WEEKLY TRINITY JOURNAL.
BEGEIPTB FOB SUBSCBIPTIOH
FOR THI WUK ODI9O MAT lItN.
P. Scheffer, RutleaiMke, - $5 <»
J. M. Creeawell, Lewiston - J
B Banmtrartner, Canon City, -
CW. Day, do do J
A. Hunt do do •
John Jonea, do do - *
E. Flowers. do do - *
OusUv Thede, do do * J
Wm. Tesh do do -•••••;; J
C. W.Twambly, (paper sen? Kennebnnk Port. Me.,) a
Henry Pollir, (paper *ent Central N. * .-> &
M L. Knowllon. (paper aent Rome, X. \ ~) 6
W, Mathews. Junction City, "
8. Noble. Ne»r Hirer, a
8. K. Short, Lewiston J
Geo. M. Grover. Junction City o
Geo. P. Chapman. Arkansas Dam, - 5
Wm. Lnlo. Arkansas Dam ~ 5
Played Oct. —Tom Florence, the barefaced
and cowardly braggart who edits the Xational
Union , the President's Washington organ, gare
yen* to his feelings in an editorial on Congress
on the 2d of May, which closed in the following
threatening and fool-hardy style :
“ Those men had better beware. They are not
a loyal Congress, but an unconstitutional body
of usurpers. The country feels that the great
error of the President was in recognizing them
at all in their self-important, rump condition.
A little Cromwellistn is just the thing needed
now, and there are two hundred thousand Dem
ocrats North who would back that kind of pluck
with good relish.”
“Two hundred thousand Democrats!” Yes,
we remember that about that number of cow
ardly lip-servants of the rebellion were counted
on by the Southern rebels when they took up
arms against the Government five years ago.
But how many of these valient fellows took a
hand. Not one in a thousand, certainly. They
not only deserted their friends when actual dan
ger came, but “ skedaddled ” from the homes
of their childhood to avoid Federal drafts. The
madman of the Xational Union should remember
that these Northern doughfaces are not to be
depended on when there is fighting to be done.
The only service which they can be looked to for
is robbing border banks and plundering border
trade from the Canada side, and occasionally
one is found with courage enough to fire North
ern hotels and places of amusement. That’s the
mode by which these "Democrats North” pre
fer to destroy life.
Willing to Revive the Democratic Party.—
Senator Sherman told this good thing in his
speech at Bridgeport, Connecticut, recently : —A
modern Democrat came to a distinguished Dem
ocrat of the State of Ohio (Governor Tod) last
fall, after the war had ended, and said : “ Now,
my friend, you supported Lincoln all through
the war; now the war is over; you have had
everything your own way; and now suppose we
stare again the old Democratic party.' “Well,”
said the old Ohio Democrat, " I don't know but
that would be a good thing ; I like the Demo
cratic party ; f was raised in it, and stuck to it
until it deserted the country and went over to
the rebels. I don't know but it would be a good
thing to revive and purify the old party ; but I
would not do it just yet.” “Ah,” said his
friend, “when would you do it, then ?” “My
friend.” said the Ohio Democrat, “when the
Union party shall have discharged in full all the
obligations it has assumed during the war; when
it shall have paid all the pensions that arc due to
the widows of soldiers ; when it shall have paid
every dollar of the national debt incurred during
the war ; when it shall have punished all the
rebels ; when, in short, it shall have accomplish
ed all that it has promised to do, then I am will
ing that the old Democratic party should be re
vived. lam not willing to trust the Democratic
party to perform obligations that they opposed in
their contracting. 1 prefer to ece it done myself
—to pay my own debts myself.”
Grand Lodge of Don Fellows.—The follow
ing officers of the U. W. Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F.,
of California, were elected on the 4th instant:—
1. N. Randolph, of Sutter Creek, M, W. Grand
Master ; Chas. N. Foe, of Rndwnod City. R. W.
Deputy Grand Master ; C. S. Haswell, of Nico
laus. R. W. (Jrand Warden ; T. Rodgers Johnson,
of San Francisco, U. W. Grand Secretary; Martin
Heller, of San Francisco. R. W. Grand Treasu
rer; Rev. Wm. 11. Hill, of Sacramento, and Wm.
Allen, of San Francisco, Grand Representatives
to the Grand Lodge of the United States ; J. A.
McClelland, of San Francisco, A. A. Sargent, of
Nevada City, and John Q. Piper, of San Fran
cisco, Trustees. The next session of the Grand
Lodge of California, I. 0. O. F., will he held in
Stockton, on the first Tuesday of May, 18G7.
The report of the Grand Master shows that there
are 7,489 affiliated members of the Order in
California, divided amongst 122 Lodges. During
the past year over 900 persons have been initia
ted. The Order owns forty halls in the State,
valued at $292,795, and other property to the
value of nearly half a million of dollars, ex
clusive of funds on hand.
Most or ot'R Lady readers are, no doubt,
aware of the fact that the beautiful embroidery
on cloaks and dresses so fashionable, can only
he executed on the Otovet k Baker Sewing Ma
chine. This machine, always a favorite in the
family, has now become indispensable. Unlike
other machines, it is e*er ready to perform, in
the most perfect manner, every kind of plain or
ornamental sewing that may be required : and
we arc not surprised to find it carrying off the
highest premiums at the different State fairs now
being held throughoutthe country. —Le Bon Ton.
Water Project. —ln Yreka it is proposed to
form a company in San Francisco with a capital
of $200,000, for the purpose of building a flume
to carry water from Shasta river to \ reka. It is
estimated that this enterprise would pay largely.
This item will remind our people that a ditch
from Stuart s Fork to the Weaverville Basin
would supply hundreds of acres of diggings
which would pay largely, and would not cost
half the money required to complete the above
Holloway's Pills and Ointment—Neuralgia.
—Tic Douloureux. Thedoctrine that quinine and
.carbonate of iron were the only remedies for tic
douloureux and nervous disorders, is now ex
ploded. Holloway's Ointment will procure the
speediest alleviation of pain, and a few applica
tions suffice for a permanent cure. Thousands
who have experienced a radical benefit from its
me are prepared to vouch for the correctness of
this statement. In gout, rheumatism, lumbago
and sciataca, it is equally efficacious. Sold by
Now and Then. —The Hartford Timet , always
a Democratic newspaper, now hurrahs for “ Mo
ses ” Johnson. A year ago the same paper said
of him Ur. Hamlin, ex-Vice President, has
Soever been regarded as above the most ordinary
range of men— a small-minded and very (sic) me
diocre man, indeed. But he ip suddenly made
to «hinc like a very angel of light in the contrast
y,. presents with the drunken and beastly dema
gegue who succeeds him.
Dead.— R. J. Walsh, one of the early settlers
of Shrsla, died at his residence. Monroeville,Co
lusa county, on the 30th of April, at the age of
45 j ears. Mr. Walsh was one of the leading
farmers and stock-growers of that county, and
bad accumulated great wealth.
According to the last census of London there
are more Scotchmen there than in Edinburg,
more Irishmen than in Dublin, and more Jews
than in Palestine.
Tbi statement of .the National debt made May
Ist shows a reduction of $15,956,674.
I Karsky i Co.
MAIN ST., (ADJOINING THE DREG STORE,)
HAVE RECEIVED AN ELEGANT STOCK OF
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS,
NEW STYLES DRESS GOODS,
t DET-QOODS, OLOTHIHG,
BOOTS and SHOES,
Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Cloths and Cassimcrcs,
OIL CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS,
—nod the best Assortment of—
GENTS’ FTTBNISHING GOODS
to be found in the mountains,
jjgy All we ask is that the public will
Examine and Price our Goods
Weavcrvillo, April 25, 18G6. IC.to.
BIG FLAT, TRINITY RIVER,
Dry - Groods,
and General Merchandise !
GOODS SOLD AS
Stir Cheap as the Cheapest, for Cash,
AND WITHOUT CHARGE
at Purchaser's Residence.
ter Just received, an invoice of
Ilcnrv’s Sixteen • Shooter Rifles!
Samples of which may be seen at
COMSTOCK & .MARTIN’S, Weaverville.
Blr Flat, Sept, 23. 1865. ST.td.
CANON CITY STORE!
BROOKS & KELLOGG,
(SUCCESSORS TO JOS. DERI NETT.)
ARE NOW RECEIVING, AND WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY
OX HAND A LARGE A XT) SELECT STOCK OF
CLOTHING, MINING TOOLS,
Ctochmj, *kvtUvavc, Qxwp,
JgjjfHaving permanently established ourselves
at the above point, we desire to say to the peo
ple of that section that as we buy our Goods in
San Francisco, and deliver them with our own
Will not be Undersold.
The most liberal inducements will be 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, 18GC. 15.t0.
BARTLETT & CO M
Fire - Proof Warehouse, Main Street,
Red 13 luff.
IN RESUMING THE FORWARDING Busi
ness, wc beg leave to offer our thanks for the
very liberal patronage formerly bestowed on the
late firm of Hincbman & Bartlett, and, promising
the same prompt and faithful att’ ntion to busi
ness entrusted to our care, that characterized the
business transactions of the lute firm, we respect
fully ask a share of public patronage.
Jas. S. McCain & Co., Weaverville.
Red Bluff, April 12, 1866. 14.t0.
XIAS REMOVED TO THE
Eder Brick Building,
WEST SIDE MAIN STREET,
Where be will be happy to sec his friends and
customers. Always on hand a choice
WINES, LIQUORS, GROCERIES,
Native California Wines and Brandies,
41. IV PARTICULAR. to.
IT IS A STANDING EULE
That all persons having
transactions with the undersigned must pay
Fees in Advance
rule will in no case be departed from.
A. J. LOOMIS. Clerk and Recorder.
Weaverville, Aug. 1, 1865. 30.L0.
ArCREENEBAUM Sl CO.,
—KEEP COXBTAXTLT OX HAND—
GROCERIES, CLOTHING, DRY - GOODS,
Bools and Shoes,
And every variety of MINERS GOODS, which
we offeror sale CHEAP FOR CASH.
Fort 25, 1866. 16.3 m.
DEALER IV »
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Fruits, Nuts, Pipes,
CONFECTIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Etc.,
HAM STRICT, WRAVIRVILLI,
It. (wno m real eoea. in >ubu) id.
A Splendid Slock o( New
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING
—JUST OPENED AT
HEW AID CHEAP
FINE DRESS SUITS,
LI SEN CLOTHING ,
Boots, Hats, Caps,
Under Shirts, Drawers, Socks, etc.
ntend to sell (foods at
and respectfully invite those intending to pur
chase to call and examine my stock, ODD FEL
LOWS’ Building, Main street.' J. R. BALCII.
Weaverville, April 25, 186 C. 40.t0.
Trim mu Co., Cal.
C. BE AI) LEY, Proprietor.
THESE SPRINGS ARE PLEAS
antly situated in a picturesque valley,
about seven miles from Red Bluff. The
__ buildings have been thoroughly repair
ed, and visitors will find all the comforts of a
home, as well as the health-giving virtues of the
The most eminent physicians of San Francis
co and the State, after careful analysis of the wa
ters, pronounce them to 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 the best medical advice.
For chronic diseases of all kinds, Rheumatism,
Scrofula, Nervous complaints, Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Skin diseases, Uterine affections, and
the diseases of females, these waters are infallable.
The charges arc moderate, and every attention
will be afforded to promote the comfort of inva
lids. For further information apply to Dr. R. A.
Thomas, Weaverville ; Dr. A. B. (toss, Hay Fork,
or address J. C. BRADLEY, Red Bluff.
Tuscan Springs, April 20, 1800. 15.tf.
RANTZAU & SHAW,
(Successors to Ilinchman & C 0.,)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS 1
RED BLUFF, CAL.
WE INVITE THE AT
tention of Shippers to our
Being the most commodious and thoroughly safe
Storehouse in Northern California. Having pur
chased of ilinchman & Co, their business, and
received the personal assurance (from the prin
cipal shippers with the old firm) of a continu
ance of their favors with us, we will by prompt
and careful attention to all business intrusted to
our care, merit your approval aud good will.
Red Bluff, March 26, 1860. 12.t0.
THE EYES ! THE EYES !
DR. E. H. PARDEE,
OCULIST AND AUIIIST.
A 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 L'ui
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 Lachrymalis, 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 of
their confidence? His celebrity as an operator is
co-extensive with his success, as patients arc
presenting themselves lor treatment and opera r
tions, from New Vork and Boston, almost month
ly. Many patients can he seen at the Doctor’s
office daily, in different stages of recovery.
Office— 767 Clay street, (above the’ Plaza)
near Dupont street. 14. ly.
A New Place
SPEXD HONEY TO ADVANTAGE!
Exchange Building, Main Street,
(adjoining Miners* Hotel,)
n.is jvbt received :
FINE HAVANA CIGARS!
TWENTY BRANDS OF
SMOKING AND CHEWING T0BAC00!
IS GREAT VARIETY,
Shelf Groceries, Wines, Fruits, Nuts,
Stc., Etc. FRESH EGGS always od band.
IST Orders from the country promptly filled,
and all Goods sold at the lowest market price*.
Try me, and see ! A. HEALEY.
Weaverville, Dec. 8, 1865. 48.t0.
UNION SHAVING SALOON
Main street, • Weavenrlllt,
ADJOIN ISO JUSKASB* HARDWARE STORK.
Hot, Cold and Shows? Baths,
at all hours I
19.tQ. CHAS. HARTMANN, Proprietor,
(Successor to M. F. Griffin,)
. PATENT MEDICINES,
PEEFUMEET, TOILET AETIOLES, Etc.
HAVING PURCHASED THE ENTIRE STOCK
contained in the above establishment, I
shall henceforth keep
a full and complete as
sortment of all articles
usually found in a well
regulated Drug Store.
ii Will be carefully and
properly compounded AT ALL HOURS.
Traders Supplied on Liberal Terms.
Weaverville Book Store
has also been combined with the establishment,
and a well-selected stock of
BLANK BOOKS, WRITING PAPER,
Stationery, Cutlery, Gold Pens,
FANCY ARTICLES, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
VIOLIN STRINGS, Etc., will be kept.
School, Standard and Miscellaneous Books,
Newspapers, Magazines, etc.,
WHOUSALK AND RETAIL.
Weaverville, March 15, 1866. 10.tf.
3EI O 2
TAKE THIS METHOD OF No
tifying the public that they have
just opened a New Store at the
FORKS OF NEW RIVER,
and will keep constantly on hand a fine stock ot
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING,
And all articles usuallv required in a mining
section. V. CARAWAY.
J P. GARRETT.
Forks New River, April 1, 1866. 13.t0.
JOHN . BURCH,
Attorney at Mj atr
OFFICE, • - - EDGECOMB'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
>O. 1, SECOND ST'JRT.
Weaverville, Oct. 1, 1863. 38.tf.
Mocker*» ttn/lding-, Court Street , (up atettra,
24. WEAVERVILLE. VB.
WILLIAMS & FELTEH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
main street, east side, two doors from corner,
40. (OLD TKLEOE4PU OFFICf..) I<l.
EGBERT P. ALLEN,
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. WM. WILSON,
OFFICE—MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE.
OPPOSITE McCAIN A CO.’S STORE.
45. Taylor ptmt—late residence of 11. Greenbood. 10.
11. M. CHAUNCEY, M. D.
—OFFICE AT fHS—
Weaverville, Oct. 1, 1863. 38.td.
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucher.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, —
irt Street, Weaverville.
Immediate attention paid to all calls from
istancc— day on Niour. The poor attended
FRENCH AND GERMAN BPOKEN.-«
J. C. MONTAGUE,
tysiolnn unci Surgeon.
. OFFICE AT THE
Flatter Houae, - Junction Ity.
metion City, March 1, 1865. B.3m*.
DE. 0. J- GATES,
Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist.
OF FI C E ,
llocker’a Building, Second Story.
Having returned to Weaverville to locate,
he is now prepared to perform aU op.
erations in his profession. ARTIFICIAL TEETH
inserted in Gold, Silver and V nlcamte. 15.
EDWARD P. LOVEJOY,
JUSTICE er TEE PEJCE.
adjoining union hotel,
(lately occupied by Jobtlce 80rn..)
IS DRAWS AND ICUOWHMaiSTI TAKEN.
A. B. EARL,
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Office, - at Kcltoa k Kellogg’s Store,
drawn, and acknowledgment* ta.
Book and Job Printing
Of itfrr description done in a superior manner
At IIUOWIII PMU.
JAS. 8 McCAIN, I P. McCLCBB,
Sun Francisco. 1 WMerrill.,
J. S. McCain & Co.
XTHOLF.SAU. AST® RETAIL MAUM IN
DRY'GOODS AND CLOTHING,
AND OILS, GROCERIES
Wines and Liquors,
Cotton Dncks and Twines, From 6 to 10-0,
Rubber Coats, Pants and Boots,
Ofkotsk Codfish, Mackerel, Salmon
ChincHo nnd Japanese,
PICKLED PORK, BA
con, Hams, Glassware,
Paper Hangings and
Borders, Wind. Glass,
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.
Without Charge I
Wcaverville, Jan. 13, 18CC. l.to.
—WIIOLF.SALK AND RETAIL DEALER IN—
Cigars and Tobacco,
Exoluslvely for Cns li !
—AND at —
COMSTOCK & MARTIN’S BUILDING,
(roods Delivered Free of Charse!
Wcaverville, July 8, 18(34. 2C.2.
Report or rnr Committee op Awards on California Bra.v
dies, PrNcncs, Cordial 3 and Bitters—held September
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED TO SQUARZA FDR PUNCHES!
FIRST PREMIUM FOR CORDIALS!
FIRST PREMIUM FOR BITTERS-(Squan«’» Hygien
The committee think this a fit oc
casion not only to award to true merit, nnd
stump 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 nnd worthless counter
feits, which resemble the genuine only in their
names. The Committee, after careful examina
tion of the
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, hut were
unanimous in their approbation of the one, and
the condemnation of the other.
Du. I. HOWKLL, Prof, of Chemistry,
Du. L. 3. CZAPKAV.
10.3 m. FRANCIS C. UKLDEN, Committee.
GREENHOOD & NEWBAUER,
Highest Price paid for Gold Dust!
Made on Gold Dust for Assay, or Coinage at
the U. S. Mint, and a
GENERAL li ASKING BUSINESS
ter"' c have one of the largest
FIRE - PROOF* SAFES
In California, and are prepared to take SPE
CIAL DEPOSITS on reasonable terms.
Wcaverville, Dee. 1, 18G3. 48.td.
—MATS SIKEET, WEATIRTIILE, HEALER IX—
STOVES, SHEET IRON, TIN-WARE,
All sizes and patterns, and every article usually
kept in similar establishments. All orders for
work attended to promptly, and satisfactioi guar
DEALER IN —
HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCOS,
FANCY GROCERIES. TOYS. CUTLERY.
Genuine California Meerschaum Pipes,
PLAYING CARDS, CONFECTIONERY,
FRUITS, FANCY ARTICLES, tC.
Howe’s Brick Building, Main Street,
L (west side,) wcaverville. 11.
Adjoining Mountain Market, Court Street.
RIFLES ANQ SHOT GUNS
Made to order, and all kinds of repairing done
at short notice and low rates.
Weaverville, Dec. 1, 1863.
The regular quarterly meeting of
the Board of Directors of the Wcaverville
and Shasta Wagon Road Company will be held
at the office of the Company, in Weaverville, on
Monday, May 14th,
o’clock, p. a., for the transaction of busi-
By order of the Board,
D. E. GORDON, Secretary.
iSTerrille. April 28, ,1666. 16.tm.
av. ay, #>. ir Jl
jnwr r«puly communication. at Ma»onlc Hall. Weaverville.
nVio?w « Mon<u y of «*cb month, Hour of meeting, tU
ttftSm JO,IN c - BLRCII ’ “
Ch “o*er, JV*. 1», Boy ml Jtrch Mm.
rrr h ; uu^«,?Amr h io c * ch month ’
47r8 A- J. LOOMIB, SecreUry.
KfJS'orth Stmr £.4 r «, .Vi. *l, f. «. C ,
hold, its regular meeting. at Odd Fellow.' Hall. Wcarerrlll.
on Thnrmlay evening at ~,\i o’clock. Member, of the Ord.r
fp.>m olinuul nrs* rnrrliallv invitMl In •lUml
on IllUIBUnj «u I u l iwi. .HPltll
from abroad are cordially Invited to attend.
0150. W. WARD. S O
FRANK W. YOUNG, R. 8.
tf Stellm Enemmyrnent, .IV. I*, #. o. O.
meet, on the evening. of the first and third Tuesday of eai-h
month, at Oild Fellows' Hall. Weaverrille, at 7 o’clock. Pa
triarchs from abroad are invited to visit us.
J. M. KINFALT. C. P.
W. H. BACILELDER. Scribe. 47v8.
Com ft hod ft 84, /■ •. #• Trinity
Center, holds ita regular meetings on Salunlay evening, at
Odd Fellows' Hall. JACOB FOUST, N. 0
E. It. SIKES, B. S. ' 4,tS -
Good Ttmplar«.-IW*«r Lmdpe, JTm. 183,
meets at its Hall, Main street, every Saturday evening at 7 W
o'clock Members of the order in good standing are cordial
ly invited to visit us. E. CORNELL, W. C. T.
C. W. CaAto, W. S. ”■ - ,0 -
H. The tJertnmn HotpUml Society of Trinity
county holds its regular Quarterly meeting, at the Hospital
building on the first Sunday lu March, June, September and
December. U- OVERMOHLK.
47 v g Secretary.
The Penimm Brotherhood of Trinity county
meets at the Hall of the Saint Patrick Benevolent Society,
Weaverville.on the Second and Fouffh Sunday of each month.
w t 0 DAVID FARRELL. C. C.
STEM NAVIGATION COMPANY!
O. P. PAGE, ... MASTER,
Will leave Red Bluff lor Sacramento every
AT 6 O’CLOCK. A. M..
And leave Sacramento for Red Bluff every
PASSAGE, TEN DOLLARS.
Sdr For freight or passage apply on braird, or to
J B. ANDRUS, A (rent.
Red Bluff, December 13, 1865. 4d.td.
W. J. TINNIN,] - [JOHN W. OWENS.
WIIOI.KS.ILE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, LIQUORS AND PROVISIONS,
IRON. STEEL, PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES.
WINDOW GLASS, WALL PAPER, QUICK
SILVER, BAR-ROOM, PARLOR AND
COOKING STOVES, TIN AND
Fire-Proof Building, Main Street.
Weaverville, Jan. 1, 18G3. l.td.
(OLD STAND—MAIN STREET—WEAVKIIMLLK.j
LORENZ & HAGLEMAN,
Late of the bavaria brewery, hav
ing purchased the entire interest of Walter
.V Co. in the above establishment, are prepared
to supply the public with a choice article of
IN KEGS OE BOTTLES.
BfetT Attention is called to the fact that we are
furnishing a superior article of Beer for NURS
ING PURPOSES—so pronounced by those who
have used it. Orders left at the Brewery will bo
promptly filled, and Beer delivered without ad
ditional charge. Also,
SODA a u,l SARSAPARILLA,
manufactured after the most improved processes.
Weaverville, Oct. 20, 1865. 42.t0.
F. VOLLMER. - - - -j F. STIEKLE.V
UNITED STATES BAKERY!
Court Street, Wearervlllt.
The proprietors of this old e.stab
lishcd Bakery take 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 DESIUED KIN’D.
Balls, Wedding and other Parties, fur
nished with plain or ornamented Cakes, at short
notice, and prices to suit the times. Give us a
a call. VOLLMER i STIERLEN,
Weaverville, May 1, 1864. 17.t0,
E. L. STRAUSST
(Snccewor to Wa. Bnebr.)
Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler,
MAIN STBUT, AWOIXI.VO miGRAPH Of TICS.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
a select stock of
Silver Ware, Quartz Jewelry. Etc. Repairing of
all kinds done at short notice and moderate prU
oes. Give roe a call. E. L. STRATTSS.
Weaverville, Ju.’y 15, 18G5. 27.t0.
NORTH FORK BREWERY!
MEOKEL 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
as can be bad North of San Francisco. Order*
North Fork, July 7,1803. 26.td,
ft. ~|h ilwmM. •
—a-OffirS X.VD KUIDZXCC,
CORNER COURT and CENTER STREETS,
(«AELT OPPOSITE CRIOR UOIEI.)
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