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TOWN ANI» COUNTV MATTERS* nojiicmn.—Dennis Carroll, an old resident of Weaverville, and proprietor of “Democratic Hal!, - ’ Main st. f was killed about 12 o’clock on Wednesday night, by a man named Jolin Dailey, from Mendocino county, who arrived here a few days ago. A Coroner’s inquest was held on Thursday morning, and the jury returned a ver dict to the effect “ that Dennis Carroll came to his death from a wound in the left breast, re ceived at the hands of one Dailey, on the night of May 21st, 18G2.” From what we can gather from a portion of the evidence given on the examination, the ililli cnlty between the parties originated from some alleged overt act on the part of Dailey ; that words and blows followed, both falling to the floor, and that while In that position, Carroll re ceived the mortal wound, lie never spoke af terwards, the knife entering bis heart. Dailey escaped from the house, but was taken next mor ning near Gray’s residence on Fast Weaver creek, by officer Prater and others. The examination before Justice Moloney commenced on Wednes day afternoon, and was not concluded at the time of going to press. There is little doubt that be will be bound over to await the action of the Grand Jury. Mr. Carroll’s sad and untimely death is gener ally lamented by our citizens, and a wife and babe are left to mourn the husband and father. Ills funeral will take place at 2 o'clock this (Friday) afternoon. Turned Up.—Last week we mentioned the dis appearance of Mr. Thos. Small. Since then we learn from Mr. Win. Kincaid that Tom has turned up, having been heard from at Yreka. Tom is determined to go to the new mines, and conclud ed to go on to Yreka and wait lor the balance of liia company. Our friend Dates is notified that it is useless to drag the North Fork for that body any lougcr. Energetic Officer. —Sheriff Jones deservos great praise for the prompt measures taken on Wednesday night to prevent the escape of Dailey, charged with the killing of Dennis Carroll. — Every outlet from the basin was guarded, some fifty persons volunteering for that purpose, nnd in four hours from the time the killing was done every bridge nnd ferry on Trinity river, from lower North Fork to Trinity Center was guarded. Personal. —Cnpt. I. G. Messec and lady, who have been spending the winter at the Day, have returned, as have also Jas. S. McCain anil lady, who have «t San Francisco for the last six weeks. The wife nnd child of Wm. Anderson, Ksq., of ilvd Dar, arrived on Wednesday evening. Yhgktaui.es. —We take occasion to thank Fred, of Feller's Garden, for a box well stored with asparagus, rhenbarb, radishes and lettuce, left at this office on Wednesday. Ill a week or two he will supply citizens with strawberries from the nbovc Garden. Arrivals.— Cy. Diiven arrived on Tuesday from lied bluff', with the first loud of freight.— Another load came in on Thursday. The stages will commence their regular trips ou Sunday. Is Again. —Townsend, discharged from the county jail a few days ago, is in again, fur tak ing things that didn’t belong to him. Some of our renders may prolit by carefully leading the new advertisements in to-day’s pa per. They contain much information. Married: At the resit!once of T. Scoflehl, m ar Wcn verville, May 17th, liy Rev. Thomas Clovers, Mu. jIknhy Knowi.ks, of Hay Fork, to Miss Chau- JOTTK I'). I’oTTKIi, of WoUVOrvillo. Died: In WeavervilU', May 19th, of brain disease, Mr. Sami ki. Inukuaoix, aged ubout U7 yearn, In Weaverville, May 'l 1st, from wound* receiv ed at the hands ni John IJailuy, Mn. Dknxis Car jtol.i., a native of county Cork, Ireland, aged ill years. 1!v Out Young M ss.—Tim Merri-nmc, being blown up, renders our little Mac. merry, — Shasta Courier. JUST RECEIVED! A LARGE LOT OF ASSORTED GROCERIES, Cigars, TOBACCO, C A KPS, CAM PHENE, COAL OIL, a n <1 F R U I T, ■*> FREEH TEAS. Which will be sold LOW FOIl CASH! ar-fr Orders from thecountrv promptly attend ed to. MAX LANG, Fierce, Church & Co.’s old Stand. Weaverville, Apri 1 ID, 1802. Utd. i siinn & comm, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL — DEALERS IN — GROCERIES, LIQUORS AND PROVISIONS, DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODE, ■ COOT* miJ MIIOKN, City of Paris ! EIDER'S OLD BUILDING, Main Street, - - Weaverville. Wcavcrville, May 10, 1802. 17. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND FRUIT. LEO SCHUMACHER, (NEXT ABOVE ST. CHARLES HOTEL,) DKAI.ICIt IX CIGARS, TOBACCO, FRUIT, CONFECTIONERY, NUT*, I*II*K*, Kir. jBJft'The choicest Cigars only will be offered. Public palrouage respectfully solicited. Weaverville, Nov. I, IStiJ. 42ld. NEW-YORK CLOTHING STORE ! Dry-Gooils, (Homing;, BOOTS AND SHOES, lints, Caps, Etc., Wholesale and retail, at the lowest market rates. S. LOFFMAN, Between the Magnolia and Seaman's Drug Store. Weaverville, Warch ti, 1802. 8tf. NOTICM. I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD MY STOCK OF .1. merchandise and book ncpqqqts tq Jos. T. McMaIioii, who will continue the business at rnv old stapd. H. HOOKER. Weaverville, Jail, 20, 18G2. 2tf. C O P A It T N ERSHIP. The undersigned haying furchas cd the interest of 1,. V. Loomis in the Lewis ton Market, the business will, from this date, be carried on under the name and style of McOaus- Jand and Williams. GEO. WILLIAMS. Lewiston, May 7, 18C2. 182 Mr. Special Notices MASONIC. JL Trinity Lodge,No. 27.F.A.M.—Hold their regular communications at Moronic /\r\ Hull, Weaverville.ou the last Monday of each month. /SB- Hour of meeting, <5 o’clock, P. M. IvC. O. II. F. Noucross, Secretary. TRINITY CHAPTER, No. 10, ROYAL ARCH MASONS.meet KM on the second and Fourth Tuesday in ench month, at the Masonic Hull, in Wenverville. IvC. Jxo. C. Burch. Secretary. -<<«»•► — - — X. O. o. F. North star lodge. No. (11, meets every Wednesday evening.at 7i o’clk., at Odd 1' ellows ' Hall, Alain street, Wenverville. All visiting Bro thers are cordially invited to attend. IvC. II. Block, R, S. STELLA ENCAMPMENT, No. 12, 1, 0. O, F.—-Meets outlie evenings of the first and third Monday of each month, at Odd Fellows’ Hall, “ Clifford’s” building, Main street. Patri archs from abroad are cordially invited to attend, lvfl. Frank \V. Young, Scribe. 3Vtx*s». As EXPEKlKXCKti XritsE nn<l V,unity Physician, lias a Sentliing Syrup fnr children toetl«ii»(r, which grrally farilitntes Hie process of teething. Iiy softoiiiiiK the Rums, reitueino all intlamat allay all pain, ami is sure Jo rCj'iilutr tj»u l»owul>*. Depend upon it. mot ho fib it will give rest to voursolvos, amt roliol Hurt to you* in fant*. profoctly safe in all cases. See advertisement in another column. in.1217,*.n. -««•*> The itldlicnl mid fSurgic-nl Iiinliliile of Dr. I„ J, C’zapkav is alreaily secured in a position which places It. as well as its proprietor, far above the assails of envy and professional malice. In the schools of trance, the highest prizes are often awarded to practitioners in this department of Medical science, and they occupy with others, an equally lofty position in tho profession. Hi cord is an illustrious example, a shining light among the phil osophical stars of his ngu hi Kurope, and Dr. Cznpkny lias fullv equalled him In this country ; as a proof of which, the Philadelphia College of Medicine complimented him with a Diploma, and the honorary ad eundem degree. Se looting this as Ills field of operation, although qualified as a graduate of the University of I’esth, and late Chief bur geon of the Hungarian itovohitiouary Army, for more ex tended labors. Dr. I.. .1. Cznpkuy has bent his earnest at tention to the cure of chronic and private diseases, in which ho has become so great an eaport that he is now regarded as 1 lie ii aiikr in tills branch of his profession throughout the United States, and his portrait and bi«»g rnpliv are published is matter of interest to their readers in the most exclusive journals. Tho Doctor’s olliecs are at ills Medical and Surgical Institute, on Sacramento st.. corner of l.eldesdorlf. nearly opposite the building of the I’aeilie Mail Steamship < ompany. We ask particular attention of our readers to the sworn ern’tlllcfttes of remarkable cures, in another column of tills paper. lO.Uin. llusinesH I> T otie('S. HENRY ,T. IIOWE, ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR AT I, AW. (Mike on Court Street, - - WKAVF.RVU.I.R, TRINITY COUNTV, CALIFORNIA, /s8-0nllcctinmi made on roauonahlc terms, nod proceeds promptly remitted. »5.l2tf. JOHN C. BURCH, ATTORNEY -A.T XjAw'W, . . . .AT 1IIH OLD OFFIPK, OX. . . . Court Street, Wenverville, California. Weavervillc, May 17, 18(11. 18.tf. , C tin il limp me, ... 1C. r. Miller. CHADBOURNE & MILLER, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, ’WKAYKUYII.I.K, Trinity County, California. Office on Court Street, in the building .'ieiofore occupied by .1. Chaditourne. utr. S. P1TZHR. R. Or. STUART. PITZER & STUART, l t torn e y s AT T j a w , WEAVE it, TRINITY Co., CAL. FFiCE "JOURNAL” BUILDING, SECOND STORY, MAIN HTItEKT. Weaver, Jan. 19, 18(11. Ivfi. JOHN MURPHY, DISTRICT ATTORNEY |f O R V RIM T Y C O U X T Y . Office, corner Court and Center street*. h. All civil suits and iiuslnnes entrusted to s oare will re&civu immediate and striot ntloii- n.wf. E. J. CURTIS, COUNTY JUDGE, — AND — attorney and Counsellor at Law, Offh'R.—on Court House Hill, First building below Court lloiMC.*t&K Wenverville, Jan. ltl, 18(51. I'd', EDWARD TRASK, M. D„ liysieian and Surgeon. O f <• («*«** joker’s Building, Court Street, IT p Stairs.* Toavcr, Jan. II), 18(51. l vfi . . J. HOFFMANN, PHYSICIAN A, SIJltUEON, BOUNTY PHYSICIAN. . . . .OFl'K’H •cc doors above Union Ilotol, Court St. I’cavorvillc, Jan. 10. 18(11. IvC. 11. Jl. A. T3 I OMAS. —OFFICK AT THE — CITY DRUG STORE, Val INiilr of Tin in Hired, Wenverville. Tcavervillo, Jan. 19,1881. kd. M. CHAUNCEY, M. I>. akes tins method of informing the people of lily that lie has located permanently in \\ ea irille, as PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, solicits a share ol their patronage. 8 | m || endeavor to maintain the confidence ot ie who may favor lU'i with their calls. FFICE- New building, Court street, nearly osite Cltadbourne’s law otlice. ’caver, Jan. 19, 1801. * v(5. HEAP FOR CASH! CIGARS, TOBACCO, FRUIT, NUTS, CONFECTIONERY, LIQUORS, &c., W ORLEANS BAR BUILDING, (Weet aide Main eavcrvillo, Feb. 15, 18«2. 5tl - WM. MOLONEY. l»tioo of tlxo Poftco. ft.#*- Office on Court Street, WO J)OQRS ABOVE UNION HOTEL. ■ Kir., dynwa mill ac- TNNEGAN, • - - JACK HULSE, CONSTA HU KS . cavcrville, J«u. 1 ‘J, 1801. IvC, HOOKER’S SALOON ! HEAD OF MAIN STREET. THE UNDERSIGNED IIAS TAKEN : -Sfejj the above well-known Saloon, where for .JsfcHLlhe accommodation ami enjoyment of his friends and the former patrons o( the House, he will keep a constant supply of choice LIQUORS, WINES AND CIGARS, which he invites them to call and sample. FRANK 11. BRITTON. Wcnveni!lo, Feh. 22, 1862. fitd. mLUAUDS! n h n It ! Till’. FINKS'I' SALOON IN' TOWN, J5Y DAY oil NIGHT! rpil E I’ROI’RIETORS BEG LEAVE TO J. state to the public that their Saloon is now furnished with THREE NEW BILLI ARD TABLES, Marble and Slate beds, with Phelan’* Combination Cushion*. direct from O'Conner it Collender, makers, through their agent, M. E. Hughes, San Francisco. The « Bank Exchange’ Bar is furnished with the best the market affords, at all times. Champagne, of the celebrated ‘Cliijuot’ brand, always on hand. F. & J. YOUNG. Weaverville, Jan. Iff, 1801. lvO. BACK AT THE OLD STAND! DAN S PLACE ! (roii.il i:i;i.y mu 1: cuali-KNCK. ” Having resumed business at the oid Corner, friends and the public generally are invited to call in. The choicest WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS may always lie had. DAN BENNETT. Weaverville, Feb. Iff, 1802. tf. New House ! A. MITCHELL Kfffr Having leased the “ Magnolia,’’ in jivWiy forms his old friends and the public that ' lie is now prepared to supply them with the best and purest Wines, lAquoi'H and Cigars KVEU OF FEU ED /.V THIS MAIIKET, at wholesale and retail. A. MITCHELL. Weaverville, June 20, 1801, 2ftd. TRINITY SALOON AND DRUG STORE, NORTH FORK, TRINITY CO., CAL. HAVING BOUGHT THE HOUSE -MUIL- formerly occupied by A. F. Bilay, I beg leave to inform the public that it shall always be kept in the best possible manner. Tim Saloon Is furnished with an excellent Bil liard Table, and constantly supplied with choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, A general assortment of the very best Drugs, Medicines, Extracts, Patent Medicines, ole., always on Imml, jT-fJ"Prescriptions put np bv an experienced Druggist, RUDOLPH BOCH. North Fork, Jan. 1, 1800. flltf. R.. 33 0 0EX, Justice of the Peace ami Notary Public. xoitTir ronic, trinity rurvrv, r.\r,. Jh-ah, Mortgages, etc., properly 'ilrmrn ft ml ( t cl no telaIged, j 551 . BILLSARD AND DRINKING S A LOON. THE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW PRO ■f? ifcVprietors of the well known Saloon, Neblett’s building, next door to McCain A Co., where ! they will be happy to see their old friends and ' patrons. The Saloon contains Two Excellent Billiard Tables, and tin 1 Bar is provided with the finest CIGARS and LIQUORS. Give us a call. R. RYAN, 1’. MoGRATH. Weaverville, July 20, 1801, 27tf. XJnion Hotel, court Opposite U. S. Rainy.) - - WgAVK.itvii.i.H VOGEL & PAULSEN, Proprietors. THE ABOVE HOTEL IS ONE of the ,LU1« eldest and best conducted in Northern Cal ifornia. No pains is spared to make guests com fortable. Board and lodging by the day, week and month. Weaverville, Jan. Iff, 1861. lvfi. NORTH FORK HOTEL! ENGLE & YOHE, Proprietors. L‘jfi Having taken the above Ho tel, no pains will be spared by the proprietors to please their ens , tumors. Imp< rtant improvements ! are now being made, and rooms added. The Bar will contain none but the choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The Singe makes tri-weekly trips throughout the summer, to and from Weavervlllo, The patronage of our old friends and the trav eling public is solicited. ENGLE & YOHE. North Fork, April 8, 1861. 1:11m*. SHERIFFS SALE, TTY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED J ) out of the District Court of the Ninth Judi cial District, in and.for the county of Trinity, duly attested the 8th day of May. A. I)., 1862, to me directed and delivered, in an action had in said Court, wherein Win. Herdle is plaintiff, and Chrfs. Leathern and Win. Tabor are defendants, 1 have levied on all the right, title and interest which the said defendants possessed in and to tile following described property, to wit : A certain frame bouse situate on the liill west of Steiner's Flat, in the county ol Trinity and State of California, known ns Tabor & Leathain’s dwelling house. Also, a certain mining claim situate on Steiner’s Fiat, county and State afore said, adjoining the Meld of Win. Herdle uml Nel son Bates’ mining claim. Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 31st day of May, A. D.. 1863, between the hours of Iff and 12 o’- clock, a. mi., in front of the Court House, in the town of Weaverville, 1 will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, all the right, title gild interest the said defendants possessed ill and to the above described property.—Weaverville, May ff, 1862. JOHN 1’. JONES, Sheriff. By A. M, Kui'tthchnttt, Deputy, I7tg. PACIFIC BREWERY. JUNCTION' OK MAIN' A OIIKUON’ STKKUTS, IV 10 A A’ 10 U V I I. I, to , Frcl. Walter A. Co,, Proprietors. I HE UNDERSIGNED ARE MANUFAOTUR | . ing, and have always for sale, a superior qual f of LAGER BJELEJrL, which they II deliver, in large and small quantities, in any , ,rt of the county, and to kamii.iks when requir- j , Their Brewery is supplied with pure, cool Sprlas Wrvtor, d a cellar of tet temperature, which enables them manulacture and preserve the liquid in great rity, and always lit for immediate use. V. WALTER .t CO. Weaver, Jau. 19, 1861. Iv6. JAMES S. Nli C&III & CO., FIRE-PROOF STORE, (OU) STAND,) HEAD OF MAIN ST.-WEST SIDE, — Wholesale ami Retail Dealers in— Groceries and Provisions, WINES, LIQUORS, DRY-GOODS MID CLOTHING. 33 O O T W , S I I O K S , CARPETS, DRUGGETS. MATS, MATTINGS, DAMASK and WINDOW SHADES, FLOOR and TABLE OIL CLOTHS. PAPER HANGINGS and BORDERS, HARDWAR1 3 OF EVERY VARIETY. CROCKERY. GLASSWARE, WINDOW GLASS, BORAX, PUTTY, PAINTS, OILS, CAMPIIENE, Cigars, Tobacco, tfco. —ALWAYS OS' IIAXt), — Pickled and Smoked SALMON, Codfish and Mackerel, OF THE BEST QUALITY. CHOICE TEAS AND COFFEES, FLOUR—BEST Quality, MINING AND BLASTING POWDER,' And every article required in the mining region. delivered without charge. JAS. S. MoCAIN, P. McCLURE. Weavcrville, Jan. 1!), 1801. lvfi. 1852 - - - 18(12. IIIIT1II MAMET I JON.J. HUSCRDFT &. CO., srccKsaona to —— A. <T. LOOM IS & CO., r it o i* n l k t o it s. rpilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ASSUMED I tin; proprietorship of this, the oldest market establishment in Weavcrville, take occasion to say to the public that the business will he con tinued at the old stand, where, by using every effort in their power to please and accommodate customers, they hope to deserve a continuance of the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on the Mountain Market. We desire to apprise customers, Dealers and the public generally, that our stock of new-cured Hams, Bacon, alicl Smoltocl 33oof. Is now ready for the market. Our supply is ex tensive, and the quality superior to that of any previous year. Also, a large lot of choice, fresh LARD, in large and small packages, put up ex clusively for this market. Those wtio favor us with their patronage may rest assured that they will lie supplied at all times with the choicest article ol I3EEF, PORK, SAUSAGE, DRIED and PICKLED MEATS, that the mar ket affords, and at the most, reasonable prices. MARKKT— III',. | U MALY Si'llKKT, JNO. J. lilJSCItOFT A CO. Woavorville, Dec.)0, istii, S)tf. JUNKANS & SCHUYLER, iioc>rcKirs HCiKnixij, MAIN 8THKKT, WKAYKKVII.M6, . . . .RKALKIIS IN.... HARDWARE, STOVES, SHEET IRON, Tin - Waro, Ijfimps of till Sizori, An,) every article usually kept in similar es tablishments. orders for work attended to promptly, and satisfaction guaranteed. jaltt.lvli. RANCH AND DAIRY COWS FOll SALE. ONE OF THE BEST DAIRY RAN 'I'-i..?/!.. dies in Northern California, situated in flay Fork Valley, is offered for sale by the un dersigned, together with FORTY GOOD MILCH COWS. The ranch is situated 20 miles from Wea verville, with a good wagon road to al! parts of the county. The ranch contains 75 acres of good tillable land, am] an unlimited stock range, with good buildings, fences and farming utensils. The whole w ill he sold cheap for oasli, or part cash, with security on the place for the balance. Apply to JOHN CARR, on the premises, or TIIOS. OAUR, Weavcrville. llay Fork Valley, March 10, 1802. 9tf. WATCHES! JEWELRY! and SILVER WARE. WM. liAETTR, PRACTICAL WATCII MAKER AND Jeweler, has leased .limes' hiiildiug, cor ner of Main nod Court streets, where In- will keep constantly on hand, and make to order, cv ery variety of Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware, q II A K T V. J K tv K I. U V Manufactured In order. Watches and Jewelry repaired. All work guaranteed. Weaver,Jan. It), 1801. lvfi. Bavaria Brewery! WEST 8tl)B OF WEAVER CHEEK, Below Gavtlqii ! RMI E UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEASURE J in informing the puhlio tliat they are now manufacturing, and offer lor sale n superior qual ity of L AOBR BEER, warranted equal to any in tlm Stale. A share of the public pat ronage is requested. This Lager Beer is put up with great care, in quantities to suit, kept con stantly on hand, and will lie delivered in any part of the county. HENRY LORENZ. JOHN 11 AG LEM A N. Weaver, Jan. l!), lfifil. lvfi. ISAAC HAMO, (iiktvvkgn x. v. i tor si, am* mau.vo.ua,) e .lt*r ill n Clears Tobacco, Camplonc, MEERSCHAUM PIPES, FRUIT, CARDS, riTI.FRY aii'l FANCY AKTICJ.KS. Weavcrville, April 19,1*02. I ltd. CANTOROWITZ & BRO., 1?| A I IN NT., WKIVrinilJ.K, C\Kxr aii*»\k I'iKKFK, nil urn a ml,) —dealers in— CIGAnS, TOI3ACCO, FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, &C. orders promptly tilled. Weavcrville, Jan. ID, 1801. 1 vII. new arrival OF ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER T)ry"( » oocls, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC, M. WILLIAMS & 00., AT THEIR OLD STAND, (Opposite the Dunk Exchange,) AUK NOW KKKKIVINU, Dii’oct from Now Yorlt, TIIH I.AKUKST AN l> HKST STOCK OK FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, DRY-GOODS and furnishing goods, Ever brought to Wcavcrville, which they offer 10 per cent, less Than any House in town. Call and examine our new stock before you purchase. shall do all that we promise, and only ask an opportunity to exhibit our new goods. M. WILLIAMS t CO. 'Wcavcrville, Jan. l!>, 18111. I' d. L. A. JOHNSON, JiT TUK CITY I)RUO STORE, WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET, WEAVER WIIOI.KSAr.K & It UTAH, PKAI.KR IS DRUGS ANI> MEDICINES, P/.f toys, PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, Sugars, Tobacco, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC, Cards, tbo. HAVING just received a large, fresh, and va ried stock of Goods in bis line, is prepared to offer great inducements to purchasers. Great attention is paid to procuring the BEST AND PUREST ARTICLES of MEDICINE that can tic had in the market. All the popular PATENT MEDI CINES— Sarsaparillas, Bitters, Elixirs, Balsams Pectorals, Pills Plasters, Embrocations, Liniments, Expectorants, &c., Constantly on hand, and warranted genuine. pti~ Traders supplied on the most reasonable terms. jan.UMvfi. jK. CAKI) —TO TIIE — SPRING ANI) SUMMER Clothing Trade OP SAN FRANCISCO. BADGER & LINDENBERGER, Nos. 411, 413 anil 415 Battery St., ,V.I.V FRANCISCO. IMPORTERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS I Entire .New timl i'resli Stock ! U K WOt J /> t'A | | TIIK ATTENTION Ol* COUNTRY MERCHANTS To our unusually large stock of Goods. Our stock comprises every article in (lie Chithin;/ mid Fimiinliinii linr. We have constantly on hand the largest stock and greatest, variety of Cashi- MKlii; and W OOL H A T S, of any house in the city, and our prices for those Goods are less than of any other House, as wo receive them direct from the manufacturers consignment. Our stock of • SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS is particularly attractive, and the great feature to the 6 'minii i/ Merchant is the unusually low price—less than the cost of impoitntion. Wo also keep the Staple Articles in the Dry- Hoods line, which Goods wo have purchased in this market under the llnnmn r, and are ottering them at JYew York cust~-und lev*. We publish this Curd in order that we may make new ac (|naintauces, and induce those who hove not here tofore purchased of us, to call and inspect our stock. All wc ask is an opportunity to show the Hoods and name the prices, and we have no fear of the result. Good articles and hue prim are the great inducements to all who purchase to sell again. Merchants who hoy of us can make a good profit and sell In their customers at a low ligure. We remain, respectfully, Your obedient servants, BADGER St LINDENBERGER, Wholesale Clothing and Hat Warehouse, Nos. Ill, 1 El and 415 llattery street, (corner of Merchant struct,) San Francisco, April 20, 18(12. 1513. OOLE TRADER'S NOTICE. - STATE OP kJ Cai.ii'oiima, County ok Trinity —Wcavorville Township.—Know all men by these presents that I, Catharine O’Keefe, of said county, wife o! Jno. O'Keefe, resident of Douglas City, and county of Trinity, State of California, do now publish and declare that it is my intention to carry on busi ness on my own account, and in my own name, as Sole Trader, in pursuance of an Act ol the Legislature of the State of California, entitled an “Act to authorise married women to transact business in their ow n names as Sole Traders, pass ed April 12, 1832.” And 1 further declare that said business wilt lie the business of a boarding house, and keeping bur, and will lie carried on and practiced at Douglus City, in Wcavcrville township, county of Trinity, and that the amount of capital invested in said business doe* not ex ceed live thousand dollars. In witness whereof I have hereunto set iny hand and seal this 28th day of April, A. 1)., 1802. [i..s.] CATHARINE O’KEEFE. QTATE OF CALIFORNIA, Coimt or Titm l) ty —Wcavcrville Township.—On this 28th day of April, A. D., 1802, personally appeared befbre me, Wm. Moloney, a Justice of the Reaoe in and for said township and county, Catharine O Keels, wife of John O’Keefe, personally known to me to he the individual described in, and who execu ted the above declaration, as a party thereto, and the Huid Catharine O'Keefe, wire of the said John O'Keefe, having been by me tirst made acuuaiut ed with the content* of said instrument, acknowl edged to ttte. on an examination had separate and apart from her husband, that she executed | the same freely and voluntarily, without fear or compulsion, or undue influence of her husband, and that she does not wish to retract the execu tion of the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand the day and year first a hove written. WM. MOLONEY, ItjJv, Justice of the l'eace. FOR SALE. 'TRIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE, I. immediately, his entire stuck of household furniture, cooking utensils, ele.. on reasonable terms. Inquire at the I’auilic Brewery Saloon, of W. SCHNABEL. Wcavcrville, May 17, 1862. 18. e. h, McDonald & co., WHOLESALE Importing Druggists, SACRAMENTO, OAT,. U K CALL THE ATTENTION of all dealing in our line, to our large assortment of newly arrived Goods, composed in part of the fol lowing articles, together with ev erything kept in a well supplied WHOLESALE DRUG STORE: Arms, ALCOHOL, AMMONIA, ARROW ROOT. CREAM TARTAR, ESSENTIAL OILS, INDIGO, CASTILE SOAP, FANCY SOAPS, RAY RUM, PEARL PARLEY, GUM CAMPHOR, SPICKS, COOKING EXTRACTS HOPS. FRESH, SULPHUR. A's*)ers 1 Material. Crucibles 1 , Retorts 1 , Acids, and a general sup ply of all articles in this line. Patent Medicine*, A very large supply of all in general vise. We are Agents for mast of the leading articles. For sale by U. li. McDONALl) & CO. Keleetlf Medicine*. We are constantly receiving, per express, ad ditional supplies from the manufactories. TILDEN'S SUGAR COATED PILLS, of al most all the Concentrated Medicines, put up iu bottles. For sale l*y R. II. MeDONALD A CO., Sacramento. Perfumery. We are constantly receiving articles in this line, direct from Foreign and American manufac tories. it. ii. McDonald a co. Paints, Oils anil Varnishes, Drastics, Feather Dusters, Zinc White, Fire Proof Paint, Linseed Oil, boiled and raw. For suio by n. ii. McDonald a co. Coal and Kerosene Oil*, Darning Fluid, Lamp Oil, Nent»-foo4 OU, Lard Oil, Camphene. Knowing the difficulty in pro curing a good article, so necessary for Itrillinitt light, we have taken extra pains (• Lujaort them of the best quality, and ean supply one custom ers with a superior article. R. H. MeDONALD a CO., Sacramento. Brewer's Stark. Fresh Hops, Irish Moss, Rcrgundy Pitch, K"g Corks. Everything in this line of the best qual ity. For sale upon reasonable terms Ly r. ii. McDonald a co. Soda Water Material. Corks, Acids, Essential Oils, Whiting, Marld* Dust, Soda Twine. Everything in the line. For sale by R. 11. MeDONALD A CO. Trusses, Supporters, Kir. Gum Stockings, Shoulder Unices, Abdominal Supporters, Suspensory Dandages, Silk Elastic Dandages. for ladies. A large assortment of ar ticles in this line. For sale by It. II. MeDONALD A CO., Sacramento. Denial Ronds, We respectfully call the attention of Dentists to our large and well assorted stock ol every thing in this department ; Vulcanite Teeth, Plain and Gum Teeth, Gold Foil, Dlow Pipes, Corundum Wheels. Files a large variety, impression Caps, Franklin’s Artic ulators, Plugging Instruments, Dental Lathes, VulcaoUers —different kinds, Excavators. Itnrrs nnd Drills, Forceps—all kinds, Month Glasses, Plato Cutters, Tin Foil, Precipitated Silver. A very line quantity of DENTIST'S CASKS, very compact, with full sets of drawers, lllleil with highly finished uml bust quality ol Instru ments, Anatomical Preparations set beneath glass va ses, showing the face bones and teeth, with com plete sets ol Arteries, Veins and Nerves. These are of late French improvement, and superior lo anything of Hie kind ever before introduced. All of which we sell on reasonable terms. R. II. MeDONALD a CO., Sacramento. FORTY THOISA.M) ALMANACS, For 18G2, iu English, German, French, .Span ish, Portuguese, Italian ami Chinese, for gratuit ous distribution. Send your orders. it. II. McDONALl) A CO. The undersigned offer for sale : HIP Carboys oil Vitrol, “ Eastern” j 8500 Pis Nitric Acid, strong j 1500 lbs Citric Acid ; 101)0 lb 1 . Muriatic Acid ; 2000 lbs Powdered Tartaric Acid, best ( 50 cases super Curb. Soda ; 800 o*s Ralph. Quinine,! 700 do* Wright’s Pills, 00 ozs Strychnine, pure,! 20 gross It mud. Pills, 75 ok* Suipli Morphine,! 100 gross M offals, Lees, 100 lbs Iodide Potassa,! Ayers, Jaynes, ami 125 lbs Chloroform, ! Me Lane’s Pills, 100 Ihs Calomel, ! 100 do/. Myer’s Rarsnp. 1000 llis Rpts Nitre and ! and Yellow Dock, Aq. Ammonia, ! 100 do*. Lyon’s Katha 1100 lbs Dais. Copaiba, ! lion, 750 lbs Gum Arabic,! 500 do*. J. Hanoi's A white, ! Go's Extracts, Hair 2000 Ihs Flors Sulphur,! Oil, Colognes, Ac. 600 Ihs Oil Lemon Per-: 75 boxes Castile Soap, galliot, ! genuine, Orltpiiiiiii, Peppermint,! 1)0 ca* best Olive Oil, Spruce nnd Almonds, ; 8000 lbs Sal Soda, 2200 gul Kerosene Oil,; 00 bbls Rosin, 1100 gal Lard Gil, Hus,: 100 bbls Plaster Paris, K00 gal Campheuo, ; 10 bbls Marble Dust, 1200 gal yj per ut. AI-: 20 blits Whiting, coliol, iu tin*, : 3000 lbs Shakers' herbs 1100 gal Linseed Oil, ; fresh, 1UU0 gal Nealsfoot, Po-; 100 lbs pure Ground lari China Nut Oil,; Sage, fresh, 800 gal Castor Oil, ; 1000 lbs press. Hops, Pain t Drushcs, ; J and I lb papers, White Wash Drushcs, ; 1260 lbs redued Umax, Hair Druslies, ; Varnishes of all kinds, Teeth Druslies, ! 80(40 lbs assort. Paints, Feather Dusters, ; In cans, 10 bbls rclin. Lninphl’k,; 1 ton Putty in bladders 20 bbls Irish Mess, ; and tins, 10 cases Isinglass, ; 12 bids Dye Woods. 25 bbls Canary, Hemp. Flax and Coriander Seeds. In quantities to suit, nil at. the lowest prices. Uriler* respectfully solicited. M. II. M> DONALD A CO., Importing »ud Wholesale Druggists, Sacramcuto. Patent Medicines. W# are agent* for U>o Yellowing kns«u Medi cines, and offer them at IjIHRUt’UD PRICKS : Sand*’ Sarsaparilla, Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, Myers’ SarsaparHIa aud Yellow Dock, Jayne’s Expectorant, Jayne’S Alterative, Juyne’s |Jair Tunic, Jayne’s Sanative Pills, Jayne's Ague du, Ayer’s Pectoral nnd Ague Cure, Wistar’s Malsam Wild Cherry, Ayer’s Pills, Moffat's Pills, Cheesoman’s PUL. Tilden's S,igar Goat. Pills, Tildcn’e Fluid Extracts. Tilden's Pearls of Ether and Chlmoform, Moffat's Phoenix Hitters. r. h. McDonald & co., Importing and Wholesale Druggists, uply.l'it.opwrm. SACRAMENTO.