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VOL T.
DAILY DEMOCRAT
PUBLISHED DAILY ( MONDAY'S EXCEPTED) BY
A S RANDALL & CO.
A. 8. RANDALL, 8. B. CHRISTIAN, J. F. WHITAKER,
JOHN R. RIDGE, W. BOULWARK, J. O. IIEATLEY,
Office in Treinont Block, corner Maiden Lane
ajid Second street.
T E It M
Fifty Oouts per Wools.
For one year, (per mail) $12 00
** six months “ 7 00
•• three 44 44 6 00
ADVERTISING. —One square of twelve lines and
more than six lines, first insertion $3, each subsequen
insertion $1 50. When advertisements are inserted a
intervals, each insertion will be charged as the first.—
For half a square of six lines or more than three, first
insertion $2, each subsequent one $1. For three lines
or less, first insertion $1 50. Monthly advertisements
• f one square of 12 lines, $ 10. When changed at the
end of each month, an extra charge will be made.—
For half a square of six lines, and more than three
lines, per month, $7. For three lines per ro«nt,h $5.
THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT
Is published every Saturday morning, and contains
twenty-eight columns of reading matter. The aim of
the publishers will be to make it a a good paper, and
a suitable offering for friends iu Atlantic States.
TERMS—$5 per annum; f3 for six months; $2 for
three month*.
List of Agents,
L. T. FISHER San Francisco*
K. B. DAVIDSON Sacramento.
OARNHAM k LOCKWOOD Oroviile.
8. POLACK Inskip.
J.C. FULLER Camptonville.
J. ST. C. WILSON St. Louis.
DR. O. S. BURNHAM Morrison’s Diggings.
A. T. LANGTON, Dnwnieville.
J. F. KEEKS New York.
SAMUEL ABBEY North San Juan.
E. COOK Long Bar.
FOR SALE,
A X THIS OFFICE— An ex
A. cellent SUPER-ROYAL PRINT
ING PRESS, Washington patent
also one of RUGGLE8’ JOB PRESS
ES, in perfect order; together with
TYPE and materials sufficient to 1\
out a complete newspaper office.
~~ MIL Y I> IvlKMK AT
t Booli
cfc Tola
HUNTING OFFICE,
Cnrnsr Sacand Street and Maiden Lane,
MVRVSVILLE.
The Proprietors of the above named Establishment
would respectfully ana >uncc to the citizens of Marys
ville and the surrounding country, that they are now
prepared to execute all kinds of
Plain an! Ornamental Job
PRIKTTIKTG
la a maimer UNSURPASSED by any other Establish
ment in Ca ifornia.
IImug m r .S PRINTING PRESSES, of the lates
i nproved patterns, we are prepared to turn out work
with the greatest possible speed, at all times, and at
t e shortest notice.
ur Jobbing Material Is all NEW, and of the VERY
LATEST STYLES, and as wc employ none but
THE BEST OF WORKMEN,
we can GUARANTEE ENTIRE SITISFACTION to all
who may favor us with their patrouage, and at rates
which will
Dili'' Y COMPETITION !
Fostors for
fjjeatvttal flUntcrtaimiuiits
CONCERTS and EXHIBITIONS,
(or THE VEnV LARGEST SIZE,)
Printed at this Establishment, at short notice, and at
the LOWEST LIVING PitICES.
We are prepared with an extra quality of Type and
and other material peculiarly adapted to the printing of
Programmes,
Circulars,
Ball Tickets,
Visiting Cards,
Blanks,
Bills of Fare,
Way-Bills,
Bill Heads,
Chocks,
etc. etc-
BL^XJSTIXS!
We have now oa hand and will continue to keep a
Urge supply of Blanks of every description, of the
most approved forms, which we will sell at reduced
P r ‘ces. A. 8. RANDALL & CO.
MUMlini
0. H. PEI as ON. Auc'r.
LEGALLY LlOExVSliU Full
City, County & State ofCalitbrnia
Will attend to sales at Auction of ADMINISTRA
TOR, EXECUTORS, ASSIGNEES, SHERIEf’S, CON
STABLES, 4c., 4c.
—ALSO—
Auctions of Real Eitnte, Stock, Furni
lure, Buildings, Ac.
Particular attention palil to Buying and Sell-
Ing Stock ami Rial Estate, Buildings, Ac., at private
m*!?’ 'l n * ovv 0 ' n, Alsalons. Deeds, Mortgages ami
llilla of Sales drawn oil short not.ee correctly, and
with dispatch. O. II. PEIUSON, Auc’r,
1> street,between 3rd and 4th, opposite Post Office.
jan¥—my 11
.. California Staje Company.
GENERAL STAGE OFFICE
—IN—
BiUJIAOIM’S BUILDING,
Ka*t silo of D street, near corner of Second st.
STAGES LEAVE DAILY TOR
Neal’s, Chico, Tehama, Red Bluffs, Shasta
And Yreka.
Oregon House, Keystone, Foster’s Bar, Carapton
▼ill* and Downleville.
Empire Kindi, Rough and Ready, Grass Valley, Ne
va 11, Forest City, Woods* Crossing, French Corral,
and San Juan.
Central House, Lynchburgh, and Ophlr, Thompson’s
Flat, Garden Ranch, and BidwelP* Bar.
Hansouville, Brownsville, and Forbeatowu, N. York
w inch, Orolewa, Columbus House, Rabbit Creek, and"
Sears* Diggings.
Long Bar and Parks* Bar.
Also, for Sacramento at 6 o’clook A. M. and 2 o’-
clock P. INI., daily, and arrive in time for the San Fran
cisco boats.
GEO. F. THOMAS,
General Superintendent at Marysville.
N. B.—Passengers securing their seats will be called
for at any part of the city febll-n»y
Dissolution,

T1IE FIRM OF HUDSON, El LEHMAN A CO. is
this day dissolve! by mutual consent, Geo. B.
Hu Ison having sold his entire interest in the firm to
the remaining partners, viz—II. A B. Eilerman—who
will eontinm* the business as heretofore, under tb**
na ne and style of HENRY EILERMAN A CO., who
* pay all the indebtedness of, and are authorised to
ouect an monies due the firm of Hudson, Btlrrman A
uo * GEO R HUD <051,
H. EILERMAN.
DAILY NATIONAL DEMOCRAT;
MARYSVILLE, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1858.
DAILY DEMOCRAT
The Two Armies.
As Life s unending column pours,
Two marshalled hosts are seen,—
I 'vo armies on the trampled shores
That Death Hows black between.
One marches to the drum-boat's roll,
The wide mouthed clarion’s bray,
And hears upon a crimson scroll,
“Onr glory is to slay-”
One moves in silence to the stream,
With sad, yet watchful eyes,
Galinas the patient planet's gleam
That walks the clouded skies.
Along its front no sabres shine,
No blood red pennons wave;
Its banner bears the single line,
"Our duty is to save.”
I or those no death-bed’s lingering shade ;
At Honor’s trumpet call,
With knitted brow and lifted blade
In Glory’s arms they fall.
For thee no clashing falchions bright,
No stirring battle-cry;
The bloodless stabber calls bv night,—
Each answer ‘Here am I 1’’
Nor those the sculptor’s laurelled bust,
The butcher’s marble piles.
The anthems pealing o'er their dust
Through long cathedral aisles.
For the blossom-sprinkled turf
That sods the lonely grave,
When Spring rolls in her sea-green surf
In flowery-foaming waves.
Two paths lead upward from below',
And angels wait above,
Who count each burning life-drop’s flow,
Each falling tear cf Love.
Though from the Hero’s bleeding breast
Her pulses Freedom drew.
Through the white lilies in her crest
Sprang ftom that scarlet dew.
While Valor’s haughty champions wuit
Till all their sears are shown,
Love walks unchallenged through the gate,
To sit beside the Throne 1
Olden Slavery in JNewInmpshire.
Iii the days when slavery existed in
New Hampshire, Portsmouth had a
large proportion of the slaves in the
State. The blacks were numerous
then ; and the edark of tho town were
as conspicuous as the elite are now.—
They were permitted to hold their so
cial meetings, and had a mock govern
ment of their own. For many years
they held their annual elections in June,
usually on the Portsmouth Plains.—
They elected a King (w!io was also j
Judge), a Sheriff and Deputy, besides!
other officers, and closed their election
with a jolly time. If any black was
guilty of any crime which was regarded
disgraceful to the ebon society, he was
duly tried and punished.
Nero, tne slave of Col. Wru. llrow
was for many years King. His vice
roy, Willie Clarkson, a slave of Pierce
Long.
A report comes that Prince Jackson J
had stolen an ax. The Sheriff, Jack !
Odiorne, seizes him, the Court is sum
moned, and King Nero in majesty sits
for the examination. The evidence is
exhibited, Prince is found guilty, and
condemned to twenty lashes on the
bare back at the whipping post, the
town pump on the parade. There is a
general gathering of all the slaves on
such occasions, and the Sheriff, after ta
king off his coat, and tying up the con
vict to the pump, hands the whip to his
deputy, Pharaoh Shores, addressing the
company —‘Gommen, this is do way we
s’ports our government’—turning to
his deputy—‘Now Pharoad, pay on !’
After tho whipping was over, the
Sheriff dismissed the prisoner, telling
him that the next time he is found this
side Christian Shore, unless sent by his
master, he will receive twenty lashes
more. Prince, however, did not reform;
for, soon after, he was found guilty of
larger thefts and brought under the
cognizance of the County Court.
There is one other story told of a
trial which took place here by the Ne
ro Court, for the truth of which we
have no voucher. It was this: A cul
prit was under trial, when the old North
clock, which regulated so many matters
the last century, struck the hour of
twelve. The evidence was not all gone
through with, but the servants could
stay no longer from their home duties.
They all wanted to see the whipping,
but could not conveniently be present
again after dinner —Sambo ventured to
address the King: ‘Please your honor,
let the fellow have his whipping now,
and finish the trial after dinner.’ The
request seemed to be the general wish
of the company, so Nero ordered ten
lashes, for justice so far as the trial
went, and ten more at the close, should
he be found guilty.— Portsmouth, Jour.
Forgiveness. —The brave only know
how to forgive ; it is the most refined
and generous pitch of virtue human na
ture can arrive at. Cowards have done
good and kind actions —cowards have
even fought, nay, sometimes conquered
—but a coward never forgave; it is not
his nature; the power of doing it flows
only from a strength and greatness of
soul conscious of its own force and
security, and above all the little tempta
tions of resenting every fruitless at
tempt to interrupt its happiness.
In speaking of a fashionable
card writer signing his name, Mrs Part
ington recently remarked: ‘lie con
signed his autocrat to the missile with
wonderful effulgence. Isaac, son, hand
me my fan.’
ijgjf 0 The wind blew, the snow Hew,
and raised particular thunder —with
skirts and hoops and chicken coops —
and all such kinds of plunder.
Muggins says Job’s turkey was
fat, compared with an old gobbler he
shot last week, on the Devil’s Fork.—
That was so light it lodged in the air,
and he had to get a pole and knock it
down,
“THE VOIOE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE VOICE OF GOD.”
25IP An aged bachelor being asked
if he had witnessed a public execution,
replied,‘No, but 1 once saw a marriage.’
E23P ‘Did the defendant approach
the plaintiff seriatim]’inquired an at
torney, in a ease of assault and battery.
‘No, sir-ee,’ was the reply, ‘ho went at
’em with a poker.’
Advice.— i’o hear patiently and an
swer precisely are the great perfections
of conversation.
I 1 ortunate. —The man who recently
plunged into a great depth of thought,
has been recovered by means of a di
ving bell.
Effectual Cure. —A man with a
scolding wife moved into a swamp,
where the dumb ague was prevalent.—
llis wife was effectually cured.
W-SP ‘You are very handsome,’ said
a gentleman to a lady. ‘Ah!’ said the
lady, ‘so you would say if you did not
think so.
‘And so would think,’ answered he,
‘though I should not say so.’
I3P The hoop question, like most
others, has two sides to it. The ladies
take the inside, and of course we must
take the other.
2W* E is the duty of women to be
virtuous; it is their privilege to appear
so. Many forget their duties, but all
remember their privileges.
25IP ‘Bill, you little imp!’ said a
tender hearted mother to her dear little
s*m, ‘what on earth did you throw the
kitten into the welffor V
‘0, cos 1’s crazy !’
‘Come to your ina, you dear little
cherub!
2®" E has been thought that peo
ple are degenerating, because they don’t
live as long as in the days of Methuse
lah ; but the fact is, provisions are so
high that nobody can afford to live very
long.
DtertUaitfous.
REMOVAL.
VAN HIUKR&fO.
Corner of E and Second Streets.
MARYSVILLE
where THEY OFFliU FOU S I l.l:
2000 mats China Rice.
L'UOO sacks Flour, extra, superfine, and common.
50 bbls Gal lego A Hazwell Flour.
500 bags Corn Meal, Hominy, Buckwheat Flout.
8000 do Barley for Brewers, feed, Ac.
5;M) do Chicken feed.
1000 do Bran, Hhorts and ground Barley.
8 10 do Cal. Beans and Peas.
800 do coarse and fine Salt.
loOO lbs. Pearl B arley, dago, Farina, Tapioca.
5000 lbs. new Hops, 1857.
1000 do old do 1856.
800 do Irish Moss.
10 bbls Rosin.
1 K) M Wine Corks.
200 firkins Table and Cooking Butter.
300 cases Cal. and Rhinewine, Kimmel, Claret Ac
1»0 do Fr’h Syrup , Ginger A Angelica Wines.
100 do Absinth, Kirsh,Sautern, Ac.
1000 boxs. Candles, of all kinds.*
100 coils Rope, of all sizes.
1000 do Cal., English and Swiss Cheese.
25 kegs Dutch Herring.
UlO kegs Sourcrout, Salmon and Mackerel.
1000 gallons American Brandy.
1000 do Whiskey, Gin, Ac.
5u0 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 be sold for cash at a
very small advance on San Francisco prices.
auglO-my
Ranch and Stock
FOR SALE.
On the Willow Slough, Yolo County.
M
M|>
THE subscriber offers for sale, his
Ranch, situated in Yolo county, contain
ing about 400 acres, all under fence. —
There are on the place, a good dwelling
.louse, barn, and other outhouses, all
new. He a.so offers for sale, with the Ranch, 28 Milch
Cows. 48 Heifers, and 4 good working Horses; also,
Wagons and Buggies. As the proprietor is about
leaving for the the above will be sold very low,
on easy terms.
There is also, on this Ranch a thrifty Peach Or
chard, containing about 100J peach trees, and about
the same number of Apple and Plum Trees.
Apply to DavUl Rogers, at the St. Charles Hotel,
Marysville, or to thesullscriber on the premises.
aug8-2w* ALEXANDER MOODY.
lee! Ice! lee!
Four Cents per pound at Retail.
Office or the American Russian Com’lCo., \
8.m Kriurisc.o, April 9, 1858. f
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, that this Compa
ny has fixed the price of Sitka Ice in Marysville,
for the current year, at FOUR CENTS per poun 1, de
livered by the Agent, MU. C. F. BROWN, at the Ice
Housj in this city, or the dwellings of purchasers, at
thetr option. WM. BURLING,
apll-Gin Secretary.
FOR S F.
IIO CJSE aa .i IjOT
Apply
ON COIlTRi. SQuAKIC
[ inr.2"-m,v]
K. DUPRE.
LIQUOR STORE.
THOMAS GILLIGAN,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
WINES & LIQUORS.
.High st., between First and Second.
9IABYKIVILLE.
Having opened a wholesale a retail
Wine and Liquor Store, as above, he begs to in
form iiis friends and the public that he will keep con
stantly on hand articles of the best quality. jan9-iny
C. F. SCHOLL,
MAKER & IMPORTER,
UAS JUST RECEIVED the. best Marbled, Damascus
and Stub Twist Double Barrelled Shot Guns, Ri
fles, Colt’s Pistols, Gun Equipments and Materials,
Powder, Balls, Shot and Caps, which lie has always on
hand and fqr sale.
1 have also new Machinery for cutting Gain Twist
and re-boring Shot Gun Barrels.
Gun, Pistol and Locks repaired with neatness and
dispatch. Pistols loaded at short notice. Guns and
Pistols bought.
West side of D street, next to the Theater.
no29-iny 0. F. 8<;HOLL_
Corn Starch.
OAA J BSOM.V 8X11012, fot puddings
'*»■**» BIOT * OOJUPjS
Groceries, {frodvins, Ar.
ECKJ1AN, TENNENT <fc CO.,
"Vholesale Dealers in
& Provisions,
Miners’ Tools,
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, FLOUR
GRAIN, Ac.
Corner of First and Commercial Streets,
Have constantly on hand a large and well selected
stock of
Provisions, Liquors,
—ALSO—
Every Variety ol Case Goods,
Comprising a complete assortment, well adapted to
the TRADE, which they odor for sale at the lowest
market rates.
ORDERS from the interior will be promptly and
faithfully executed. ap'ZSmy
S.L-rJESWEY
(SUCCESSOR TO DEWEY & CO.,
OLD STAND ON THE PLAZA,
DEALER IN
Groceries, Liquors, Clothing,
HARDWARE, &c.
n«v4tf
SCOTT, VANTINE& CO.
(Successors to Jewett, Scott A Vantine,)
FIRS] ST., OPPOSITE THE PLAZA,
Wholesale Dealers in
Groceries,Provisions
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
CLOTHING,
Boots & Shoes, Mining Implements, &c.
jan9-my
NOTICE.
MII. P. K. O'FERRALL is this dr»y admitted us a
partner In our house. The business will hereaf
ter be conducted under the name of OSGOOD, FALL
& O'FARRALL.
II. P. OSGOOD,
W. H. II. FALL,
P. K. O’FEURALL.
Marysville, Nov. 05, 1S57.
OSGOOD, F\LL*& O’FERit VLL.
WHOLESALE DEALEUS IN
Flour, Grain, Groceries, Liquors,
PROVISIONS,
OliOTXIINGr, dfcc.
FALL’S BLOCK,
First street, between E and Commercial sts.
no26mjr2p
JNO. M. MATHEWS, OHAS. HOWLER.
Family Groceries.
l COMPLETE ISSOIUMlliMofcT.
eryt.ung in the Grocery line, can be found at our
store,
TXTo. XS3
C Street, between Fourth aucl Fifth Sts,
ALL. Of WHICH CAN UK BOUGHT
CUoap for OtvaSa !
ifr Goods delivered
charge. Call and try us.
Janl8«my
to ail parts of the city free of
MATHEWS & CO.
BOOM &
O Stroot,
NKX'l DOOR TO CENTER MARKET,
....D.0ALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions,
VEGETABLES,
New California Hatter, Cliee*e 3.aid,
Oregon Kami and Bacon. Mackerel
Cranberries, In 5 and 10 mill. lugs.
1*1 ekies, In A, H, and 10 gall, krgs, iir.
Fresh California Eggs, constantly on hand,
aplliny
Blind, Sash & Door
PAOrORY.
FOURTH STREET, NEAR C STREET.
Contract's Entered into for
Buildings of all kinds.
GEO. W. AUBE Li Y.
jan-tmy
ECKtiL’S (JAltDEM.
THE subscriber hav
ing taken the above
FAVORITE RESORT,
mm
and tilted it up in an elegant manner, is prepared to
receive his friends at ail tunes, an I pledges himself to
make them as comfortable as possible.
It is a nice cool retreat, and the Saloon is supplied
with the most iikkhksuinu sort of Refreshments.
Come out to the GARDEN occasionally and free
your minds from care ami your throats from dust.
mrlG-my G. I*. HUNT.
California Garden.
JACOB GEI33E, Proprietor,
I HAVE MADE all necessary Improvements in the
above Garden, and am now prepared to furnish
superior accommodations to pleasure-seekers.
In the Garden are four SUMMER
HOUSES, covered with a dense fo
liage of Madeira and other vines,
and shaded by luxuriant trees, all
u are now growing rapidly, and are kejn o
stantly irrigated by a stream of water Rowing through
the premises. It is a pleasant retreat, where one can
enjoy himself cosily during the long days of the coin
ing summer, anti forget for aseasou the cares of busi
ness, and tlie heat and dust of “down town.”
I have always on baud a supply of l’ORTER AND
ALE, of my own manufacture, which cannot be ex
celled.
feblO-mv JACOB GEI5SE.
BOOiC j3iWiAA,NuL
Paper Ruling, /r r g§ k
im
Blank Book Making,*
....AND ...
Stock, Check, Receipt, and other Hooka,
PRINTED, RULED, AND BOUND.
MAltVNVILLL.
'■NllH subscriber is now fully prepared to exeente
M. all kinds of B >ok-Rinding, Rule Paper to
any desired pattern, Manufacture Blank or Account
Books, to print, rule, and bind Stock, Check, Receipt
arid other kinds of B >oks, equal in style, finish, and
durability, to that ofany similar establishment in Cal
ifornia, and at as cheap rates, and udou as favorable
terms.
County oUcers, conductors of Banks, chartered
companies, Ac., throughout the northern portion of
the State, are solicited to give me a call.
Particular attention given to the re-binding of old
Books. Pamphlets, Magazines, Law, Music, aud Mis
ooh.iaoaaiSwijB.
L. W. Xi-NSOM,
myJMir tl'm'U.i 2_f »r the PlMS.
Xiotcl'j and Restaurants.
Western House.
Corner of D and Second streets,
MARYSVILLE.
MTIio uiidcrMigiirri takes pleasure in
saying to the public that he has lately made
some repairs in his 11 .use, with the view of
affording a greater amount of comfort and
convenience to his guests. By unremitting attention,
he hopes to merit a continuance of the liberal patron
age the House at presens enjoys.
Passengers arriving by the Stages or Boats cau be
accommodated at nil hours.
The charges are such as to meet the capacity of ev
ery one.
Hates of Ohargos.
Board per week $$ 00
Board with Lodging per week $10 to $12 00
Single Meals 60 cents.
Lodging, per night 50 cents to $1 uo
myll-my 0. WOOD WARD.
COLUMBIA HOUSE
restaurant,
-AND....
APARTMENTS,
57 amdl 30,
First S met, between O and Virgin Alley.
JOHN !■. ILL INK., no long the proprietor of
the Columbia House, respectfully informs ins old
Iriends and former patrons that he lias opened a Res
taurant in the same building, on First street, a few
doors vast from the corner of C, where he would be
happy to meet all his friends of, oruntr times,and pled
ges nimself to do all in his power to iua .e them com
fortable.
FEESII OYSTERS to be had at all times,
rnj 7my
FRANK'S
Pioneer Resin urn at.
JAT THE OLD STAND,
Corner of Maiden Lane and L'irst street ,
Marysville.
T
*■ KATZKNSTKI.V, I
CHi.ME.VES, J 1 AOPRIBTORS.
1IIE subscribe has purchased the entire interest of
A. V. Point, in tins old establishment and popular
hcidTAURAN'f, The wall earned reputation oi tins
House needs no Muttering comments, and it is the inten
tion oi the propietor to spare no exertion to pieuse his
customers, file 1'AliLH will at all times besuplied with
the best the market affords, together with me assur
ance of kind and attentive waiters.
V It ICES.
Board per week $3 00
tdugle Meals 6u
bodging . . . 5u
MERCHANTS’ HOTEL,
rpilis 0LI) ESTABLISHED HOUSE, is okdek to
A meet the demand upon its increasing business,
has recently been enlarged by the addition of a num
ber of
New and Elegant Family Rooms,
a new Promenade Gallery of Two Hundred Feet in
length, and lias been otnerwise renovated and im
proved, making it one of tne largest and most commo
dious, as it always has been tne most quiet and order
ly Hotels in the country.
Tne Proprietor, in returning thanks to the Mer
chants, Business Men and Citizens of Marysville, and
to a large portion oi the Traveling Public for their
generous patronage, assures them taut no pains nor
expense w ill he spared to make this permanauliy, in
an unit constitute* a iirst class House, the best in the
City.
The Merchants’ Hotel employs no runners. It is
located on
FIRST STREET, NEAR THE NEW BRIDGE.
on the Yuba River, where the Proprietor, (always on
hand,) will attend personally t,> tne wants of ins cus
tomers, and hopes uud expects the same liberal pat
ronage the uas ulwiyrs received troui a discrim
inating pul. III*.
Ofkick and Dining Room up stairs. Baa and Bil
liard cjaloon below. House open at all hours, daj
and night. riOLON PECK,
novifuiy Propetor
Unitei 1 States 1 lotcl!
CORNER C AN!) THIRD STREETS,
JUAlt VSVIELK,
Stokes & Shields Proprietors 1
MT1IK Proprietors would respectfully inform
their irienu* aiid the public that they have re
cently, at great expense, titled up this new
.lotcl in a style unsurpassed by any house in
t<ic v.-v, and are now prepared to accommodate ail
who may desire good iivmg, a well ventiluted room, or
a good bed.
Air. Stokes is well known as «..e former proprietor
of “Charley’s Ucstauraut,” where he was acknowledged
as the best caterer in the city ; his reputation is, tnere
fore, most favorably estabiisued. His old friends are
respectfully invited to call at his new house.
7 E R M S :
Jfioard per Week 00
Board with Lodging 1U 00
tiingie Meals 5u
Lodging 50
jyi4-my W. C. STOKES,
A. Al. SHIELDS.
FASH10M KtN fAliHAMT!
— A N I) -
BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT.
D Street, opposite me Cal. Stage Office.
THIS old popular Rostaii’-
ant is still u.ider the super-
Vision of the undersigned,
and to meet Hie wants ot its
vial tola ...... v.iO public generally, has been T7T., wugu.y
renovated and refurnished during the past week,
nothing having been ielt undone to make it oue of
the best resorts iu the city. By strict attention to the
patrons ul the i?'asniou, wi Ji pleasant and attentive
waiters, tho proprietors will ever strive to merit the
patrouage b« stowed upon it so liberally.
Hoarding per week $7 00
Single meals.... 5o
.Rents from 5 o’clock Rorniug, till 1:3
o’clock, \igiil.
Our friends may rely that the best the markets
affords shall at ill tunes be lioeraily supplied, together
with assurance of an unexceptionable Cook to doit
justice.
jauO-iny LVELL &> BURNS.
JWow ilrraasomont
St. Charles Hotel
Corner o Second and High Streets.
C. L. Flick, Proprietor.*
rpiIIS House has lately been furnished and refitted
JL throughout, and is second to noue In this city.
Tins proprietor has spared no pains or expense in
making tins house a rest/ for the traveling public.
The opposition stages leave mis house lor ail {tarts ol
the country,
PKIREDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES
Board and Lodging per week $1) and $10 00
Board without bodging, per week < 00
tiingle Meals .50
Lodging 50
COLEMAN HOUSE
AT GOLD LAKE.
• • • • I
• • • ■ |
M|i
THIS HOUSE is situated in the most
beautiiul and healthy place m California,
inti the proprietor takes pleasure in iu
orming the public, that it they would
retreat from the boat and dust ol the low
oouuLij,auu s»iek a cool and healthy ]»lace, where
they can hunt, ride, sail on the Lake, or tisn, Gold
Lake is the place to visit. Here there is no sick
ness, no dust. r heat. Come, you that
are well, and keep from being sick. Come, you that
are sick, and get wed Come oue, come all —this is
tiie place to live in the summer. We have plenty ol
Trout, pleuty of Game, and no sickness. Board by
tile week or day the same os In the mountain towns.
N. B.—Sail boats and dining boats, together with
iUhing always In .*ei*l! Tor pities
stopping uPttn Ur’Ufie,i.*ee o: charge. 1
myW T. 0 GOLDMAN. Proprietor.
hotels aiul Restaurants.
What Cheer House
IiESTAURANT.
CORNER 2d STREET & MAIDEN LANE.
K. SCHUYLER A H. SCOTT PROPRIETORS.
Would respectfully announce
they have taken the above
Restaurant, and intend to make ,
it all that a first class Restaurant shoal J be. Hum
their long experience in the business the proprietors
are confident that they can meet the wants of their
patrons. The tables will be constantly supplied with
the choicest edibles in the market, all served up in the
best 9tyle.
PR I CES:
Hoard per week $s oO
Single Meals 50
L >dging, per night 50
jvlSmy SCHUYLER A SCOTT.
CLUB HOUSE
NEW ARRANGEMENT.
ON and after MONDAY, «
,June2Sth, no boarders will (Jl
be taken by the week,
All meals furnished to or
der by the plate.
The House will he w«lt supplied with the best that
night Srk<!t aflur< *’ at a11 * ,our, hunng the day and
Oysters In every style, „t ao«. per plait.
Tlio Bar
Is -Stocked with the best of Liquors and Cigars.
S® r ” Oysters by the basket or hundred at wholesale
pr.ces.
Hot I.nnch served every <lny at II 1-3 A.M
Tile above arrangements will be under the super
vision of
jeZS A. M. HEPBURN'.
ll.U'N HOUSE,
CORNER D <£• THIRD STREETS.
ItlAIlYSVcIjLLK.
M THE undersigned beg leave to inform the
public that they have recently taken this
splendid House, and refitted and relurnished
the same in a superior manner, having put
U|i l>AR8 in all the bed chambers. Their
table is under the charge of an excellent caterer —an
old hotel proprietor—and w 11 be kept in such a man
ner us to combine the Hotel and Restaurant styles.—
By unremitting attention and personal supervision,
they hope to merit a liberal share of patronage.
Hplendid airy rooms reserved for the use of fami
lies and travelers.
Lkk Met lows, l McGOWN A LOWERY.
Jons Lowery, f je9-iny
Union Hostniirant.
M A It YS VI L L E.
THE undersigned beg leave
to inform their friends and the
public, that they have opened
elegant Restaurant, on the
Cornet*of First street and Virgin Alley,
for the reception of visitors. The BAR will be stock
ed with the choicest brands of Liquors, and all the old
frequenters of this popular Restaurant are invited to
give the present proprietors a rail.
The greatest variety of Pus try am! Cakes. Every
thing is served up in the best style, even to suit the
most fastidious tusee. The waiters are polite and
oollging.
i"> I'l- ny EM \NUEL ALVAREZ k CO.
Philadelphia House,
iNKW FiUE-l'UOOF IJ1U0K Ill'll.DING)
Corner of Second and C Streets,
MARYSVILLE.
M'KiMJIO.VS .V II I I S, Proprietor.
t'ooil Accommodations for Families.
Stages leave tills house daily tor all parts of tile
mines.
H 'aril per week, ♦(!. Hoard with Lodging,
Mingle meals, Sue. Lodging, per night, hoc.
my liny
What Cheer House,
I'. LUCAS, Proprietor.
fHlllE ABOVE HOUSE would respectfully inform
Ji. his friends uml thspublic that it has been fitted
up in asuperior style for the accommodation of all
who may wish a quiet and coinlortahlo place to sleep.
The Restaurant has been taken by Messrs. DUME3-
N1LLK & LEFKURK. who arc prepared to furnish
meals at all hours in a manner not to be surpassed
by any Restaurant in the city. myttvtny
MRS. POSTON’S
SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES.
E STREET, AI10VE SEVENTH,
Marysville.
-40*
HE 2d scholastic year of this Institution will com
It uience on Monday, August Oth, 1858:
TERMS PER MONTH OF FOUR WEE&3.
Higher English Branches, $S 00
Primary, (> (Ml
Languages, French, Spanish, Italian, Latin,each ft Oo
Music—Piano and Guitar 10 00
Drawing and Painting, in Water Colors ft 00
“ “ “ “ Oil Colors lo 00
Board and Washing 88 0»)
“ without washing 2$ 00
N. B.—Board and tuition payable every four weeks
in advance. jy27my
Fresh Patent Medicines,
J UST UliCKIVliD direct from the Manufac
turers, and sold to the Trade in original packages
at small profit. 8. T. WATTfiJ, Druggist,
jy27 No. Ou First street.
fUST 1KECE1I A1D PER EXPRESS FROM
iJ NEW YORK—
50 os. Strychnine, in Crystal.
25 lbs. Iodide Potash.
25 doz. Assorted Hair Brushes.
1*2 do liuliu Rubber Combs.
24 do do Hair Pins.
50 do Court Plaster, Black and White.
24 do Assorted French Pomades, extra tine.
24 do Wells'Plasters.
50 do Assorted Tooth Brushes.
Which, togeb er with a lull assortment of DRUGS,
MEDICINES, PAINT--, OILS, ate., arc olTered at pri
ecsl lower than by any other house in this city, by
IUCE A COFFIN,
myeblS- D at., opposite Wells, Purg« A Co.’s.
Into U.lv
ICEIICE !
J. T. DICKEY & CO.,
IPIONEEll
ICE 13 13 A Xi E n a ,
OF MARYSVILLE.
WE would respectfully inform our old friends and
the public in general, that we have now comple
ted our arrangements | 0 r a
CONTINUAL SUPPLY OF ICE.
From our Uepol Itt Grata Valley.
The public may rest assured of a constant supply at
all times.
Depot in Marysville—Second street, corner of C.
myflmv
JUST It E< El vim, PER CLIPPER SHIP
AN Dot IV JACKSON—
40 cases pure Olive Oil,
50 do Day Rum;
75 do , Sands' Sarsaparilla:
50 do Townsend's 40;
100 ozs. Snip. Quinine;
75lbs. Iodide Potassium,
S. T, WATTS,
No. 92,2d door from southeast cor. D and Ist'sts .
my.'7 Marysville.
Vaccine Matter,
JUST RECEIVED by Express from New York, a
lull supply
lrom healthy si
of fresh Vaccine Matter, warranted
ubjecti. For sale; by a
KICK & COFFIN,
8-my D st., opposite tv'eilb, Fargo Oo.’e.
JJfll t»xU2HilLgUv<*r'‘+—‘ powSnuH. Jfoz't&eby
uwb * ooivS
professional.
EUGEN HERZER, M. D.
Physician, SurgconA Accoucheur
Seiffsctyei* % zi f
Office,Tremont Block, No. 108 Second street.
Residence 120 K. and High streets, between Fourth
and 6th, Marysville. Jyl4ray
DR. X. LINK,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur,
ftetfiscfyelr
Has removed his office to Scholl’s Building, No. 70
l) street, over German Drug Store, Marysville,
jrlOiny
\V. P. THOMPSON,
DENTIST
i office on D street, nearly opposite the Post
Office, Marysville.
I AM gratified to say, that with my
late improvements in the form of at
hiuospheric plates and casting appara*
"tus, I am enabled to make & perfect fit
in all cases, no matter how bad the mouth may be.
Cheoplastic plates, with my own Improvements, In
serted at half the cost of gold.
¥r7~ Teeth plugged so that they will stay plugged,
Without killing the m-rvea. myltftny
Un. YAvac\zo HUBBARD, i Dr. H. W. TEED,
k Late of San Krnuo»«o f Of Marysville
Eye, Ear, and
SURGICAL INFIRMARY f
DKS. III I1B AHD Jc TEED have estab
lished at Maryst Ute, Yuba county, an INFIRMA
KV for the treatment of SURGICAL and other D18
CASKS; especially of the EVE, EAR, HEART, and
LUNGS, as well as RHEUMATISM and CONGENITAL
DEFORMITIES, thus alTording patients opportunities
for a speedy cure, equal to any that can he obtained
in San Francisco, at much less expense.
Application must be made at their office, on D street,
between Second and Third, over Presbury A Wilkins’
Drug Store. ap8—tf
J. W. WINTER,
fijjjjfr DENTIST,
Office on D st. opposite Haun House, i
MARYSVILLE.*
fllEETII INSERTED ATMOSPHERICALLY ON
A platiua base, with continuous gutn. Cheoplas
tic work done at hnlf prices. Nerves in Teeth entirely
destroyed, and filled with annealed gold, In euch a
manner that they will stay filled. Irregularities of
children’s Teeth attended to. Charges as low as those
of other good Dentists.
N. B. Persons who are unable to pay full profession
al fees will call from o to 10 A.M.
!3F”ALL OPERATIONS WARRANTED. ,9Ffl
J. W. W. has practised Dentistry in this city eight
ye»r«. apl8my
WM. B. LATHAM Jr.,
Notary Public & Conveyancer
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
SEARCHER OF RECORDS,]
AND
Commissioner of Deeds.
Di CDS, Mortgages, Leases, Agreements, Ac
drawn correctly. Depositions and Acknowledg
ments taken. NOTES and B1LI.S protested and col
lected. Attention given to the payment of taxes.
If’ Persons having served In any of the INDIAN
WA Its in California, Oregon,Ac.,or in any wars of the
United States and entitled to
BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS,
can procure the same hy applying to
, „ W. B LATHAM, Jr.
Office— D Street, between 1st and 2d, Marysville.
feb2
FOR SALE,
-BY-
E. FRENCH & CO.
fhrater Building, D street.
CAMPHENE,
burning fluid,
ALCOHOL,
Winter Polar Oil,
Sutrmer Polar Oil,
Anti-Gum Oil,
Neat’s Foot Oil,
B. and R Linseed 01!.
WHITE LEAD AND TURPENTINE.
All of the above warranted best quality, and offered
at lowest market price. je28-my
Sperm Oil,
Lard Oil.
Tanners* Oil,
China Oil,
Olive Oil,
EXCELSIOR
Livery, Exchange and Slock
STABLE!
STOCK MARKET.
o. II. PE1RSON AUCTIONEER
THE undersigned takes great pleas
(fei ure m in^oimin K the traveling publio
Hi \g and his old patrons that his new brick
Stable is now open for business, loca
ted on Third street, between the H&un
House and the City Hall, Marysville, where he will
endeavor to accommodate all that wish HORSES,
CARRIAGES, BITC,IKS, SADDLE 1IOK8KS, and ev
erything in the line of a first-class Livery Stable.
Horses received to board by the day,week,or month,
and attended to by experienced groomsmen.
Horses, MMles, Wagons, Ac., bought and sold, snd
Stock Auction daily. Stock always on hand for sale.
my7iny O. If. PE1RS0N, Sole Proprietor.
Guns, Rifles & Pistols.
11. L,. NOE,
ON SF.COM) ST It RET, between D Ftreet and
Maiden I.aiic, ha. on band an assort mem of Supe
rior DOUBLE GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, ACCOU
TKEMKNT9, Ac. GAIN TWIST RIKLKS, with pa
ti nt Muzzles, Slug Moulds, Globe and Telescope Slghta,
and all other Improvement,, made to order and war
ranted.
JoltUINGofall kimDdonewithNeatnesB, Cheap
ness. Durability and Dispatch.
TRUNK and DUOU LOCKS Repaired and Keys
Fitted. Prices low. d«c81-my
$1,000 Reward!
Stolen photo thesi bscriber
within the past ninety da.\s, about two hundred
head of Cattle, consisting of Cows, Yearlings, Heifers,
ami Steers—branded with pi dn letter W on the left
hip, swallow-foi k in the left ear, and under «rop in the
right. The above reward will be paid for the recove
ry, or information that will lead to the rec-very of
the same, or any portion thereof pro ratio, and Two
Hundred Dollars in addition for the capture and con
viction of the parties concerned in the stealing of the
same.
je80-lm* LINPLEY WILLIAMSON.
1C. DUPRE,
Real Estate Agent,
Conveyancer & Searcher of Records.
Notary Pulalio,
And Commissioner of Deeds,4c.
. FOR ALL THE STATES.
J3f7* Office—First street, next to the Banking House
of Messrs. Brumagim A Co.
IMPEKIAL
Fire Insurance Com’py
Capital—$0,000,000
Instituted in London in 1803.
E. DUPRE, Agcpt
>ECEI
X Peai
VED EX BLACK WARBJOR—
Pear] Barley, TepioeA,
Ejtg. Celomel, SCnk- Blue Him,
ipt.»sa. Nitras. Ofciarofhro,.
Shuars’ Ua.-of,
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