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Magnolia Branch. Cavntr of C anil 5th Streets. OPPOSITE CORTEZ SQUARE HAVING, at our own expense, erected a Brick Bunding on the above location, and titled it up In » style unsurpassed by any Saloon in the city, ne shall be pleased to devote our Mine and talents to the w »nt' of the public. Our BAH is stocked with the best articles that could be procured. The Saioon is cool and airy, and being but a few steps from the Pavilion, on Cortez Square, it will be found a very convenient place for persons visiting that edifice to drop in ami refresh themselves, augfi tf McNESS A DOUGHERTY. San Francisco lager Beer Depot, Corner or K mill Flr.t Street,, MARYSVILLE. Opposite the Bridge. THR bc.t brands of LAGER IIEER kept constant ly on band for sale at wholesale and retail, by augl-my A. D’AKTNAY. MERCHANTS’ HOTEL SALOON. J O U U It. OoulLliu BEGS LEAVE to inform the public that he still holds forth at the above named SALOON, where he will keep the choicest Liquors the market alfords. The Saloon I, furnished with DILLIAKI) TABLES which will be kept in lirst rate order. Call and see JOHN. janS-tf Marble Pillar Saloon. CORNER FIRST «fc C STS. The Proprietors will sell the best of lager Beer, Liquors, and Cigars. A CONCERT, .Of Vocal and Instrumental Muaic every night, by accomplished Musicians. roy22m j GUST. BA YBEUTI1EB. Billiards! Billiards! fountain" saloon, Corner of High ami Second Streets. A. SCHMIDT & CO., PROPRIETORS, C VV still b» found at their old place of business, where they dispense nothing but the very best articles in their line, and get up some of the coolest and most refreshing drinks extant. The Saioon is cool anl capaciout, and the Hilliard Tables are excellent. Give us a call. A. SCitMIDT, my25-iny C. VEEBROCK. metropolitan saloon (Wliat Cheer House Cellar,) CL • - - Proprietor. THE above Saloon is furnished with two HILLIARD TABLES, and the U ir is supplied with the choicest Wines an l Liquors and the finest brands of Cigars. S. B.—I have a little of the REST BRANDY in the Btaie —some that will do to bet on. LUNCH EVERY NIOHT.jp feb2-mjr 0. KATZKNSTKIN. * /> ) T H E MARYSVILLE Lv. QUADUXLLE BAND RESPECTFULLY announce to the public that they arc prepared to furnish any number of pieces of Music for II »lls,Parties* Parades, 4c., Ac., at shortest notice, at prices to suit the times. Orders left at M. HoescU’s Restaurant, corner of 2d anl D streets, or at their residence, No. 71 B street, viil be punctually attended to. tar Lessons given on all instruments. Piano Fortes tuned and repaired. L. ZIMMERMAN, H. E. PUGH, V QUINN, iJyUtny] G. It. TOOTH. WM. MINSTER & C0„ HI BOOT til M AN U FACT IJItliltS, Corner D anil Third Sts., In the rear of the Nicaragua Saloou. Manufacturing and Repairing neatly and promptly executed. We employ none but the very beat of workmen, and can warrant our work to be ua good aa any in the country. jyOmy WM. MINSTER * CO. FRAZER RIVER! ASTOUNDING REVELATION TrutH "W 111 Out ! LaMy i pie iY it has been the custom of unthinking peo- wholesale emigration to the frigid aud inhospitable clime of Frazer River. Knowjou, then, whom it may concern,that chill blasts ami frosts prevail there, and icc, nothing but ice, it the order of the day. You then, who go thither to war with the hoary headed king,should steel the constitution ugainst the severities of so cold a clime, by accustoming your selves to a taste of that frost here, which will have to be taken in such heavy doses there, lie not alarmed, you f razer River gold-hunting adventurers, 1 or this advice comes from philanthropists, aiul therefore it comes in the shape of a luxury—and such an one !— phew ! ye Gods, ye never knew the like ! Talk of your food for Gods!—why, if Old Jupiter, seated on Mount Olympus’heights, and surronnded by the hosU of Hea ven, were banqueting of delicacies that united Gods concocted, and should get the taste of this parting luxury, offered to excited and heated gold hunters, he would kick the cup of nectar over the highest star in the “milky way,” and, attended by his heavenly suite, would iustanter pioceed en route for the fountain head of this glorious delicacy—the ICE CRK A.M of t w “MARYSVILLE ICE DREAM SALOON,” oppo site the Post OiRce—and, levying on everything in the * ranle^ttte ly condemn the proprietors, MU ALKY A MOORE, to an eternal voyage ou the riv er otyx, for dispensing to mortals sweetmeats and cooling refreshments suitable for Gods alone, without celestial letters patent. Jams, Jellies, and the most delicious Confections— in a word, cvkiuiiung conckiv.uilk, appertaining to a Confectioner s business, to be found at this Saloon, of auch qualities as cannot possibly be cuualleu. The Jadiea say so— ergo, truth ! jeM-my Dissolution of Copartnership. fill!K COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing un iTT aer 4 hlcna,n ® an d style of C. C. Perkins & Peters, and lu nber dealeqs,) was dissolved by mu* ual consent July 22d, 1$5S,C. C. Perkins retiring from sue linn. All debts owing to or by the firm will he "ettled by cither of the parties. . . C. C. PKRKINSl Timbuctoo, July 31,1853. T. C. PETERS. The above business will be carried on by Thayer & a eters, at the same place. augl-2w Marysville Laundry, COH. G. nnd POUUTIK STS • HP®® SUBSCRIBER, having purchased the en- A. tire interest of II. SweAdner in the above estab lishment, are prepared to do all kind of WASHING at snort notice and on favorable terms. Lillies’ and Gentlemen’s Clothes done up with par ticular care. Shirt B jorns and Collars polished as In the East, ■mris damaged by sea voyage mad. to look as well as new. None but experienced hands being employed, our work is guaranteed to give satisfaction. -k t0 oar for past favors, we ■anall endeavor to merit a fair share of the public pat ronage. 1 1 jedimy SAM’L. B. COOLEY, H. WAGNfiR TTA8 REMOVED his BOOK STORE to the West .*• U street, near his old stand, a few doors T , heaUr - Ue invites attention to his large stock of Books, Stationery, Fancy Articles, Perfumeries, Ac., Ac. j y 7-my Notice. CVrtHra a*!** r . ‘ hls rtate - WM - p- MAYHCE 1st th« Khanka InH n w° r 0,8 Stage Cempany H i nd Weavervllle Road., In place of Baa JAS. HAWORTH, JWt. JeSMni rsugned. j^g Marysville June 25th, 18ae. pailjj Rational JUmorrat. Democrat State Central Committee. B. B. Redding, William S. Manlove, G. W. Colby, Joint F. Morse, Josiuli Johnson, W. W. Prcsburv, 0. W. Bloor, E. McGarry, Edinund Randolph, Herman Wohler, Elliott J. Moore, Da vid 0. McCarthy, W. J. Knox, Geo. A. Pearce, D. J. Carpenter, P. E. Jordan, Judge Fitzsim mons, Charles F. Lott, William Uigbce, A. Wine miller, Thomas Eager. RegularDem ocrntlc Pint form. The Democratic party of the State of Califor nia, in Convention assembled, make and publish as their Platform and Resolutions: 1. Resolved, That all just powers of govern - ment are derived from the people; that this prin ciple is recognized as fundamental by all Ameri can Constitutions and by the Democratic party. 2. Resolved, That the right of the people to form and regulate their political institutions in their own way, subject only to the Constitution of the United States, as guaranteed to Kansas and Nebraska, by their orgunic law, belongs alike to the people ot all other Territories of the United States. 3. Resolved, That while we adhere to the fun damental Democratic principles embraced in the Cincinnati Platform of 1856, we especially renew and re-atfirm that principle contained in the res olution known as the “Popular Sovereignty Res lution,” declaring the true intent and meaning of that resolution to be, that the people of a Suite or Territory are invested with the right of rati fying or rejecting at the ballot box any Constitu tion that may be framed for their government; and all attempts bv the Administration and Con gress to coerce and bribe the people into the adop tion of a particular Constitu'ion, not thus ratified by them, are subversive of the principles of pure Democracy, and destructive of the equulity of the States under the Constitution. i. Resolved, That the recent attempts of the Executive and Congress to force upon the people of Kansas a Constitution which they have reject ed at a legal election, is in violation of the princi ples of the party which placed them in power, derogatory to the positions they occupy, and destructive of our form of government. 5. Resolved, That we regard with detestation the passage by Congress, at its last session, of the bill known as the “English Dill,” and look upon it ns an attempt to bribe a free people into the in dorsement of an odious Constitution ; as calcula ted to create sectional feelings, and cause section al jealousies ; as a violation of t„e Federal com pact ; a breach of the C un; rjmisesnf the Consti tution, and a blow a: .ho equality of the States, in that it propose- tJ make large donations of land, and adm.. Kansas into the Union without reference t ur population, if she adopts the Le compton Constitution, which establishes slavery, while it refuses her pcoble admission until they obtain a population of ninety or one hundred anil twenty thousand if they prefer any other than the Lecompton Constitution. 6. Resolved, That we heartily endorse the ac tion of those members of Congress who sustained the “Criltenden-Montgomery Dill,” aud whoop posed the English Bill, at the last session of that body. 7. Resolved, That it is the right of the people of the States to regulate, in their own way, their political affairs; that Federal office holders are servants oflhe people, and the constant interfer euce by those servants with theprimury affairs of party, whether by mcnances of dismissal from of fice, by forced levies, or by the distribution of promises and moneys at the polls and elsewhere, is incompatible with the spirit of our Constitu tions, State and Federal; subversive of popular liberty, and calculated to destroy the sovereignty of the States, and centralize power at the Federal Capital. 8. Resolved, That the immediate action of Congress in securing the construction of a R lil rnad to the Pacific is a recognized feature in our purty pidiev, indispensable to our safety in war and prosperity in peace, and we call upon the Administration to redeem its pledges and devote its energies to the consummation of this great work. !>. Resolved, That wc regard with favor the bill before Congresa, at its past session, known ns ths “Homestead Dill,” which proposes to donate to each actual settler upon the public lands of the United States one hundred and sixty acres, and earnestly recommend the passage of the same. 10. Resolved, That reiving implicitly upon the soundness and integrity of the principles above set forth, and upon the justice and intelligence of the masses, we present this platform to the peo ple of the State, and earnestly invoke the active support of all in its vindication and success, cor dially inviting to a full and equal communion all those of whatever creed who recognize the justice of our cause in the doctrines we profess, and who desire to participate in their striumpb. I.atcr from the Southern Coa*l. The steamer Senator has arrived from the South, with dates from Los Angeles to Aug. 7lh. A San Bernardino correspondent of the Vineyard tells some stories about the Mor mons Brigham Young and friends are so incen sed at the Saints who left San Bernardino, for giving away their property to the “Gen tle devils,” as to theaten them with the ven geance of the Danitea. The particulars of the massacre at the Mountain Meadows are coming in. The em igrants fought the Indians for three days, and would have beaten them but for some Danite Mormons. One of these came to them from the Indians with a flag of truee, and saying that they were willing to make peace got the whites to lay down their arms, and retire from the train and their families for the alleged purpose of holding a council. They were then butchered. After this, a Mormon Colonel, one William II. Dame, ordered the women to be stripped, and made the infa mous assertion that they' were ull diseased and unfit to live, when they were also slough tered. So says the correspondent. The people of San Diego are much alarmed at the prospect of the Indians ravaging the frontier. A camp at the head of the Mohave river had been attacked in the night by Indians with arrows, and S. H. Lonnt and Thomas Johnson were badly wounded.— Union San. E tel., llth inst. Elizabeth Bowlegs. —Billy Bowlegs, the great chief of the Seminoles, who will he im mortal as the “ Big Injin, ugh i" ns long us uewspapers live, has a daughter whom he calls Betsy. Elizabeth is her name for long —Betsy for nick. Betsy', it is said, is capable of the tender passion, which, like her clothes, after the summer fashions of Georgia, she now and then, in Iiamlet phrase, " tears to tatters,” and goes in for the fi-st love offered. The first offer was while she was with her pa, the aforesaid Billy, at New Orleans, after the close of the a wful Florida war, which cele brated event happened no longer than week before last. She offered her heart and hand, and all her wardrobe, to the correspondent of Harper » Weekly, who was on hand when they arrived on their way “ westward ho!” We will let the ungallant fellow tell his own story, how cruelly he crushed her young affections, no doubt, to show his anxious mother how he “ tlrrow’d himself awuy without sufficient cos”—for $10,000 was enough: “ Billy, us I have said, is no beggarly Ger man prince, without money to support his hereditary dignity. He has, moreover, a marriageable daughter, whom, it is currently reported, he was anxious to bestow on some ‘ white brother,’ with a comfortable dowry of $10,000 in hard cash, besides ‘expectations' for the future. It was reported that I was to bo the happy man. I was overwhelmed with congratulations, pronounced a lucky fel low, and forced to ‘ stand' cocktails and ju leps without number. “ It is due to all parties that the matter should he properly represented. It is true, then, that King Billy did me the honor to propose an alliance between myself and his elder daughter. “ Betsy,” ho said, “ good squaw—never married—you have her—come with me—I make you great chief—next after me." I was forced to decline this flattering offer for private reasons, which I am not at liberty to explain at present, — Gin. Enquirer. Aboriginal Rencontke.— Some time during Monday night, at the Hamburg House, on Broadway.between Battery and Front streets San Francisco, says the Call, two Chinook Indians, named John and Joe, got into a row. The affair terminated by John’s biting Joe’s nose entirely off, in the most civilized style, and by Joecutting John slightly with a knife. The parties were brought before the Polioe Court yesterday, and a more disgusting spec tacle cannot be conceived than the disfigured savage’s face. John was oommitted for may hem. Description oia Hoop Skirt iHanuuic* lory. Our regular New York correspondent, says the Alta, sends us (he following interesting description of a mammoth hoop skirt man ufactory in New York city. Hoops have now become an institution of the age, and all further newspaper fusilades against “crino line” in any shape may as well cease. The fashion has fairly outlived all the opposition that was brought against it, and there need be no more said against it, for what the "wo men will, they will—so there's an end on’t.” I have repeatedly made up my mind to wander over some of the mammoth establish mcuts in this city, and give pen nnd ink sketches of them ; but want of the necessary time has, up to the present, prevented me from doing so. i shall however, as soon as opportunity permits, endeavor to do so, ns 1 believe descriptions of some of the wonderful concerns, of which but little is known to those outside of them, will provent least in teresting if not useful, to many of my readers. I am inclined to this belief from a scene 1 witnessed on Monday last. Walking down Broadway with a friend, who knew I was no lover of that strange fashion, the wearing by ladies of hoops, he took me by the arm and led me into Ponging «fc Sherwood’s Expan sion Skirt and Bustle Manufactory. In jus tice to myself it is only fair for me to state that I did not know what I was going to wit ness. My friend merely told me that he wished to show me a "sight" which I would not soon forget, (and so lie did.) nnd hence requested me to accompany him. Marching up stairs, he introduced me to Mr. Sherwood, who gave me to understand that none but ‘•privileged persons/ whose object was to gain information, were permitted to inspect the “machinery” of the establishment ; but at the same time, he courteously informed me that he regarded me as one of such, and in his most affable manner—(he is an affable man ; all men well versed in ladies’ wants, and who cater so constantly to their tastes, should be) —tendered me his services, while jottingdown my notes, which services I, with my most pleasing smile, and ready thanks, accepted. Now my extreme modesty must have prepossessed him in my favor, and my blushes, when I first handled a hooped skirt, the weight of which, lie said was but four ounces, must have at once con vinced him of my modesty, if lie previously had any doubts on the point; but if I blushed in bis presence, what think you was my’ ap pearance when he ushered me into the pres ence of nearly two hundred young women, all of whom were engaged in making up for the market expansion skirts and bustles. All | the blood I had in my body flowed up to my head, and for a moment I stood like a crim son statute, gazing at marble brows and up turned eyes. A slap on the shoulder, how ever, soon set the blood in motion ; in a few seconds I had got over my fright, and was busily engaged in overhauling “stopping' and eye-letting” machines, "slides” and “presses,” and learning the invaluable fact there were ten ribs in each skirt! 1 then passed on to another room, two hundred feet in length, where were engaged two lain dred young women, each of whom sat at one of \\ heeler & Wilson’s sewing machines, making skirts, bustles, quilts, &c This, to me, was the greatest wonder of . all, and from my heart 1 wished that poor Hood was living to witness it. When lie sang “The Song of the Spirit,” little did ho dream that such a wonderful revolution would take place in so short a space of time, and that the poor needle woman, whose sorrows and trials lie so touchingly portrayed, would be redeemed from her horrible position through the aid of science. It may be argued that the intro duction of labor-saving machines is always an injury to the masses, and that those sew ing machines are an injury instead of a benfit to the poor. It was so argued when steam boats first ran on the water ; when steam carriages rushed “madly” along iron roads ; when “gns”illuminated stores in place of dim oil lamps or filthy candles; but above all. when stenm was applied to the cotton ma chinery, and to the printing press, yet look at the incalculable benefit each nnd all of these have been to man. These inventions have creuted new trades to take the place of the old ones, and wonderfully augmented ! business of every trade. I examined these machines ininutelv, nnd was wonderfully surprised at their simplicity; and although 1 am not a judge of stitches nor do I care much about them so long ns they’ hold firm, yet I must confess, for the first time i? iny life, I looked with interest upon tlie neatness of these, and cease to won der why the female portion of the world so much admired them, so easily could they learn to make them. I rested under the im pression that it would take a long time to iearn to work one of these allairs, but was surprised when my conductor informed me that he had a number of girls who worked them after receiving one lesson, nnd nearly the whole of them after three, and to con vince me of the fact, called a pretty brunette, and told her to give me a lesson. She sat down, amt's!) did 1, but I made a bad pupil. Instead of gazing at the eyes of the needle it was her laughing eyes mine rested upon, and she so bewitched me that I let the skirt fall and placing her in the seat I vacated, at the risk of losing the good opinion entertained of me for modesty, 1 exclaimed—“Sherwood, the prettiest thing in this pretty world is a pretty lightning sewer with a pretty’ girl be hind it,” and leaving him with his four hun dred girls, his “slopping” and “eye-letting machines his “slides ’ and his “presses,” and what was more extraordinary than all, his two hundred Wheeler <fc Wilson’s sewing machines, I, with my friend, took my depar ture, so well pleased with what I had witnes sed that I have resolved to pay a visit, as soon as possible, to some of our great print ing establishments, and post you upon the mode in which hooks and newspapers are made in New York, after which 1 may, Paul Pry-like, look into other manufacturing houses, and report whatever I deem of suffi cient interest to jot down. The Liberty of the Press in France. — The Paris correspondent of the New York Herald says : M. Villcmessant, the editor of the rirjaro, lias been made to understand that if he would save his journal from “suppression,” he must put up with the murder of his colleague as best he may. M. de Pone has troops of friends, is of an ancient family, and his cause is espoused by all who think the amenities of literary life preferable to the manners of an overgrown military, The observations of the pasquinade were true to the letter, only they fell short of the truth. The lofty chival ry of the French army has disappeared en tirely. The manners of the French officers are brusque aiul vulgar. There is the air of the “unwashed’ about them, meet them where you will ; and when anything like feasting is going on, they may be said also to have the air of the “unfed," for their eager voracity is so unbridled that ladies are rudely hustled, oven in the Palace of the Tuilleries, and their shoulders lacerated by the epaulet ted military, anxious to attack the prey. It is well known that the splendid receptions at the Palace, in the way of supper, have been forced on the Emperor by the savage con duct of the military. Funny. —The Pacific Medical and Surtjical Journal for August, after giving its usual amount of interesting matter pertaining to the medical profession, closes with several pages of advertisements of physicians, <fce., and winds up at the foot of the last page with the advertisement of Mr. Gray, under taker. The position of the advertisement is doubtless accidental, but it affords a subject for a good joke, and although a (trace matter in itself, will do to laugh at.— Alta. Poison Water. —The Times relates this cu rious incident: W. M. Cheek, formerly property man at Maguire’s Opera House, writes a woful stiry to a lady friend, dating his communication at Lillooet river, fifteen miles from the Upper Lake, lie stutes that the water on his route up was poison to his constitution—that his limbs were badly swollen from drinking and wading in the element. One of his comrades, Mr. Cheeshorough, residing at 233 Kearny street, returned on the Pacific, quite ill from the cause mentioned. Stabbino Affair. —Tuesday evening, says the S. F. Call, officers Lees it Ellis went on board the clipper ship Kinglcnder, mid arrest ed a sailor named Win. Nelson, charged with assaulting the mate of the vessel with a sheath-knife. It appears that Nelson was in toxicated, and upon being ordered to perform some duty, became refractory and stabbed the officer in the thigh with his knife. Dr. llyde was called to attend the wounded man, and from him we learn that the wound is not of u dangerous nature. Nelson was lodged in the Station House. Small Pox. —The citizens of lied Bluffs held u meeting, on Thursday evening last, to take into consideration measures to relieve the town of small pox Mr, Teiglo, says the Beacon, moved that a committee of live be appointed to inquire into the extent of the disease, and take measures, if necessary, to provide suitable accommodations, outside of town, for the afflicted, and to provide the ser vices of a competent person to wait on them —which was unanimously agreed to. The Committee have put up a comfortable house on the bank of the river, a mile below town, and removed Mr. Watson to it, where he has every attention bestowed upon him by Dr. Brad way and a competent nurse. It is hoped that with these precautions the dis ease will not extend any further. Mr. Mc- Gregor, the only case remaining in town, is doing as well as could be expected. Disgrace and Death. —John Shelton says the S. F. Timex, beat his daughter on Friday, was arrested on Saturday, buried his wife on Sunday, and was discharged by Judge Coon on Monday. “Don’t strike your motherless child again,” said the magistrate. UUscrtlanrous. ATTENTION !! Families, Hotels, Restaurants & Traders! TAKE NOTICE! J HAVE determined to close out my entire stock of CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, Within the next sixty days, and will sell AT COST! It consists in part of Stone China Plates, Cups and Saucers, Dishes, Bakers Pitchers, Chambers, Ewers and Basins, Su gars, Butters, Bowls, Ac., Ac.; French and China Dinner and Tea Sets, Plates, Cups and Saucers, Dishes, Ac., Ac.; Gold Band China Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers, Plates, Dishes, linkers, Bowls, Ac.; Mould and Cut Tumblers,Goblets, Salts, Dishes, Nap pies, Bowls on foot, Pitchers, Decanters, Bitter Bot tles, Bar Sugars, Celeries, Sugars, Butters, Lamps, Ac. —ALSO— A large assortment of Britania Ware, Lamps, Mirrors, and every article usually found in a well kept Crock ry Store. NOW is the time to buy, as the Stock MUST BE SOLD, and an opportunity is offered that is rarely met with, to furnish your Tables handsomely at IM PORTATION COST. A. P. FLINT, 105 First street, between I) ami High, next door but one to Drumuglm A Co., Marysville. augT-lm REMOVAL. VAN MULLER & CO. Corner of E and Second Streets, MARYSVILLE vyimnis ihev oiiiiu eon sale 2000 mats China Bice. 2000 sacks Flour, extra, superfine, and common. 50 Mils (1 all ego A Ilaxwdi Flour. 500 bags Corn Meat, Hominy, Buckwheat Flout. 3000 do Barley for Brewers, feed, Ac. 500 do Chicken feed. 1000 do Bran, Shorts and ground Barley. 800 do Cal. Beaus and Peas. 800 do coarse and fine Salt, looo lbs. Pearl Barley, Sago, Farina, Tapioca. 5000 lbs. new Hops, 1857. In00 do old do 1850. 3 Ml do Irish Moss. 10 Mils Rosin. 1 mi M Wine Corks. 200 firkins Table and Cooking Butter. 300 cases Cal. and Ithinewine, Kimmel, Claret Ac loo do Fr'h Syrups Ginger A Angelica Wines. 1(M) do Absinth, Kirsh,Sautern, Ac. lUOO boxs. Candles, of all kinds. KM) coils Rope, of all sizes. lotiO do Cal., English and Swiss Cheese. 25 kegs Dutch Herring. 100 kegs Sourcrout, Salmon and Mackwrel. 1000 gallons American Brandy. 1000 do Whiskey, Gin, Ac. 5(H) do French Brandy, Portwine, Sherry,Ac. 10,000 Havana and German Cigars. The above, as well as all other kinds of Groceries, Provisions and Liquors, will he sold for cash at a very small advance on San Francisco prices. auglO-my TROTTING! A Purse and Stake of $1,000. Marysville Park. WEDNESDAY, AUG. asm, 1858, A purse of $1,00'), with an inside stake of$l,000 each —half forfeit —mile heats—3 beat in five, to lule. i<;nthisi;s : G. A. Ferguson enters Capt. S. Card’s b. g. New York, to harness. ,1. O. Shields enters b. g. Jim Ilarton, to Harness. C. 8. Ellis enters s. g. Rhode Island, to saddle. TROTTING TO COMMENCE AT 2 P M. Admls sion to the Track, $1. «#• ON S VTIIHO VY, AUGUST HIST, pre vieufl to the Fair, there will be a Purse of $200, free for all second class Pacing Horses, of which $50 goes to the second-best Horse in the Race—mile heats, three best in live, to harness. ON S AT U It D A Y , AUGUST *STH, There will be a Purse of $500, free for all Pacing and Trotting Horses, of which $100 goes to the second best horse in the race—mile heats, three best in live, to harness. Fred Johnson to skeleton wagon. ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 4DTIK, there will be a Purse of $100, free for all Trotting Horses, with an inside stake of $25 each, now owned in Yuba, llutte, Suttter and Colusi counties —mile heats, three best in live, to harness—the second best horse in the Race to save his stakes. IMMEDIATELY AFTER, A Purse of $50, free for all three and four year oid Colts,trotting, with an inside stake of $lo each —the second best to save his stake—mile heats, three best in live, to harness. Entrance on all the above Purses 10 per cent. Three or more to start to make a race. The above Races to rule. Entrees for each day’s Race will close the day pre vious by 0 o’clock P. M. Tuelirst day’s Race will close on Friday,Aug. 20th, at the Club House, Marysville, witb A. Hepburn, by 0 1* M. augT* C. S. ELLIS. Ranch and Stock FOR SA/LIR. On tUc Willow Sdougli, Yolo County. THE subscriber offers for sale, his Ranch, situated in Yolo county, contain ing about 100 acres, ail under fence.— There are on the place, a good dwelling house, barn, and other outhouses, nil new. lie also offers for sale, with the Ranch, JS Milch Cows, 4S Heifers, and 4 good working Horses; also, Wagons and Burgles. Vs the proprietor is about leaving for the East, the above will be sold very low, on easy terms. There is also, on this Ranch, a thrifty Peach Or chard, containing about 1001) peach trees, aud about the same number of Apple and Plum Trees. Apply to David Rogers, at the St. Charles Hotel Marysville, or to thesullscriher on the premises. aug8-2w* ALEXANDER MOODY. . . . ■ . ■ • • t I. | ■ 300 .VO-6a Corn Starch. I BSOIIM SXU01I, for puddings PJ0E 4 OOFFjN For tale by ferial $otirr*. Wild Cherry at the South, Our Agent at Athens, Georgia, sends us the follow ing letter, with permission to publish : Athens, August 24th. Dear Sir—Having been afflicted for more than ten month? with Chronic Iiillammation of the Lungs, at times very severely* and having adopted many medi cines without any but temporary relief, I purchased about three bottles of W is tar’s Balsam of Wild Cherry, from the effects of which I obtained more relief than from all the medicines I had ever taken for that dis tressing disorder. 1 have, by the repeated use of this valuable Balsam, been more free from pressure for breath and oppression on the lung?, than I had antici pated, and, indeed, conceive that 1 will be cured, by continuing its use, of this most disheartening malady, I do most cheerfully tender you tills acknowledgment which you will use as your judgment dictates BODNKY BUKKK, Waynesborough, Burke Co., Ga. Seth W. Fowled Co., Uk> Washington street, Boston, Proprietors. Sold by their agents everywhere. Sold by Henry Johnson A Co., Wholesale Druggists. 140 W ashington street, San Francisco, sole agents for the Paofic coast. l)r. II. I). Kelly, Druggist, agent for Marysville. JyflHin To l)ru Piiysictttiis unU TniUcrs. The subscriber respectfully invites the attention of Druggists and Country Dealers tv. his large and well selected slock of Dittos, Medicines, Ac., which he is prepared to supply ut the lowest market prices. My long experience in tho business affords a guar antee that ail orders entrusted to me will be executed on the most favorable terms, and by putting up my goods in the best manner, careful packing, and prompt ness in forwarding, I trust not only to give satisfac tion, but to offer inducements to purchasers unsur passed by any other house. S. T. WATTS, Importer and Wholesale Druggist, First street, Marysville. Syrup of Yellow Dock, Siuiuparilla, au«l Iodide of Pulush. I would inform my patrons and friends that lean guarantee my “Concentrated Sjrup of Yellow Dock, Sarsaparilla, and Iodide of Potash,” as the very best preparation of Sarsaparilla now in use. We simply ask atrial of this medicine. It is fur nished to the trade in boxes, containing one duz. bot tles each, and supplied upon the most favorable terms. Ample directions accompany each buttle. Apply to S. T. WATTS, Wholesale Druggist, First street, Marysville. Dr. L, J, C'zupka) , —We would mrect the es pecial attention of invalids to a perusal of Dr. L. J. Oxapkoy’s advertisement, to be found in another col umn of this paper, in order to place the services of a learned and experienced physician within their reach. So much ill has been indicted on the human family irom the pernicious and ignorant practices of empir ics, that it seems as if we were fulfilling a bounden du ly to make known where relief can be obtained. To those unfortunate enough to suffer from the effects of sexual or private diseases, or their ill treatment, we cheerfully commend Dr. L. J. Czapkuy as a man of ‘ are scientific and medical acquirements, possessing ah the requisites, from long experience and ucknowi edged skill, for the successful practice of his profes sion. Having made sexual complaints an especial study, like the celebrated Uicord, of Paris, lie is ena bled to guarantee a permanent and speedy cure iu all cases of private or chronic disease, whether the ef fects of contagion, seil-abusc, or loss of virility; ami m order liiat patients at a distance may avail them selves of hia advice, free consultation by letter is open to them. The knowledge tiiat we nave of the numer ous cures he has effected, some ol which were of long standing, leans us to place much faitn in l)r. C.’s elh cacy, an«l commend him to the coiuidence of those in ill health. Dr. Czapkay’s office is in Sacramento at., below Montgomery, nearly opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.’s office, San Francisco. jy2S-dui Yuba Lodge, So, 5,1. O. of O. F. Regular meeting every Tuesday evening, at 8 o’- clock. K. A. KUSEL, X. G. Wm. K. Hudson, Recording Sec’y. Library Am* oeiatiou.— The Library will be opened every Friday evening, from S to 10, for the use of members. The citizens of Marys ville, ar« respectfully iuv.ted to inspect the collection of Rooks oil the evenings above named. The dues and fees areas follows: Life Membership, $100,00; Share holders, $'2o 00; dues $1 per month; Membership, $5; dues $1 per month. By order of the Trustees. A. (i. COFFIN, President. Marysville. March ISth, 1S&8. mer O&TE 1 * A3V. ?®EHVL1)E. N _ mm m AND H mm con M ARTSY! Offers for Safe' Ft'esh Goocls received' ' by\eveiy Steamer. BOURNE, ELWELL&UU., No. 4, 6 & & 8 E Street, Krijyvn THE PIjAZA. QPFER FOR SALE 100 firkins Choice Butter—Thos. Hope A Co. Rio & Java Coffee, llaxall and Gallego Flour. California Cheese —uhoice Dairies. Piper’s genuine Heldsick Champagne—pts. A qts. New York Cider Vinegar. Layer Raisins, Herring in tins. Smoked Beef, 4c., Ac. Also—a general assortment of Groceries, Provisions, and Liquors, at the Lowest Cash Prices. R. BOURNE, San Francisco. II. C. LENNOX, i Jy8tmy P. A. KLVVKLL, iMnrvsvIlle. H. BiflIi.iV121l.Vf, FIItSTST., BETWEEN D ifc MAIDEN LANE, Wholesale and Retail Dculcr in CAMPIIEN'E, BURNING FLUID, TUR PENTINE, ALCOHOL, SPERM, POLAR AND LARD OIL. All kinds of Lamps, Chimneys, Lamp Wick, Ac., 4c. Camphene and Fluid received daily, fresh from the Factory, and delivered from the wagon dally to cus tomers in ,:ll parts of ne city. N. B.—Particular attention paid to orders from the [myWW] __ 11. BAUMAN. Just Received, VT TUB S Vl!ISA.m:\TO VKGETA 15 1, li STilKK, 41 E street, between id and -3d— IOOO I,Its. WHITE CABBAGE—a very desirable article for Public Houses and Restaurants— at ft per 100 puunds. jylo JOHN SUYDAM, Agent WOODS OLIVE PECTORAL.—The very best Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Asth urn, Bronchitis, Inllamniatinn of the Lungs, ami ah ether diseases qfthc pulmonary o. gans,for sale b/ the Agents. ian9 —my RICE 4 COFFIN £arramento Juh'ertUemfnte. Sacramento Drugs. M I 3VE2T» O XT T 33 XT St ! WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 130 J Sfrcct, Sacrnnii'iito, Have just rveelvwl and keep constantly on hand a full assortment of Bruns, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Paints & Oils, Alcohol, Camphene, Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Lamp Oil, Lard Oil, Dental Instruments, Brewer’s Material, Soda Material, Surgical do. Teeth and Foil, Ac., Ac., 4c. AH of which we offer at as low rates, if not lower, than any house in California. it. ii.McDonald a co., mylS-my Sacramento City Premium Marble Works. 2?. J. DEVINE Sc BEO. A Sired, Corner Sixth, Sacramento, Cal. Marble mantels and ouates, moku inents, Tomb and 0 rave Stones, Table and Coun ter Tops, Tile, Ornnlte and Vreeslone Sills and Lin tels, Ac., Ac., constantly on hand and made to order on reasonable terms. All kinds ot Ornamental Work lone with dispatch. jy22-0m Ittisrcllimrcus. DENTISTRY. BMC. .F. \V. UAYfiOHD Respect fuly tenders hit) professional services to tin* citizens of Marysville and vicinity, having again come among them,after an absence of several years,and hav ing concluded to make this Ids permanent home, takes this method of introducing himself to them. After having followed Dentistry in all its various legitimate branches,as taught lathe Dental College at Baltimore, since A. D. IS85, alter two years' study and practice under the immediate supervision and instruction of one of the best Dental Surgeons in our country, and a graduate of tin* Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. With such Instructions and amount of practice, he Haters himself that, satisfaction is inevitable. He as sures all that his work is second to none in the State. He would refer those wishing ids services to the follow ing CARD, signed by old residents of this c.ty : Makysvjlle, July 8uth, 185$. Me, the undersigned, do hereby cheerfully recom mend our old friend, Dr. J. W. Gaylord, Dental Sur gcon, who has been absent from us for several years, but has now returned, and from our knowledge of him and his work of eight years'standing, which has proved perfectly good up to the present time, do be lievo that those w ho may bo the fortunate recipients of his services w ill not regret it, but have much to felici tate themselves. Call and see him, on the corner of I> and 4th streets, where he can tie fouud at any time, in his portable Dental office and Ambrotype Gallery. Jos. DeB. il, 8. T. Watts, M. D. f Win. E. Wight man, A. Ball, M. D., W. 1\ Miller, li. II. McDaniels, M. D., O. i[. Peirson. ALSO, If you want a perfect picture, second to none in the State, call and see him, as this is the place. a ug 10-ray <'oi>nrtm‘r*hip. rilHE undersigned entered into a Copartnership on X tin: 2d day of this month for the transaction of a GENERAL GROCERY, PROVISION and LIQUOR BUSINESS, under the firm and name of S. L. DEWEY & CO. The business will he conducted at the old stand of B. li. Dewey & Co., Plaza, third door from High street. S. L. DEWEY & CO. Samuel L. Dewey, Stki’iiex A. Follk. s aug?-3m UNITED STATES jD Street, Opposite Well*, Fargo & Co.’s, Open at all Hours, Day or Night. 22?" 3Ieals Furnished lo Order. Oysters, Spring Chickens, See. •mVAVS ON UA.Nl>. The Best of LIQUORS AND WINES are constantly dispensed at this House, je‘2G-my II. PINK, Proprietor. Union Fruit Store. r|JlII9£ UNDEKSICiNKL) having purchased of Mr. Ji. Martin Clay, his interest in the above establish* incut, situated ou I> Street, betwee n Second and Third, Will hereafter conduct the same, and will always be supplied with every variety of GREEN & DRIED FRUITS, Together with a largo and well selected stock of Con fectionery. Ills articles are all good, and he sells them cheap. Call and see for yourself. F. CLAY, jy31-tf Successor to M. Clay. Watches and Jewelry, -AT NEW YORK PRICES, At CANFIELD A WRIGHT’S. GOLD WATCHES, OK THE MOST CELEBRATED MAKERS, Which we warrant not to vary 1 minute por montli- For sale by CANFIELD A WRIGHT. D I AMOND8. Ear-rings, Pius,Finger-rings,&c. Fur sale by CANFIELD ft WUIUIIT. THE LATEST STYLES AND MOST FASHIONABLE We are in monthly receipt of For sale by CANFIELD ft WRIGHT. QUAUIT; JEWELRY, iint mxroEirtY styxjEJ, Manufactured by canfikld ft weight. C AL1FORNIA J E WELRY —OF— EVERY DESCRIPTION, Manufactured by CANFIELD ft WRIGHT. WATCHES REPAIRED ! Particular attention paid to this Branch, By CANFIELD ft WRIGHT. WE WARRANT - Every Article as Represented janO—8m CANFIELD ft WRIGHT. Fat llogs for Sale. OX VAX’S RANCH, east side of Feather ltiver, half a mile above the Yuba City Bridge. Will be sold in quantities to suit purcha sers. For terms upply ou theprem VAN BEAUCHAMP. ises. jyHltf NOTICE IS IIKItV?5IY that application will he made before the Hoard of Supervisors In and for the county or Yuba, at their next session, for a re newal of the license to keep a toll bridge across the North Yuba River, near the mouth of Cherokee Creek, Mate Range Township. jy27td C. WOOD & CO. TRY DR. ROSEIJ BAUM'S BITTERS. Fo. sale at [je-6ro] GILLIGANS. Lard Oil, RKCEIVF.O EX BLACK WARRIOR, PORJE LARD OIL, OiocinaatJbrand. 9 t WATTS. Druggist. ,ty8T 90 Firet etreej £an Jfranrisco Jiduertisemenls. UDOLPHO WOLFE’S SCHNAPPS* A medintnal'frink,of eminently salutary qualities maufuctured by himself exclusively, at his factory at Schiedam, in Holland, and well known during the last twelve years throughout all the Atlantic and Western States. It is made from the best barley that can be selected in Europe, with the essense of an aromatic Italian ber ry, of acknowledged and extraordinary medicinal properties. It has long since acquired a higher repu tation, both in Europe and America, than any other diuretic beverage. Analyzed, it is a perfectly pure Liquor , in its effects a mild and wliolefloiml tonic. It is extensively used and approved by the medical faculty, the temperance people, heads of families, &c. In Gravel, Gout, and Rheumatism, in obstructions of the Bladder and Kidneys, and In General Debility its effects are prompt, decided, and invariably relia ble ; and it is not only a remedy for these maladies, but in all cases in which they are produced by drinking ba.l water, which is almost universally the cause of them, It ac ts as a sure preventive. For Fever and Ague It is one of the most efficacious preventives that can be resorted to. TiMlMlCSCIlMCIlim Is consequently in great demand hypers ns traveling, or about to ssttle in new parts of the country espe cially, as well as by many in every community, where it lias become known, on account ol its various other remedial properties. I i all cases of a Props cal tendency, it Is generally the only remedy required, when adopted In the early stage of tlie disease. Ill dyspepsia maladies, when taken in proper quan tities, as a diet drink, and especially at dinner. It is found, by uniform experience, to he eminently effica cious In the most obstinate cases, alien even the best of the usual remedies have failed to afford mi re than temporary relief. In cases of Flatulency, it is an im mediate and invariable specific, and it may b f admin istered in diluted and proportionate quantities, even to Yodno Infants, in all those paroxysms of griping pain iu tie- stomach anil bowels to w hlch they are especial ly subject, as well ns in the cholic of grown persons. Its judicious adoption in connection with tiie prlnci pal meals, or when a sense of exhaustion dictates Its use, never fails to relieve the debility attendant upon protracted chronic maladies, low temperament and exWwted vital energy, by whatever cause induced.— These are facta which many of the most eminent medical men, both in England and the United Ptates, have borne testimony, and which are corroborated by the highe t written authorities. Put up iu quart and pint bottles, In cases of one dozen, with my name on the bottles, cork, and fac simile of my signature on the label. For sale by nil the respectable Druggists and Liquor dealers in California and Oregon. UDOLPHO WOLFE, Sole Importer, 211 Beaver street, New York- Caution to the Public. London Cordial Gin r Club House Gin* Sch iei l a ?n Sch n appn, Medicated Schnapps, Royal Schnapps , t£c., df-c., tfee. Under She above and similar titles,the liquor-mixers of this city are bottling large quantities of adultera ted, unwholesome trash, costing hut little, on which they hope to realize large prettts by selling iu Culifor \vold all compounds. Some are so skillfully pre pared as to puss for good Liquor, except with the best judges. If you would he safe, use only the long es tablished, renowned,genuine tlutf'e Schiedam Aro matic Sclimwpt. UDOLPHO WOLFE, Sole Importer, augS-3in 22 Beaver street, New York. WM. THTJENATJEB, 'IMFOETEE AND IIANUFACTUEER. ...OF.... i BASKETS II VILLIW WARE. CHILDREN’S CHAIRS, WAGONS,! CANE & WILLOW FURNITURE, Mo. 92 Buttery Street, jj 9-Sin SAN FRANCISCO. Itlisn'ltaiu'ous. SELLING OFFl Great [Reduction in Prices ! ! bU«- [WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! S. GOODMAN & CO., NO. 35 IF STREET, DM A U YSVI1.L K / RV GOODS, CLOTHING, ROOTS, .SHOES, HATS, AND CAPS, At I.ess than Cost Prices ! s we are determined to close out our entire Stock in SIXTY DAYS fro. : date. Call and see for your* selves, as we charge nothing for showing our Go ds. S. GOODMAN *fc CO. NOTICE. Marysville Coal Gas Company. I). E. KX1UHT, Agent rpHE MAUYSVILLK COAL GAS COMPANY beg X to give notice that they will bj ready with a full supply of COAL GAS on or before thel5tl* of August, They have now on hand a large assortment of Service Pipe, Burners & Gas Fixtures, nr all kind., which they arc prepared to furnish at the low est cash prices. Experienced workmen are em ployed to lit tlies nne with neatness and dispatch.— Part'eB desirous of having rooms furnished previous to the convening ofthe STATE AOUICUI.TCUAL FAIR, will please leave their orders us early us possible with theumleisigned, at H. N. TILDICN CO.’S, C street, between Second and Third, augl-tf IF. E. KSKitIT, Agent. CITY BAKERY, VIRGIN ALLEY, between Ut ami id STREETS MARYSVILLE. i\ o t Ice. 1S\ AC M. COHN lms this clay sold to JACOB I KKIKDEKICK EHB A CO. his entire interest In the CITY BAKERY. 1RAAC COHN. Marysville, Aug. 5th. A Card. undersigned would inform their friend* and 1 the public th.it they will continue the Imsitieiw, at the old stand, where they will be happy to wait upon all who may favor them with thcdr patronage. Always on hand, DREAD, PIES, CAKES and CRACKERS. J. K. ERB, ltt| 84m J08EPH NEVER. ,J Ill W III LKY, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, MADE TO ORDER. J. DE BELL. PLAIN Sz ORNAMENTAL EAKKAVIAtt, > order. [uiy2-(hn] .! 1>F I’ELL. Bounty l.aiul Warrants, On hand and for sale by S. 0. TOMPKINS, my9 Real Estate Broker, City of Marysville. Quartz Magnifying Glasses, In struments, &c. IVTOAV OPEN live, Ex Wells, Pargo k Co.'s Tv Express from New York, a further assortment of those fine Magnifying Glasses, for examining Quarts. —ALSO— 1 do*. Physicians’ Surgical and Medical Cases: 50 Ihs. Iodide P>»ta*s; 500 os. Morphine; 1 doz Glaziers’ Diamonds 200 “ Quinine, Farr’s; 0 gross Court Plaster; 60 “ Tannin; 12 doz Lancets, ass’d; 60 “ Strychnine: 1 doz Caustic Holders, silver; 1 doz Silver Port Caustics, ‘Salliman.*.’* 1 do do Bouses and Catheters. double Joint*. For sale by RIOS, COFFIN A CO., JeFiny 27 p street. Marysville.