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Tlie Journal.
An Irishman upon tub Dkmockatic Partt.—
The Oregon Smtinal bag a long letter from au
It isbman who gives bis views on the position
of the so-called Democracy towards Irishmen as
follows :
Three times in the last thirty years lias this
pa? ly committed treason against their Irish fellow
citizens, by whose aid alone they were hoisted
into power, and all those acts in the same city—
Charleston, South Carolina. First, in 1832, when
they nullified the laws of Congress, by which
Amerioan industry nnd manufacturing skill would
be developed, and a remunerative labor market
opened to the Irish race ; next, in 1860, when
they rent asunder the great Democratic Conven
tion of the United States, and with less thau a
thiid of the whole number did, in the city of
Richmond, place in nomination John C. Breck
inrige, of Kentucky, and Joseph Lane of Oregon,
practically nullifying the lime-honored doctriue
of the party, that the majority shall govern.'’’
John Say Shot.— On Tuesday the 13th of May,
IJeut. Flynn, commanding a detatchment of 25
men from Fort Anderson, was in the neighborhood
of II. Croghan’s ranch, north side of Mad river.
Tin detatchmeut was divided into three parties
t.i the morning, and they had all been scouting
or Indians until toward evening, when they met
by appointment at Croghan’s. Camp had been
struck, about which the men were ; Lieut. Flynn
was kneeling upon the ground near the camp fire
talking with John Saf, who was guide to the par
ty. when they were startled by the report of six
r ties within 50 or 75 yards, and the whistling of
bullets through the camp. The party immediately
sprang to arms and gave pursuit, but the Indians
were so expert that they all escaped without be
ing seen. Upon examination it was found that
Suf was wounded ; the ball entered the thigh,
glancing around the bone, and came out oil the
opposite side, inflicting a slight flesh wound
mi the other leg. Mr. Saf rode to Areata on
Wednesday for surgical treatment. — Humboldt
Timrt.
Orpheus C. Kerr's Description oka Fight.—
Upon reaching the scene of strife, my boy, we
discovered that the tea western Cavalry men
find louted the rebels, killing four regiments,
which were also carried away. On our side
nobody was killed or wounded. Iu fact, two of
our men, who weut to the fight sick with the
mease Is, were entirely cured, and captured four
good army surgeons. I must state, however, my
boy. that although nobody was killed or wounded
on our side, there was one man missing. It seems
that when be found the balls flying pretty thick
ly about hia ears, he formed himself into a hol
low square, my boy, and retreated in good order
into the neighboring bushes. lie forihed himself
into a hollow square by bending gently forward
until his hands touched the ground, and made
his retrogude movement on all fours. Col. Wob
insou remarked that this style of forming a hol
low square wus an intensely immense thing on
llardee.
A Couple or Gems from Etiikridue’s Nash
tii.i.e Speech.—Negro Equality. —He again
allud- d to negro equality and said it wus ‘ hard
to tell a w bite man from a nigger iu New Orleans.’
At the same time Ibe people of New York gave
50,000 majority for Mr. Lincoln, they gave a ma
jority of 2U0.0QQ ugainst negro suffrage, “ and
yet Jackson was elected I’resident by the aid of
voles of the free negroes of Tennessee.”
4. B.
I am not superstitious, gentlemen, but allow
me to tell you that I shall always steer clear of
the initials “ J. B.” J. if. indicates Juhti Breck
inridge ; J. B. stands for James Buchanan ; J. B.
suggests Juduh Benjamin ; J. B. stands for John
Bull ; and, without intending to be offensive, 1
will rerniud you that J. B. stands tor Jobu
lirowu.
* he poor pittauce of seven
eiug a vitliau for. What
glibor lies in a splendid
innocence. Look behind
of time. A vast desert
r _„., wearied with years and
sorrow, they sink from the walks of man. You
must leave them where they fall ; and you are
to go a little further until you find eternal rest!
Whatever you may have to encounter between
the cradle and the grave, every moment is big
with events, which come not iu succession, but
hunting forcibly from a revolving and unknown
cause, fly over Ibis orb with diversified influence.
“Who hath gladness 7 Who hath joy ? Who
bath growing business and full coffers 7 Who
payeib bis notes promptly 7 Who gaineth the
confidence arid putronuge of men, and risetb
surely to affluence ? He that udvertiseth liber
ally—he that through the journals of the day
rnaketb himself and business known I He bath
chosen the part of wisdom, and his houors and
riches increase like the light of the morning.
His shudovv groweth broad. His complacency
increaselh. His huppiness endureth uud he is
honored and blest of all men.”
Our idea is,” said a fellow that got a shrew
for u wife, “ that —
Woman's love is like Scotch snuff,
We get a pinch, and that’s enough.”
Au old darkey adds :
“ Woman's love is like Jngen rubber,
H stretch do more, de mote you lub her.”
A •' Toiiibki.” Education.— Some weeks ago a
gossiping bnehelor was iudiscreet enough to hint
hl» want of u better half. A pleasing young lady
of Mansfield, Ohio, thinks she will “ suit him,”
and gives the following description ol her per
sonal charms : “ I am 21 years old, good naturd,
have a loribel good education, am a milliner by
trade, lite bair, liter blew byes, Tan!, well pur
poshoued and of a spectable family.”
A music teacher once wrote that “ the art of
playing the violin required the iiiaest perception
and the most sensibility of any art iu the known
world.” Upon which an editor comments in the
following manner; “The art of publishing n
country newspaper, and making it pay, uini at
the same time have it please everybody, beats
the art of Addling higher than a kite.”
At Lynn, the other day, a Sunday School
teacher asked a little girl who the first uiau wus.
She answered that she didn’t kuow. The ques
tion was put to the next, an Irish girl, who
answered, “ Adam, sir,” with apparent satisfac
tion, " La,” said the first scholar, “ you need’llt
feel so grand about it—be wasn’t au Irishman.”
Snake River has risen sous lo flood Lewiston
to the depth of two or three feet, and, at last ad
vices, was still rising. Only one store was out of
water. Lewiston is tho rendezvous for Salmon
bound miners.
A little five-year old girl, who has a brother
iu the army, was told that she must pray for her
brother Jo. The uext night ou going to bed, the
said ;
*• O, Lord, let brother Jo shot the others, but
don’t jet the others shut Jo.”
The Baris J'atrie. learns that two English frig
ates were to leave oil the 16th of April for Ber
muda, with ordinance and ammunition.
Thu talrit asserts that England was about
to coucculrate troops uud vessels of war at Ber
muda,
Lord Bacon has beautifully said, “ If a mao
be giuciuus to strangers, it shows that he is a
cilizeu of the world, uud that his hand is nu island
cut oft' troin the other lauds, but u continent that
joins them.”
Wiiy is mi attorney like a minister 7 Because
he studies the law uud the prulits.
LOST :
ON TIIE EIGHTEENTH OF APRIL, BE
tween Autoiue’a bouse, on Kerry Bur, and
Lmvdeu's ranch, u Pocket {look, containing pa
pera of value lo no one but tbe owner. Tlie
tiuder will be uuitubly rewarded by leaving it at
(be place of buaiuca* of tbe |;
Flat, April ID, IfiC-I- Hit-
THE LITTLE FROCK AND SHOES
A little frock but slightly worn,
Of blue and white delaine.
With edging round the neck and sleeves,
Lay folded neat and plain ;
Beside a little pair of shoes.
With here and there a flaw—
Lay half concealed among the things
lu mother's bureau draw.
Summer had passed away from earth,
With all its sweetest times ;
The birds had left their summer haunts
For more congenial climes ;
The twilight breezes softly played
Among the dews of even —
An angel left his home on high
To gather flowers in heaven.
The angel near and nearer came
Where sister sick did lie,
And gently fanned the little cheek,
And pointed to the sky.
The morning shone upon the bed—
The Autumn wind blew free—
The angel moved his silvery wing,
And whispered—“Come with me.”
We gathered round her dying bed,
With hearts to weep and pray!
And bitter were the tears we shed
When darling went away.
No scalding tears had she to weep—
No sins to he forgiven—
But closed her little eyes iu sleep
To open them in Heaven.
We laid her in the earth's green breast
Down by the village green.
Where gently waves the dewy grass,
And Summer flowers are seen.
And often when dear mother goes
To get her things to use,
I see her drop a silent tear
On sister’s frock and shoes.
The Placcrville papers announce the arrival
in that town of the “ great North American Pie
Biter.”
• Cast away the staff of duty, and like the
prophet's wand, it changes to a snake.
The fisherman who trusted to “ coining events”
caught only a shad, oh !
The solar system bus a large family, but only
one sun.
We now oiler
n full confidctice to the public a new article of
KEROSENE OIL,
Which we can warrant in every particular to be
superior to any other Oil
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET.
It has been thoroughly tested in all the differ
ent Patent Coal Oil Burners, and
found to produce
More Li<?ht and Burn Longer
o o
by one - third, than
ANY OTHER OIL II 1!
DIETZ’S DIAMOND OIL.
Among the many advantages of this KERO
SENE OIL over other Oil is—
FIRST—That it is perfectly NON EXPLO
SIVE, and can be used with perfect safety in all
kinds of Lamps.
SECOND—It is free from all objectionable and
unpleasant smells, and burns with a clear, white,
brilliant flame.
We cordially solicit the public and families to
give this Oil a trial, and once tried wo feel con
fident it will gain a preference over all other Oil
for economy, as well as its superior burning qunl
ities.
In order to protect ourselves against Counter
feits we have placed a brand on each can and
case, which will be known as DEITZ’S DIA
MOND OIL. Trade mark secured.
It is now offered at wholesale and retail at
505 Front .Street,
Between Washington and Jackson sts.
And at Branch Store, 51 Second st., 2d door
from Mission, Sau Francisco.
A. C. DIETZ & CO.
We have on hand a large stoek of Coal Oil
Lamps which we are selling at New York prices.
Also, Cauipheue, Coal Oil Fluid, 95 per et. Alco
hol, Turpentine, Lard, Sperm, Polar, Rape Seed,
Castor Neat's Foot, Liusccd, China and other
Oils, etc., etc.
Country Dealers supplied on the most liberal
terms. iniHOlnt.Sp.
L, A, JOHNSON
Has just received a well-selected assortment of
31 US 1C A L INS Tit UM E NTS.
GUITARS —Patent head ltoaowood, Maple and
common.
VIOLINS—from $5 to $100—some very fine
toned ; Bass Viols, Banjos. Flutes, Claronets,
Flugolets, Aco.ordeons and Flutinas—a good as
sortment ; VIOLIN BOWS, Violin and Guitar
cases, Finger boards, screws, peg«, tail pieces,
bridges, bow hair, and the best
Violin, Guitar and Bass Viol Strings,
That can be procured in the Slate. Also, a
new collection of music, arranged for
BRASS and STRING BANDS,
in books and on curds.
MUSIC BOOKS.
Young Folks Glee Hook, Metropolitan Glee
Book, Medley Glee Book, Gentle Annie Songster,
Nos. 1 and 2, Home Melodist, 100 Songs of Scot
land, 100 Songs of Ireland, 100 Comic Songs,
Dulcimer, Carolina Sacra, Juvenile Choir, In
struction books for Guitar, Violin, Flute, Accor
ded!, Banjo—in great variety ; music paper, Ac.
L. A. JOHNSON, City Drugstore,
jal2.1v0. Main street —West side.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
A STATE OF WILLIAM JAMES, deceased.—
J Notice is hereby given by the nod reigned,
Administrator of the above named Estate, to the
creditors of, and all persons having claims against
the said Estate, to exhibit the same, with the nec
essary vouchers, within lour month* from the
Hist publication of Ibis notice, to the undersign
ed, at his residence on Canon Creek, Trinity co.,
California. —Dated May 12, 1802.
J. A. BURGER, Administrator,
j HII. of the Estate of Win. Janies, dee.
A Mild Request!
ALL PERSONS indebted to A. J. Loomis &
Co. are requested to make immediate pay
uieut, as we are compelled to have money, and
hope every one knowing themselves indebted to
us will pay up without delay.
A. J. LOOMIS & CO.
Weaverville, Juu. J8, 1802. Hf.
Strengthen the Sjsteui. -The best rneauB of im
parting vigpr to the broken down frame und
shuttered constitution, which bus yet been invent
ed or discovered, is proffered to the lcoble of' both
sexes and all ages in
OH. posTETTKlc's STOMACH piTTEK.H.
Debility, from whatever cause arising, may lie
cured ; strength, in whatever manner it may have
been wasted, may he restored by the use of ibis
powerful and healthful iaviguiaul. For indiges
tion and all its painful effects, bodily and mental,
they are a positive specific, .Sold by Druggists
' and datlcfs evet whue. l».l.
M IT S I C.
FRUIT TREES.
'"PHE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS the present sea
J son an extensive assortment of
Fruit and Ornamental Shade Trees, Ever
greens, Shrubs, Greenhouse Plants,
&c., Ac. Also,
200.000 FOREIGN GRAPE VINES,
THK I. AUGUST AND FINKST 8KI.KCTED STOCK
FOR WINE AND TABLE USE
in California.
We are prepared to sell tire above in large or
small quantities, at
OltRATI.Y REDUCED PRICES)
from previous years, and lower than the same va
rieties are sold as per Eastern catalogues. Also,
The California Grape Vine
OF TWO YEARS GROWTH.
NURSERY STOCK,
—CONSISTIN’O OF —
SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
I.ocnst, American Elm, Maple, Linden,
Mulberry, Poplar, Osage Orange,
Weeping Willow, Caialba, La
burnum, or Golden Cbaiu,
Ac., Ac.
EVERGREEN TREES.
California Arbor Vitao or Cedar, Sugar
Pine, Spruce, Firs, Deodar Ce
dar, Cypress, &c., &c,
Persons ordering particular varieties of Fruit
Trees, will please mention whether they will al
low us to substitute, in case we have not the par
ticular varieties named—we will, however, in all
cases, adhere to the orders, as far as possible
and when allowed to substitute varieties, will
give kinds of the same class ordered, as Kuril/, .lie
lumn, Late or Winter Fruit.
PURE CALIFORNIA
Wli i to niicl Rod ‘Wirios
for sale by the Gallon or Case, containing uotli
iug but the pure juice of the Grape.
GARDEN SEEDS.
A large and varied stock of Homo Grown
GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS, all of which are
guaranteed to be of OUR OWN GROWING, and
being the present season’s crop, all are vvarraut
cd to be fresh and genuine.
Catalogues of the above are now ready for
mailing to all applicants free of charge. All or
ders must be accompanied with the cash to re
ceive attention.
Tree and Seed Depot No. 40 J, between 2nd
aud 2rd streets, Sacramento.
A. P. SMITH, Proprietor,
feI5.53in. Pomological Gardens.
RUSSIAN STEAM BATHS !
rpHE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES to inform
J the citizens ol this county, and more especial
ly INVALIDS sull'ering from
Klicuniatic anti Chronic Complaints.
that lie has lifted up BATHING ROOMS in su
perior style at his residence on Court street, one
door above
CHADBOVRSR <t MILL HR’S LAW OFFICK
Russian Steam Baths, Warm, Cold, Shower ami
Medicated Baths, at any hour.
Ladies desirous of taking Baths w ill be waited
on by Mrs. llollmaiin.
l)n. A. J. HOFFMANN.
Wouverville, June 15, 1801. 22.
Greenhood & Newbauer’s
Bil "SSW. H”K3«
CONNKCTINO AT SHASTA WITH
Wells, Fargo c&j Co.
WELLS, FARGO & CO’s. EXCHANGE
FOR SALE ON «'i
ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
....OF TUB....
UNITED STATES
iYAicI 0-A.rsTja.I3-A..
Weaverville, Jan. 19, 18(31. lvl’>.
NORTH FORK BREWERY!
JIEMIKK, MECKEL & CO.,
1* It O 1* It 1 KT OHS.
f I Ml E PROPRIETORS TAKE THIS METHOD
I or informing the citizens of this and adjacent
Counties that their Brewery is now in successful
operation, aud that they will furnish and deliver
to customers as good an article of
Lager Heer
As can be lmd north of San Francisco. Orders
respectfully solicited.
North Fork, July 7, 18G0. 251y.
Washington’s Birth-Day!
fTIIE FRIENDS OF THE UNDER
signed and the public generally, are hereby
notilied that be bus leased the Exchange Sa
loon of Mr. Healey, and intends opening the
same on
Saturday, February 22d.
He will be pleased to have his friends and ac
quaintances come in and sample the choice Li
quors, Wines and Cigars which he intends to keep
constantly on hand. WM. McCARTY.
Weaverville, Feb. 20, 1802. 6td.
LUMBER!
IS A CASH ARTICLE !
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE I will deliver
Lumber for $40 per thousand feel, for CASH,
to transient customers, or persons not permanent
ly located here. This rule w ill be iuvariably ad
hered to.
Regular customers, or persons permanently lo
cated and intending to remain here, will be dealt
with on liberal terms.
TRACY SCOFIELD.
New York Mill, Nov. 9, 18151. 4ftt<t.
EXECUTOR S NOTICE.
It.lulR oT Jaroli Yolluicr, ilcccuacd.
fOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the under
signed, Administrator of the above named
ate, to the creditors of, and ull persona huv
cluims against said deceased, to exhibit the
m with the necessary vouchers, within ten
utlis from tlie Ijrst publication of this notice,
the undersigned, at his place of business U.
liakery, Weaverville. — March 1, 18(52.
it! FRED. VOLLMKR, Executor.
WEAVERVILLE
Boolt Store!
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONIv
ry, Writing Paper, Gold Pens, Cut
ely, Musical Instruments, etc., Mis
cellaneous and School Books. Also,
JN'cm »|>ii|i« i'a iiihI I’criodicalu
for sale by M. 015ERDEENER, Main street,
lv7. one door ubovo the Post Otlice.
Ol
N. R. DAVIS, M. D.,
—offici; —
“MAG\«I.IA” UI ILD1V0, MAIN STREET)
( S K (! O X 1) STOUT.)
Weaverville, August 11, istio. bo til.
J. a. l’IKKCK, J. K. 1'IH it' ll, l. COMSTOCK.
PIERCE, CHURCH & CO.,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HEI) liJAU'U.
1 Jan. 19, 18151. GO.
a. S. HALUBIE. 11. T. GRAVES.
A.S.HALL1DIE&C0.
WIRE SUSPENSION
Urid*? e Uuildors,
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
PATENT WIRE ROPE!
TTTIRE SUSPENSION BRIDGES OF ANY
\ \ span and capacity erected and materials
iirnished. Having been constantly engaged in
the erection of Wire Suspension Bridges and
Aqueducts for some years past, we are fully pre
pared to do sucli work satisfactorily, at a low lig
ure, and to GUARANTEE PERMANENCY.
Parties who are about erecting bridges will
Ind it greatly to their advantage to give us a call
icfore deciding to build wooden structures, as
the recent floods throughout the State have pro
ven them to be wholly unsafe and unreliable.
number of our Wire Suspensions ure now in use
in < liferent /anilities throughout the State, no one if
which has been in the least affected by the freshets.
Wire Rope for ininingand ferry purposes man
ufactured of any length and size required, being
cheaper and better than hemp.
Scales of weights and strengths, with prices an
nexed, furnished on application to the manufac
turn's. Send for a circular.
a. n. ■■ ti.i.nm: a ( «.,
1413. 412 Clay street, San Francisco.
CmCDREN
!fl It * W I iV S li O W,
Au experienced Nurse end Female Physician, present# to the atton.
tion of mothers, her
SOOTHING SYRUP,
FOlt CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by softening the gums,
reducing all inflammation—will allay ALL FAIN ami spasmodic action,
sud is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Defend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and
RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS.
We have put up and sold this article for over ten years, and CAN
BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH of it what we never have been
ab'* lo say of any other medicine, —NEVER HAS IT 1* AILED, IN A
SINGLE INSTANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE, when timely used.
Never dui we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who us I
H. On the contrary, all are delighted with its operations, nnJ speak
lu terms of oominendation of its magical effects and medical virtues.
We speak in this matter “ WHAT WE DO KNOW,*’ after ten years*
experience, AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR THE FUL
FILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almost every in
itnnee where the infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, relief will
be found in fifteen or twenty minutes after the syrup is administered.
This valuable preparation is the prescription of one of the most EX
PF.RI ENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES in New England, aud has been
used with NEVER FAILING SUCCESS in
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It not only relieves tho child from pain, but invigorates the stomach
and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone und energy to the wtiole
, N , u .„i. it will almost instantly relieve GRIPING IN THE BOWKI-S,
AND WIND COLIC, and overcome convulsions, which, if not speedily
remedied, end in death. We believe it tho REST AND SUREST RE
MEDY IN THE WORLD, in all cases of DYSENTERY AND DIAR
RHOEA IN CHILDREN, whether it arise# from teething, or from any
otlu r cause. Wo would snv to every mother who has a child suffering
from any of the foregoing complaints—IK) NOT LEI OUR PRE
JUDICES, NOR THE PREJUDICES OF OTHERS, stand b. tween
yon and your suffering child, and the relief that will be h UR E-yea
ABSOLUTELY SURE—to follow the use of this medicine, if timely
r*.-,l Full directions for using will a company each bottle. None
genuine unless the fac simile of CURTIS A PERKINS, New Yoik, is
the outside wrapper Sold by Druggists throughout the world.
Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street, N- Y
PAIIK & XVII IT I*:, SOl.E ABKMS
FOR THE PACIFIC COAST,
432 Washington Street, San Francisco, Cal
May 5th, 18(51.
18.ly.opw ini.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
HY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
13 nut of the District Court of the Ninth Judi
cial District, iu and fur the county of Trinity, du
ly attested on the 26tti day of April, A. I)., im»:v
to nu 1 directed and delivered, in an action had in
said Court, wherein Wm. Ferguson is plaintiff,
uni ,1. A. Sturdevant, et. al. are defendants, I
have levied upon all the right, title aud interest
which the said defendants possessed in and to the
following described property, to wit:
A certain piece or parcel of land, situate in
I lie county of Trinity and Slate of California,
mil hounded ns follows : Commencing at a stake
set at the south-west corner of ,1. A. Siurdevant’s
claim, thence running somberly, following th
bank of Trinity river, one-half mile, to a slake,
thence at right angles with said river, in an east
erly direction one-half mile, to a slake, thence
parallel with said river, and one-lmlf mile dis
tant therefrom, in a northerly direction one-hall
mile to the stake set at the south-east corner of
1. A. Stuidevant's claim, thence following said
Siurdevant's south line one-lmlf mile in a wed
rly direction to the lir.st mentioned stake, the
place of beginning, containing ICO acres, togeth
er with all and singular the tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging
or in any wise appnrtaining.
Notice is hereby given that on
Monday, the 26th day of May,
A. I)., 1802, between the hours of 10 and 12 o'-
clock, a. in., in front of the Court House in the
town of Weavervillc, I will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder, for cash, all the right, ti
tie and interest which the above named defend
ants possessed in and to the above described prem
ises.- April 28, 1802. JOHN 1‘. JONES,
By A. M. Kut-'TTTCiiNTrT, Deputy. Sheriff.
SHERIFFS SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF FORE
closure of mortgage and order of sale, issuef
out of the Ninth Judicial District Court, iu and
for the county of Trinity, duly attested on th
HOIh day of April, A. If., 18(52, to me directed
and delivered, iu an action had in said Court
wherein Wm. Ferguson is plaintiff, and J. A
Sturdevant, et. al. are defendants, I am com
miiuded to sell the following described property
in the county of Trinity and Statu of California
to wit :
A certain piece or parcel of land, beginning at
the mouth of Oregon Gtilcli, thence running up
Trinity river three-fourths of a mile, theuci
easterly towards the mountain si.x hundred yards,
thence northerly three-fourths of a mile, thence
westerly to tho place of beginning, known as
the Sturdevant ranch. Also, the mill situate op
posite said much, with the water ditch and water
leading thereto, aud the grounds adjacent and
thereto belonging, together with all and singular
the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances
belonging to the above described property, or in
any way appnrtaining thereto.
Notice is hereby given that on
Monday, the 26th day of May,
A. D., 18G2, between the bourn of 10 and 12 o'
clock, a. in., in front of the Court House in (lie
tow n ot \\ oaverville, I will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder, for cash, all tiie right, ti
tle and interest which the above named defend
ants possessed iu and to the above described
premises.—Dated April 30, l«ti2.
JOHN P. JONES, Sheriff.
By A. M. Kulttschxitt, Deputy. Hits.
INSTATE OF FAULIUS GROSSE, D]
l J ceased.- Notice is hereby given by the u
der.-igned, Administrator of the above-named !•
tate.t,, the creditors of, and all persons havii
claims against said deceased, to exhibit the sum
with tin- necessary vouchers, within tkv most
,11* Ul, ‘ B|, st publication of tjiis notice to the u
designed, at the oflice of Pitzer ,t Stuart, in We
vervill,. Trinity couuty, California.-Weavi
vine, hub. 13, 1802. GEO. W. LANCE
510w - Administrator.
DENTISTRY.
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TEETH FILLED with Ge
Ciystal Ctnunt, or Gold foil.
Teeth extracted w
All operations warranted.
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C O 3VE HVTIS S101ST
— ANl) —
PURCHASING AGENT,
SAN FRANCISCO.
/'VIPERS FOR THE PURCHASE OF MER
\ s chandise and article* id every description
are solicited by the undersigned.
A residence in tins city of over ten years and
an experience in the business of nearly the same
length of time, are considered sufficient to "ar
rant the confidence of person- in the country who
occasionally require to make purchases here,
through the agency of a reliable party : or who
may lie looking for a permanent Agent in San
Francisco. To either the advertiser offers his
services, assuring all who intrust orders to him
that no effort will be spared to execute their com
missions satisfactorily.
All Orders must be accompanied with the cash
or City reference.
Those desiring information concerning the un
dersigned are referred to
Wm. T. Coi.kman A* Co., San Francisco.
J. H. Coouiu. A Co.,
C. Lamilky, Druggist,
Fi.int, Pkabodt it Co.,
I it a P. Rankin,
Ross, Dkmpstkii A Co.,
J. Anthony & Co., Union Office, Sacramento.
And to the proprietor of the Tuixrrv Joiiiinai..
N. It.—Orders for Machinery, Pianofortes, Me
lodeons, Sewing Macnines, Watches, Jewelry,
,tc., will bo attended to by competent judges.
L. P. FISHER,
Commission and Purchasing Agent,
<;•>!> Wasiiinoton Stkkkt, (up stairs,
Opposite Maguire’s Opera House, *Sun Francisco.
Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY.
KKUAKKAM.K. IXSTAXOKS OK MKDICAI. IIK 1,1 KK.
ll. liuv wo publish the cortitleatos of throe- uf the sulb r
iaw from the pang of disease, who. having recovered their
former health, and impelled by gratitude, made known
1 ht*ir cti*o.d ami :t^r«*i 11 . anil their slatt*ments are
authenticated by a Notary I'ublic. The demands of Hoc.it*
t v imperiotiHlv dcnutnd their publicity, and we commend
tiieir perusal to all alllicted ;
Thankfulness is the incentive to fti‘atihnt>'—CFUT\vu'\TK. —
The undersigned desirous of acquainting those who may
bo unfortunate enough to be similarly afflicted where a
permanent relief of their sufferings may be obtained, feels
it bis duty to thus publicly express bis most sincere grat
itude to Hr. J«. Czapkav for the permanent recovery of
bis health. Horne down by the distressing symptoms in
cident to the vicious practices of youth, depressed in body
and mind, unable to perform the most trilling duty impos
ed by daily avocations of life. I sought advice of many
physicians, who at first regarded my disease ns of trifling
importance ; hot alas, after a few weeks, and in several
instances months of their treatment, I found to my utter
able horror, that instead of relief, my symptoms became
more alarming 111 their torture.and being told by one that
the disease being confined to the brain, medicine would be
of little consequence. I despaired of ever regaining my
health, strength and energy : and as a last resort I culled
on f)r. I.. .1. Czapkav, who, after examining my case pre
scribed some medicine, which almost instantly relieved me
of the doll pain and dizziness in the head. Kneouraged
by the result. I resolved to plaeo myself under his care,
; and by strict obedience to bis directions and advice, my
head became clear, my ideas collected, the constant pain
in mv hack ami groins, the weakness of my limbs, the
nervous reaction of mv whole body on the slightest alarm
or excitement. the misanthropy ami evil forebodings, the
j self distrust and want of confidence in others, the incapa
! bilitv for study, the want of resolution, the terrible yet
-omidimes pleasant dreams by night have all disappeared,
ami. in fact, in two months after having consulted the
Hoctor. 1 felt as if inspired by a new life—that life which
a short time ago I contemplated ending with my own
hands.
With a view to guard the unfortunate from falling in
tosnaiesuf incompetent quacks, j deem it my duty to
oiler this testimony to the moiit and skill of Dr. Czapkav.
i and recommend him to all who stand in need of medical
; advice, being assured by my own experience that once j
under his care, a radical and permanent cure will be ef- !
fee ted.
[i.. s.] II F. Fii.i.mokk.
State of California, eify and county nl‘.'■'an Francisco— I
Subscribe 1 and sworn beioiu me, this 17th day of April,
A. I).. 18f»rt.
[i.. s.J Jolts Middleton. Notary Public.
Card. —Prompted by an honest desire of my heart, I 1
wish In lay before the public a case which deserves corn
mcudutioii. not only as an act of fdentilic skill, but of
humanity also. About two years ago. I suddenly, and
Iron: causes unknown to me. was siez.ed with a lit of epilep
sy, which, owing to my inability to meet the expenses
consequent upon a thorough medical treatment, and that
discouragement I met with in attempting it. soon became
such, as 1 then led to believe, as to defy the skill of any
i hysician. 1 was frequently, while in pursuit of my cal
ling. thrown down to the ground without the slightest
warning, and although iuscnsibl« to the agonies. I yet de
jdi*c«i th© niincricfl <>f my Hfo. un.l si>»o learned to look
upon those who would render assistance or ahcP.er me
from danger, as enemies who sought tc prolong the exist
ence of mv miseries. While in this stale and having pre
vious to mv allliction tasted the sweets of life. 1 once
more was induced to attempt seeking aid of a physician,
and by recommendation, called on Hr. I.. ,1. Czapkav. told
him of my eireuinstanees and my inabiity to reward him
for his services, regardless of which, however, he at once
• undertook my case, and with the blessing of (iod, I was
1 once more restored to perfect health. Pliable to reward
' him for the boon which 1 enjoy at present, am! yet con
I scions of my indebtedness, 1 consider it due to myself and
i all alllicted, to make the ease public, in order that those
in need of medical advice may find a physician in whom
I every confidence may be placed.
[l. h.] Mm.it Vahio.vsky.
Stab 1 of California, Count a of San /VonciVo. Sn.ru
and std.nrihed before we. this 1 Hli day if Aiiyusl, Is.'id,
[L. h.] * Uiuikut A. HkAnt, Notary Public.
| A Card.- \. the undersigned having been under the
j treatment of Hr. I.. .1. Czapkav. although unsolicited, fuel
! called upon to give publicity to Hieettieacy of his treat
1 ment. Imping that by doing sol may be instrumental in
preventing others from the tearful sullerlngs and misery l
experienced, and which so often results from the.pernicious
■ practice of pretenders. Mv disease ha been that of phvs
; ical and mental disability, which follows in consequence of
! Indiscretions in youth. The nponie.s which I endured are
perhaps unnecessary for no* to detail, they are known to
those who have experienced them Sulliee it to sav. that
having called the service of Hr !.. .1 Czapkny into tequi
sition, all the expectations which I may have formed of
| him were more than realized. I would therefore recoin
I mend Dr. Czapkny to all who may liml themselves afflicted
, with that dreadful malagv, my object in so doing being
j sympathy for fluttering humanity, and a heart IVIt desire
j of relieving them.
[i s.] I). J. Dahikk. Printer.
State of California, City and Countv of San Francisco,
! S. S. — On this a 1st day of .Inly, A. J). 1850, before me,
I Win. C. Jewett, Notary Public, personally npponred I), j!
j Hnelae. known ta me, wdo being dul> sworn, did depose
' and say, that the contents of the card herewith signed by
< him are true.
| In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand, and
' affixed my oll'n ial seal, tin* cay and year first above writ
| ten.
ft- “ 1 Wm. C. Jkwett, Notary Pnblie.
Address, l. J. Czajikay, M. !>., San Francisco, Cat.
Spermatorrhea. —Or local weakness, nervous debility
low spirits, luflsilude, weakness of limbs and back, i:»di>
position oi incapability to labor and study, diiilness of
apprehension, loss of memory, aversion to society, love of
•mliliide. timidity, fldfdi.-t.ru t. dizziness, headache, pain
in the side, a flections in the eyes, pimples on the face, Hex
mil or other infirmities in man, are cured by the justly
celebrated physician and surgeon, Hr. I. J. Czapkav. Jlis
method of curing diseases is new, (unknown to others.)
and hence the great success. All consultation*. bv Imter
or otherwise khkk. *1018.
Address, L. J. Czapkny. M. I)., San Francisco , Cat.
FOR SALE
HOMESTEADS and VAEUABEK REAL
ESTATE! Building Lots lor from sin to
$Z00 each! Also, 60 vara lots and entire blocks
of beautiful garden land, in the city and county
of San Francisco, on the line of the
S l > .1 0 S E II A I L It 0 A I),
at tlio WEST-END DEPOT. The title is abso
lutely perfect, bring a Spanish grant, finally con
firmed and patented by the United States. The
Shatter liill respects this title, the oily authori
ties respect it, the District Courts and Sunieme
Court oi the United States, respect it—besides
The Title lias been forever quieted by a final
Decree and Judgment against the City,
So that there is not even a cloud or shadow up
on it. Whoever purchases one of these lots will
buy a lot and not a lawsuit.
Office No. 19, Naglee’s Building, corner Mont
gomery and Merchant streets, Sail Francisco.
a3.1 Join. HARVEY 8. BROWN.
RHEUMATIC ANTIDOTE!
Prepared from the recipe of a
Private practitioner in the Atlantic States
The undersigned inis no hesitation in recoin
mending this Medicine to those afflicted with
Rheumatism, as he is acquainted by personal
knowledge of its beneficial effects.
Repeated efforts have been made by the under
signed to obtain this recipe from the East and
he lias recently succeeded —solely from the fact
of thu remoteness irom the region in "hioli it is
used.
Price—$5 per Bottle.
li. J. SEAMAN,
Sign of Old Gulden Mot tar, East side Main
street, Wi avervi11<>. Is,
Hook ami Job 1*11111111”
Of every description done in a superior man
ner, and at reasonable prices.
Dr. l. j. czapkay’sprivate
MEDICAL nnd SURGICAL INSTITUTE —
Sacramento street, opposite Pacific Mail Steam'
ship Company’s Oflice. San Francisco. Establish
e( | in ] sr.-1, for the Permanent Cure of all lTivntp
and Chronic Diseases, and fortho suppression of
Quackery.
Attending nnd Resident I’liysician, L. J. Czap.
kny, M. D, late in the Hungarian Revolutionary
War, Chief Physician to the 2tlth Regiment m'
Ilonveds. Chief Surgeon to <ho Military Hospital
at Peslh, Hungary, late Lecturer on Diseases 0 f
Genito urinary Organs nnd Diseases of Women
and Children, and Honorary Member of the Phil
adelphia College of Medicine.
Particular attention paid to the treatment of
diseases peculiar to Women and Children.
(mice hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. Communi
cations strictly confidential: Permanent cure
guaranteed or no pay. Consultations (by letter
or otherwise) free. Address
1)R. L. J. CZAPKAV, San Francisco.
A TitinrTK TO Mkuitki) Wobth. —The ingrati
tmle of man to his fellow man is so often met
with in life, that testimonials prompted by the
finer feelings of the heart, are oases in the lives
of those who sacrifice their best days in philan
thropic devotion to the alleviation ol the ills of
(rail mortallity. Empiricism Hoods the columns
of our press, with fraudulent and fictitious letters,
singing poeuns to the worth of their own egotisti
cal charlatanism. Below we nppend a certificate
from a worthy man, who a brief period siaee
seemed destined to “shuffle oil' his mortal coil,"
who looked forward to his dissolution with that
pleasure which only those weighed down by the
hands of disease can. Contrary to hope the abili
ty of a skillful physician has restored him to hi*
former health. Relieved from his terrible situa
tion and impelled by gratitude lie makes known
Ills case and his remedial agent, and his state
ment is authenticated by a Notary Public. The
demands of society imperiously command its
publicity, and it is given more to warn the unwa
ry, than to sound the praises of a physician, of
whom scores of like cases can he cited.
Rkmakkari.k Cask ok Consumption’. —The al
most miraculous cure that has been effected in
my case, prompts me to impart to those of my
fellow creatures who may be suffering from like
affliction, the source of relief, with a oliort des
cription of my case. Several years ngo tny
health begun to fail. I was attacked by general
weakness and debility, which reduced me to the
mere shadow of my former self. At that stage I
sought medical assistance, and expended large
amounts but without the least beneficial result.—
Thai fell destroyer. Consumption, had already
siezed upon my vitals. I was daily drawing
closer to the tomb ; my physicians held out no
hope of recovery ; tny strength had wasted, and
1 was in a state of almost utter prostration. I
was informed by my physicians that they could
do nothing for me except to smooth my path to
the grave, when most fortunately I applied to-
Dr. L. J. Czupkny, and am now a well and per
fectly sound man. It is difficult for me to ex
press the emotions of deepest gratitude 1 experi
ence. when realizing the immeasurable service T
have received at the hands of Dr. Czupkny, and I
feel rejoiced that it is at least in my power to
render this feeble recognition of his great skiff
and capacity. To the afflicted I would say do
not despair, for whatever may be the nature of
v,<ii p ease, I hin confident I lint you will find relief
by applying to Dr. I,. J. Czupkny.
“ There is balm in Gileud, and there is a physi
cian there.”
[i, s] Hkxiiy Whssi.ino.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this lath
day of October, A. D 1859. City and county ol
Sail 1- 1 aneisco, in the Slate of California.
[l,. s.] J. F. Thirai i.t, Notary 1’ublic.
The undersigned is perfectly acquainted with
Henry Wessling, and knows that the circumstan
ces related in the foregoing certificate are true.
ID saw Henry Wessling during his illness, and
bears willing testimony to the fuel of bis remark
able cure by Dr. L. J. Czupkny.
[I.. s.j A. Roskxiikiw.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me Ibis I7llr
day of October, A. It. 1859. City and county of
San Francisco, in the State of California.
[!.. s.] F. J. Tiiiiiai i.t, Notary Dublic.
DR. L. .1. CZAI’KAV'S Private Medical nnd
Surgical Institute is oil Sai'iiamkntd St., below
Montgomery, opposite the I’licilie Mail Steamship
Company'll office, San Francisco. The Doctor
idh-rs tree consultations, and u.-ks no reniiiuera
tion unless lie effects a cure. Office hours from 9
a. in. to 9 p. m.
Tin: Foi i.owtxo Li m-.'ii, which emphatically
speaks for itself, was written by the Demi <>I it,„
I-acuity of the Philadelphia College of Medicine,
t<< the editors of the *• Pacific Medical and Surgi
cal Journal,” San Francisco, lor publication,
Piih.adki.Phta, Jan. 17, 1859.
To the Editors of the Pacific Medical and Surgi
cal Journal :
<>'knti.kmkn :—My attention inis been called to
an article in the December number of your Jour
nal, in regard to the “ ad euadem” degree, grant
id by tin- Philadelphia College of Medicine, to
Dr. L.,1. t'znpkay. When the application for the
degree was made to the Facility, it was accom
panied by affidavits nnd testimonials to the rlli-vl
Dud Dr. Czapkay was a regular graduate M. D.
ol the University ot Pcsth, bad served as surgeon
in the Hungarian Army, and was a regular prac
titioner ol medicine. On the strength of these
tin- degree was granted. The “ad condom" deg
ree, as its name implies, is conferred on graduates
only, and gives us new privileges. Had there
been the slightest suspicion of irregularity, the
application would have been refused. By insert
ing this in your Journal, you will do nil net of
justice to the College and confer a favor on
Yours, very respectfully, H. Rand.
Dean of the Faculty of the Philadelphia
College of Mcdiciue.
Ckutiitoatk.- I, the undersigned, Governor of
Hungary, do hereby testily, that Dr. L. J. Czap
kay has served during the contest tor Hungarian
liberty, as Chid Surgeon in the Hungarian Ar
my, with faithful perseverance. Whereof I have
given him this certificate, and do recommend him
to the sympathy, attention, and protection of all
tliose who are capable u! appreciating patriotic
seli sacrifice ami undeserved misfortune.
Ros.su ru La.ins, Governor of Hungary.
Washington City, Jan. (ith, 1852. lUlit
QUINN, the HATTER.
'Jfc A RHYMING MUSE WHO KNOWS
not song,
Nor does he essay to (latter,
) our aid invokes to help along
In praise ol QUINN, the HaTTEII,
Anil though my lines in pi Lit and point
no sure to flag—no matter,
llic words cannot the theme disjoint,
So lamed is QUINN, the HATTER,
I'or hue and shape his lints ore praised
When others lade and tuttor,
\\ ith crowns far down and conu-like shaped,
When QUINN IS NOT THE HATTER.
Though wind may blow witli sleet and snow
r And hail and rain may patter,
Tel winter's snow nnd summer's glow
Arc mulched by QUINN, the HATTER.
Jf you would choose a hat for use,
Which no aliiise could batter,
) our cash you’ll lose if you refuse
To deal with QUINN, the HATTER.
1 hough States rebel and banks deplete,
And envious rivals chatter,
} et merit will receive her due,
And so will QUINN, the IJATTER,
M 89 J Street, between 3d and fttli,
J22. SACRAMENTO. |3td.
TSTOTICES.
T AM about leaving for the atlan
. i tc States, uud during my absence John Mm'
ini, ol the firm ol Comstock it Martin, is my law
lul Ageut to transact all business lor me.
J. J. PJI1LUR00K.
Wutvclville, April 19, 1802, 152i.

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