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Itoiln *htioiuilDemocrat.
JOHN R RIDGE, Editqr
o lies -Oorner of Mai Ion Lano end 24 street
\ s ,„ c y Nottre.—' Mr. !. P. Kmaie i« oil* only
am I,. , i arent In gin Kraneis’-o. to receive stiver*
, . j.! f.r IV «.» in-, ml to tr.in«ar' busl
■ -n,-rally forth:- V«*i. <M;- No 1*1 I - Wash
„ ;i •v.v.'t, (up .) nearly upposlte Maguires
o !>-■ 1 ll'MU '•
M l r II. D Wills IN i-t our A-rent In Sbnoranienlo,
mil is authorise! to receive suite Hn ‘ 1 adv-r-
I,. u-nH. i-i liar, v |,i fur th" .am, Office at B
II Hu : lev,’. I' nt office Ksehange, 4th -Irect, °e
tween J ami K, near the Post Oillee.
MARYSVILLE,
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rniniv, n <«. I*»
/ hurt nrveii on th* riWtir of my country et*r.
mn«« <o entry prm of tyranny <mr the
iniiui of man." fhoe..Jarr«a»o!i.
Democratic *t:»le Ticket.
K r Members "f Congress,
JOSEPH C. McKIBBEN,
OF SIERRA.
WILLIAM L. DUDLEY,
or CALAVKRAS.
For Juljre • f the Supreme Court,
JOHN CURREY,
Of SOLANO.
For State Controller,
I. N. DAWLEY,
F r Clerk of Snpromt* Court,
H. U JENNINGS,
OF Bt'TTK.
DEMOCRATIC COI N TY TICKET.
y„r Slot- Senator,
13. X>. WIIE33Ij13XI.
For Joint Senator,
W. II. 37AIUS3.
For Assemblymen,
C E r»E T.ON'o, I M. FELLER,
,1 S SUNDERLAND. I JOEL STODDARD,
JOHN WIIEALDON.
It (Kill nr \ u!>n Inmil) Uinmernllc Cm
trill CoiiiimIIIh’.
Off AS. II. BK VAN. Chairman.
\ni. M. I'E.VKL, I I’ETER KICK,
J. G. CANNON, ! W.M. LLWLLL.
COMMITTEE NOTICE.
There will be a meeting of the regular Democratic
Centra ECommUtee, (appointed by the regular Demo
cratic C in enti.m, ahull met in Marysville on the S#th
of July- Inst.) in M irysrllle. ■ . Monday,the l.'tlh Inst,
Important business a 111 be transa t‘! Members will
please communicate.
(’ 11 1IKTAN, Chairmnn.
TO OVK PAVROM.
There has I n no change In the business depart
ment of this paper. Advertisements received by us
as publishers of the Daily Nkws will be continued in
the Daily N atioxal Democrat, and subscribers will
b. t irnisb 1 with the Nation il Democrat in its place,
unlo'S ord rs l* received by us t » discontinue the same-
A. S. KANDALL & CO.
in c 1 ■* ——
Tin Tin: mu The Minstrels' popularity
increases nightly. I. i t evening, in addition
to tlie exquisite harmony of the vocal ami in
strumental music, f!co. Christy's piece, WefTo,
or the sensible monkey, iv;o produced. Mr.
Christy’s imp, r-oimtion of the monkey was
r murkaUy natural, r.:ul drew down tliumi
ers of apple u e. lie is certainly one of the
beat come ii.ins on any stage. Ilia negro drol
leries whlli hove fir years drawn crowds
together in New York, form but a small part
of his povt or to amuse, lie is a good aetor,
put him where you will.
M i-fter Km . n- ha - no rival in his Hue. He
is th- original, and no one him, as yet, at
tempted to imitate him.
Of the Sun Fraueieeo Minstrels, there is no
need to speak. All of us know them, and
M.irv.'ViUe people are never better pleased
than when listening to the deep bass of Sam
Wells, or luiigliingut his jokes, or when there
ears are giveti 1 with the delightful singing
of l 'amphell and Barker, the smooth tones of
Lothian’s violin, or the lively picking of the
banjo of George Coca. No one who hath
music in him df should fail to go nnd see thi*
admirable tr mpe.
Jl.utvsviLi.K Park Oot itSK. —The pacing
match, advertised to take place yesterday,
was brought to a sudden close after the first
Neal, which was easily won by Morg. Miller.
On the home stretch, in the second heat.
Morg. Miller broke and jumped on the back
of the Oregon Pony, and he, not wishing to
carry so much weight, suddenly “spilt” Ids
driver, and kicking behind and before, broke
the sulky. The judges decided that, as there
was no distance in the race, it was a drawn
game. We perceive that great preparations
are g ing at the Park for the State Fair, and
we can now boast of having the fastest stock
at present in the State; first, there is the
world renowned hay mare, “Princess,” who
is said to have trotted a mile in 2.21, and
also tile celebrated Marysville horse,Glencoe
Chief; be-ides these, we have the great pa
cers of tli- day, Fred Johnson and Dan. Web
ster—liors> s that are renowned for their
great spe. d and bottom We understand that
matches have been made, to come off during
the State Fair, for all the best horses in the
State.
Kia onoitn’s Cornr,—I. Flckert was fined,
on twq charges for fa.-t driving, $75 ; paid
and discharged.
Frank Livingston, a notorious horse thief,
mu:- lo-lgi d in tlie station house, on Wednes
day night. He uas in charge of constable
Cautiu, aid was on his way from Shasta
county, where he was arrested, to Indian
Diggings, in El Dorado county, where he
stoic, some time ago, four horses.
t Ai \\ oiiK.—lion. J. C. MeKibben and Wn>,
. 1 hid ley, the 1 temoeratie candidates for C’on
ross, are already stumping tlie State. They
are announced to address the people of Stock
tin on Monday evening next. The people
avc everywhere received them with the
wildest enthusiasm.
Int: Meanimi or tue Z.mk ary-Montgomery
A winna ex'*. —There is a slight difference be
tween the YiNUcudcu-Montgomery Amend
ment and the 7-acVry Montgomery Amend
in. ut The one slay, A Ole original Kansas
poli-y of the President, wui the other will
certainly slay the President’* ,* rty itl t j,j*
State. Our readers are aware that the Reso
lution which embodied the essence of th* be
Compton doctrine, ami which was incorpora
ted into th< Administration State Convention
Platform, was introduced by the Sutter coun
ty Statesman. A coteinporary define* the
Zachary-Montgomery Amendment to be this;
'/he people hurt a riyht to vote upon their or
panic hue if they dexire it, uiiU.it their Hepre
tentative* object to it.
In San Francisco, William Thomas lias
ccTOtncnced a suit for divorce from Melissa
ihoraas on the ground of desertion.
The LNompten “hue and cry.'’
The Leeompton press are very much con
cerned for the Douglas men, lest they find
themselves led otr into “ Black Republican
ism." The change, according to their sapient
notions, is going to he so gradual that the
first thing the Douglas men know, they will
have undergone a thorough trnnsforimi‘ion
and each one of them wake up some fine
morning, Jk>ok in the glass and find himself a
Blaek Republican ! This is in effect to say
to the Dougins men that they are fools, and
that they do not know what they are about ;
so obtuse in intellect and in moral percep
lions that they are ignorant of what kind of
doctrine they are advocating, and that it is
only the Leeompton men who have any sense
and know what is national and conservative.
Well, a sufficient answer to this is, that the
Douglas Democracy stand on the Cincinnati
Platform and the Kansas Nebraska Rill,
while the Republicans have distinctly en
dorsed in State Convention their old Nation
nl Platform of 1850, and declared their in
tention to stand by it at all hazards. That
old platform emphatically asserts the right
of Congress to prohibit the ingress of slaves
into the Territories of the United States. —
Now what do the Cincinnati Platform and
tlie Kansas Nebraska Rill set forth ? 55 by,
the very reverse of the Republican doctrine.
The difference is as vast as the ocean’s
breadth between the two hemispheres, nnd_
however smart a man might he in urging it
upon a Douglas man, no living being but a
human jackass would believe that there was
any identity, or the most distant approxima
tion to an identy, between the two parties.
One believes that Congress lu»s a right to
prohibit the ingress of slaves into the Terri
tories—the other that Congress has not.—
One believe that the doctrine of populur
sovereignty ought only be carried out
where it will operate in favor of the creation
of Free States—the other that it ought to be
carried out in all cases, whether it operate
in favor of Free States or Slave States. And
so the line of distinction runs, broad and
deep, all the way through, and there is no
one point, which involves a principle, where
the two meet at all or ever can meet. It is
true, they agree in their opposition to the
Leeompton Constitution. But, how do they ,
agree? Stephen A. Douglas and his party
opposed it, because the attempt to force the
Leeompton Constitution upon the people of
Kansas was violative of the spirit and intent
and letter of the Kansas Nebraska Act, which
act embodied a vital pact of the Democratic
erecd. Wm. II. Seward and his party op
posed it, first, because it was a slave couatitu
tion, and fastened slavery iirevoca' ly upon
Kansas, and, secondly, because, inasmuch ns
the Kansas Nebraska Act had been passed,
they wanted to sec it carried out. They
were opposed to its passage, and never be
lieved in the principle which it contained,
hut thought that a Democratic Administra
tion ought to he honest enough to see that it
was fairly carried out even if it did operate
in favor of the Free States instead of the
''lave States. A Democratic Administration
(so called) was not honest enough to do it,
and so combined against itself, on that one
issue, the elements whichnre now opposed to
it. No one denies that it is the earnest de
sire of the Republicans, in this State, to see
the Administration side whipped out. They
have their own reasons for it, The Douglas
1 lemoerats are no less determined to give the
Administration a rebuke, and their reasons
(or it are that the Administration has basely
betrayed the great trust reposed in its hands
by the Democracy of the country ; has dared,
under color of the violated name of Democ
racy, to stab the liberties of the people, to
over-ride State Constitutions (as the ease ol
the Indiana Senators will testify) and to tram
pie under foot principles which are sacred to
the great Democratic heart of the Nation.—
If, after this work is done, there be anv con
siderable number of Republicans, who think
they have been wrong in their views of the
Kansas Nebraska Rill, and desire to subscribe
in toto to Democratic principles, we know
of no power under this government to hinder
them from becoming Democrats. Rut, one
thing is very clear, the Republicans will
have to change utterly, will have to aban
don their old platform of 1850 and undergo
a transformation ns thorough as that of day
from night, before they can ever claim iden
tity, or have it claimed for Ultra, with Doug
las Democrats. 5Vc opine th t the Republi
cans love their creed too well to give it up
without a struggle, and that, after this truck
ling and recreant Administration has received
the downward impetus to which it is enti
tled, they will show plainly to the world
that the ditferenco between them and the
Douglas Democracy is ns wide ns the poles.
As we said before, we think it very likely
thnt the Repullicuns will help us in whip
ping out the I.e cmpton party. They nre
under no obligations to us nor we to them.
They can do us they please. We have no
fusion with them. We have put none of
their candidates on our ticket, though they
have put one or two of ours on theirs. We
eaunot help that. If they have put them
there, it was not because they were Repub
licans (for they arc as good Democrats as ever
breathed the breath of life) but siinpiv be
cause they were opposed to the Lecompton
iniquity, ami the Republicans prefer to see
an hotirat Democrat, who will not abandon
his own doctriuc even it does happen to op
erate in favor of a Free State, triumph, to
seeing a faithless and recreant Democrat suc
ceed who will not adhere to the principles of
his party unless those principles operate in
every instance in favor of slavery. If we
were a Republican,—which, thank God, we
are not, we would uct precisely in that
way. We would ask no favors whatever
from the Douglas Democracy, but we would
just walk quietly to the polls and give the
Administration a thundering kick in the re
gion of the wind and “ let her slide.”
Wo arc not, therefore, to be frightened by
this cry of “digger in the Feneo.” We know
as well as any clamorous and frothy mouthed
I.eeomptonlte can tell us, that the Republi
cans will probably vote, to a considerable ex
tent, our ticket; but we are well enough sat
isfiod that no sensible Douglas man will
abandon bis own ticket, which ho knows to
be a sound Democratic ticket, because per
sons are going also to vote it who are not
Democrats. If none but Democrats were
going to vote the Lecompton ticket, we im
’'gineit would stand a slim chancs. The
becotnptou State Convention knew that very
well too, and so extended a cordial invitation
to nil outsiders to eornc in and help them ;
and they will receive a good deal of helf
from men who never did subscribe to the
Kansas Nebraska Rill, either before or after
it was passed, and prefer the Administration
side for no other reason than that the Ad
ministration undertook to give a death blow
jo the principle of the Kansas Nebraska Hill.
All the lingering remnants of the Old Blue
Light Federalists; all the wordrippers of
monarchy afar off; all those Republicans,
like Trainor \V. Park, who think that the
best wav to break down Democratic princi
ples and open a way for the success of the
opposite principles of the Republicans, is to
vote with the Administration ; nil the ene
mies ot popular sovereignty ; all those polit
ioal Benedict Arnolds who pretend to doubt
the capacity of the people for self govern
ment ; all those tire-eating shallow-pates
who honestly (for they have no better sense)
think that the Union ought to be dissolved,
and above all the pap caters, incumbent and
expectant, and there is a host of them, will
rally around the Administration standard
and shout hosannahs to “ Old Buck," or se
cretly leud their utmost efforts to sustain him.
Tile < 011 my Ticket.
That consistent journal, the Express, lias
recognized the regular Democratic ticket for
this county, up to yesterday morning. In its
issue of yesterday, however, it musters up
courage enough to bolt a part of it only,
and leaves the name ol W. II. Parks at the
head of its columns, for Joint Senator. Why
does the Express acknowledge the validity
of one act of the Democratic County Con
vention, and repudiate the balance ? If the
Express means to abide by the action of the
boltirg.fire eating convention which is called,
for next Monday, how can it recognize the
regularity of Mr. Parks’ nomination, when
the Yuba county delegates to the joint con
vention, which nominated him, were elected
liy the convention of July 20th ?
The fact is, that good Administration men,
who mean to be honest and fair, say publicly
that they cannot consent to bolt the Demo
cratic County Convention, because, although
it went against them, still it was regular, and
was conducted in accordance with Democrat
ic usage. Tlie restless and turbulent spirits
who always bolt what they don’t exactly
like, will, of coure, leave the Democratic par
ty at this time, ns they have often done be
fore, (at least such of them as ever were
Democrats) while all true Democrats will, ns
heretofore, support the ticket presented to
them by the majority of their convention.—
We defy any man to make the least showing
of irregularity in the action of the late Dem
ocratic Convention. The fire eaters voted
with the Nebraska Democrats all day, and
in the vain hope, too, of electing a divided
State delegation. At night, enraged at the
spirit of harmony which had characterized
the day's proceedings, despite their efforts to
create disturbances, they brought in Sutter
county, nod after the convention had ad.
journed sine die, appointed a bolting commit
tee to call a bolter convention. The present
Lecninpton faction of Yuba county bolted pre
vious to the action of the Democratic State
Convention.
The Mountains Rejoicing. —We have re
ceived ii letter from Long Bar (No. 1), dated
August 11, which gives a glowing account of
a most enthusiastic meeting of the Democra
cy. held at that place on the previous evening,
l-'ull two hundred Mudsills, says our eorres.
pendent, assembled upon one hour’s notice,
h. D. \Y heeler and C. E. DeLong, whoaie to
represent us at Sacramento next winter, ad.
dressed the crowd, and their nmnly and elo
quent utterance of the truth was listened to
with delight by the applauding audience.—
There are but three Lecomptonites on the
Bar, as far as can be ascertained. Judge Mo-
Kcurie t.rcsldoA ..v<- T ttie meeting, which w as
held at the town hall.
This is great news, for it is the first gun,
Y\ e shall be able to give our readers rclia -
ble accounts of the public pulse at Timbuctoo>
New 1 ork Flat, Cainptonville and Foster’s
Bar ia a few days.
Nigger ! Nigger! —The Lecompton fanat
ie», driven to desperation by the firm position
ot the true IX mocracy, and liaving themselves
been forced into opposing the Kansas Nebras
ka act, now denounce the author of that law,
Stephen A. Douglas, and those who agree
with him, as abolitionists. If the acknowl
edgment, by intelligent Republicans, that the
Kansas Nebraska law, fairly carried out, is
sound doctrine, taints that doctrine with
niggerism, so be it, Show us a law to pro
hibit Republicans from changing their opin
ions as to the Nebraska act.
If what was Democracy in 1356 is Black
Republicanism in 1858, let some argument be
presented to establish the fact. The cry of
nigger has had startling effects sometimes'
hut the white folks hnve a word to say this
year, and are sure to be beard.
A Fact.— A prominent Leeompton of this
*remarked to a Democrat a few days
since, "Well, Zaek Montgomery's resolution
in our State Convention, rather takes the
wind out of your Popular Sovereignty sails.’
A queer brag for a former Nebraska Demo
crat to make. It meant that Zack's doctrine
was to be preferred over that of Stephen A.
Douglas. Is it possible that the statesman of
Sutter can crush the statesmen of Illinois ?—
Wait and see.
Republican Nominee. —A great hullaba
loo is raised by the Lecrunptonites, because
the Republican State Convention nominated
•lolm Curry, the Douglas candidate, for Su
preme Judge, und indorsed the vote of lion-
J. t. McKibben o> the Kansas question, and
cry out "fusion I” "fusion 1” We have shown
in the leading article of to-day how silly this
cry is; but, us we find a little of the same
sauce served up for them and ready at hand,
we shall take the liberty of giving them a dose
of it. Here it is, and we take it from the
Stockton Argus, premising that it was the
Republican State Central Committee that
nominated the Congressional Douglas nomi
inee, McKibben, and not the Republican
Convention:
toNsisTENCT.— The Republican abuses J. C.
McKibben because a Republican Convention
nominated him for Congress after the Demo
cratic Convention in Sacramento had given
him the nomination for this office. That same
paper supported, at the last election, J. W.
•Mandeville for State Controller, after the Re
publican Convention nominated that gentle
man to this office, and afterwards President
Buchanan indorsed the Republican nominee
oy making bi.n Surveyor General of the State
ot California.
William M. Kincaid, aged 66, n native of
Kentucky, but a resident of Santa Clara coun
ty since 1849, was killed on the 1st inst., on
his farm, by the kick of a horse. A blow on
the pit of the stomach produced internal con
tusions, from the effects of which he died in
nine hours.
Raised the h lau.— We perceived that the
Stockton Anjus has hoisted the Douglas tick
et, and is battling manfully f jr its success.
Its editor is a southern gentleman, of. fine at
tainments.
Jolin Curry.
Kd. National Democrat :—The Express
mentions Mr. Curry ns "an obscure, third
rate, County Court lawyer”. Such an un
just personality is unworthy of any other
than a Leeompton paper. It is well known
that Mr. Curry is a lawyer of eminent abil
itv, anti that lie 1ms a very lucrative practice
in the Supreme Court of this State. Lest
some of our Yuba County people should be
misled by the Express, 1 wish to say that the
lion. Stephen ,1. Field did, at Sacramento,
inform State delegates that Mr. Curry was
a lawyer of excellent ability, and a good eon
sevative citizen. I make this statement
without Judge Field's permission, and with
out presuming to say who is his choice for
Supreme Judge. 1 only say that, being an
honest man, he bestowed praise where it was
due, and vouched lor Mr. Curry as an aide
lawyer, and a good citizen. Is Judge l - teld
good authority in Yuba County '!
Fair Play,
Tkainok W. I’ahk. —Some who were pres
ent nt the late Republican State Convention,
and anw this gentleman’s earnest efforts in
behalf of his friend Judge Baldwin, and his
flat footed avowal that he preferred Lecomp
tonistn to its opposite, expect to see him on
the stump for the Lceompton ticket. For
our part, we think he will stay quietly nt
home, and superintend the printing of the
ticket of his party. If he does, who doubts
that a good and, square practical coalition
will be perfected between the Lecomptonitis
and the Park Lecotnpton wing of the fiepub
/icons! What says the Express to the arrange
ment ?
Camp Meeting in San Joaquin.— A enmp
meeting will be held at French Camp, in Sun
Joaquin county, on Friday, August 13th.
A camp meeting will be held, begin
ning on the 20th inst., about eight miles be
low Sacramento City on the bank of the riv
er. The camp meeting on the Folsom Rail
Itoad has made several converts.
*lale fair.
The time for the entry of articles and stock for the
coining Fair has been extended to August 28d, at 10
A. M. By order of the Board.
aug!8*td2p G. II. BEACII, Rec. Sec’y.
Attention Kurekns.
You are requested to meet at the Engine House on
Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, for drill. A punctual
attendance Is requested. Per order of Foreman,
N n tv 'I'O-OA V .
Additio
urns.
GRAINS.
Wheat, best exhibit of % bushel, Silver Medal.
Rye, “ “ h “
Corn, “ “ yi “
Buckwheat,best exh. “
Barley, “ “ X “
Oats, “ •* % “
Klee, “ “ X n
Malt Liquors In Bottles mid Draft.
Best exhibit of California Ale, Diploma.
“ “ “ Beer, “
u ii Porter, u
Trial of Grain Threshers will take place on
Saturday.
Best work, Silver Medal.
T1IE OLD CORNER
San Francisco Saloon,
Corner of D and First Streets,
MARYSVILLE.
mills SALOON is large, airy, and is the coolest
fi place in town. It is furnished with two fine Dil
lard Tables, and the Bur is stocked with the best of
Wim>, Liquors and Cigars.
Lunch served up every evening.
auglH-my A. D’ARTENAY.
SOCIAL BJiXiX..
s*'' A Ball will be given at ECKEL’S GARDEN,
Wednesday evening, August ISth, 1S5S. Ex
cellent Music will be furnished for the occasion by the
Marysville Quadrille Hand.
Persons desiring a carriage to call for them will
please leave word at the Tremont Saloon, corner of
Second street and Maiden Lane.
augl8td C. P. HUNT.
J.W. MOORJi],
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
SADDLES, BRIDLES,
Harness* Leather*
Saddlery, Hardware
cfcO.
Enspiro Bloclt, 2d Pit.,
augl8 Nonr D Street. my
Marysville Theater.
-*#►
On Friday Evening, August 13th,
LAST NIGHT BUT ONE OF T1IE
GEO. CHRISTY’S MINSTRELS,
In connection with the original
San Francisco IflinstrcslN,
Who will have the honor to give a few of their unique
ami pleasing Ethiopian Soirees, consisting of Songs,
Solos, Dances, Burlesques, Opera, Comedy, Tragedy,
and Farce.
Will be performed Geo. Christy’s version of the
laughable Farce, entitled
THE MUMMY-
When he w ill appear in his original character of GIN
GER BLUE.
Other characters hy the Company.
New Song*, New Soloa New nonces,
and entirely new ACTS every evening.
particulars see small hills.
PRICES OF ADMISSION :
Dress Circle and Parquet $1 00
Gallery ... 50
Orchestra Seats j qq
Private Boxen '.*5 an ,i jp.
Box office open from 10 A. M. till 4 P. M., where seats
can be procured. Doors opon at 7 o’clock. Perform
ances to commence at 8 o’clock. aug8
STiATE FAIR!
Great Excitement!
AT THE
mill (LOTIIIE STORE!
FIGEL & BROTHER,
Bin,lire Block, corner Second and D sta.,
MARYSVILLE.
IN consequence of the large number of people e
tn n bL ' 1,r yT ,t ** the »re determin.
to gain a share of the patronage of the public, ai
have reduced our prices of HOYS’ and MEN’i
Clothing and Furnishin r Good
To such enormous LOW PRICES as to prevent neon
attending the State Fair from bringing a surplus ,
Clothing,we have on hand a large and SPbl Mill) a
sortrnenl of ever, variety suitable for u Gentleman
wardrobe, consisting in part of lcman
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS,
Of every style and quality, and a large variety of
FURNISHING GOODS,
Of every quality. Also, an assortmeat of
BOVS’ FASHIONABLE CLOTHING,
_*® r Remember the EUREKA CLOTHING STORI
Empire Block, Second street.
We »ell for Cash and Cxsu oiur, and defy compel
ion in quality or price. nuBli-tf
JOIST SENATOR.
We arc ant honied to announce Jessie O. Goodwin
as a candidate for Joint Senator of Yaba and Sutter
counties. _
MSTKM'T JIDtili.
We arc authorised to announce Heshy P. Watkins
as a candidate for District Judge of the 10th Judicial
District, independent of all parties, factions, cliques,
and cabals.
Citizen** Stcnm Navigation Company.
A dividend of live per cent, has been declared by
the Trustees of this Company, payable on and after
the 20th inst.
Marysville, July 15,1S5S.
j Tl0 HORACE DEAC11, Sec’y.
Notioo.
If you want to smoke something very fine,
Then try JohnS. Bowman’s Genuine.
NEW CORNER TOBACCO AND CIGAB STOltE,
p.g Cor. 2d and D sts., Marysville.
V
cfc OO.,
HAVE RECIEVED THE LATEST
NEW STYLES
....OF....
FASHIONABLE
CUSTOM MADE
CLOTHING!
....AND....
GENTS’ FWWISIIIK
GOODS,
WHICH WF, ABK SELLING AT
Greatly Reduced Prices.
DStreet, (nextto Wells, Fargo & Co.) Marysville,
Corner 2tl and .1 Streets.* Sacramento,
AND. . . .
833 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
Parties about visiting the State Fair should bear In
mind that we have the LARGEST and FINEST assort
ment of
SUMMER GOODS
That were ever irapotted to this State, which we will
sell at PHICESTO SUIT EVERYBODY.
THEY SELL FOB CASH, AND CASH ONLY.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
We have also on hand a large assortment of SOLE
LEATHER TRUNKS, VALISES, and LEATHER and
CARPET BAGS.
H, M. HEUSTON.
aug6
C. C. HASTINGS,
[Communication. ]
SI rayed or Stolen.
MOn Monday night, a large Dog, spotted with
.black and brown spots. Ho had on a 1 ather
collar, pierced with tacks or small nails. Two of his
upper front teeth were broken out. lie answers the
name of Lulee.
A reward of $5 will he paid to any one who will re
turn the dog to Kolir «fc SJeltz, paint shop, at the corner
of O *md.M*cntnl streets. angl24U*
R. S. MES1CK. G. N. SWKZY.
MESICIv & SWEZY,
Attorneys at Law.
Office —Cor. First and High sts., up stairs,
MARYSVILLE, Cal.
aug!3 my
BRYAN & FILKINS,
Attorneys at Law,
Ilavo Ilomovod.
millCHS OFFICIO over LOW, BROS. &
A 00., corner of High street and the Plaza.
auglJ-my
ICnnch for Sale.
MTHE Ranch known as the IIAI.F-WAY
HOUSE, situated on the Marysville and Sac
raiue .to stage road, twenty-one miles from
Marysville, twenty miles from Sacramento,
aim imc-nty-live miles from Auburn, is now olTereil for
sale at a bargain.
This Ranch contains 640 acres, ami is not excelled
in tills State for advantages to stock growers, ns the
range is almost unlimited. Sixty acres enclosed and
under cultivation. The house is new, large and con
veniently arranged. The out-buildings, including a
large Barn, are in good order, as also the corrals.
A young orchard, in flue order, a healthy vineyard,
excellent wells of water, and other recent improve
ments render this ranch perfect and complete.
Terms made known upon application, on the prem-
MIKE CRAY.
(£■ Sacramento Union please copy. auglg-lin
MARYSVILLE
BOOK & MUSIC STORE,
No. l»a null 101 First Street.
GJ_ A HIV has on hand and is receiving con
1 . stantiy, everything usually lound in a ROOK
STATIONERY, AN1) MUSIC STORE.
Among the lastgoods received, is a splendid stock o
Fine Cutlery,
Guitars, Flutes, Clartonettis, Perfumery,
Pictures, Frames, Accordeons,
A BEAUTIFUL AND GOOD PIANO,
SHEET MUSIC, OF THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS,
CANARIES, CAOES, SPY CLASSES, KLAUS,
TOYS, PUUTMONAIS,
LADIES’ HAIR BRAIDS,
BOOKS FOR SCHOOLS, HISTORIES, AND M1SCEL
LANEOUS WORKS—AT N. Y. FRICKS,
And many other articles, too numerous to mention.
rcySU O. A HIV.
Eyt Blacls. "Warrior.
PRESBURY & WILKINS
ltl<* NOW RECEIVING an elegant and extei
mvc assortment of
A
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
pekpumery,
....AND...
Fancy Articles,
Which they will sell at very low prices.
PRESBURY & WILKINS,
jyJ-.m.p D St. nearly opposite the Theater
rOH'OiiUN-The best ini
C*
lo Stale —for sale by
jySbimilp
PRESBURY A WILKINS
iUBBANTW APEKih v f,
Tarrant’s Extract ol Cubehs, Ac.
Wood’s Hair Restorative,
Phaion’s Hair Dye,
Batchelor's do do.
For sale by PRESBURY A WILKINS,
D street
I
For the Toilet.
LMl A NUIP V ,\ \ 1 , (assorted.)
I Lubm’s Extracts, do,
Charcoal Paste,
Hovey'a Concrete,
Broun Windsor Soap,
For sale by PRESBURY A WILKINS,
_Jy»-guilip D street, nearly oppuaile the TueaU
HKlHCAIi L.4RD.
abu"tl«rof years my attention lias b,
PRIVATE 'vro" KUIi " n “"' l Oellllnent
PRIVATE COMPLAINTS, which has enabled me
warrant a perfect cure in all cases. I would resne
fully nvite all who are alHIcted with any of the ah,
Si n, what,:m ’ Rheumatism, Piles, and
W il'tlu m "I’ V; cal1 0,1 m,! ’ »»<• I Will curethi
.ulUHo, “ ,U ““ Uf UBW - A "
wi&R% n l 0 rufr!iL W i“ rUOelVepro “P t8ttenU '
|Tcuj Jutucrtiscmcnts. _
REYNOLDS BROS..
banker s,
!Va. 1*3 Third Street, between 13 & IItgU,
PURCHASE GOLD DUST
At highest market price, make advances on tliesame,
ami forward to U. S, Branch Mint for Coinage.
DRAW SIGHT EXCHANGE IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
WM. HOGE & CO. ., N ew York.
(Iircks lit Fas’ on
13 DAV1DS0X San Francisco,
B. F. HASTINGS A CO Sacramento.
Attend to Collections, and transact a genera! Bank
ing Business.
QUICKSILVER AGENCY, GUADALOUPE MINES.
je30
CO.,
MERCHANTtt
LI
AND
Fashionable Clothiers,
No. 63
B STREET,
NEXT DOOR TO THEATER,
Have received
> Per Steamer J. L. Stephens-
A Splendid Assortment of
HEADY MADE
CLOTHING
Consisting in part of
Superfine blk FROCK COATS; do Doeskin Pants;
Fancy Cassimer Business Suits; Skeleton Frock and
Sack Coats, new style ; White and Fancy Marseilles
Vests ; Light Silk Party Vests ; Davis & Jones and
L. Atkinson's Patent Shirts; all colors of Superfine
Broad Cloths; new style Fancy Cassiineres and
Vestings ; and a complete assortment ol Tailors
Trimmings; 50doz Indian Tan b k. Gloves; also a
few doz. Ladies House Gloves.
All of which they will soil cheaper for CAsn, and cash
only, than any otht r house in the State.
H. EILERMAN & CO.,
D street, next door to the Theater, Marysville.
mr5iny9p
SELBY & CO.,
E STREET, NEAR SECOND,
Offer for bale a large
ASSOitTiTAKNT OF—
Bar Iron,
Band Iron,
Sheet Iron,
Galvanized Iron,
Russia Iron,
Norway Shoe Shape.
Cast Steel,
German Steel,
Plow Steel,
Corking Steel,
Blister Steel,
Sheet Steel,
Axles,
Springs,
Carriage Bolts,
Anvils,
Vices,
Sledges,
Grillin’s Nails,
Borax,
Bellows,
Stocks and Dies,
Farrier Knives,
Shoeing Rasp,
Tree Irons,
Cumberland Coal,
Wagon Lumber,
jy7-2m2p
Tin Plate,
Banca Tin,
Solder,
Sheet Brass,;
Sheet Copper,
Iron Wire,
Brass Wire,"
Copper Wire,
Zinc,
Sheet Lead,
Bar Lend,
Lead Pipe,
Force Pumps,
Lilt Pumps,
Beer Pumps,
Leather Hose,
Rubber Hose,
Cotton iiose, (
llose Pipes,
Brass Goods,
Steam Goods,
Crucibles,
Plows,
Harrow Teeth,
Wrought Spikes
Cut Spikes,
Nails &c.
£an JUlu.
“Eureka Whiskey,
THE.USDKRSiONED, Sole Agents fertile Matiu-
X. faeturers, Invite the attention of consumers to the
above superior brand of
WHISKEY.
It is made from the finest Rye Spirits, und is a
Creimiiie
It is put up ill barrels and half barrels, for the con
venience of the trade.
WM. NEWELL «fc CO.,
Sole Agents.
* or sale by ull the principal Liquor Houses in San
Fraucisco. u
myZl-omis
2NT O TI CeT
TO CONSUMERS Oh'
CLUB HOUSE GIN,
The great reputation of Daly’s
Old London Club House Gin,
In consequence of its seperior and uniform quali j
has induced other parties to import und also to put up
m this market, an inferior article of Oil], branded
tlub Blouse.”
We caution consumers against purchasing any of
these brands uftiin for the genuine. Each case of the
genuine article its branded
Old London Club House Gin, Wm. D. H.
The name of J. T. Daly is also blown in each bottle
none other being genuine.
\V.\1. NEWELL <t CO.,
, Sole Agents.
hor sale by all the principal Liquor Houses in San
Irancisco. „ ,
in.v21-8mls
OALY ’ S
Valley Whiskey.
WE HER TO CALL THE ATTE\-
1 0,1 01 Dealers, us well as Consumers, to the
following certificate of well known Chemists, who have
analysed “DALY’S AROMATIC VALLEY Wills.
KEY.” The high reputation of the parties is a suffl.
eietu guarantee that the article possesses all (lie merit
claimed for it.
W.H. NEWELL «V <;<>,,
Sole Agents,
Sun Francisco,
SraiE Assavkb’s Ornok, 82 Somkiiskt Smelt, l
Boston, Mass., April 17th, ls5$, f
Wm. II. Daly, New York : ’
lor medical and ' 1 " 1 ' 1 “ “ ssuil “ bl
Cuahlhs T. Jackson, m p f
thiite Assayer.
, . , N * w Vo, " i , April 19th, 1S58.
or
Jamlii li. Cuiuo.v, M. D., Culm 1st.
W.u. II. Daly, Esq. :
.»^i^a^Uf^S I< ? V^ LK VWIII8KEY
lie a pure article entire if? gX “ 1 ‘ ll, ‘ , ‘ t ' on . I find it t
ingredients so frequently L™ “ 0 ‘ n * ** Ulllll,0 >'utin
Jaueh J. M apish, Chciuiat.
Dalys Aromatic Valley Whiskey
Is put up in cases containing one doien bottles eael,
{Jr* hor sale by all the principal Liquor Houses ii
San Francisco. mySl-Bml.
VTACCINE 1U ATTEtt-A fine lot of fr.s
* I wurrilut, < ;l1 > I’tr Impress and lor sale b
RICE A COFFIN
louses
II
ii
BANKEJ
MARYSVILLE.
Bauking Hours—from y A. M. to 4 P. M_
ADVANCES ON
G O ], D DUST
FOB ASS AT AT U. S. MIST.
CHECKS AT l’AR, ON
MARK BRUMA6IM & Co
SAS FRANCISCO,
B. F. HAS'I INGS & CO.,
SACRAMENTO. •
OCR SIGHT AND TIMK DRAFTS ON
AMERICAN EXCHANGE BANK,
NEW YORK,
Available in the principal cities of the Union.
percent, per month
Interest will be allowed on our certificates of depot*
it, payable ten days after sight.
an9-ray
c. l. low, f. F. low
LOW BROTHERS & CO.,
BANKERS,
CORNER OF PLAZA AND 111011 ST
Ooia Dust
Purchased at the HIGHEST market rates.
ADVANCES MADE ON
GOLD DUST to Assay, or font arded to the Alint f»
Coinage.
General and Special Deposits Received.
CHECKS AT TAR ON
PiVimOTT eft! CO.,
BAN FRANCISCO.
OUR SIGHT EXCHANGE FOR SALE
—ON—
Howland & Aspinwall,
NEW YORK,
Also on the other principal Eastern Cities.
Purchase CITY, COUNTY, and STATE SEC1'»1TI)J
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS, and other Exchangt
at current rates, and transact a
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
fan 1-ia,
SV G JK .TV C hr
OF THE
NEW ALMADEN
QUICKSILVER MINES.
TIIIC undersigned, having been appointed agents
for the sale of the above celebrated QUICKSIL
VER, are prepared to furnish it at the established
rates of the agents in San Francisco.
LOW, BRO’S. k CO.
jnnl-my
JOII N CONLY~
BANKER,
LA. PORTE.
Gold Dust purchased nt the highest price, or forward
ed to the Mint for Coinage.
Advance* paid on Gol I Dust for Away or
Coinage.
Collections made, and proceeds remitted promptly.
Mght CUcckaoit Him yawlllc mid Snu Fran*
clseo.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK.
t3?"W.C3-.T3I>JT FOn^J
New Almaden Quicksilver Mines.
injGmy JOHN CONLY.
Sssag Offires
MARYSVILLE
1* I 0 N E E E
Assay Office.
HAKIMS, & MARCITAND,
K ST., NEAR THE CORNER OF SECOND ST.
MARYSVILLE.
Also—107 J Street, Sucrnmento,
Will continue to carry on the business of
Melting, Refining and Assaying
GOLD AND ORES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
We guarantee the correctness of our Assays, and
him! ourselves to pay the dillerences that n.ay arise
with any of the U. S. MINTS. J
Returns made in from C to 12 hoirs,
IN BARS OR COIN.
Specimens of Quarts Assayed and Valued.
terms for assaying :
The same as in San Francisco.
io H. HARRIS,
m y 13 ' m ? D. MARCH A ND
DAILY LINE
l or Sacrantciiio and San
Fran tisvo,
FARE, - - $4 oo.
.fames Ululr W. 8. Summers , Mastir
Uov.Daiin », Littleton, ••
Connectingat Sacramento with the elegent low pres.
'‘■-"'“■■".. MEW WORLD and ANlELOI’E, for
sui i- tHeaniei i ...
San Francisco.
For K,eight ° r Pa Sgegc apply on Board, or at the
Company. 11EN1.Y GILMAN,
juu9uiy2dp
Agent Cal. Steam N'av.l'*,
SPRING STYLE
-OF
HATS!
For 1858
NONV iRE^lDY-.
..AT THE..
Eagle Hat Manufactory
I) STREET,
J 12 o.
nuGiny
-AS. 1. 1‘ALKV.
DISSOLUTION.
fBHIE Copartnership heretofore existing between
■ Urns. II. Scranton, Wm. Plughoir and Geo Bab.
mt, under the name and style of C. II. SCRANTON &
Btl,U duy <lis '®'ved bymutual consent, Geo.
babbitt withdrawing from the Arm. The business of
the old firm will he settled by either of the under
signed, at their Harness and Saddle establishment
west side of E st.eet, near Third.
CHAR. H SCRANTON,
„ ... WM. PLUGHOFF.
Marysville, July 1st, 1858. aug8-lm
REMOVAL.
T £ Ay f M *P!?JZ n my Harm!,H Establishment
i, l ni , r t* ,n °iR lilof k, Second street: at
" nieh place, I will continue the Harness and Huddle
business in all its branches, and I respectfully solicit a
continuance of the liberal pationagc heretofore be.
stowed upon me.
,iu « 8 - lr n 0. n. 8CRANTON.
Dickinson Type Foundry.
Phelps & Dalton,
BOSTON.
L P. FISHER, • - - Agent.
San Francisco.
Orders solicited for Type, Lead, Rule, Ac.
OOnn I.BS. MAI,. SODA.
aw \J V/ 200 lhs Carbonate of Ammonia.
200 “ Fresh Hops.
6 carboys Oil of Vitriol,
For sale by I PREgBURY & WILKINS,
jy!9-m2p D street.

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