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Additional Atlantic New*. Trial of Branch for Libel on the Mayor of New York and Governors Draper and Bell.— The trial of .Stephen II. Branch, ed itor of the Aliyator , and a notorious libeler of private character, was committed in the Court of General Sessions, New York, on the 3d of August. Branch charged Mr. Tie rnann, the Mayor, and Messrs. Draper and Bell, Governors of the Almshouse, with at tempting the virtue of a lady, the Matron of that institution. The plaintiffs underwent a long examination,and positively denied ever having attempted to take liberties with the lnd_y in question. '1 he defence examined John Waters, who testified that he was sent by the matron to Mayor Tiemann, to obtain a situation, and thatTiemann promised to obtain him one for the matron’s sake, but enjoined on him not to tell that the matron sent him, but to say that it was some one else. Mayor Tiemann was again placed on the stand, and pronounced the statement to be wholly false. Next day (August 4.) this case was closed on both sides, the Judge charged the Jury, and after an absence of three quarters of an hour, they returned with a verdict of guilty. The Recorder sentenced him to one year's imprisonment in the penitentiary,and ordered him to pay a fine of #2o0. He made a ram bling speech before sentence was passed. White wom-s Stolen. —The following let ter appears in the Stockton Aryus, of the 23th ult: Editor Argus: —There arc nt present u number of Indians encamped on the San Joa quin river, Slocum’s Ferry. They claim to be Payutes, and say they have come here to spend the winter in hunting and ’fishing ; nf ter which time, they expect to return to Carson Valley, from whence they came. They are honest and friendly toward Americans, but seem to be hostile toward the Mormons. Their chief, (Wongmawker,) re sides in Carson Vnlley and has an American woman for his wife, whom lie purchased of the Camanche Indians when she was a small girl. From what I could learn of this un fortunate woman’s lnstory.it is briefly as fol lows:—About the year 1814, there was a small company of emigrants, numbering about ten wagons, left the frontiers of Mis souri for Oregon Territory. The Camanche Indians watched these unfortunate emigrants with a murderous design, from the time they left their protected and peaceful homes. One beautiful night these emigrants hud camped near the foot of a range of mouu tains, and turned ther cattle out to graze.— Little did they dream of trouble, or that dan fer was near at hand; but it was even so.— he Camanchessurrounded them on all sides, so that, there was no chance whatever for their escape. The conflict was soon decided. The men, (numbering about 2o,) were all brutally murdered and scalped, together with several of the women. The remainder were made captives and carried off to other tribes and bartered for horses, provisions, Ac.— Wongmawker purchased his wife for two horses and a couple of deer skins. The oth er captives, (two women and three girls,) were sold to a tribe of Indians which inhab it that portion of country’ where the Colora do river has its source. Jno. M. Thou. Brother Kalloch in Town. —Brother Kill loch, the exemplary | readier nnd temper ance lecturer, who, 3-011 will remember, n year ago last January, went over to East Cambridge to lecture before a lyceuni, and who took another man’s wife along with him, stopping at a public house before and after the lecture, simply to rest and warm himself with a whiskey-sling—the same gentleman who was tried for adultery- with his lady friend on the occasion refeired to, nnd who was not convicted by reason of a disagree ment of the jury—the same individual who subsequently abandoned the clergical pro fession, and entered the legal, settling himself in Kansas—this worthy, to the surprise of all well-regulated slow-couchcs, has again turned up in Boston, and actually accepted a call from his old parish of the Tremont Temple (Captist) Church, and will enter upon his pastoral duties on the 1st September! A queer world, this! Vital piety so languished at the Te pie, since his voluntary exile, that only his re-acceptuncc would suffice to overthrow the devil! The Mines about Town. —So far ns we can learn, all the companies who nrc washing nre doing ns well as ever, the lowest sum taken out by nny- one company regularly at work, to the best ot our information, being six hun dred dollars. Several of the companies are busily running their tunnels, nnd cannot wash advantageously until they nre through. Others are employed improving their water apparatus, of which we shall speak at length hereafter. The Ohio Tunnel Co. have run a shaft up from their tunnel into their cut, a distance of 115 feet, and are now about ready- for wush ing. Their tunnel was commenced about two years ago last May, and is 535 feet long through hard rock, and about 160 feet be neath surface of the c’aini. Tins arduous work has been executed entirely by members of the company. They own a large amount of ground which is supposed to be rich. The Middle \ uba Canal is now running in the neighborhood of 1.300 inches of water daily, every inch of which is engaged. The supply of water is of course beginning to lessen ns the season ndvuncos. —Hydraulic Prett, North San Juan. CST" We find tne subjoined items in the Nevada Democrat: The Affray at Montezuma. —We learn that Miles Melone, who was so severely in jured at Montezuma Hill, on Sunday evening, August 21st, is likely to die of his wounds. Chris. Monroe was urrested on Mond ay, and taken to San Juan, where he was to have his examination yesterday. It is siipp sed that Monroe was the one who struck Melone over the head with a club, but ns the tight oc curred in the night, and no one witnessed it except the participants, it is doubtful wheth er the real facts can be established with any degree of certainty. . Accident. —Mr. David Ebau was seriously injured, last Thursday, whilo at work in the drift of the Dead wood quartz lead, by the caving of a large quantity of earth upon him. e was con-iderably bruised and sprained, n for some days was confined to his bed, ut is now in a fair way of recovery. Mr. inomas Turner, who was at work with Mr. Ebau, was slightly hurt. The Crescent City Mines, —The”Crescent City Herald of 25th August says : The returning miners from Fraser river are pouring in to the rich diggings at the back of Crescent City, and particularly on to Althouse creek. This stream, ns always be fore, is paying every man on it, without ex ception, good wages. We are informed by gentlemen lately down from there that the average amount taken out, counting without exception all who are at work, is over $5 per day to the man. There are many claims paying very richly. Several chunks have been taken out, some of forty-four, of thirty, of twenty five ounces, and many of ten or twelve. A man having one of the rich hill claims of that creek, in connection with two others, was taken with the fever and went to Fraser, but foitunately for himself did not sell out his interest, for in the period of five weeks that he was gone, the claim yielded $8,450, his wife receiving $2,800 for his share. Many of the claims are paying from $12 to $20 a day per hand. The tunnelling opera tions are constantly going on, and new places in the hills being prospected every day, all of which promise very richly. These cluims are best worked during the wet season. Wages arc $5 per day for hands engaged in tunnelling, and $4 for those working in the •••k. The present number on the stream is about three hundred whites, besides a nmn 'PK- °* Chinamen, at least two huudred. I his m one of the streams that was said to have been worked out in 1854, but wliioh has Increased in richness ever since. Ascent of the Butte. The determination having been formed by part of the Yreka Brass Band, and several other persons, to attempt the ascent of Mt. Shasta with the brass instruments of the Band, the company left Yreka for that pur pose on Thursday morning last, Aug. 19th. The company numbered twelve men, viz: Prof. John Murray, leader of the Band, I. 6. Murray, W . I. Mayfield, John Garner, A. J. Starling, Louis Detnrre, of the Brass Band ; accompanied by J. W. A. Neal, Kobert Nix on, O. II. Purdy, James Hayes, Jesse Robin son, and G Collins. We fit.ed ourselves out with provisions and blankets for the camp at the foot of the snow, and left the city at day light. The morning was mild nnd clear, and the ride along the level road through Shasta volley was the antipodes of the difficult feat which was to be accomplished on the mor row. Some favorite air was played as a friendly greeting to each and every house we passed on the way, reaching the head of the Valley by noon. After resting half an hour we drove on s'owly over the ridge to the waters of the Sacramento, arriving at Sullo way’s at 21 o’clock. Here we were welcomed and hospitably entertained by the generous and enterprising proprietor of the Sacra mento stage line, Mr. Win. Sullo way.—Two miles further we reached the ranch of Mrs. Clark, in Strawberry Valley, where we left our wagon, nnd received kind nnd courteous treatment in the way of directions and being fitted for the mountain. Leaving Strawberry Valley at 3J o’clock, we followed a dim trail through a pine forest about three miles, and tlun began the ascent of tiie great timbered bench on the south side of the mountain. After climbing for nil hour and a Imlf, we found that we had greatly underrated the height of this bench. Being heated and feverish by our ride of forty miles, the violent exertion created a burning thirst, and not a drop of water was to be ob tained below the line of perpetual snow, fur above us. Tier after tier of tall pines disap peured below us, us we continued to climb through the hot sun. our thirst becoming more intense at every step. After reaching the summit of this bench, it taxed our re inaining strength to the utmost limit to walk live miles over a rolling country where we found water and made our camp. We had travelled over fifty miles, and ufter a hasty meal sought our blankets completely ex huusted. On Friday morning our camp kettle was full of boiling coffee before d.iy, and we were ready for the ascent by 5 o’clock. After dinn ing for an hour we were fairly among the banks of perpetual snow, and could np predate the difficulty of the task before us. All the lengthy and glowing descriptions that have been written, and all that remain to be written, have not nor can do justice to the sublimity, the awful grandeur of the scenery which here begins to open to view above, below, and on every side. As we continued the ascent the sun cast his majestic heat through a dear sky upon our pathway, in vain endeavor to melt loose the chains of perpetual winter. The breath of the winter king was softened, however, and myriads of torrents were set in motion from the melting snow, which went leaping and murmuring throngh the rock under our feet down t*’e mountain side, hid from view under the snow. Ever and anon to our left rocks of various sizes, loosened by the bent of the sun from some cliff above, would go doshing bv with lightning speed, making huge leaps into the air, and continuing their head long de scent until torn into fragments or lost to the sight far below. Our company of twelve reached the Red Bluff, or upper bench of the mountain, in four hours from camp, and after resting Imlf an hour, started over those re rial bights for the summit, which we reached at 1 o'clock. The instruments being finally carried by their wearied owners to the top of the highest peak, the inspiring notes of “ Hail Columbia" were soon floating on the upper air, 16,70(1 feet above the level of the sea, which were followed in rapid succession by those of the “Star Spangled Banne-,” “ Washington’s March,” and “ Yankee Doodle.” The sounds were low, but clear und distinct. As the last strains of that musical festival above the clouds died away, three cheers were given for Ishasta Butte, und three times three for the United States. The heavy smoke and clouds below us were so thick that we lmd but a limited view of ihe surround ng country. Hut we had added an item to history—accomplished what hud never before been attempted, and prob ably never will be again, and were satisfied. Our national airs, which whenever heard awaken emotions of patriotic pride in every heart throughout the broadest, and happiest, and greatest domain on earth, were played by a full band on the summit of the highest mountain under the wide spread dominion of the stars and stripes. We made the descent to can p without ac cident, and all reached Mrs. Clark's Ranch in Strawberry Valley for breakfast next morn ing by 9 o’clock, and Yreka by dark the same evening, making the trip from this city to the summit and back in three days, which we believe is the quickest trip on record by a day and u-lialf.— Siskiyou Chronicle. It would seem from the above that they ascended to the top of Mt. Shasta, but we arc satisfied they never reached the top of that huge perpendicular shaft of ice, which lias the mountain for its pedestal. The Colorado Expedition - . —It is stated in the Eastern papers that a portion of the ex pedition under Lieutenant Ives arrived at Lawrence, Kansas Territory, July 21st, from California: The officer report that they ascended the Colorado, in their iron steamer, for a distance of some five hundred miles above the mouth of the stream, and left the river at a point three hundred and fifty miles above Fort Y lima, being then within one day's ride of the lower Mormon settlements. The re mainder of the exploration was conducted on land. The upper ccuntry is described us sin gular and interesting, abounding in deep canons, overhung by deep mountain cliffs — High table lands are met with still further up. Water and timber were scarce in the upper country, and the reports from that re gion indicate the presence of but slim facili ties for profitable cultivation. Supplies hav ing fallen short, the detachment was forced to come through to Fort Defiance, instead of returning to the steamer, ns originally in tended. The Fort was reached on the 22d of May, and the expedition went thence to Albuquerque and Santa Fe. The route from Santa Fe was that followed by Lieutenant lieule, which they considered fur the best.— No trouble whatever was experienced from the Indians. The report of the officers of the expedition is said to be very full, and particularly interesting, comprising a com plete view of the topography and resources of the country. Another expedition is soon to start in the same direction, for the purpose of building roads and constructing bridges between Fort Smith and Albuquerque, in New Mexico, thence westward to the Colors do river. The expedition will be under the command of Lieut. Beale. It will start in two divisions from Albuquerque—one going eastward and the other westwurd. A $100,000 Lottery Prize Drawn by San Franciscans. —The last steamer, says the Bul letin brought news of the drawing of one of the great lotteries in Havana, Cuba. The highest prize, $100,000, wus drawn by ticket No. 3228, held by Mr. Henry Mnils of this city. Chief C erk in tlm Recorder’s office. Mr. Mails, only a day or two before the ar rival of the steamer, disposed of five-oighths of his interest in the ticket, and therefore he himself holds only three-eighths, or equnl to $37,500. The holders of the remaining five eighths are all poor people, and laborers, either German or French. Some of them are about crazy at their good fortune. The money is at Havana ready for the lucky holders, and it is presumed that the shares here can be sold at a reasonable discount. Hleh Strike. Yreka, Ang. 80—8 r. u. New and extensive diggings have lately been struck on Soda Creek, a tributary of the Sacramento, six miles below Soda Springs, near the Sacramento Stage Road, between Yreka and Shasta. Three men took out in three days—Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of last week, four hundred dollars. In this city, at the upper end of Miner street, Snwtel on Friday last took out of his claim four hundred dollars ; and on Saturday live hundred. Bradshaw, in bis claim adjoining Sawtel's. with one man drifting, took out on Friday last eight ounces, and we understand did equuliy us well on Saturday. Educational Celebrities. —This is the season of educational celebrations, and for the last fortnight our colleges, schools, nnd institutes have been presenting their state liest nnd attractive sides to the public. Old “Harvard,” at Cambridge, did her prettiest before the Governor and other dignitaries. President Walker concluded he would not resign, ns I wrote you in my last it was pro pable he would do. At “Dartmouth,’ Oli ver Wendul Homes, the poet, was substituted for Rufus Choate, as orator, by reason of the latter’s iudisposttion, now very oft-recurring. His production was eminently' satisfactory. At* Yale,” Win. Allen Butler, of New York, the celebrated author of “Nothing to Wear,” elaborated a new poem of greater length, but equally good in line points, sharp thrusts and pertinent allusion, entitled “Two Mil lions,” by which title he traced the career of "Firkin,” a wealthy New Yorker, of vulgar origin, to the delight of a crowded auditory. Andover Theological Seminary will turn out a fresh batch of young theologicians to day; ind other similar institutions, all around us, have already done, or will very soon do, the same act of denominational good-will.—Bos ton dor. of Alta, Ang, ith. To Builders and Contractors. San Bruno Turnpike Hoad Co. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by the un dersigned, until MONDAY, the 6th of September next, for the making of a New Road, about 11 miles in length, including the bridges, culverts, Ac., to com meiic«* near the Mission Creek,and to end on the connty Road, near tiie Buchanan House, according to the sur veys and profile at the office of the Engineer, A. GAR BI, No. 125 California street, who will be at Ins office on tiie 1st and ‘2nd of September, to furnish the neces sary explanations, anti on the 8 1 and 4tli of the same month to go over the road to show the same. Security will be required for the faithful perform ance of the contract, the company reserving to them selves the right to reject all bids. For form of bid and further particulars, application to be made to tne undersigned, at the Engineer’s office, San Francisco. aug81-2w A. J. EASTON, Pres’t. 8. B. T. R. LAGER BEERM.AGER BEER! SMITH &. C O AGENTS FOR THE Philadelphia Brewery, SAN FRANCISCO, A XI) BOTTLERS OF Tennent’s Ale and Porter, —AND— New Oregon Cider, No.91 Cstreet, between Third and Fourth, MARYSVILLE. A superior article of LAGER BEER, for family use, in bulk. STONE JUGS kept constantly on hand. Country dealers supplied upon the most liberal terms. IBtH-ntJf CAUTION I TO THE TRADE AND PUBLIC. IX haying come to our knowledge that certain un principled parties have been counterfeiting BOKER'S Celebrated Stomach Bitters, And forcing on the public a spurious article, much to the injury of the high reputation in which these CEL EBRATED BITTERS have always been justly held by the public, which is the best guarantee of iheir good qualities as a medicine or a beverage. WE THEREFORE CAUTION ail persons from coun terfeiting either the Bitter* Ol Labels, which is felony, and that we are strictly enjoined and empowered by Messrs. John G. and J. Boker to prosecute, to the full est extent o the law, all or any such persons who counterfeit nr advertise themselves as agents for BO RERS’ STOMACH BITTERS, as we are the only and side agents for California and the Pacific coast, and all oilier persons adveitising or styling themselves as agents have no such authority, and arc to be treated as counterfeiters. For sale, in quantities to suit purchasers, by TH08. LAMBERT k CO , 60 California street, sun Francisco, Sole Agent f«»r John G. and J. linkers’ aug2l-1m2p Celebrated Stomach Bitter*. WM, MINSTER & CO., BOOT dl M AN U FACT l J R ERS, Corner D and Third Sts., In the rear of the Nicaragua Saloon. Manufacturing and Repairing neatly and promptly executed. We employ none but the very best of workmen, and can warrant our work to be as good as any In the country. jy‘24my WM. MINSTER k CO. BUTCHERING. WM. A. CAMPBELL&CO. BRICK BUILDING, No. 82 N. W. corner D and Third streets. st et OWING to their superior facilities for purchasing st-.ck on favorable terms, they are prepared to urnisli Hotels and Restaurants with Bucf, Pork, Mut ton, and Veal at sixteen cents per pound. Families supplied at reduced prices. None but the best and fattest animals slaughtered and sold at this estab lish. nent. Fat Turkeys and Chickens, Fresh Butter, Eggs, and Vegetables always on hand at reduced prices. aug20-lni BILLIARD TABLE MAUFACTORY, First st., between Malden Lane and C st. A LWAYS on hand, a largo assortment of BIL* /m. LIARD TABLES of nil sites, manufactured of Rosewood, Mahogany, Black Walnut,and Satin Wood, with Slate, Marble, or Wood Beds. Constantly on hand, and for sale at the lowest pri ces, Piain and Fancy CUES, CUE LEATHER and CUE'VAX IVORY BILLIARD BALLS, of all sites : BAGATELLE BALLS; BILLIARD CLOTH ; FRIN GES; CORDS; POCKETS; POOL BOARDS, complete; BILLIARD CHALK, by the gross or Uoten ; and PAT ENT SCREW LEGS and JACKETS. Orders from the interior promptly attended to. Repairing of Tables and utensils done in the neatest We have on hand INDIA RUBBER BILLIARD CUSHIONS, interior to none. . augl'J-iny SCHWAB A REHM. UNITED STATES dik UffllUR. >^4 JD Street, Opposite Well*, Fargo & Co.’*, Open at all Hours, Day or Night. [3T Meals Furnished to Order. JKI Oysters, Spring Chickens, Ac., ALWAYS ON HAND. The But of LIQUORS AND WINES are constantly dispensed at this IlouseJ je2 6-ray U. PINK, Proprietor. £u*rial Ifotirez. To Dragghit, Physicians and Traders. The undersigned, Importers and Wholesale Drug gists, keep constantly on hand the largest and most extensive assortment of Goods, in their line, to be found In California, which they offer to the trade at the very lowest market prices. They are also Sole Agents, for the Northern District of California, for the following Patent Medicines: Sand'* Sarsaparilla , Ayers' Cherry Pectoral , Ouysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla , Ayers' Cathartic Pills , Perry Davis' Pain Killer , Qraeffenburg Co.'s Family Medicine *, Wood's Olive Pectoral , Dr. O id dings' Family Medicines , Lauran's Solidified Cod Liver Oil , Wilbor's Cod Liver Oil and Lime, Roman Eye Balsam , Chilian Ague Pills, Ac. All articles purchased from them guaranteed of the best quality; and purchases for distant points care fully packed, and promptly forwarded. KICK, COFFIN k CO., aug*21-tf 27 and 29 D street, Marysville. Dyspepsia Cured. Dr. Guo. B. Grkkx —Dear Sir : In reply to your question in regard to the action of the Oxygenated Bitters , I feel much pleased in stating that trom its prompt and decisive effect in alleviating and over coming a severe and chronic case of Indigestion and Dyspepsia In my own family, and from a knowledge of its wonderful resulfs in curing several attacks quite as severe in other lannlies of my acquaintance. I consider it a sovereign and infallible remedy in that distressing complaint, and would cordially and ear nestly recommend it to all wJio may be thus afflicted. Respectfully your, ISAAC D \NFORTH, 17 South Market Street. The above certificate is from a well known and highly respectable Merchant of Boston, and is entitled to the fullest confidence. Seth W. Fowle k Co., 188 Washington street, Boston, Proprietors. Sold by their agents everywhere. Sold by Henry Johnson k Co., Wholesale Druggists. 146 Washington street, San Francisco, sole agents for the Pacfic coast. Dr. II. D. Kelly, Druggist, agent for Marysville. augx4-lm To Druggists, Physicians and Trader*. The subscriber respectfully iuvites the attention of Druggists and Country Dealers tv his large and well selected stock of Davus, Medicines, Ac., which he is prepared to supply at the lowest market prices. My long experience in the business affords a guar antee that all orders entrusted to me wiil 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, Je5tf First street, Marysville. Syrup of Yellow Dock, Sarsaparilla, uiid Iodide of Potash. I would inform my patrons and friends that I can guarantee my “Concentrated Syrup 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 dox. bot tles each, and supplied upon the most favorable terms. Ample directions aoco tiparty each bottle. Apply to 8. T. WATTS, Wholesale Druggist, je&tf First street, Marysville. Dr. li. J. Ozapkay.—We would direct the es pecial attention of invalids to a perusal of Dr. L. J. Csapkay’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 iutlicted on the huuiau family from the pernicious and ignorant practices of empir ics,that it seems as if wc were fulfilling a bouuden du ty 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. Csapkay as a man ol rar« scientific and medical acquirements, possessing ail tiie requisites, from long experience and acknowl edged said,tor tne successful practice of his proles sion. Having made sexual complaints an especial study, like the celebrated Kicord, of Paris, he is ena bled to guarantee a permanent and speedy cure in all cases of private or chrouic disease, whether the ef fects of contagion, self-abuse, or loss of virility ; and in order that patients at a distance may avail them selves of his advice, free consultation by letter is open to them. The knowledge that we nave of the numer ous cures he has effected, some ol which were of long standing, leans us to place much faitii in Dr. C.’s effi cacy, and commend him to the confidence of those in ill health. Dr. Czapkay's office is in 8acrainento st., below Montgomery, nearly opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.’s office, San Francisco. jy*4S-8m Yuba Lodge, No. 3,1. O. of O. K. Regular meeting every Tuesday evening, at 8 o'- clock. E. A. KUSEL, X. O. Wit. K. Hudsos, Recording 8ec*y. Marysville Library Association.— The Library will be opened every Friday evening, from 8 to 10, for the use of members. The citizens of Marys ville, aro respectfully invited to inspect the collection of Books on the evenings above named. The dues and fees areas follows : Life Membership, $100,00; Share holders, $25 00; dues $1 per month; Membership, $5; dues $1 per month. By order of the Trustees. A.G. COFFIN, President. Marysville. March 18th, 1868. HATS! HATS! AT DALEYS UBU HAT UIIUtMT, 37 33 ■troot, CAW he found the most complete arsortment of HATS, of my own manufacture, that can be found In the State. Consisting of GENUINE PERUVIAN IIATS BEAVER OTTER SEAL CASSEMERE DRESS “ LADIES’ RIDING CHILDREN’S HATSand CAPS, And a splendid assortment of FRENCH HAT8. aug*2o-lin JAS. L. DALEY. -v Just Beceived ....AT..*. K. MEUSSDORFFER'S HAT MANUFACTORY, 88 33 street, A «p!en<tid aa»ortmcnt of French Bolt HATS, entirely new style!, .shade, color and quality. We have also on hand a large 1 assortment of OTTER, SEAL and BEAVER HATS, genuine PERUVIAN, Ladles' Riding and Chrildren’s HATS and CAPS in great variety. Alan, a good assortment of PANAMA, LEGHORN and STRAW HATS, cct., etc., which will b« sold at very low prioes at K. MEUSSDORFFER'S Hat Manufactory, 88 D street. P. 8.—nata of all kinds made to order at the ahort est notice. All kinds of hats renovated in the best style. auglT-my. Union Fruit Store. FITIIR UNDERSIGNED having purchased of Mr. ■ Martin Clay, his interest In the above establish ment, situated on D Street, between Seoond and Third, Will hereafter oonduot the same, and will always be supplied with every variety of GREEN & DRIED FRUITS, Together with a large and wall selected stock of Oon f.otlonsry. His articles are all good, and be sells them cheap. 0*11 and see for yourself. F. OLAY, jy$l-tf Successor to M Clay £acrarafnto JUufrtizfmfnte. Sacramento Drugs. <‘c>, DRUGGIST / 3?J.STRlt'‘ SACRAMENTO impoutbrs —AND— WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 139 J Street, Sacramento, Il&ve just received and keep constantly on hand a full assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Paints A Oils, Alcohol, Camphcne, Trusses, Shoul ter Braces, Lamp 0||. Lard Oil, Dental Instruments, Brewer's Material, Soda Material, Surgical do. Teeth and Foil, Ac., Ac., Ac. All of which we offer at as low rates, If not lower, than any house in California. it. ii. McDonald a co., myl2-my Sacramento City. Premium Marble Works. I>. J. rJEVUSTE Sc BEO., K Street, Corner Sixth, Sacramento, Cal. Marble mantels and orates, monc ments, Toinh and Grave Stones, Table and Coun* ter Tops, Tile, Granite and Freestone Sills and Lin* teis, Ac., Ac., constantly on hand and made to order on reasonable terms. All kinds of Ornamental Work done with dispatch. jy22*6m ifliscfUanfous. Copartnership. THE undersigned entered Into a Copartnership on the 2d day of this month for the transaction of a GENERAL GROCERY, PROVISION and LIQUOR BUSINESS, under the tirm and name of 8. L. DEWEY A CO. The business will be conducted at the old stand of B. B. Dewey A Co., Plaza, third door from High street. tt. L. DEWEY A CO. Samuel L. Dewey, i Stkphkm A. Fouls, f nug7-3m ■ Washington notex. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RES pectfully inform the traveling community and the public in general, that lie has opened the above well known House, x'd'o. *70, O stroot, And that the sama has been entirely repaired and re* titled throughout, and the Bar and Larder will be stocked with the choicest Wines and Liquors, Ac., Ac., and the best the market affords. Board per week by private agreement Meals ft) cts. Lodging 50 cts MAURICE SULLIVAN, aug2-2my Proprietor. Just Received, AT THE SAClt.iitlENTO VEGETA BLE sTdltE, 41 K street, between| 2d aud bd— ■ffiiT 50 sks Onions: -H 50 sks Sweet Potatoes; 100 sas Irish do; jQM, 50 sks Cabbage; aug*uiy JOHN SUYDAM, Agent."" iGEO. IE3. IIIGrGrUNTS, . Id k uascfactcrk* or califorxia QOLJJ FEISTS, GOLD AND SILVER CASES AN.} HOLDERS 14$ Montgomery street, between Clay and Merchant, aufiis SAN FRANCISCO. S.n sir' DR. ROSENBAUM'S BITTERS. & Fo. sale at (je-6m] ' GILLIG AN’S. Crescent City Hotel. MMRS. McCURRKN would respectfully In form the public fhut alie hat lilted up the CRESCENT CUW HOTEL, ill a manner that cannot be surpassed by any hotel in tne city oi .>A M .j«vMJe. Her rooms are large and well veutu lated, and ner table always supplied with the boat the market affords. Persons visiting Marysville during the Fair will find it to their advantage to give the Orescent City a call. augl5-2w MARGARET AleC’UKUE.N. Watches and Jewelry, NEW YORK PRICES, At CANFIELD A B RIGHT’S. GOLD WATCHES, or THE MOST CELEBRATED MAKERS, Which we warrant not to vary 1 minute por moxitli For sale by i. i .a r i hi.i; k W RIG IIT. DIAMONDS. Ear-rings, Pins,Finger-rings, etc. For sale by CANFIELD k WKIUH T. THE LATEST STYLES AND MOST FASHIONABLE JJES WHS LHY We art in monthly receipt of. For sale by CANFIELD k WRIGHT. QUARTZ JEWELRY, xjnt EViany styue. Manufactured by CANFIELD A WRIGHT. CALIFORNIA JEWELRY —OF— EVERY DESCRIPTION, Manufactured by CANFIELD k B RIGHT. WATCHES REPAIRED ! Particular attention paid to this Branch, By CANFIELD k WRIGHT. VVE WARRANT Every Article as Represented Jan»—3m CANFIELD k WRIGHT, Fat Hogs for Sale. ON VAN’S RANCH, east side of Feather River, half a mile abovu the Vuba City Bridge. Will be sold in quantities to suit purcha* sera. For terms apply on the prem jyMltf VAN BEAUCHAMP. JE¥EY, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, MADE TO ORDER. J. 1>E BELL. PLAIN <fc ORNAMENTAL K2 A UK A VIA ft, Done to order. [my2-6cn] J- HE BELL. Marysville Laundry, COH. O. and FOURTH STS. THIt SUBSCRIBER, having purchased the en* lire interest of 11. Sweadner in the above estab ‘islmient, are prepared to do all kind of WASHING at abort notice and on favorable terms. Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Clothes done up with par ticular care. Shirt Bosoms and Collars polished as in the East. Shirts damaged by sea voyage luad. to look as well as new. None but experienced hands being employed, our work is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Being grateful to our patrons for past favors, we shall endeavor to merit a fair share of the public pat ronage. jeMmy SAM’L. B. COO LEY, JUST KKCBIVED, PER CLIPPER 8BIP ANDREW JACKSON— 40 cases pore Olive Oil) 00 do Bay Rum; 76 do Sands’ Sarsaparilla 60 do Townsend's do; 100 oss. Sulp. Quinine; 76 lbe. Iodide Potassium; S.T, WATTE, No. W, M doer from southeast cor. D and lsi?»t»., myiT Marysville £an "d"ai7y v P Valley Whiskey. WE BEG TO CALL TIIE ATTEN* ilon of Dealert, at well at Consumers, to the following certificate of wi.ll known Chemist!, who have analysed •' DALY'S AROMATIC VALLEY WHIS KEY.” The high reputation of the parties It a suffi cient guarantee that the article ponettea all the merit claimed for It. WII. NEWELL ft CO., Sole A Kent a. Sun Francisco. State AssiYsn’s Ornci, 82 Somrubbt Strebt, 1 Boston, Mass., April 17th, 1858. ( Wm. H. Daly, New York : Dear Sir—I have made a Chemical Analysis cf your “AROMATIC VALLEY WHISKEY," and find It a pure, fine flavored Rye Whiskey, containlngno ln,uri out matter of any kind, and recommend it as suitable for medical and public pnrposes. ClIAIILMS T. Jaceson, M. D., State Assayer. New Yore, April 19th, 1858. I have analysed a sample of "DALY’S AROMATIC VALLEY WHISKEY," and find it to be apure article, of fine llavor, and without any deleterious admixture. Jameu It. Cuilton, M. D., Chemist. Wm. H. Daly, Esq. : Dear Sir—Your “AROMATIC VALLEY WHISKEY” Is received, and after careful examination, I find it lo be a pure article, entirely free from the adulterating Ingredients so frequently used. James J. Mates, Chemist. Daly’s Aromatic Valley Whiskey Is put up in cases containing one dozen bottles each. J5T For sale by all the principal Liquor Houses In San Francisco. aug22-3mlfl TURNER BROTHERS, MANUFACTURERS OF TURNERS GINGER WINE, Forest Wine Bitters, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF SYRUPS, COR DIALS, BITTERS, Ac., At New York, Buffalo, N. Y., and San Francisco, Cullfornlu. CAUTION TO TIIE TUBUIC! THE REPUTATION awarded to TURNER’S GIN GER WINE, and the unheard of popularity it bus received, has been the means of putting into the market many spurious articles. BEWARE OF THESE BASE COUTERFEITERS ! B@“We, therefore, caution all consumers of Ginger Wine to examine the label, as none is genuine save such as have our portraits in a circle, on a steel plate surrounded by the inscription—“TURNERS’ GINGER WINE, prepared by TURNER BROTHERS, New York, Buffalo, N. Y., and San Francisco, Cal.” aug*24-3m4p TURNERS’ UNKIYALLEO BITTERS. rilIIF.SE BITTERS, manufactured from the choicest Jft. Medicinal Roots and Herbs, by TURNER BROS., are warranted to be the best now in use on the Pacific Coast, and can be taken with perfect safety by peisons of all ages and conditions. As a Cure for FEVER AND AGUE, Flatulency, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, or Heaviness, Geueral Debility, Nausea and Headache, Irregularity of tin- Di.cstive Organs, Nervous Proetrntion, Neuralgia, Rheumatic Affections, and most of the ills that liesh is heir to, Turners’ Vegetable Bitters will be found by all, not only a cur ative, but also the BEST PREVENTATIVE EVER INTRODUCED IN CALIFORNIA. This article will abide ail Chemical tests as to its purely vegetable properties, and at the same time it is guaranteed to be an alterative or tonic, superior In every particular to all Bitters that have been in use in California, and the m&nufucturers challenge proof to the contrary, and, with perfect confidence as to its purely vegetable and medicinal properties. TURNER BROTHERS, Manufacturers, a»*24-8m4p Market street, Ban Francisco. P. M. 6. Co.'s Lina to Panama Connecting via Panama Railroad with the Steamers of the United States Mail Steam Ship Company at Au pinw&ll for New Vork and Ne»v Orleans, direct. DEPARTURE FROM FOLSOM STREET WHARF. THE MAGNIFICENT STEAMHSIP Lafidoe J.L Stephens, Commander. Will leave Folsom Street Wharf for Panama, with the regular .Mails, Passengers and Treasure, on MONDAY, SUP. OH., 1858. AT 9 O'CLOCK, A. M. PIF“ Passengers by the P. M. S. Co.’s Line are landed on their arrival at Panama, upon the Wharf of the Railroad terminus, by the Company’s Steam Ferry Boat, and proceed immediately BY RAILROAD ACROSS THE ISTHMUS «T» i/ r r »7l X 1 i l*j***1 TO ASPINWALL., where the steamers of the U. S. Mail 8. 8. Co. are always in readiness to convey them to New York or New Orleans. Passengers for New Orleans proceed by direct steam er from ASpinwail. liitiOUGlI TICKETS Are furnished, including the transit of the Isthmus. Passengers are notified that ail tickets for the Steam ers of the U. S. M. S. S. Co. must be presented to their Agent at Aspinwali for registry and exchange, as they will not be otherwise available. t*r Treasure for shipment will be received on board the steamer, until twelve o’clock, midnight, on Sep. 4 h. No Merchandise freight will be received on board af ter 4 o’clock, Saturday, 8ep.4th, and a written order must be procured at the otlice for its shipment. For Freight or Passage, apply to A. II. FORRES, 1 . . W. F. BABCOCK, f A & ent8> Corner Sacramento and LcidcsdortTstreets, San Fran cisco. A choice of berths on the Atlantic steamers is secured by the early purchase of tickets in San Francisco. aug28-td Splendid Investment ....FOR.... CAPITALISTS ! TOR SALK, by the undersigned, THREE HUN JO DEED DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS, 80xl(J0, each, situated in the City of Marysville; together with the whole of the valuable improvements thereon, comprising TWENTY-TWO FIRE PROOF STORKS on First and D streets, a magnificent PRIVATE RESI DENCE on Cortes Square, and other dwelling houses. The greater part of the above lots will be sold at a considerable reduction on the assessed value for tax es. ALSO—That valuable RANCH situated at about a mile east of :ho City of Marysville, known as the “KELLER RANCH,” containing about three hundred acres. ALSO—About seven hundred and fifty acres of Laud on the Feather river, six miles north-west f the C.ty of Marysville, at present under lease to Britton and others. AND ALSO—Three hunded and nineteen acres of rich bottom land, south of the Yuba river and imme diately In front of Marysville. For particulars apply to E. PINNIX, at the office of E. Dupre, First street, Marysville. VST* Saorainento Union please copy lm arid send blit to this office, augl7 tf BOURNE, ELWELL&CU., No. 4, 6 & & 8 E Street, TUB FT.Ay.A |FFKU FOR SAI.E 100 flrklns Choice Butter—Tho». Hope A Co. Rio A Java Coffee. Haxall and Oallego Flour. California Cheese—choice Dairies. Piper’s genuine lieldsick Champagne—pU. k qts. New York Cider Vinegar. Layer Raisins, Herring in tins.! Smoked Beef, Ac., Ao. Alao—a general assortmentofOrocsrles, Provisions, and Liquors, at the Lowest Cash Prices. R. BOCRNE, San Francisco. H. C. LENNOX, I Jy81my D. A. EL WELL. I Marysville. H. WAGNER HAS REMOVED his BOOK 8TaRE to the West sills of D street, near his old stiwd, a few doors above the Theat.r. He invites attention to his large and well seleoted stock of Books, Stationery, Fancy Articles, Perftnnerles, Ac., Ac. JyT-ray VACCINE fflATTRH.—A fine lot, of fresh Matter, warranted, per Express and lor sale by ,RICE A COFFIN HRiscellanwus. TOM & CHARLEY’S REST AURANT, Corner of Second Street and M Aide Xiane. THIS LARGE AND COMMODIOUS nESTATJRANT IS ENTIRELY NEW! TnE Proprietors have Htted It up | n Rn style, and furnished It with a view to the comVrt auu convenience of their guests. wrv It Is now open for the reception of comnanv and no pains will be spared to make It all that i/flm'dan Restaurant should be. claM A share of patronage is respectfully solicited augis-my GREEK A PEARSON, Prop's. J. W. MOOEE, ntroarn and wholksai* and detail dealer is SADDLES. BRIDLES. Harness, Leather, Saddlery, Hardware cfcC. Empire Bloclt, *2cl »t., augI8 IVear D Street. my J. n. Wrioht, ( J. Y. Hallock, IM. B. Carpester Marysville. | San Francisco.J New York j. i wiitar & ci IMPORTERS AFD DEALERS IN Hardware, Glass, WHITE LEAD, LEATHER, Shoe Findings, Quicksilver, &c., HAVE now on hand a large assortment of the above G mils, to which constant additions are made by the arrival of every clipper ship, thereby enabling us to offer superior inducements to buyers. Parties vis iting the city during the Fair are Invited to call and examining our Stock,when we will convince them that Hardware can be bought lie.-c as low as in San Fran cisco. J. H. w. A CO. LEATHER & FINDINGS. TO SHOEMAKERS. WE have received, within the last month,direct from New York— 8,000 lbs. Eastern Hemlock and Oik Sole Leather, best quality. 60 do*. French Calfskins, 9 different makes, weighing from 12 to 60 ibs. to the dozen. 10 do*. Bcs* Kip. 6 do*. French Patent Leather, superior article. 5 do*, do Opera Calfckins, new article. 40 do* Linings and T<*p Skins, assorted colors. ALSO—Bark Tan, Sheep Skins, Lace Leather, Bind* ing Skins, Last?, Crimps, Trees, Thread, Ac., compris ing a full assortment of everything necessary for the trade. We particularly invite attention to our stock of LEATHER, whit h h unsurpassed by any In the State, and toe. will sell at San Francisco prices. aug21-lm J. If. WEIGHT & CO. SHEEP! SHEEP! .TOO FINE FAT SHEEP for sale. Inquire of REYNOLDS BROS., No t» U2 Third Street. rub15-2w 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 A.T 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, fPlatcs, Cups and Saucers, Dishes, Ac., Ac.; IGold Band China Tea Sets, Cups and Saucers, Piatci, Dishes, Bakers, 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 Britunia 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 rarelj* met with, to furnish your Tables handsomely at IM PORTATION COST. A. P. FLINT, 103 First street, between D and High, next door bul one to Brumagim A Co., Marysville. aug?-1ra Information Wanted OP L F.DUFOUR, who left Westenhnver’s Ranch, near Marysville, about the ttd of January last, while laboring under temporary insanity. Any infor mation concerning him will be thankfully received by M. R. McGregor, Marysville, or by Frank. Dufour, at Vevft.v, Indiana. Argus please copy one month sn send bill to this oQice. aug*24-lm* THE GUI.DEN PRIZE— X THE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE, the; golden prize. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE' GOLDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. ILLUSTRATED I ILLUSTRATED! ILLUSTRATED ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK. ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK. ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK. ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK. SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE. SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE. SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE. The Golden Prize! ILLUSTRATED ! ILLUSTRATED ! The New York Weekly GOLDEN PRIZE is one of the largest anil beat weekly papers of the day. An Imperial Quarto, containing bight pages, or FORTT columns, of entertaining original matter; and ele gantly illustrated every week. A GIFT WORTH FROM 5d CENTS TO $300 00 IN GOLD WILL BE PRESENTED TO EACH SUB SCRIBER IMMEDIATELY ON RECEIPT OF THE SUBSCRIPTION MONEY. One copy for one year 12 00, and 1 gift. One copy for two years 8 ftj. and *2 gifts. One copy for three years ft 00, and 8 gif's. One copy for live years 8 (Hi, and 5 gifts. AND TO CLUBS. Three copies one year $3 00, and 8 gifts. Five copies one year 8 00, and 5 gilts. Ten copies one year 13 00, and 10 gifts. Twenty-one copies one year *21 00, and ‘21 gifts. The articles to be distributed are comprised in the following list; 2 Packages of Gold, containing $500 00 each. 5 do do do 200 00 each. 10 do do do 100 00 each. 10 PatentLever Hunting Cased Watches,100 00 each. So Gold Watches, 75 tMJ each. 60 do 60 00 each. 100 do 50 00 each. 800 Ladies’ Gold Watches 85 0o each. ZOO Silver Hunting Cased Watches 8 • 00 each. 300 Silver Watches $10 to v»5 (Mi each. 1000 Gold Guard,Vest and Fob Chains.$10 to $80each. Gold Lockets, Bracelets, Brooches, Ear Drops,Breast Pins, Cuff Pins, 8leev» Buttons Rings, Shirt Studs, Watch Keys, Gold and Silver Thimbles, and a variety of other articles, worth from 50 cents to $15 each. Immediately on receipt of the subscription money, the subscriber’s name will be entered upon our sub scription book opposite a number, and a gift corres ponding with that number will be forwarded, within one week, to the subscriber, by mail or express, post paid, J3F" All communications should be addressed to BECKET A CO., 48 and 49 Moffat Building, 885 Broadway, New Ycrk pT Specimen oopiessent free. Agents wanted. aplClaraly R Jy*r ECEIVED F.X BLACK WARRIOR— Pearl Barley, Tapioca, Eng. Calomel, Log. Blue Mm*, Potass. Nliras, Chloroform, Shakers’ Herbs, Castile Soap, S T ATA'.TS, Druggist, No. 90 First street