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GEORGE C. GORIIAM, Editor. MARYSVILLE. «1 NDAY MOKMXG, OCTOBER 2T. AGENCY NOTICE* Mr. L. r. FI3IIER is our only authorised Agent at Francisoo to receive advertisc meats, receipt for the same;and to transact business generally for the Democrat. Ofhc—No. 17l)« Washington street— nearly opposite Maguire’s Opera House, up-stairs. JUSTICES’ BLANKS. We would call the attention of Justices of the Peace to the assortment of Blanks for sale at the Democrat office. They are of the latest and most approved orras, and will he Sold at liberal rates. The Proprietors to their Patrons. The proprietors of this paper are conscious of having labored faithfully in the field open ed by the political revolution commenced in 1Su8, when a corrupt faction fostered by a wicked Administration, attempted the inflic tion of a wrong upon the p'eat body of American freemen for the benefit of a few. The Democrat has from the time of its estab nient until this, its last issue, contended for sound National Democratic principles, and since the existence of the N'ulion was menaced, has ever been found zealous in tbe cause of the Union. There is now luit oue field in which a loyal newspaper can labor for the general good, and that is in seeking to elevate the interests of the country above the inter ests of mere party. The Democrat and Appeal of this city are Union papers. As a matter of business, the continuation of both, would perhaps eventu ally be a loss to each. The proprietors ol the two papers having arrived at this conclu sion, have decided to unite their capital, and energies, and this will be the last issue of the National Democrat. On Tuesday morning the first number of the Appeal, under the new arrangement, will be furnished to our city and country subscribers until otherwise ordered by them. The editorial rontrol of the paper w ill lie under the present editors of the Appeal —Messrs. Avery and Iirooks, and the business will bo managed by A. S. Kun dail, now of the Democrat. Painful Bereavement.— Tlio beautiful lit tle daughter of James Haworth, Esq., Fresi deut of the California Stage Co., died on FriJay nigbfc after a pro.raeted and painful illness. "Of such is the kingdom of Heaven,” Ca i.iforma-Cured Fios.—We are indebted to Gen. Joint A. Sutter for specimens of Cal ifornia figs cured by himself. They are ex ceedingly rich and fino. The School Trustees. —We ought to have said in yesterday's issue that it is thu desire of Mr. Wul sworth, our excellent and watch- I ful County Superintendent of Schools, that tha Trustees of the various districts make their returns to him as early ns the first of the coining month. Last year three districts suffered by reason of the neglect of the trus tees to mnkc returns in time. Unless this is attended to in time the school money cannot be properly distributed. Police Items.— Commodore Perry was sentenced by Recorder Fowler, yesterday, to pay $20—or serve ten days in the chain gang, for petit larceny. John O'Donnell was examined on a ,'ilie charge and acquitted. District Court. —This Court was occupied yesterday with the case of Full, Hanson it Wei b vs. Charles Heisen, alias Uciscubuttcr. It was argued by counsel and submitted. Three mure Nights of the Great Fan tec na-tiiec-a at the Theater —The pro prietor of the Pnn-tcc-na-tlieca will give three more exhibitions of this splendid work of art at the Theater, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of this week. We should judge that nearly one half of our citi zens have already seen this exhibition and we should advise the othe" half to make sure of seeing it on these three eveuings, for surely there never has been and probably never will be so fine a thing in this place again, To see one half of it is worth more than the price of admission. A large number of ad vertisers will be selected from among that portion of the audience who may choose to remain after the exhibition is over, to whom elegant presents will be given, consisting of silver watches, gold clasp bibios, silver cake baskets, elegant books, jewelry, die. Among the list of presents for Monday evening is an elegant Silver lee Pitcher, valued at forty dollars, which will be given to the person se lected who will tell twenty persons about the exhibition. This is a great way to advertise, but we think the I’an-tce-ua thec-a man loses nothing by it. Death.—Ooear Ban, who lias lung been in the emp.oy of the Stage Company, ns a driver, died on Friday at Downieville, and was brought to this city and buried yesterday The funeral was largely attended. All of the Company’s conches in the city were in the procession. The deceased was faithful to bis employers, and the attention exhibited by them to his remains shows that they esteemed him highly'. A Dancer —A Spanish danscusc, La Seno ra Cubas, is the rage in New York. She is described as a marvel of Andalusian grace. The Shasta Herald chronicles a report that A. A. Chauneey, formerly of Spring Creek, in Shasta county, was on Wednesday the 16th crushed to death by the machinery of a quartz mill at Washoe. Contested Election.— Mr. F. A. Mathews, the Breckinridge candidate for Supervisor of the Oroville District, lias instituted proceed ings to contest the election of Mr. Smith, who gained the election by three votes. We are unadvised of the ground of contest. Change ok Postmaster.— On Thursday last the Oroville post office passed into the bands of the newly appointed Postmaster, Mr. J. G. Downer, who reaeived his commission the day before, by mail, and through the bunds of Mr. Kitnmel, late Postmaster. How Union Men are Secretly Shut Down jiv the Rebels in the South. —The Louisv ille Journal of October 9 learns that three Se cession ruffians, named Alexander E. White, Porter White and James Ford, living near Franklin, Ky., in Simpson county, made a recent night excursion, and killed an old gentleman named Hollins, and wounded his ton, it Was thought mortally, for no other alleged offense than that they were Union men. In all that part of the State, says the Journal, Secessionists sho. t Union men as remorselessly as if they were only shooting brute beasts. VALEDICTORY. The Imsine-s changes announced elsewhere, in thin issue, relieve me from further edito rial labor. It is now a few days more than six months since 1 commenced tny duties upon the Democrat. I believe that I have not, ut any lime, departed frqon the path which I then promised to pursue If I have ever, unwittingly, offended any true friend of the United States Government, I regret it, and a-k that man's pardon. 1 take this oc casion to re Herutc and express my present satisfaction with all that I have written in regard to traitors of all degrees, whether ill California or elsewhere, and whether they be of the open and courageous kind, or of those in whose natures both treason and cowardiee are united, causing them to profess loyalty, while they hate the Nation and its support els. I huvc not tried to regulate the tone of the Democrat to please any man of my party v ho may regard a party organization of greater consequence t han the organization of the Nation, and the success of the Federal arms in this war. Truly National Democrats —men worthy to follow where our great, Douglas led—have everywhere written and spoken the same views that I have endeav ored to present to the readers of this paper. My relations w ith the proprietors of the Democrat have been pleasant, and in every way satisfactory to me. They are business men, and have formed a new business con nection, which will doubtless bo a profitable one. The only newspaper to be published in Marysville now, fit to be received into a Union man’s house or place of business, is the Appeal. Its editor is a patriotic gentle man, and one who knows no party lines which shut him out from fellowship with sincere National men. As to what should have been done in the past, Union Demo crats differ with him. As to what ought to be done now, they agree with him. Hoping that those who have been readers of the Democrat may all live to see the Na tional cause triumphant, 1 take tny final leave of them. Geo. C. Gorham. Respect to the Memory ok Gen. Baker.— At Sacramento the Sixth District Court on Friday adjourned out of respect to the mem ory of the late E. D. Baker. At a meeting of the members of the Bar subsequently, an address was made by Major Bowie, in which he uffectingty alluded to the character and services of the deceased. Resolutions of re spect w ere also passed. In the Court of Ses sions, W. Coffroth announced the death of Colonel Baker, and the Court adjourned. The flags on the engine houses, shipping and various public buildings were displayed at Imif-mast. In San Francisco the Courts ad journed in respect to the memory of Colonel Baker, and the flags were hoisted at half mast. Gov. Nye's Quarters. —The Silver Age says that Governor Nye lias got into his new rooms, opposite the Panrod House, in Carson City, and only lucks the necessary furniture, which will be shortly forthcoming, to receive the calls of his friends in a suitable manner.’ The old office occupied by him was very small and inconvenient, but when he arrived in the Territory he did not look so much to d •coration and finish, as to any place where the business of his office could be dispatched A Candidate. —A. G. Turner, of this ciij-, will be a candidate for the position of Ser geant-at-arms of the Senate. We know Mr. Turner well, and take great pleasure in en dorsing him ns a thorough-going Union man. lie will not be a candidate before any caucus in which sits a single man tainted with dis loyalty. He will seek the support of all the Union Senators. Good Beginning. —On Friday, says the Union, some $1,500 worth of messages were transmitted over the Overland telegraph from California. When we take into consid eration that the tariff of prices to the Atlan tic cities is about an arcrogs of *8 for every ten words, we will have some idea of the number of messages transmitted from this side, and the promising character of the Overland telegraph 6tock. "The Striped Pio.”—Justice Johnson, of Washington, has decided thut, under the net of Congress forbidding the sale of liquors to soldiers, it is not illegal to give it nwajp This “striped pig” decision is so opposed to the ex press enactment of Congress that Govern ment will not submit to it. Patriotic Corn. —Down in Yankee land Nature has poured from her inexhaustible corn ucopia an ear of national corn which is up to the times in point of decoration. The Boston Journal says that n Dorchester man has shown them an ear of corn, the kernels are variegated, showing the national colors, the red, white and blue, with a distinctness and effect which is almost startling. A Mystery Claeared Up.—Some have wondered at the ignorance concerning the American people, so often displayed by l lie Express. Perhaps an explanation for the mystery may be found in the following, from a wise man’s pen: “Languages have oue in scrutable origin—ns have all national pecu liarities—and he has but an imperfect kuowl edge of a people who <locs not know their language." The Visalia Sun publishes the figures to prove that the bondsmen of the new officers of Tulare county swore to he worth double the amount which they gave in to the As sor! Extras not Allowed. — A citizen of Buffalo refused to pay a bill of $112 bronght against him by a dry-goods dealer for articles furn ished his wife, and being sued for the amount, defended himself on the ground that he had never ordered the nrticles, that he had never reoeived them, and that their purchase was unnecessarily extravagant, on the part of a woman married to a man in his circumstan ces. The Buffalo papers denounced the de fence ns frivolous and mean, but the jury found a verdict for him. Rebel Credulity. — A gentleman lately arrived from the South, says a great many ignorant people in that section firmly believe that Gen. Scott is dead. There is also a be lief in remote purts of Dixie that President Lincoln and his Cabinet have sought refuge in Philadelphia and reside there. No Hope. —At a lute hour Friday evening Captain Lendrum, who was injured at San Francisco a few days ago while riding with General Johns, was at the point of death.— His physicians had given him up. Morality —Dr. South, speaking of moral ity, says, “ Jle that is a good man is three quarters of tlie wuy toward being a good Christian, wherever he lives and whatever he is called.” Senator JMcDougall on the War. Hon. J. A. McDougall, of California, spoke at a Union meeting lately held at Utica, New Volk. lie. Said: This is no Common battle in w hich we are engaged. The Southern idea is to have slaves to maintain the whites in war and ceunsel; so that all the white men may go to war, unless they ate too old, and then they take them for counsel. This explains the strange fact that they, with eight millions, hate been able to bring superior forces into the field to ours—though We are twenty mil lions. That will not do. We ttiust over power them hy numbers. The first thing to that end, is to secure a union of all men whb love tile Republic. We owe much to the Republic. I certainly do Beginning as poor as the poorest hoy in Oneida County, 1 have grown to a man who at least holds a high office. It is this freedom for all that is the glory of out institutions, that makes us a great nation. We have a great deal to fight for. When the wisest man that ever lived in the tide of time was arraigned by the people of A’tliensand condemned lo an ignominious death, his friends surrounded him the night before he was lo drink the fatal hemlock, and said, “Soerate*, the way is open to you to ps eape, and to find a home in some island of the Pelopouessus." "No,” said the philosopher, “I have raised children and studied the di vine philosophy, and learned many' art-, and I owe all to the laws of Athens; I will toi violate, I will obey those laws. Otherwise 1 should he as barbarous as the men of Sicily.” Is there one in this great Republic, oceni bound, who does not owe as mueh to its laws? If ever there was any Government to live for, or to die for, it is the Republic of the United States of North America. La 1’orte Items —The Messenger of yes* terday has the following: Another Bad Egg. —It is generally under stood that Win. Nicr, w ho has been connected with Mr. Kitchline for some time past in the mercantile business, at Port Wine, has ab sconded, leaving his creditors largely in the lurch. He was treasurer of the Indian Chief Co., which intrusted him with §1500 to can cel its obligations with Messrs. II. J Booth <fc Co., of the Marysville Foundry. Nier left Port Wine on Sunday, 13th instant, and pro ceeded below. Information has been received that he d id not pay the foundry men, and that he failed to make other important busi ness transactions. We are informed that in entering business with Mr. Kitchline the de parted gentleman furnished no portion of the capital. Attachments have been served upon his property by several parties, viz: Indian Chief Co., *1510; S. Arnold, $150; Kleck ner Bros., $98 60; A. Lavenberg, $40; II. Barman, $27. Besides this, there are several other parties who will have anything but a pious regard for the man who so unceremo niously flew the track. It is conjectured he has taken the Overland route to the States, with from $7000 to $8000 in his pos session. A Busy Fall. —Usually we have a great many loafers about our mountain tow ns du ring the latter portion of the season, but this fall every body seems to be hurried in La Porte. To catch a laboring man, for service, has required some service, during the past week. A Firm Union Man in Richmond—Colonel Payne, U. S. A. —A lady who recently reached Baltimore from Richmond, relates the following incident: Colonel Payne, U. 8. A, and for many long years a friend of General Scott, had excited a reluctant admiration there on ac count of his persevering and immovable de termination not. to desert the Stars and Stripes. No bribes, or threats, or flatteries could shake him; he had the Napoleonic temperament, “ like a block of marble, over which the thunder shaft glided along no im pression.” Jefferson Davis, and all the dis tinguished men of his kingdom, visited the old man and sought to reason him out of his fealty, but in vain ; and even » In Jy to whom ho .100 once engaged was commissioned to weep over him, but the old man’s heart re plied, if his lips did not, “ 1 could love thee, dear, so much, Loved I not honor more.” Finally, the dog showed his teeth ; proper ty belonging to him to the amount, of $50,000 or so, was threatened. “ Let it go,” said the aged soldier. At latest observations this planet, overawing the night of Secession, was not in obscuration. Volunteer Advice. —The Morning Call, having published a violent editorial denoun cing Fremont, is thus rebuked and counselled by the Mirror: Character cannot be killed in that man ner, neighbor. You are altogether too se vere. The true method is to grant an oc casional virtue, whether merited or not, and then eluim the right to refer to the vices of the victim. Above all, keep cool; avoid any exhibition of malice, and drive the dagger home with a moan of sorrowing friendship— with the hypocritical eaut of Brutus, who “slew his best lover for the good of Rome." Fie ? fie 1 you know nothing of the business of paragraphic thrusts and party. You work with an unwieldy bludgeon, which some times wounds, hut oftener misses the mark and breaks the arm that wields it. Mingle judiciously a littly honey with the gall, and then the compound may be tasted, if not relished. Try the “more in sorrow than in anger” dodge, diminutive neighbor. It some times works well. The unadulterated worm wood is evidently not your telling style. New Piece of Ordinance Invented bv a San Franciscan. —Mr. D’Arcy of San Fran-" cisco, says the Bulletin, has invented a new kind of gun, with which he proposes to dis mantle a ship, or destroy a whole battalion, at a single shot—if he ouly gets the chance. It is a double-barreled eannoD, the barrels united at the butt, diverging at an angle of 20 degrees—the balls to be attached to each other by a chain of the exact length that they may be apart when they strike the ob ject aimed at. The inventor proposes soon to exhibit this novel piece of ordinance to the public, when he will explain the philos ophy of its operation, and show, by actual experiment, how it will work. It is intend ed to be used only at short distances, and if fired at the critical moment when a charge is made by either cavalry or infantry, might do infinite damage. Mr. D’Arey has trans mitted a letter to President Lincoln and Sec retary Cameron on the subject of his inven tion, of which the following is a copy ; To Ilis Excellency, Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, and to Hon. Simon Cameron, Secretary of War.—Gentle men:—I beg leave respectfully to inform you that I have invented a cannon which wilt destroy a whole battalion at a single shot and in naval warfare it cannot fail to crip ple the largest ship on the first discharge, as you will easily perceive by the accompany ing drawing and description which I here with send you. I have tested the gun by a small model and the reBult is eminently sat isfactory. Should the War Department think proper to adopt this gun I will proceed im mediately to Washington and exhibit the working model before you. With great respect, 1 have the honor to be, gentlemen, your most obedient servunt. John D’Aroy. San Francisco, October 24, 1861, Aurora. —This thriving young city, the center of the Esmeralda mines, was laid out only one yanr ago this month, by Mr. J. E, Clayton and Capt. Barclay. The last week in October, 18150. Aurora had one canvas house, one log house, and five other houses in course of coustruction. Now there are not less than three hundred buildings of different sizes, and varying in cost from *60 to *6,000. Among these are 12 stores, 10 Baloons, 11 blacksmith shops, 6 hotels and restaurants, 4 quartz mills and several carpenter shops, bakeries, brick yards, etc. The town has a population of about 1000 souls, 60 of whom are women. —Silver Age. A Belligerent Community. —The follow- | ing items ure from the Shasta Herald of the 24?h inst : Cutting Affray. —On Tuesday morning information being received by District Attor ney Knox that a man named Drake, living near Buckeye, had been severely stabbed by another named Kelly, in a dispute over a mining claim, he accompanied by Dr. Pel ham, immediately repaired to the scene of the dillicuhy to investigate the matter. Upon the examination it appeared that Kelly as saulted Drake, who wus working in the claim, with a shbvel, striking him a seVere blow upon the head, and in the clinch which followed drew a knife, inflicting seven severe flesh wounds about the body of Drake, which however, we are informed I y Dr. Pelham, are not necessarily dangerous. He is at present doing well and there is a fair prospect for his recovery. Kelly wns held in £2,000 bonds to appear before tbe Grand Jury. We are informed that upon tbe morning of the 21st, about four o’clock, a iftan was seen running down street, while another stood shooting very deliberately in the same direc tion. The two had been, ft short time be fore, perusing the History of the Four Kings, and disagreeing upon some point, quarrelled, lienee, the almost tragedy—ntobody hurt. Shooting. —Last Sunday morning a dispute arose between W. A. Killingsworth and S. Griffith, at Whiskytown, upon political mat ters. They separated, but faceting again shortly afterwards, the latter with a shotgun tired upon the former a distance of about ten feet, missing him entirely. Friends interfer ed and further violence was prevented. Peace is the only policy that can save the cou n t iy.— Douglas. Was Douglas a traitor for favoring Ptace? — Mountain Democrat. No, but the men and the party that failed to heed the loyal advice of the patriotic Sen ator, and, instead, inaugurated war by tiling on Sumter and cominiting other and previous belligerent acts, are traitors—and their apol ogists are no better. — Grass Valley National. di »:o. In tliis city, Oct. 26th, Ilettie Jane, (laughter cf James and Sophie C. Haworth, aged 7 years,2 months and lo days. Funeral will take p’ace from the residence of her parents, corner of Sixth and C streets, this afternoon at three o'clock. The friends and acquaintances of the family are invited to attend. Arrivals at the U. S. Hotel. STOKES & SHIELDS PROPRIETORS October, 25,1 SCI. Mitchell A U Sutter co Belknap II Small II Brown U Simpson’s bridg Finnell S Colusa Wright W Church G W Hawkins W A Sac city AveriU C J B iusi'v N Lyndon .1 II Aucherson S Guette F Walsh M Goehr T Danwaids F Peters Nicholas Easton Alex Shape) Jos Blonden A Emonville D Chambers S Gold Hill Wyman N Butte co Osgood A wf G Bangor Wilson Ch is T Lute N Jeiuison Creen LandonJ “ Potter : eChester A wf J D Butte co Spoor H 0 Juan Wttherbee O La Porte Wvineb* rg N Empire r’h Lawranco J > Dogtown Donehue Thus Monte C’to Pervatius A Pan A ran Eddy A Indian Valley Smith Jack “ McLaughlin J F Putter ],aha lie Tom Dobbins r’h Bennett B Orovill% Nugent J Yuba co Pauly Benj Downievllle •Yager K Aldeu G W Duties Warren G W * Johnson J II Trinity co Walcott A Pan Francisco Stiles T B Colusa co Williams II D Riley John Harris It Colusa co N O T I € JE . Friends anil Customers of HOWARD S. CO., Hatch ers, City Market, are respectfully notified that on and after this day, they will only occupy two Stalls in the Market ; and also that Patrick Slattery is no longer in their employ. The attention of customers, (waited c'n by him recently, and wishing to buy hereafter o f HOWARD «fc CO.,) is particularly directed to this notice. Marysville, October 25, 1SG1. HOWARD A CO., oct 25 City Market, |lftu &tetisemrntz. Removal. THE GEM SALOON IS REMOVED TO THE ST. NICHOLAS- The undersigned hopes to see all his old friends and many new ones, at his new quarters. F. W. GETZLER. oc25 ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL Corner D anil Third streets, MARYSVILLE, CAL. THE ffNDEIlSIIilVED, HAVING leased the above popular House, would call [9V the attention of the public generally, to the iU* fact that this Hotel is situ.ved in the center of th«. city, and has forty additional room* added the past season, making it the largest and mo st commodi ous lloue in the State. TIIE TABLiE Is suppli*d with every luxury of the season, and ev ery thing will be done to insure the comforts of the guests of this House. Prices to suit the times. at Stages leave here for all parts of the State. T II 33 33 -A- H Connected With this House, is under the supervision of FRED. \V. GETZLER of the -Gem.” MAYON A JACKSON, oc25 Proprietors. For Salo Cheap. A LOT, eighty by one hundred and sixty feet, on H street, between Eighth and Ninth stnets, t gether with improvements thereoo, consisting of a new frame building now used as a store and dwelling. This p operty will b« sold at a bargain. Apply on (lie premises. oc25 G. W. ROBERTSON. Important to Farmers. « £ m HAWLEY & CO., Corner ofE and First Streets, Marysville, nVVE JUST HEnElVED AND NOW offer for sale at very low pi iced, one of ihe best assortments of — Agricultural Goods, Ever offered in this Market, consisting of— Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Slorse Hoc*, &c , &c. Our 6tock comprises almost every variety and pat tern of the above Implements now in use. Farmers are invited to call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. oc24*tf IJeo? JUccrtisfmcnts. MARYSVILLE PIONEER Assay Office. H. HARRIS & CO., K ST..NEAR THE CORNER OF SECOND ST. MARYSVILLE. Also—T8 J Street,Sacramento, 105 Sacramentostroet,8an Francisco. Aurora, Esmeralda Mining District. Will continue to carry on the business of Melting, Reflnijg and Assaying GOLD AND ORES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Advances made on GOLD DUST; GOLD DaRS bought and sold. Returns made in Bars or Coin, in Six Honrs. 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 tlwm to the Eastern States and Europe : II. Davidson, Esq., San Francisco. Messrs. »I. Parrott A Co., “ Sathcr A Church, “ Tallant A Wilde, 11 41 Reynolds, Reis A Co B F. Hastings A Co., Sacramento, I>. 0. Mills A Co., 11 Low Bros. A Co., Marysville, pecker, Jewett A Paxton “ Reynolds Bros., Messrs. B. Berend A Co., New York, ‘i Trevor A Colgate, “ Quicksilver Agency of the New Idea Mines, The best article in the State, Agents’ fates, may 80 sold at San Fran.dsffo h. HARRIS A CO. T H E TWO DOLLAR HEELED GAITERS, ..AT.. L. MANN’S, 40 D STREET. Gcf# NEW STORE. Great Bargains ..IN.. DRY GOODS. LOUIS EEDER RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies of Marysville ami vicinity, that he has opened a new and well se lected stock of— Staple Dry Goods House Eiii'iii«hiii£ Good*, It I or k mid ( oP<l Silk*, French, l.npli'li & American 1**1*, Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s .‘hoes and Hosiery, Ac., Ac., —all of which I will sell as low as any other house in the cify. 39 l> Street, Between First and Second, sepl2-£f Marysville. tOK SALE, Or Lease at a Modorate Rent. THAT very desirable and splendid private residence, on Cortez Squafe, at present oc cupied by P. Decker, Esq. Applp to E. PlNNIX, Real Estate Agent, First street, Marysville. sepl-2m N. SEWELL, City Constable and Gen eral Collector. Office with Justice Lucas, old Post Office Building. Oct. 15 ’Gl P. M. Steamship Company's STEAMSHIP Golden Gate, Will leave Folsom Street Wharf FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1, At 9 o’clock A. M. punctually, FOR. RAW A 3VX A- . Passengers will be conveyed from Panama to Aspin wall by the Panama Railroad Company, and from As plnwall to New York by the Atlantic and Pacific Steam ship Company. A. B. FORBES, I . W. F. BABCOCK, f Agents. Gome r Sacramento and Leidesdorfi* streets,San Fran cisco. oot*2ft FOR SALE. TII4T valuable property known MARYSVILLE BAKERY, situated corner of Third and High streets, Miirj now rented for seventy-five dollai month. For further particulars apply to C. E. f EXY Bar; or to Mr. MoDKRMOT on the premises, octl lm* |l«r MAKYSVILUi Assay Office, THE ALL & CO., NO. 104 FIRST ST., BETWEEN D AND 1IIG1I, MARYSVILLE, CAL. GOLD AND OKES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MELTED AND ASSAYED. Returns made in from six to welve hours, in BARS or COIN, Charges for Assaying, same as in San Fran cisco. We Guaran 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 Cotudgn merits, Chech Books will be furnished. All business entrusted to our care will be promptly and accurately attended to. np7 THRALL k CO. Attention Sportsmen! No. 95 D street, Marysville, Cal. BENJAMIN BIGELOW GUN AND RIFLE MAKER, ..AND IMPORTER OP. . Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Pistols, SHARP'S HIFI.KS ItlPI.lt BARRELS, Gun Material, 8hot Belts, Pouches,Powder Flasks, Game Bags, Percussion Pills, and other kinds of Am munition. Having been engaged twelve vears as a practical gun-maker, in the celebrated ltitle Manufactory of Win. Billinghurst. at Rochester, New York, and hav ing obtained a duplicate of the rifling machine used by Mr. Billinghurst in hi* shop, l ft el justified in saying to purchase is of new Mfles and those having guns to n pair, that they will find it greatly to their advantage to give me a call before investing their money else where. I have also secured the£services of Mr. O.W. I IOlM EH, formerly of the same establishment, and who thoroughly understands the principles of gun making, art! the reason why some guns will throw shot stronger ami closer than others. All guns bored out at my shop will conform to that principle andean be depended upon. HEPAIItlNG of every description neatly exe cut'd and guaranteed to give satisfaction. Orders from the country are solicited and will be promtly attended to. ocl8 EAGLE BOOT and SHOE STORE ..ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING,.. I» STHEET, MARYSVILLE. ni E. II LALY, IIAS RECEIVED A LARGE Fall StoclL And will receive by every steamer fresh Goods em bra* inp all the XEWK8T 8T\ LE8. Without enumerating, the Ladies and Gents all know that my store is the place to call for First Class Goods, Lowest Prices and Best Bargains, and for re ceiving that attention which becomes one o( the old est and best reputed Boot and Shoe Houses in the country. P 8. — A complete assortment of Boys’, Misses’ and Children’s Ware on hand. oc2 HOPLEY & DOHERTY. newJkirm and New Goods. AS we import our own Goods, and are not compelled to purchase from other dealers at retail prices, We can, and will, sell FURNITURE and BEDDING, cheaper than any store in Marysville. A superior article of til’KING BED made to order and warranted. Cor. I> anil First sts n Marysville. june5 WILCOX Ac ©lBSON, HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS, HAVE REMOVED TO SWAIN’S SASII FACTORY 4th Street, opposite the Water Works. PA INI ISO, GILDING, GLAZING AND Paper IlansIilK, Done at the shortest aotice Satisfaction guaranteed la »n cases. jyl<*-my WESTERN HOUSE SALOON JO HA Q. COMTEK. I’ROI’U I ETOlt. tST Tilts Home will l»e opt'ii every ilay in tliu Week. oc6 MARYSVILLE THEATER. For Five Nights Only ! ( oinmiMciiii; Tuesday Eveiiinf; Next, October 22d. The Largest and Most Spiendid Exhi bition in the World* MORRISO.VM G It CAT PAN TEC-NA-THEC A ! ..Of*. American Scenery! V o y a fce ae ross Ilie A Haul ic Ocean ..FROM.. I\ew York to Liverpool. WITH STOIC71 AT SEA ! The Scenery ot the lllver Ithine, ..AND.. Eruption of Mount Vesuvius ! As exhibited in London for 2S0 consecutive nights. iw- For full particulars see small bills. Tickets to all lower parts of Theater 75 cents; Gal lery 50cents. Reserved seats can be secured each day for $1,00 each. Doors open at 7 o’clock; Exhibition commences at 7X- A. B. MORRISON, oc!8-10d* Proprietor. Marysville Rifles. MEN WANTED to fill up the ranks of the Maiysville Rides to the maximum number. — None but good men wanted. Term of enlistment, for three years or the war. Ail those wishing to go into service will apply immediate ly at the Armory on First street, next to Decker, Jew ett A Paxton’s Banking House, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 9 P. M. The Company will be provided for at the camp at Marysville, and pay and rations will date from arrival of recruits. CfT" An entire new election of officers will be had before the Company is mustered into service. oc2 By order of the Company. JBanfitng Douses. REYNOLDS BROS. bankbus, 1 No* 14a Thltd Street, maryavl. . SELL EASTERN EXCHANGE In sums to suit, at favorable rates. PURCHASE GOLD DUST 4 GOLD BARS At best marke rates, make ad-»nce.on GoW for Coinage on favorable terms. Draw Checks at Par on REYNOLDS, ItEIS &. Co., SAW FRANCISCO F * «*> Oo.» SACRAMENTO, Attendto Collections mod transact a generalBaak* I ng Business. 4VICKS1LVER. A large supply from the Enriqueta Mines, constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco agents' rates which we warrant to be OOOD, or refund the money. je2T-mydAw REYNOLDS BROS. P - D “ OK *’' J. H. Jrwrtt 3. A. Partcb DECKER, JEWETT A PAXTON BANKERS, MARYSVILLE. Banking Hours— front 9 A.M. to 4 P. M. ADVANCES ON bold dust rORASSAt AT 0.8.RIRT. CHECKSATPAR,ON PARROTT <*> oo. BAR rSASClSCC, "* U* E* HASTINGS dfc c<> SACaAMRRTO. OOBSIOBT A*n TIMS PRATTS OR amemican kxchanos bank »*W iorr, * A valUhletn the principal cities ofthcPpto. DAiLY LINE FOR SACRAfflCNfo, ,1 I-2<)’cL0K T A. M. «ov. Dana M Littleton, Master. Swallow, W. B. Summers, •• Connecting at Sacramento with the eiagint steamers CRYSOPOLIS and ANTELOPE. For Sian Francisco. KorFrelghtor Passage apply..n Board oratthe offlceofthe Company HENRY OILMAN selmySdp Agent Cal.StoamNav. Oo. LENNOX 4 ELWELL, ..WHOLESALE DEALERS IN.. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS; Wiuom, Xjlquor«, ..AND California Produce, HEKAI-D BUILDINGS, 15 ST., MARYSVILLE. nu2-my E. WIDEMANN, UIIOLK.MLK DIALER i r»i i U K 1 lli 1 >i AND NATIVE WINES, LIQUORS, COGNACS and PROVISIONS. OFFERS TO THE TRADE Ills LARGE AND SELECT STOCK,CONSTANT!.Y RECEIVED BY T1IF.LATEST ARRIVALS. i> i: i* o t Ol the Most Celebrated Ilrnnds ol FRENCH COGNACS, Wisconsin EEouso, CORNER OP' B AND THIRD STREET* apl3-my2t- MARYSVILLE, COAL OIL AND Coal Oil Lamps, Together with all kinds of Burning and Machine OIL?; Also— Coni 11 In in mating Oil* The best brand of Kerosene ever brought Into this rtarket, s**|>erlor to Downer’s or any other Coal Oil; ALSO.. Caiiiplicne, Lard Oil, Japanese Rape < liii»a Oil, A*., TOGETHER WITH i'iibucfOF, ( igari, I’ipes, A* 1 -* r * AT WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL. Merchants and Traders from the Country FBI It Li their advantage to give me a call btlore foleF elsewhere. “ Quick Sales and Small Profit*, MY MOTTO. JOSEPH TEIKEH, No. 74 l> Nireet, (O TOSITE ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL.) aulSrmy HATS! HATS! HATS! FALL AND WINTER STYLE OF H A. T S FOR 1801, ARE NOW READY AT THE EAGLE HAT MANUFACTORY, 87 X> Stroot. WM. KLEIN. Successor to J. L. Daley 8epl0*my tiie style foh mister, , ® 41 ' Introduced August SlsO AT K. ME IISSDOBFFE b S Hat Manufactory. Corner D and Second Streets. MARYSVILLE. auBl-my 2dp WANTED OY an American Woman, a situation 1“ w »»h [3 family to do general housework. Ca »t8T iron. Persons wanting help wiU picao ; street, between Second and Third-