WEEKLY TRINITY JOURNAL.
EEOEIPTB FOE SCB3OEIPTIOH
FO» Till WEEK EXDIBO 3EFT. 2&TII.
K. Dinsmore, Umatilla, Oregon, .$& 00
D. F. Dyer, North Fork, 5 00
In the Convention of Southern Loyalists late
ly held at Philadelphia, Hamilton, of Texas, in
troduced the following resolutions, which were
adopted unanimously :
Resolved, That the loyal people of the North
return thanksgiving to Almighty God, through
whose will a rebellion unparalleled for its cause
lessness, its cruelty and its criminality, has been
overruled, to the vindication of the supremacy of
the Federal Constitution over every State and
Territory of the Republic.
Resolved, That we demand, as we have de
manded at all times since cessation of hostilities,
the restoration of the States in which we live to
their old relations with the Union, on the simplest
conditions consistent with the protection of our
lives, property and political rights, now in jeo
pardy from the unquenched enmity of rebels late
ly in arms.
Resolved, That the unhappy policy of Andrew
Johnson, President of the United States, in its
effects upon the loyal people of the South, unjust
and oppressive, and accordingly, however ar
dently we desire our respective States once
more represented in Congress, we would deeply
regret their restoration on the inadequate condi
tions presented by the President, as calculated
not to abate, but only magnify the perils and
sorrows of our condition.
Resolved, That the welcome we have received
from loyal citizens of Philadelphia under the
roof of the time-honored Hall in which the Dec
laration of Independence was adopted, inspires
us with hope that principles of a just and equal
Government which were made the foundation of
the Republic at its origin, shall become the cor
ner-stone of the Constitution.
Resolved, That with pride in the patriotism of
Congress, with gratitude for the fearless and per
sistent support they have given to the cause - of
loyalty and their efforts to restore all the States
to their former conditions as States in the Amer
ican Union, we will stand by the position taken by
them and take all means consistent with a peace
ful and lawful course to secure the ratification
of the amendments to the Constitution of the
Union, as proposed by Congress; whilst we re
gret that Congress in its wisdom did not provide
by the law for the greater security of the loyal
people in the States not yet admitted to repre
Resolved, That the political power of the Gov
ernment of the United States, in the administra
tion of its public officers, is by its Constitution
confided to the popularor law-making department
of the Government.
Resolved, That the political statuets ot the
States in rebellion to the United States Govern
ment, and the rights ot the people of such States,
are political questions, and are therefore clearly' I
within the control of Congress, to the exclusion
of, and independent of, say and every other de
partment of the Government.
Resolved, That there is no right, political, le
gal or constitutional in any Btatc to secede or
withdraw from the Union ; but they may by wick
ed and unauthorized rebellion and force sever
the relations which they have sustained to the
Union ; and when they do they assume the atti
tude of a public enemy at war with the United
Slates; subjecting themselves to all the rules
and principles of international law and the law
of war, as applied to belligerents, according to
Resolved, That we are unalterably in favor of
the Union of the States, and earnestly desire the
legal and speedy restoration of all the States to
their proper places in the Union, and the estab
lishment in each, of the inlluences of patriotism
and justice, by which the whole Nation shall be
combined to carry forward triumphantly the prin
ciples ui freedom and progress, until all men of
all races, shall everywhere beneath the (lag of
our country, have accorded to them freely all
that their virtues, industry, intelligence and eu
vr%y may entitle them to atUin.
Resolved, That organizations in unrepresented
States, assuming to lie State Governments, not
having peon legally established, are not le
gitimate Governments until recognized by Con
Resolved, That wc cherish with tender hearts
the memory of the virtues, patriotism, sublime
faith, upright character of life, and generous
nature, of the martyred President, Abraham
Resolved, That we are in favor of universal
liberty the world over, and feel the deepest sym
pathy with the oppressed people of all countries
in their struggles for freedom, and the inherent
right of all men to decide and control for them
selves the character of the Government under
which the v Hve.
Resolved, That the lasting gratitude of the Na
tion is due to those men who bore the brunt of
the battle, who in covering themselves with im
perishable glory have shown to the world the fu
ture hopes of a' free Government, and relying on
the invincible soldiers and sailors who made up
the grand army and navy of the Republic, to be
true to the principles for which they fought, we
pledge them that we will stand by them in main
taining the honor due the saviours of our Nation,
and in securing the fruits of their victory.
Resolved, That, remembering with profound
gratitude the precepts of Washington, we should
accustom ourselves to consider the Union as the
principal object of our political desire, which
has heretofore sustained us in our love of the
Union when so many of our neighbors in the
South were waging war for its destruction ; aud
that our deep abiding love for the memory of the
Father of his Country and for the Union, is
more deeply engraved upon our hearts than ever.
Honohaule Mention. —The Humboldt Bay
Journal says that at a recent meeting of the
Trustees of the Humboldt Academy Rev. J. M.
Campbell and lady, of Areata, were appointed
Steward and Stewardess of the institution, and
further says “ A better selection could not
have been made, and the Institution is fortunate
in securing their services. Mr. Campbell is
a competent and successful teacher, and his
services in taking charge of the larger school
room, and affording the Principal the opportuni
ty of hearing the more advanced classes in a
seperate recitation room, will be of great value.
It is reported to-day that some of our promi
nent merchants along the streets through which
the President and his Cabinet are to pass will
“hang out banners on their outer walls,” from
one side of tbe street to the other, with the fol
lowing mottoes inscribed thereon:—“Traitors
Must Take Back Seats.” “I Will Make Treason
Odious.” “ Loyal Men Must Rule the South.”
“If I were President of the United States, 1
would Try you for Treason, Convict yon of Trea
son, and Hang you for Treason.” —Chicago Re
publican, August 30(A.
Holloway's Pills aso Otrmmv The mice nf tbe people
it the testimony of reason. —Ministers of the Oospel »re every
where recommending them, while eminent medical men pre
scribe them for their patient* in all cases requiring tonic, die
infectant, antiseptic or alterative remediee. Letters are re
ceived from all parts of the U nited States and the Canadas
enclosing orders from respectable physicians or certificates
from clergymen of erery denomination, of extraordinary
curs* effected by the agency of theee medicines. If but a
tithe of these well-authenticated documents were published
It would form a respectable sited volume and an interesting
addition to the literature of the day Read advertisement. *
W* learn from the Humboldt 7Vm«s that An
drew J. Reed was killed at Areata on the I4th
instant, by tailing from a load of sheaf -grain.
He was a native of New Hampshire, and 44 years
anrino-MACHl.’vtb.—l‘eraoes iJ want of a good Sewing-Ma
chile will find Masers. Grover |whiil er’a a first-rate article.—
Tbe-e it none betlbr. These Hirblne* have been before the
pubic for many years, theirjpriCb have been thoroughly
team, and a verdict in
all over the Journal
J. 0. WELSH
WO UL D RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
Trimly public that he has opened a Photo
graphic Gallery on Court street, Weaverville,
Two Doors above the Union Hotel,
WUBKK HE IS I'RKPABKD TO TAKE
In the latest and most superior style. Having
recently returned from San Francisco with new
Instruments, which have all been remodeled, and
constructed .on a principle differing from, and
which work with more energy and truthfulness,
than those of any other establishment on the
continent, —and using only OIL COLOR BACK
GROUNDS, which are obtained at great expense,
and acknowledged to be superior to all others ;
which, together with many years of practical ex
perience, will enable him to defy competition in
the production of FAMILY GROUPS and other
large Photographs. Special attention given to
the Execution of
Cartes de Vesites,
As well as to the taking of pictures of Children,
for which purpose be has adopted the new Light
ning process. Old Pictures copied, cleaned and
framed, or taken from life from the smallest lock
et to life-size, and painted in Oil or Water Col
ors, or retouched in Crayon or India ink.
LOCKETS, PINS and RINGS filled with neat
ness and expedition, and satisfaction guaranteed
or no pay.
Instructions given in all branches of the Art.
Having made arrangements with leading Stock
Dealers, he will hereafter be enabled to lake Pic
tures cheaper than ever before.
He has a large collection of specimen Pictures
of all styles and sizes, which are free and open
to the inspection of all. Call and see them ; all
are welcome, and none troublesome, and he sure
you “secure the shadow ere the substance fade.”
A stock of Photograph Albums
for sale eheap. ysH
Weaverville, June 9, 1866. 22.t0.
Hall A Marshall
Hereby announce to
the people of DOUG
f-r- LAS CITY* and vicini
ty that they have now
on hand a large and
well selected assort
And as our facilities for laying down the same
are equal to those of any firm in the county, and
our expenses less, we CHALLENGE COMPE
TION. The old folks say 1 the proof of the pud
ding is in chewing the string,’ therefore we de
sire all parties to give us a trial before purchas
ing elsewhere. Goods delivered anywhere,
FREE OP CHARGE!
Elisha Hall, - - Amos H. Marshall.
Douglas City, August 10, 1866. 31:to.
-MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE, DIALER IN —
ET IRON, TIN ■ WARE
All sizes and patterns, and every article usually
kept in similar establishments. All orders for
work attended to promptly, and satisfaction guar
H. S. CROCKER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS,
Letter and Note Papers,
WRITING FLUIDS AND INKS,
DOST OFFICE and LEGAL ENVELOPES,
MEMORANDUM and TIME BOOKS,
CARD STOCK, Etc., Etc.,
and everything in the STATIONERY line,
AT SAX FRANCISCO PRICKS.
BLANK BOOKS MANUFACTURE!)
gfcjSj”’ Steam Printing Establishment ,
44 and 44 J street,
NORTH FORK BREWERY!
MECKEL BROTHERS, Proprietors.
IE PROPRIETORS ANNOUNCE TO THE
itizens of Trinity, Klamath and Humboldt
their Brewery is in successful operation, and
■ they intend to furnish customers with as
1 an article of
an be had North of San Francisco. Orders
orth Fork, July T, 1863.
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION, ISSUED
out of Justice A. R. Earl s Court, of Wea
.ci. ille township, county of Trinity, to me di
rected, in favor of Kelton A Kellogg and agains
Charles Hanna, I have seized and will expose for
sale at public auction, at 1 o’clock, p. n., on
Wednesday, tl»e 3d day of October,
A. D. 1866, at Kelton A Kellogg's store, Doug
las City, the following described property, to
wit: All of the defendant’s (Charles Hanna) in
terest in and to certain mining claims known as
the claims of James McWilliams A Co., situated
on Mabie!s bench, half a mile above Douglas Ci
ty, said interest being one-fourth of said claims,
ditches and flumes.—Dated at Douglas City this
12th day of September, A. D., 1866.
B. F. TRASK, Constable,
36:t«. in and for-said Township
I. Karsky & Co.,
MAIN BT., (ADJOINING TUB DRUG STORE.)
HAVE RECEIVED AN ELEGANT STOCK OF
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS,
NEW STYLES DRESS GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
OIL CLOTHS, PAPER'HANGINGS,
—and the best assortment of—
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS
to be found in the mountains.
tsr All we ask is that the public will
Examine and Price our Goods
Weaverville, April 25, 1866. 16.t0.
FOR SALE BY
ALL RESPECTADLE DEALERS
ASK FOR “ WARD'S,”
TAKE NO OTHERS!
l§®*See that the above Trade-Mark
IS STAMPED ON THE
INDIA RUBBER ENAMELED
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Wholesale and Retail,
—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN—
Cigars and Tobacco,
Exclusively for Cash!
COMSTOCK & MARTIN’S BUILDING,
Goods Delivered Free of Charge!
■Weaverville, July 8, 1864. 26.2.
WE DO NOT WISH
After THIRTY DAYS no
more CREDIT! * = S34f
JACKS OK 4b HEBDLE.
Junction City, Ang. 21, 1866. 33:tf.
ABE YOU IHBUBED ?
’ Tr *»iiy I*od K ,, -W. -47, A*. 4T J. .If Hold
their : ition9 at Masonic Hall, Weaverville,
°?i w Monday of each month. Hour of meeting. alx
o clock, iKiiu JOHN C. BURCH, W. M.
A. J. LOOMIS, Serretary. 47v8.
*•' Trimttu Chapter, JVu. 19, MopaUrth JWP~
•f-'- " utt °. u ~ l> c 1 ? ec i" (1 :,lul f'Hirth Tuesday in each month,
at the Masonic Hall, Woaverville.
47t8 A. J. LOOMIS, Secretary.
. *« -■' S,ar .Vb. 6i77. o. o. #■„
't« regular meetings at Odd Fellows’ Hall. Weaverville,
on Thursday evening at o’clock. Menders of the Order
from abroad are cordially invited to attend
FRANK W. YOUNG. R. S.
CHAMP. W, SMITH, N. O.
to- Stella Encampment, ,Vo. ia, I. O. O. F.,
meets on the evenings of the first and third Tuesday of each
month, at Odd Fellows’ Hall. Weaverville, at 7 o’clock. Pa
triarclis from abroad are invited to visit ns.
W. H. BACHELDKR. Scribe. E (K>BDON ’ f 7 „g;
»h- Lodg-e, -w 84, /. O. O. F., Trinity
Center, holds its regular meetings on Saturday evening, at
Odd f® 11 "*” GEO. LOWKEY, N. Q.
0. W. TOLU, K. g. 47v8.
Good Templars.— U>arer Lodge, .Vb. 183,
meets at its Hail. Main street, every Saturday evening at
o’clock. Members of the order in good standing are cordial
ly invited to visit ns. e. CORNELL W. C. T.
C. W. Craig, W. S. 37 .to.
«£- The German Hospital Society of Trinity
county holds its regular Quarterly meetings at the Hospital
building on the first Sunday iu March, June, September and
December. H. OVERMOHLE,
47 v 8 Secretary.
At*?, The JH’enian Brotherhood of Trinity county
meets at the Hall of the Saint Patrick Benevolent Society,
Weaverville, EVERY SUNDAY.
MICHAEL MULLIGAN, Center.
Mich’l Callahan, Secretary. 29. t«.
A Splendid Slock of Now
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING
—JUST OPENED AT
NEW AND OHEA?
FINE DRESS SUITS,
Bus in'ess Snits,
Boots, Hats, Caps,
Under Shirts, Drawers, Socks, etc.
intend to sell goods at
Sinn 11 Prolits,
and respectfully invite thbse intending JP P' ir "
chase to call and examine my stock, ODD FEL
LOWS’ Huilding, Main street. J. R. BALCH.
Weaverville, April 23, 1866. 40.t0.
RANTZAU & SHAW,
(Successors to Hinchraan & Co.,}
RED BLUFF, CAL.
WE INVITE THE AT
tention of Shippers to our
COBBLE - STONK WAKKIIOUSE,
Being the most commodious and thoroughly safe
Storehouse in Northern California. Having pur
chased of Hinchraan & 00. 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 and good will.
Red Bluff, March 26, iB6O. 12.t0.
Indian Creek, Trinity Co.,
Ho, i noi soioiio,
loots, Shoes, Hals, Tobacco, Crockery
Cliinti Goods, Etc.,
Cheap for Cash !
tt.GooiU delivered at Pnrchaier#’ resl
euce. A share of public patromme solicited.
A. T. CORBUS k BRO.
Indian Creek, June 5, 1866. 22.tf.
NOTICE TO Ji PUBLIC.
Having purchased the blacksmtth
ing stand lately carried on by Geo. R. Mil
len, together with all the stock and fixtures, I
am prepared to do every variety of work in the
BLACKSMITHING line,'in a prompt and credit
able manner, and at the lowest living rates.
HORSE and MULE SHOEING , done at short
notice. A share of public patronage solicited.
Weaverville, Sept. 5, 1866. 35:t0.
HENRY - MOCKER
HAS REMOVED TO THE
er Brick Building,
WEST SIDE MAIN STREET,
e he will be happy to see his friends and
instoraers. Always on hand a choice
*ES, LIQUORS, GROCERIES,
live California Wines and Brandies,
IN PARTICULAR. to.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Fruits, IVuts, Pipes,
CONFECTIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Etc.,
MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE,
19. (BETWEEN NEW TO*K 4FOTEL AND MAQNOUA.I to.
Adjoining Mountain Market, Court Street,
RIFLES AND SHOT GUNS
Made to order, and all kinds of repairing done
at short notice and low rates.
Weaverville, Dec. 1, 1863. *B.
Spring and Summer
TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
nouncing to the LADIES aud
GENTLEMEN of Trinity coun
ty, and “young folks ” as well,
that they are now receiving a
large and carefully selected stock of
Spring? and Summer
!Boots and Shoes,
Oil-Cloths, Wall Paper, Etc.,
which we intend to sell
as Cheap as the Cheapest!
Call and examine our Goods and prices, and
satisfy yourselves. M. WILLIAMS & CO.
Weavervillc, April 20, 1868. 52.10.
Big Flat, - Trinity Eiver,
(Nkak Blunt Ranch,)
Dry - Goods,
and General Merchandise I
GOODS SOLD AS
[email protected] Cheap as the Cheapest, for Cash,
AND WITHOUT CIIABOK
Delivered at Purchaser’* Residence.
jjgyjust received, an invoice of HENRY’S
REPEATING RIFLES—a useful weapon for bor
der settlers —and for sale cheap.
Big Flat, Sept. 23, 1805. 37-tJ.
MECKEL & BROTHER.
Dealer* In Miner*’ Merchandize,
NORTH FORK, TRINITY CO.,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Mining Utensils I
Together with every article of merchandize
needed in a mining district.
CASH ON DELIVERY!
Goods delivered at purchaser’s residence
FREE OF CHARGE.
March 11, 1863. 48.td.
WEAVERVILLE AND SHASTA
U. S. Mail and Express Line !
THE PROPRIETOR HAV
’ ing received the contract for
carrying the IT. S. Mail be-
I tween Weaverville and Shas
, and having purchased the entire stock of the
California Stage Company, will make regular
between those points, by way of Lewiston, leav
ing Shasta every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day, and Weaverville every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday. He intends doing a
GENERAL EXPRESS BUSINESS,
and will deliver parcels, make purchases, and
promptly attend to all orders entrusted to his
care. Office at the N. Y. Hotel, Weaverville.
GRANT I. TAGGERT.
Weaverville, May 15, 1866. 19.t0.
THE LATEST STYLE
n HATS AND CAPS
MAY BK HAD AT ALL TIMES OF
POIRIER & LANSING,
37 J STREET,
PIKE ASSORTMENT OF FURS
Ladies’ and Childrens’ Wear.
t/ST The highest price paid for SHIPPING
FURS of good quality by
POIRIER & LANSING,
(Lamott’s old Stand.)
Sacramento, December 25, 1865. 51.1 y. .
E. L. STRAUSS,
(Successor to Wm. Bsehr,)
Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler,
MAIN STREET, ADJOINING TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
a select stock of
CLOCKS, WATCHES I
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. ■
6REENH 00 0 & NE WBA OCR’S
CONNECTING AT SHASTA WITH
WELLS. FARGO & CO.
i FARGO * CO.’S EICHAIOK
’’sau ok iix TUI wu*OPii. citizs or thi
ed States and Canada.
erville. Dec. 1. 1863
W The Trinity Journal cost* onljrFlv*
Dollar* a Wear. Send It Home.
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WK THINK THEBE 18 NO
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eleomee the Hood of them Imymrtllec,
Ihe reenll mny be n more mrloeec die.
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n moel eMredone remedy, nmd yet
hone no eonhdence in Fel.nl .Medi
cine e yenereily, will merer regret m
trial of EemUl’i Blood and MAcer
Syrup. RKDINGTON *. CO., Ag’ts,
416 and 41 8 Moroni el re el, Ban M*ran.
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