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WEEKLY TRINITY JOURNAL.
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Letter from Owjbtt.
Below we give the more interesting portion of
a frtter received-from diaries D. Warren, for
tnerly of Weaverville, dated
Wm Evil Mocatux. Idaho Ter. March 31. I s *®-
Fdisnu Gosbon ;—This country is »t present
enveloped in snow from one to twentv feet deep,
or at least the mountain nr mining portion of it.
lint the approach of Spring enlivens business,
althc/ngb we hare had a perpetual storm for the
past ten days. Miners arc beginning to prepare
■for work, and those who left last Fall to spend
the winter in the more genial climate of Califor
nia. are returning. Hundreds are preparing to
prospect new quart* ledges ; work has been go
ing in some ledges all winter, in some instances
w'iib tolerable success. Ledges in this District
«re verr rich, hut smill comparer! wirh ihwe of
Nevada'. All the country south of here, and be
tween the Owyhee and Humboldt rivers, is yet
unprospeeted on account of hostile Indians.—
Depredations in that section are getting to he of
daily occurrence agiin. The red devils will mur
der and kill stock as long as the present trifling
military rule prevails. There is a report that
Governor Lyons is about to make a treaty with
them, which I take it means to feed anil clothe
them, and leave them in good trim to prey on
the Spring immigration. This country, so far as
developed, lields gold, silver, quicksilver, tin
ami what resembles diamonds, though whether
they are genuine or not has not been proved.
New York capitalists are investing largely in
the mines here, and will soon own .a great por
tion of them. There are already ten quartz mills
already in runn.ng order, and I think there will
tie as many more by next Full. Those who have
interests here are going to work with a fixed de
termination, and treat the existence of rich mines
here ns a reality. Onr population lack science in
mining and practical knowledge to a great ex
tent. This is the most serious drawback.
Wc have bad what is called a mild winter in
this latitude, but it lias been rougher Ilian any
thing I ever experience,] in old Trinity, nllhongl
there Inis been hut little sicklier and lew deaths
A large immigration is expected within the next
three months. There is much contention n? to
which is the most feasible route for business
with this Territory, bin the preference is almost
universally in favor of the one starting from Chi
co, on the Sacramento, because it is the nearest,
anil the best natural thoroughfare yet opened.
All the obi Trinity boys are enjoying goo I
health. Judge Miller is here, doing well. —-
James Howe is knocking about, rich in feet. —
Fred. IVnhnkc is in Flint District. south of liere.
and I think has a good claim, our humble
servant thinks hr It is a good thing: the only
annoyance he lias is the f' t tit it his partner is
a constant reader of the Marysville Express. —
[That's sufficient, we should think.)
A Dissenting UriM' N —.l. A. Heed, M. D., nt
Baltimore, has published a cviiwnnnication in
which he states that the eating of pork has no
thing whatever to do with the disease known as
trichina. He says I boldly assert tint tri
china never ditl iiml never will destroy human
life ; that they have in all probability ex sted in
the human fl -sh always,certainly for the last hall
century: and I think it a fair deduction, taking
it (for I lie fake of I lie argument) as granted that
we may receive them through ihe instrumentali
ty of the hog, that they are not more dangerous
to lif* on that account. Ituf the idea that we
receive them thus, j- simply ridiculous. We are
not cannibals: we .do not eat raw meal of any
description.und the application of a cnokinghc.it
is certain death to all living animals ; besides,
the sailing and smoking of pork into hacoo is
sore destruction to them. They do not inhabit
the muscle of the hog more than tli.it of any oth
er animal, or of man himself. I defy any one to
prove, by I lie record of the last thirty-five years.
Hint a solitary death has been caused, beyond
donbt, by the presence of the trichina. I assort
that the charges made against these innocent
worms is without the shadow of foundation in
fact, and I would advise the community, if they
desire to eat pork, to .in so, provided they do not
cat it r nv or tainted.''
A Vxi.c able I’rsce.—ln the course of a letter,
highly eulogistic of a patent beer pump, a brew
er writes the following, which may be very good
for the pump, but not so good for the beer :
“What we regard, however, as the most extra
ordinary feature is the impunity with w hich sed
iment, such ns coarse meal, bag strings anil rats
come through the pipe, in quantities sufficient to
totally obstruct any other pump we ever saw.—
This last quality perfectly astonishes all who wit
ness the operation. Wc, therefore, cheerfully
recommend your pump to nil distillers." B “er
drinkers, ns well as pump-makers, are interested
in this recommendation.
The i lea that the Chinese work only Hie poor
est diggings, such as while men will not touch,
is exploding. The Johns have seized upon some
of Hie richest mines in the Slate, and, keeping
their good luck a secret, make fortunes, each of
which would in 1849 have been called a “ pile."
—Sacramento Bee.
That’s a fact, however distasteful it may bo.—
Pome of the best paying claims in this county are
owned by Chinamen. If they can't find them
they buy, and work them with a persistence wor
thy of white men. _____
Impobiant Bt non aboct Übiquam Vocxo.—
The Virginia City Union professes to have got
information that is unquestionably “ authorita
tive!," that it is the intention of the great high
priest of the Mormons at Sait Lake City to throw
himself under the protection of Gen. Connor, on
the return of that officer from Washington, and
In case lie does n great commotion wifi he kick
,cd up in the city of the Saints that will be sec
ond only to our late internal rebellion.
“ Woman s Work is Neves Dqd*," is a say
ing of the past. Woiuki's —or nt least
tjjat portion of it mosf dreaded and continual —
hersewing—is now speedily and beautifully done
,hy the aid of the ,t Baker Sewing Ma
chine, which, whilatuftsseus the labor, adds to
the excellence of tiff sewing by the strength,
elasticity and durability of the work. The em
broidery and braiding of ibis Machine are won
derful and elegant features.
A Yankee Thick.—Some of the Yankees are
(till at their old tricks. In New Brunswick, the
authorities recently sought to encourige bear
kiiling. by offering $3 premium for each bear
that was killed, the proof to he the production
of the snout. The large number of snouts pre
sented, chiefiv by Indians. led to an investigation
when it was discovered that the Yankees over in
Maine manufactured them of Indti rubber and
sold them t i the Indians at 59 cents a niece.
Holloway's Pills— Ucastbcm*.— When over
flow of bile occurs and tliefuneliohs of the stom
ach become deranged, a burning sensation is felt
in the region of the stomach, and is properly
termed heartburn. Holloway's Pills, by their
immediate action on the liver, purify its secre
tion*, cleanse the solvent fluids, and expel all
acrid, irritating matter from the stomach. Sold
by all Druggists.
Th« wife of an Italian, whose name we did not
learn, died at Indian Creek last week,of dropsy.
THE LATEST STYLE
o r
J HATS AND CAPS H
mat be iud it all times or
POIRIER & LANSING,
37 .T STREET,
SACRAMENTO.
AI.B O , A
FINE ASSORTMENT OF PURS
FOR
Ladies’ and Childrens’ Wear.
I&jy- The highest price paid for SHIPPIXG
Fl’ltS of good qmilitv by
POIRIER & LANSING,
(Lainott's oid Stand.)
Sacramento, December 25, 1865. 51. l v.
$lOO Reward
fjr For an Incurable Cum!
Special attention l»# respectfully di
rccted to our exclusive manufacture of
the celebrated Gulden Balsam, a prepara
tion never known to fail in the cure of Syphi
lis. in ail it* stage*, and used in the French Hos
pital* f>r the last tea year* with the greatest succe**.
Fur obtintto reasons. we cannot poblL-h tlie testi menials of
the tie usunds who have la-en cqred by it, but in the lu
numerable raaoe’in which it ha* been administered, we
have yet t-» learn an instance of it* failure. G >LDEN
BALSAM. No. 1. f.»r first and second stage*, such as sores
< n the legs or b'-nly. * »re eyes, etc. Golden Balsam. No. 2.
f-»r Tertiary. Mercurial or Syphaletic Kheiimatisrn. pains in
the b mes, etc. Sent by express to any part of the Pacific
Coast. Price. Fifty Dollars j»er dozen, or Five Dollars per
b -ttlc.
C. F. RICHARDS &, CO.,
Wholesale and Detail Druggist* and Chemist*, corner Clay
and *rreels, Ban Francisco, sole agents, to
whom all orders must bo addressed. Also, agents
f-r the celebrated Spanish Antidote, a prepura
tion warranted fo euro Gmirrhcca, Gleet,
Irritation. Gravel, and all Urinary de
rangements. Neither of the above
genuine without our slgmv
ture across the face of the
15. label. ly.
FM)HE\CE
SEWING MACHINES!
c )PY OF Tin: RKP MIT OF TIIK COMMITTEE OF
AW\III)8 AT THE FAIR OF THE
A3IERICAN INSTITUTE,
New York, IHGS.
To the FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE 00.
Fir. Tin: best family skuixo machine.
HIGHEST PREMIUM! GOLD MEDAL I
1 —lts simplicity and great range of work.
2 The Reversible Feed Motion.
3- The perfect finish and substantial manner
in which the Machine is made.
4 The rapidity of its working and the qual
ity ot‘lhe work done.
5- Self-adjusting Tension.
the Fi.oßtxcE " ir.r.v a WAnnED t'.e pikst
a.\i> ihhhest r.iEMn m .1 r the state eaie
Of r tEIEOE.yiA. THE OXL V EAIE O.V THE J’A
CIEIC COAST AT WHICH AVI TWO HUCHI.E
IVHUM> SEWIXO MACHIXES WEHL EXUhiIT-
Lh IX COMI'KTJTIOX IX IS 5.
Tim FLORENCE received ilic only pre
in in in awarded by I lie Mechanics’ Institute, ol
S in Francisco, iu 1804 and IHOS, to any Sewing
Machine, Sewing Machine Co., or agent. The
claim of a competitor to a medal is without an\
foundation whatever.
Wherever the FLORENCE has been bro’t
in competition with oilier Sewing Machines, it
lias always been declared tlie best. It is tile
most simple, the most substantial, tbe most elli
eient. and ils use is easily learned. Every M.i
eliine sold is guaranteed ill the lull sense of the
word. 'Stud for cirtulara and aamplta of work.
SAMUEL HILL, General Agent,
111 Montgomery street,
12,t00. SAN FRANCISCO.
SHERIFF’S SALE
UNDER FORECI.OSI UE OF MOKTGARE.
BV VIRTI'E OF A DECREE OF FORECLOS
nre of mortgage and order of sale, duly made
in and issued to me of dale the Kllb of April,
1866, out of the District Court of the Ninth Ju
dicial Dislricl. in mid for tlie county of Trinity
and Stale of California, in I nor of A. R. Chase,
and against John Christie I am commanded to
sell the property in said decree and order of sale
described, to satisfy the judgment therein men
tioned, for $3,459 07, and interest tberron at 1J
per cent per month from tlie said 10th ol April,
1800. Also, the sum of Eighty-Three Dollars
and Foriy Cents, costs of suit, as also all accru
ing costs.
Notice is therefore hereby given that on
Monday, the 7th day of May,
A. T>.. 1800, between the hours of 10 o’clock, a.
m. and 4 o’clock, p. m. of that day, at the Court
House door, in said county, I will expose fit pub
lic sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the real
estate hereinafter described, or so much thereof
as may lie necessary to satisfy said judgment, in
terest, costs .and .accruing interest find costs. —
Said property is described as follows, to wit :
• 4 All tlint certain piece or parcel of land, sit
' uate lying and being in the county of Trinity
and State of California, about 2A miles north of
Trinity Center, known ns the ‘ Buckeye’ Ranch,
and described as follows, to wit : Situate on the
west bank of Trinity river, commencing nt a
large pine tree on the said we«t hank, thence run
ning north one mile up said river to a stake.
I marked * B, said stake being about fifteen roils
west of the west hink of the river, thence run
ning westerly eighty rods to a stake marked 1 A,'
thence south parallel with the eastern line of the
claim one mile to a stake marked * D.’ thence
cast at right angles with the last drawn line and
parallel with the northern line of this claim to
the first named tree, the place of beginning,” to
gether with all and singular the tenements, here
ditaments and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing <>r in any wise apportioning. includingdwelJ
ing house, barns, saw mill, water rights, 4c.—
Dated April 13, 18GG. JAMKS COCHRAN,
14.4 i. Sheriff Trinity Co.
SPECIAL SCHOOL TAX.
VTOTICE IS lIERERY GIVEN' that tin election
\ will be held :il Gilzeaa.'s Hotel, Canon City.
on Saturday, May 3(l>,
A. D. 1366. when a proposition will be submit
ted to the qualified electors of School District
No 9. Trinitv county, whether a special tux of
Tlirec Hundred ($300) Dollars shall Ik? assessed
iv-ainst property in said District for Ilia purpose
of building a School House. Polls will be open
ed at 8 o'clock, a. M. amt remain open until sun
set. JAS OH.ZEAN, |
E. FLOWERS, v Trustees.
G. W. TODD, j
Canon City. Apr,! 20. 1866. 15. 8 w.
JOSEPH CRAIG, •
GUNSMITH!
Adjoining Mountain Market, Court Street,
RIFLES AND SHOT GUNS
Made to order, and alt kinds of repairing done
at short notice and low rates.
Weaverrillc, Dec. 1, 1863. *B.
WEAVES VILLE.
DRUG STORE.
M. Oberdeener,
(Successor to M. P. Griffin,)
DEALER IS- *
Drugs, Medicines,
PATENT MEDICINES,
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, Etc.
AVISO PURCHASED THE ENTIRE STOCK
contained in the above establishment, I
&
shall henceforth keep
a full and complete as
sortment of i'll articles
usually found in a well
—> regulated Drug Store.
Physicians’
Prmcrlpl lon«
Will be carefully and
properly compounded AT ALL HOURS.
Traders Supplied on Liberal Terms.
THE
Weavcrville Book Store
has al*o been combined with the establishment,
*«d a well-selected stock of
BLANK BOOKS, WRITING PAPER
Stationery, Cutlery, Gold Pen*,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
FANCY ARTICLES. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
VIOLIN STRINGS. Etc.. will Lc kept.
ALSO,
School, Standard and Miscellaneous Books,
Newspapers, Magazines, etc.,
Wll IESALK AS»> v. El AIL.
Weavcrville, March 15, 1860. 10.tf.
COUNTY REDEMPTION FUND.
Office Tkkasuheii Tkimty Co., \
Weavcrville, April 7, 1800. )
N'OTICE LSyIIEKEBV GIVEN that ill accord
ance with the provisions of an Act of Leg
islature creating a Redemption Fund for Trinity
county, sealed proposals for the surrender ol
county Warrants will be received at the office of
the undersigned, in Weavcrville, up to the last
day of the May session of the Board of Super
visors.
Cfey—Each Warrant proposed to be surrender
ed must accompany' the bid, and no bids will be
received fur more than the par value of the War
rants offered. JOSEPH GRAIG,
Lt.isb. County Treasurer.
AGENCY NOTICE.
N’OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE
appointed John C. Mason my lawful attor
ney. and that he is authorized to transact all
business in mv name during tnv absence from the
State. ' A. 11. MARSHALL.
Douglas City, April 10, ISG6. -14. if.
f visional (Sards.
JOHN . BURCH,
Jtllorntfj at Law
OFFICE, * • * ECGECOMB'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
NO. 1, SECOND : T UV.
Weavcrville, Oct. 1, ISOB. 38.tf.
JOHN MURPHY,
COUNTY JUDGE.
OFFICE,
Uucktr't Ui,tilling, Cnurt Strut, {tip ttairt,
24. WEAVE UVILLE . vB.
WILLIAMS & FELTEK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
.OFFICE,
MAIN STREET, EAST SIDE. TWO DOORS FROM CORNER,
41. (old tlllueu’li ornc.L) tit.
" EGBERT F. ALLEN,
District Attorney
—AND—
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE IN THE
NEW COURT HOUSE-up stairs.
Civil suits and law business of whatever na
ture. attended to promptly. 51.td.
DR. WH. WILSON,
County PliyslOinn.
OFFICE—MAIN STREET. WEAVERVILLE.
OPPOSITE McCAIN A CO.'S STORE.
*»R«ll>r.xrE ;
45. Taylor street— latp resilience of 11. Grcenhootl. 10.
11. 91. CIIAUNCEY, 91. D.
—OFFICE AT IHS—
RESIDENCE,
COURT STREET.
Weavcrville, Oct. 1, 1863. 38.td.
“ DiU TODD,
Physician, Surgeon and Accouchor.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, —
Court Street, Weavervtlle.
Jjpjr Immediate attention paid to all calls from
a distance — day or sight. The poor attended
gratuitously. 17.t0.
*S- FRENCH AND GERMAN SPOKEN. Tfcft
DR. J. C. MONTAGUE,
Physician and Surgeon.
OFFICE AT THE
Flihrr Home, • Junction lly.
Junction City, March 1, 1865. B.3m*.
DR. 0. J- GATES,
JSargcou and Mechanical Demist.
OFFICE , -
Hocker’a Building, Second Story.
ear iia ving returned to Weavcrville to locate,
lie ie now prepared to perform, skillfully, nil op
crationsin hi? profession. ARTIFICIAL TEEtH
inserted iu Gold, Silver and Vulcanite. 15.
ED\VARD P. LOVEJOY,
JCSTICB OB TUB PEACE.
—OFFICE, —
ADJOINING UNION HOTEL,
(lately occupied by Justice Burns.)
DEED* DRAWN AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TAKEN.
4C—rtO—to.
A. R. EARL,
Rotary Public and Conveyancer.
Office, • at Kclton A Kellogg * Store.
DOUGLAS CITY.
draws, mad acknowledgments ta
ken. • M.tf.
jab. s McCain. i p, mccxcrb.
Saa Frandico. | WtaTcrnlle.
J. S. McCain & Co.
;
WnoIMAL* ASD RIT.ML DKALSftS IX
DRY*GOODS AND CLOTHING,
CROCKERY,
Hardware, Paints
and oils, groceries
Wines and Liquors,
Cotton Dnrka anti Twines, from C to 10-0,
Rubber Coats, Pants and Boots,
Ofkolsk Codfish, Mackml. Salmon
CHOICE TEAS,
Chinese unci Jupaucioc,
r
PICKLED PORK, BA
con, Homs, Glassware,
Pm per Ilmjorrnfrs and
I 4 f 1 *
V-LL- raps . ,
y Border,-, Win,!. Glass.
» Linseed, Sperm and
Coal Oils. Wheat. Bar
lev and Oats, Sporting
and BLASTING POWDER,
And n general and well-selected assortment of
Choice Family Groceries.
GOODS DELIVERED
Without Charge!
Weavervillc, Jan. id, 13G0. I.to.
a..:
iLTIX
BIG FLAT, TRINITY RIVER,
dealer In
Pry - Groocls,
GROCERIES, LIQUORS,
PROVISIONS, CROCKERY,
MINING TOOLS,
uu<l Gcnertil Mercltantlisc Z
coops SOU) AS
ft®" - Cheap as the Cheapest, for Cash, *’©B
AVI) WITHOUT CIIAUGK
Delivered nl PitrcXinucr** llffldrncc.
tfcOT Just received, an invoice of
Henry’s Sixteen • Shooter Rifles!
Samples of which may he seen at
COMSTOCK i MARTIN'S, Weavervillc.
Pig Flat, Sept. 23. MM. 37.1,1.
INDUSTRIAL FA IR !
NXeoliuiiifK’ In.stitulo.
Hep rt or tub Committl-k « f Awards < x CiT. For.vii 13c.w
niES. I*t vciies. Cordials and Itnrm—held Septsmuer
2Stii, ISC I.
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED TO SQUARZA FOR PUNCHES!
FIRST PREMIUM FOR CORDIALS!
FIRST PREMIUM FOR BITTERS —iSan»rx«'« llyglrn-
Ic lilltera.)
rpilK COMMITTEE THINK THIS A- FIT OC
f casion not only to award to true merit, and
Stamp with verily an article (or article.) "worthy
of public confidence and patronage, but a!.,0 to
put their seal of condemnation upon villainous
compounds, base imitations and worthier* counter
feits, which resemble the genuine only in their
names. The Committee’ after careful examina
tion of the
SQUARZA’S PUNCHES,
• CORD IA LS 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
relv 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 o.io, and
the condemnation of the other.
Respectfully submitted,
I)p,. I. HOW KM,. Pr-.f. of Chomiitrv,
I) u b. .1. C/.AI'KAV,
10.3 m. FKANCIS C. BKLDEN', Committee.
PACIFIC
INSURANCE COMPANY!
436 CALIFORNIA STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO,
XNSURANCC AGAIN? F LOS? OR DAMAGE BY FIRE,
on Bnihlintr*. Mcrchnnli-o. Ware* an 1 other Personal
Proper! a*. Tin* person a 1 liability of Stockholders under the
law of this State recognized.
Capital, - $750,000.
LOSSES PAID IN U. S. GOLD COIN.
DIRECTORS :
JONHTIIAN HUNT, President.
A* J. RALSTON, Secretary.
GREENHOOD & NEWBAUEE,
2.t0. Agents for Trinity county.
CLERK’S FEE^
IT IS A STANDING RULE
That all persons h a vino
transaction: with the undersigned must pay
the necessary
Fees in Advance
earih is rule will in no case be departed from.
A. J. LOOMIS, Clerk and Recorder.
Weavervillc. Aug. 1, IBGS. 30.t0.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
1
■ • i
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
sale or sent the property situated on the
Weavervifle and Shasta Wagon Road,
six miles from Grass Valley, known as
“ BUCKHORN STATION.”
It will be sold cheap, for cash, or rented on rea
sonable terms to a respbnsiblc tenant.
For particulars, terms, 4c., apply to John C.
Burch, Weavervillc, or to JOHN ARN.
Rush Creek, March 1, IS<36. B.to.
4E#~ The Trinity Jourutl coat, only ICtsro
Poll.ra a Y.ar. had H Home.
JSomtu
tt. Trinity ,I\>. ‘4 7, If J. JW.—Hold
their rpinilar communkatiorw nt Muonlr Hall. WinTerville,
OTBp:c* la-t Mok Uv of inch iu*mth. Hour of meeting. six
om'K. n. •«. JOHN' C. BURCH, Vi. M.
A. J. Loomis. Secretary. 47v8.
s«‘ Trinity Chapter, JSTo. 19, Royal »ireh ,W«-
nipot on the v • -jul an,l fourth Tuesday in each month,
at the Madonic Hall, Wcaverviilc.
47v8 A. J. LOOMIS, Secretary.
*i-A'orth Star 1.0d Z e. AV 01, i. O . ». F.,
hold* its regular meetings at Odd Fellows’ Hall, Wcarcrvillc.
on Thursday evening at 7 1 * oVl<vk. Member* of tho Order
from abroad arc cordially invited to attend.
GEO. \X. WARD. N O.
FRANK W. YOr\o. R. ?. 47v*
45* Stella Encampment, »>V. 12, /•
meets on the evenings "f the fir-t and third Tin ««lay of eat h
month, at 0,1,1 Fellows’ Hall. Wcaverviilc. at 7 o’clock. Pa
triarch* from abroad arc invited to visit ns.
J. M. EINFALT. C. P.
W. 11. DACITELDER, Scribe. 47v8.
£jr* C omet I.odg-e, S 4, /. O. Trinity
Center, holds it* regular meetings on Saturday cveniiijg, at
Odd Fellows’ Halt. JACOB FOUST. N. G.
E. It. SIKES. K. S. 47vS -
Good Tc mplars.— If m eaver Epdf** *Vo. 163,
meet* at it- Hall. Main street, ewiy Saturday evening at * ■£
o’clock Members ef the order in go«xl *fauding are cor»bal
lv invite,! to visit us. E. COHN ELL, M R F.
' C. W. C’l.vr , Vi. S. :;7 t - > ;
The iJermnn lioapttal Society of Trinity
county holds it* regular Ouanerly nieetinpi at the Uo-pit.il
building on the lirsl Sunday iu March. June, c, jitenibi r atul
December. H. OVEUMOIILK,
47 v 8 Secretary.
T/u Eentein Jtrolherhootl "f Trinity county
meets nt the Hall ol the Saint Patrick lieucv, lent Society,
\\ e ivorville.on the cccutid aud Fourth Sunday of each month.
g,j to. DAY ID FA lilt ELL, C. C.
H.
—WIIOI.ESALK AND DETAIL DEALER IN—
Groceries,
Provisions,
Liquors,
Clothing,
Hardware,
Crockery,
Cigars And Tobacco,
AND—
MINERS’ MERCHANDIZE,
lixclusivcly for Cash!
—AND AT —
CASH PRICES!
COMSTOCK & MARTIN’S BUILDING,
STAIN STREET,
WEAVERVILLE.
floods Delivered Free of Chartre !
Wcaverviilc, July 8, 1864. 20.2.
W. J. TI.VNIN.] - [JOIIX TV. OWENS.
Ji
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN’
GROCERIES, LIQUORS AMO PROVISIONS,
cRO c K !■; I. V-W A RF,. IT Anl) W A UK,
iron. STEEL. PAINTS, oils, varnishes.
WINDOW GLASS, WALL PAPER, QUICK
SILVER. BAR-ROOM. PARLOR AND
COOKING STOVES, TIN AND
SHEET-IRON WARE
Fire-Proof Biiildie.g, Main Slrcet.
Wcaverviilc, Jan. 1, ISOH. l.td.
PACIFIC BREWERY
(OLD STAND—MAIN STKIXT—WEAVERMLLE.)
LORENZ & IIAGLELIAN,
T ATE OF THE BAVAUIA BIvEWEHV, lIAV-
J-J ing purchased the entire interest of Waller
.V Co. in the above establishment, are prepared
to supply the public with a choice article oi
Pure Lager Peer,
111 KEGS OE BOTTLES.
JUji" Attention is called to the tact that we are
furnishing a superior article of Beer for Nt RH
INO PFRPOSES—so pronounced by those who
have used it. Orders left at the Brewery will bo
prompt!v- filled, and Beer delivered without ad
ditional charge. Also,
SODA and S ARSAPARILE A,
manufactured after the most improved processes.
HENRY LORENZ,
JOHN lIAGLEMAN.
Wcnvcrville, Get. 20. 1805. * 42.t0,
F. VOLLMER. 1 - - - i F - STIF.HLEN.
proprietors.
UNITED STATES BAKERY!
Court Street, WfQvervllle.
milE PROPRIETORS OF THIS OLD ESTAB-
I lished Bakery take this method of returning
thanks to the public for the liberal patronage
heretofore bestowed, and of paying that they
still hold forth at the old stand,
Opposite the Union Hold,
Where thev still furnish, and will deliver to cus
tomers every ’.norning, fresh
Bread, Cakes and Pies,
OK ANY DESIRED KIND.
RgS“ Balls. Wedding and other Parties, fur
ni-lied with plain or ornamented Cakes, at short
not i re and prices to suit the limes. Give ns a
acall ; VOLLMER 4 STIBRLEN.
Wcaverviilc, May 1, 1864. TTAo.
GREENHOOD & NEWBAUER,
BANKERS.
Highest Price paid for Gold Dust!
ADVANCES
Made on Gold Dust for Assay, or Coinage at
the D. S. Mint, and a
GEX ERA L BAXKIXG BUSIX ESS
transacted.
jgsa-We have one of the largest
FIRE-PROOF SAFES
In California, and are prepared to take SPE
CIAL DEPOSITS on reasonable terms.
Wcaverviilc. Dec. 1, 1863. 48.td.
UNION SHAVING SALOON
AND
33atli Rooms.
.in street. - - -* AVe.ver-rllle,
ADJOINING Jl-NKASS HARDWARE STORE.
•ot, Cold and Shower Baths,
at all hours I
10. to. CHAS. HARTMANN, Proprietor.
hTj. HOWE,
Attorney at Law.
—omen — •
-MACNOLIi BUILDING," (CP STAHLS,)
Ham street, - * r • wummw
CALIFORNIA
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY!
a
THE STEAMER
VICTOR!
O. T. PAGE, - - * MASTER,
Will leave Red Bluff tor Sacramento every
TUESDAY!
AI G O’CLOCK, A. Uh
And leave Sacramento for Bed Bluff every .
SATURDAY!
PASSAGE, TEN DOLLAES.
tip For freight or passage apply on board, or to
J C. ANDRUS, Agent.
Red Bluff, December 13, ISCS. 40.td.
ATTENTION! EVERYBODY!
AND ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO WISH TO KNOW
WHERE THEY CAN BUY THEIR
Groceries and Provisions
THE CHEAPEST!
Mali & Marshall.
(Successor* to 4# Martin,)
-DEALERS IX
MINING TOOLS,
GrUOCE H I E S ,
LIQUORS, CIGARS,
Hardware, Crockery, Drugs,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Clotlxing I
—AND ALL ARTICLES OF
GEXEUAL MKRtIUXDIZi:
required in a mountain community, rc.-peetfuliy
nnuouncc lo the citizens of
Douglas City and noiglihoriim poims
that they Imre just received the largest
and best assorted supply ever
offered there, and will sell
AS CHEAP AS ANYBODY !
—so cheap as to make it an object to all
to pay CASH for their supplies.
Examine our stock, and be satisfied that
we mean and will do what we promise in this an*
noanccmcnt. .ELISHA HALE,
A. 11. MARSHALL.
Douglas City, December 1, IHC.i. 47.t0.
I
\T/v
m.
*a
-TO
SPEM) MOAEY TO ADVANTAGE!
A. HEALEY,
Exchange Building, Main Street,
ia«lJoiiiinf£ Miner*' Hotel,)
HAS JUST RECEIVED :
FINE HAVANA CIGARS!
TWENTY BRANDS OF
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO!
Holiday Confeclionrry!
IN GREAT VARIETY,
Shelf Groceries, Wines, Fruits, Nats,
Ktc., Etc. FRESH EGGS always on hand.
fjQp* Orders from the country promptly filled,
nnd all Goods sold at the lowest market prices.
Try me, and see ! A. lIKALEV.
Weavcrville, Dec. 8, 1865. 48. t0.
NORTH FORK BREWERY!
MECKEL BEOTHESS, Proprietcr*.
milß PROPRIETORS ANNOUNCE TO THE
JL citizens of Trinity, Klamath and Hunihol.it
that their Brewery is in successful operation, and
that they intend to famish customers with as.
good an article of
T.vVCL LTII 13 TD ID 13,
as can bo had North of San Francis ;o. Order*
respectfully solicited.
North Fork, July 7, 13C3. 2G,td.
HENRY JUNK A NS,
iiocker’s iuir,ni?cc,
—MAIN STREET. WEAVERVILLF., VT.KLr.iI IX—
STOVES, SHEET IRON, TIN-WARE,
L AMPS,
All sir.cs and patterns, and every article usually
kept in similar establishments. AH orders for
work attended to promptly, and sat.-fudio i guar
anteed. Iv9.td.
HENRY OVERMQHLE,
—DKALEII JN
HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCOS,
FANCY GROCERIES. TOYS, CUTLERY.
Genuine California Meerschaum Pipes,
playing cards, confectionery.
rat’lTS, FANCY ARTICLES, 4C.
Howe’s Brick Building, Main Street,
X. (west side,) weavervills. 11.
NOTICE OF SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES NO
tice that he has sold and transferred to M.
Oberdeencr his entire interest in the stock con
tained in the Weavervitle Drug Store, together
with the good will of the establishment. In re
turning thanks to the public for the liberal pa
tronage heretofore bestowed, he would cordially
solicit a continuance of the same for his succes
sor. AH persons indebted to me are requested
to make immediate payment. M.F. GRIFFIN.
Weavcrville, March 8, 18C6. B,to.
WOLF OBERDEENER,
DEALER IN*
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Fruits, > T uts, Pipes,
CONFECTIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Etc.,
MAIN STREET, WEAVE RVILLZ,
Ift- f&rrwsey wrw iomi Born khv v I W.

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