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WEEKLY TRINITY JOURNAL.
Hay Fork Dual. Editor Journal Will you allow sufficient •pace for a growl from the citizens of Hay Fork We are not much given to growling, but in tbjs Instance tbink we are entitled to a hearing. At e desire to make known our feelings in regard to the course pursued by the Banking House and merchants of Weavcrville in the purchase of Hay Fork gold dust. Up to within a year our dust readily commanded sl7 and sl7 25 per ounce. About a year ago they began to reduce the price, and finally got it down to sl6 50. Not content with that, they have now reduced it to SIC 25, and this “last feather broke the camel’s back.’ It is a well established fact that gold does not depreciate in value by remaining in the ground a year, more or less, and that an ounce of fine gold is worth as much to-day as it was one or ten years ago, hence we must come to theconclusion that we are defrauded out of seventy-five cents ora dollar on each ounceof dust. Justice would dictate that your merchants should see to it that their customers (aud all the people of tiiis sec tion are their customers, directly or indirectly) receive full value for the product of their labor. If they cannot get justice done in Weavcrville, it is not impossible to find a trading point where they can. Many llay-Fobkees. General Grant’s Views.—The Washington correspondent of the New Vork Newt, pretty good authority on this subject, gives the follow ing in regard to General Grant's views, which are decidedly against those of the President: General Grant's position upon the admission of Southern members, as expressed in a late con versation, is that those who are loyal and who are elected by loyal constituents and can take the test oath should be received. This, he said, would admit six, probably seven in all. On be ing told that there were eight from Tennessee, at once he replied that some from that State should not be received. He heartily approved of the Freedmen’s Bureau bill, except that he thinks ti;"t only army officers should be employed by the Bureau, in order to save expense. He is in favor of trying the editors of the Richmond Ex aminer for treason. He is firm in his opposition to the withdrawal of troops. Distaseful as it may be to feel that so wide a difference of opinion exists between the Presi dent and Lieutenant General, there is no longer a shadow of doubt that a vast majority of the par ty which placed the President in the position he now holds, sympathize with and endorse the course of General Grant, which to all intents and purposes is the same as avowed by the Un ion majority in Congress. What true Union man will say that he is wrong in suppressing prints which aim only at the end of further ex citing animosity and hatred between the people of the North and South, and which are even more bitter in their denunciation of the Govern ment than they were previous to rebellion.— We shall not he surprised if General Grant yet proves to he the “Moses” who is to lead the party of the nation through the trying political ordeal which is threatened, to permanent peace. Cool.—The Pacific Mail Steamship Company ask the State to give them lots fronting on the Bay of San Francisco, for wharf purposes. With the immense stipends which that monopoly is recieving in the way of Government mail con tracts, it must strike the people of California that it is quite as able to purchase as the State is to give. Nor is this the only argument against such a move on the part of our law makers. The editorial corespondent of the Sac ramento Bet, writing from the East, says:—“lt costs three hundred and fifty dollars in currency ta go from New Vork to San Francisco. There is mention made in the papers of a new steam ship line between those points. Two or three good lines, with moderate rates of fare, would he supported. As arranged now, it costs more to go to California than it docs to return. The Mail Steamship Company thus offers iwprcmium on depopulation.” Going North. —The Richmond Whig estimates that as many as fifty thousand young men from the Southern States have settled themselves in New Vork city to seek their fortunes. Many have gone to Baltimore, and we presume that there is scarcely a Northern city of any magni tude that docs not number such representation. —Marysville Express. We are glad to hear it, and trust, as we believe, that association with the people of the North will learn them a useful lesson. They will find a different spirit evinced from that promulgated by the chivalric gentlemen of the South, who. having failed in their efforts to destroy the Gov ernment, now ask to be admitted to Congress regardless of test questions, and to be allowed to legislate to the end that. “Yankees shall not live in the South.” Holloway’s Pills and Ointment.—Facts that should be known. Coughs, colds, asthma. How frequently have we not heard people exclaim. “I would give SlO, SSO or SIOO (as the case may be) were I but rid of this cough—-this cold—this asthma. 4c.” Yet how preposterous it is to talk in this style—granted, even that they have con sulted medical men, without success, that does not imply that they are incurable—else would thousands abandoned as past hope, be left to the harrowing tortures of despair—the question lies in this, have they tried Holloway's Pills and Ointment—have they read, or put in practice the plain direction? enveloping each box or pot? If not, we urge an immediate trial, and feel assured they will find the cure they are so anxious for.— At any Drug Store. Trial or Jeff Davis.—The editor of the Louisville Journal, who has lately returned from a visit to Washington, publishes the fol lowing significant paragraph: Ko matter, dear reader, what you may see in the papers, Jeff Davis won t have a military trial, and he won't Vie convicted. And if ho were con victed he would be pardoned. Though no card plaver, we “speak by the card.” We don't know that it matters much whether he is ever tried, convicted and hanged, or not.— Hell will eventually get its own. The Louisville Journal says that nothing which President Johnson could do would satisfy the rebel conservatives in Kentucky except he should abdicate his office in behalf of Jefferson Davis. This is also the feeling of the rebel con servatives in the North. Their dream is still the domination of the South over the whole country, the restoration of slavery, and their own appoint ment to all the profitable offices. They have been disappointed hitherto, and will be here after. ___ When the County Court met yesterday morn ing one of the jurors failed to appear and Sheriff Poole could not find him in town. Soon after, however, the juror appeared in the Court-house almost out of breath, and after being informed that the Court bad stopped progress on his ac count, exclaimed, “I could not help it gentlemen, my wife had—a—boy this morning!” So says the Amador Ledger . Documintr. —We are under obligations to U. g. Senator Conness, and Congressmen Bidwell and Higby for a continued supply of public doc uments and speeches on the ohsorbing topics now before the country. Another Installment! CLOTHING! FOR THE WINTER TRADEI Just Received at BALCH’S NEW AND CHEAP CLOTHING EMPORIUM!! A LARGE AND SPLENDID STOCK OP Men’s Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Rubber Clothing, Gum Boots and Hats selected especially for this market. THE FINEST STOCK OF Under Shirts, Drawers, Socks, etc., IN TUE COUNTY. JBgy I respectfully invite the attention of those intending to purchase to my stock of CLOTHIISTG and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS! WHICH I PROMISE TO SELL CHEAP as the CHEAPEST, for CASH. Try me, and satisfy yourselves. J. R. BALCH. Weavervillc, Nov. 10, 18G5. 40.t0. THE LATEST STYLE 4 HATS ANT) CAPS 4 MAY BE HAD AT ALL TIMES OF POIRIER 8l LANSING, .T STREET, SACEAMENTO. ALSO, A FINE ASSORTMENT OP FURS FOR— Ladies’ and Childrens’ Wear. griy- The highest price paid for SIIIPIMNG FURS of good quality by POIRIER & LANSING, (Lamott’s old Stand.) Sacramento, December 25, 1805. 51.1 y. SUMMONS. Tn the distort court of the ninth judicial .District of the State of California, in and for the county of Trinity.—Henry Winkle vh. George Laing and Warren Dun ham.—Action brought in the District Court of the Ninth Ju dicial District of the State of California, in and for the coun ty of Trinity, and the complaint filed in said county of Trini ty, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. [Revenue Stamp, 50 cts.] THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA SEND GREETING TO GEORGE LAING, DEF’T. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named Plaintiff in the District Court of the Ninth Judicial District of the State of California, in and for the said county of Trinity and to answer the com plaint filed therein, (a copy of which accompanies this sum mons,) within tea days, (exclusive of the day of service,) after the service on you of this summons—if served within this county; or. if served out of this county, but within this Judicial District, within twenty days; or if served out of said District, then within forty days—or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said com plaint. This said action is brought to foreclose a certain Mortgage given by said defendants to secure the payment of $9OO, with •J per cent, interest per month from June Ist. 1861, the date of said mortgage, said mortgage being given upon all their'wa ter and mining property on and near Bolt's Hill. Trinity co.. Cal., and upon which said mortgage a judgment is prayed for the sum of $1,082 32. now due. and interest on $9OO thereof at 2 per cent, per month, as also coats of suit, and for a sale of said premises, to satisfy said judgment, and for Judgment over for any balance that may be due after sale. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear and answer said complaint as above required, the said Plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed for in said com plaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court of the Ninth Judicial District of the State of California, in and for the said county of Trinity, this Ist day of March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and sixty-six. [L. s.j A. J. LOOMIS, Clerk. C. Burch, Plaintiff's Attorney. 8.3 m. PETITION IN INSOLVENCY. IX the county court, in and for the county OF TRINITY. STATE OF CALIFORNIA : In the mailer of the application of MYn. J. Ire llVarer, an Insolvent Debtor, PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE HON. John Murphy, county Judge in and for said county, notice is hereby given to all the credit ors of said insolvent W. J. Weaver, to be and appear before the Judge of said Court, at the court room of said Court, in the town of VVea vervillc, county and State aforesaid, on Monday, the 7th day of May, 1866, at 10 o'clock, A. M. of that day, then and there to show cause, if any they can, why the prayer of said insolvent should not be grant ed, an assignment of his estate be made, and he be discharged from his debts and liabilities, in pursuance of the statute in such case made and provided, and in the meantime all proceedings against the said insolvent be stayed. Given under my hand and the seal of said fL.s.l Court this Tth day of March, 1866. A. J. LOOMIS, County Clerk. Williams & Felter, Att’ys for I’ctitioner. Dr. F. W. BURG, GERMAN PHYSICIAN, PACIFIC STREET, near MONTGOMERY, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., I *TF PROFESSOR AND LECTURER ON GENERATIVE OR GANS AT THE UNIVERSITY. BERLIN, PRUSSIA. iINS OF BOTH SEXES LIVING AT A DISTANCE are afflicted with Impotence. Seminal Weakness, loss ,1 Power or anv diseases of the Generative Organs. , have been nnaiilc to obtain a cure, can address a let ,e Doctor stating case; >mxultotion —by letter or olnrrw ijc—IRBE. os moderate. Addre* w jjuEG, 1 1866—5.1 y. Box 345, San Francisco. BE ABLE Y & EULOFSON’S CELEBRATED PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY! Comer Sacramento and Montgomery streets, SAN FRANCISCO, . 4 Entrance 429 Montgomery street. (Vance s old stand.; f IMIIS MAGNIFICENT ESTABLISHMENT HAS MORE room, larger lights, greater facilities, and produces finib photographs than any other. PHOTOGRAPHS, AMBROTYPES AND VISITING CARDS Executed in a superior manner. Small Pictures cop ied and enlarged to any size, and neatly fin ished in India Ink, Water Colors, or in Oil. None but the most ACCOMPLISHED artists Employed in this Gallery, and all work warranted to give satisfaction. IS.to. JOSEPH CEAIG, GUNSMITH! Adjoining M i tntaln Market, Conrt I RIFLES AND SHOT GUNS Made to o-uer, and all kinds of repairing at short notice and low rates. Weaverville, Dec. 1, 1863. JAS. S McCAIN. San Francisco. I P. McCLURE, Wearervllle. J. S. McCain & Co. WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS Kf DRY-GOODS AND CLOTHING, CROCKERY, Hardware, Paints AND OILS, GROCERIES Wines and Liquors, Cotton Dock* and Twinci, from 0 to 10-0, Eubber Coats, Pants and Boots, Ockotsk Codfish. Mackerel, Salmon CHOICE TEAS, Chinese anti Japanese, PICKLED PORK, BA - con, Hams, Glassware, Paper Hangings and Borders, Wind. GUss, Linseed, Sperm and Coal Oils. Wheat, Bar ley and Oats, Sporting and BLASTING POWDER, And a general and well-selected assortment of Choice Family Groceries. GOODS DELIVERED AV itlioiit Charge! Weavcrville, Jan. 13, 1866. l.to. INDUSTRIAL FAIR ! Mechanics’ Institute. •nff c. /■r. - Report of the Committee of Awards on California Bran dies, Punches, Cordials and Bitters—held ‘September 28xn, 1864. FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED TO SQUARZA FOR PUNCHESI FIRST PREMIUM FOR CORDIALS! FIRST PREMIUM FOR BITTERS-<S«iuaria’« Hygien ic Bitters.) THE COMMITTEE THINK THIS A FIT oc casion not only to award to true merit, and stamp with verity an article (or articles) worthy of public confidence and patronage, but also to put their seal of condemnation upon villainous compounds , base imitations and worthless counter feits, which resemble the genuine only in their names. The Committee, after careful examina tion of the SQUARZA’S PUNCHES, CORDIALS and BITTERS! on exhibition, declare them to be composed of the best material, and that the same were manu factured with science and utmost care. The Committee, in their deliberation, had to rely entirely upon the numbers on the bottles ; knowing nothing of the authors of either sam ples submitted to their examination, but were unanimous in their approbation of the one, and the condemnation of the other. Respectfully submitted, Dk. I. ROWKLL. Prof, of Chemistry, Da. L. .1. C/.APKAY, FRANCIS 0. BELDEJf, Committee. A. MARTIN, BIG FLAT, TRINITY RIVER, dealer Iu Dry Goods, GROCERIES, LIQUORS, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, MINING TOOLS, and General Merchandise I GOODS SOLD AS Cheap as the Cheapest, for Cash, “©a AND WITHOUT CHARGE Delivered at Purchaser’* Residence. Just received, an invoice of Henry’s Sixteen • Shooter Rifles! Samples of which may be seen at COMSTOCK & MARTIN S, Weavcrville. Biff Flat, Sept. 23, 1865. 37.td. PACIFIC . INSURANCE COMPANY! 436 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, TNSU RANGE AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Building*. Merchandise, Wares and other Personal Property. The personal liability of Stockholders under the law of this State recognized. Capital, - $750,000. LOSSES PAID IN U. S. GOLD COIN. JONHTHAN HUNT, President. A. J . RALSTON, Secretary. NEWBAUER, 2.t0. Agents for Trinity county. CEERK’S FEES. IT IS A STANDING RULE That all persons having transactions with the undersigned mast pay the necessary Fees in Advance rule will in no case be departed from. A. J. LOOMIS, Clerk and Recorder. Weavcrville, Aug. 1, 1865. 30.t0. FOR SALEJR RENT. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR sale or sent the property situated on the ■ ai( Weavcrville and Shasta Wagon Road. !■■■ s ii miles from Grass Valley, known as « BUCKHORN STATION.” It will be sold cheap, for cash, or rented on rea sonable terms to a responsible tenant. For particulars, terms, Ac., apply to John C. Burch. Weavcrville, or to JOHN ARN. Rush Creek, March 1, 1866. B.to. Xj. Ttir Trinity Journal com only Five Dollar, a Y.ar. Send It Home. Jtodrtg Notices. n. Trinity Lo4gt, ,V». 37, F. J- .W.-Hold their regular cunununicatious at Masonic Hall, Weaverville, on the last Monday of each month. Hour of meeting, six o’clock, p.m. ' JOHN C. BURCH, W. M. A. J. LOOMIS, Secretary. , 4,t8.^ «- Trinity Chapter, .VP. 19, Royal Jreh .W«- *»»», meet on the second and fourth Tuesday in each month, at the Masonic Hall, Weaverville. 4TvB a. J. LOOMIS, Secretary. Jfi' JS'orth Star Lodge, .Vto. 61, /. O. O. F; holds its regular meetings at Odd Fellows’ Hull. Wenverrille, on Thursday evening at 7*£ o’clock. Members of the Order from abroad'are cordially invited to attend. GEO. W. WARD, N. O. 47 v 8 FRANK W, YOUNG, R. S. H- St,Urn Encampment , JW. 13, /. O. O. F., meets on the evenings of the first and third Tuesday of each month, at Old Fellows’ Hall. Weaverville, at 7 o’clock. Pa triarchs from abroad are invited to visit us. J. M. EINFALT, C. P. W. H. BACHELDER, Scribe. *7vB. «o- Comet Lodge, JW». 84, I. O. O. F., Trinity Center, holds its regular meetings on Saturday evening, at Odd Fellows’ Hall. JACOB FOUST, N. G. E. R. SIKES, R. S. 47t8. Good Templars.— nearer Lodge, .IV. 183, meets at its Hall, Main street, every Saturday evening at o’clock Members of the order in good standing are cordial ly invited to visit us. £. CORNELL, .C. T. C. W. Craig, W. S. 37.t0. fc®. The Herman lioepital Society of Trinity county holds its regular Quarterly meetings at the Hospital building on the first Sunday in March, June, September and December. H. OVEHMOHLE, 47 v 8 Secretary. The Ftnimn Brotherhood of Trinity county meets at the Hall of the Saint Patrick Benevolent Society, Weaverville, ou the Second and Fourth Sunday of each month. 2y.to. DAVID FARRELL, C. C. M. Lang, —WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN— Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Clothing, Hardware, Crockery, Cigars and Tobacco, MINERS' MERCHANDIZE, Exclusively for Cash! —And at — CASH PRICES! COMSTOCK & MARTIN’S BUILDING, MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE. Goods Delivered Free of Charge! Weaverville, July 8, 1804. 26.2. PACIFIC BREWERY (OLD STAND—MAIN STREET—WEAVERVILLE.) LORENZ & HAGLEMAN, Late of the bavaria brewery, hav ing purchased the entire interest of Walter k Co. in the above establishment, are prepared to supply the public with a choice article of Pure Lager 33eer, IN KEGS OH BOTTLES. Attention is called to the fact that we are furnishing a superior article of Beer for XL RS -IXO PURPOSES —so pronounced by those who have used it. Orders left at the Brewery will he promptly filled, and Beer delivered without ad ditional charge. Also, SODA and SARSAPARILLA, manufactured after the most improved processes. HEXRY LORENZ, JOHN HAGLEMAN. Weaverville, Oct. 20, 1865. 42.t0. F. VOLLMKK, > - - - (F. BTIERLKN. PROPRIETORS. UNITED STATES BAKERY! Court Street, Weaverville. THE PROPRIETORS OF THIS OLD ESTAB lishcd Bakery fake this method of returning thanks to the public for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed, and of saying that they still hold forth at the old stand, Opposite the Union Hotel, Where they still furnish, and will deliver to cus tomers every morning, fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies, OF ANY DESIRED KIND. Balls, Wedding and other Parties, fur nished with plain or ornamented Cakes, at short notice, and prices to suit the times. (Jive us a a call. VOLUME 11 k STIERLEN. Weaverville, May 1, 1864. l«.to. E. L. STRAUSS, (Successor to NVm. Baehr,) Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler, M.VIS STltsr.l, ADJOINING TEI.F.OKJPH OFFICE. HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND a select stock of CLOCKS, WATCHES ! JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, Silver Ware, Quartz Jewelry, Etc. Repairing of all kinds done at short notice and moderate pri ces. Give me a call. E. L. STRAUSS. Weaverville, July 15, 1865. 2J.to. GREENHOOD & NEWBAUER, BANKERS. Highest Price paid for Gold Dust! ADVANCES Made on Gold Dust for Assay, or Coinage at the U. S. Mint, and a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS transacted. We have one of the largest FIRE-PROOF SAFES In California, and are prepared to take SPE CIAL DEPOSITS on reasonable terms. Weaverville, Dec. 1, 1863. 48.td. UNION SHAVING SALOON AND Bath. Rooms. Main itreet, ... Weaverville, ADJOINING JCNKANS’ HARDWARE STORE. Hot, Cold and Shower Baths, at all hours ! 19.t0. CHAS. HARTMANN, Proprietor. NEW RTvE¥“IdARKET] IPH i-AGASSE ANNOUNCES THAT HE HAS >ened a new Market at AKE CITY, NEW EIVEE, cpt constantly supplied with ev- FRESH MEATS which the mar -25, to. CALIFORNIA STEAM'NAVIGATION COMPANY! THE STEAMER VICTOR! G. P. PAGE, ... MASTER, Will leave Red Bluff lor Sacramento every TUESDAY! AT C O’CLOCK, A. M., And leave Sacramento for Red Bluff every SATURDAY! PASSAGE, TEN DOLLAES. For freight or passage apply on board, or to J B. ANDRUS, Agent. Red Bluff, December 13, 1865. 40.td. Winter! ATTENTION! EVERYBODY! AND ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO WISH TO KNOW WHERE THEY CAN BUY THEIR Groceries and Provisions THE CHEAPEST! Hall & Marshall, (Successors to A. Martin,) DEALERS IN MINING TOOLS, GROCERIES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, Hardware, Crockery, Drugs, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Clottiing ! —AND ALL ARTICLES OF— GGXERAL MERCHANDIZE required in a mountain community, respectfully announce to the citizens of Douglas Oily and neighboring points that they have just received the largest and best assorted supply ever offered there, and will sell AS CHEAP AS ANYBODY! —so cheap ns to make it an object to all to pay CASH for their supplies, jgExamine our stock, and be satisfied that we mean and will do what we promise in this an nouncement. ELISHA HALL, A. 11. MARSHALL. Douglas City, December 1, 1865. 47.t0. A New Place SPEM) IIOXEY TO ADVANTAGE! A. HEALEY, Exchange Building, Main Street, (adjoining Miners’ Hotel}) HAS JUST RECEIVED: FINE HAVANA CIGARS! TWENTY BRANDS OF SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO! Holiday Confectionery! IN’ GREAT VARIETY, Shelf Groceries, Wines, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. FRESH EGGS always on band. Orders from the country promptly filled, and all Goods sold at the lowest market prices. Try me, and sec ! A. HEALEY. Weavervillc, Dec. 8, 1863. 48.t0. NORTH FORK BREWERY! MECKEL BROTHERS, Proprietors. THE PROPRIETORS ANNOUNCE TO THE citizens of. Trinity, Klamath and Humboldt that their Brewery is in successful operation, and that they intend to furnish customers with as good an article of LA-GtPjTI I3EER as can be had North of San Francisco. Orders respectfully solicited. North Fork, July 7, 1863. 26.td. HENRY JUNKANS, HOOKER’S BUILDING, —MAIN STREET, WEAVERVItLE, DEALER IN— Hardware 2 STOVES, SHEET IRON, TIN-WARE, LAMPS, All sizes and patterns, and every article usually kept in similar establishments. All orders for work attended to promptly, and satisfaction guar anteed. IvP.td. HENRY OYERMOHLE, —DEALER IN — HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCOS, FANCY GROCERIES. TOYS. CUTLERY. Genuine California Meerschaum Pipes, PLAYING CARDS, CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, FANCY ARTICLES, AC. Howe's Brick Building, Main Street, 1. (west side.) weatkrville. 1 NOTICE OF SALE. milE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY i tice that he has sold and transferred^toW Oberdeeuer -ntereSu her turning thanks to t l> would cordially tronage for his succes sohcit a conti indcbted to me are requested * FOR '™: Weavervillc, March 8,186 j. —WOLF OBEROEENER, , dealer is CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Fruits, TV uth. Pipes, CONFECTIONERY, FANCY’ ARTICLES, Etc., MAIN STREET, WEAVEBVILLE, 19. (itmu st* to«» aorr.L and magnolia.) to. pk 3#itUaw,s & €O/$ WINTER ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE Ladies of Trinity I WE TAKE PLEASURE IN announcing that we have recei ved, and will be in constant re ceipt of the finest and most carefully selected stock of W I N T E II DRY AND DRESS GOODS! BONNETS, Shawls, Manillas, Etc., etc., together with a new and handsome variety of Ladies’ Misses and Children's SHOES, SLIPPERS and GAITERS, All of which we intend to sell at lower prices than they were ever before offered in Weaver ville. Call and examine our stock, and satisfy yourselves that we SELL CHEAPER THAN ANYBODY! ■■■ OUB STOCK OK MEN AND BOYS’ CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS for Gen tlemen, together with HATS, BOOTS, and INDIA RUBBER GOODS FOR MINERS, Is the best in the mountains. We have also re ceived an elegant assortment of Carpets, Oil Cloths, PAPER HANGINGS, WALL PAPER, Etc. ggy The public may rest assured of one thing —that we Will Not be Undersold. Call and examine our Goods and prices, and satisfy yourselves. M. WILLIAMS k CO. Weaverville, May 20, 18G5. 37v9. Removal! HENRY MOCKER" HAS REMOVED TO THK Eder Brick Building, WEST SIDE MAIN STREET, Where he will be happy to see his friends and customers. Always on hand a choice assortment of WINES, LIQUORS, GROCERIES, Native California Wines and Brandies, 41. IX mrowju. to. Cards. JOHN C. BURCH, Attorney at La %c • OFFICE, - • • EDGECOMB’S BUILDING, MAIN STREET, NO. 1, SECOND STORY. Weaverville, Oct. 1, 1863. 38.tf. JOHN MURPHY, COUNTY JUDGE. OFFICE, UocUer'e Building, Court Street , (up etmire , 24. • WEAVERVILLE. *B. WILLIAMS & FELTER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OFFICE, main stkkf.t, east side, two doors from corner, 40. (OLI> TELEGRAPH OFFICE.) Id. EGBERT P. ALLEN, District Attorney —AND— ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IX THE NEW COURT HOUSE—up stairs. Civil suits and law business of whatever na. lure, attended to promptly. 51.td. Dr. R. A. THOMAS. OFFICE AT THE 32. WEAVERVILLE DRI6 STORE. DR. WM. WILSON, County Physician. 0 F F I C E—MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE. OPPOSITE McCAIN i CO.'S STORE. RESIDENCE J 4. r >. Taylor street —late residence of H. Greenhood. 10. 11. M. CHAUNCEY, M. D, —OFFICE AT UIS— ’ RESIDENCE, COURT STREET. Weaverville. Oct. I, 1803. 38.td, 33 rT TODD, Physician, Surgeon and Accoucher. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, — Street, WeaTervllle, Immediate attention paid to all calls from ante —day or night. The poor attended ously. ' 17to ' 6*-FRENCH AND GERMAN SPOKEN. *6* DB. J. C. MONTAGUE, rsiclnn aiirt Surgeon. teller Hob M- “ tion City, March I, 186 a. 8. m ■ DR, 0. J • GATES, geon and Mechanical Dentist. . OFFICE, Hacker’. Building, Second Story. r- Having returned to Weaverville to locate, now prepared to perform, skillfully, all op ms in his profession. ARTIFICIAL TEETH ted in Gold, Silver and Vulcanite. 15. EDWARD P. LOVEJOY, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE* adjoining union hotel. (lately occupied by Justice Burns.) DEEDS DRAWN AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TAKEN. 4<s—vlO—to. A.* IX. IC.A.IXJL* Notary Public and Conveyancer. —o — - at Helton k Kellogg’* Store, DOUGLAS CITY. OSr Deeds drawn, and acknowledgment* ta ke^