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VOL. VI.
XHE NATIONAL DEMOCRAT
pAlL" 2 ” -A-TSTI3 WEEKLY.
BY A. s. RANDALL & CO.
a « RANDALL, R.B. CHRISTIAN, J. F. WHITAKER
* 0. 1. CBACKBON, W. BOOLWAHR.
0tflce comer Malden Lane and Second, Street.
TERMS OF THE DAILY:
PS R WEES' FIFTY CENTS.
for one y«r,(per mail In advance).- *10 no
•• son
the weekly dfkocrat
ft published every Saturday mornirg, and contains
Cweot} -eight columns of reading matter. I he aim ol
the pul Ushers will be to make It a a Rood paper, aud
§ suitable offering forfriendsln the Atlantic&tates.
TERMS OF THE WEEKLY:
PER YEA S,....( by mall)... .FIVE DOLLARS.
Six Months *8 no I Three Months ... *2 00
List ofAgcntfl.
L. P. FISHER San Pranclsco.
10. B. DAVIDSON Sacramento.
A- O. SIMPSON Orovllle and vicinity.
FULLER * FARLEY, Camptonville.
J ST. C. WILSON St. Louis.
KVERETS, WILSON ICO Pine Grove.
DR. O.S. BURNHAM Morrison's Diggings.
HUNTINGTON BROS., 1. W.OREAR,I)ownieville.
J. K. FEEKS New York.
g. T. JORDAN North San Juan.
e! COOK Long Bar.
G. II. A JNO. STONE, Nevada.
W. K.SPENCER. Grass Valley
THOS. OGGr SIIAW.
STEAM THRASHERS FOR 1861.
40-INCII cylinder,
Jno A. Pllts’ Genuine make, Bullalo.N. Y
WITH ALT, OP C. M. RUSSELL’S Improvements
in the Shoe and Cylinder; superior lo the Rus
sell make ol Machine, both in material and workman
ship, as well as finish; with
TWELVE HORSE POWER STEAM ENGINE,
on Trucks, and capable of Thrashing in one day, at
least Three Thousand Sack* of grain, which is more
than has ever been done by any machine,in the same
length of time.
2,4, 0,8 & lO and 12 Ilorse Genuine
Pitts’ Machines.
•With all of Russell's latess improvements in the Ph»e
and Pivot Cylinder, to run with Belt and Jack, the
»me as the Genuine Russell make of Machines. The
email Machines « ail respects the same as the largo
Machine, to run with Clear-, same as the old style Pills.
The above Machines are made at Buffalo N. V.,
expressly for me and under my uircotion. This make
of Machine has no rival, and has taken this year, the
follow ing list of FIRST PREMIUMS, to wit :
At the STATE PAIR in Bseriimenlo.ever ihe Russell;
In lows, Wisconsin, tliinois, Michigan,
Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland.
It has not been placed on Exhibition i«-any other State.
No Machine genuine, except Close made ai Buffalo,
N. Y., and marked “V, A. PITTS.”
C.M. Bussell’* Ohio Thrashing Machine.
Eight and ten Horse Power, manufacture.: ait Mas
aiton, expressly to fill my order, with exiras and alii
complete.
All sizes of the Ketchuin Combined
Iten per
On hand,and for sale cheap for cash.
ALL the different make of Thrashers which I repre
sent in dill advertisement, are manufactured only by
the parties above named, and stand ahead of all other
makers.
EXTRAS of all the, (liferent male of Machines, can
be had on chart notice.
List of Articles Manufactured at
TIIOS. OGG SIIA.W’3
AGRICULTURAL WORKS.
E. PECK’S IIEAPER OR HARVESTER, which la by
tar superior to any imported machine, t ><>k First
Vtemium at Sacramento in 1S58, ami in 1S59.
ffiis machine is both light and durable.
T/IE CALIFORNIA CO Mill NED REAPER AND
MOWKR. which cuts six feet in width, and is the best
machine on this Coast. This inacfcjne took tin* First
Premium at the great trial, last season, at Oakland,
over eleven other machines.
RIDER’S PATENT EQUALIZING SCREW HORSE
POWER.—Possesses great advantages .over any
other Power in use, and ia well calculated for doing
all kinds of work usually douc fey Horse Powers,
can be easily repaired, and at little expeoao.
EGGLESTON’S BROADCAST PATENT SOWING MA
CHINE.—This is the only Seed Sower ever invented
that can be depended upon for sowing of grain, on
all dualities ol tu*L and 4n c.11 kinds of weather. It
can be changed rateable to sow the smeUeat quanti
ty of Grass seed, per acre, to the largest quantity of
Wheat, Oats, Harley, or any other Giain, sown
broadcast. The cut-off slides are so arranged that
In closing out a land, any width may he sown, from
TWELVE FEET down to ONE; has taken FIRST
PREMIUM at every State andConnty Fair where
1thas been exhibited.
REPAIUIXG OF AU ItlSDS
Done at Short Notice.
tn conclusion, 1 will add, that all the above Goods are
made of the best material that the country will afford.
The mechanics employed are men of long ejc,pei ience.
■Every article manufactured is of the mofct approved
style and has the latest improvements of the day.—
While I feel thankful for all past favors, I trust that I
may meet with good encouragement in bOiW'.ng up
•nO.ME INDUSTRY.”
FARMING- IMPLEMENTS,
From a Hay Fork to a Twelve Horse
Power Thrashing Machine,
(Can he procured St my "Pioneer A&riculiuraJ Works"
THOS. OGG SHAW,
*8 Sacramento street, San Francisco, Cal.
nlh22 3mis
Machine Shop,
03 Maiden I.nne, bet. ‘-id and 3d Streets.
Marysville.
TTTE would respectfully inform the publib, purlieu-
If larly the miner.* and farmers, that we are now
prepared to execute'promptly, and In a workmanlike
manner, all kinds of work usually dane in well regu
tted Machine
fW“ Reapers, Threshers, and all kinds of Farm
ers’ and Miners’ Implements, Ac., Ac., repaired to or
der. STEIP A WALTHER,
june!8-my Proprietors.
Marysville Gymnasium
No. 151 Second St., between High and E,
WILL re-open on Wednesday, the 7th day of
November, I860, for general exer.eiae in Gym
nastics and Physical Training. The public are inci
ted to avad themselves of the benefit derived from
this institution.
The rooms will be kept comfortable day and night.
Doors open from 6a.m. to 10 P. M.
Terms—$3 00 per month In advance.
*ol C1IA?. A. KATZ, Proprietor.
HOPLEY & DOHERTY,
New Firm and New Goods.
A8 we Import onr own Goods, and
are not compelled to purchase from
other dealers at retail prices, we
can, and will, sell
TtrUNITTJRE and BEDDING,
■cheaper than any store in Marysville.
k# A superior article of bPRING BED made to
order and warranted.
Cor. D iutd First sts., Marysville.
june5
Administrator's Notice.
1 robate Court, 8utter County.—In the matter of the
Estate of J. W Ryan, deceased.
IW’OTICE is hereby given by the Ex
ecutor of the above named estate, to the credi
tors of, and all persons having claims against said
■deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary
T?J*™ er ®«within ten months from the first publlcatioi
Butter *** uuderslgned.at his residence in
lun. Mth, A. n., 1801. J. o. 0ONOFIOE,
janeM-lairtw- toseator.
professional.
ft, S. MESICK,
A-ttornoy at Xjaw,
OFFICF—Southwest corner of D and Second streets,
m hl9 MARYSVILLE, CAL.
REMOVAXi
CHARLES E. riLliIVS,
Attorney at Tjaw,
Has removed his office to
No. 44 D street, up stairs.
mar 15
H, .A..
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
..AND..
District Attorney,
Colusa, Colusa Co., Cal.
June6-8ra*
CHAS. M. GORHAM,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE Agent
OFFICE— South west corner of D and Second sts.,
up stairs.
AGENT of the following named Oompin'er :
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIUK INSURANCE
CO M PAN V—Capital $lii,W>0,000!
MUTUAL LIFE INSUUAOCE CIL, of New York-
Capital, $5,7S0,uO0! m2-tf
(Stresses.
LANGTON’S PIONEER EXPRESS!
Somi ■ W ooU ly To
WASHOE MXWES,
NEVADA TERRITORY.
LEAVES DOWN'IEVILLB OFFICE EVERY MON
DAY AND WEDNESDAY MOUSING, via JAMI
SON CITY, for
TRUCKEfi MEADOWS,
FKAJJKTOWN, Washoe ViUey,
CARSON CITY, Val'ey,
C»-NOA, Carson Valley,
CHINATOWN,
0P1IIKVILLE,
VIRGINIA CITY.
LEA YES MA R YSVTLLK EVER Y MO EDA Y
AND SA TURD A Y MORNING.
LKTTKJiS, VaLUABLK PACK AGK3, Ac., forwar
i)«m! to anti from the above points with promptitude,
dispatch aod security.
Note*, Drafts, Bills, Ac., collected or negotiated,
and all orders attended to promptly.
{W*All Letters for the Western Atlantic States,
enclosed in our Governra jnt-franked Envelopes, aril
indorsed “Overland, via. Salt Lake,” H ill be forward
ed and reach their destination sooner than by any
oth**r line. QGWmj
LANGTON’S PIONEER EXPRESS,
DAILY TO AND FROM
Downieville, Forest City, Camptonville,
CAN JUAN,
And all the different Mining Localities throughou
Yuba,Sierra,and Nevada counties,
CONNECTING WITB
R EI.I A RLE EXPR ESSES
To all parts ofOalifornla,the AtlanticStatee.
and Europe.
OFFICE—With Wells. Fargo & Co., I)
Street . Marysville.
ocl6-mj A. C. CHAPMAN, Agent.
GENERAL STAGE OFFICE,
CALIFORNIA
STAGE COMPANY,
IN BfcUJMAGIM’S BUILDING—D STREET.
k?TAGES LEAVE DAILY, FOR
Hamilton, Neal’s,Chico, Red Bluffs,
Tehama, Shasta and Yreka, Oregon
House, Keystone, Foster’s Bar,
Downieville, French Corral,
ifeiss’ Crossing, and Camptonville.
Long Bar, Empire Ranch, Rough and
Heady, Grass Valley and Nevada, Charley's
Ranch, Central House, Lyncliburgh,
Stringtown, Ophlr, Thompson’s Elat,
Garden Ranch and Bid well’s Bar,
Hansonvide and Forbvstown,
Long Bar and Park’s Bar.
JAS. IIAWORTII, Preset.
IY . II. —Passengers booking their names will be
called to.- In any par< of GUe-ei<ty. mhl -my
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE,
IjOJSTDOKr.
CAPITAL, $8,000,000.
iS>-AJLL KINDS OF RISKS TAKEN.®
AT HarXJCKD RATES.
Losses paid promptly by
e. pinnix, A^ont.
OFFICE ON FIRST 8TURKT, MARYSVILLE,
Next door to the BanVtog House of Decker, Jewett
A Paxton. w>v20-my
INSURANCE.
HARTFORD, PHCfiNlX, CHARTER OAK,
CITY and MERCHANTS
OF HA HTFORD.
The METROPOLITAN and GOODUfJE,
OF NEW YORK.
The subscriber having been appointed agent for the
above companies will receive applications -for Insu
rance. JOSEiMJ F. SMITH,
Lumber Dealer,
coinerfourth and Eetrert-s.
N. B. Woeden Buildings Insured. ap!7-tf
WM. C. SHAFFER
CHARLES ECnWAttTZ j
SHAFFER & SCHWARTZ
—HAVE REMOVED THEIR—
Tin and Stove Store,
From the Spring House, to
Mo. 152 Third Street,
BETWEEN IIIOII AND iE, Where they are now
permanently locate*!. They would here return
their sincere thanks for thenmnv pan favors rec-ived
at the hands of he public, and would ask a contmu*
ance • f the same. Their stock of -.roods will compare
favorably with any other In the city, consisting of
Stoves, Tin-Ware, Queensware.
HARDWARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
Also, a general assortment of
IE* XT n. 3\TITTJR.E.
hand Furniture bought at all times.
Tin Roofing, repairing of PumpB, Plumbing, actf a LI
kinds of Jobbing done to order, and Warranted.
mh29 SHAFFE-R A ftCLl WARTZ.
WILCOX & OIRSOX,
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTERS,
HAVE REMOVED TO 07 C ST
PAINTING, GILDING, GLAZING
AND
Paper IlangliiK,
Dona M tie horteet aoliee BaNslAcUon guaranteed
n *1! o*»*e. tfc JylO-my
" THR VOTDK OF THK PROPT,R TS TOR vnTrK OF OOD."
MARYSVILLE, CAL. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 2. 1801.
grugs and jfttcdicinrs.
SPRINGr TRADE
1861.
Coffin, Rbdisgton & C., I Rsdinoton k Co.,
Mew York. | tan Francisco.
RICE, COFFIN Sc CO,
Marysxrillo,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DnuaaisTs
AND
IMPORTERS,
—OFFER FOR SAI.E AT REDUCED RATES—
Staple Drugs and Chemicals;
Patent Medicines A Perfumery;
Window Glass & Druggist's Glassware;
Paints. Putty A Painters sirch;
Shaker Garden Seeds. Herbs and Hops;
Brushes of every description;
Spir es and Grocer's sundries;
Lamp Oil, Campenr, Turpentine
Coal Oil, Machine A Tanners do
Trusses, Supporters and shoulder Hraces
Soda, Bottle and Vial Corks.
RICE, COFFIN & CO.,
janl7 27 D-it., Marysville.
ItIKS. S. A. AM.EN’S
World’s Hair Restorer!
I* NOT A DYE.
It will restore the Hair ami Whiskers, however prey,
to their original Color. It contains no deleterious
preparations. It prevents the lulling of the ilair, and
€hires Baldness !
When not herlditary.
It will not stain the finest linen.
It is the best article in the World
For the growth and preservation of the Hair.
MRS. S. A. ALLEN’S
World’s Hair Dressing!
02
ZYLOBALSAMUM,
Is tlie most delightful and v Suable Hair dresser evei
invented.
11 cleanf*e« the Blair n «l Skill*
If cause* (lie Hair to Curl.
It makes tlie Hair soft ami silky.
It 13 a Superior Dressing for children’s Hair.
It is put up In large bottles.
It Is the best and cheapest preparation ever offered to
the public.
It Is sold by all Druggists and Anothecai lesthrough
out the country at retail,
AND AT WHOLESALE BY
RRDINGTON & CO., Fan FrtnJsco.
no21-my IUCE, COFFIN A CO., Marysville.
T II AT S U F F i: It
Y E
Head ! Hoad ! I
AND BE ASSURED THAT
Dll, PA RE IRA’S
GREAT
ITALIAN REMEDY!
Now known and approved by use for over
Fifty Yonrs,
?till remains triumphant over all the multifarious
medicines for the cure of PRIVATE DISEASES, no
matter how long standing, without any injurious ef
fects Vo the system. This remedy is warranted
P UliEL V Vh GLIA RLE ,
QUICK in • fleet, and CERTAIN in cure, actio* as it
does immediately on the organs THEMSELVES, giv
ing them energy and vigor, and removinginflamation
in a manner superior to any Medicine ever made
known to tlie world.
For sale hy D. BABCOCK, General Agent,
No. 73 Dtvis street, San Francisco,
and bv Druegis s throughout this State and Oregon
RICK, COFFIN & CO., Agents for Marysville
ap!2-8m is 27 D street.
I . Still'll A C O.,
KEG leave to Inform their "Id friends and custom
ers that they have opened a Stall in the
PJow City Marltot,
Where they will be please 1 to administer to the wants
of all who may favor them with theii patronage.
They ke«\P constantly on hand everything to be
found in a California inaiket Their Vegetables are
always fregb.
They always Veep the very best of Fresh Ranch But
ter and Eggs, Cheese. Lard, Ac.
Be mire and give them a call.
Stall, centre-of the Market, North side.
mh!2
MARBLE.
Premium Marble Works.
E»_ J. DEVINE <Sc BHO-,
K street, between Sixth, and Seventh streets,
Sacramento , Cel.
SCULPTURE, Rusts, Statues, Monuments, Totfvba
an<l Grave Stones,Mantle Pieces, table an«l coun
ter l ops, Ac., Ac ,constantly on hand, or made to order
ai the shortest notice.
Or lers from thec<*untrv promptly altended to.
N. B.— I*. J. I). A Bro. have received Diplomas and
jrold Medals at the several 8tate Fairs a from the
Mechanics* Institute. irnft-tf
Excelsior
Siivery aud Sale Stable.
D STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE.
MARYSVILLE.
ECKIIKTA JOHNSTON,
xuZ jfiL- PROPRIETORS
HAVING fitted up tl e above ttable in superb style,
are prepared to furnish their friends with any sort of
“ turnout*’they may de-ire.
H-ORNfcS AM) CAR) IAOES. and Saddleor Buggj
HORBKS, for sale nr hire.
Horses kept on Livery at most liberal rates.'
BtaLle open at ail hours, dav and nitrht.
JSCj&ERT A JOHNSTON.
/ 0 NEEIijSf*^
TJaWHIjIlY STORE
[ESTABLISHED IS APBIL, 1&50 ]
J« I) 6 B E L t,
«tACTtCAl. WATCH MAKE ,
No. IOG D Street,
OPPOSITE TIIE P08T OFFICE.
Particular attention paid to the Repairing of fln
Watehea. All work WARRANTED. dec31
irinhtng Saloons.
LOOK OUT jFOll SPOUT
—4TTHE—
Marysville Shooting Gallery,
THIRD STREET, NEAR D.
npHI9 favorite place of amuFement is becoming
I more popular every da\. The proprietor has
spare*! no pains or expense to make it a pleasant
place of resort. Everything connected with the Gal
lery is kept in the best, order, lie has the latest sty’es
ot Rifles, Guos and Pistols, which ar.- under the charge
of an experienced Gunsmith »• ifles, Pistols aud Guns
cleaned and loaded at the shortest notice.
T II -ES BAH
a tnched to the Gallery is superbly arranged, and the
LIQUOKS of the choicest kinds.
The undersigned, tuankful for past favors, hopes
still to merit a continuance of the same,
oc*) J. K.BROPHY.
P. SPRECKELS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors, Cordials, Syrups
..AND..
FIRST PREMIUM LAG Ell BEER.
■ mrE call (he attention of the Trade to our house,
IT feeling couftdent that we can give the mo3t
complete satisfaction as we always keep on haml a
large assortment of every variety of LIQUOKS.
We wish to call special attention to our
Premium Lnprer Beer,
which took the FIRST PREMIUM at the District Fair.
P. BP RECK ELS & CO.,
Corner C and Second streets,
ap12-my Marysville.
WHAT CHEER SALOON,
(What Cheer IIous Cellar,)
G. KATZENSTEIN, - - Proprietor.
Saloon is furnished with two BILT.IARD
J[ TABLES, and the Bar is supplied with the choicest
Wines and Liquors ami the finest brands of Cigars.
N. M. —I have a little of the BEST BRANDY in the
State-some that will do to oet on.
EVERY NIGHT..
sepSOmy G. KATZENSTEIN.
STOCK ALE AND PORTER
MANUFACTURED BY
JACOB GEISS,
AT T1IE
CALIFORNIA BREWERY.
milE above bevcrnges nre manufactured in this city,
l and are superior to those of any foreign or do
mestic nmnufactorv, now on sale In Ibis sState. The
name will be lound lor sale on draught, or in cases to
suit purchasers at
THOMAS GILLIUAX’S
A G E N T ,
High street, between First and Second,
Marysxrillo.
aplt-my
F. GRGLLAUD,
Corner Third and D Streets,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Solo Agont for
Chas. Covillaud’s Wines and Braneies
may my
NO
PURE ITALIAN BEES.
IHFOUTED BY S. B. P-IBSOSS.
A. .r. BlfiliOW,
Sofe Agent (or California and Oregon.
Sacramento, Jan. 2d, ’801.
I have this day furnished to TKI GARDEN A
RAMSDELL a supply of Italian Queen Bees,which they
arrto take to Marysville, to propagate ami sell on our
joint account. The Queens are selected from impoi t
,'d Queens, at <1 posess fully the superior qualities of
their race. Besides these, I have sold no Queens to
go to Marysville. A. J. BIGLOW.
We are well pleased with the wnrklnff* of the Italian
Be- s — in short they far surpass <>u r expectations, and
leave the common Bee far in the rear V. e put an
Italian Queen into a hive of common Bees on the 9th
ot January, and on the 16th f Match, it threw off a
fine large Mvarm which was nearly, it m t quite all
Italian Be» s VY'e have raised quite a number ot young
Italian Queens and are now prepared to fill all orders
for Qu*ens.
People living In, or near Marysville, can hnve
Queens Introduced into common swarms and guaran
ty, kd without extra charce We have extra good
swarms of Bees to the Harbison Ilive, with or without
Italian Queens, for sale.
Also the HARBISON 1UVE. HONEY, A .
OFFICE—At E. Teegardeji’s Fruit Store, In Odu
Fellow’s Jiuilding.
TI£f£Cii A KJ&KN A H AHlSDKLL,
mh24 Marysville.
ICE CREAM SALOON.
D Street, opposite the Post Office.
fllTTE undersigned would announce to the c't zens of
JL Marysville that he will, on Thursday evening 16th
Inst., be prepared to serve them with ICE CREAM,
an.I CRKAM ANIj STR X WHEKIUES of superior qual
ity, and in the nu st popular style. No pains wiil be
spared to make this one of the most deserving and
popular Cream Kit iblishments in the State It will he
considered no hruga'iocia, when it is known that I
have heen in th»- business constantly f"r twenty years,
SLould S say, that fer the .past, fifteen vetns I
known no superior in the manufacture of It E CKKAM.
To the great riisKerjitnin in Cream—richness and fla
vor —I shall be able to ive nroof that I have attalne i.
Families and Parties will be furni hed at short no
tice, with Cream of any flavor, accompanied by all
the necessary conveniences.
S. F. Rogers.
N. It. The undersigned, in charge of the Sa
loon, Confectionary and Fruit Department, Will be
very happy to receive the favors of his friends and
the public gen rally, where they can obtain all the
choicest varleti sot Strawberries, Oherri* s and Ap
ricots. Also Peaches, Plums and other fruits in th ir
proper seasons. [mal61 „ . „„
G. II. BEACII.
FOR SALE.
M A desirable Homestead, situated on Cat.,
between Third and Fourth. No 08. The
house is a commodious and substantial brick
—containing five rooms above and five in
the basement., making ten rooms,all conveniently ar
ranged. Lot 20 by 160.
Also adjoining a good Brick Store, lot 2 t by 160. —
Inquire on the premises, No. 98 0 street, evt side.
■p!8-tf
Information Wanted.
INFORMATION IS Wanted of PeWMcOreadv,
formerly of Dairy, Ayershir, Scotland, by hi*
brother James who has just arrived in San Francisco
from Melbourne, Australia. When last heard from he
was in Marysville.
Addrefi L. P. Haber, Adverting Agen», fan Fran
cisco. Junel2-9plw
Hotels and Restaurants
WESTERN HOISE,
CORNER SECOND AND D STREETS,
Marysville.
TI1K « i ubs»crihers having leased this pnpu
jj'.H Inr and well known Hotel, would assur the
t r |B| Travolipg Public, and city residents, that no
1 ■**•**» means will be left untried to enable them to
deserve a share ot their paironuge.
oc 1 ® MOODY k SMITH.
ST. GEORGE HOTEL,
ON FOURTH STREET,
M Between J and K streets,
S.URAJIESTO CITY,
J. R. IIARnENBERGIl, I n
may24-t J.B. DAYTON, (Proprietors.
HOTEL INTERNATIONAL,
(Jackscu street, a few doors above Montgomery,)
SAN FRANCISCO,
FOSTER, FATTEN & CO., Proprietors,
IS well kn -wn to the traveling public as a
First-Class Hotel In every particular. Prices
reasonable. Knlargtd, lie fitted and Refur
nished throughout. Table unsurpassed In
Finn Suits of U<>oms for Families. Patent
Spring and Iluir Mutresses in every double and alngto
room.
Our Porters \v 11 always be found on board, as
tin-steamer reaches the dock, to take charge of your
Baggage, and a Coach to convey you to the Hotel.
J. G. FOS rKIl, late Purser Steamer Uncle Sam.
I). K. PATTEN, late Book-Keeper of the Hoc a.
may 22-3m
this ci»y.
UNION RESTAURANT,
(FULLER'S NEW BUILDING,)
Second Street, between D & Maiden Lane
F. W. GEKICHTFN, Proprietor.
The Proprietor tikes pleasure In Inform
ing Ills oid friends of Marysville and the
Mountains, that he has opened the above
Zl location as a first class Restaurant.
Kvcrything is .NEW, ami will be kept iu the best of
style.
PK I C E S :
Board per week $6 00
Single Meals 6»cti.
All Kinds of Wines to order.
Parties and Balls supplied with SUPPERS on rea
sonable terms.
Families will bo furnished with Meals at their
resiliences, If desired. ap!7 my
HOTEL DU NORD RESTAURANT.
Corner ol Second and High Streets,
MAUYSVIL.LE.
THE subscribers, having leased the
above establl Imn nt, would state to their
friends ami the public generall • , that it
will be surpassed by none in the city;
and those who favor ns with their patronage may rest
assured that thev will not bo disappointed.
Z£T MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
Board per week fG 00
Single in al.< 50 eta.
Fresh Oysters In every Style.
T. MONRO,
W. T. ELLIS,
navAiHB in tnHsin
Warelionso,
LOWER PL.&ZiL

Wholesale Dealer
I N
California Brooms.
ALSO
Butter and Cheese,
V inogar.
mhT
BUSSELL MILL DUCK.
(From No. 1-0 to 1‘i-O,)
FOR HYDRAULIC MININGS
Giu a rail teed Kqunl,J if not
Superior, to
LAWRENCE MICK.
ARK NOW IN REOrLAR RECEIPT OF
▼ ▼ tfiis favorite brand of Duck l»y almost every
Clipper Ship, and are satisfied, if it Is k> v * n a trial t».v
ilie trade tli *t lias been buying heretofore the Law
rence Duck exclusively, will gi/e satisfaction.
For sale by —
JANSON, BOND&CO.,
Cornel- Battery unit Clny streets,
apt?-8m t an Ki ancinco.
Do not be Grey or Bald.
grey; MRS. S. A. ALLEN S ! K0
' I
pAIP 'WORLD'S HAIR RESTORER ,IA1R
GREY I j NO
AND
HAIR. I ZYLOBALSAMUM IIAIR.
mhlT RICE, COFFIN A CO.
Marysville
Wagon and Carriage
MANUFACTORY.
FA Mil. Y CARRIAGES,
BIGGIE*,
EXPRESS,
FREIGHT, FARIT
and all other kindsof WAGONS built and finished to
order. The undersigned are prepared to make all the
above description of vehicles, in a tnann r suited to
the climate and roads of Cai frirnla, and have aii the
necessary material aud facilities tor so doing.
They have also on hand a lot of
SUPERIOR WAGONS AND BUGGIES
of our own manufacture, which we wlii »ell at meat fa
vorable rates
The subscriber would also st*te that his manurnc
tnres hate been tried with imported vehicles, and have
alwsvs proved SUPERIOR TO EASTERN MAGE
WAGONS ANO BUGGIES!
The public Is Invited to call and examine specimens
of our work at the manufactory, corner of TUItCD
STREET AND VIRGIN Ai.LEY, M r vsville
J P. HAYES & CO.,
nils Wagon and Carnage Maker*.
Daily Rational grmorrat
tJ NION
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.
Resolutions adopted by the Democratic
Mate Central Committee May 8, lsG|.
Whereas, The Democratic party has ever been
the party of It altv to fret govern incut ami frater
nal devotion to the rights of the States of the
Union, and of till" avert op fidelity t«» the laws, the
Constitution, the Union, and the country ready
to maintain them by all proper means and ut
every sacrifice ;
And whereas. The country is now defending it
self against a war without justification, or decent
excuse; waged upon it by certain SeCided States
which is maoifesilv a war for the invasion of
our National Capital: l<>r the overthrow of our
Nat nal Government; the i ppi«-- n of the I
States ; the subjugation of the Union ; a war to
humble in the dust our National flag ; to wrench
from the American people their constitutional
rights of determining for themselves their own
policy! foreign and domestic, and to blot them out
from the class of the great powers of the world ;
And whereas such war, so aggressive in its
character, ami so deadly in its purposes, f roes
upon the country an is.-me which cun be met but
in one way by uny people having the comm< u in
stinct of self preservation, or worthy of uu exist
ence as a nation ;
Therefore, be it unanimously resolved by this
Committee,
1. That at this time, when the country is resist
ing with all its might a war of invasion and de
struction, indifference is impossible to the patriot,
and neutrality is cowardice, if nut premeditated
disloyalty.
2. That the people of California in the past have
been most anxiou> for peace throughout the I md,
and will hail w ith joy an honorable adjustment in
the future; at the same time they are, abort all
things, for the Union*, tin* Country and the Hag,
against all assailants—no matter who they are,
whence they come, or with what ptnver armed.
3. That in th s great crisis of the American na
tion and name our State will always, ns hereto
fore, faithfully discharge her Constitutional . bli
gutioiis t.» the Union and the Federal Govern
ment, and, as in duty bound, will earnestly sus
tain tin* constituted authorities ut Washington n
all measures necessary to defend and protect
either against this most unjustifiable und un
natural war.
4. That in the name of the loyal people of Cali
fornia, we demand of the General Government,
by all its power, to protect their lives and proper
ty on the hfeli seas, between this const and the
Atlantic, from the piratical [lag which uheudy
thr ateus injury, and would Ihll.ct destruction on
both.
6. That all former partisan differences are lost
in the present overw helming ci isis ; and h • who
would seek, by reviving them, to distract the t»eo
I le, o* to wrest from their honest and pati iotic
devotion some sordid partisan advantage, is not
true to the country, nor worthy the name ol
American citizen.
C. Tli if as < 'ahforniitns, we appeal to the whole
people of California, without distinction of party
or reference to paitisan i<>ues, to stand w nh us
l>.v "iir c aiiitrv and our flag, that all mav know
that the great Union Democratic I’arfy of Cali
fornia is the overpowering majority of her Citi
zens.
7. That with these views we cordially invite nil
patriotic men, who h< Id these sentiments to meet
in Convention at Sacramento, on the Fourth day
of July next, at 1*2 o’clock, to nominate candidates
to be supported at the ensuing election ; and wi
recommend in the election of delegates, that the
only test bo approval of tlies** resolution# and will
ingue-s to support the c mdid »tes nominated.
b That the people of each county I e requested
to meet in Convention m their re>p« ctive Counties,
upon the loth day of June next, for tie purpose
of electing delegates to the Convention, in such
manner as they mav deem proper.
9. That the basis ot representation in the Mate
Convention be one delegate for each countv, and
one delegate lor each 2.10 votes, which gives the
following representation :
In pursuance of the foregoing resolutions the
Convention w ill assemble at Sacramento City on
the fourth dav ot July next, ut 12 o’clock, m.
J P.llOGi:,
Chairman Dem. Ktu'c Central Committee.
John A. Mokbok, Secretory.
San Francisco, May Vtsth, 1861,
Groceries, jproi%»ons, &r.
LEWIS & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions,
Wines, LicinoiB, olo.
CORNER D AND THIRD STREKT3,
ap5 Odd Fellows’ Building.
mzw stozis.
M. C. DUFFICY
HAS opened the Store on the
Corner of E and Third Streets,
MARYSVILLE, CAL.,
Where he will have constantly on hand a full assort
ment of —
Groceries ami Provisions,
Liquors, Flour and Grain.
WHOLES A LE A El) RETAIL.
THtfieat price p-ld for Country Produce.
£&“ All order* from the Country promptly Atten
ded to. iuh20
HUDSON. WILLEY & CAINE,
i—DEALERS IN—
Liiuilirr, Doors, Windows Ac..
Corner oi C and Fourth st«., Marysville,
—AND MANUFACTURERS OF—
Xj XJ 1VI 13 33 n , •
Clipper Mills, Butte .county, and Challenge Mill* Tube
Oih25-tf county.
Fll{\ITH«»; STOKIi
..AND....
Billiard Table Manufactory,
(SO S riRST SIKAST, 0O11SIR or astDES lajjs.)
F TJ TZ "NT I T TJ R E
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
BILLIARD TABLES
MAXUFACTURKD. of all sizes. Marble and Wood
Bed-*, wi h Improved New stylo Cushion-, and
nr sale at the lowest prices. Plain and hanejr Cue-,
< ae-l.eatlier* Wax and Cloth, and every thing complete
f'-r furnishing Tables. Billiard Balls turned anti
colored. Repairing of Tables and Utensi s and all
kinds of Turning ti*>ne to on er and :t short noUce.
ifZT Cl'110LdTilL12iG done at Sau Primcisco
pru-e«.
iif~ Tha yrioo pikiJ fu." Second Hand Fur
allure
ipM-my KAISER A 00.
XO. 120.
£j3fri;tl Uotlrtt.
To the I’ncntiditiniial Union Men of
Vuba County.
Tlie Unconditional Union Men of Vuba connty
who mine CVuntty higher than Party; who are
in furor of concentrating the Union vote of tlii*
county on one ticket, in opposition to the “chip
trap" Democracy, are r. quest, d timed at their
various precincts, on Saturday, June 22, and
elect D.Jeirates to a t ootv volition, to he
held at M irvsville, on Monday, July |, 18(11.
The iipporiiouiueul for the couuty will he as wW
loivs ;
M irvsville, S4 Timbuctno, 10
Zahriskte’c, 2 Rose's liar, 2
lloncut, 2 McDonald's Mill 2
It |fi rs’s Ranch, 2 Sanders's Bar, 2
Sand Flat. 4 Sucker Plat, 6
Turner’s Sch, II, 2 Hn mi’s Valley, 2
\\ n.jf's Il< use, 2 Galena II oise, 2
l.ldza House, 2 Marlin’s Hi use, 2
Christian H ll, 2 lain* D ir X i. 1, t
Johnson’s Ranch, 2 Ratlroad IPII, 2
Round Tent, 2 K lilnh.c liar, 2
Parks lls.r 2 Clad n’s Ranch, 4
Perkins's Ravine, 2 Can pton's Mills, 2
New V rk House, 2 Mount II..pc, 2
Swiss Bar, 2 Dobbins's Ranch, 2
Brownsville, 2 Frei chtown, 4
I'.aizlevillo. 2 Indiana Rut eh, 2
Foster s Bar, 2 Strawberry Valley, 2
I t ({ Bar X .2, 2 Hampshire Mills. 2
•'ri 2 on HiII, 2 Galena Hill, 4
Barton II use, 2 Stale li ,n;re, 2
llessCmssinir, 4 Camptoliville, tl
Willow (.'reek, 2 Younts'5 11,11, 2
Natchez. 2 Hansnnvitle, 2
SAMUEL KNOX,
President Union ( luh. T.inhncton,
C. F. BROWN, Vice Pies id, nt.
E. M. Rac.aN, SecreMiry, jel3-td.
Meeting o! Union Delegates,
At nn informal meeting held Ht the Orleans
Hotel, it. baciaiuento city, on tiie ltfth day of
.June. 1801 . Composed of the del. g.le* elected
from vmioua eouiiti.-s to attend the Union
('on vein ion of t it is date, and of divert citizens
from other counties, David Jobs. n of ban
I* * a ncieco, was elected Chairman, and L. S.
laylor, of Sacramento, Secretary; where
upon, the folio* in if resolutions were offered
and unanimoudv adopted;
Kesolvm), That inasmuch as tue r»r< plo of di
vers counties of this* Slate have. m ruiou Clubs
nnd Countv Conv. ntii ns, designated the 10th day
i I duly. 1 'll, as a suit able dav for the holding of
a State Union Cor vention iries|HCtivu of purty,
now, therefore, it Is
Iti- solved, That this Convention do adjourn to
meet on the loth day of July, 1S»51, at the hour
of one o’cl* rk p. m., itt the city of Svcramento.
Rt->o? v'i i). That George Hutsiow. K. li Monks
and K H. Waterman, < f S.n Francisco, and I.
W. Underwood and I< S Taylor, « t Sf.craniento,
be appointed h Corresponding Committee to se
cure cone, rt of uctiuu among tho Union men of
the State.
Resolved, Tlntf all persona, irrespective of par
ty, who, like SccreL.n Seward and Senator Doug*
h*. have the coiling- to proclaim “That they will
sink party lor country,** are earnestly requested
to select d« legHt< s to attend the sa;d Convention
Mass Contention—-Sut er County.
The Comm (tee appo inted i*y the Union Convention
to c;»!l a Mas.-* M> ■< ting of the Union ruen of Sutter
C )uufy, Iwiw flxt'I up**u S .tunla.v, the 29th inst., at
Die day, ami Yuba Cltjr a* the place for holding the
same.
Lit o. i ry man who Is In favor of Ian* and order,
not only In our own County, but throughout the na
t.on, be jiicsent ami lend the influence of Lit pres
tncj at this nice k;g.
Good »i>eakera w ill be In attendance.
Janelg
FHANCIS II AMI.IN, ) n
SUSlMSlt 1‘AINE, flommitu*.
t'f?~T]ie following letter, which emphatically spenkj
fur itoelf, v us written by the Dean of the Faculty of
Ihc Philu ielphlA College of Medicine—to the editors
of the Pacific Medical ami Surgical Journal, San Fra
cisco,for publication:
Pun.arELPTTiA. January 17th, 1539.
T>» Hie editors of the Pan tic Medical Journal—
Gentlemen : My attention has been called to an arti
cle in the December number of your journal, in regar4
to the ad eiinili in degree granted by the Philadelphia
Colley of Medicine to Dr. L. J. C*apk;»y. When the
appliention for the decree was mud*- to the Faculty, It
was a< oinpaoie I by affidAvotj an j U »t monlals tothe
elTect tl-ut I>r. rsapknv was a regular graduate M. I).
of the University of Pi sth, had served as a surgeon in
the Hungarian army and was a regular practitioner
of medicine. On the strength uf these the degree
whs granted. The ad eundein degree, as its name im
plies, is o nf. rr» d <»ji graduates only, ami gives us
new privileges. Had these been the slightest suspi
cion ot irregularity, the application would have been
refused. By Inserting this lit your journal you w.li
do an art of justice to the College, ami confer a favor
on Yours, very respectfully, H. HAND,
Dean of the Faculty of the Philadelphia College of
Medicine.
DR L. J. CZAPKAY’S private Medical and Surgical
Institute i« on Sacramento Street below Montgomery,
opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Company’s office,
San Francisco. The Doctor offers free consultations,
and asks‘nor muneratio unless he effects a cure.—
Office hours from If a. m. to 9 p. at.
fEKTIFIfATIi.-l, the under.-dgned. Gov
ernor of Hungary, do testily hereby, that Dr. L. J.
Csnpkay I. . ; • rv -t during the >• »nte»l lor Hungarian
liberty, ** C h cf Burgeon, in tiie Hungarian army,
with faithful perseverance. Whereof f have given to
hint this certificate, aud reo tumend him to tii sympa
thy. attention and protection of all these who are ca
pable , f anpreca* ng patriotic self sacrifice, and un
•Usei ved imaforlune. KOSSUTH I AdOB,
Governor of Hungary.
Wa. uiNOTO.x Citt, Jan. 6th, lsftt- my It
CLARK & JENKINS’
STALL—X EXT TO OLD FELLOWS BLOCK,
In IJow City IVIarltot)
— DE.LKHS IS —
FltFMl XICtT*
,;W Of ercrjr de.crlptton, .•!' quilu'es and
fS prioqe that cuou-t tail to please every
— ■ *■ customer.
t'JT Goods delivered in the eitjr free of charge.
uih*.2
PIONEER
Li very aud Sale Stable.
Corner Second street and Maiden Lane.
JIARYSV1LLE.
ClAIUtlAuFS, BCGG11E5 ar.d p«»od Saddle Horses,
J kept eonetuMly on hand, to sale ur hire, on Uu»
inoMt lu>** ul term*.
t&T The uui •*? r&re and attention g:\en to Uorgy
eo ou Li-eery.
June* SIAW1&D * WILLIAM#.

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