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THE PLACER HERALD.
■DEMOCRATIC central committee. Joseph Wnlkup, Chairman Plains. B. F. Myrea. Secretary Auburn. H. Fitzsimmons, Treasurer, Auburn. B. K. Davis. Ophir. A. P. K. Salford Yankee Jim. J- A. Hill Gold Hill. E. L. Bradley Dutch Flat. Thomas Woods Rattlesnake Bar. Win. R. Olden, Green Valley. JkSBXnUT SEPTEMBER 15, 1855. Fourth Volume. To-day -we enter upon the Fourth Volume of the Herald. We were the pioneer pub lisher of the county, nnd as a matter of course, have had many difficulties to contend with in the three years we have had the manage ment of our sheet. We have endeavored to speak truthfully of men and things, and as a necessary sequence have had arrayed again ts us at times strong and bitter opponents. Whilst the paper was neutral we had no zealous friends, and our little paper won its way to success only on the necessities of the community, and the favor it may have in cidentally found. At the commencement of our second volume, we declared the Herald democratic in principle, and before another election look place the party divided, the whigs of the county came into power, and the democracy went to the wall. Without official patronage of county or State, we have gone on battling our best for what we have conceived to be democratic principles and measures, and against the errors of mistaken politicians who have arisen in the land. If the party has not been successful it Las been no fault of ours. For upon all proper occasions we have ut tered our warning voice and we can with satisfaction look back upon our columns, and say that had our advice been followed, we of Placer would have been quite difl'er ently situated. It is not our intention or object to crimi nate any one. Doubtless, we shall all profit by the experience of the past, and if so. we regard the Democratic party as stronger this day in California than it was twelve months ago. True, we have lost the election, but no reasonable man can regard the result as settling any principle. No one pretends that Mr. Johnson has been elected by Know- Nothing votes—there is not enough of them. It was done by democrats!—not office-seek ers, not ambitious men, but the men of the partv who neither looked nor cared for office. The wishes of these men had not been fully consulted in our nominations, and they have reprimanded in their quiet but most effectual wav, bv voting against the entire ticket. The doctrines of the American party are as odious to these as they can possibly be to any one; but they have resolved to have a change in office holders, and having so resolv ed the politician should remember that no power on earth can deter such men from acting. Leaders may quarrel or make friends, they cannot lead the people one step farther than thev can see them to be honest and correct, and these bickerings among the would be great men, are always looked upon with sus picion. This jostling of each other, exhibits too much of sordid selfishness to suit the in telligent mind of the California voter. From these misfortunes we hope to see the party arise, to hear the voice of wisdom respected in our councils, to see men nominated who can carry the strength of the party, and that hannonv fully restored which shall secure to our ticket success in the future. To further this object, we commence this volume with an enlarged sheet, and we Hat ter ourselves as handsome an one as is pub lished in the mountains. We ask for our enterprise the support of all friends who de sire our success and prosperity. We shall endeavor to make the Herald more interesting to the general reader, which the enlargement of our columns will enable us to do—and in our constantly increasing circulation the advertising public will find an unanswerable argument in favor of their patronage. Our Job Office has received large addi tkns, since the June conflagration, and work of all kinds can be neatly executed. We shall issue extra copies of the Herald this week and send them to our friends in various parts of the county, who will confer a favor by procuring us as many subscribers as possible. Ruling America. —After all the profes sions of the know-nothings in regard to our foreign population, none were more anxious to secure their votes on election day that these same gentry. At Gold Hill they oven in timidated some of the foreign population who had a right to vote, and got others to wote their ticket and endeavored even to get in the vote of a Canadian who had never been naturalized, but was a member of the know-nothing order. Some other of their proceedings, in different parts of the county, that we have heard of, was in keeping with the like proceedings of the K. N.'s which was exhibited at the speaking of Col. Van Voorhees at Michigan Bluff, In a Bad Fix. —A friend informs us, that near the close of the polls on election day at lowa Hill, he met an acquaintance and asked him if he had voted. His reply was “No. and I don’t intend to. Why, I hunted nil over the ground, and could’nt find a single Whig ticket !” Iy Extacies.—The know-nothings have been so elated the past week at their success that they could hardly contain themselves. Shouts and jibes at their opponents was the order of the day, when it was really ascer tained they had .gained a victory, and some were so elated that they burnt a few dead logs, the flames of which communicated to a large standing tree, which yet stands on the hill-side, all blackened and chared, —a good emblem ot what know-nothing-ism is sure to become. Favors. —We are indebted to J. Q. Jack son, of Wells. Fargo Jr Co . for an extra from the office of the lowa Hill News, containin'; a telegraphic synopsis of the news brought by the Golden Age. Kobdf.uy asd Arrest of the Thief. —On W ednesday, at Humbug Canon, in this coun ty. a man named Fred Spickler, robbed Messrs. McConihay A Haiu k of between *1.300 and £1,400 in gold dust. Immediate pursuit was made, and Spickler tracked some twenty miles up in the mountains where lie was found and the money secured. P. B. Manchester. —Chief Justice Mur ray in an opinion delivered on the 13th inst., coincides in the decision of Gov. Bigler relative to the requisition of the Governor of Ohio for the surrender of Peter B. Manches ter. charged with forgery. The prisoner was by order of the Chief Justice, remanded to custody to be dealt with according to law. Disappointed. —Quite a crowd of visitors were in our town yesterday, expecting to witness the execution of Free!on. Strange that the curiosity of men should lead them hither especially to see such a horrible sight. “Windy Guards.” —These valiants are to • have a parade in Sacramento. Favors.—The Pacific Express Co., wore , the first to favor us with Atlantic exchanges j brought by the Golden Age. 1 Mr. Oberdeencr, of the Auburn -Book | Store, has favored us with late Eastern papers I and the September No. of Harper and Put | uam’s Magazines. Fire at Grass Valley. —Wo learn from I the Nevada Stage Driver, yesterday evening, that a fire broke out in Grass Valley on Thursday night about half-past 11 o'clock, consumming almost the entire place. Loss *200.000 ! Particulars next week. Rrx Over.— As one of the stages, of the California Stage Company, was leaving for Nevada yesterday, it was run over a man, in the street, whose name we were unable to learn. The leaders knocked him down, go i ing over his body, also the forewheels of the coach, when several of our citizens drew him from his perilous situation. The man was severely hurt. The Los Angeles Senator —An impres sion seems to have been obtained that Mr. Benjamin I). Wilfcon, the newly elected Los Angelo* Senator, is a Know-Nothing. Such is not the case. He is a Democrat, and will act with the Democratic members of the next Legislature.— State Journal. The Democracy Victoriocs in lowa The elections for county others in lowa, have so far as heard from, resulted victoriously for the democrats — Jb. Limestone —Valuable limestone quarries have been opened in Plumas county. — lb. Good. —The Golden Age brought 280 ladies, and 218 children. — lb. Nevada Couniy. —ln Nevada county, the democrats elected one Assemblyman (S. W Boring.) three Supervisors,one Justiceof the Peace, two i Constables, and the Superintend ent of Public Schools. . Betting on Elections. An Editor of the Albany RcyisUr, in speak ing of betting on elections, tells the follow ing story on himself. We were a great Jackson man, we were, the last time that the old General ran for the Presidency, and whenever a General Jackson runs for that office, shall be so again. We lived in the country then, and bail a neigh bor who was on the side of the political fence, who was a great dealer in horses. \\ ell, we got into an argument with him one day, and so sure was he of success that he offered to bet a horse against 5-5 1 that the old Hero of New Orleans would not be elected. We took the bet. The argument being one that had no end, was renewed from time to time with the same result, until five horses on one side and *'2so on the other were staked on the issue of the election We won. Hut we had forgotten to designate the animals, and such a lot of horses as was tendered in payment of the bet was a sight to see. If there was an ailment to which horse-flesh is subject that was not exhibited by one of these five horses we should like to be informed ot its diagnosis. There was ring-bone, and spav in, and stringhalt, and blindness, and heaves, and one venerable roadster had all these, and in addition was deaf as a post. We kept them a week as a collection of curiosities in the animal line, and then sold them at auc tion. A-cording to our recollection, four of them sold for *4O, in the aggregate, and we gave a tin-pedlar 810 for taking the other. We have not bet on elections since, and don’t want to win any more horses. Immigration Checked. —Emigration from Europe to New York has received a decided check. The number that arrived in March and April, 1854, were 84,900: in March and April, 1855, (up to Tuesday the 24th nit..) 5,358, which gives the enormous decrease in two months of 29,548. In the period of last year 13,5 6 of the emigrants came from Ire land; but from the Ist of March to the 24th of Mav, the arrivals from that country num bered only 1,081, which exhibits a falling off to the amount of 11.825 This is attributa ble mainly to the distress that has prevailed among the laboring classes in this country within the past season.- -Cincinnati Gazette. ARRIVAL OF THE GOLDEN AGE. FIFTEEN DAYS LATER FROM THE AT LANTIC STATES. IMPORTANT NEWS. Tlie Mail Steamer Goldin Age arrived nt San Francisco on Wednesday last, after a quick trip from Panama. Slie Brings eijjlit hundred passen gers. among the number is McKean Buchanan, the celebrated actor. The Age brings dates from New York and New Orleans to Ang. 20th. and from Liverpool to the 4th of the same month. The Passengers by tho Golden Age land in a most excellent state of health, having crossed the Isthmus, as is now customary without delay or fatigue, coining on board from the wharf at the terminus of the railroid in the Company’s ferry boat, and thus accomplishing the entire distance from New York and New Orleans to San Francis co by Steam. The Panama Star learns that quite a number of unemployed foreigners were about leaving Panama to join the Kinney expedition in Nicara gua. Domestic News-DtmccraHc Victories. The election in Alabama resulted in the choice of John A. Winston. (I)cm.l for Governor by o.Oim majority, and five democrats and two know nothings (br Congress. The Legislature is strong ly democratic. North Carolina.—-Full retnrnsfrom this State show three know-nothings elected to Congress out of eight. Tennessee. —The Know Nothings have six of the ten Congr '-sin *n. [he K- N. s have ain ijor ity of four on joint ballot in the L egislature. Kextcckv. —The Kentucky election for Gover nor was held on tho fith of August, The K. N.’s elected their Governor. (Morehead' by 4,000 ma jority. and six Congressmen. Democrats three Congressmen and whigs one. The whole Am ri can State ticket is chosen by about Morehead's majority. Vermont.— Tin- old lino whigs have nominated John Wheeler, of Burlington, for Governor, and Isaac T. Wright, of Castletoa. for Limit. Governor. Riot in Philadelphia.—A sanguinary riot oc curred in this city August 19th. between the New Market and Mount \ ernon fire companies. Three of the rioters were shot, of whom two were not expected to live. Another riot occurred in Louisville on election day. August fitli. The riot was ijiade up of sev eral fights tv tween Germans and Iri-h on one side and Know Nothings on the other. The number of persons killed was not known, but It was probably not less than ten. A row of frame buildings, be longing to an Irishman named Quinn, was burned and the tenants shot down when they attempted to escape. The American pipers in Tennessee concede tho election of Johnson (Democrat) for Governor. Bu.timore. August Dith.—Th • State Democratic Convention to-day nominated W. W. Howie, of Prince George's county, for Controler. and Geo. Gale, of Kent county, for Lottery Commissioner. Mr. Dawson has r-fused to accept the Gov rnor ship of Kansas, and Wilson Shannon has been ap pointed. Texas.— News from Texas is that Governor Pease his been elected, and that ex Governor Bell has been elected to Congress. Tiie South Carolina Know Nothings have re nounced oil connection with the Know Nothings of the free States. A Mr. Kelly,of Cincinnati, charged with break ing up an abolition meeting was whipp-d by a pro slavery mob in Atchison, Kansas; and great excitement is the consequence. lion. Abbot Lav, ranee, of Boston, died August ISth. Dillon Affair Settled.— A settlement upon a mere nominal basis, which is. instead of firing a salute when the (lag i> hoisted, tho fir-t French min of-war which puts into the port of San Fran cisco is to be received with a salute. Dr. Peter Long, a Missionary 11! Canton, and late Secretaay of Am rican L -ration, lias been appointed Commissioner to China. New York. August 20.—California Bonds. 7s. 70 to 87 j. li. P. Robinson, of Helen Jewett notoriety, died at Lbuisville. August Bth. From the Plains.— An express reached Fort Leavenworth with news that the cholera had broken out at Fort Ril- y. in a most violent form, and that numbers had died every day since its j first appearance. Major Ogden. United States Army, is dead. All 1 the p -rsons about the Fort were panic stricken, and lied to the ti lls for r -fuge from the pestilence, leaving the sick to die, and the dead unburied. Important from Mexico. Intelligence reached Acapulco 14th ult.. that Santa Anna left the capital on the 13th lor Vera Cruz, leaving Gen. Carnal President. On the night of his departure, the p oplc arose en masse, proceeded to his house, and those of his minist. rs, shouldered everything moveable, and tir-d the pile. The mob th -n pronounced in favor of the plan of Ayutla. and gave three oioas for Alvarez and Commonfort. When the news reached Pueblo of Santa Anna's alidication. a force of cavalry started in pursuit, but failed to overtake him. Mail communication between Mexico and Aca pulco has been resumed. Augustus Juan, of Limnntour notoriety, has been liberated by the Mexican Courts. European News. By the Goldin Age we have news up to Ang. 4lh. being tivo weeks later than previous advices. There is but little of real interest in these advices. No event of importance bad taken place before Sebastopol, but preparations were being made at Kamiesch and Balaklava tor the si on texp ,-dition, the object of which remains nndivulged. Tie re was a r- port current in Paris that the bombardment of the Malakolf and Redan had been resumed, preparatory to another assault. A dispatch from Prince Gortsohakolf dated July 28th, states that a heavy firing had been opened by the Allies on that day. against the Flag Staff Battery, which had been vigorously replied to. On the 30lh the cannonading was resumed on both sides, hut it was only partial. A London weekly paper, issued just before the departure of the America , August 4th. slates that the seige of Sebastopol was about to be raised, and that the Allio had received startling news from Germany, but the statement was only in an ticipation of*probabilities for a comnftrcial pur pose. The very latest by telegraph from London to Liverpool. August 4lh. We learn that tbe seige of Sebastopol is just about to be raised: also, that a enmmun’eatian has been received from Germany by the 11 estern Powers, which will lead to startling results. Great Britain - .—The London Times had an editorial on Consul Rrocraffs arrest, and preaches in favor of potserving friendly relations with America. Milnor Gibson in Parli mont referred to this editorial, and asked the Government to furnish information on tho siWiDct of the neutrality ot the United States. Lord Palmerston replied that an arrangement had existed at Halifax, by whieh person* going Herefrom from any quarter ni’ght be enrolled, wheth- ror not the lawso( the L nited States had been violated. The British Government being desirous that no such qnest’on should by possibility arise, has put an end to tbe enlis'ment of forces at Halifax. France.—The ofThval report in regard to tho loan shows 3,(100.000 ODD of frane«. six t'mes the amount asked. The r port of the Minister of Finances describes the loan as the most surprising financial operation ever effected in any country. “A lawyer,” says Lord Brougham, “is a person who rescues your estates from your enemies and keeps it himself” Later from Washington and Oregon Terri tories. By the arrival of the steamer Humboldt we have news from the above Territories to tho Ist September. The Mines—The Democratic Standard, says there is no doubt of the existence of rich mines on Pen d’Orville river. Our in formant only prospected five clays, and yet “ found gold in every place ho tried.” llqjv many men have prospected both in the Cali fornia and Oregon mines for live weeks, and never raised the color ! Yet good diggings have since been found in the same localities, j W o may therefore safely conclude, that the Colville mines, when properly explored, will pay well. The Oregon Wcikhj Times, of tho same date. says:— “Just previous to our going to press, the steamer Fashion arrived from the Cascades -She brings back several old acquaintances, who left for the mines some time since. Or. Evans, known well as a geologist, writes to Or. Steinberger, of Portland, from Fort Col ville, that the taet is established beyond doubt that gold exists there, and he cautions peo ple not to believe one half they hear for or against the mines. He thinks those who are returning have not given the mines any fair test as yet, they not having been there the length of time to make the proper te searehes.” Deleg ate to Congress for Washington 1 erbitokv. —The Pioneer and Democrat give the following official vote for the Delegate' to Congress ! — J. Patton Anderson, (Dem.) - - - - 808 William Strong. (Whig and K. N.,) 682 Anderson’s majority - - - 120 The Legislature in Washington will stand —House, 14 Democrats to 14 Opposition. In the Council the Democrats have a decided majority. Massacre of Whites not Confirmed The Oregon Times says;—There is vet no confirmation of the report about 150 immi grants having been killed by the Indians at 1 levii’s Gate, on the Sweetwater river; and we have every reason to believe, from the in formation we have received through immi grants, that the report is destitute of truth. Official Vote of Oregon Territory.— The following is the corrected official vote for Delegate to Congress .for Oregon Territory ; For Lane. (1 )oin ) 6 178 For Gaines, (K. X ) 3,043 Lane’s majority ----- 2 235 Increase of Dcm. vote since *53 - 1.049 do j)f Opposition do do 0&4 Aggregate increase - - - 2.033 Total vote in 1855 - - - 10,121 Coast Whaling.—Tho Crescent Citv IT r al I says that two more large sized humpback whales were killed within three miles of that place during the last week of August, and taken to an Island in the bay and converted into oil. It adds— The company engaged in this business have now captured four of these monsters within less than three weeks. The enterprise bids fair of becoming very profitable. We are informed that the oil from the humpback is worth some twenty per cent, more than that of the right whale, and is next in value to the products of the sperm whale. * The Indians in the neighborhood feed no on the ofi'al from these whales, and the squaws have a busy time of it in curing them for winter provisions. Lynching jn Shasta Cocni y —The Cour ier says that on Monday of last week, the people of Dog Creek hung a notorious In dian thief who was engaged in the massacre of tho whites at Potatoe Hill and the Hack Hone. A Wiialiag Defoi - in hie Pacific.—We | see that a New London paper states that it is in contemplation among the whaling mer chants of New Bedford to remove the depot for their whalers to some port in California, and that San Francisco, Benicia, Oakland, and Monterey, have all been spoken of as the proper places Coining from such a source, we are inclined to believe that there is some truth in the statement, and that, if; the proper exertions are made, the great whaling trade of tho Pacific may be brought to tlie harbor of San Francisco.— S, F. •. Citizen. Sale of Siock. —Fifty-three shares of California Steam Navigation Company’s Stock were sold yesterday at auction—3o i shares at *338 75 and 23 shares at 8332 50. One hundred and nineteen shares of Clay street wharf stock were sold the same time, at 835 per share SF. Sun, Sept. 10th. Condemned —Tho whaling ship Uncos which entered port a few days ago for the purpose of refitting has since been condemned, and another vessel obtained to complete her voyage. *- O Close Work.—From the last and most reliable returns that we can get, it appears that Samuel 11. Dosh. Gsqr., is elected to the Senate from the Shasta and Colusi District. | by a majority of twelve votes. Shasta gave 24 majority against him, and Colusi 30 in bis favour. This count, though said to be i correct, is not official, except for Colusi. State Journal. Redemption of State Bonds. —Tho State Treasurer yesterday in accordance with the terms of his advertisement, opened the bids for the redemption of State bonds due in 1 801. —The bonds presented by Mr. N Lim ing for 84 500 at par and interest accrued, were received and paid and the bonds can celled. State Journal. P. B Manchesik. — His Excellency the Governor, yesterday confirmed the requisi tion of Gov*. Medill of Ohio, for Peter B. Manchester. Manchester’s council immedi ately sued out a writ of Habeas Corpus be fore one of the Justices of the Supreme Court. It will be heard at Chambers te-dny at 1 o’ clock. _ • State Journal To an Hanged. —On tlio 25fh lilt. Judge Creanor. fit Empire City, Stanislaus county, senteneed Win. Gregory to bo hangcil, on FriJav the 12tli. of October. Gregory was convicted of the murder of Robert Hall. State Journal A Mormon’s opinion of us. —Elder Pratt, writing to the Denerrt Xcws from San Fran cisco, savs of us: “Want of money, want of employ, want of market, and every kind of trouble seems to prevail here. Everything is overdone, even deviltry itself.” BIRTH. At Wells' Ranch on the Ist instant, the wife of Thomas Wells of a ilaujjhti r. NATIONAL CIRCUS AND HIPPODROME. LEE A MARSHALL, Proprietors. fTHIE proprietors desire to return their ncknowl -1 oddments to the citizens of Auhnrn. lor past patronage bestowed upon them so liberally, nud to announce that they will perform before them On Wednesday Evening, September 19th, This is thoir lust tour of tin* Statu, previous to their departure lor tlie Sandwich Islands. During the perlonnuuce a variety of new acts will he in troduced. and no eli'ort will he spared to render the eiitertaininent attractive. ADMISSION—Dows. $2.00; Parquotte, $l.OO. Doors will open at 7 o'clock, performance to commence at 74 o’clock. si ptlo It. CALIFORNIA STAGE COMPANY, FAKE UK II DC El)!!! TITHE COACHES of tin-California asmr 1 Stage Company, leave Auburn — l —*•* ** *•'- as follows; I-nun Auburn to Sacrnim nto every day at 7, 10 and 1 L a. m.; from Auburn to Grass Valley. Nevada and For*st City, 12 and 2 e. M ; from Auburn to Yankee Jim's. Todd's Valley and Michigan I tin Its. 2 r. from Auburn to Illinois town. lowa Hill and Cold Springs. 2 e. M.; from Auburn to Marysville. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, at 1 o'clock, h. m. On and after Saturday, 4th August, 18.75, the Returning from the above places the rates of fare will be the same to Sacramento. OFFlCES—Orleans Hotel. 2d st,, Sacramento. “ Kr ip re Hot* 1. Auburn. “ Egbert's Hotel, Hliuoistown. “ Beattie House, Grass Valley. " Metropolis, Oriental and United States Hotels; Nevada. l’i rsons sending letbrs by the drivers, to be deposited ill the Host Ollice. must have them enclosed in a government envelope, or they will not he carried. Jl.fr- I’assengers booking their names at the of fice will be called for at any of tin* Hotels in Auburn. S. H. WHITMAKSH. Agent. Auburn. Sept. 1,-55 my SI tl '.l()\S. The State of California. Count}/ of Placer: In the District Court of the Elroenth Judicial District of sail/ State. THE REORLR of the STATE ok CALIFORNIA, To G. W. Sullilf Raul Do l.afray. I’atrVk Coyle, Norman Fulton. George \V. Mattocks, John Coyle. John F* Hon. undtr the mime stylo and linn of John Coyle & Co., greeting: You are hereby re quired to uppiar and answer, in said Court, unto the complaint of \V. R. Rica, wheroin he demands judgment against you for one thousand and three dollars nud ninety live cents(slol):i.!)s), fur goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered, for money lent. paid, laid out and expended, and for work and labor done, as slated in account on fib , which said complaint was this day filed In said Court, within ten days after the service of lids writ, if served in said comity, and within forty days if served within any other county, and yon are hereby notified that if yon fail to answer the complaint as directed Rlainlitf will apply for judgment for said amount and for costs of suit. Witness my hand and tie* seal of said Court, this I:3th dav of .September, a. d.. 1855. A. S. GRANT. Clerk. Sept. IT '55 lint By F, 13. 11 iuuins. Dipt. PALMER &, MURRAY, ir.ioo.v. i.v/j iir.u'K r pilE above firm still carry on thei»bi*i- as t. Ue-s in all its branches, let the site of the old M chauics' Hall. Repairing wagons. Ac., don** on short notice. Auburn. Sept. 17, 187.7. m y. ALFRED BOBBINS, Provision oiid (.Mic-ry Dealer, West Side. Sacramento Street , jiunrit.v, CAL., (Nearly opposite the Methodist Church.) H AS always on hand a full assortment of ar ticles in his line of trade at reasonable rates. ' CALL AMD SEE. Auburn. Sept 17. '5.5 my HENRY T. HOLMES, DEALER IX Groceries, Piovision*, IlaidtvaK and Crockcrv, Fire-Proof Brick Store. Main Street , AUBURN, CAL. Sepl. 15. ’5.5 my 11. 11. wiukes. M. n. •I. 11. MOOUE. H, H. WJCKES &, CO, KEER.S constanlly on hand at the Au burn Drug Store, iu Holmes' Brick Block, an extensive supply of Unit's. Med- <3 iciiiis. Pure Liquors, Points, ui/s, hrustn Class and Fancy Articles for the toil, t, whi( they oili r for sale upon the ino-t reasonable term Auburn. Sept. 15, 1855.—my. PIONEER LIVERY AND SALE H Y ALL E N & ]>’ O<; ,\ HT V, Commercial Street , Auburn, California. "117 HERE horses are kept constantly 1 T on hand, for sale or hire, on modi r ale terms. Riirticulur attention paid to Horses left mi Livery. sept 1.7. ,„y. UNION LIVERY STABLE. B.iitJVE y -v WOODY. proprietors Corner of East and Sacramento Streets, Auhui THE proprietors have recently , r . cteil ~ a large and commodious stable on the sib* of the -Old descent City Hotel” Where they keep constmisly on hand superior h< es lor hire *O-Good care and at tenth,,, pa to horses Idt on l,v.*ry at their stable, sept 17,i JAMES NOITnT Fa ah I on a bio Tu i I *, AUBURN, CALIFORNIA Jmlr * S° ; j a m ksWai mr II XR\ESS AND SHOP, SHOP On Main Street, Auburn, (.Middh Row QRROSITE to Gordon's Store. Making t Boots and Shoes. Ham* ss, & c ., and ro- I pa ring promptly attended to. Auburn, September 15, 1855, mr , MAGNOLIA SALOON. /OHM HILL. Frank Park, Proprietor. milK slack of Winos. Lhpmrs.and Cia» rw . at this 1 estiiblshinent ur inferior to none in the Stole. #S~Crtinected with the Snloon is on excellent RK.STAUIIANT. where will be served n superior meal on (|ort notice. sepllsmy. Store nt Hip Hound (.’orner. S.\i>l AT Til F OLD STAND, On the corner of Commercial find .Vain Streets, AUBURN, CAL., H\S now in store, and constantly receiving, a large anil complete assortment of Clothing, of every variety and style, in the new . Fire-Proof Uriel; Building on the Corner, Among which mny be found Fine Cloth Coats, latest style, Fine Calf Hoots. Hlk. Doi'sUin Hants.custom made. Gents Gaiters. Fashionable Vests. The largest variety of Fine Shirts over brought to Anbnrn. Undershirts. Drawers. Cravats and Hosiery. Hats of every Style. (Vlork Quality To my mining friends and customers. I offer the best stock of mining clothing such as heavy Hoots, Overshirts. Hlankets, Ac.. Ac., ever presented. Perfumery anil Fancy articles. Grateful for the past patronage of friends and customers. 1 solicit a continuance of the same. SAM. HVNKMAN. Auburn, Sept. 15. ’55. my YOUNn AMERICA Cigar ard Tobacco Store, I*. COODKIXI), M.U.V STREET, AC BURST, llTdl'Ll) inform the public and his patrons ft that the above head is the style of bis new br.ck front store, two doors below Wells. Fargo A" Co.'s Office, where ho is prepared to sell articles C/ni'jjrr than ran be hmejht the cohere. Not excepting San Francisco and Sacramento, at which places we hnva also opened branches, hav ing lately made large importations, and received per clipp'T ship* Golden West and Flying Cloud, .>00,04)0 i f anil American CicaiSj Among which may be found the most celebrated brands. WHOKKSAI.K and RETAIL DKAI.KKS would do well to examine the above stock before .pur chasing elsewln re. Auburn. Sept. 15.‘55 my STOVES, TIN AM) HARDWARE! JOHN i\. VAN HI AT Hit, Corner of East and Sacramento Streets, AUHCRN, CAI... mny !><• found in tlk* larjjo frnrm* A. T? building. opposite* to his old stnnd. wht re Ik* I)ns jn.-t received i\ in w and well selected stock of Stoves, l in. ItariUvnro. etc.. Which lie will si ll chenp for casli. lie is M-o ready to nccommodate all who may bestow their patronage. Auburn, Sept. 15. ’55 my NICABAGUA STEAMFH : P CO.’S LINE. For New Orleans via San Juan The Shortest. Quickest and Healthiest Route— Only Twelve Miles Kami Carriage— M; eadanv'/ed Road. Tuuorcn .iiic.it/ (ic tiik % N<> ('miiltinatioii! hairs trill Posilirili/ be at Reduced Rales. The fast and favorite steamer, CORTES, N. COLLINS. Iv-tp. Commander, Will Fail from Jackson ►tret t wharf, for San Juan del Sur. Cn Thursday, Sept. 20, at 9 o'clock, A. M., Connecting on the Atlantic side with the splendid steamer MOUTHER" LIGHT. The fortes has been thoroughly refitted and painted throughout, and is now in splendid condi tion. The water in the San Juan river is now very high and passengtrs by the fortes limy confident ly anticipate th shortest trip on record. Cabin passengers are ullowid KM) pounds of baggage free, steerage passengers 50 lbs. free. Knr correct information and turtle r particulars apply to ('. K. GARRISON. Agent, Corner of Sacramento and Leidesdorlf sis., sept 15 td San Francisco. OII.UKRT MrCOMIJE, \«. «7 O'! Washington Street, . SAX FRANCISCO, Of F1',15 lor Kilt 1 in packages and imantlth 8 to suit; Anti-(ii.ni i til. Warranted not to Gum on the fim -t Machinery■. Solnr :■]) rni Oil. I'nr Saloons mnl Families; Iliirii* without Smoking or Crusting tlie Wick. Sbcrm Oil. W. 11 Ulcncli.-il, ami Unbleached. Kli pliant Oil. .S' n 111. pliant, liolim .I. Lard Oil. \\ ini. r strained, 1 ni]>• >rt<-<l. Whale oil, Handsome I’oliir, Jib-ached. Cliiua Oil. 1 1 a un.l Nut in llaskets, Cases and Harr. Is. Tillin' rV Oil. Dot quality, in limn Is uml Casks. Oil .Snail, Fine-t qualify in Parrels. A\l" Grease. I'or Coaches, Dr-i vs, Express Wag oiis. Ac. I allow. ID si qualify imported ami manufactured. C-Itinpli -Ilf. Triple Relim-d. Distilled Daii\ lin pontine. In Tin ami Wood. Alcohol. Nile ty live per cent, in Tin and Wood. Du rni n s 1' I n id. Of lines! quality. St 1)1. 15. '55 3in S T \ I E OF i A M Fu II A I A, ( < oimty of IM.-imm. ’ K N n?.! V AIJ ' MKX liV THESE PRESENTS, I HA T I MART A GREEN, wife of W. W, On-'-n. of the Civnily and State aforesaid, In rcl.y declare my intention Ironi and alter this date, to avail myself of tin* hem-lit id an act entitled -An Act to authorize married women to transact busi- n (heir own name as sole trudi rs.” passed April 1 -111. iMii, that from and after this date, it is my intention In carry on business in my own name and for my own benelit. the business of rais ing grain and i grictillnr.il prodiictions of all kinds at Main Top. in Township No. (i, Slate and . " ni, y - l| ore.-aid; also, for the purpose of Tcam nio. and that lain he from Ihis date individually responsible lor all debts contracted by me in said aiMiiep . And Ido hereby further declare that tlte amount invested by me in said business or in tended so In hi . does not exceed the sum of live thousand dollars. IN IESIIMONV whereof. I have hereunto set ’ >111) 1, f eal this, 18tlt day of September, M. A. GREEN. [L. S.] ® rATE °* r UAUrOIIMA, CoDSTV OF Pi, ACEH. MS. 1 ersonaliy appears hefrre me a Justice of (lit eace iii and i'nr Town-hip No. (i. County of Placi r , l f r,v , | ,rc, ‘ u - personally known to me, anti iicknowbalgeil she exioiited the foregoing' inslrn m-'i't lor the purposes and uses (herein mentioned t.iven under iay hand this, 11HT day of Sept „ B. T. RUCKLEV, _•« Justice of the P.-aoe, Tp. No. fi., HU UJtii . MOT 14 E. "JV"* *1 **-L i s hi rel y given that •• The Mnrderert ;~7 ‘mr Rridge Company.” a corporation w ill # a PPl ! ‘Mt»on at tin* next regular Si'Hsions ol Dnr„.tl! ,r ' I I?, 1 Supervisors of the counties of El tlnn'ite i" : ' C! r. -State of California, (or au dr. <l .o„i o iir. < '*"fi tr,,ot a "wire bridgetwo hurt width'll y |,lt ln,) K t h hy twelve feet in Mi i H ' .. ,our and a half feet railing, across the of V ii « k-*l t *"‘ American River, at (lie liousc Mi,s i ' "’I!"' 1 - nt'ont one-fourth of a mile above Mnr- erers U ari in K , | )wtulo coUlll y, lllis 7tb d ul September, A. I). 1855. NEWELL & WILLIAMS, Sept, is.** . Attornc y for thc Corporation.