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GKOttOR C. GORHAM K.niTon. MARYSVILLE. «♦» TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 2. Will Close on the Fourth. —The Bunkers of tliis city give notice in another colum that their houses will not be open for business on the Fourth. Messrs. Miner <fc Tomb notify their custom ers that they will close up at noon on thut day, ami that hereafter their ice house will bo closed every Sunday at 12 o’clock, M. Xunmu Seminary. —The annunl ex amination of Mrs. Poston's Seminary takes place to-day and to-morrow. The conclu ding exercises will take place to-morrow evening at 8 o’clock. Nones to Teamsters. —The teamsters of this city are requested to meet at tho Young America Saloon this evening at 8 o’clock. All are invited to be present, a» action will be taken relative to tho reduction of freight. Mtmo Wanted. —A person capable of play ing the fife or snare drum during the day, nnd the violinccllo or other hass instrument j„ a quadrille band during the night of tho 4th, call at this office. Stasis. —The Sacramento Stage arrived yesterday at a quarter before one o'clock, bringingthe mails and expresses. The Shasta stage will leave regularly hereafter, at two o'clock r. m. Dissolution. —lly reference to an adver tisement elsewhere, it will bo seen that the druggist firm of l’reabury A Wilkins has been dissolved. Dr. Wilkins will carry on the business at the old staud, and will also practice in his profession. Summer Beverages.— John Foster mixes delicious beverages at the Western House • iloon. They will be good to take on the Fourth. The Comet. — This magnificent visitor, though he came unheralded, is attracting universal attention. He retired on Sunday night at eleven o’clock, and at three yester day morning, he or another one, was visible in the north east. Tho public mind will be restless until it hears from the astronomers, who can perhaps tell us “what his lordly name is," or if he be indeed a stranger to mortals. The Fourth at the Buttes. — Tlio citizens of Sut ter county have made great prepara tions fur their celebration of the Fourth of July. A splendid flag, 24 by 40 feet, will be flung to the breeze from the top of a beauti ful flag Btaflf 80 feet in height, planted on the summit of the South Butte. In uddilion to the usual routine of national celebrations, patriotic speeches will be made by various orators. The big gun of Sutter ■will lie employed in firing a uational salute from the hill side. A flour is now being laid, in a rinaontio ravine near the base of the South Buttes, whereon the patriotic lads and lusHCB can dance to their hearts content, It will he a jolly celebration. The Sacramento State Delegation.— A resolution to instruct for Conness for Gover nor, was offered in the Sacramento County Convention on Saturday. The Chair ruled tho resolution out of order, for the reason that a similar one had already been indefi nitely postponed. An appeal was taken, ■when the Chair was sustained by a vote of ayes 82, nues 23 ; so the delegation goes un instructed. Nevada State Delegates. —The Nevada County Convention, on Saturday, appointed the following delegates to the State Conven tion July Fourth : Charles Kent, S. II. Chase, Dauiel Collins, A. II. llunsou, C. N. Felton» I. N. Dawley, J. II. Rolfe, A. Davis," A. 1>' Dibble, A. D. Brady, M. I 1 . O’Connor, S. Glass, J. If. Byrne, A. V. Ilealey', T. J. Fogg, Con. Riley, 51. Cass, E. Dewey, 51. W. Alar tin, N. B. Istnnn, T. B. Price, P. Shariden, Win. II. Hamilton, Morris Sheehan, G. K. Reed, James Muinott, M. Burns, W. W. Wix om, P. McGloni, J. C. Layton, J. E. Squire, John Hussey, J. Martin Bramson, E. I,. Mont gomery, L. McFarland and B. Boliummon. Tuolumne State Delegates. —The follow ing is the list of Delegates chosen by the Tuolumne County Convention to the Fourth of July State Convention: Leander Quint, J. 15. Douglas, Charles Heffcrman, 15. Gatlin, C. C. I’. Severance, W. F. Colton, Samuel F. Pike, Charles G. Noyes, S. F. Hopkins, G. A. Conrad, Wrn. Donovan, J. A. Rollins, John Green, Hugh Close, J. D. I’atterson, Charles Donnegan, Joseph Aldrich, Win. McAlfee, Oliver Wolcott, John Greer, Wjn. Darrow, James Stevenson, II. G. Crane, W. ltowe, P. Kelly, John Sutton, C. II. St. John. John Monahan, Allen Oliver. The following resolution was adopted : llefuhed, That our delegates to the State Convention be and are hereby instructed to vote for George S. Evans as a candidate for Clerk of the Supreme Court, and to use all honorable means to secure his nomination. Shasta County Nominations. —The follow ing are the nominations made by the Union Democratic Convention of Shasta county : For County Judge, C. C. Hush ; for Sheriff, John S. Follanebee; Tux Collector, A. Skill man ; County Clerk, John Anderson ; County Recorder, J. R. Durick ; County Treasurer, Felix Tracy ; District Attorney, W. L. Knox ; Assemblyman, George Woodman ; Assessor, Caleb Watkins; Public Administrator, Dennis II. Dunn; Superintendent of Public Schools, G. K. Godfrey ; Coroner, Joseph Simpson. Tlie following are the gentlemen chosen aa State delegates: Dr Kelso, If. Cooper, Win. Lean, J. T. Landrum, 8. Durbin, J. It. Knox, J. V. Scott, J. W. Garden, A. Skillman, J. lleagnn, Carr, Flynn and Hopping. The Convention unanimously adopted the fo[lowing : _ Resolved, That the delegates to the State Convention he and are hereby instructed to vote for It. T. Sprague, of Shasta, for Asso ciate Justice of the Supreme Court, and to use all honorable means to Becure his nomi nation. Tiie following State paper is from the Charleston Courier of the 6tli ult. The good people of South Carolina (if there he any left) will not be allowed to pay their honest debts : State or South Carolina, 1 Executive Department, June C, 1861. f I have understood that many good people have been remitting funds to creditors in Northern Slate*. In the existing relations of the country, such conduct is in conflict with public law, and all citizens arc hereby warned against the consequences. F. \V'. Pickens. A new army order burned in Miss Dix’s de partment prescribes a regulation drees which each nurtc will be required to adopt, and pro hibits the use of hoops in the service. The Irish Pres* on the War. Sonic days ago the disunion papers pub- ! lished, with much apparent satisfaction, a long editorial from the Dublin Irishman, strongly sympathising with the rebellious cause in America. The undoubted object of the publication of the article in question wus to cheek, if possible, the patriotic enthusiasm known to prevail filmost universally among the Irish Americans in this State. The promptness displayed by Irish citizens in the loyal States cast of the itocky Mountains, in enlisting in the war for the preservation of the Union, caused much trembling among small secession politicians in this State, who, anxious nnd willing to he on tho strongest side, have, nevertheless, been afraid to side witli the Union, lest that should prove the weaker side, owing to the fact that Republi cans are for the Union. These chronic office seekers shouted " abolition ” every time they saw anew American (lug raised, because they have contracted o miserable habit of consid ering everything as Iilnck Republican, that docs not favor “ tho South,” however wrong the South may he. If they could have fore seen that loyal Democrats throughout the Union would, ns they have done, take n bold stand against tile treasonable movements iu some of the Southern States, they would, from tho commencement, have shouted for the Union as loudly ns the rest. Feating, how ever, that iho current would run tho other way, nnd that none but Republicans would aid the Republican Administration in enforc ing tho laws, and maintaining the Union nnd the Constitution, they felt bound to cry out for pcnco, compromise, etc., nnd to denounce every e/fort made to crush out rebellion, ns abolitionism. Having taken that side of the question, they find themselves, ufter nil, in the very weakest sort of a party. The honest masses of the Democracy—those who voted for Breckinridge, ns well ns those who voted for Dougins,—refuse to lend aid nnd comfort to the vile miscreants who seek to humble the nation, nnd who have fired upon, the flay with out provocation. So the greedy fellows; who tried to take the strony side, hit made a mis take, are straining every nerve to deceive the people into joining them. They copy every article they can find, either iu the homo or foreign press, which can be twisted into a defense of treason, or a denunciation of the United States Government. They linvc un dertaken to capture what they call the " Irish vote,” ns though tho Irish born citizens among us were a flock of sheep, to he cor ralled whenever wanted, by n few plunder grabbers. The loyalty of Archbishop Hughes, of Tliomns Francis Mengher, of Col. Corcoran and his brave 09th Regiment, is not heard of in their papers; that would not accomplish their object. But they found an article to their liking in the Dublin Irishman, nnd straight way it was paraded ns a sort of argument why Irishmen should bo secessionists. Well, we too have an article from the Dublin Irish man, 'which we will publish; and it takes I back all that wus said in its formcv article, and gives reasons for so doing, Before going further wo may lie allowed to say a few words to our Irish friends. There is not an Irish born citizen in Yuba county who does not know that wo are, always have been, and always will be, an unrelenting enemy of all attempts to proscribe naturalized citizens. We have always been true to the Democratic faith as wo understood it; nnd the present efforts of Breckinridge leaders in the South, to destroy the Government, and the sympa thy they find here in California, prove that we were with the right wing of the party last fall. We know the loyalty which ani mates the hearts of Irish Amcricnns, and we know that those who reside in this vicinity, believe in our sincerity when we speak di rectly to then). We hate the expression of “the Irish vote,” because we know that it tends to create the false impression that Irish men are directed how to vote in a body, nnd builds up an opposition to them, founded in bitter and unjust prejudice. Wo hope wo may never aid in so contemptible n work, and we do not publish the extracts which ap pear in another column, with any other de sire than to gratify those of our Irish readers who may have been grieved to see journals printed in their native land, quoted by rebel sympathizers, in justification of treason agaiust the United States. Wo do not be lieve that tho Dublin Irishman, or the Dublin Nation, could influence any man litre to be come a secessionist ; but we quote from both, knowing tlint Irishmen here will be proud to rend that their old friends across tho ocean are true to the cause of civil nnd religious liberty, which must either bo maintained with tho Union, or with it go down forever. The extracts from the two papers referred to may he found elsewhere, ami we ask for them a careful perueal. Flag Hawing on Bear River. —On Satur day, a flag-staff one hundred foot in height, was raised near the store of Richard Baxter, Esq., on Christian Ilill, Bear River township, by the unconditional Union men of that vi cinity, and a splendid new American flag was run up to the summit. The hardy ranchmen from far and near, to the number of one hun dred nnd fifty, assembled on the occasion,and listened to an eloquent speech from Senator DcLong. of about an hour’s duration, fre quently interrupting him with cuthusiastio applause. Meanwhile the anvil pealed out first a National salute, and then extra guns for the President, for General Scott, Major Anderson, Ben Butler, Gen. Lyon, Gen. Sum ner nnd others, winding up the Inst of about fifty pounds of powder with a fizzle for Jeff. Davis. The Bear River people are sound on the Union, and among them all there is no one sounder than Mr. Baxter, who will see to it that the flag waves unmolested over his premises. After the flag-raising and speak ing was over, the crowd enjoyed themselves in a good Union merry-making, which lasted until the small hours, when they dispersed well pleased with the work they had doue. Announcement Extraordinary. —The New YorkTimcs of Juue SKb, furnishes the follow ing: It is reported that General Butler has ac cepted an invitation to deliver an oration on the Fourth of July at Richmond. Whether he will do it at the cannon's mouth, or with his own vocal organs, is not stated, but the oration no doubt will be a good one, which ever method he chooses. Nevada Countv Convention. —At the time of going to press we learn that strong Union resglutions had been adopted by the Demo cratic County Convention now in session, without a dissenting vote. John I, Caldwell, of Nevada, was nominated for District Judge on the first ballot; Chas. Kent, of Nevuda was nominated for Sheriff by acclamation • B. B. Layton, of Grass Valley, for Clerk'; Henry Everett, of Bridgeport, Treasurer; Thomas P. Hawley, of Nevada, District At torney.—AVcatfa Democrat, 2t tilt. Proceedings of the I'nton County Con vention-First Pay* Pursuant to a call of the Timbuctoo Union Club, the delegates to tlie Union Convention met at the Court House, Monday, July 1, at 11 $ o’clock a. M. The assemblage was called to order by S. Knox, and on motion, C. G. Uockius was tr ade Temporary Chuirman, and Geo. A. King Secretary. Tho following named delegates were ap | pointed a Committee on Credentials: J. II. Jewett, L. Burnett, S. Knox, A. 11. Julian and E. Teagarden. The Committee reported that the following person were entitled to seats as delegates, and the report was adopted : Marysville—J. H. Jewett, Wm. Ogden, A. J. Ilewett, S. M. Bliss, H. C. Lennox, Geo. Clark, A. I’. Spear, E. C. Boss, J. W. Talbot, S. W. Churchill, G. V. Dawson, M. D. Dob bins, J. O. Goodwin, Chns. L. Thomas, C. G. Bockius, D. W. C. Kice, M. Fuller, B. Bige low, T. J. Sherwood, Gid. Nightingill, Joseph V. Lyons, Geo. King, F. P. Osgood, W. K. Hudson, Thus. Lewis, E. M. Wright, Geo. Rowe, C. Covillaud, A. Cole, C. Myers, E. Teegarden, Dun. Schooley, Win. II. McGreW | Chns, ltaish. Timbuctoo —S. Knox, Goo. Kelly, A. II. Julian, J. W. Van Vcchter, John Ortmer, J- McAllis, W. Elliott, U. II. Thayer, J. II. Ma graw, B. Chadwick. Long Ban—L. Burnett, C. E. Stone, J. B. Hubbard, J. Jack, Thos. Anderson, W. Thrasher. Sucker Flat —M. Coleman, A. S. Morrison, S. J. Rogers, S. S. McNutt, Morris Bradley, Thos. Mooney. Galena IIcuse—J. M. Crowell. SruiNO Valley —A. Pauley, II. Cavolier. Indiana Ranch —D. R. Semple. Plumas Townsiiiii—Bear River —Joseph Johnston, John Seaward, I. J. Fileher, J. C. Sergeant, Roses Bar— D. W. Grant, W. J. Meredith, Sand Flat —J. Lewis, Richard Watters, II. Ilownstell. Yuba Precinct —S. Doul, S. Ingraham. Round Tent —J. T. Marsh, J. K. Lofton. On motion the temporary officers were declared the permanent officers of the Con vention. Adjourned till S| o’clock, P. M. AETERNOON SESSION. Mr. J. II. Jewett offered the following res olution : Renolved, Tlmt in the opiuion of this Con vention it is inexpedient to make nomina tions at present, and this Convention be ad journed to n future duy for that purpose.— Lost. The following delegates were appointed a Committee on order of business: \V II McGreer, S M Bliss, C E Stone, A. Sageant, and S Knox. The following were appointed a Commit tee on platform and resolutions : D R Semple, E Teegarden, George Rowe, John Seaward, and S S McNutt. Committee on order of business reported ns follows: Nominations: 1, Sheriff; 2, Clerk; 3, Dis trict Attorney ; 4, Recorder ; 5, Collector ; C, Assessor; 7, Treasurer ; 8, Surveyor; t), Su perintendent Public Instruction ; 10, Public Administrator; 11, Coroner; 12 three As-! semblymen ; 13, appointment County Cen tral Committee to consist of five members. Committee oil platform and resolutions re ported the following resolutions, which were unanimously adopted; Resolved, That wc esteem patriotism high er than party, and that we heartily approve the bold, energetic and fearless course of the Federal Government in defenso of the na tional territory and property from the attacks of rebels and traitors, ami we pledge our selves and all that we have in sustaining the Government in the use of nil its powers in maintaining the Constitution and Laws, and retaking and preserving the national proper ty, and in protecting Union men in all parts of' the country. Resolved, That the doctrine that a State is superior to the Federal Government and has a prior claim to our allegiance, is repugnant to the Constitution, and con only result in the destruction of the Union and the estab lishment of universal anarchy. Resolved, That we invite all who love the Union and the Constitution, and who favor the enforcement of the laws, to unite with us in one great Union party, whoso motto shall I be, Principle above Party, and the preserva tion of the Union at all hazards. Adjourned until to-morrow, at 10 a. m. The Great Bethel Allair. Tlio New York Herald, of June 13th, thus refers to this affair: The intention of General Butler, in dis patching the body of men under Gen. Pierce, was to destroy the batteries erected by the rebels at Big Bethel, from which point they had been annoying the Federal troops by scouting parties for some time past, in or der to accomplish this effectually, it was necessary first to get possession of Little Bethel, where the outposts of the stronger force behind were stationed, and this was to have been dono by a surprise, after which our troops were to have rushed on, and taken the batteries at Big Bethel before tho rebels were aware of any approaching attack But owing to the unfortunate mistake of Colonel Bendix’s regiment in firing on the Albany re giment just before reaching Littlo Bethel, this design was frustrated, it appears that the different regiments had made their points of junction at the time appointed, and had it not been for tho precipitancy of Col. Bendix in opening fire, ami thus alarming the rebel forces at Littlo Bethel, there is little doubt that the successful accomplishment of Geu. Butler’s plan Would have been attained. As it was, however, tho Albany regiment, sup posing that they were caught in nn ambus cade, returned the fire of the German regi ment, and the Zouaves joined in the combat thus giving notice of an attack to tho out posts in tho village. When the Federal troops got into Little Bethel they found the plnco vacated. The garrison had fallen back on the principal point of attack—the en trenched camp at Big Bethel—and the bat terien were there prepared to receive them when they came up. We know the result U hat teas intended to be a surprise turned out to bo nn engagameut with terrible odds against cur troops, and a contest in which they behaved most gallantly, though unable to attain their object from tho want of artil lery and ammunition. The loss on our side, however, proves to bo less than at first re ported— only fourteen being killed and about forty wounded; and the' most deplorable feature in the list of killed is that six out of the fourteen fell by tho fire of their own friends in the unfortunate collision bofore daylight near Little Bethel. The report that Gen. Butler had captured tho batteries at a later period of the day ap pears to be premature, and it appears to have arose from the fact that he had thrown for ward large reinforcements, und that n deter mination existed to take the batteries at all hazards. It is believed by the Wur Depart ment, however, that although the rumors of victory were premature, the immediate cap ture of the batteries is certain. Gen. Butler wisely remarks in his official report that we have gained rather than lost in this encoun ter, because the men have learned to have confidence in themselves under a hot fire, and the officers may have learned wherein their organization and drill are inefficient. Gen. Butler's command is to be reinforced immediately by ten additional regiments from the Eastern States. DISPATCHES FROM GEN. BUTLER. Lieut. J. II. Butler, nephew of Gen. Butler, i has arrived here with dispatched to General Scott. He elates that the roll was called be fore he left Fort Monroe, on yesterday at six o’clock, and there were but fourteen men killed and forty-five Wounded upon our Hide in all. Two were killed in the unfortunate meeting of the three different Federal de tachments, who before daylight came in con flict, mistaking each other for enemies. Twelve were afterward killed during the tight before the batteries.— Wash, dispatch. Union Democratic) Nominations in Siski you —State Senator, George F. Price; As sembly, Win. Irwin, 0. N. Thornbury; Sheriff, Dr. P. Ream; Tax Collector, M. Sleeper; Counnty Clerk, Wrn. McConnell; Treasurer, 15. F. Varney; Assessor, Thomas O’Rourke ; Public Administrator, B. L. West brook ; Surveyor, S, S. Rice; Coroner, Dr. C. N. Collins. Fourth of July at the Buttes. All the arrangements have been made to Cele brate the 4th in n proper manner near Vanlleet’s, in the South Pass of the Buttes. Ample provis ions have been made for dinner, and cooling bev ageg. The order of exercises will be as follows: 1st. liaising of flag about 10 o’clock A. M. 2d. 84 guns. 8d. Heading Declaration of Independence, by G. E.Isaacs. 4th. Music. 5th. Oration, by Gen. Rowe, of Marysville. 6th. Music. 7th. Address, by Dr. llaswell, of Nicolaus, 8th. Music. 0th. Benediction. 10th. Dinner. An ample structure will be erected to accom modate tnose who wish to attend the Ball at n igh t. By Order of Committee of Aarrangements: A. \Vibnr, J. Jones, R. l’erking. M. C. Monger, A. Masroni, Y. Sarka, J. M. Case, S. Blodget, F. Hamlin, Win. Vantleet, S. l’avne, G. N. Smith, Wm. Neal, G. E. Isaacs. jy2-td MARRIED.' At tho residence of Gen. Jno. A. Sutter, by the Rev. Charles Dierking, June 27th, Win. Alphonse Sutter, youngest son of Gen. Sutler, and Miss Rosa Paulina Stoos, of Canton Bern, Switzerland. San Francisco and New York papers please copy. School Examination. The annual examination of the Marysville Seminary will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 2d and 8d of July, at 9 o’clock, A. M. Concluding exer cises on Wednesday evening at S o’clock. Friends ai. 1 parents are invited to attend. Notice* The offices of the undersigned will be closed on Thursday, the 4th of July. REYNOLDS BRO’S. DECKER, JEWETT & PAXTON. LOW BRO’S & CO. jj2-3t Jfytrr Jldccrtismcnts. lied tea I Notice. THE UNDERSIGNED would inform his friends and the publle that he has taken up his residence in the city of Marysville, and will practice his profession in connection with his drug business. Office at his store, No. f>9 D street. Residence Sixth street, be tween I) and E Streets. july9 E. T. WILKINS. IN'otice. ON the Fourth of July our Ice House will be closed at 12 o’clock, M. No Ice will be delivered after that hour. Hereafter the Ice House wiil be closed regularly every Sunday at noon. People wishing Ice on Sun day will remember and get it in the morning, july2 MINER A TOMB. Dissolution of Copartnership. f ■ Copartnership heretofore existing between the 1 undersigned, under the name of PRhSBURY & WILKINS is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons having claims against the late firm are re quested to present them to E.T. WILKINS for settle ment. All persons indebted to the firm are arnestly requested to make immediate payment to E. T. Wil kins, who is authorized to sign the firm name in liqui dation, and who will continue the business at the old staud,No. to) D Street, Marysville. W. W. PRESBURY. E. T. WILKINS. Marysville, July 1,1S61. |ully2 Summer Beverages OF TIIE COOLEST KIND Mixed to suit all tastes, AT THE Western House Saloon, july2 JOHN Q. FOSTER, Proprietor. HOUFLER & SHUSTER, 73 30 Street, Next door to the St. Nicholas Hotel, II FOK SALE— English Walnuts, Brazil and Hickory Nuts, Chestnuts, Filberts; Almoiuls, Pecans; Figs, China Dates; Frillies, Raisins; Citron and Tamarinds; Oranges, Limes and Lemons; Slick and Fancy Candies; And every variety of FRESH and DRIED FRUITS. The best CIGARS and TOBACCO for sale. Alao Agents for SNOW, CARPO & BRO'S celebrated Blacking. All of the varieties of the Seasou, kept on hand sold as low as elsewhere. All orders promptly filled. juneBO NOTICE IS hereby given that the undersigned will apply at the next session of the Board of Supervisors in and for Yuba County, for a renewal pf the License to keep a TollBridge across the North Yuba River, at its junction with Cherokee Creek. Woodville Bridge, Yuba County, Cal., Jane 18th, 1261. june30-5w J. PULTZ ACO. ISTOW L-AISTDING Hit Ijato Arrivals. Brown Drills and Sheetings, 30-1 INCH SHIRTINGS, KLi; u IIEI) SHEETINGS ASSORTED WIDTHS. ALL GRADES AND COLORS. Prints and Delaines IN GREAT VARIETY. Dress &, Fancy Dry Goods, ALEXANDRE’S GENUINE KID GLOVES. Gents' Furnishing Goods. DAVIS &. JONES’ SHIRTS. Flannels, Hosiery &c.j HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS. Brussels and 3-Ply Carpets, new pattern. Papor XZangizxgs, DRUGGETS. Matting, Hollands, Hemp Carpet* AGENCY FOR Jewett’s andComou's Oil Cltobs. For sale for Cash, or to first class, prompt paying trade, at a discount from market rates. FRANK RAKER, 110 and 112 Clay street, San Pranctaco. juneSU Bui is Just Received, AT the DRUG STORE of.S. T. WATTS, direeffrom the Atlantic States, a large and Fresh Supply of Drugs, To which wc invite the attention of the trade, juuc22-U D street, next door to Wells, Fargo & Co. UTettr MARYSVILLE PIONEER Assay Offico. H. HARRIS & GO., E ST.,NEAR THE CORNER OK SECOND ST. MARYSVILLE. Also—78 J Street,Sacramento, 105 8acramentostroet,Ban Francisco. Aurora, Esmeralda Mining District. Will contlnueto carry onthebusiness of Melting, Refining and Assaying GOLD AND ORES OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. Advance* made on GOLD DUST; GOLD DaRS bought and sold. Returns made in Bars or Coin, in Six Hours. Shippers of DUST can draw, against consignment, on our houses at MARYSVILLE, SACRAMENTO and SAN FRANCISCO, and Check Books for that purpose will be furnished by us. They would respectfully solicit from the Miners and Dealers, their patronage. As vouchers, for the cor rectness of their Assays, they refer, with permission, to the following Bankers, who, for nearly four years, have shipped Bars assayed by them to the Eastern States and Europe : B. Davidson, Esq., San Francisco. Messrs. J. Parrott A Co., “ “ 8 ather & Church, “ “ Tallant A Wilde, “ « Reynolds, Reis A Ce “ B F. Ffastings A Co., Sacramento, I). O. Mills A Co., “ Low Bros. A Co., Marysville, Decker, Jewett A Paxton u Reynolds Bros., “ Messrs. B. Bcrend k Co., New York, “ Trevor A Colgate, u Quicksilver Agency of the New Idra Mines, The best article in the State, sold at San FranMsco Agents’ rates. . M maySb ft. HARRIS A CO. . L. 107 Second Stroct, nANVPAOTDRGR AIVU —DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF— Saddlery, Harness, Leather, Whips, California Bits and Spars, California Saddles Texas Ranger do. Mexican Wagon Ladies* Concord Long Tug-Team Four * 6-HIulc heavy Hook and Terrel do. Half Tug do. Jersey Team do. Doable Shifting • Double Buggy Single Buggy Trotting Bitting Ko. 1 Blaek-Susike Whips: Washoe Out-Fits ; And all articles belonging to the trade, on hand, and for sale at reasonable rates. mhlO do. do, do. Harness; do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do, do. do. Cigars, Tobacco &c. I HAVE THIS DAT RECEIVED Havana Cigars— of the Choicest Brands; Imitation and Home Manufactured do; Toltiicco—.III ltr:tu<Is; Genuine Mecrsham Pipes I'lai’ing Cards Snuff; Matches; Cigar Cases, etc. etc. Which I will offer at prices that will ensure patron age. JOSEPH TUCKER, Successor to Wm. Abbott, jun3*lra 74 D Street. Spring Stock of Goods AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES. TnE UNDERSIGNED have in store a fresh stock of the following goods : ‘40,000 lbs. Almonds, Walnuts, Chesnuts, Ac., Ac. 10,000 “ Cooking Prunes ; 5,000 “ New Figs; $8,000 “ Fresh Chile Peaches ; 2,000 11 Dried Cherries; 1,000 “ New Citron; *4,000 n Assorted Candles; 500 “ Liquorice and Sugar Sand ; 1,00O “ Fresh China Dates; 500 “ Shelled Almonds and Seedless Raisins ; 300 boxes'Lay£r Raisins—whole, hlf and qr txs ; 100 doz. Jellies and Jams—in glass and Tins ; 100 “ Oysters—Assorted brands ; 100 ** Pie Fruit’s—in Glass and Tins, 100 “ Green Corn, and Tomatoes; 100 M Fresh Apples', Pea..hes and Strawbr’s 50 “ Preserves aud Pine Apple; 50 “ Pure Iloney and assorted Fruits ; 50 “ Roast Cliiekon and Turkey ; 50 “ Clams and Lobster; 25 “ Preserved Ginger A Worcester Sauce : Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Ac. —ALSO— All Kinds of Fire-Works, For sale In lots to suit, at SAN FRANCISCO PRICES. By McQUINN A CO., junel No. 22 D street, Marysville. t H c a a a sS I* a •• a g O Q § o® e«| J5 £. 8 O S N. J* “ MV « O > H H 02 5*3? 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ST £ -<• £ y «» 3 <t re w_ O 2*3 3 ?ej «- 2 -.«< O o * — p. ro V.P S 'Z'+a © o 2 * c e*’’ ►< o * S* s!-| 2 ’ »•< ; s*« ? ts - * 3 = 2, ° 3* ft r * 2.0 02 c. “ r V; ?3 ® C 3 |tcm MAKYSVILLJi Assay Office, THEALL & CO., NO. 102 FIRST ST., BETWEEN D AND HIGH, MARYSVILLE, CAL. ii OLD aId o IlIJS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MELTED AND ASSAYED. Returns made In from six to twelve hours, in BARS or COIN. Charges for Assaying, same as in San Fran cisco. WeGuaran to the correctness of our Assays, and discount our Bars at the very lowest rates. Dust consigned to us, from the Country, will meet with prompt attention. Coin will he returned the fol lowing day of receipt, or disbursed according to in structions. CHECKS AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE Procured and forwarded. Advances made on Dust left with us for Assay. To those who wish to Check against their Consign ments, Check Dooks will be furnished. All business entrusted to our care will be promptly and accurately attended to. ap7 THEALL A CO. Fire Works" J. McQUINN & CO, ..AGENTS FOR.. O.F. GRIFFIN & BRO S LABORATORY SiJ.X rS,A2JCISCO, FOR THE JfSanufaetureof FIRE WORKS or Every Description! Exhibition Work made to order. We liave a Fine Assortment ot DESIGNS & DRAWINGS For Committees to Select from. Wc have engaged the Services ol MR. GEORGE H. FOWLER tile Crli'lirated F; roti'i'lmist li om tlic Laharatory of Hlessrs. .1. asova:v & ( »., BOSTON, With his long Experience, There is no such thing as fail / For further information, cn quiro of our Agonts in Marysville, m»v‘2Q-f*w ** L. B. 31LBB, Corner K and First sts., Marysville* WUOLLESALE DEALER IN Groceries Provisions LIQUORS, CLOTHING &c-, Offers for sale to country Merchants and Mining Companies, a large and well selected assortment of goods. Always on hand, LAWRENCE DICK Of my own imputation, at SAN FRANCISCO PRI CES. m«y29 IVol India rmaEtcipalioii. miJE Twenty-Third Anniversary of British West In- JL dia Emancipation will he celebrated by the color ed eltisens «-f Marysville and vicinity, August 1st. lsfll. It will be recollected that on that day 800,000 human beings were emancipated from the dreudiul yoke of bondage and slavery. Wc hope that the day Is not far distant when we shall be privileged to rejoice over the downfall of a system which new holds over four millions of our brethren In bonds, groaning under the accursed in stitution of American Slavery. We want to see all of our friends from the upper counties at our jubilee. We promise them a pleasant time nnd they sh» ll return lmme filled with gratifica tion at what they have experienced. On our next anniversary we thall have our friend and coadjutor, Fred Douglass, out here to perform the duties of the orator of the day. Those of our white friends who may feel disposed to pr< s nt sha I be sure of a h sari y welcome* The ceremonies and barbecue will take place on Mr. Breeding’s Bauch, about 8 mile* from Marysville In a beautiful grove. Speeches from several gentlemen will be delivered. Reading of the Emancipation Act and a I’oem, and other exorcises to be announced hereafter. After passing the day pleasantly the party will re turn the city and prepare for a dance and supper— at which there will bo speaking—-in the evening. 8. HOWARD, C'h’n Com. of Arrangements. june29 him ii i .i ini i* ai:ih:\* THUIESE PLEASURE GROUNDS are now open as a JL place ot' resort under the management of H. SNOWHITE, an old resident of Marysville, The place will he kept up in good style, and no pains will he spared to make it a pleasant and attractive place of resort. Refreshments will be furnished at all times when desired. Fruits of all kinds can be had in their seasons. june27-tf A Grand Entertainment will be prepared for the Fourth, of* July. And all those who are tired of the hea and dust of the cl y on that day, can while away a few hours very pleasantly at Hock Farm. 0T* Good Music has been engaged for the occasion. ANALYZED BY CHILTON. Bear In mind that while other hair dyes are endorsed o» harmless and efficacious by their proprietors alone , CRISTADORO’S HAIR DYE is certified by Dr. Chilton, the distinguished Chemist, to be free from POISONOUS MATERIALS, and therefore as safe as it is superior. Dr. Chilton lms been selected by the city of New York to analyse the CROTON WATER, and he has pronounced Oristadoro’s Dye as inocuous as that water in its purest condition. Sold everywhere and applied by all hair dressers. Cristadouo, No. 6 Astor House, New York. GEO. W. SNELL, Agent, je28 180 Washington st., San Francisco. BOARD WANTED,-A man and wife wish to obtain a room, with board, with a private family. For further particulars, apply personally at this office. ju27-2t lantong looses. P. Decker, .J. H. Jbwktt. ... DECKER, JEWETT & P4XT0N BANKERS, MARYSVILLE. Banking Hours—fn-m 9 A.M. to 4 p M ADVANCES ON HOLD D II g »[ FORAS8AI AI 0.8.M1RT. CHECKS AT PAR,ON irtOTT Ob Co SAN FRANCISCO, B. F. HASTINOS & C() , 8A0RAHKNT0. OURSIOHT AND TIMB DRAFTS OR AlfimiCAN EXCHANOB ltANir »«» TORR, "*» Availablein the principal cities ofthe Union REYNOLDS BROS BAKrKER Si N°- 11 it Third Street, ITIurj-svI. SELL EASTERN EXCHANGE In suras to suit, at favorable rntes PURCHASE GOLD DUST A GOLD BARS At best raarke rates, make advanceson G olll , or Coinage on favorable terms. Draw Checks at Par ou REYNOLDS, UEIS &. CO.. BAN FRANCISCO B, F. Hastings T « Co 8ACRAMKNTO, Attemlto Oollections and transact ageneraiBink ingUusiness. (M’ICKilLVER. A large supply from the Enriqueta Mines, constantly on hand ami for sale al San Francisco agents’ rates which we warrant to be GOOD, or refund the money je2T-myd4w REYNOLDS BROS. l'OIS DAILY LINE SACIMIIE^XO. AT 7 o’clock A. M. Vonng Amrrirn — M. Littleton?WasJer. Swallow, W. 8. Summers, 11 Connecting at Sacramento with the elegtai steamers lIlYSOrOLIS and ANTELOPE, l or S:m Francisco. ForKreightor Passage apply on Hoard. or attU officeol the Company . IIKNKY OILMAN , selmy2dp A pent Cal.SteamNav. Co. IRON, STEEL dc. IN PART OF— Ilcflncd Har Iron, Sweeds Hammered Sheet Hand H "P Galvanised Russia Sli 'e Shapes, Nail Hods, Spike Hods, Cast Steel, Milan Steel, Plow Steel, Spring steel, Sheet Steel, German Steel, Bellows, Fo rg* Hacks, Anvils, Vises, Tire Benders, Screw Platts, xr Carriage Springs, Seat Springs, Wagon Hoxetr, Carriage Holts, Horse Nails, Borax, Nuts and Washer.*, Corking Steel. SULIIY A CO., 2*A and 24 Estrefl. TitixiuifIt's Stock. Q0NS1STINU IN PART OF— Tin Plato, Ration Tin, Zinc, Sheet I ron, Sheet Copper, liar Coppt r, Tin’ll Copper, Copper Bottoms, Sheet Bra I •, with a (nil assortment Pot Covers, Pull Cover*, Ten Kettle Brest, Tin’U Rivets, Black Rivets, Copper Rivets, Polderlng Copper**, Spelter Solder, Soft Solder. Tinman’* Tools, for sale by SIIHY A CO., 22 and 2>E street. ( oil ( iiuiu. V(,T, sizes for sale by— SICI.UV A CO., 22 ami 24 MtRtl- li C.'iinilii'ilaml Coal. Y the Cask or Suck. Fur sale by— SEI.BV&CO., 22 ami 24 E street. E. WIDEMANN, WHOLESALE JBBtt IMPORTED! AND NATIVE WINES, LIQUORS, COGNACS and PROVISIONS. OKi' 1 KIIS TO THE TRADE HIS LARGE AND SELECT STOCK, CONSTANTLY RECEIVED BY THE LAiEDt ARRIVALS. D EP © T Of the Most Celebrated Brands ol FRENCH COGNACS, Wisconsin Housoi CORNER OF B AND THIRD STREETS apl5-iny2p MARYSVILLE. WEAK* & MASOIV, foewardin & AND COMMISSION WAREHOUSE, Fire-Prool Building, West wide oi FI* 1 ** MARYSVILLE. Goods Received, Stored & Forwarded TO ALL SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY - Also, dealers in flour, Crain, »“<* “II lllll<i8 niay!i> nicotic JFio4pce.