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to- County and tlrutmhuctn taljen at their ruling ralne in payment for ntncriptiona te tbit P»pet. To toldiera In the Gorernmtat Wrrke.tke Joffwut trill be furniibed for GrceubackAt pjtg. : Weaverville, Saturday, April 28,1866. Tus Sacramento Lmon has an article in its issue of the 23d to which wc would call the at tention of our readers. It is headed “Gipsies and Workers 11 and every thinking man, who has watched, the many mining cicitements this country has been cursed with since 1850, will vouch for its correctness. We copy the conclud ing portion, and only regret the want of space to insert the entire article : Has California ever known a more penial blooming season ? Look at her now, clothed in the emerald splendor of Spring ! Her plains and valleys exhipit the Inxuriancc of an Eastern June under the smiles and tears of an April sky. The grain fields which gladden the farmer s heart are lakes of rippling green, precociously “ head ing out ” ere wanted, and within another month, destined to float gold enough to freight uncount ed argosies. The orchards have already shower ed their fragrant blossoms upon the earth be neath. and the fruit begins to form thickly upon trees flash with the sap of life. I'pou every vinc clad hill there is clustering promise ofa glorious vintage. Leave such a land as this—“ God’s own country" indeed—for ft bleak wilderness like Montana or the burning deserts of Arizona ! Ko ; let the gipsies go--for they must indulge their erratic propensity at least once in two years and by perilous experience gain a little transient gleam of appreciation of California. But herds the worker’s Eden. Here, in field or mine, the toiler can find a liberal reward for the labor of his hands, a salubrious climate, easy access to mark ets and gay centers of advanced society, cheap food, ami the comforts and luxuries that enter into a pleasurable life. N'itro Glycerine. —The introduction of this new blasting agent into California has been at tended with fearful loss of life. The accidental San Francisco on Monday week caused theceath of eleven persons, certainly—doubtless wore, and maimed as many more. The names o I the dead are G. W. Bell, New York ; Wm. S. ITivcn, New York; Samuel Knight. Connecticut; Frtncis E. Webster, Maine; Wm. Jester, Massachusetts; John Gallagher, Jos. Elliott and Dennis O’Don nell, Ireland ; Wm. 11. Cook, England : F. De rlvcaux, France, and one Chinaman. The Coro ner's jury, in their verdict, censure the act of shipping this dangerous oil by passenger boats, and especially in the manner in which the pack, age which caused such sad havoc with human life was dene—without mark or indication of the dangerous nature of its contents. The jury fur ther exonerated the Pacific Mail Co. and Wells, Fargo & Co. from blame in this particular in stance, but condemn the practice of express companies and other carriers in endangering ju man life by receiving without question packages, the contents of which they have no knowledge. Latest nv Telegraph.— The telegraph brings the report of a speech delivered by President Johnson on the evening of the 181 h, in reply ton serenade of sailors and soldiers. His speech is about equally "divided between self-praise for the heroism (?) displayed by him during the rebel lion. and the most l itter denunciation of all those who dire to differ with him, in It is recon struction policy. Repeating the scene of the twenty-second of February, he again spicevs his speech by expressions, which may be tolerated in a hired stump speaker, but which are a dis grace to the President of the United Stales.— Wo have no doubt every Copperhead in the country will applaud this last effort of President Johnson ; but wc are equally convinced, that it will not increase his reputation, ns a statesman and a patriot, with the loyal people of the United States. Apolouetic. —The editor of the Journal hav ing granted himself forty-eight hours respite from duty in order to bo present at the Odd Fellows' celebration in Shasta, this it to certify that if any short-comings arc noticeable in the editorial department, the “jour." and our • rad ical’’ friend, Block, of t lie Express office must be held responsible. We have left positive in slrctions that the political tone of the paper must not he tempered with, and trust that noth ing which may have.h tendency to endorsement of the Johnsonian policy will be admitted to these columns, in our absence. Ir the readers of the Journal should find this number more titan usually interesting, if they should find the clippings selected with greater care and the editorials evince deeper thought and study, than ordinarily, we trust they will award the credit to the proper parties. This much in answer to friend Gordon's apology. The new editors of the Journal have made the arrangement, that everything good in the paper shall go to the credit of “ Heckmann," while “Block" assumes the responsibility for all short comings or errors. Another I-earful Accident from Nitro Gly cerine.—The Union of April 21st brings the fol lowing intelligence under date New York, April 20th: A fearful explosion occurred on the steamer Europe an at Aspinwall on the 13th, destroying the ship and four hundred feet of wharf. The explosion is supposed to have been caused bv nitro glycerine. About fifty persons were killed", among them being the Captain and other officers of the vessel. The damage caused by the explo sion is estimated at 51,000,000. The officers of the Panama Railroad in this city estimate the loss of that company at one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Too Goon to be Losr.—Everybody hereabouts knows Ben. Moss—a steady-going, estimable cit izen, and a dry joker. A few weeks ago, when the news arrived that Johnson had turned traitor to the Union party, and that Seward approved his course, a jubilant Democrat, meeting Ben., hailed him with, “Hallo, Ben, I what do you think of Billy Seward, now?" “Oh," replied Ben., “just what I've thought for a long time— Seward has never been in bis right mind since you fellers tried to murder him." The Demo crat quietly simmered down, and slowly and sad ly left the spot. —Auburn Stars and Stripes. Tni National Intelligencer (Johnson's organ) is farthering the wishes of the Copperheads by urg ing the removal of Secretary Stanton. It says : “ If it be claimed that the peculiar qualifications of Mr. Stanton for the extraordinary juncture of the war justified his incumbency heretofore, the tame reasons demonstrate the impolicy of his re tention in time of peace. His expulsion from the Cabinet by President Johnson, would, wc cannot doubt, be bailed by the country with nearly unanimous approbation.’’ Dr* Notice.—One week from to-day (MaySth) we intend to be at Canon City, for the purpose of looking at the mines and our patrons. From what “Happy Jack” tells us, there must be several miles of hydraulics in operation in that section, and a prospect for a great gold harvest. Tuat same Jack tells us about a trout somebody caught in the East Fork last Sunday, which measured not less than twenty-two inches in length. Coming froip anybody but him, we should hardly credit that fish story. e ( :: ,^ 1 . ST,C -I here will be ■ business meeting of the Olympia Gymnastic Club next Snnday. The Sew Militia Law. 1 Al considerable intereit is manifested by the members of the State Militia to know tbe proriw ions of tbe New Militia Law pissed at the late sesMDn of the LegUlatnrc, we transfer to cue. colimns tha following summary thereof as fur nished by the San Francisco Horning Call , which is sufficient to afford a knowledge of its general character. The organized uniform troops of the State are to be known as the National Guard of and shall comprise not more than eighty companies—siity-four of which strc'tb be infantry, twelve cavalry, and four artillery. The Governor, Adjutant-General, Major-General, and Brigadief-Generals, constitute a Board for the location and organization of the National Guard, and such Board shall hereafter determine what new companies shall be organized under the provisions of this Act. This Board must meet by the first of June, to perform its duties. The organized force is to be located throughout the State with reference to the military wants of the State, means of concentration, and other milita ry requirements. Cavalry companies cannothavc less than thirty nor more than eighty privates; other companies not less than fifty nor more than one hundred. The number of officers is the same as now provided. Any person joining a company shall join for not less than one year, unless sooner discharged by competent author ity. The State is divided into six brigades, the Fit'll) Brigade being composed of the counties of Butte, Plumas, Tehama, Shasta, Siskiyou and Trinity. There shall be company drill at least once in each month, except in San Francisco and Sacramento, where there must be weekly compa ny drills. There shall be a battalion or regiment al drift at least once a year, exclusive of the legal parades. The National Guard must parade twice in each year, viz : July 4th, by regiment or battalion, and September Oth, by company, for target practice. The Commander of a Bri gade has power to order out any portion of the force under his command to parade on other oc casions. Punishments are provided for insulting language to superiors, and civilians may be ar rested and pul under guard for insulting or mo lesting an officer or private while on military duty. Fines levied by Courts-Martial are made collectable in the same manner that other fines arc. The system of instruction, rules of govern ment. and uniforms, are to be the same as those prevailing in the United States service. While going to or from parade, members of military companies are exempt form arrest on civil pro cess. All members of the National Guard are exempt from payment of any poll tax, road tax. or head tax of any description ; they are c.xempt from serving on any posse comitatus, and their horses, arms, equipments, etc., arc exempt from execution. In addition to the allowance for armories, which is about the same as at present, each uniformed company is to receive at the rale of three hundred dollars a year for each member, as a “ Company Fund.” It is now a misdemeanor for any person or persons, not a member of the National Guard, to have in his or their possession any arms, equipments, military stores, or clothing belonging to the Btalc or a Company of the National Guard. To pay the expenses of the National Guard, a tax of five cents on each one hundred dollars is levied on all the property in the Stale. The bill contains seventy-four sections which relate minutely to the duties of the various officers. The forego ing, however, will give one a tolerably gooJ idea of the ruling principles of the bill. The law went into effect April 2, but the organization of the Guard will not be perfected until the Milita ry Board meets, which must be within sixty days from Hie approval of the law by the Governor. Doubtless, copies of the law will soon be distrib uted among the military companies, when they can learn all other particulars they desire. The National Democratic Party Reject John son.—The National Democratic Association at Washington has resolved to have nothing to do with the attempt to get up a Johnson party, but to maintain their own organization intact. Flor ence, manager of the 22d February demonstra tion, addressed the Association, saying lie was compelled to say the President has not shown sufficient gratitude to those who have stoo i hy him. Saulsbury of Delaware, followed in an ad dress of the most hitter character, saying he was tired of supporting a man who would not help himself, or show thankfulness for support. lie was a warm personal friend of the President, hut if Johnson means to act right, it was time for him to show it. Saulsbury said the. Presi dent has scarcely a Republican member of Con gress to support bis measures, and the Democrats were sick of doing his work without pay. Do They Endorse It.—No Republican jour nal yet denounces Charles Sumner's recent bloody and brutal manifesto in the Senate. —Mountain Democrat. To the treason-apologist of the Democrat we would sny that they do endorse it, and on Dem ocraiic precedent, too. We don't remember that a single one of it’s kind of journals denounced the “ bloody and brutal ” assault of the cbival ric Brooks on Sumner, in the Senate Chamber of the United States a few years ago. Vine Planting. —The Visalia Delia says more than 20,000 grape vines will be set in that val ley tbe present Spring, and that many of these are of the best foreign varieties.— Sac. Bee. Some grape vines have been planted in Trini ty this year. Dr. Ware,alone, has set out about ten thousand vines and cuttings on bis Sidney Hill property, many of which are of the choicest foreign varieties. His planting includes a large lot of the Fiber Zagos—said to be the finest Rai sin grape grown. Hon. D. C. Humphreys, of Huntsville, Alaba ma, writing from Washington to tbe Huntsville Advocate, s ays that “ Congress is bound to take charge of the reconstruction question, and sec to it that all people of all races and colors have a fair start in the journey of life and be be lieves in it. “My whole life shall be directed towards preserving the Union, and making it. In the proper, fulle.«f sense of the term, permanently free—Anhkiw Johnson. April 20.15C5. More New Goons.—Read the new advertise ment of Karsky & Co., in another column.—- The shelves of their establishment are filled to overflowing with handsome dry goods, clothing*, bonnets, furnishing goods, bats, boots and shoes, and every article required in their line. Gratifying Thought.— Hon. Cornelius Cole, who is to repretent California in the United States Senate for the next six years, has taken up bis abode in Washington. What a relief it is to know that shameless MtDougall’s political race is nearly run. Summer Clothing. —We invite attention to the announcement of Mr. Balch, which appears to day. He has received large additions to his stock of "wearing apparel, all of which he intends to sell as’cheap as anybody this side of Trinity mountain. Give him a call. This (Friday) evening is the lime fixed for the Canon City party. We hope Mr. Jones will be astonished with a good tnrn-ont. The selection of Godfrey Anstead and Jas. Barrett as Floor Managers will be satisfactory. The attention of Lower Trinity and New Riv er miners is directed to tbe business card of A. Sreenebanm k Co., Hoopa Valley merchants. Bad Flack fob a Tows Sitk.—A correspond ent of the Humboldt Baj Journal announces^ I with great enthusiasm, the recent entrance of n j sail vessel at the month of Kel River. He ie*» a flontishing seaport town in the notary faf 'distance, which may rival anything of present esistence on the coakt. This reminds us ”of r'an incident of early tupe* in that same locality, which is worth telling. In the year 1852, we : think it was, old Captain Mat. Stuart, one of the pioneers of Wcaverville.aud a number of others, ; went to locale a town site at the mouth of Eel : River. One evening, after the surveyor had fin ished his task, and the boundaries of the embryo town bat been properly designated, and while | the party was seated for supper under the shade ! of a mammoth cotton wood which was to embellish 1 the main street, one of the men happening to cast his eyes upwards, discovered a mass of some thing in the branches, ten or fifteen feet above ground. “What's that?” he asked, pointing to the object. Capt. Stuart looked up, drew a long breath, and in his own forcible style responded. Drift wood, by G—d ; let’s move the town site !” Enough of That.—Whitewashed Union men and Kentucky “ conservatives” are endeavoring to persuade genuine Unionists to the belief that it is in bad taste to condemn the President's pol icy. It is, eh? We entertain only feelings of pity for those who, pretending to be faithful ad herents of Union principles, can frankly say that they endorse cither the new-fangled principles or policy of Andrew Johnson. "Where is the Union man who glories in having voted for Lincoln in 18C0, and again in 18G4, who can read the Pres ident's 22d of February speech, or his flattering remarks to the rebel delegation from Virginia, and say that the policy or principles of Johnson are similar to those taught and practiced by the illustrious martyr. “Mauk Twain ” writes as follows to the Union about Honolulu cigars ;—“The only cigars used here arc those trifling, insipid, tasteless, flavor less things they call ‘ Manilas ’ —ten for twenty five cents ; and it would take a thousand to be worth half the money. After you have smoked thirty-five dollars worth of them in a forenoon you feel nothing hut a desperate yearning to go out somewhere and lake a smoke. They say high duties and a sparse population render it unprofit able to import good cigars, but I do not see why some enterprising citizen does not manufacture them from the native tobacco. A Kanaka gave me some Oahu tobacco yesterday, of fine tex ture, pretty good flavor, and so strong that one pipe full of it satisfied me for several hours.— [Drown has just come in says he lias bought a couple of tons of Manilas to smoke to-night.] Lone Daniel.—Wcclip the following item from j a San Francisco paper : “ Judge Sawyer to-day granted Calhnr no i Crowley a divorce from her husband, Daniel I Crowley, on the ground of intemperance.” We guess that during bis residence in San Francisco Daniel lias been before llie Police Court for wife-pounding oftener than any other denizen of that city. His fun is up now. Glai> to Hear It.—We are pleased to notice that Capt. George F. Price, Second California ■ Cavalry, lately stationed at Denver City, Colora- j do, has been assigned the position of 2d Lien- | tenant in the sth U. S. Cavalry. He has deserv ed this honor by gallant conduct as an officer of Volunteers. The Last Tnir.—The Hominy Cull says that the experiment of establishing steam communi cation between San Francisco and the Sandwich Island? has proved a failure. The last trip of the Ajax was her last trip there, for the present. The Islanders don't appreciate the luxury. Mb. Oberdeeneb is thanked for news favors. 3Uavviaiic,s: At ttic residence of 11. J. Herrick, near Junc tion City. April 22d, by lion. John Murphy, County Judge, Mr. Stephen I. Thayer, of Doug las City, to Miss Sarah E. Harvey, lute Jf Hangar, Maine. gfir gulmtijscmfntsi. NEW GOODS! A Splendid Slock of New SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING AND Furnishing Goods! —JUST OPENED AT Batch* s NEW AND CHEAP CLOTHING EMPORIUM!! CONSISTING OF FINE DRESS SUITS, Business Suits, LISEN CLOTII ISO, Boots, Hals, Caps, Under Shirts, Drawers, Socks, etc. »or i intend to sell goods at Small Profits, and respectfully invite those intending tn pur chase to cull and examine tny stock, ODD FEL LOWS’ Bnilding, Main street. J. 11. BALCII. Wcavcrville, April 25, 1866. 40.t0. A. CREENEBAUM & CO., lIOOPA "V ALLEY —KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND— GROCERIES, CLOTHING, DRY - GOODS, Boots and Shoes, And every variety of MIXERS’ GOODS, which we offer for sale CHEAP FOR CASH. FortGasion, April 25, 18G6. 16.3 m. ROAD MEETING. The regular quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors of the Weavcrville and Shasta Wagon Road Company will be held at the office of the Company, in Weaverviile, on Monday, May 14th, at 2 o’clock, p. m., for the transaction of busi ness. Bv order of tbe Board. D. E. GORDON', Secretary. Weaverviile. April 28, 1866. 16.tm. ~W arning! ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBID tres passing or interfering with the “ BCRXT RANCH ” property on Lower Trinity. Taxes have been paid on the property, and 1 intend to ho l d u. P. 0. M. IIENNESSY. Big Flat, April 16, 1866. 16.31. Conness ox McDocgaM,.—ln the course of fhe Senate debate on t|}e Sioux City and Pacific Rail road measure, VfcOotlgall charged Conness with having a personal interest in the matter, and of discussing without regard tq tjie common inter est- A ipng colloquy ensued, during which Mc- Dougall was several times called to order. Mr, Conness finally said :—“The Senator (Mr. Mc- docs not represent California,cither po litically or morally, lie was disfranchised by the State five years ago, since Which he has not returned to sec his constituents. I have sat in my place when that Senator, so far from repre senting that high-toned constituency, was sit ting, or rather lying in his chair, the object of pitv, before an audience from every State in the Union.. 1 have covered my eyes more than once before this spectacle. I was biding the time 1 when Mr. McDotlgall, by the termination of his career, should cease to disgrace the Senate. It was not enough that ho should be excluded from the Committees —that silent but positive condem nation —having no character to lose, and noth- ■ ing to gain in a controversy, lie rises, and his comments are at last on offence. ” An Eloquent Tribute of Gratitude.— How- i ever men may love the approbation of the proud ; and powerful, it may be doubted if any satisfac tion is equal to the consciousness of having won, 1 by acts of justice and beneficence, the gratitude of the humble and helpless, and never was there u more loueliingnnd beautiful expression ofgrat itude than in the contribution of flowers by the j colored women of Washington to the thirty-three ! Senators who voted for the passage of the Civil Rights bill over the veto oftbe President, on the ! desk of each of whom was placed, on the morn ing following, fresh flowers, with a card attach ed. on which was written :—“ We exercise the Civil Right to express our gratitude.”— Contra Coela Gazelle. May Party.— The Lewiston folks arc going to indulge in a May dance, sure ns you live. Fred. Frey says there’s no “steamboat” about it this time, and wants everybody to come and enjoy themselves. If we maj' believe the assertion of an Orovillc correspondent of the American Flay, the Union men of Ruttc don't much admire the Record in its new hands. An opposition paper of the right stripe is talked of. u? SMwrtfccmrnts. r aiT MAIN' ST., (ADJOINING THE DKUCS STOKE.) HAVE RECEIVED AN ELEGANT STOCK OF SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, COMPRISING NEW STYLES DRESS GOODS, DEY-600D3, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SUCKS, iv(W . itVa TTn.t.a, Caps, Bonnets, Cloths and Cassimcros, Boys’ Clothing, CAKPETS, OIL CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS, —and the best assortment of— GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS to be found in the mountains. jgtgf All wc ask is thru the public will Examine and Price our Goods before purchasing.“©a Weavcrville, April 23, 1 SOU. Id.to. XVj[ 37' Ball! „ iiS t 1 l ’tn pern n 'W\ Lewiston. Hi aE' »e evening o A MAY PAR ty will be given at ranee [hill, on the tIA cvl '" i " g ° f rrS Tuesday, May 1, to attend winch a si general invita tion is hereby extended to everybody. Good mu sic is engaged ; dancing commences at B.\ o elk. Tickets, !?4. By order of the COMMITTEE. Lewiston, April 25, 18GC. IG.li. THE EYES ! THE EYES ! DR. E. 11. PARDEE, OCULIST AND AURIST. \FTER A PROTRACTED BLINDNESS OF more than five years, Dr. Pardee has made himself thoroughly and scientifically acquaint ed with all diseases of the Eye, and is now prac ticing with a success not surpassed in the Uni ted States. All operations performed, such as Strabismus, or cross eye, Cataract by linear extraction, De pression or Absorption, Pterygium, or fleshy membrane growing over the eye, Reduction of Staphyloma, or bulging onto! the eye, Artificial Pupil,'Fistula Lachrynmlis, or closing of tear passage, and all deformities of the Lids, etc. Artificial Eyes inserted without the least pain, and possessing all the movements and brilliancy of the real eye. A large assortment constantly on hand and'for sale at reasonable prices. The Doctor’s Eye Bath for the treatment and cure of all nervous diseases is used all over this coast. Thankful to those physicians who have sent him cases for operations, he hopes that his uni versal success will warrant a continuation ot their confidence. His celebrity ns an operatoris eo-extensive with his success, ns patients arc presenting themselves lor treatment and opera tions, from New York and Boston, almost month ly. Many - patients can be seen at the Doctor s oflice daily, in different stages of recovery. Office—7o7 Clay street, (above the Plaza) near Dupont street. 14.1 y. DANCING PARTY CANON CITY. A SOCIAL PARTY WILL BE given at the House of the undersigned on the evening of Friday, April 27th. Supper will be served at Gilzean’s ■ii ■ Hotel. A general invitation is here extended. TICKETS, FIVE DOLLARS. TflOS. D. JONES. Canon City, April 20, 1866. 15.11. I t §r, |t. gt. omtl iXD UBIRKSCX, COENEB 00TJET and OENTEE STEEETS, (surly opposite ntuov botsl.) Spring and Summer ANNOUNCEMENT! NEW GOODS ! a«, William? & fa. y* TAKE PLEASURE IN AN “iSK' nounelng to the LADIES nml GENTLEMEN of Trinity coun ty. sind “young folks ” ns well, tlisit they sire now receiving i\ large nml ciircfnllv selected stock of Spring and Hummer Dry - Groods AND CLOTHING! Boots and Slioes, SLIPPERS, GAITERS, CARPETS, Oil-Cloths. Wall Paper, Etc., wliicli we intend to sell as Cheap as the Cheapest! Call nml examine our Goods and prices, nnd satisfy yourselves. M. WILLIAMS & CO. Wenvervillo, April 20, 1808. 52.10. 4th of May Ball! TGI-: UNDERSIGNED TAKES THIS method of notifying the people of the V'v. county that lie intends giving a Bull at his house, on Oregon Gulch, on * Friday Even’g, May 4th, 1860. CrST’No pains or expense will he spar 'd to render the occasion nlcasant. Everybody s invited. Tickets—FlVE DOLLARS. A list of Managers will lie duly announced.— Vs this!- my first effort, and I have hitherto been 1 “ball-going diameter,” 1 shall hope and ex lect a general turn out. MICHAEL CAIIALAN. Oregon Gulch, April 4, Idiiti. 13.1 b. CANON CITY STORE! BROOKS & KELLOGG, (SUCCKS.SDRS T ) JDS. DKITNETT.) AUK NOW UKCKIVINO, ANM Wll.fi KKKP CONSTANTLY OX HAND A LAM 3 AND S£LC( T TOi'K OF GROCERIES, LIQUORS, CLOTHING, MINING TOOLS, Crochmt, gavtovc, sxwp.5 xwp. GENERAL MERCHANDIZE. Having pcrmnnenily ostnldished ourselves nt tlie above point, we desire to sny to the peo ple of that section that ns wo liny our Goods in San Francisco, and deliver them with our own teams, we Yv’ill not bo Undersold. The most liberal inducements will he offered those who desire to purchase for Cash or on short credit. Give us a trial. JOS. BROOKS, M. V. KELLOGG. Canon City, April 20, 1806. 15.t0. n Tehanm C*o., Cal. J. C. BRADLEY, Proprietor. THESE SPRINGS ARE PLEAS a “ »1 aptly situated in a picturesque valley. !j “" I about seven miles from Red Bluff. The jOPj buildings have been thoroughly repair ed. ami visitors will find all the comforts of a home, ns well as the health-giving virtues of the waters. The most eminent physicians of San Francis co and the State, after careful analysis of the wa ters, pronounce them In he the Best •Mineral Waters in the United States! and this opinion is verified by thousands of per sons who have been cured of chronic diseases, after having tried in vain (behest medical advice. For chronic diseases of all kinds, Rheumatism, Scrofula, .Nervous complaints, Dyspepsia, Indi gestion, stda diseases, Uterine affections, and the diseases of females, these raters arc inf tillable. The charges are moderate, and every attention will be afforded to promote the comfort of inva lids. For further information apply to Dr. U. A. Thomas. Weavervillc ; Dr. A. B. Goss, Hay Fork, or address J. C. BRADLEV, Red Bluff. Tuscan Springs, April 20, 1800. 15.tf. FOR NEW RIVER! CARAWAY 8l CO. TAKE THIS METHOD OF No tifying the public that they have just opened a Nett Store at the FORKS OF NEW RIVER, and will keep constantly on hand a fine stock ot rr GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, MIXING TOOLS, And all articles usually required in a mining section. V. CARAWAY, J. P. GASSETT. Forks New River, April 1, ISCG. 13.t0. BARTLETT & CO., FORtVAKDIMG -AXP— COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Tire - Proof Warehonse, Main Street, Bed Bluff. N RESUMING THE FORWARDING Busi ness, we beg leave to offer our thanks for the rv liberal patronage formerly bestowed on the e firm of Hincbraaii & Bartlett, nnd, promising e same prompt and faithful attention to busi ss entrusted to our care, that characterized the isiness transactions of the laic firm, we rcspect lly ask.a share of public patronage. REFER TO IS. S. McCain & C 0...... Red Bluff, April 12, 1860. • Weavervillc. 14.t0. HOUSE ANO LOT FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS TO 1 sell his private residence on Center street, —with or without the furniture—cheap jh. C. E, WILLIAMS. tTerville, Oct. 10 1*65, *o.to. Special Motto. D.-pl.-Mlf.-O. D«Gr«th'i Klee talc Oil.—‘Wonderful med leal curea bf the application o( Ppof. Charles I>KJrath’s Elec tric Oil. I, propose to corf instantaneously individuals afflict edwith ITouLiche, Neuralgia, Kbeunmtiim, and all Bronchi al affection*. I propboe to check anti effectually dissipate more ache and pain, and to accomplish nearer and more perfect equilibrium of all the circulating fluids in the human system, than can he affected by any other or all other methods of medical aid in the same apace of time. 1 do not propose to cure every disease, but all such as are canable of any combination of medical appliances. My Elec tric Oil operates on chemical and electric principles, and is, therefore, applicable to the euro or natural restoration of any organic derangement arising from an iutpropef circulation of Nei vo vital fluid. Price. 5n cents and $1 per bottle. Depot, Philadelphia.— Sold by «I 1 druggists and detiers. Sole* Agents for the Pacitlc c.Ask if. if. McDonald IT Co*, Shu Francisco and Sacramento Uity, to whom all orders should be addressed. ul.lm. Hints for the Home Circle—Solace for the Slvfc.-*-Science would lack th»* grand charm that sheds a halo over its labors, if the gentler sex were not made par. ticipants of the beuetit* it imparts. Ta that sex the medical liscoveries ot the dLrtlsguiAlitftl philanthropist. Prafessui Hol loway. have been singularly beneficial. For the complaints peculiar to the fern lie organisation, and which arc borne with a fortitude rarely exhibited man', Holloway’s Pills hare been f»r twenty years administered witli wonderful success. In those crises of woman's life, the dawn of womanhood and the commeucoment of old age. as well as in tiie innumerable cases requiring medical assistance w hich occur between those two important epochs, the mild and,restorative action of this great remedy is attested by the strongest vouchers. Nor is the Ointment less highly appreciated ns a remedy for the eruptions and other external disfigurements which sometimes cloud the.beauty of woman. It is a terrible thing to see a beloved wife or daughter lan guishiug under the attacks of disease: the lustre fading from her eyes, the rose from her cheek, and premature decrepitude prostrating her energies in the morning «»f tbo prime of life. Perhaps tho innate nenHitivenens and delicacy of her nature forbid hef to disclose the cause Of the difficulty. «»r If she Seeks medical aid she finds little or n-* relief from stere* typ ed prescription*. Furnished with Holloway's remedies, she needs no professional adviser. The directions acquaint her with’the manner of their use. In the quiet scelu-dqp of her own chamber she can !h* physician to herself, and will soon learn, as million* have already ■ learned, that she has found the true Hirer ritir. As the glow of health returns to her dimmed eyes, elasticity to her step, and cheerfulness to her heart, she will realize in her own feelings all that has l>een published of the experience of others, who suffered as she has suffered and have been restored by the same means. The subject is one on which it is difficult to be explicit, with out trenching upon what are allied the proprieties of life; but a sen** of duty has imj-eIK-1 ys to glance at one of the m«*t valuable peruliaritieK of Holloway's remedies, and we feel as sured our motives will be appreciated.— N. Y. Sunday Times. for flic Afflicted.—lx another \ art of tliis paper wifi be found the advertisement of the celebrated Institute established by Dr. J. C. Yming.in 1860. In tbisage of deceit and charlatanism it is a boon to the suffering to point out to diem where they are sure of obtaining the wish ed for relief and cure. Under the care of the skillful Doctor the sick and troubled can divest themselves of their burdens of pain and shame. lay aside their cross, and secure health and happiness. If you are sick or in trouble, do not hesi tate. Head the advertisement and follow the advice. Donut forget the number iru- the manner of directing v<mr letter. CONSULTATION OFFICE, 540 Washington street. San Fran cisco. 41.3m.Nn. RANTZAU & SHAW, (Successors to Ilinehman&Co.,) FORWARDING COMMISSION MERCHANTS! RED BLUFF, CAL. MS. mt tsiSSSie A \VK INVITE THE AT tentiou of Shippers lo our Xm, Fire-Proof tOBULE - STONE WAREHOUSE, Being lilt* most commodious and thoroughly safe Storehouse in Northern California. Having pur chased of Hiuchman i Co. their business, and received flic personal assurance (from the prin cipal shippers With the old firm) of a continii ance of their favors with ns, we w ill by prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted lo our care, merit vonr approval and good will. Red Bluff, March 2C, 1806. 12.t0. POLL PAX. ■VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN A\ Poll Tax for the year IBGG—’G7 THAT THE was due nod payable on the first Monday of March, and the statute providing for its collection will be rigid ly enforced. This Poll Tax is If paid prior lo the first Monday in August, and on and after that date, and is doe from “ each male inhabitant of the Stale over twenty-one and under sixty years of age and no not bv law ex empt.” F. WALTER, CollecK r. By E. Neblktt, Deputy. 14.3 w. E. L. STRAUSS, (Successor to Wm. Baehr,) Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler. MAIX STIICLT. ADJOINING TELEGRAPH 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. Wcavcrvillc, July 15, 18C5. 27.t0. P COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. ■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, in pnr iN suancc of the statute in such case made and provided, I will, either in person or by deputy, accompany the Assessor in the performance of liis duties throughout the county. The taxesup on all movable Personal Property for the fiscal year of 18GC-’G7 will be due as soon as the same lias been assessed by the county Assessor of Trinity county, and the collection of the same will be immediately enforced. T. WALTER, Tax Collector Trinity couj.ly. By E. Neblktt, Deputy. Weayervijle, April J.BCC. 14. if. Removal I HENRY MOCKER HAS REMOVED TO THE Eder Brick Building, WEST SIDE MAIN STREET, Where be will be happy to see bis friends and customers. Always on hand a choice assortment of ; WINES, LIQUORS, GROCERIES, Native California Wines and Brandies* 41. IN’ PARTICULAR. tOi ELEtTIOY OF OFFICERS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the Stockholders of the Weaverville and Shasta Wagon Road Company will be held at the office of the Company, in Weaverville, on Monday, May 7th, 1800, for the election of five Directors and Company officers for the coming year. By order of tbo Board of Directors. D. E. GORDON, B*o’y. Weaverville, April 8, 1868. IS.to.