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XUE-NATIONAL DEMOCRAT and weekly. UY A. s. RANDALL & CO. . , baVDALL, 8.B. CHRISTIAN, J. F. WHITAKER A 0. L. CRAOKBON, W. BOULWARK. Office comer Maiden Lane and Second Street. TEEMS OFTHE DAILY: rKIt WEEK. FIFTY CENTS. for one year,(per mail In advance). *1'0 00 .* 8i x months ‘ <> three the weekly democrat r. published ‘very Saturday mor.ure, an« contains twenty -eight columns of reuding matter. Tneaimol the pul Haliers will be to make It a a Rood paper, and »3 LI (table c ttart.’iR for.’’i'hentlsiii the Atlantic States. TEEMS OF THE WEEKLY: PUR YEAR (by mail )....FIVE DOLL A BS. fix Montht *8 00 | Three Months ... *2 0 , List ofAgcula. C.P. FISTTF.lt. San Francisco. K. B. DAVIDSON Sacramento. ji O. SIMPSON Orovilleand vicinity. FULLER ft PARLEY, Camptonville. J ST. O. WILSON St. Louis. VYERHTS, WILSON ft CO„ Pine Grove. DR. O. S. HlHtNHAM Morrison’s Diggings. HUNTINGTON BROS., J. W.OAEAR.Downieville. j F. FEEKS New York. E T .IORDAN North San .Tuan. s COOK Long Bar. O.II. A *TNO. STONE Nevada. W.K. SPENCER Grass Valley TflOS. OGG SHAW. STEAM THRASHERS TOR 1861. 40-INCII cylinder, .Ino A. Pitts’Genuine make, Buftalo,N.Y •ittITII ALL OF 0. M. RUSSELL'S Improvements W in the Shoe nnd Cylinder; superior to tin; Rus sell make of Machine, both in material ami workman chip, r.s well ns finish; with TWELVE nORSE POWER STEAM ENGINE, nn Trucks, nnd capable of Thrashing in one day, at vast Three Thousand Sticks of yvain, which is more than has ever been done by any machine,in the same length of time. I, G, 8 &i 10 and 12 Horse Genuine Pitts’ Machines With all of Russell'V latess improvements in the Shse wid Pivot Cylinder, to run with licit and Jack, the »w.e as the Genuine Russell make of Machines. The tat il Machines in all respects the same as the largo Machine, to run with it ear, same as the Old sty le Pitts. The above Machines are made at Butfalo N. Y., expressly for me and under my direction. This make nf Machine has no rival, and has taken this year, the following list of FIRST PREMIUMS, to wit : At the STATE FAIR in Sacramento, over the Russell; In Iowa , Wisconsin, Illinois Michigan, Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland. Jt lias not been placed on Exhibition in any other State. No Machine genuine,except those ntade aj Buffalo, N. Y., and marked “J. A. PITTS.” C. M. Russell’s Ohio Thrashing Maeiiine. Eight and ten Horse Power,manufactured at Mas rlton, expressly to fill my order, with extras ur.d a'J complete. All sizes of the Ketchum Combined Reaper On hand, and for sale cheap for caoli. ALL the different make of Thrashers which I repre sent In this advertisement, are manufactured only by the. parties above named, and stand ahead of all oilier •nxkers. SXTRA S of all the differen t make ej Xach'i ues, can le had on «h*>rt notice. List of Articles Manufactured T1IOS. OGG SHAW'S AGRICULTURAL WORKS. C VECK'S HEAPKH OH HARVESTER, which is by tar superior to any imported machine, took First Premium at Sacramento in 1858, !in»l in 1359. Tiiismachlnc is both light and durable. THE CALIFORNIA CO'1 BIN ED REAPER ANI> MOWER, which cuts six feet in width,anil is lliebest machine on litis Coast. Ttiis machine took the First Premium at the great trial, last season, tit Oakland, over eleven other 'machines. RIDER'S PATENT EQUALIZING SCREW IIORSE POWER.—Possesses great advantage* over any other Power in use, anR is well calculated for doing all kinds of work urn ally done by Horae Powers, ran bo easily repaired,and at little expense. EGGLESTON’S BROADCAST PATENT BOWING MA CHINE—This is the only Seed Sower ever invented that can be depended upon far sow log of grain, on all qualities ot soil, ar.d in all kintis of weather. It ran be changed suitable to sow the smallest, quanti ty of Grass seed, per acre, to the largest quantity of Wheat, Oats, Barley, or any other Grain, sown broadcast. The cut-otT slides are so arranged that in closing out a land, any width may be sown, from TWELVE FEET down t«* QNK; has taken FIRST PREMIUM at every State and County Fuir where it has been exhibited. REPAIRING OF AIX KIN OS Done at Short Notice. In conclusion, T will add, that nil the above Goods are made of the best material that the country will afford. The mechanics employed are men of long experience. Every article manufactured is of the most approved style, and has the latest improvements of the day.— While 1 feel thankful for all past favors, I trust that I may meet with good encouragement in building up ‘HOME INDUSTRY.” FARMING IMPLEMENTS, From ;i liny Fork t« ft Twelve Iiorsc Pow er Thrashing Machine, Can be procured at my “Pioneer Agricultural Works" THUS. OGG SHAW, Hit Sacramento street, San Francisco, Cal, rali22 Sink, Machine Shop, «3 Maiden Lane, bet. 2d Rnd 3d Streets. Marysville. WE would respectfully inform tlie puWSb, parllcu lttrly the miners and farmers, that wc are now prepared to execute promptly, and in a workmanlike manner, all kinds of work usually done in well regu* ted Machine Shops. SW* Reapers, Threshers, and all kinds of Farm ers’ and Miners’ implements, &>•., &c,, repaired to or der. BTKiP & WALTHER, junel8-my Proprietors. Marysville Gvmnasium No. 151 Second between and K, WILL re-open on Wednesday, the 7th day of November, I860, for general exercise In Gym nastics and Physical Training. The public are invi ted to avail themselves of the benefit derived from this institution. The rooms will l»c kept comfortable d>y and night. Pours open from 0 a. m. to 10 P. M. Term- 4 —$8 00 per month in advance. nol CHAP. A. IvATZ, Proprietor. HOPLEY & DOHERTY, New Firm and New Goods. AB wc import our own Goods, and are not compelled to purchase from other dealers at retail prices, we can, and will, tell FURNITURE and BEDDING, cheaper than any store in Marysville. A superior article of SPRING BED made to 0rder and warranted. Cor. D and First sts., Marysville. june5 N‘ Administrator's Notice. 1 rebate Court, Sutter County.—In the matter of the of J. w Ryan, deceased. IOTIOF, is hereby given by the undersigned, Ex *CUtor of the above named estate, to the credi .. rs °L and all persona having claims against said vnnv. 8 *”’ to the same with the necessary "Chers, within ten months from the first publicatio l ,ic ® to the undersigned, at his residence in •'""eJJtk.A.n,, 1361. J. c. DON’OIIOF, ,mne26-laiv4«* Executor. at. S. JflESICK, Attornoy at Xia w« OFFICE—Southwest corner of D and Second streets, uihl9 MARYSVILLE, CAL. hemovaxj . CHARLES E, EILKINS, AttorrLcy at Ijww, Jins removed his office to No. 4i D street, np stairs. mar 15 II, .A. 'LEASE,’ Attorney and Counsellor at Law, .. AND.. District Attorney, Colusa, Colusa Co., Cal. june0-8m* 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 Companies : LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY—Capital $10,0110,000! MUTUAL LIFE INSURAOCE CO., of New York- Capital, $5,750,000! m2-(f (gxgmgis. IiANGTON’S PIONEER EXPRESS! Somi-'VAT ooltly To X7V.A. SItO 13 1VTX3V XJ.3S, NEVADA TERRITORY. LEAVES DOWNIKVILLK OI'EIOE EVERY MON DAY AND WEDNESDAY MORNINO, via JAMI SON CITY, fur TSUCKEE MEADOWS, FRANKTOWN, Washoe Valley, CARSON CITY, Eagle Val'ey, GENOA, Carson Valley, CHINATOWN, OPIIIRVILLE, VIRGINIA CITY. LEAVES MARYSVILLE EVERY MONDAY AND SA TURD A Y iluIlNING. LKTTKKH, VALUABLE PACKAGES, Ac., forwar ded to and from the above points with promptitude, dispatch and security. Notes, Drafts, Bill*, Ac., collected or negotiated, and all orders attended to promptly. py*All Letters for the Western Atlantic Stntes, enclosed in our Governuunt-franked Envelopes, and indorsed “Overland, via. Salt Lake,” will be forward ed and reach their destination sooner than by any other line. oelO-my LANGTON’S PIONEER EXPRESS, DAILY TO AND FROM Downieville , Forest City, Camptonville , BAN JUAN, And all the different Mining Localities throughou Yuba,Sierra,and Nevada counties, CONKKCTINQ WITH II ELI A H LE EX PR ESSES To all parts otOalifornia,tbe Atlantic States and Europe. OFFICE—'Willi Wells. Fargo & Co.,l> Street .Marysville. A. C. CHAPMAN, Agent. oclC-tny GENERAL STAGE OFFICE, gggUm CALIFORNIA SI'-A.GrUS COMPANY, IN BIIUMAGIM’S BUILDING —D STREET. LEAVE DAILY, FOR Hamilton,Neal's,Clilco, R:d BluCh, Tehama, Shasta ami Yreka, Oregon House, Keystone, Foster’s Bar, Downieville, French CorraJ, Keiss’ Crossing, and Camptonville. Long Bar, Empire Ranch, and Ready, Grass Valley and Nevada, Charley’s Ranch. Central House, Lynchburph, &lringtown, Ophir, Thompson’s Flat, Garden Ranch and Bid well’s Bar, Hansen vlilc and Forbestown, Long Bar and Park's Bar. JAS. HAWORTH, Preset. N. It. —Passengers booking tiLeir names will be called for in any part of-theoKy. mill-my IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE, x^03\rxJ03sr. CAPITAL, $8,000,0 00. jyALL KINDS OF 1USKS TAKEN.® AT hKDLCED RATES. losses paid promptly ?jy E. IMNNIY, Apont. OFFICE ON FIRST STREET, MARYSVILLE, Next door to the Banking House of Decker, Jewett A.,Pa\*tcn. nov20-iny INSURANCE. HARTFORD, rifCUNIX, CHARTER OAK, CITY ami MERCHANTS, OF HARTFORD . The METROPOLITAN and GOODIIUE, OF NEW YORK . The subscriber having been appointed agent far the above companies v,ill receive applications for Insu rance. JOSEPH r. SMITH, Lumber Dealer, emner Fourth and E streets. N. B. Wooded 9teU<Kage Insured. aplT-tf WM.C. 8HAFFKR CHARLES SCHWARTZ SHAFFER 8c SCHWARTZ —II AYE REMOVED THEIR— Tin and Stove Store, From the Spring House, to Ne. 152 Third Street, BETWEEN HIGH AND E, where they nre now permanently located. They would here return their sincere thanks for the many past favors received at the hands of die public, and would ask a continu ance «'f the same. Their stork of goods will compare favorably with any oilier in the city, consisting of Stoves, Tin-Ware, Queensware, HA&BWAEE, WOOD AND WILLOW WAB.E. Also, a general assortment of pu rtjxriTtJri.E. CW-!» econd hand Furniture bought at all times. Tin Roofing, repairing of Pumps, Plumbing, ami all kinds of Jobblngdone to order, and Warranted. ml>29 SHAFFER & SCHWARTZ. WILCOX a GIBSON, • HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS, Htvr, REMOVED TO 07 C ST PAINTING, GILDING, GLAZING AND I , a,por Ilnnslns, Done at the hottest notire Satisfaction guaranteed nail cases. il jylO-<cy « THE voiok of the people IS THE VOICE OF HOI)." MARYSVILLE, CAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 3, 1801. £)ru$s and gftcdirinrs. SPRING TRADE 18G1. Coffin, Redikgton & C., I Redisotok A Co., New York. | ban Francisco. RICE, COFFIN & lO, Marysville, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL r>RUGG-ISTS AND IMPORTERS, —OFFER FOR SALE AT REDUCED RATER— Staple Di nes and Chemicals; Patent Medicines * Perfumery; Window Glass & Druggist’s Glassware; Paints, Putty «.V Painters sleek; Shaker Garden Seeds, Herbs and Hops; finishes ofevery description; 8pic.es and Grocer’s Sundries; Liiitip Oil, Cauipcnc, Turpentine Coal Oil, Machine & Tanners do Trusses, Supporters and Shoulder Braces Soda, Bottle and Vial Corks. KICK, COFFIN & CO.. janlT 2* D st., Marysville. 1UIS. S. A. A La. LA'S World’s Hair Restorer! IS NOT A DYE. It will restore the Hair and Whiskers, however prey, to their original color. It contains no deleterious preparations. It prevents the falling of the Hair, anil Cures Baldness I When not heriditary. 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! OR ZYLOB A LS A M UM, Is the most delightful and valuable Hair dresser cvei invented. ItcIraiiNCS the flair u» <l Skis. It cauaie* the Ifiairlo Curl. It makes the Hair soft and silky* It is a Superior Dressing for children’s Hair. It is put up in large bottles. It is the best ajid cheapest preparation ever offered to the public. It is sold by all Druggists and ApothecarieBthrough out the country at retail, AND AT WHOLESALE IIV EEDINOTON & CO., Fan FrtmJaco. no2*-iry KICK, COFFIN A CO., Marysville. ¥ E T «1 A T S U F F K li , Hoad ! Xloncl! ! AND BE ASSURED THAT DR, PA RE IRA’S great ITALIAN REMEDY! Now known and approved by use for over Fifty "Sroars, StiVI remains triumphant over all the multifarious medicines for the cure of PRIVATE DISEASE'S, no matter how long standing, without any injurious ef fects to the system. This remedy is warranted P UR EL Y YE Oh 7 A BLE\ QUICK in (fleet, and CERTAIN in cure, aetinsr as it dots iir.media.ely oj die organs T11J5M3ELVKS, giv ing them energy and vigor, and removinginflamation in a manner superior to any Medicine ever made known to the world. For sale by 1). BADCOCK, General Agent, No. 78 Davis street, San Francisco, and by Druggists throughout tills Ftate an 1 Oregon. KICK, COFFIN k CO., Agents for Marysville apl2-8iu is 27 D street. i:. SMITH iV €0 5 *11 FO leave to Inform their old friends and custom- K1) era that they have opened a Stall In the KTow City Marii-ct, Where they will he please 1 to administer to the wants of all who may favor them with their patronage. They keep constantly on hand everythin# to he found in a California market. Their Vegetables are always fresh. They always keep ih? very beet of Fresh Ranch But ter and Egga, Cheese, Lard, Ac. Be sure and give them a call. Stall, centre of the Market, North side. mh!2 MA.ELBLH3. Premium Marble Works. JP. J-. DEVINE Sr. EKO., K street, between Sixth, and Seventh streets, Sacramento , Col, SCULPTURE, Busts, Statues, Monuments, Tombs vy and Grave Stones, Mantle-Pieces, table and coun ter t ops, Ac., Ac., constantly on hand, or made to order at the shortest notice. Orders from the country promptly attended to. N. B. —P. J. D. A Bro. have received Diplomas and gold Medals at the several State Fairs a from the Mechanics’ Institute. jrn8-tf Excelsior Livery and Sale Stable. I) STREET, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. MARYSVILLE. ECKI5RT A' JOHNSTON, PROPRIETORS. HAVING fitted up tte above stable in superb s*yle, are prepared to furnish tdetr friends wlih any oort of “ turnout** .they may desire. HORSES AN D CARRIAGES, and Saddle or Buggy IIGRSES, for sale or hire. Hoifmj kept on Livery at most liberal rates. - ! Stable open at ail hours, dav and night. • ECKERT £ JOHNSTON. jan26-my P ION EE JEWUIjIIY STOH33 [rstabushsd ra apbip, 1850.] J . DeBELL, PRACTICAL, WATCHMAKJE , No. IOO O Street, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICII. Particular attention paid to the Repairing of fin Watches. All work WARRANTED, dec?! Drinking £;iloons. LOOK Ol?T FOlt SPOUT — AT THE— Marysville Shooting Gallery, THIRD STREET, NEAR D. TniS favorite place of arruecvnent in becoming more popular every day. The proprietor has spared no pains or expense to make it a pleasant place of resort. Everything connected with the Gal lery is kept in the best order. He has the latest sty’es of Rifles, Guns and Pistols, which are under the charge of an experienced Gunsmith. Ritles, Pistols and Guns cleaned and loaded at the shortest notice. the 13 A.H attached to the Gallery is superbly arranged, and the LIQUORS of the choicest kinds. The undersigned, tuankful for past favors, hopes still to merit a coutiuuance of the name. oc20 J- H.imOPHY. P. SFRECKELS & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors, Cordials, Syrups ..AND.. FIRST PREMIUM LASER BEER. E call the attention of the Trade to our house, V v feeling coutident that we can give the most complete satisfaction as we'always keep on hand a large assortment of every variety of LIQU0U8. We wish to call special attention to our Premium Laser Peer, which took the FIRST PREMIUM at the District Fair. I'. SPRECKELS <c CO., Corner Cand Second streets, Marysville. ap!2-my WHAT CHEER SALOON, (What C h c o r II o u e Cellar,) G. KATZENSTKIN, - - Proprietor. TlIKabove Saloon la furnished with two BILLIARD TABLICS,and the Bar is supplied with the choicest Wines and Liquors and the finest Brands of Cigars. N. u.—I have a little of the BEST UKANDY In the Slate —some that will do to net on. EVEIiV NTGIIT.jSEJ aepSO- my G. KATZENSTEIN. STOCK ALE ANDPORTEE MANUFACTURED lii’ JACOB geiss, AT TIIE CALIFORNIA BREWERY. nnilE above beverages arc manufactured in this city, ami are superior to those of any foreign or do mestic manufactory, now on sale It) this State. The same will be found for sulc oil draught, or in cases to suit purchasers at THOMAS «ILLI«A.V8 A GENT, High street, between First and Second, Mai-ysviUo. apl 1 -my P. GB.OLL2LUD, Corner Thu d and D Streets, DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF WINES AND LIQUORS, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Solo Agont for Chas. Covillaud's Wines and Braneics mayZ4-tny \ vgy ■ S PURE ITALIAN BEES, IIXPOKTED MV S. B. PARSONS. A. J. RIGLOW, Sole Agent tor California and Oregon. Sacramento, Jan. 2d, 1861. T have this flay furnished to TKF.G ARDEN A RAMS DELL a supply .of Italian Queen Bees,which they a re'to take to Marysville, to propagate and sell on our joint account. The Queens are selected from import ed Queens, and posess fully the superior qualities f>f their race. Besides these, I have eoIJ no Queens to go to Marysville. A. J.BIGLOW: We are well pleased with the workings of thcltallan Bees—in short they far surpass our expectations, and leave the common Bee far in the rear. We put an Italian Queen into a hive of common Beef on the Oth of January, And on the 16th of Match, it threw oil a fine large swarm which was nearly, if not quite all Italia''' Hops. We have raised quite a number of young Italian Queens and are now prepared to till all ordere for Queens. People living in, or ncf.r Marysville, can have Queens introduced into common swarms and guaran teed without extra charce. We have extra good swarms of Bees in the Harbison Hive, with or without Italian Queens, for sale. Also the IIARBISON HIVE, HONEY, OFFICE —At E. Teegarden’s Fruit fitore, In Odd Fellow’s Building. TEECARDEN A RAJISDELL, mh24 Marysville. ICE CREAM SALOON. IJ Street, opposite the Post Office. THE undersigned would announce to the cit'zans of Marysville that tic will, on Thursday evening I6tli a iiiBt., he prepared to serve them with 1CK CREAM, and CREAM AND STRAWBERRIES of superior qual ity, and in the moat popular style. No pains will be spared to make this <me of the most deserving and popular Cream Kst iblishments in the State. It will be considered no bragadocia, when it is known that I have been in the business constantly for twenty years, should I say, that for the past fifteen years I have known no superior in the manufacture of ICECREAM. To the great di«i<Jerat.urn in Cream—richness and fla vor—* shad be a ole to give proof that I have attained. Families and Parties will he furnished at short no tice, with Cream of any llavor, accompanied by all the necessary conveniences. S. F. ROGERS. N. P. 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 pubnc generally, where 1 hey can obtain all the choicest varieties of Strawberries, Cherries and Ap ricots. Also Peaches, Plums and other fruits in th ir proper seasons. final 61 G. II. BEACII. FOR SALE. M A desirable Homestead, situated on C st , between Third aud Fourth, No. 98. The bouse is a commodious ami substantial brick —containing five rooms above and five in the basement, making ten rooms,all conveniently ar ranged. Lot 20 by ItO. Also adjoining a good Prick Store, lot 2) by ICO.— Inquire on the premises, No. 98 C street, eist side. apl8-tf Information Wanted. INFORMATION IS WANTED of Peter McCready, formerly of Dairy, Ayershir, Scotland, by his brother James w ho has just arrived in San Francisco from Melbourne, Auatralla. When last heard from he was in Marysville. Address L. P. Fisher, Advertising Agent. San Fran cisco. june!2-2plw hotels and Restaurants. WESTERN HOUSE, CORNER SECOND AND D STREETS, ■JMoryavillo. MTIIE subscribers having leased this popu lar and well known lintel, would assure the Travulinir Public, and city residents, that no means will he left untried to euable theiu to deserve a share ot their patronage. ocl.8 MOODY A SMITH. ST. GEORGE HOTEL, O N FOl'ttT II S T II10 E T, Between J and K streets, SACRAMENTO CITY, J. R. I (ARDEN DERG II, I p , r aj-24-t J. I). DAYTON, J Proprietor,. HOTEL INTERNATIONAL, (Jackson street, a few doors above Montgomery,) SAN FRANCISCO, FOSTER, PATTEN Al CO., Proprietors, MIS well known to the traveling public as a First-Class Hotel in every particular. Priceo reasonable. Etdarged, Refitted and Refur nished throughout. Table unsurpassed in this city. Fine Suits of Rooms for Families. Patent Spring and Hair Matresses in every double* and single room. Our Porters w ll always be found on board,as the steamer reaches the dock, to take charge of your Baggage, and a Coach to convey you to the Hotel. J. 0. FOSTER, late Purser Steamer Uncle Sam. 1>. It. PATTEN, late Book-Keeper of the Horse. m&y22-3m UNION RESTAURANT, ([■DLLUr.’S NEW BUILDING,) Second Street, between 1) & Maiden Lane V. W. GERICIHTIV, Proprietor. The Proprietor tikes pleasure In Infnrm _ intr his old frienda of Marysville and the Mountain?, that lie has opened the above ZI~ location as a first class Restaurant. Everything it’ NEW,ami will be kept in the best of style. PRICES: Board per week $0 00 Bin pie Meals 60 eta. All kinds of Wines to order. Parties and Balls supplied with SUPPERS on rea sonable terms. Families will be furnished with Meals aj, their resiliences, it desired. apll my HOTEL DU NORD RESTAURANT. Corner ol Second and High Stree!-', MARYSVILLE. TDK subscribers, bavins lea-cil the nlmivc establi limeiit, would state to tin ir friends and the publr generally, that it will be surpassed by none in the city; and those who favor m: »v.ih their patronage may rest assured that they will not he disappointed. PF" MKAL8 AT ALL HOURS. OPEN NIGHT AND DAY. Board per week •%?> M Single meals &0 cts. Prcsli Oysters In every; Style. T. MON HO, m . JL. oiiso, LOWER PLAZA. «+*- Wholesale dealer 1 N ItiicknlK’nl E'Soiir, taliCornin I* rooms. -4#«> — ALSO rah7 Butter and Cheese, Tr iuogar. RUSSELL MILL BUCK. (From No. 1-0 to 12-0,) FOR HYDRAULIC MINING. Luarantcrtf Equals if not Superior, to LAWRENCE D17VTCK. |*7R ARE NOW IN REGULAR RECEIPT OF ▼ V this favorite brnnd of Duck by almost every Clipper Ship, and are satisfied, if !t is piv*-n a trial by the trade that has been buying heretofore the Law rence Duck exclusively, will give satisfaction. For sale by— JANSOY, ISO^DACdo Corher Ba-tery and Clay streets, apl2-8m ban Fiancisco. Do not be Grey or Bald. GREVj MRS. S A. ALLEN’S N0 HAIE WORLD'S HAIR RESTORER; UAIB GREY i NO HAIR.. 2yi03ALSAM"JM IIAIR. mh!7 RICE, COFFIN & CO. Marysville Wagon and Carriage MANUFACTORY. * FAMILY CARRIAGES , BUGGIES* EXPRESS, FREIGHT ; FARM and all other kinds of WAGONS built and finished to order. The undersigned are prepared to make all the above description of vehicles, in itmannt r suited to the climate and roads of California, and have all the necessary material arid facilities for so doing. They have also on hand a lot of SUPERIOR WAGONS AND BUGGIES of our own manufacture, which we will sell at most fa vorable rates. The subscriber would also stale that his manufac tures bar e been tried with imported vehicles, and have always proved SUPERIOR TO EASTERN MADE WAGONS AND BUGGIES! The public is invited to call and examine specimens of rmr work at the manufactory, corner ot THIRD STREET AND VIRGIN ALLEY, Marysville. 3. P. 1IAYE8* CO., mbl3 Wagon and Carnage Makers. Daily National Dmorrat UNIO N DEMOCR ATIC STATE CONVENTION. Resolutions adopted by the Dcmocrntic State Central Committee May 8, 1861, Wiierea*, The Democratic party has ever been the party of fealty to free government and frater nal devotion to the rights of the States «-f the Union, and of unw avering fidelity to the laws, the Constitution, the Union, and the country —ready to maintain them by all proper meuns and at every sacrifice ; And whereas. The country in now defending it- ! self against a war without justification, or decent ' excuse; waged upon it by certain Seceded States —which is manifestly a war for the invasion of , our National Capital; for the overthrow of our National Government; the oppression of the loyal States ; the subjugation of the Union ; a war to i humble in the dust our National flag; to wrench j from the American people their constitutional , rights of determining for themselves their own 1 policy! foreign and domestic, ur i to blot them out from the class of the great powers of liie world ; 1 And whereas such war, so aggressive in its character, and so deadly in ita purposes, f rces 1 upon the country nn issue which can be met but ! in one way by any people having the common in* stinct of self-preservation, or worthy of an 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 tin; patriot, and neutrality is cowardice, if not premeditated disloyalty. 2. That the people of California in the past have been most anxious for pence throughout the land, and will hail with joy an honorable adjustment in the future; nt the same time they are, abort all things, for the Union, the Country and the Flag, against all assailants—no matter who they are. whence they come, or with -t hat poo cr armed. 3. That in this great crisis of the American na tion mid name our State will always, ts hereto for*, faithfully discharge her Constitutional obli gations to the Union and the Federal Govern ment, and, ns in duty bound, will earnestly sus tain the constituted authorities at Washington in all measures necessary to defend and protect either against this most unjustifiable and un natural war. 4. That in t‘:e name of the loyal people of Cali fornia, we demand of the General Government, by nil its power, to protect their lives and proper ty on the high seas, between this const and the Atlantic, from the piratical (lag which already thr *atens injury, and would Inflict destruction oil both. 5. That all former partisan differences are lost in the present overwhelming crisis ; and lie who would seek, by reviving them, to distract the peo ple, o~ to wrest from their honest and patriotic devotion some sordid partisan advantage, is not true to the country, fur Worthy the name ot American citron. f». Thai is Californians, we appeal to the whole people of California, without distinction of party or reference to partisan issues, to stand with us by our country and our flag, that all may know that the great Union Democratic Party of Cali fornia i; the overpowering majority ol r her citi zens. 7. That with these views w? cordially invite all patriotic men, who bold these sentiments, to meet in Convention at Sacramento, on the Fourth day of July next, at 12 o’clock, to nominate candidates to be supported at the ensuing election ; and we recommend in the election of delegates, that the only test be approval of these resolutions and will ingness to support the candidates nominated. b. That the people of each county be requested to meet in Convention in their respective counties, upon the loth day of June next, for the purpose of electing delegates to the Convention, in such manner as they may deem proper. 9. That the basis of representation in the State Convention be one delegate for each county, and one delegate tor each 25( votes, which gives the following representation: In pursuance of the foregoing resolutions the Convention will assemble at Sacramento C : ty on the fourth day ot July next, at 12 o’clock, m J P. UOUE, Chairman Dem. State Central Committee. John A. Monroe, Secretory. San Francisco, May 28th, 1861. (Sronras, precisions, l‘t, LEWIS Sc CO., !>ealebs Provisions, TlVinos, LJLtiirora, etc. CORNER D AND THIRD STREETS, ap5 Odd Feliows v Ruiiding. NEW STORE, M. C. DUFFICY IIAS opened tins Store on the Corner of E and Third Streets, MARYSVII.LE, CAL., Where he will have constantly on hand a full assort meat of— Groceries ami Provisions, Liquors, Flour and Grain. WIIO LESA LE A NI) It ETA IL. ITighest price paid for Country Produce. SSf* All orders from the Country promptly atten ded to. mh2(J HUDSON, WILLEY & CAINE, —DEALERS IN'— Lumber, Doors, Windows &c„ Corner ol C and Fourth fits,, Marysville, —AND MANDFACTUKEIIS OK— Xj U M 13 E IF , Clipper Mills, Butte county, and Challenge Mill, Tuba mhfc&'tf county. FURNITURE STORK , ANJV. Billiard Table Manufactory, (SO 3 FIRST STREET, CORN Kit Of MAIDEN LANE.) FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. BILLIARD TABLES Manufactured, of nil sues, Marble and wood Bed*, wi h Improved New atyle Cushion-, and or sale at the lowest prices. Plain and Fancy Cue-*, Cue-heather, Wax u-ndCloth-And everything complete f* r furnishing Tables. Billiard Balls turned and colored. Repairing of Tables and Utensi a and all kinds of Turning done to order and at ohort notice. L#* UPHOLSTERING Uoua at San Francisco prices. fcSP* The highest price for Socond Hand Fur niture. •j>28 my KAISER E CO. NO. 121. Special Jtotirj*. To the I Union Men of Tuba County. The Unconditional Union Men of Yuba county who value Country higher than Party; wno are in favor of concentrating the Union vote of this county on one ticket, in opposition to the “clap trap Democracy, are requested to meet at their various precincts, on Saturday, June 22, and elect Delegates to a County Convention, to ho held at M irysville, m Monday, July l, lSdl. The apportionment for the county will be as fol lows ; Timbuctoo, 10 Rose’s Bar, 2 MeDonn'd’s Mill 2 Snidery's Bar, 2 Sucker Flat, 5 Brown’s Valley, 2 Marysville, Zubriskie’s, Hnncut, Rogers’s Ranch, Sand Flat, Turner’s Seh, II., Wing’s House, fililsa House, Christian Hill, Johnson’s Rauch Pound Tent, Park's Bar Perkins's Ravine New York House Swiss Bar, Brownsville, Kagteville, Foster s Bar, I.ong Bar No. 2, Oregon Hill, Barton House, Hess Crossing, Willow Creek, Natchez. 84 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 E M. Galena House, Martin’s House, 2 Iiong Bar No. 1, 6 Railroad Hill, 2 2 Kennebec Bar, 2 2 Clay ton's Ranch, 4 2 Cariipton’s Mills, 2 2 Mount Hope, 2 2 Dobbins's Ranch, 2 2 Frenchtown, 4 2 Indiana Bunch, 2 2 Strawberry Valiev, 2 2 Hampshire Mills,' 2 2 Galena Hill, 4 2 State Range, 2 4 Camptnnville, 2 Young’s Hill, 2 9. Ilansonville, 2 SAMUEL KNOX, President Union Club. Timbuctoo (’. F. BROWN, Vice President. Rigan, Secretary, jeI3-td. Meeting ol Union Delegates. At an informal meeting held at the Orleans Hotel, in Sacramento city, on the 13th day of June, 1861. composed of the delegates elected from various counties to attend the Union Convention of this date, and of divers citizens from other counties, David Jobson of San I ranci eo, was elected Chairman, and L. 8. Taylor, of Sacramento, Secretary; where upon, the following resolutions were offered and unanimously adopted: Rksolvf.d, That inasmuch ns tue nrnple of di vers counties of this Statu have, in Union Clubs ntid County Conventions, designated the 10th day of duly, 1 nn n suitable day for the bidding of a Stuto Union Convention irrespective of party, now, therefore, it U Rr.soi.VKn, That this Convention do adjourn to meet on the loth day of July, 1861, at the hour "f ' r.e oYlock r. m . nt the city of Srcrnmen to. Jii' s <»i.v KD, That •Qoorgo Burs tow, R. B. Monks m l i\ !(. Waterman, of San Francisco, and I, W. Underwood and L. S. Taylor, of Sacramento, he appointed u <’*»rr. ponding Committee to se cure concert (?f action among the Union men of the State. Rssolvk:), That all persons, irrespective of par ty who, like Secretary Seward and Senator Doug las, have the com ago to proclaim “That they will sink pary hr country, ** nr; earnestly requested to select hlegotcs to attend the said ’Convention on the V)th Oay of July next, in accordance with the original apportionment, which is as follows : Mass Coil'cuticii—-Sutler County* Tlic Committee appointed hy the Union Convention to call a Mass Meeting of the Union men of Sutter Couuty, have fixed upon Saturday, tho 20th inst., aa the day, and Yuba City aa Hie place for holding the same. Let e ver/ man who la In favor of law and order, not onijr In our own County, hut throughout the na tion, he present and lend the influence of bis pres ence at this meeting. Good ■peake-s v'll be in attendance. JunelS ntANCItJ HAMLIN, I n sumnkk Paine, [ *-Mnmitiee. Profaorvo your Hair. RICE, COFFIN Si CO. 1°. following letter, which emphatically Apeak* for itself, was written by the Dean of the Faculty of the Philadelphia College of Medicine-—to the editors of the Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal, San Fra cisco, for publication: PuiLAn*Li»mA, Jannary 17th, 1050. To the editors of the Pacific Medical Journal— Gentlemen: My attention has been called to an arti cle in the December number of your journal, In regard to the ad eur.dem degree granted by the Philadelphia College of Medicine to I>r. L. J. Caapkay. When the applic ation for the degree was made to the Faculty, It wn* «< void panic. I by affidavits and testimonials to the effect that Dr. Czapk iy was a regular graduate M. D. of the University of IVsth, had served as a surgeon to the Hungarian uruiy and was a regular practitioner of medicine. On tic strength of these the degre# w as grant. !. The ad eu» d«*in degree, as its name ini pliff», Is c nferred on graduate? only, and gives u« new privileges. Had there been the slightest suspi cion of irregularity, the application would have been refused. By iiis- rting this in your journal you will do an act of justice to the College, and confer a favoi on Yours, very respectfully, II. HAND, Dran of the Faculty of the Philadelphia College of Medicine. DR L. .1. CZArKAY'8 private Medical and Surgical Institute Ison Sacrament" street below Montgomery, opposite the Pacific Mall Steamship Company’s office, San Francisco. The Doctor offers tree consultation*, arid asks no remuneration unless he effect* a cure.— Office hours from 9 a. m. to 9 p.m. CEHTIFICATE.-I, the undersigned, Gov ernor of Hungary. do testify hereby, that Dr. L. J Caapkay has served during the contest for Hungarian liberty, as Ch ef Surgeon, in the Hungarian army, with faithful perseverance. Whereof I have given to him this certificate, and reel'd mend him to the sympa thy, attention and protection of all those who are ca pable of appreciating patriotic self-sacrifice, and un. deserved xuiifortuac. KOSSUTH LAJ08, Governor of Hungary. WA?a:naros Cirr, Jan. Cth, lo£-2. mylT CLARK & JENKINS’ STALL—NEXT TO ODD FELLOWS BLOCK, 111 IV70X7*7 City MarUet/ DKALKAa IN— FRESH 7*EAT* Of every dc-joriptiun, of QUilttj* and I pilots that cannot fall to please ever/ ■■ customer. IT“ Goods delivered In the city free of charge. mM2 PIONEER and Sale Stable. Corner Second afreet and Maiden Lano, MARYSVILLE. CARRIAGES, BCGGIES and good Saddle Horsea, kepieonatanCy on head, lot sale or lure, oa the most liberal terms. fcJT* The cart and attention given to Hors es on Liverv june* ?F AWARD * WILLIAMS.