jane,” ( suddenly exclaims Mrs. Dibdin, ) “do you know it is nearly time for your Sabbath school to com mence 1 i hope you have committed your hymns and commandments to memory, l’ut on your little jet bracelet, and your ruffled pantalettes. Now say the third commandment, while I fix your curls ; — it does seem to me as if your hair never curls half as well on Sundays as on week days. Mind, you ask Lctty Brown, where her mother bought that cunning little straw hat of hers; not in Sabbath school, of course; that would be very wicked, but after it is over, as you walk along to church. Jane; What's the chief end of man ! Don't tnow ? Well, it's the most astonishing thing that that Assembly's Catechism don't stay in your head any better! It seems to go in one ear and out the | other, Now pay particular attention while I tell! you what the chief end of man is. The chief end of man is—is—well—I —why don't you hold still!' you are always putting a body out! Vou had bet- ! ter run up stairs and get your book. Here, stop a 1 minute, and let mo tie your sash straight. Pink is very becoming to you, Jane : you inherit your moth er's* blonde beauty. Come away from that glass. Jane, this minute ; don't you know it is wicked to look in the glass on Sunday ? See if you can sav your •• creed " that your Episcopal teacher wants you to learn. Come : I believe that in less than one week your toes will he through those drab gai ters, Jane. Goodness! if there isn't the hell: — Why didn't you get your lesson Saturday evening ! Oh! [ recollect: you were at dancing school. — A Veil—you needn't say anything about that to your teacher: because—because ‘there's a time to dance,' and a time to go to meeting, and now it is meeting time : so come here, and let me roll that refractory ringlet over my finger once more, and then do you walk solemnly along to church, as a baptized child should. Here ! stop a bit! you may wear this coral brace let of mine, if you won't lose it. There; now you look most as pretty as your mother did, when she was your age. Don't toss your head so, Jane : peo ple will call you vain; and you know 1 have always told you that it makes very little difference how a little girl looks , if she is only a little Christian.— There, good byerepeat your catechism, going along : and don't let the wind blow your hair out of curl. ” Sunday noon at the Dibdins'.—(Mr. Dibdin reading a rile of business letters, fresh from the Post Office; Airs. Dibdin in a pearl-colored brocade and lace rutiles, devouring “ Bleak House. ’’) Mrs. Dibdins. —“ Jane, is it possible I see you, on the holy Sabbath day, with .Mother Goose's Mel odies ? Put it away, this minute, and get your hi hie. There's the pretty story of Joseph building the ark. and Noah in the lion's den, and Isaac kill ing his brother Cain and all that.” Jane. —“ Well, but, mamma, you know I can't spell the big words. Wont you read it to me.” Mrs. Dibdin. —“ I am busy reading, now. my dear; go and ask papa. ” Jane. —“ Please, papa, will you read to me in my little bible ? mamma is busy. ” Mr. Dibdin. — My dear, will you bo kind enough to pull that bell for Jane's nursery maid ? she is getting troublesome. ” * Exit Miss Jane to the nursery, to listen to Katy's and her friend Bridget's account of their successful flirtations with John O'Calligan and Michael O'Donnahuc. Fanny Fern. ftriy* The scenes which took place at the Wo man's Rights Convention, last week, were among the most amusing that we ever participated in. There were no less than twenty people talking 'at the same time, viz, eleven Bloomers, one bouquet seller, three market boys, two anti-slavery men. two 11 come outers, " and the editor of the Tribune. We annex the speeches: 11 The female mind has been trampled on for cen turies. ” 11 Go it, old gall “ As is this handful of flowers, so is the perfume which is wafted from the garden of philanthropy." “ Gas 1 ” *• Is there a person in this assembly who ever had a mother 1 ■’ “ I expect not.” ‘•The pulpit must come to the rescue. If evil is ever floored in this world, righteousness must wres tle with it. ” Good again! Who'll form a ring ? ” “ The bonds of the slave must be loosened. The land is groaning with wickedness.” ‘•Got the cholic, perhaps. Give it a little gin and peppermint. ” “ Mr. President, there is only one paper in this State that stands up for the cause of right and pro gress — and that paper is mine. ” Three cheers for the ' old white coat! u VVoman is a great institution, and should have her rights. ” “ That’s a fact. Let's lick-cr. ” As this remark seemed to have a double meaning, it got up a general laugh, in the midst of which we left.— Dutchman. A few Sundays ago at one of our churches, a teacher of a Sabbath School Class, was reading portions of scripture aloud to her class of little girls In the chapter was this sentence : “And Moses of fered sacrifice unto the Lord. ” After finishing the chnpter, the teacher question ed each scholar on the different subjects she had read about. “■What did Moses offer up, Mary?” she asked of an innocent little angel, who thought herself an swering correctly when she said, ** Succotash, ma'am l ” Sait tfnrntiseo SUrtrfttistintnts. HuiSvr 3I;tking by Steam. At Donah in's Union Iron Works,cor Mission fy First sts. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, rgll IE undersigned having recently imported and erected JL an improved steam riveting machine, and in other ways increased his facilities for making boilers, is conse quently enabled to materially reduce the coat of the same, and rc.-pcci fully invites the attention of those interested. — Gang, muley, sash and circular saw mill irons, and all oth er descriptions of machinery, together with castings of iron and brass of every kind, made to order. Steamboat repair ing, bluclcsini thing, turning and finishing executed with di. pateh. Also steam engines constantly on hand for sale : also circular saws, and a full assortment of engineer’s find ings. oct5n28m3$ing JAMES DONAHl K. Xolire to .Miners. PTnllE California quartz mining agency and San Francis- JL co mineral assay office, has been removed from the corner of Clay and Montgomery streets, to Ur. Nuttall’s fire-proof building, No. 103 Montgomery street, next door to Adams Co. s Express Office, where every attention will bo given to the melting and assaying of gold dust and other minerals, and where the very best price will be paid for all kinds of gold dust, according to quality. And for the better security and accommodation of the miner, gold dust will be received on special deposit, free of charge ; and all moneys left on deposit will bear an interest of one per cent a month, after the expiration of ten days from the time of deposit—redeemable at pleasure. july23nl3ml>.\h A. S. WRIGHT, Agent. \ it lea ii I'on ii dry. TEA M engines and boiler works. »Sfcam cn s, 10. 15, 25 and L5 horse power, boilers, tabular 0 mill cylinder : saw mill and Hour mill machinery; q are and amalgamating machinery; steam engines constantly on hand or made to order nt brief notice. Gur engines are now running in every section of the state, and command preference over imported machinery, for strength, simpli city and safely, boilers of evorv description furnished (• order. GEO. Gi >K IX >\‘A STEEN, Engineer,-. W orks, First and Melius sts. Office, corner Pine ami Battery streets, San Francisco . julyl6nl2tn3$wm [Henry Johnson C’o., IMPORTERS and Wholesale Druggists, XV>. Il(> IUashingt<oi street, near Montgomery , San Fram (sco, oiler for sale, for cash, at the lowest whole-;! 1 prices, n large and well selected assort menfc of East India. Mediterranean and European drugs mid medicine": French, English and American chemicals of all kinds; also an extensive assortment of Perfumery. Fancy Articfi v. Fancy Soaps, Brusht*. Paints and Oils , Dye Stnj)'s. Labels, Window Of ass, Extracts, Bronzes, 'Trus ses. Leeches, Surgical Li sten//tents, Druggists' Glassware, Hatters' Goads. Shakers' Herbs and Rings, etc., together with every article comprised in the stoek of a druggist or physician. IJ. J. A Go. are the proprietors’ wholesale agents for Dr. Jayne's Family 1Medicines, Sands' Sarsapa rilla, Moffat's and Brandt etlt's Pills, Dads' Pain Filler, Cong res v Spring ll’atc/. etc. Henry Johnson A Go. have made such arrangements in New York, Boston and Phila delphia, as will enable them to purchase their stock at the lowest rates, and they arc determined io give their custo mers the benefit of low prices, and at the same time the best quality of goods. julylf>nl2in3$wm.xz VN KW plan for preparing flour for family use, miners, sea vessels, steamboats, inland travel, etc. The preparation is compounded by machinery, and con sists of mixing ingeniously the component parts of salt (mur iate of soda) with tin* flour, which requires only cold water t<> prepare the dough for broad, biscuits, batter-cakes, etc. What adds much t<* the value of the prepared flour is its preservation, bv the chemicals, from becoming sour or mouldy. If will keep sweet in common barrels, for a great j length of time, say a trip to Europe and back, which has j been repeatedly pi oven from N. York. Therefore every in- I dividual or company undertaking long journeys by water or j land, will provi .<• themselves with it as an individual ac quisition to the culinary department. To miners it is eiui- | inntly adapted, as well for its economy as the simplicity of preparing it for bread, and the rapidity with which it cun be baked and served for use. Give it a trial, and you will be thoroughly satisfied of its virtues. Principal Depot, 122 Sansomc street, San Francisco. E. J. FAIRGHILD A < - >. Sacramento Depot, 1II J. street., where it can at all times be procured in quantities to suit purchasers. jum*25 nf)m3 PITTS A ■M EB GO. Ccuro, Sampson 6l Co., PROPRIETORS OF Tin; GOLDEN GATE FLOCKING MILL, WILLIAM SHARP A CO., PROPRIETORS OF Till; EXCELSIOR FLOCKING MILLS. Pine street, between Kearney and Montgomery streets, SAN Fit \ NCI SCO. *' v MTIEliH tiny manufacture and keep constantly i 'ifiM on hand, and offer for sale nt the lowest market ; ’-jsSJ e... a..,,,. ......i.. e i rates, fresh ground flour, made from native ami foreign wheat, of ihe choicest quality, ami war ranted free from all lead and impure material. Fresh shorts and bran always on hand. The proprietors respectfully so licit a call and orders from the trade in the interior, and their aid in introducing to consumers a pure and unadulte rated article of flour, which the past six months’ experi- i dice lias proved i • very lioees.-mV, to secure good health to consumers of the great st iff of life, bread l(im3$.\g (|uaii/ Kocii Jewelry \RR KTT A SI 1 ER \V( n >1» beg to announce the ar- rival of a celebrated Lapidary Artist, engaged especi ally in the cn f for tin m. The machinery for this exquis ite branch of their business is of the most improved and perfect description, being ordered to their establishment hero without any regard to cost. They arc now able to cut and test all kind- of precious stones and gems ; no lon ger, therefore, need tin* curious treasures of our soil and mines remain unregarded and undeveloped. Quartz rock mixed with gold, whore cut and polished, makes the most beautiful and unique style of jewelry. Rings, pins, studs, seals , cane heads, coat buttons and a hundred different tilings, can now be manufactured from it, that for beauty of design and elegance of finish, would be highly appreciated in the eastern States, rendering them above all other souvenirs most superior for home presents. Call and see them. i3A IJ R ETT A Ml In K \VOt >D, ll>l Clay street, *S'an Francisco. X. B. —Orders sent by express punctually attended to. — Quartz mixed with gold suitable for cutting, purchased at from one to live hundred per cent, above the net gold value August 27, 1853. nl8in3$win aVoticeto Miners. •SAN FRANCISCO AS AY OFFICE AND MJNEIt’s SAVINGS BANK, Montgomery H., \o. 103, in Dr. \uttail's Fire Proof Building, next door to Adams fy Cods Express. DR. A. S. WRIGHT, Agent. T this office eve ing au in all cases th A T this office every attention will be given to the melt tm. ing and assaying of gold dust and other minerals, and •rest of the miner will be guarded, by thoroughly testing bis gold previous to melting, so as t<* secure him against !•»--. Also, the very highest price will be paid for clean gold dust, according to quality. And for the better security and accommodation of the miner, gold dust will be received on speciul deposit free of charge, and all money left on deposit fur short terms, will bear an inter est of one per cent, a mouth, and if left for a term of ninety days or over, one aud a half per cent, u month will be al lowed. X. B —Gobi dust furnished to order, also melted into bars and nssiyod at 12 hours notice. Rich quartz speci mens valued gratis. nl8iu3$wx B, F. Hastings &Co., ». 30, corner of J and second street, Sacramento G»* X\l Exchange for sale, per e cry steamer, on George Peabody A Go. London, \Y’ni. llogc A’ Go., New York, James Robb A' Co., New Orleans, G. Macalister, Esq , Philadelphia, J. E. Thayer A Brother, Boston. Checkson San Francisco at par. The highest price paid for gold dust. Sacramento City, May 21,18o3-n lm3 Winn’s Fountain Head. JTEAM candy manufactory and confectionery. £3Fancy cake, pie, bread and cracker bakery, and .it freshments saloons, are open from six in the morning until twelve o'clock in the evening, for the sale of good * at wholesale or retail, and for the feed ing of the thousands of hungry mortals who are continually thronging our streets. Manufactured goods in our line are all of a superior quality, and arc packed for shipping to any part of the world. San Francisco, Oct. 5th. Tobacco ! Tobacco! ! Tobacco!!! J THOMAS’ grape; J. Thomas Jr ’a nectar; • 0. Wortham’s square aud compass; J. Thomas Jr.’s diadem, pounds; J. Thomas Jr.’s El Dorado, do; G. Jamison A Sons; • C. Worthen’s cornucopia; Twin sisters, in fancy boxes; Chess players, do do; P in a diamond, Wm. Mycr’s; 8aunder’s Indian Queen; i Groancr’s sun, J. M. Jackson’s; Shepard’s twist, pressed and impressed; J. J homas Jr.’s diadem twist; J. Thomas Jr.’s virgin; Watson's grape, line cut, in tin foil cans A pa’rs; Watson’s virgin, do do do Watson’s grape, fine cut, in lb cans, smoking. Matches in wood boxes, clay pipes, etc., for sale by JAM Ed PATRICK. Battery strret, 3d dor from Pacific, d. F. n21ml$m xz ■BRICK MASONS WANTED to lay about 100,000 ID brick:.' at Diamond Springs. Apply immediately to il4.1 SCOTT & CHURCH m iraiuisco DANIEL D. PAGE, P. CHAMBERS. FRANCIS \V. PAGE. HENRY D. BACON HENRYIIAIGIIT : SncnuiK'llto City St. Louis, Mo. San Francisco | Cnlifcrnia. I’age, Bacon &. Co., JUnnlicrs, Montgomery, earner if California si ret! Una I'ninctsro. Dll AW' nt siRlit or on time, in sums to suit, on tiie lol low»i:jx banking houses; George Feubody A to London, F. IIuth A: <‘o. I •>: !<>n. American Exchange Bank ... *• ■ v* \ <rk, Duncan, Sherman A co \oik. Atlantic Bank Philadelphia Bank IdiiJ.u! Y' ,; 1 Josiah Lee A co ii.i Louisiana State Bank Dr! .ns Page A Bacon S. I ; «.u Iluteliings A co 1 M >: 'ilk', 'I'. S. Goodman A co ( na-n ; i. S. Jones A co I’m : • . . (told dust and exchange purchased a! current r • : Thomas Teiineiif’a Surveying anti Xavgo/noi Ji’ ’ chouse. ••Sign of the Wooden sailor." Long Wharf, corner of Front street, S.w Fkaxcisvo. United Stairs . I grt-" ' /•</ l fcg jnent Charts. vlgr./yv/V l\ ; t rf (i even r~~./ — VMcrjnnit Charts, vlgn/yy J >r t. './ggo/o' . Ch ■ t .* lai Chronometers <■. 'erf /.'•'”// / !>// 7 V v t. Surveying and nautical ir..-t ,, iiua nts, - v.' - _______ illg chains, spyglasses. drav. h:.; nautical and surveying books* school gl thermometer , hydrometers, etc., etc., in g»va! v .t i y — Charts of nil parts of the world, latent sm v ys. Kqnit.-? of every description executed in a workmanlike manner. of ev _ October 22. I -2d Better Days are Dawnias’. Ti i: HPHE QFEKX (MTV <> .. Bd. I’m die one'- more in h'-r g.- ■', .N, Her citizens again animated with tin pootl old spirit of *4S) —the men iuiiit filled with hopes of more cheering prosj eel —the dry and dull season is fast passing away—t l.c rainy sea-mm \ roach* ing. and may it bring shown s oft he shining dr.-t, tin*. will make glad the hearts of our entorp. king ami iudiistriou.- townsmen, who e face 3 lmv< doth and hcs. ( < tuinlj « ncu hold the merchant can m w take his upriver h the hand ami lead him away too or il magnificent establishments, and there depo *i. r who’. * some luxuries, irom live to ten dollar , 'V!l; . but :: lew weeks ago, hut a lew shillings could he -j a d to ]• " the mere necessaries of lit'- Wo dor'i wish io h.. nr-d'-r stood that our merchants had not Hi wh- jvv.ilh to grainy their wishes, but the business Ling dull, tli aj.petiu- v a< of course tie- same. Muk creasing ; our friends from tin* river l" ..‘ns. m 1 i.*■ i• * am-'ug the mountains, are rushing in upon ia ; se-jlnd they a., all properly cared for —and .hat every d:.*h i jn* to tin taste of the customer. Tell the cook- if tin y are [aligned, or a little out of put icnc w that th« Old Man's friends are in, and mu.-; have lb and ercrything done in tl will he all right with them when pay day . >nn . l!av those extra tables and chairs, let none • land wait ing; Gome, friends, from every ipiarler ! Our saloons at 1 lie loan: -ia Head will seat at'present. comfortably. tlu.o lmndrc I ]>cr sons at one time, and can be enlarg d in our i building on Clay street, so a • to .iceonine••!::; e »v.\ lv bit dred. Consequently then* shall he no lack of ro »m, :is i In*: - was last winter, when the people were 1‘ompelhd tog - v.. • by hundreds for want of aeeommodntions til the ghuio.;- old Fountain Head. Don't h.* deceived by unite :■ ;i' <■ windows, chairs, tabh «, etc , but mark tl 80 I jo i g Wharf, and—< lay t cct,cx street. every run stjxn ox its oirx lot. -oil Francisco. ( U*t. 5th JAA1 Eft PA l i.n tx l»a ing, on Battery street, near Paeilic, ."an 1* rauciticei. and offers for sale the following arti**l s : 200 firkins chon <• tahlc butter; 200 bl>ls extra heavy mess pork; JtOO eases extra leaf lard; 25.000 lb choice sugar cured ham g 10.000 lb clear haeon -Mi 500 hhls Brandywine \) K cornmcal; 500 lb star cundles. BOO boxes Colegate's ]• ail starch; 200 bids old Monoi.gab. la whiskey; 50 bids Zante curranis; 100 eases filie table salt, 7 A: 11 lbj> -gs. n21ml$ma xz Winn’s Brandi Confectionery. -- fi (,'IC cream ai.d h 'lies' u >n him ;.t e« r- M nor of Wa-hlng *»a a..-I — IstIn* only fa'hi eiah’.e ie * .1 i< men in the State. 1? may i t hi - time t e repeat that no liquors <>; ; sold at either of Winn's e.-.ahl:-lim learned the fact from former adv-.s: ta al-. «»rj: sei vation. Wc aro ] of our citizens h • it said, that ev.-r l;s ;ho i a;«»i the t . intelligent, high-minded, eioi i pi i. mg 1 ■' j-I ' i‘i (■ - of ( alifornia. take their meals daily at im - ; . ■ w.ih out brandy, wine, beer or cider, lluudrcd ot ladi< are happy to say. arc among this number; and ii tiny — “the ladies" —will lu-ieaftei* pationi no u ii . i : toxienting liquors are sold. social r form will h hn:i.. about in this .State in five years, tha! w;!l »> i-!. t ii.tmgo* out t!ic heathen as well as civilized world. I lit we nut.': leave the subject for want of time to say mor at i ' > We will, in our future advert - ments havt . vn . . to in d«-fence of the principles v/.- advocate ! _ :: i o flag of temperance on hoard the noble snip i ountam i.- .-I and her younger sister, the Branch, v. ■ ary ye.>\ t > ■ l by it : and as wc sail through lie gulf of d: -.pai* m in. - cry, and d ath. we'll stretch f*. h our hamL a..d .. . eh tb it h ivc fallen from the 51 itfoim ol 1 wallowing in the destroying depths 1 aeatli; w.i.I * ‘"' _ !n« r ifo, motlu r, or dailing litil tie with anguish, as they behold irom day >" <1. ; . ' jeet of their fondest love sinkii ' • per u: I d abyss of ruin. * 1 ; * * Sail Franc i - (let 5tii Cigars, Cigars, Cigars. C'iAU.Y UK l’.uas. Mouturo; lU N’.imle Par! =. La Mora; Kegalia MmdorO, luiperialcs Monroro, Londres .Montoio, Kegalia las lndius, Kegalia Media. Frnebcsc, Kegalia. la Florinda, !' ho nt h ■ | 1 ill mus. 1 orp Kegalia. la Mora, Imperial • . la Mora, Londres, la Morn, Kegalia, Prub Kegalia. V.-ablita, Itcgalia. i' irmezD, Kcj lia, KmprcHS Ru Kegalia, Antiguidad, Conchas, Ibnpeno, (’onehas. Finaeza, Londres. Sautiaguro. Londres, Mr.rtiiu /. \ I" Kegalia, Perl a ('abulia, Conchas, Lulalia, Kegalia, .^'antiaguera, Kegalia, la \ oz, (tjiera-, Ant iguidad, Operas Firmeza. , , ( onstantlv receiving by clipper snip-. ; " iq wqj ■ l .\ 1,1 attention of buyers. I* or.sale S»y ,i.\ >11..' i * A I • D i\. Battery -1., 3 1 do m f ora 1 '■ jifk* F. Pants Only! At Wixolesale. [7*E take this mi thod to of goods wc exclusively d al in. 'izt ui< u j-.: loons, and to get at the p«dnt at on • . 10 r.-'pectfully the 1 radc of all cash op rato have instore for this fall.- bu in. . tin- la - : • pants, without any exception, ever op -, d upon t;* i*. coast, us all arc bound to admit who v 1! ’.ale t’. t. .; to look through, and we pro] ic e to sell He m i r < very low figures. The lin • com; ( v* :y ki nd 1. all well i I - :: parti> 4 - t aud. on . up] s. w ( from the finest doeskin to the eie aped !:• | made*, cut and trimmed, in tin* mod f.a • .: ! stnntial manner Our round of sat i ; we wmtl ular call attention to We are lo . *d ai our o! 1 i the corner of >aeruinonto and L« i*L.-.-• l«*i fi I the Nicaragua and Pacific mail steamship oliiei , for three years pa t, wc have l . ing and boots, but from this date f<» •ward in pant only. I FKLNC1L Jv Kt BHLK.S Brick store, corner of im-uto and L d. lorfl st.- San Francisco, Oct f>. 1853-n2iinls/.h wholesale Clotliing Store. Leit'cr stt/r JJ ;tier ;/. betireni Clay »V l I 'f * nuft/.i .*>/ . »V. F. Mihscrib 1- arc this day op.-.C.g a i .-g and *1 U able* slock of New mad-- elotliieg. (tVomth * <•<!•• f»i;; 1 manufactory of A1 essra. llanford Bio.,) \ ich offering to cash buyers at the very lo viot ma In > rai . — Tho li ( data of everyth , jobbing houses, all neatly cut and trimmed uud thorougiily made, uud sold under guarantee. We arc also showing up a line of Fort v and Shr.cs a«la].t ! cd to the city and interior markets, to > In -b. x..• in\it ni j spcction. Buyers of clothing and boots will find it to th* : s | advantage to take a look through our 100 j out their bills, as our assortment is largi prime and wc arc bound to sell cheap. • before lay in stylo of goo 1 superior lino of furnishing goods alway - « .i si n: Bii. 1.S53. n22ml-li \ EASliV A CO. N B.- hand. sip: 1* a . IjUU US*—1 •' •' — .▼ 1 30 doz cadet satinet pant?, lined and well « ut; 20 doz Oxford satinet pants, lin d and well cut; For sale for cash, at lcs : than auction rab . FKF.NGII A KLGGLLS, corner Sacramento and Loidesdorfl'Bts, San 1'nun co. N. B.—All goods delivered onboard river steamers or tl where, free, and no charge made for boxes. n'itfm l^t It itclr States postage suites. I nit« cl States Postage Lairs* By Authority. Pi D AT MS of Lei ter Posing • between offices in the United SLo. St at* and i ml lioi i Canada and the other British A - ill Amm ;< an Piovb -. from and after the oOt.h Juiio, 1 ! • . \ y ingle b J Jer in manuscript. or paper of shall i ikt <i or cotmnu* :." :: . 1 :,1 \. I i; . I. ,• -gm- sent by mail, tile ; ! io cha: ged ; and for e\ - 1 lmlf ou or fraet ion of au oz. above the v. eight i.nmed i.i ttublo, an a iditional single rate is to he cm.! •;• d. r or . iy distan not over J5.000 mile , weighing k oz. or L ■. B( . ! , and H cents lor cuwy additional £ oz. For . uver1 1 sii:-■ . weighing \ oz. or less, (jcents, 1 he ; .;s i’lj- cw : y ;> idhhmnl \ oz. Toandfioni British • . .h American JVovine . for any distance r.ot over .‘>,000 •. ■ h.hi.:g . <z. • i* le*-s. t< i e i.ts, and ten cents for t \ ; !il.lion: ! imli’oz. For nay dis:a->ee over three tliou i s..!i • •. w ;hi**g one-ha If <*/. or fifteen cents, and . - !. for every additional lndi'oz? no, 1851, tho mode upon inland let U rs— i. i . lettc ra . I . or Ten itorics to 1 lie tw 1 ill 1 United States • I !’!■■•«! !; -io.«h Am ;ica i provinces—is to be as fol ! c,vv.!: : Si mm rate, if not exceeding half an ounce; if an ounce, but not exceeding a i ; • : ir Me r;:ii*. if ex «ling an ounce, but not ex ! • . .i ; • i, charging anaddi ;...1 in. if «ii:. «• ’ or hv.ct ion of half an ounce. Th nt< : ■ i eompiiiing rat. s upon letters to (Iront Bri d io ul! <*t I: r I on :g:i countries, the British North . 1 . vine*, xcipt- I. v, ill remain as at present, un :! « ,'d i.i. ••!: 1 - !A. and agreeably to instruction app* mi d to iii • table of foreign postages. Jur.KcriANs. I . Tv ry i , « r ' r pare 1. not exceeding half an ounce in i , shall h.’de. :..ed ingle loiter or rate. l !. .Mi 'io,. ! g or lnie,.- placed in any post office, ic>* Mr i : mi • don, lmi l‘»r delivery only, .-hull be charged at of one cent aeh. •' ■ I.a -h dew.:? . ; - inm-ier. whose compensation for the -g ;i'f• <.i \ ear. (- e.dii g bth li .1 tine. Ihi.) did not • • 1 d ■ ’ M), may - ad through the mail all letters initial fo;-. y di o\ r ilire thousand miles, when pre ‘jiaid. two e ut- i r ev< ry ouue . The same when not pre paid, three cents for every ounce. A ; — ba il . v. paper or periodical, not exceeding o’; ■ •• mid ; half in weight, wh u circulated in the ub to a po tage of ouo half cent only. s . v>p :p '-te . when sent in packets of less than . must be rated ii yly. DIRECTIONS. 1- it ’ Weigl:! (T new. papers, j riodicals. and oilier ji ' ; d u;;it t mu i h-.* talo n w determined when they arc i • a dry : : wi wh. : th weight of any hook or other j 1 • i < . «| j id. tie- snine progressive rates, above mid •• , V: i. mu-I he clm-ged for the excess. 2d. > • ; ; - ] . . .;• magazines, or any other i paper or . . ... t hi • nt without any covers - r \\ : pp . « . in o.»ve. s or wrappers open at the ends or r contained t herein in-iyh •.,! ini', d v.i.lumt r movingsuch wrappers. bd. ; re is on or in any ne\v paper, periodical, pump'. 1 "ret : pi 1 d mu. i r o: pa]K i eonncctcd there v-iti an;, m. ■ 1 .p: of:-, y U[ml i»y which information oi bj marks p - p: the hi I Is eml ice, ipts of puhlishers, as provi w.) herein pn scribed arc in • ; with, the same hi come : sub i• i m • i . : . . . i; i • i. duty of \ he postmaster j • • ■ nn all pi inti d mat • l • ter j • . fur the pm pose of a -- ; ted with such ,. f. d m... r i.. -a. n pu-1. tg . any limiter or thing uf.i !. .1*1 a• or .npiire the charge of a higher ... p ct to books, tb( ]»ost:ig * on all i lint <1 mall r ;*• i nlifornia and Oregon, is ill* . ami ;. - :.» ui.v otli -r ]■:; f of I lie I ailed Mates ... .; >» nd Rice of from ui d al'u r the bOth A. pi.•!..:» V. 1-*- \-. i . .. - (•».:• ci] y only) sent by the pub - to a. t . ! . r.! i. ■ rs wit Inn the county w lie re dieuls, , ext- * *1 i ;r i'oiaa • in we ghi. when eireiilati d in tile semi iciil of the part of the ly. 7 v. ..y • . mr.r.cTit.Ns. S-. ii. n iii weigh, of e :y pu'*lic:r.ion exceeds eight , o: : i. am. j.. yr is. rale ofpo.-tage laid down in oili. ii t he pub!;-ia-r of any new.-[taper or periodical, nf i b. ii. ibrio m ..hi [ .I v.or.dy iiottiied that his [uiblieu :: . i mu i K e i * * * ii* 'if;.' toxshicliil i-sent for de lis;; < i.i. to forward Midi publication in the mail, i at ion if sent, will unless t ho publisher di il p . : and \ . . \ .y ]..•!.* 1 matter of any de • ri j a i... i, r. .• is i d':d.; oi of the fiscal year, i.a i has . an:. : • . i t!»c • :.ic without h. ing called for • . ; • .. s. ..* . old. s h..g ; ,.i, th, po.-iioaster . o..i • ..i i . i <di. the [irocecds of , !i ly i in the u ual maimer. • !i b- i■ . 1,/ , ... »:i i! - . joiv.in.-.- may he made ii her It livery. A 1 1 * • i < mudo at 1 : -1 1 im-iiitjg . at tin' eomuie.a in nd of a ycaror of a <p ...ter, (.. In- may . I rt.) 1 1. ■ ] uhli.-h *r must prepare am! !i. • d i - j i. •'■».’ ig.nilurc, a recei[.t i !.• ■’ .; * 1. • *; i i .. * ..... i. p . ] v • :r.\- 1 o hi? sent for de ' I ”... to such post I,. and tin a..: ; 1 ,r i i la ptii*l thereon ; also, l pon : he payment o.d i: — ■ . jg , tl. r. <• dpt must ha signed by the po-tma.-t r til la. i:i. ding ou'u The publisher will then dir- ' ucli n .... • d: j . iimu.-m at the office r of deliv ery. and ii y v. id ■ . re a evidence that the po lag-- h: 1 been d.ily paid, d’o entitle them to pas ; free through tL in.dl. ; 'a iw ip; mud be hfMtnscaleil, cn do. ii ■•].*•■ oh; bud . s. ami directed to the papers m dioncil in . imli i. a.-ij)! to t?. •. i» h •: ih as t herein named without fin tin ;• charge tor [lost-ngc. W hen p .ad, ul uud ..ot oftinor than onco a ipiarier. a .d an scut from the * • i.of publication toaetunl Mib-sa ib r , the amount of postage lx-ing marked thereon us pi. paid. . l the i i liling office, and tin* min e of that of iie -, v.itii the date of mailing written or stumped thereon, will la uflK*ie;.t cvidmic to wurimit thcii ilcve.y without U1U] . i \ .1 . : ( AVliMJdLL. 1* lousier General. Post Oi tici: Dkl'autmkxt, Wasiiixotdn. •s v At Messrs. Bee & Jackson /err-? j At* now < j*' niiig an e .tiro i> w stock ofy® lit*.’ •'«' ii . I*. iJtrilll'Ji c* d :tz:ec Trci z sz rxct ci -z r in tie iriums :i. jw* "f build -d g on the plnzsf, opposite lh- limpir 1 Iom 1. Titi- t y Vdcrs and hamilies can be • uippr -<t with :m»o Is, llholemlc or Retail, at a •. -ry iiiuil u Ivance ov« r Stieramento prices. A Large Portion of the Goods ()f Am rs. B. rc J. arc imported direct from ~ \oiik a; «> uostoi affording t limn sup rior fueilities for selling Bids it extremely low prices. Ai.BKItT \V. Bid;. C. V. JACKSON, i’laccn’illo, October 22. lv>T 2blv Enifclt Itetts Drr-tFiiitfinn I nut. The Pre-Emption plIE net provides for the appoi i!ment 0 f a register of tile land office and receiver of ].,b!ic money for Culi . .nm anh eaeli a salary of three tii, 0sl nd dollars per an- IlSv!!k. “ ii "'. h . C *'«■>“ » "eeessaiy, tins Slate with two or three districts and uit- I'oint a register ami receiver for each 'istriet All them li l.c land* m the state, whether smv.v.-, ‘ ri. ..v,.,., in.,, . <• . ;■ 8, V U 3°' or uiisurvcyod, with tin' r-ir » r»»•* 11* * C ° US l \ aw \ v hi«h are granted to the state for the purposes of public spools in 5*1. town the irmhlu'ii'v ! !' r'| C ' ' oa "* himl appropriated under v ro80I 'Ved b competent at tv. am.excepting also tlie grant or title, and the mineral landrail KSo tlm pit-empt ton laws ot Ith sept e in he i, ],s.J| with all the e- eepttons, conditions, and limitations herein’ except ns is of 'T'V ’ ““Af"tl’e phuf.here-- Vie. .after d, months' public. .mtiee t Se snuf of tho t ine and place ol sale under the laws. rUos re"ulat : ous Cd T,v'me'e:::"', ■ ,K ' h lw ’ " r r ,L ' h i-fc^ahn l ! [ r . r s '!! ‘"el' elaim shall he tiled within three months after the retm, ..f’l h'.'plVts s t Vi*vs to tlu- lam oftico. mill r»rr»f»f* mu. . . I '! '**«• land office, and proof anu pavment shall bo inad.. prior th the day appointed hy the presi.len Is pr"/a mation for the commememcnt of the vtf e , including such lands, the entry of such claims to be by legal huSb visions, according to the united state* *irvt*y, and in tiio most compost form And provided further, that the tael ot persons having heretohire had the Ix-m fit ..f sahl art of the-ith of septetn 1 tor. 1 Si 1, shall impose no bar to theiroh taming the benefits ot this act; and all of =aid lands that slml remain unsold, after having been proclaimed and of ere.l, shall he subject to entry at private sail as otherpiib lie land, and at the same minimum pvjep p,. r A and the register and receiver shall not ho cntiTlfu # to any DerSfilt age or fees except for deciding pre-emption ea-.V eaeh of them shall bo allowed the same fees as nreallowed’ to other like officers ; hut the receiver shall be entitled to his actual necessary expenses going and returning ,, ma |,_ ing bis deposits, provided that nothing in this act hall be construed to authorize any settlement to be madco,, any public lands not surveyed, unless the same be madt within one year from the passage of this act; nor shall any id,t of such settlors lie recognized hy virtue of any settlenjiit or improrcuicut made of such uusurveyed lands subsc(i, ell f to that day: And provided further, that this net shall mt he construed to authorize any settlement to be made c, anv tract of laud in the occupation or possession of any tribe, or to grant any pre-emption right to the sat,e —. \\ here any settlement, by the erection of a dwell!ng-lbuso or the cultivation of any portion of the land, shall hena.lo upon the sixteenth and thirty-sixth sections, bet's.) same shall be surveyed, or where such sections may Ig r0 served for public uses, or taken by private claims, alter lands shall be selected by the p.ojier authorities i’the state in lieu thereof, agr eably to the act of congress a,,, proved on the twentieth of nitty, eighteen hundred tw ntv stx, entitled - An act to appropriate lands for the sumort id schools Ml certain townships and fractional township not before provided for,’ 1 whi,.], s |„,n i J0 subject to ainVyil by the secretary ol the interior. And no person shuilsa a settlement or hr -- ' r location upon any tract or parcel of Uni selected for a military post, or wilitin one mile ol such lit v other lsmls reserved by competent authovh ,1 ’ or on any other Isuds reserved by competent authovliy. jL r shall any person obtain the benefits of this act by i s - ment or location on mineral lands. The public lands, not being mineral lauds, ooeupiot as towns or villages, shall not be subdivided, or subject to or be appropriated by settlers, tinder the provisions ef-Ails net; but the whole of such lands, whether settledufionbe fore or after the survey of the saute, shall bo subject to [, c provisions of the net entitled “ An act for t ho relief ol’ fco citizens of towns upon I lie lands of the united states, ui r certain circumstances,” approved may 2:?. I’m, oxe4t stu b towns as tire located on or near mineral lands, tu6i£ habitants of which shall have the right of occupation lad ... , itfon tad cultivation only until such time as congress shall dispnwof the ante; nor shall any lands, specially reserved for nu|t uses. I*," appropriated under tlie | revisions of this act. 'lie tinnntitv of two entire * u: - — ....... ” shall he learnine Mire townships, or seventy-two secthiJL granted to this state, for the use of a sonihfdFynf ruing. And ten entire sections, for the purpose ofotof. ; the public buildings of that state. jy30-l4tiT isisl of Post Ollh i ; in ( nliitirni,' A Tame of office A gun Frio Alamo Anger’s Camp Ashland Auburn Aurum City italic in Bidwell’s Bar Big Bar J»ig Oak Flat Bodego Cache (’reek Camp . < eco ( Inn ley’s K anelio Counlif Mariposa (’ontra ('osta ( alaveras But to Placer JOldorndo Salano Butte Trinity Tuolumne Sonoma Volo Tuolumne Butte P( 4mmer B F Whiten til | •hm M . I ones, \ C L Lake \ Elijah Lott .1 I' Bailv It * ( has L Frost if J \ dames Miller,',| B Xrweomb Win ('(aldington Jos \V Brit lain J M Miller t<l A MoL'onald J II Bielmrdspn Fred IVakes .S'teiii'hcrger’s zVtajihle’s Ranch •Stock ton •Sutter Creek •Shingle Tehama Texas Hill Third Crossing Trinidad I ’niontown \'allejo \’cmon Videano Washington .S'. Yuba Wi a vo i \ illo Yankeo Jim’s Yolo Yuba City •San Francisco J 1) Carr •San Joaquin 1) J .Staph* •San Joatjuin Calaveras i d Dorado Colusa •Sacramento Calaveras Klamath Trinity Solano .Silt ter (’alavcras Nevada Trinity Placer Yolo .Sutter J S lOvans D Crandall D T Hall Win Vincent Jas Cl ark in W G Forest L B (iilkey A II Murdoch L Leslie 1) Abdcll K W (rcmmill II Draper II B Davisou C W King J A Hutton W F Nelson i 100L AS U.’i:—Drayton tV Co., both in I ppcrJ 'list idinil. " J Lower Planervillo, can supiily the most fastidious Soda drawn from marble fountains, • Cooled by snow (from Sierra’s mountains. May 14, 1851k