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jStailti Rational Democrat.
JOHN R. RIDGE, Editor. Office—Carner Maiden Lane and 2d Street. For President in 1860, STEPHEN A, DOUiHAS Of ILLINOIS, 9 inject It th- d«cl«lnn of th* Denucr.VIc Nation* Convention at Charleston. im— i— — 1 i MARYSVILLE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 18.',0. “V Knr* aioom on th* ill tor of mo country eter nal fnrnito to every form of tyranny over the mindof man." . Tuns. Jarritusna. ClTOur friend Uatcheldor, from Foster’s Bar, eame down yesterday, lie brings no news, but repoits the rolfds ns being very muddy. Scarce. —Brick, for building purposes, nre very scarce in this market at present. We know of several old houses and walls having been purchased nnd torn down, in order to get the brick which they contained to build new houses with. Some parties are shipping them from Sacramento to this city. Marys ville is not quite finished yet. A couple of fellows were seen, Tues day night, in San Francisco, carrying a bar rel along on a pole. An officer gave chase, when they dropped their load and ran. It proved to be a barrel of sardines. Ahead ok the Boat. —We nre indebted to Wells, Fargo <t Co. for San Francisco and Snc rnmento papers, yesterday, several hours a liead of the boat. TnsATKn. —We have the pleasure of an nouncing to the Marysville public, that the operatic season is about to begin. The re Downed artists Signora Giovani ana and Signor Kugenio Bianchi have arrived in the city, and will appear in several brilliant operatic ecenet on Monday evening next. These truly excellent performers appeared to large audi ences for a succession of ninety nights in San Francisco, and will always drnw like crowd ed houses wherever the genius of the Opera is at all appreciated We predict for Signora Giovaninna and Signor Bianchi a reception commensurate with their merits and the fame which has preceded them. Married. —We perceive that our friend Brophy, of the Mountaineer Saloon, D street, lias been getting married, lie kept it a se cret from the papers, but we have acciden tally found him out. He was married, it seems, on Sunday night last, to Miss Maggie F. McLaughlin, a very lovely and handsome girl, and possessed of remarkably good taste in her idea of the right kind of material for a husband. Brophy has been so full of smiles since Sunday night that his face is a patch of perpetual sunshine, quite enlivening in this foggy weather. It helps a young man ama zingly to get married. tfWe notice that the brickwork on the B street Sewer has been commenced. A few lflindred teet will he bricked ns soon ns pos sible, so that, if the rains come shortly, the water can flow through to the river without difficulty. After the sandy part of the Sew er has been bricked, the balance will answer ns n channel without any brickwork during the present season, the soil being of a clayey and substantial substance. £3pJones, (the man mentioned yesterday as having been taken up for being either drunk or crazy,) was examined by Dr. Hub hard, yesterday, and sent to the Hospital.— lie is quite sick, and was injuring himself by drinking. £3?” Mrs. Newman, for assault and battery on another female, on Maulen Lane, was ar rested, last evening, by officer Leaman. Leaman also arrested Eliza Horton nnd Mary Doe for abusive language, used some where on 1st street, Maria Deis was arrested, yester day morning, as a vagrant. lie has been a round the city a year or two, doing nothing, but kicking up musses among the Spanish wo men. He is probably destined for the Chain Gang. Bound Below. —Sheriff Plum and Mr. Gridley, of llutte county, cnllcd on us last evening. The former is on his way with a convict for the State Prison, one John Do land, who killed a man named Sharkey, some 14 months ago, nnd was sentenced to be hung, but received a commutation of his sentence to imprisonment for life, just the day before the day of execution. Doland is the hap piest man, Sheriff Plum says, that he ever saw, and has been so ever since he learned that he was not to be hnng. Imprisonment for life has no terrors for him, when he com pares it with the terrible fate which seemed at first to await him. Mr. Gridley has charge of a man named Walling, afflicted with periodical fits of in sanity, whom he is taking to Stockton. Wal ling appears at the present time to he per fectly sane, and is very willing to go to the Asylum, knowing, as he well does, that his lit will come on in due time, and with such force as entirely to prostrate his reason. He has been a miner. Hunts Pumpkin.—A correspondent writes to us from a mining region, almost on the northernmost boundary of the State, concern ing a very largo pumpkin which he found clinging to a vine, far from the habitation of man, among the craggy rocks that jut their flinty ribs from the side of the mountain.— Its weight, our correspondent judged, was in the neighborhood of two hundred pound*, nnd he says that the vine was rooted into only about six inches square of yellow clay, which had lodged between two rocks. Were we not so well acquainted with our informant, we should think there was some error about this, but lie is a uiau of truth and sense, nnd not in the least given to romancing. Two hundred pounds—six inches of clay—far away from the habitation of man—craggy rocks—lofty mountains—well, well, we be tiei'c it, but, like the Dutchman who got to Heaven, it is by •* a lam tiyht mjeeze." Libkiial. —We learn, says the Telegram, that the Society of California Pioneers have donated one hundred and thirty-two dollars to the widow and orphans of the late Ed ward Pollock. Long Probation,—Rev. A. II. Smith, says the Telegram, who was convicted Tuesday on three charges of petty larceny, was sentenced to thirteen months' residence in the county jail. Smith will come out a wiser, if not a better man. Insane Asylum nt Marysville. Among the proceedings of the Assembly on Tuesday, ft* reported in the Union, wc find the following : By Mr. f/efever—An act creating an Insane Asylum at Marysville. fn addition to the 44 institution at Stockton, known by the name of the Insane Asylum < f Cali fornia.” there shall be one established at Marys ville, or immediately adjacent thereto, to be call ed the Northern Insane Asylum of California.— The grounds and buildings shall belong to the State. The Trustees of the Stockton Asylum, with two others added to their Hoard, who shall be residents of Yuba connty, to administer its af fairs in the same manner as the Stockton institu tion. The two new Trustees to be elected by joint ballot of the Legislature immediately after the Act becomes a law. The powers of the Hoard to Continue the same as at present. S ction 5th provides tor the issuing of propo sals by the Hoard, and the erection of suitable buildings—the contract first to receive the appro val of the Governor, and the cost not to exceed $35,000. The Trustees to organize under the provisions of this Act, within thirty days after its passage, for the purpose of carrying out the same, and to obtain, by purchase or donation, suitable grounds for the Asylum at the location specified. Sections 8th andfuth relate to the election, qual ifications, and duties of the Resident Physician, whose salary is fixed at $5,000. Section 10th provide* for the election of an As sistant Physician, and prescribes his duties, and empowers the Board to appoint such other medi cal assistance as they may deem necessary. The Assistant Physician to be Treasurer, and Secre tary to the Board of Trustees, and to have a salary of $3,000 per annum. Vouchers to be produced by the Trustees for all expenditures, and the Con troller to draw his warrant on the fund set apart for Asylum purposes. Section Pith directs that the several County Judges shall cause medical examination to be made, by two responsible physicians, of such per sons as are represented, under oath, to be insane; and, if the same are certified as unsafe to be a broud, he shall order him, or them, to be convey ed to the Asylum. The county from which the person is sent to he at the expense of his convey ance, if he be indigent, and, in the event of his death, to bear funeral expenses. The remainder of the Act is substantially the same in its provisions for the support and govern ment of the Northern Asylum, and definition of the duties ofofficers, as the law under which the Stockton Asylum is conducted. Referred to the Committee on Hospitals. It is to be hoped that the Legislature will speedily pass this Act, ns a matter of justice to the Nort hern counties, and as a public ne cessity. We believe it was understood, when the Asylum was first located at Stockton, that, with the increase of population, and a consequent increase of insanity front the thousa: d and one causes which attend social misery and the evils arising from the innu merable violations of the laws of physical and mental health, which are so common in thickly populated countries,there would come a time when it would be necessary to estab lish an Asylum for the accommodation of the North. That time has already arrived. The expense of transporting the indigent insane from the northern counties, is unduly oner ous- The same amount that it now costs this county, let alone Plumas, Sierra, Siskiyou and like remote counties, to send one insane per son to Stockton, would actually support him for a whole year, were lie at once put into an Asylum convenient for the purpose. A hundred and twenty five or thirty dollars is the least that a man can he transported for, from the mountain regions of this county to Stockton, let him be ever so quiet a patient, and frequently it will cost double, where the person is "furious." The Northern counties might he willing to hear this very grievous burden for a while longer, were it going to save the State any expense, hut it will not do so, inasmuch as buildings twice as large as those now hold ing, or rather crowding together, the insane, are absolutely necessary and must he con structed' Since the buildings must he built, ninl a larger number of officers employed, there can he no excuse whatever for refusing to locate the new building in n section of the country demanded by the whole Northern portion of the State. The idea that one Asylum of this character can accommodate a large State like tins, — where, owing to a variety of obvious causes und principally to the unusual excitement of mind attendant upon the surprising alterna tions of fortune, and where communication between remote sections is often exceedingly difficult, on account of natural obstacles which can never he wholly removed, —is too preposterous an idea to he seriously enter tained by any sensible legislator. There must he two or more Asylums for the Insane, final ly, at all events, and the work may as well he done now as hereafter. Our legislators need not he worried about precedent in the ease, for there arc precedents enough. Mas sachu-etts has two State Lunatic Asylums, the one located at Worcester and tiie other at Taunton, beside a good many other asylums for the insane which are under the care of private charity. Kentucky has two, and Ohio has three, and we have no doubt many other States are in the same category. We trust our legislators will have the good sense to attend to this matter without delay. Drowned, —On Wednesday last the body of an unknown man was found in the hay, above Black Point. No murks o? violence were discernible. The Telegram says the body was taken in charge by the Coroner, and removed to the dead house, and exposed for identification. Improvidence of Hawaiian Seamen.—Ev ery one acquainted willi Hawaiian seamen knows their improvident habits, and that the great majority of them, even after receiving a large advance, go to sea without any other outfits or clothing than what they have on. Where their advance goes to, it is hard to say; but I have heard it whispered in Hono lulu that government and Governor’s taxes and shipping master's fees use up a large portion of it, and the bnlance, I presume, is much smaller than what many on American sailor fools away among the grog shops and wahines there. Coming away almost desti tute, therefore, they have to depend upon the good nature of their captain for a fur ther advance of clothing to enable them to face the cold weather of the North, and it is not to be expected that he will give anything more than will suffice to make them comfort able, for the very good reason that he cannot be sure of taking oil enough to pay their debts to the ship. In our case large advan ces of clothing were made early in the sea son, and at that time each man was supplied with one pair of shoes and two pairs of stock ings. Unfortunately these articles were not a whit better than “slops" in general, and a month or two of wet weather spoiled them. 1 do not exaggerate the matter when I say that.for nearly three months more than half the crew have very seldom known what it was to have dry feet. Many of them for that time have had no stockings. I remember particularly one day when we were blocked in the ice and were trying to warp the ship through, I noticed several who had been out on the ice all day at work, who had nothing to protect their feet from the cold but miser able hnlf worn out shoes. This I call real hardship, (if nny one thinks it is not, let him try it,) but these poor fellows have stood it up to this time without even murmuring. I am certain that no crew of Americans would have undergone what these Kanakas have without raising “Ned," or, at least, try ing to.— Com. Advertiser. O.tr Nnernfiirntu Ccr**»pondaic». Sacramento, Jan, 12th. Editor Democrat :—OurSolons arc gradu ally getting down to their work, and perfect ing their organization. Singnlnr ns it may seem, Stratton makes a very fair Speaker, He is decided —or ns the members familiarly snv, "bull headed and in a body that needs ns much controlling as this House does, a man disposed to be determined and expedite business, is a very desirable kind of officer. Mr. Speaker has just announced certain Com mittee ap ointments, all of which I apprised you of last evening Among other matters which are mooted is the establishment of a new Judicial District out of the counties of Plumas and Sierra, thus relieving both Sexton and Searlsof a very onerous duty. It would no doubt be very gratifying to them to have the change made. Whether it would suit the inhabi tants of those counties or not, is another question. I know that the bar of Plumas at least are very unwilling to be robbed of so good a Judge as Sexton, and it is admitted that Searles is highly popular in Sierra. An other bill, creating a Judicial District out of part of Judge Creanor's District, has been in troduced into the Senate. By the way, Jim Hardy, who was President of the Leeoinpton Convention, is log-rolling for this latter move ment ; hoping to receive the appointment of tlie Judgeship of the new District. Of course another Folsom State Prison Bill has come up. This time by Dr. Price. The Sacramentans have a powerful hankering for taking charge of the distinguished gentlemen of the Stnte, and will never let up until they have erect-d a residence for such criminals ns John B. can spare from his own brick ma chine. A resolution instructing our Senators and requesting our Representatives at Washing ton to use such means as arc under their con trol to get the everlasting Indian War Debt paiil has passed both Houses. It seems as if the two Houses are determined to pitch into the old business which has occupied all the Legislatures of California, anyhow. It may be well enough to have some unfinished and unfinUhable business as a stock in trade for the young members to practice on. They must get a “good ready on” before they pro ceed to such business ns will do the State tonic service. By the way, our little band of Douglas Democrats have acted nobly. The Lecompts are so completely at outs among themselves that an apparition like Webster’s "ghost of the murdered coalition" is scaring them and keeping them in a high state of nervousfear. This confounded fog is making everybody siek ; your correspondent among the num ber—and such being the case, I will herewith bring this to a close, promising to write you more at length by the mail of to-morrow. Yours in the faith, Vandyke Browjt. Affrai\ —Yesterday afternoon after the de cision of the ease of l’erley vs. Mavre, in the Twelfth District Court., in which the former had reeovered a verdict of for profes sional services, Geo. T. Mavre, defendant, en countered E. MacKinlay, tlie attorney for the plaintiff, in the office of the County Clerk, and took that gentleman to task for the use of some language •made by him during the trial which reflected on his veracity. Words ensued, and blows followed to the consterna tion of the clerks. The parties clinched, the “coward color” from the clerks did fly, and i they seized their weapons of defence, rulers, inkstands, and paper weights. The contest ants were tugging away at each other to the great damage of the rioketty stove, when rip went the collar of MaeKinlay's coat, and Mae's brother interfered, and for his trouble was carried off and placed in limbo by the police. No further damage was done' Peace was then restored. The parties were arrest ed and gave bail to appear before Judge Coon to day.— S. F, Call, 1IW, A Step in tiie Right Direction. —\V> are informed, says the S. F. Times, of Wednes day, that n meeting of several physicians was held yesterday afternoon, at the rooms of one j of our most respected medical gentlemen, for the purpose of obtaining an expression of dis approval and condemnation of the objection aide passage in the Report on Obstetrics by Dr. Cidc. The full proceedings have not transpired, but it is stated on reliable author ity, that the meeting broke up without arri ving at any definite result, owing, as we have heard, to the presence of friends of Dr. Cole, who obtruded themselves uninvited on the oeeasion. The probability is that nt the approaching Convention of the medical factil-! ty of the State nt Sacramento, this libellous I aspersion of the chastity of California women will receive the full and withering rebuke it J deserves. It seems, however, no more than reasona ble to expect of the Assscintion—such of the members ns reside in this city—that they denounce the libel ns far as they are person ally concerned. Fatal Accident. — A man named J. M. Phillips, aged about fifty years, a fruit ped dler, who has been pursuing his vocation quietly in this ciiy for several years past, about half past three o’clock, yesterday after nooe, tripped In the torn matting in the se cond story of the Court House building, and was precipitated headlong down the stairway and landed nt the foot on the east side, ap pnrently striking his head on the corner of the brick pier. Persons who were present and saw him fall ran immediately to his as sistance, and found him lying with his head against tlie pier and his feet upon the first step of the stairway, lie was taken into the "Exchange,” where he was partially examin ed by Dr. Morgan, nnd thence removed to the County Hospital. It was discovered, on examination, that he had sustained a luxation of the dental process of the spine, nnd also u severe contusion on the left side of the head, probably with a fracture of the skull. Phil lips died at the Hospital at half past seven o'clock in the evening—within about four honrs after the occurrence of the accident.— Sac. Union, yesterday. Duel with Double-barrel Shot Guns— Serious Result.— Louis Hachc, Deputy Con stublc, and Sain Holmes, a hunter, had a diffi culty yesterday afternoon over a game of cards, which being of n character tlmt. could not be settled except in Accordance witli the “code of honor,” Holmes challenged ltache to meet him in hostile array. The challenge was accepted —the weapons selected—double barrel shot guns—distance, sixty-five yards; place, vicinity of 7th nnd K streets, near the Chinese distillery. Mike Lutz, formerly po lineman of this city, was selected to give the “word.” The belligerents, accompanied by Lutz and two others, proceeded to the spot and measured off the ground, and while so engaged about one hundred Chinamen collec ted in a great state of excitement, fearing, perhaps, on sneh a formidable display of light infantry, that an attack on the distillery was contemplated. The belligerents took their respective positions, linck to back. When tiie word was about to be given it was ol> served that Holmes was rattier unsteady on his pedestals, his knees frequently came in collision and bis stature diminished ; hut he cocked liis gun, and, just before the “word” was given, happened to turn his head and discovered that Ruche had squatted on a tract of land about two feet square behind n stump, lbiclie apologized, alleging that if the fight went on both would be arrested iiy the police and be clapped in the Station House or on the Brig. The apology was accepted, the fight indefinitely postponed,and both re turned to their stamping ground, fully satis fied.—Sac. Union, yesterday. COURT OF SESSIONS. Pressst —lion. C. Linplky, Judge, and Wm. Sihgk* and John Woodall, Associates. Thursday, Jati. 13th. People vs. Mead—Jurv having been out all night failed to agree, and a nolle prosequi was entered by the District Attorney. People vs. Alexander Drown—Charged with robbing Spaniola's monte bank. Col. Hatch opened the case, and was followed by Gen. Rowe tor the defence, in a very able argument. John A. McQuaid also made an ingenious argument on the same side, and the Court adjourned till to morrow morning, when Col. Hatch will close, and the case will be submitted to the jury. DIED, Jan. 7th, at the Barton House, Yuba county, of the palpitation of tne heart, 8. B. Conolley, aped 25 years. Ills funeral was attended by many friends who are spared to mourn his untimely loss. Jlrtr MARYSVILLE THEATRE. GREAT ATTRACTION! MONDAY EVENING, JAN. 17th, The Celebrated Artist* SIGNORA GlOVANINNA and SIGNOR EUGENIO BIANCHI, Will appear in Scene* from the most popular Italian Operas. Lucre!In Borgia, II Trlvatore, Luclndc Laramermoor, lllgoletto, l.lixln dc Cliamouul, mid I Mutfiiadlcrl. Janl4 V. BONA, Conductor^ EVERY PERSON SHOULD m DR. ROSENBAUM’S Stomach Bitters. roil SALE III' TIIOS. GILLMU.Y, AGENT FOR MARYSVILLE AND VICINITY. Dissolution. TIIK CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be tween J. H. Moses an«i M. Koppel, under the name and style of MOSES & KOPPKL, has been dis solved by mutual consent, Mr. M. Koppel retiring from the said firm. J. II. MOSES, M. KOPPEL. Marysville, Jan. 1, 1859. Co-PartncrNhi|» Notice. fllHE undersignad have this day formed a co-part- X nership under the name and style of J. II. MOSES & CO., and will continue the business, as heretofore, at No. 23 D street, between First and Second. J. II. MOSES, Marysville. M. HES1KIK ., San Francisco. Marysville, Jan. 1, 1850. janl4-lm NOTICE. SR4LED PROPOSALS will be received by the undersigned Treasurer of Sutter county, at his office in Yuba City, until one o'clock P. M. (at which time said proposals will be opened,) on MON DAY, the 14th day of February, A. I). 1859, for the Redemption of the Funded Bonds of said county, to the amount of twenty-seven hundred dollars, ($2,700,) to the lowest bidder, as is by law made and provided. TH08. D. BOYD, Treasurer of Sutter Co., Cal. Yuba City, January 18th, 1859. janl4-td A CARD.— Marysville, Jan. 13th, 1859. Briand Young was arrested for stealing two young la dies’ Daguerreotypes, and carried to the Recorder’s office and found not guilty of the crime. 1 am not a thief, and will let the public know that I am not, tho’ I am black, that's all. jan!4 It BRIAND YOUNG. MOUNTAINEER S-AJLOOIST, WESTERN HOUSE BLOCK, 4 D STREET, MARYSVILLE. janl8-ray JOHN F. BROPHY, ) W. B. LAWLER, f Proprietors. Telegraph Extension TARIFF REDUCED!! riTOFFlCE RKTIOVED. fld THE NORTHERN TELEGRAPH COMPANY hav ing extended their line from Marysville to Sac ramento, are now prepared to receive messages at reduced rates, for Sacramento, Sau Francisco and all other parts of the State where telegraphic communi cation is open. pgrOFFlCE REMOVED to No. 58 D Street, up stairs, opposite Presbury A Wilkins' Drug Store, janll-tf NEW CROP RAISINS. OF TUB CLIPPER I1HIG “ Frido of 41xo Boa,” FROM MALAGA DIRECT, In 175 days, the shortest passage ever made from that port. A.TJO Whole Hnies| Layer Itiiialn.; 4000 Half Boxes Do Da 1700 Quarter Boxes Do Do All in splendid order, and of superior quality. To distinguish this fruit from the old Raisins In market, each box will be branded, over the shipping mark, ‘‘PRIDE OF THE SEA.” C. 4c D. Now ready for delivery and for sals, hy CROSBY A DIIIIII.KK, 111 Battery Street, JanSlwJdp SAN FRANCISCO. FMHKIMFIEMEITS. —AND— GANG PLOWS, PEORIA PLOWS, SIDK-llILL PLOWS, SUBSOIL PLOWS, PLOW CASTINGS, OX-YOKES and BOWS, HAY PRESSES, SHOVELS. SPADES, HAY-KNIVES, BUSH-HOOKS, MATTOCKS, HAY-ROPE, Kor sale hy janS-'Imls HARROWS, HARROW TEETH, CULTIVATORS, SEED-SOWERS, CORN-SHKI.LERS, HAY-CUTTERS, CHURNS, FORKS, HOES, CIIEKSK-PRESSES, POST-AUGERS, BALING-WIRE, FENCE-WIRE, TRB1DWEU A TO., Cor. First-st., and Malden Lane. SEKDS! SEEDS!! A CONI PI.Eri; STOCK, consisting of the largest anil most ex tensive assortment ever offtred in this market, of FIELD and GARDEN SEEDS. Fresh importation. For sale by novl9-3mis TREADWELL* CO., First «t. For Kent. A R ANCH of about NINETY ACRES, known ns the Reed * Purdy’s Ranch, oh the Yuba Bot tom. Apply to WM. E. CAMERON, jnn6lf Or K. DUPRE. FEATHER DUSTERS. A SMALL lot Fancy Feather Dusters Jus! received per Express from New York. For sale by deo'il-tf-is RICE, COFFIN * CO. flruj MARYSVILLE PIONEER AssayOffice. HARRIS, & MARCITAND, E ST.,NEAR THE CO tNER OF SECOND ST. MARY; VILI.E. Also —78 J Strt’cl,Sacramento, 105 Sacramento at *oet, San Francisco. Will continue to ca 'y on the business of Melting, Refini ig and Assaying GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. We guarantee the correctness of our Assays, anil bind ourselves to pay the differences that may arise with any of the U. 8. MINTS. Returns made In from 6 to 12 hoirs, IN BARS OR COIN. Specimens of Quarts Assayed and Valued. TKRM8 FOR iSSiTISC: The same as in San Francisco. HARRIS mylS-my __ D! MARCIIANI> JOHN H. TliNNENT & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Groceries & Provisions, Miners’ Tools, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, FLOUR, GRAIN, «fcc. Corner of First mid Commercial Streets, Have constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of Provisions, Xiiquors, —ALSO— Every Variety oi Case Goods, Comprising a complete assortment, well adapted to the TRADE, which they offer for sale at the lowest market rates. ORDERS from the interior will be promptly and faithfully executed. janftmy Dissolution. THE COP A HTMI IfSIIII* heretofore ex isting under the name ami style of ECKMAN, TKNNENT A CO., is dissolved this day by limitation. The business of the firm will lie settled at the Store recently occupied by Eckinan, Tennent A Go. 11 I). Dunn Is duly authorised to sign the name of the firm in li<|uidation. Marysville, January 1,1850. NOTICE. JXO. II. TENNENT Sc CO. having pur chased the entire slock of Goods of the lateftrm, will continue the l> siness at the old stand, corner of Com mercial anil First streets, where they will be pleased to seethe friends and customers of the late firm. Marysville, January 1,1S59. jan4 2dp2w TO BANKERS, ASSAYERS, ...AND.... GOLD DUST BUYERS. LARGE AND PEREMPTORY SALE or ... RANKEKS’ SCA1.ES, January 20 fix, 1030. THURSDAY...JANUARY 20tli, 1850, At 12 o’clock, M., AT SALESROOM, WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION, T1IK EN TIRE STOCK OF “ HOWARD A DAVIS’” CELE BRATED Colil Standard ISalaiicos Remaining In the hands of the Agents, Messrs. FAY A WILLIS, as follows : 7 Large Sizi, weighing 300 ounces ;' f» Medium Size, weighing 150 oz.; 4 Small Size, weighing 75 ounces ; With Glass Cases and Brass Stand’rd Weights -Also— AN INVOICE OF “1IOWAKD A DAVIS’” POST-OFFICE LETTER SCALES, OF THE GOVERNMENT PATTERN. These Balances are In perfect order, and securely packed ft r transportation into the Interior, and are probably the LAST that will ever be offered either at public or private sale in this market. The sale is peremptory, to close a concern, and the Balances can be seen and examined at any time pre vious to the day of saIc, by applying to Messrs. Fay A Willis, or to the Auctioneers, JONES t BENDIXEN, jan3td2dp 61 A 63 California-st., San Francisco. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE ....TO.... Sav 3 Money! cfc CO. ARE NOW OFFERING TIIEIR IMMENSE STOCK OF CLOTHING -AT— NBW-YORK COST! WHOLE SUITS OF CLOTHING, from $10 to £20. OVEllCOATS, ALL STYLES, $0 to *20. FINE BLACK DU ESS COATS, 10 to 15. BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, 4 to 6. VESTS 2 to 5. And all other Goods in proportion. BEST WHITE SHIRTS, $1 50 to *2 00. Furnishing Goods! OF KVKUY DESCRIPTION. We invite our friends anti others to call, examine and price our Goods. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS! —A 1.80— LEATHER ANl) CARPET HACJSt Indian Tan Buck Gloves & Gauntlets! Anil every article suitable for Men’s wear. IIEUSTON, HASTINGS & CO. Clothiers, I) street, between 1st and 2nd, Next door to Wells, Fargo k Co.’s, jan7-my2p Marysville. XT. S. I BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS,! FOU SALK AT THE LOWEST MARKET HATK8, by TAYLOK A WADSWORTH, *, declo-Snritp Second street, Marysville WHEKIJ1K A WILSON’S FIRST PREMIUM FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. RECEIVED the FIRST recommendation am 10 be the BEST FAMILY SEWINf MACHINE, at every Fair held in this State In IS5S. TAYLOR A W AOS WORTH, declft.2m2|> Anents, Second it., Marysville. BLUE VITRIOL. •Pi \1 U I I.IIS. Blue Vitriol, a sure prevent for Smut in Wheat. For sale Ini to suit, by dee21-tf.ii RICE, COFFIN * CO. Hftisfdlanfoujs. m Bl U JIU AMER nar i: BVTL.Cn. \ in e r i c a 11 I*. xcha 11 ge, ON SANSOME STREET, OPPOSITE THE AMERICAN THEATRE, SAN FRANCISCO. FWWIS old established Hotel Is now furnished with i Collins k Co.’s celebrated premium spring Mat tresses in every room. New Film it ii re. 100 French Eiizabathan Style Bedsteads; 100 Best Curled Hair Mattresses; ‘200 Feather Bolsters; 800 Fine Feather Pillows; 280, Premium Spring Mattresses. New Add tton to the Exchange of 60 Rooms, fur* nished in the best of style. Fine suits of Rooms for Families. The Proprietor SETS TIIE BEST TABLE IN THE STATE. This Hotel is fire-proof, and has ISO hard-finished rooms. LADIES’ ENTRANCE to the Hotel, corner Sansome and llalleck streets. The Exchange has been entirely remodeled, paint ed and renovated throughout. The Proprietor will leave nothing undone to m.-.ke tlie guests of the Exchange comfortable while stopping at this Hotel. Prices shall be reasonable. £y“The Exchange Coach will always be in readi ness to convey passengers to and from this Hotel. dec2S-l«n2p BAILEY SARGENT, Proprietor. AHEAD OF SAN FRANCISCO. & CO., MERCHANT TAILORS, Who received the FIRST PREMIUM at the late STATE FAIR, Have Also received the TWO FIRST PREMIUMS. AT TIIE MECHANICS’ FAIR, SAN FRANCISCO ....FOR... CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING. Gentlemen favoring them with their orders may feel assure cf having their Clothing made in a FIRST PREMIUM STYLE. By the arrival of the last Steamer they are in receipt of a superior lot of FINE CLOTHING, manufactured expressly for themselves, consisting of Froolt Cofits, Bl'lt DocBltin Pants. VERY RICH VELVET VESTS, LATEST STYLES BUS. SUITS, And n complete assortment of Cloths, Cass, and Vestings, GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Indian Tan Gloyos, Plain nml .Sole I.i atlm Ti iiiiKh, t^r, Which they will sell for CASH, and CASH ONLY CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST! m- Remember the place, H. EILERMAN &. CO., D street, next door to the Theater, Marysville. oc6-my2p NEW TAILORING .... AND STEIL & WEEN, HAVINfi COMPLETED their arrangement*, would announce to the public that they have just opened a fresh and elegant stock of Piece Goods, Clothing, AND GENTLEMEN'S IVI All of the Latest Styles and Richest Patterns. Gentlemen who favor us with their patronage will find our goods all that we recommend them, and our Prices Moderate ! All Garments Made to Order shall be executed in the latest styles of liroadwvy, N. Y., and Paris, and at the shortest notice. STEIL & WEHN, 70 D Street, nov6-my Opposite the llaun House. WHOLESALE JOBBING WAREHOUSE! J- cfc O. LEVY, HAVE RE-OPENED A WHOLESALE JOBBING HOUSE, FIRST ST.. OPPOSITE PLAZA, WITH A I.ARCS AMD COMPLETE STOCK Of DOMESTIC GOODS, CLiOTIIING, or kvkry okscriptiom, Boots, Shoes, Furnishing Goods And all Goods in their line which are wanted In this market. They invite the attention of mountain tra ders to their Stock, and solicit the patronage of ihe public. A fine lot of DVJCK, of all numbers. A complete assortment of HAYWOOD’S Rubber Goods, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. JACOB LEVY, CHARLES LEVY, JACOB LEVY, I CHAS. LBVY, 1 Marysville. J Han Francisco. J oct‘22-iny2p REMOVAL. K. MEU SSDORFFER HAS HEXOVEU 1(|S HAT MANUFACTORY, To tlie Corner of U and Bcoond Street*, here he will be happy to see 'riend*,and where his friends the public will find a NKW good assortment of HATH CAPS of every description, to order at the shortest no tice at K. MEUS8D0U V PK K’S, Hat Manufactory, corner J> and 2d at*. sepl8-my his f and and and All kinds of HATH made limiting Souses. REYNOLDS RRoT 33A3\TItEH8, Tlilril SI reel, between D& ,„ gh PURCHASE GOLD DUST At highest market price, make advances on theiam, and forward to U. 8. Branch Mint for Coinage DRAW SIGHT EXCHANGE IN SVMSTOSCIT ON WM. IIOGE A CO New Y«, k Chct lss at Par on IJ. DAVIDSON Sax Francisco 11. F. HASTINGS A CO Sackai. Attend to Collections, and transact a gcncralBauk* in# Business. QnCK§ILYEK. AGENCY GUADAUHJPK MINES.—A oeperUt ar. tide constantly on hand and for sale at San Franclac* Agents 1 rates. jc80-niydAw DECKER, BRUMAGIM &~Co7~ BANKERS, MARYSVILLE. Banking Hours—from VJ A.M. to 4 P M ADVANCES ON O O lj D DUS T FOR ASSAY AT U. 8. MINT. CHECKS AT PAR,ON MARK BRUMAGIM & Co SAN FRANCISCO, B. F. HASTINGS A CO., SACRAMENTO. OCR NIGHT AND TIM* DRAFTS ON A H 1.11 KAN EXCHANGE BANK, NSW YORK, Available in the principal cities of the Union. One hnlf of one per cent, per Month Interest will be allowed on our certificates ofdepsi. it, payable ten days after sight. COUPONS due 1st January, 1868, for Internal a* Bonds of City of Marysville and County of Yuba, will be paid on and after that date, on presentation at oar office, in Marysville, or American Exchange Saak. New York. dedtl-my c. l. low, w. w. LOW LOW BROTHERS & CO., BANKERS. CORNER OF PLAZA AND 1IIGII ST G-old Dust Purchased at the HIGHEST market rates. ADVANCES MADE ON GOLD DUST to Assay,or forwarded to the Mint Coinage. General and Special Deposits Recerrei CHECKS AT PAR ON PARROTT eft; GO., 6AN FKAKrMSCO. OUR SIGHT EXCHANGE FOR S Alt —ON— Howland & Aspinwall, NEW IOM, Also on the otlwr principal Ensttn Citl»s. Purchase CIT Y, COUNTY. niw» STATOSlf rtnm CHKTIKICATES OK DEPOSITS, and otf.tr Eicha,,, at current rates, and transact a ® GEYliHAI, BANKING Bl/SINHSR. AGEIVOY OK TIIE n e w a x-i ;m: a d e x*u QUICKSILVER MINES. TnEunderalgned, haring been appointed agent. Tor the sale of the above celebrated QUICK81L* t ad, are prepared to furnish it at the establish, rates of the agents in San Francisco l.,!-., * r». JOHN CCLNLY, BAA T KKR, LA FOR TIT! Oold Dust purchased at the highest price, or forward. «<l to the Mint for Coinage. •titranrrs jkvKI on GoH Bust fur Assay .r Colling.. O.llections ntnde,awl proceeus remitted promptly. Sight Clieckaon Mnr}-.vll|r mid San l'ran cisco. EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK. Fonjl N&w Almaden Quicksilver Mines. mjdhijr JOBS COTt.T. DAiLY LINE FOR SACRAMENTO, AT O’CLOCK A.M. FARE, - - 84 00. Juwn 111 air W. 8. Summers, Master.. Gov.Daun M Littleton, " Connecting at Sacramento with the elegant low I pressure Steamers NEW WORLD and ANTELOPE, For San Francisco. For Freight or Passage apply on Board, or attk* oflBuceo( the Company. HENRY OILMAN, jan9my2dp Ag*nt Cal. Steam Na?. Ca. W OOD AND WILLOW-WARE. Brooms, Brushes, Pail», Tub!), W«shbjnrd<), Cordage, 4tc. rpHK SUBSCRIBERS ARE CONSTANTLY M .1 ceiving, l.y arrivals from the Atlantic, IrtM ditions to their already extensive stock of goods, an intend to keep the largest anil best assortmeo their line to be found on the Pacific Coast. Also, a full and complete assortment of Twino, Nets, Heines, 8lioe Thread, Saddlers* Thread, the best brands, all of which they offer, in quanuw to suit purchasers, at the low est wholesale prices, ELAM A IIOWW. h4 Clay street, REMOVAL. S. SCHYVAItTZ, MERCHANT TAILOR, Hus Removed his Stock of FASHIONABLE CLOTHING To Wo. QO X3 Street, Next to liice, Coffin * Co.’s Drug Store, j, T1IK undersigned takes this ..pportunlty o informing his old friends mid patrons, jwl public generally, that he has just ® —jULaddltlons to his stock of goods, conwwt I perfor Doeskins. Cloths. Vesting. &c., Which he will make up to order, and at as low prices us can b* purchased in Ban Gents’ Furnishing Goods. Ready Mad* and everything kept by a MERCHANT TAIL®*, staidly on hand at my store. . uT * n«v27-8m S.SCH'VAHT** FALL STYI>B HAWS FOR 1858, ....ARE,.., NOW HEADY, . .AT THE, • EAGLE 01? MAMFACTOBY 37 33 aitroot, JAS. L. DALEY. sep25-my lxO«t or Stolen ! )N the night of the 9«th of IJe c eri.l><?r, _« JJJJJ,,, sory Note for Four Hundred And Nine 7 490) drawn by Edward Owens, and pay*"* . MiD j irly. Thi* is to caution all persons from P ta negotiating for said Note, as rARlX jpped, [j.n6*Jw] >1U0H EAW-