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Inequality of Representation.
Tho Shasta Republican instances a case which shows how unequal, under the present \ 'census, is tho legislative representation from - different counties in this State. In San Luis Obispo county, 160 votes, all ’ told, were cast for the respective candidates f for Assemblymen—Bl votes having been I given for the successful candidate, and 63 votes for one and 22 votes for another of the 'candidates. In the county of Shasta, which is allowed only one Assemblyman, there were, all told, 2,568 votes cast —1,400 for one candidate 1,1 for the other. In Siskiyou .coun ty, which has only one Assemblyman 3,700 votes were east. This glaring inequality cannot bo remedied until the next census by the general government, because the last •legislature refused to pass a bill, in accord ance with a provision of the constitution, for a State census this year. Later from the South. The steamer Senator arrived at San Fran cisco on Monday last, bringing two weeks la tter news from the Southern portion of tho State. Some difficulties have occurred with • the Indians, and the papers are fearful of an Indian war. A letter dated San Gorgonio, Oct. 20, and published in the Southern Californian, gives account of a meeting held in that vicinity, to take measures against the depredations and threatening aspect of the Indians in that valley and neighborhood. The letter says: From the late movements of the Indians, there is reason to believe that thev are med itating some evil. Several weeks since a (council of chiefs was held here for what (mrpose no one knows; but it was attended >y warriors from all the neighboring tribes. They kept their proceedings a profound se cret. The squaws are now moving into the (mountains, leaving their ‘’fighting men” be hind. As this is the first time such a thing (has ever occurred here, it causes great unea siness among tho residents. There has been much dissatisfaction of late, and within the last few weeks they have •made various threats against the whites,— They are apparently preparing for war and (the mountains are filled with them. As the settlers in this Pass are scattered •through a space of from 20 to 25 miles, they ■will be almost with protection in etise of .sudden difficulty. Very serious losses have already occurred . to the settlers at San Gorgonio, their cattle ‘having been stolen and driven off; one man ; recently lost one hundred head. It is reported the Indians would not allow /Job Washington and his surveying parly to ..approach the Colorado river. The Californian says; Tho fruit season is its last legs, and will soon bo over. Our 1 /citizens have generally done very well, their •fruit bringing ample returns. Next year it may be expected that fewer grapes will lie .gent North, and more wine manufactured. The total number of children between the ages of four and eighteen in the Los Ange les School District (which comprises the .present town limits) is 821. Of these 405 are males, and 416 females. There arc 26 .orphans. Emigration. —We learn that about forty wagons have crossed (be Colorado en route from Texas for California. It is estimated that upwards of fifty thousand sheep and |, several thousand head of cattle will come into this State by (lie southern route. — Star. Telegraph to San Dif.oo.—We arc in formed from a reliable source, that a Tele graph Company is about to he organized, for the construction of n line of telegraph from ;« this city to Los Angeles, for the purpose of jnaking a connecting link between San Fran cisco and the Atlantic States; and wo are al go informed that the line, if thought advisa ble will be continued to San 1 >iego. The •object of the projectors of this enterprise is, .as we are informed, to connect with the great Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Com pany, from tho Pacific to the Atlantic, and thus bring us into almost instant communi .cation with New York and all the cities of the East; also, affording our merchants quick and sure communication from all the princi pal points of the Eastern and Southern pates. S. F. Herald. Auburn Lime. —From tho Press we learn i.that Mr. Mr. 11. T. Holmes, of this place, lias ■burned 10 kilns, averaging 200 hhls, equal to 5510 barrels; each barrel 200 lbs., equal to i| 1,102,000 lbs; whole number of hands em ployed from 12 to 15; largest kiln burned, 60,070 lbs. Tho whole of the said lime has found a market in Nevada, Grass Valley, Marysville and Auburn, and wherever used pt is pronounced to he of a superior quality. Turnpike. —The turnpike road between Nevada and Washington, will he finished, so lave learn from the Nevada Journal , in two Bwceks. The road, when finished, will have a grade not to exceed ten inches -to the rod. Mr. Culbertson, of Auburn, is making the toad. * Quartz in El Dorado. —The Georgetown ■dyVie* says there are quartz mills in that vi grcinity, which are paying from 10 to 30 per ijeent. a month on the capital invested. A fire occurred tit San Francisco last .week ■which destroyed $30,000 worth of property. Dissolution. rpilE Co-partnership heretofore existing between -L E. J. firickeil, Charles Rice and Levi Johnson the Illinoistown Steam Saw Mill was dissolved November 2nd 1855, by mutual consents E. J. Brickell having purchased said Charles Rice's in terest, and will settle all demands atrainst Rice's share. E. J. BRICKELL, November IC, ’6> lit OH AS. RICE. _ _ Dissolution. eft HE Co-partnership heretolore existing between -L J. Gross and A- Freund under the stylo of Gross & Co., was dissolved.by mutual consent on Saturday, Nov. 3d, 1855. J. GROSS. A. FREUND. The w(il still be conducted by the un dersigned -at-the. old stand. A. FREUND. Auburn, Nov. lljth. '-55 3t ROBERT EISHER, House Carpenter and Joiner, [S PREPARED to erect buildings on short no tice. He constantly has on hand a large as lortment of SLUICE LUMBER, etc. Undertaking. QSSI All orders as Undertaker, promptly at endedf to. • R, J. FISHER. [a4d,v3] Great Excitement! NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS! L. NEWMAN &, CO’S CLOTHING EMPORIUM, Commercial street, one i/oor above the corner of Main, AUBURN. CAL. WE are now receiving at our Ore-proof brick store, the finest ai;d largest assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS ever offered for sale in Auburn, consisting in part Of Fine Cloth Frock Coats of all colors; .Sack and Business Coals of latest style; new and beautiful fashioned Opera Cloaks; Cassimere Pants, of blue, black and fancy colors; Vests, comprising the latest and most fash ionable patterns. Also, every style, color and quality of HATS.’ A superior assortement of fine white shirts and under garments. FRENCH CALF BOOTS, of the best quality sewed and pegged. We have on hand a superior article of cutlery, such as Pocket Knives, Scissors, Ac. PERFUMERY AAV FAA'CY ARTICLES , suitable for the toilet—the best that could be selected in the San Francisco market. MINEH S CL O THIA'G. We have received the largest assortment of Mi ners Clothing of any store in town, and will sell them at reasonable prices. CIGARS, We will, as we always have done, and which everybody knows, keep the best and finest brands of Havana Cigars. P- £f The firm offer their thanks to their friends arpl the citiseus for the liberal patronage hereto fore bestowed, and by attention to business will endeavor to deserve its continuance. Auburn, Oct 27 my L. NEWMAN' & CO. Fashion Saloon, W. OSISU U N, Proprietor, Auburn, Cul., On Commercial Street ith dour from Main, in Parkinson's new brick build g. FTUIE above saloon is now opon for the acoom -1 modation of the public, who are respectfully invited to call. The BAR is supplied with the best of LIQUORS and CIGARS. Aubuni, Oct. 27, my The very Latest Attraction! NEW establishment: WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY! DAVIS H ERNST El N, Manufacturer and Dealer in Jewelry. a / In Mansell's neat building on the corner, opposite Aorcruss’ stare, AUBURN, CAL, [S NOW OPENING a large and extensive as sortment of articles in Ills lino, and would in vite the attention of purchasers to the splendid lot of goods that he offers for sale—among which may be found Watches, Clorks, GOLD AAV) SILVER PEA'S tf PEA'CILS. EAR RLVGS. FLVGER RIA GS, ETC., ETC. Watches. Clocks, Jewelry, etc., will Repaired promptly snd in a workmanlike maimer, and be warranted to remain in good order for twelve months. Having located permanently in Auburn, the undersigned desires a share of public patronage, as he will sell as cheap as the cheapest. REMEMBER THE STAND! In MunscdPs new building on the corner of the Center Row. DAVIS BERNSTEIN. Auburn, Oct. 27 my Sale of Stock. fVTOTICE is hereby given, that the following T. M shares of stock in the Gold Jlill & Bear River Water Company, located at the town of Gold Hill in Placer County, will be sold at public auction, at the Court House door, iu the town of Auburn, in said county', at II o’clock, a. m., ON TUESDAY THE fTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 18,7.5, to-wit: Thirty-two shares, numbering from 49 to .59 and from iiO to (J 4. and from 1 U. 5 to 120, both numbers inclusive, which shares stand upon (lie books of said company in the name of Samuel C. Astin, and upon which there is an assessment of two thousand two hundred and forty dollars. Also Shares Nos. 37, 39. 40, 41. 42, 45, 40, 47, 06, 128, 129. 131, 133, 134, 13.5. 130 137, 138. 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144. 145, 140. 149. 150, 151 and 152, being iu all thirty shares, standing upon the books of said company in the name of E. li. Mas tick, and upon which there is jin assessment of twenty-one hundred dollars Also Shares Nos. 147 and 148 standing upon said company books as the property of James 11. Kay. and upon which there is an assessment of one hundred and forty dollars. Said shares of stock will be sold to pay said assessments, and whoever will agree to pay the assessments so due, upon each lot of shares respectively, together with the expense of this ad vertisement and tile other expenses of sale, for the smallest number of whole shares, shall bo deemed the highest bidder. RUFUS SMITH. Soc’y Gold Hill A Bear River Water Co. Gold Hill. Nov. Ist. 1855, 5t SIMMONS. The State of California, County of Placer: . In the District Court of the Eleventh Judicial District of said Stale. THE PEOPLE or the STATE or CALIFORNIA, To G. W. Sullitf. Paul Du Lnfray, Patrick Coyle, Norman Fulton, George W. Mattocks, John Coyle, John Fellon. under the name style and firm of John Coyle &, Co., greeting: You are hereby re quired to appear and answer, in said Court, unto the complaint of W. P. Rica, wherein he demands judgment against you for one thousand and three dollars and ninety-live cents ($ 1003,95), for goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered, for money lent, paid, laid out and expended, and for work and labor done, as stated in account on file, which said complaint was this day tiled in said Court, within ten days after the service of this writ, if served in said county, and within forty days if served within any other county, and you are hereby notified that if you fail to answer the complaint as directed Plaintiff will apply for judgment for said amount and for costs of suit. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, this 13lh day of September, a. d.. 1855. A. S. GRANT, Clerk, Sept. 15 '55 3m By F. B. HlOttnW, Dept. SIMMONS. Stale of California, County of Placer, District Court of the 1 llh Judicial District fur said State — THE PEOPLE or the STATE OF CALIFOR NIA, To Thomas H. Place, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to appear and answer the com plaint of Catharine Place tiled against you, with in ten days, exclusive of the day of service of this writ, if served within said county, in twenty days if served within any other county in this Ju dicial District, and within forty days if served within any other county in this State, wherein she prays judgment against you for a decree of Court to dissolve the liauds of matrimony existing be tween yourself and her. And you are notified that if you fail to appear and answer ns aforesaid, Plaintiff will take judg ment against you by default for costs and dam ages and will apply at tbc District Court for the remedy prayed for. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the seal of [seal.] said Court at my office in Auburn, this 9th day of March, a. i>., 1855. WM. A. JOHNSON, Clerk. Nov. 3d, 1855. 4w Notice IS hereby given that the Annual Election for of ficers and Directors of the Auburn & Yankee Jim’s Turnpike, Company will beheld at the office of Hubbard <t Allen in Auburn, on the Ist Mon day of December, at 2 o’clock, r. m. B. C. ALLEN, Secretary. Auburn, Nov. 10th, ’55 3t AunirßM. THE OLD STAND STILL AHEAD! (1 KOBQR \VI ELM ENT would respccl 'M fully inform the people of Auburn Hint vi cinity, thut he is still doing business at the old .stand on the same liberal scale as of old. Pos sessing every facility for buying that could be desired, he pledges himself TO SELT CHEAPER than can be bought hero or elsewhere, of like qual ity. Buying as he does, and being blessed with a, substantial share of the custom, ho is bound to sustain the above pledge. He keeps constantly on hand a large supply and good assortment of MINING AND PLUMING TOOLS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, GRAIN, CIGARS, COCKTAIL FIXINGS, AND AN EXTRA QUALITY OP LIQUORS. N. 11.—Goods delivered free of charge. ly KENTUCKY STORE! A. & I. DAVIDSON, CORKER Of MAIN AM) COMMERCIAL STREETS, AUBUIEX, CAL. Til E proprietors of the above store hav- -Al ing recently received a superior lot of ij NEW GOODS at their new Eire-Proof Brick -Dl Storeroom, oiler them to the public on very rea sonable terms. Their stuck consists in part of Clot)■ ing, Hoots, Shoos, Hals ami Caps. A I.SO A superior lot of LA I) HAS GOODS. PEJiFV- AfF.li F of all kinds, Fancy Articles, ,te. ."Jt-Sf Rcmeinbep the Kentucky Store. "Ss, Auburn. Oct 1 .i, '55 my Clothing Store at the Hound Comer. SAM AT Tin: OLD STAND, On the coiner of Commercial anil .Main Streets, AUBURN, CAL., Has now in store, and constantly receiving, a large and complete assortment of Clothing, of every variety and style, in the new Fire-Proof Brick Building on the Corner, Among which may be found Fine Cloth Coats, latest style, Fine Calf Boots. Blk. Doeskin Pants,custom made. Gents Gaiters. Fashionable Vests. The largest variety of Fine Shirts ever brought to Auburn. Undershirts. Drawers. Cravats and Hosiery. Mats of every Style, Cohn- N Quality To my mining friends and customers.! offer the best stock of mining clothing such as heavy Boots, Overshirts. Blankets, Ac,. Ac., ever presented. Perfumery aisil Fancy aiticlos. Grateful for the past patronage of friends and customers, I solicit a continuance of the same. SAM. 11VN EM AN. Auburn, Sept. 15, ’55, rny VVM. K. PARKINSON, DEALER IN Groceries. Provisions. Liquors, &c. &c., AUBURN i CAL. Tin: undersigned in calling the attention of the public to his stock would also improve the opportunity to return thanks for the bestowal of a generous patronage continued through the number of years he has been engaged in business here. Grateful for the confidence thus placed in him, and determined to merit its continuance in future, he offers, at the lowest rates, a large and well selected assortment of Liquoia of a superior quality; Groceries and Provisions; Crockery anti Glassware; Cordage, Preserved Fruits, etc., Miners Supplies, Hardware, Pluming Tools, etc. Particular attention paid to filling orders.— Purchasers are requested to call at the OLD STAND on Commercial street, 1! doors from the corner. WM. K. PARKINSON. Auburn. May 12. my UNION LIVERY STABLE. BABAEV Sf WOODY , PROPRIETORS. Corner of East and Sacramento Streets, Auburn. FTUIE proprietors have recently erected JL a large and commodious stable on the gfe&vTi site of tiie “Old Crescent City Hotel,” \j7i» where they keeji constansly on hand superior hor ses for hire. jtr-9-Good care and attention paid to horses left on livery at their stable. scptlSmy PALMER & MURRAY. WA G OX AND BLA CKSMITH Sll OP THE above firm still carry on their busi ness in all its branches, on the site of Ma& the old Mechanics’ Hall. ESt" Repairing wagons. Ac., done on short notice. Auburn. Sept. 15, 1855. my. Cheaper than (he Cheapest!!! GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES AT W. F. NORCROSS’ JEWELRY STORE, Sign of the Mammoth Watch, Main Street, Auburn. THE subscriber is now prepared to furnish goods and do work at the very lowest possible prices and will guarantee every article as represented.— He has on hand a large and splendid assortment of WATCHES AND JEWELRY, consisting of Rings in great variety. Breast Pins, Broaches, Setts of Jewelry, Fine Gold Lock ets. Pencils, Ear Rings, Shirt Ballons, Studs, Gold Buckles, and Slides, Specimen Jewelry. Odd-Fellows and .Masonic Breast Pins, Rings and Emblems , NccU, Vest and Fol» Chains, Heals, Charms, &c. A largo assortment of Gold Bens with or without cases. Watch Keys of every description, Silver Ware and a variety of Spectacles. Also an assortment of clocks oc hand, at very low prices. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Til E undersigned having moved intohisNew Store, lias received a general assortment of SCHOOL, HISTORICAL, POETICAL &MISCELLANEOUS LOOKS A GREAT VARIETY OF BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, Fine Cutlery, Gold Pens, AI.SO Musical Insti aments of Different Kinds— VIOLINS, GUITAR STRINGS, ETC. State Papers and Magazines received bv each Mail. M. OBERDEENER. In Sam. Ilynoman’s fire-proof brick house, 2d iloor from Wells, largo, & Co. Auburn, Sept. 8, my STOVES, TIN AND HARDWARE! JOHN N. VAN MATER, Corner of East and Sacramento Streets, AUBURN, CAL., linio may be found ip the largo frame Jb* f I building, opposite to his old stand C_q] where he has just received a new and well selected stock of Stoves, Tin, Hardware, etc.. Which he will sell cheap for cash. He is also ready to accommodate all who may bestow thoir patronage. Auburn, Sept. 15, ’55 my FOR RENT. —Three offices in Holmes' Fire Proof Brick—suitable for Lawyers, Phy sicians or Bachelors sleeping apartments. 11. T HOLMES. Auburn, Oct. 27 tf AUBUIIN. W ELLS, FARGO & CC.E JL EXPRESS, EXPRESS DISPATCHED DAILY TO ALE PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. Gold Dust, Bullion and i’ackiigcq of every description forwardej. (Jujlrtlions Orders ii < ommissions proinplly attended to. BILLS OF EXCHANGE SOLD Payable in all the principal Atlantic towns and cities. Highest I’rice Paid for Gold Dust. Express in charge of SPECIAL AIESSEA'- (iEH daily between Sacramento and Nevada via Auburn. ,IXO. Q. JACKSON, Auburn, Oct. 13, '55 my Agent. aSI LEASTS Si 0 XE& J&Sii RESTAURANT, BROADWA V ST.. AUHVIEW Cliurles Morrison, Proprietor. rpilE ABOVE well known public house having F boon rebuilt in a superior stylo by Hit- pro prietor, he would respectfully request a renewal of the patronage so liberally bestowed heretofore. The location of the House is well adapted to the convieiienco qf the travelling public, being the ollice for the C. I LIFUR.X J.l STAGE COM PA AT. Particular attention will be paid tp insure neat, airy, and COMFOIiTAREK EODGIA G. to the house is a J.'ath Room to which boarders will have access weekly. The public are assured that no paiijs will bo spared in furnishing every luxury and comfort of tlm season, upon terms lower than at any other House. Hour of closing. 11 o'clock. P. M. July 28 GEM HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, H auburn, H PEACES COUATY, CAE. rpilE Proprietor having rebuilt this favorite lio- L tel, improved in size style, and accommoda tions, is again ready to entertain his old friends and the public in a style unsurpassed by any House in the place. ytS-llis TABLE will continue to be supplied with every luxury the market affords. »«rliis SLEEPING A PA RTM ENTS, for clean liness. comfort and convenience, are unsurpassed by any in Auburn. 1J is UAH. as heretofore, will be furnished with choice LIQUORS, CIGARS, Ac. July 28. ’55 my ISAAC \V. CREDIT. NEW YORK SHAVING SALOON AND BATHING ROOMS. mu R PROPRIETOR of the above establish- A ment would beg most respectfully to call the attention of his friends and the public to his Hair dressing Saloon, which has been refitted in a style j superior to anything in Auburn, and trusts that 1 as he was the Pioneer in low prices, and the first to open a place worthy the patronage of the gen tlemen of this place, That Ik* will drseivo if. Ho has associated with him MR. JAMES JAM ESON, so long and favorably known in connection with the Washington Baths, San Francisco, the Tontine Buildings, Wall street, New York, and Kitchen A Henderson's. Boston. In conclusion he would request all who want their Hair Cut artistically, to be Shampood a la mode, or to be Shaved easily, to call here. WAR STEVEN. Warm and Cold Baths from 7 a. m. until 9 p. m. Auburn, Aug. 4, 1855. EMPIRE LIVERY &, SALE STABLE, AUBURN , CAL. rjAHE subscriber would respectfully an .L nomice to bis friends and the public generally that he has opened the above M 7. named stable in the town of Auburn, County of Placer, near the Empire Hotel, where he will be pleased to accommodate all persons who may favor him with a call. He has a large number of Gentle Saddle Horses to hire at all limes; ALSO BUGGIES, WITH on WITHOUT HOUSES. Horses taken at Livery «n moderate terms.— Also Horses bought and sold on commission at moderate charges. Any one intrusting business to the care of the undersigned may roly upon every care and atten tion being paid, fiv G. H. STEPHENS. Auburn. Die. 9,’54 6m PIONEER LIVERY AND SALE but*.. 1? Y ALI, E N if KOGA R T V, Commercial Street, Auburn, California. WHERE horses are kept constantly on hand, for sale or hire, on moder ate terms. Particular attention paid to , Horses left on Livery. sept 15, ray. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES! ROBERT GORDON rSTAKES THIS METHOD of notifying ffnf) -B. his friends and the public generally. WatfalD that he can still be found at his old stand, on the corner of Main and Commercial streets, with a full assortment of all the necessary articles for Mining, Farming, Hotel and Family use HIS BAH IS ALWAYS WELL SITI’LII'.I) WITH THU CHOICEST Liquors, CigitTs, N»c. And his goods, which lie warrants of a superior quality, he is determined to sell at the lowest Cash Prices —and delivers free of charge. N. B.—ORDERS from a distance promptly at tended to. Auburn. June 23d. ’ssmy Placer County Hospital. TYTOTICE is hereby given that there is a Hospital it for the benefit of the indigent sick of said county, now established and in operation in the town of Auburn, under (he supervision of D. S. P. Thomas. By order of the Board of Supervisors. Sept. 22d, ’55.—3m A. S. GRANT, Clerk. WE MUST HAVES ROOM! Enormous Sacrifice in Furniture! Wld HAVE a large amount of Stock afloat, which we wish to make room for on arrival, in our large and extensive * T* warerooins. And for this purpose we assure the Public of our determination to dispose of a por tion of our PRESENT EXTENSIVE STOCK. WE WILL OFFER BARGAINS To parties wishing to purchase, such as will be SURE TO SUIT. We are able to SELL LOWER Than was ever known in California. HOWES ft CO., Nos. 180 and 182 Montgomery street, Opposite the Theatre, aug 25 3mo SAN FRANCISCO. NOTIC’D is hereby given, that during my absence from the State, Henry Hubbard will act as my agent in transacting nil business left in charge by me. ABRAM BRONK Auburn Nov. Ist, 1855, 3t I YANKEE JIM, lOWA HILL. WILLIAM DUCK, Yankee jim, PLACER COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. I AM NOW SELLING GOODS AT REDUCED I'KICKS, and Miners aru invited to cull and see my now and elegant stock AT THE OLD STAND. ON M AIN BTRKKT. One door above Adams A: Co.’s Express Office. Goods packed for purchasers to anv part of the Mines. WILLIAM DUCK. Yankee Jim’s, Cjct. 14, ’sl—Cm HUBERT (u;rave\s&co. THE PEOPLES STORK, YANKEE JIM, PLACER COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, KEKP CONSTANTLY ON' HAND A LAUOK AND WELL SK LKCTKI) STOCK OF Provisions, Liquors, ami Miners Supplies. Miners and others wishing to purchase are res pectfully invited to call and examine for them selves. Goods packed to order. sptll ly MAGNOLIA SAIOaN. lOWA HILL. !■’ r » 11 U P a r k , Proprietor. rjMIE stock of Wines. Liquors,and Cigars, at this establishment nr inferior to none in the State. /■ ■' -Connected with the Saloon is an excellent RESTAURANT, where will be served a superior meal on short notice. soptlamy. GEORGE MEYER & CO. Corner of 6th and J streets, Sacramento. DEALERS IN ’ROVISIOAS, CJKOCKIUES, A-r. rjTAKE pleasure in announcing to the public, that lliey have just completed their fire proof lii'ioi; Store, and ore now prepared to offer for sale a large and well assorted stock of Goods, at prices that will Uely competition. oot2o 1 in. I.\TER\ \TIOAAL HOTEL N.i.V FRANCISCO. PROPRIETORS ul this extensive M. establishment have the pleasure to an uounoe to their numerous patrons, that their tt-aL large addition to this Hotel is now completed.— We have 150 rooms capable of accommodating t!5O guests, and the finest dining room in the Stale, making the house one of the largest and best in California. We ret am onr sincere thanks to onr numerous patrons, for past favors and solicit a continuance of the same, pledging our selves to give SATISFACTION to ai.l who will favor us with a call. Jackson, bet. Montgomery A Kearner sis. Jan2o my PECK & FISHER*. GJLHKKT tfc IAIcCOMBE, ,\o. U 7 At 6?> Washington Street, SAW FRANCISCO, OFFl’It for sale in packages and quantities to suit: Anti-Gum Oil. Warranted not to Gum on the finest Machinery. Solar Sperm Oil. For Saloons and Families; Hums without Smoking or Crusting the Wick. Sperm Oil. Well Blenched, and Unbleached. Elephant Oil. Sea Elephant, Refined. Lard UiJ. Winter strained, imported. Whale Oil. Handsome Polar, Bloaejigd. China Oil. Tea and Nut in Baskets, Cases and Barrels. Tanners’ Oil. Best quality, in Barrels and Casks. Oil Soap. Finest quality in Barrels. Axle Grease. For Coaches, Drays, Express Wag ons, Ac. Tallow. Best quality imported and manufactured. Camphene. Treple Refined, Distilled Daily. Turpentine. In Tin and Wood. Alcohol. Ninety-five per cent, in Tin and Wood. Burning Fluid. Of finest quality. Sepf. 15. ’53 8m YOUNG A M LltlCA Cigar and Tobacco Store, 13. GOODKIM), M.IBV STREET, AUBURN, WOILI) inform the public and bis patrons » T that the above bead is the style of his new brick front store, two doors below Wells, Fargo & Co,’s Office, where he is prepared to sell articles Cheaper than can be bone/lit elsewhere. Not excepting San Francisco and Sacramento, at which places we hava also opened branches, hav ing lately made large importations, and received per clipper ships Golden West and Fly ing Cloud, 500,(400 of ilavaiin and American Cigars, Among which may be found the most celebrated brands. WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS would do well to examine the above stock before pur chasing elseu here. Auburn, Sept. 15,’55 my LEO. A. KEEHNEIHS EAGLK BAKERY & CONFECTIONARY, AUBURN, CAL. T m ■' Proprietor of this favorite old stand would notify Rio pnblicthut he is at all times prepared to till the orders fqr his pustojjiors with promptness and in the bent manner. The best of Cakes and (i«*iifectioiinr|ps ITIBPABED FOR BALLS, PARTIES, WELDINGS, Ac, AT THE SHOUTF ST NOTICE. FRESH BREAD can be bad every day nt bis bakery, or will be delivered in any part of town, as customers may desire. The patronage of house keepers and the public generally is solicited, may 12 my G EG. A. KEEHNER. GENERA L DIRECTORY. Government of the United States. THE NATIONAL EXECUTIVE. Franklin Pierce. of New Hampshire, President of the United States. David R. Atchison, of Missouri, Vice President, tiro trm. THE CABINET. William L. Marcy, of New York, Secretary of State. James Guthrie, of Kentucky, Secretary of the Treasury. Robert McClelland, of Michigan, Secretary of the Interior. James C. Dobbin, of North Carolina. Secretary of the Navy. Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi. Secretary of War. James Campbell, of Pennsylvania, Postmaster General. Caleb Cushing, of Massachusetts, Attorney General. THE JUDICIARY. SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. J. Taney, of Maryland, Chief Justice, n McLean, of Ohio, Associate Justice, res M. Wayne, of Georgia, do n Catron, of Tennessee, do rr V. Daniel, of Virginia, do niel Nelson of New York, do wrt Grier, of Pennsylvania, do ijamin R. Curtis, of Mass., do n A. Campbell, of Alabama, do United States Judicial Officers. E SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, JUNE I, 1855. M 11. McAllister, Circuit Judge for California and Oregon. Isaac S. K, Ogicr, District Judge. Edward Hunter. Marshall. Charles E. Carr, District Clerk. Paclficfts Ord, District Attorney. Win. li. Wallace, U. S Commissioner at Santa Barbara OENERAL DIfi^CTORY. Alex. S. Taylor, Deputy Clerk and U. S. Com missioner, at Monterey. The principal Office of the V. S. District Cod rt for the Southern District, is at Los Angeles, Wbere the , f uclge, Clerk, Marshal and District Attorney have their offices. . State Government of California. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,. John Bioler, of Sacramento, Gorei-Ror. Sami kl IThdy. Lieut. Governor. James W. Denver. Secretary Of Stote. S. A. MeMeans. Treasurer of State. Sam. Hell, Controller of State; Paul K. l.ubljs. Superintendent of Public ln struction. John li. McConnell, Attorney General. S. IT Marietta, Surveyor Cederal. Wm. C. Kibbe, Quarter Master General. I - JI’DICTA R Y. llncli C. Murray, Chief Justice. Solomon Ileydcnfeldt, Associate Justice. Charles 11. llryan, do do. • J. K. Heard, Clerk of the Supreme Court. DIST First District.— Second District. Third District. Fourth District. Fiith pisiiiigT.— Sivm District.— Seventh Distuic 10i(iiit District.- Ninth District. Tenth District. Eleventh Disi iu Twelfth Dnifßij. MCT JUPPBS, • Benjaipiji Hayes —Joaquin Carilli*. Craven P. Heater. —John S. Hngar. Charles M. Crranof nson. A. C. Mftnst . i-.-E. \Y. McKinatry. PlT# J. M. Peters. - William P. I)nn(jerOe|i\ William S. Harbour. V. HfflrrH i i j Norton. t. — Nppl IT.ACER goyjJTV.OFFICERS. Hon. J. E. Hale, (’aunty Judge. Wm. T. Henson, Sheriff A. S. (Irani. County Cler(t J. R. Crandall, Treasurer, M. 10. Mills, District Attorney A. S. Smith, Assessor. (I. H. Colby, Surveyor. J. R. Gwynn. Public Administrator. J. I„ Finley, Coroner. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. . J W (Uiinn, Dolan’s liar, Ist District Wm. li. Miller, Auburn, Ed •• Vacancy, putoh plat, 3d M Wm. D. Lawrence, Birds Flat, 4th “ D. J. Baker, Todd’s Valley, slj; “ May, July, September and i-pyefltber. UNITED STATES MAILS. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. James Bowen, Post Master v be Sacramento Mail arrives at Auburn daily M. Departs, every morning at MKMHERS OF THE LEGISLATURE. Senators.— -J. C. Hawthorne. Auburn, Charles Westmoreland, lowa Ilill Asskmiji.tmen.—Situs Selleck. Rattlesnake, Lansing Stout, Beal’s Bar. T. 11. Reed. Yankee Jim. i R. 1.. Williams, Mineral Bar. DISTRICT COURT. Hon, John M. Howell, Judge. t Meets qn the second Monday in January, and on the third Mondays in April, July end petober COURT OF SESSION'S- Hon. James E. Hale, Presiding Judge, fl. 'f. Buckley and Hiram R. Hawkins. Associate!. , sleets on the second Monday of Febuary, May, August mid November. COUNTY t’OURT. Hon. James E. Hair, Judg*. , Meets on the First Mondays in January, March, r .. 1..,.. ... t ... 1 M,.. PROBATE COURT. Hon. James E. Hale, Judge- Meets on the fourth Monday in each pipqtU TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. Township Nc. I, • t Justices—L. D. Latimer. C’arrollon; Edwin Avery, Dotan’s liar. Cuiistaliles--W. Webber. Dry Creek; Samuel Haylt-ss, CarroUon. Township No. ii. • ■ 1 Justices— D. V. Mason, Gold Hill; John Barnes, Coon Creek. Constables—George Vt-ric; Tbps. Faircbißj. Township Np. 3. ■ ■" ' ’ Jussipcs—J. M. Frey, Rattlesnake; p. W. Finley, Auburn. Constables—M. P. 11. Love, Auburn; E. B. Hale, Rattlesnake, Township No. -L John McNally, Illinoislotyn; E. Hogan, Mom;- tain Springs. Constables —Leonard Jpnes, Dutch Flat; S. M Browning, Dutch Flat. Township Np- 5. 1 ' 1 ' Justices- R. 0. Cravens, Yankee Jim; William M.Cldnaban, Todd’s Valley. - Constables—-A. L. Francisco, Todd’s Valley; J D. Cartwright, Yankee Jim.' Township No. 6. < Justices —Daniel Cribbs, SurahsvlUe; )iee, Michigan City. Constables—Thomas Sims, Michigan City; Jacobs, Surnhsville. Township No. 7, : - 1 '■ Justices —T. P. Slade, lowa IliR; f*. JL SeUeo, Wisconsin. '■ ■ ■ Const Tiles—ll. C. Ladd. Iqjyg Hill; William M. Crutcher, Wisconsin. To\vnsiiip No. 8. Justices—l’. G. Hyland, Last Chance. Constable—J. G. Walker, Lust Chance. Township No. !). Justices—G. C. Young, Secret Ravine; W. O. Hayes, Taylor’s Ravine. ■ • Constables—Newton Penry; W. H. Hill. o'clock, P. clock. avos for Y ankee Jim, Michigan Bluff and d’s Valley, every Tuesday, Thursday and Sal ly nt 2 o clock, P. M. or lllinoistown, lo«a City and Mountain ings, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday* Hives fyma the above places every Monday, Incsday and Friday at 11 o’clock, A- M. he U. S. law requires all postage matter to be I in advance. STAGES. ■ v California Stage Cpmpany’s Stages, leave for Sacramento daily at 7 o’clock. For Nevada at 1 o’clock, P. M. “ lllinoistown “ 2 “ " " Marysville “12 “ M. S. Whitmahsig Agent YANKEE JIM LINE. James Clarke, Proprietor. Leaves Auburn daily at 1 o’clock P. M. rives every morning at 11 o’clock. Ar hatti.esnake a dotan’s dab yis> George Stevens, Proprietor. .eaves Auburn daily at 2 o’clock P. M. JAMES NOLAN, Fashionable Tajlor, 1 ÜBURN , CALIFORSJ4 % , in Street, next door to Norcross’Jewelry Store alburn, Sent. 15, 1855. my. JAMES WALSH, • HARNESS AND SHOE SHOP. . Main Street , Auburn, ( Middle Rote J kPPOSITE to Norcross’ Store Making " Boots and Shoes, Harness, Ac., and ra ring promptly attended to. luburn, September 15 1855. my-