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tmmjwtv f#r.vrr u^mbrjusttb taken at their Market f amine in men! for SuberripHon to tha ‘ Journal . "Weaverville, - December 27, 1879, Electric Light Through a Slip or Pater. —The New York Herald of Dec. 22d devotes a pace to “Edison’s Tri umph in Electrict Illumination,” giving a lull and accurate account or his work from its inception to its completion, with illustrative diagrams. The Heraldsayt: The first public exhibition of Edison's long-looked-for electric light talked of will take place at .Menlo Park on New Year’s Eve, on which occasion that place will be ilium inated with the new light. The new light, incredible as it may ap pear, is produced from a little piece of paper —a tiny strip of paper that the breath would biow away. Through this little si ip of paper is passed an electric current, and the result is a bright, beau tiful, mellow light. But the paper in stantly burns even under the trifling beat -of a tallow candle,” exclaims the skeptic ■“and how then can it withstand the fierce heal of an electric current?” Very true, but Edison makes the little piece of paper more infusible than platinum, more durable than granite, and this involves no complicated process. The paper is merely baked in an oven until all ele ments have passed away, except its car bon framo.work. The latter is then placed in a glass globe, connected with wi:es leading to the electric-producing machine, and the air exhausted from the glolie. Then the apparatus is ready to give out a light that produces no gases, ■no smoke, no offensive odors ; a light without flame, without danger, requiring no matches to ignite; giving out but lit tle heat, vitiating no air, and free from a!! flickering light, that is a Little globe of sunshine; and this light, the inventor claims, can be produced cheeper than that from the cheapest oil. The inventor Jinds that electricity can be regulated with entire reliability at the central sta tion, just as the pressure of gas is now regulated. The entire cost of construct ing the lamp is not more than twenty five cents. Rl'MORS are current that a compro raise is likely to be effected between the hard and soft-money wings of the Demo cracy in Congress, by agreeing to adept a resolution providing substantially that from and after the expiration of national bond charters, in 1883, the only legal ten der currency of the country shall be gold and silver coin, and that the Govern ment alone shall issue the paper money required for purposes of commerce in the form of treasury notes, not legal ten der, except by special contract, but re ceivable for its dues and redeemable in coin; it being also provided that one third of the amount of such outstanding notes be kept in the Treasury in coin. Careful inquiry fuiis to discover any foundation for this widely-circulated re port, except tlie conferences of a compa ratively lew Democratic Senators, and there seems to he very little probability •ol any such agreement in the party at large, allhough seme such resolution will undoubtedly be brought forward for dis cussion after the reassembling of Congress and it may have the effect of forcing the light upon the national hank question, which the majority of both parties have heretofore apuarently wished to avoid. Senator llamlin, in his speech, said a great crowd has assembled to say they will not submit to this attempted subver sion of their rights. The dut3’ ol the citizens of Maine is to shun every one of these men, as you would a pestilence. Make every one of them an outcast and wandering Jew. Point the finger of scern at thorn. Shun them as moral lep ers, who ate all covered with sores from head to loot. Make them fool Hint they are execrated hy an outraged and indig nant people. If you aliow the Governor and Council to usurp the power of deter mining what they have no right to deter mine, wlmt is there, in the name of the public, but mockery and fraud? If our people rise up in their majesty and de mand their lights, the usurpers will not dare reluse them. There is a moral power in the free men ef Maine, before -which rascality will quail. A New York dispatch *f the 21st says; John Dillon, who accompanies Parnell, is a prominent Dublin barrister, and son of John B. Dillon, the patriot of ]K48. A special meeting of the New York Reception Committee has been called for an early day, to take action on the distress question. All Irish Societies are invited to send delegations. Discon sidered certain that Gilmore’s Garden will bo engaged for the reception. An admission fee will he charged and the proceeds forwarded to thopoorof Ireland. All the wealthy Irishmen in tbecity will be personally canvassed for subscriptions, and the committee aie sanguine of suc cess, us all the Irish organizations are taking an active part in the fuoveuient. \Vk understand that there is a move ment on foot to build a church, ie he un der the control of the Presbyterian So ciety. We have a good minister and thorough gentleman here, in the parson oi l. N. Waterman, and as our popula tion is constantly increasiag, it is perfect ly in keeping with other improvements to have a good church edifice. There are quite a number of religious people settled here, and there are others who be lieve that a movement of this kind would promote the morals of the place. This is decidedly a move in the right direction, and will no doubt he encouraged hy all right minded people.— Heading Inde pendent. Intelligence from St. Petersburg re presents that several officers of artillery and engineers were arrested, charged with complicity in the recent Nihilist at tempt on the Czar’s life at Moscow. The Winter Palace is now illuminated all night with the electric light as a precau tion. EDITORIAL JOTTINCS. No Action.—It is a source of regret to many earnest Republicans in California j that the Republican National Committee did not remove Geo. C. Gorham and sub stitute some other Republican as the rep resentative of this State in that body. But the telegraph informs us that the pro tests of the California StMte Central Com mittee was not introduced and no action whatever was had in the matter by the National Committee. Of this we are ex ceedingly sorry for we believe in Repub licans running the Republican machine, and not bolters or renegades. Honesty and manhood should have compelled Gorham’s withdrawal from the National Committee at the very moment he decid ed to oppose the Republican nominee for Governor in California, for he must know that he ;does not represent the party in this State. Between Gorham and Cali fornia Republicans there is a wide chasm which cannot be bridged. The political traitor will never more be welcomed to our ranks. Yet there are many who will howl piteously at the retention of Gor ham on the National Committee, who in their individual capacities are as much to blame for nen-action as is that Com mittee. Gorham, as a speaker, did no more against the Republicans last Fall, than did the San Francisco Chronicle , as a newspaper. Each did their worst. Yet, while they condemn the former and would have him tabooed, they continue to sop port the latter. Ret both be ostracized. The master should go with the man, for surely, as the old saying has it, “what is sauce for the goose should be sauce for the gander.” No Republican who supports the < hronicle has any right to complain at the National Committee for supporting Gorham. Das Kick, the circus man, lias been converted and will shortly enter the field as an evangelist. So says a recent East tern telegram. It is to be presumed that Dan's sermons will have tho true “ring” about them, but for the sake of suffering humanity we do hope that be will manage ts get up a new joko or two, as all his old ones are quite stala. Otherwise we don’t believe he can ring in on good St. Peter. A Spi.kndid -Paper.— The San Fran cisco Stock Report Publishing Company have issued a sextuple number of their Daily for the Holidays, for a copy of which we are greatly indebted to tho publishers. As n mining publication, one reliable and valuable for reference, replete with mining news and statistics, it has never been equalled. No Joke. —The Reading Independent says Tokio street in that town is a healthy location, as lharo are only six houses on that street and twenty-five children. And then the editor adds demurely "this is no joke,”. Well, we should think not, and probably the residents there aro of the same opinion. Rumored Political Move.— There is a rumor that Senator Davis of Illinois, will jbe offered the English mission, in order to make room lor a Republican Senator from Illinois. Elihu Washburn is spoken of as his successor. Dnvis would bo confirmed without reference to a Committee, under the unvarying rule of the Senate when one of its members is nominated fer a place. This change would offset tho proposed unseating of Kellogg, and render it possible for the Republicans, in spite of that action, to tie the Senate, in 1881 by carrying every Northern Senatorial election. The members of Congress from Cali fornia have been assigned to the following Committees : Davison Coinage, also on Expenditures in the Navy Department. Pacheco on Private Land Claims and Public Expendituies. Pago was appoint ed on the Committee on Education and Labor. This is the Committee which has usually considered all Chinese immigra tion propositions. Also, on the Commit tees on Interoceanic Canals and Expend itures in the Department of Justice. Mr. Berry was appointed to the Committee on Public Lands and also the Committee on Mines and Mining. Tiik Detroit Leader says : "The offi cial vote of California on Chinese immi gration troubles some pious and political fools who would have here a population more mixed than that of the South Amir, iean States. There were 883 votes for Chinese immigration and l.'>4,<>38 against it. The Californians, who have been an noyed by tbe presence of the Mongolian, and understand his worth to the State,as a resident; certainly know better then any Eastern fanatic whether immigration is a blessing or a curse. They liavo over whelmingly decided it to be a curse.” Congressman Sait, of Iowa, has in troduced an important bill to regulate railroads between the States. The bill provides for a commission of nine, one from each judicial circuit of the United States, which shall fix maximum rates, and provide a penalty for any charge in excess of these rates, unless, on ap|>eal to a United States Court, the railroad charge shall be decided not to be unreasonable. Provision is also made for compelling companies to exhibit lhair books, and the commissioners are requested to collect statistics for a Railroad iiureau at Wash ington. Senator Bootu on the Presidency. —Senator Jiooth said that he did not think popular feeling in his State was in favor of the nomination ef Grant. Al though the ex-l’resident would undoubt edly enjoy strong support if nominated, and would carry the State, the people were opposed to a third term, except un der exceptional circumstances, and Grant’s personal friends d id not believe a third term would be desirable for him. Tbe Senator thought Blaine would be California’s choice among Republicans, und Grant probably tbe second choice. The three patriotic holidays of the Na tion, February 22d, Decoration Day and the Fourth of July occur on Sunday in 18S0, Excited.— The New York Sun sounds the alarm that the Republicans are pre paring to eloct a President next year by controlling the Legislatures of certain Northern States. The States particular ly spoken of, in addition to New York, are Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, Col-, o r ado, Nevada California and Oregon. I New Jersey and Oregon have Democrat ic Governors, but the Republicans have the power to altar the method of choos ing Electors throughout tho North. The Porte St. Martin stage is at pres ent occupied by "Cinderella." One of j the most novel effects is a view ot the j Royal Palace illuminated for the festival, i while from the building and down a wide ; stair-case rushed a hundred guests in pur suit of the flying Cinderella, each bearing a colored lantern. Another is a lake by moonlight, the water being represented by immense mirrors laid flat on the stage, reflecting the grass and trees along the edge with perfect naturalness. There is a general movement in the direction of a union of the Democratic and Workingmen’s forces. Governor Irwin and Denis Kearney started it, and it is spreading, hence we may expect to soe its progress in the Legislature. The object is to win the State next year, which gives a Legislature, a full sot of officers in every county, c United States Senator, und perhaps a President. — Sac ramento lice. Pennies. —We see it announced that the United States Mint at Philadelphia has roceived an order from San Francis i co for 81,000 in pennies. This would look as if the people of this coast were coming down to first principles, and be coming heedful of small things in flnan" cial transactions. Never can we as peo ple expect permanent thrift until we come down to a recognition of the value of a penny. —Petaluma Argun. Little over 40 years ago every parti cle of the table cutlery used in the Uni ted States was imported from England. At the present time, out of an annual consumption of 82,480,700 worth of those commodities, England supplies not more than 8 per cent, and American cutlery now goes lnrgely to Australia, South America, and even to Europe. Th k Carson papers are as sweet and cooing as two turtle doves. Says Dea con Parkinson in tho Tribune: “The ring presented Miss Nellie Parkinson by the pupils of the Kindergarten contained a gnnuino, not a California diamond, as reported by tho wrapper across the way." The Now York Board of Aldermen is moving for the suppression of exhibitions of female pedestrianism, which are char acterized as offensive to the sense of pro priety and decency, demoralizing in their influence and cruel and inhuman to the participants. Somb Cow.- Fred Ackerman shipped to Shm Francisco this morning a two thousand pound cow, for Christmas beef. This fine animal is only about five years old, has had two calves, and was raised in Modoc County. —liuttc Recurd. Salk of a Small Farm.—S. B. Mar tin, of Pleasanton, Alameda county, has sold his farm, consisting of 14.000 acres of land, near Pleasanton, at tho rale of $90 per acre, to Abijah Barker. This is only $1,285,000 for the farm ! According t« the figures complied by the Alta, the population of the Pacific Slope has increased from 1860 to date from 831,057 to 1,226,000. The Federal census next year will show the exact in crease. Aftkr thi Mashers. — The San Francisco police have orders from the Chief to arrest all the notorious “mash ers,” as being vagrants under the mean ing of section 047 of the Penal Code. Resolutions have been adopted at several meetings in Maine declaring that there must be no subm ission to the ac tion of tho Governor and Council in counting out Republican legislator!. A Virginia City thief wrapped an oil-skin cap about his hand, smashed in a brokers window, grabbed twohandsfu! of gold and made his escape. This occur red en the 19th. IIbnkt G. Langley will be Supervis or for the First California Census Dis trict, and J. K. Ilardenburg for the Se cond. The Third has not yet been named. He told me that he was now regularly engaged as a writer for ono of the lead ing dailies. 11 is henest old mother said “writing wrappers at$3 a week.” The bullet which lodged in Mayor K til loch's breast has been extracted from his arm. Gas stock has fallen from 115 to 116, in Montreal, en occount of the electric light. The thermometer at Now York regis tered 12 degrees below zero on the 21st. Parnell and Dillon sailed from Ire land on the 20lh tor the United States. BIRTHS. At Whitmore's Mill, Dec. 26th to Mr. and ills George Douglae— a daughter. MARRIACES. At tho residence of R. N. Davidson, Esq., on Tuesday, December 2Jrd, by T. E. Jones, County Judge, Mr. Amos S. Moss to Miss Ai.ice Sinukx. At tlie residence of the bride's parents f "Weaverville, on Christmas evening, by T. E Jones, County Judge, Mr. Wm. Gcet/.e to Miss Louisa Gaum. Jn connection with the above, a supply of cake and wine was laid on our table, anil as tho happy couplo liuro not forgotten the print ers, wo add to the usual compliments of the senson our host wishes fur a joyous and pros perous wedded life. Los Angklks wants a Federal Court, and Senator Farley has introduced a bill to re establish the Second Federal Dis trict Court abolished a number of years ago. The Southern lawyers hare but little business in that end of the Slate for a Federal Court, and are not much dis commoded by attending the Federal Dis trict Court at San Francisco. Sknator Jonks, of Nevada, has an nounced hie intention of making a speech attacking the financial policy of the Pres ident and Secretary Sherman. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SOCIAL DANCE AT DOUGLAS CITY ON NEW YEAR EVE. THE undersigned is pleased tn announce to the people of Trinity that he will give a Dancing Party at hia Hotel on WEDNESDAY, DEC. J1ST, 1879, and invites the company of as many as can attend. Good music has been en gaged and no pains will he spared to make the occasion pleasant and enjoyable. H. W LEONARD. Douglas City, Dec. 24th, 1879. li. Pn bate Sale. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S MA1.E OF RHAI, ESTATE. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance ol an order of the Probate Court of the County of Trinity, State of California, made on the 4th day of December, A. D., 1879, in the matter of the Estate of William McElvaney, de ceased, the undersigned, the Administra tor of said Estate, will sell at Public Auction tothe highest bidder and subject to confirmation by said Probate Court,on TUESDAY, the 30th «lny or Decem ber, A. !»., 1H7U, at 1 o’clock, p. m., at the Court House door, in the town of Weaverville, in the County of Trinity, Stale of California, all the right, title, interest, and Estate of the said William McElvaney at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest that the said Estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addition to that of the said William McElvaney, at the lime of his death, in and to all the following named and described Real Estate, si tuate, lying and being in the County of Trinity, State of California, to-wit: The one undivided one-lmlf of that cer tain Placer Mine, situated in Cox’s Bar Mining District, known as the Currey Placer Mine, containing 10020 100acres of land, more or loss, a particular de scription of which is recorded in the office of the County Recorder, of the County of Trinity, State of California, in Book "Y,” page 430, records of said offiee to which record reference is hereby made, together with the one undivided one-hall el all the improvements situated on said mining claim or belonging thereto, Also the one undivided one-half of that cert tin water Ditch, taking the water of Saw Mill Creek and conveying the same onto said Placer Mining Claim ; also the one undivided one-half of the right to the use of all the water of said Saw Mill Creek or the first flow thereof to the extent of the full capacity of said ditch. Terms and condition of sale, one half Cash, Gold Coin of the United States, ten percent, thereof to be paid to the auction eer on the day of sale, balance on confir mation of sale by said Probate Court, a credit of one year will he given by the purchaser giving his promissory note for the remaining one halt of said purchase, money papable one year after date with interest thereon at ten percent, per annum from date until paid, principal and inter est payable only in Gold Coin of the United States, and securingthe payment of said promissory note by mortgage on the promises sold. DAVID TAYLOR. Administrator of the Estate of William McElvaney, deceased. Weaverville, California, December 4th, A. D.. 1879, decfl:4i. Notice to Creditors. IN THE 1*110HATH < OI KT of the County of Trinity, ktttlo ol Cali fornia. In the matter of the RHTJITR of JOHJ\'j§. t\ HO tin deceased: Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, the Administratrix ot the Estate ot John A. C. Geering, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them witli the ne cessary vouchers, within FOUR months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administratiix at her resi dence, on Mill Street, in the town of Weavcrville, in the said County of Trinity. LOUISE GfERING, Administratrix of the Estate of John A. C. titering, deceased. Dated at NVoaverville, Cal., Decem ber 5th, 1879. < decl3:5i. Notice to Creditors. IN Till: ■•KOHATK 4 01 ItT OF tlio Comity ofTriully, Slate of Call lorn In. In Hit Mmlltr of tht Ktltilt of M UJ.n/. nt'Mim, IiimiiI: Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Administrator of the Estate of William J. Dyer, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons hav ing claims Hgainst the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within FOUR months after tlio lirst pub lication of this notice, to the said Ad ministrator at his residence in the town of Weaverville, County of Trinity. Dated at Weaverville, December 4th, 18/9. DAVID TAYLOR, Administrator of the Estate of William J. Dyer, deceased. dec6:5i. Settlement Wanted. r PHE UNDERSIGNED hereby noti * lies all indebted to him individual ly, or to the old firm of Karsky & Abrnlim, that he has authorized lilr. I. Abralim to collect all such accounts. — Most of these are of long standing and the debtors are again requested to settle without delay and thereby save tho trou ble consequent on on forced col lections M. KARSKY. Weaverville, Sept. 24, 1879, tf. clothing. i. Pixcm l K*«'«»sKr I. PINCUS 4 CO HAVE RECEIVED An Immense Stock of FALL AM) WINTER GOODS! CONSISTING OF LADIES* and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS OF TIIK LATEST STYLES I READY MADE SUITS and DRESSES NEW ANI) NEAT! MILLINERY. FEATHERS*TRIMMINGS fancy ani> FASHIONABLE ! READY MADE UNDER CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS! RUBBER BOOTS. COATS and HATS BEST IN MARKET! VELVET FINISH SHAWLS. VERY HANDSOME ! GENTLEMEN’S EXTRA FINE CLOTHING LATEST AND BEST ! SUPERIOR LEATHER BOOTS IN GREAT VARIETY ! LADIES’ and CHILDREN’S HATS NEWEST FASHIONS! BOYS CLOTHING-ALL KINDS CHEAP AND GOOD! LADIES’ and CHILDREN’S SHOES And an immense assortment of all Goods usually kept in our line, besides many new and useful article*. I. PINCUS & CO. Wcaverville. Dee. 1, 1879. tf. J. R. R A Li C II (Fuller Templar Hall) Main 8t., Wenverville, lias just received a large stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING-1 FURNISHING GOODS, UNDERWEAR, HATS, BOOTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SCARFS, TIES, ETC. A Complete Assortment or Lullies Gents' ami Children's 'hosiery. Particular attention is called to my large and complete stock of MINERS’ GOODS! Which consists of a full assortment ol the very best Overalls, Duck Pants, Wool Hats, Hailed Boots, Blankets, and all other Goods in mv line. J. li. HALC4. Weaverville, Oct. 1, 1879. tf. D. HANSEN, UNDER ODD FELLOWS’ HALL, Main Htnrl, Weaverville, HAS RECEIVED largo additions to his Stock and now has a General Assortment of CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, STATIONERY, GROCERIES, UAIIDWARE. CUTLERY, CANDIES, TOBA.OOO, CIGARS, WINES, LIQUORS, PIPES, COAL OIL, LAMPS, CHIMNEYS, Fancy Goods, Playing Cards, Nuts, Toys and a groat variety of other articles. DKTLKF HANSEN. Weaverville, JnnY 1, 1879. tf MA.X LANG MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Q H O C K R 1 K 8 , P KO VISION || Ann WAKE. T 1 N-W A U E w inks * i.ittt'ons, (j " * E D mkat. |1KNKIttL KUCHA* DISK. SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to the manu facture of llytlruiillc IMpe, Tlu-wars ole. Order promrtly attended to. tf. FOR THE • TRINITY JOURNAL.” MISCELLANEOUS. RELIABLE INDEMNITY. IMPERIAL, of London, LONDON, of London, NORTHERN, of London, QUEEN, of Liverpool, FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES ItMl'i: A JOIST POLICY. AGGREGATE CASH ASSETS, $JS, 000,000. The Strongest and the Safest Fire Insurance Combination in the World. W. LAME BOOKEK, AGEN'T and ATTORNEY. KOBEKT DH'HNOX, MANAGER. C. W. CRAIG, Locai. Aoknt. P. A. LEEHEN, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, HAS ON HAND a full and eornplote assortment ot WATCHES, Clocks, JEWELRY, Silver and SILVER-PLATED WARE, SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES. Any Goods, not in stock, will be fur nished on the shortest pos.-ihle notice. All Roods warranted as represented, or money refunded. WATCHES, CLOCKS and Jewelry cnretul'.y repaired and warranted for One Year. MAIM STREET, WEAVERVII.LE. P. A. LEFREN. Weaverville, Nov. 14, 1879. tf fjontf u hi a l Company, OF CALIFORNIA. CAPITAL PAID IP IN GOLD - - $100,000' ASSETS, GOLD COIN VALUE • - 494,951 J. F. HOUGHTON, President, I'll Alt I.UN K. ftTOKY, Secretary. In Consequence of the death of It. Clifford, Ksq. the Agency of this 01.0 A \ O 1YUI.I. KNOW! ( AI.II OItOA Kltll’A\ V has boon placed in the hands of M. F. OKI K FIN, who will accept Applications, Adjust and I’ay bosses and manage the Company’s liusiness in Trinity County. OFFICE—Wells, Fargo & Co.’s Agency Woevervillo. M. F. UKIFFIN. Agent Homo Mutual Ins. Co. WoavorTille, Nov. loth 187SL 2m. PAU!Flc f?Tll Bi,EWERY suit STREET, WEAVERVILLE. JOHN MECKEL, - - Proprietor. T’HE UNDERSIGNED takes this A method of informing; the people of Trinity County that he i* prepared to furnish the BEST Lager Leer in Five nr Ton Gallon KEGS, to cus tomers in any part of thn County, without extra charge. BOTTLED BEER de livered to customers in Weaverville and vicinity, and For Sale at the Brewery. JOHN MECKEL. February 1st, 1879. ft LOUIS SCHALL, -DEALER IN nooTM aad SHORN. MAIN STREET, - - WEAVERVIUI P|L A full Assortment of Ladies’, Gentle men’s and Children’s BOOTS, SLIPPERS, SHOES, always on hand and for sale at Living Prices. par REPAIRING and CUSTOM WORK done kkatlt fitr and promptly. -9^ LOUIS SCHALL. Waavervillo, July 1, 1878. If. ltjmeer STEAM SAW-MILL BROWN’S CREEK. LUMBER ORDER. and on hand Building, , and made to Lumber Yards—Corner of Main and Mill Streets, Weaverville. Orders loft with M. Lang, Agent, or sent direct to tho Mill, will be promptly attended to. GEO. II. JUMPER. Weaverville, Nov. 1, 1878. tf MISCELLANEOUS. A. RUIFELT, Trinity Center, Cal. AGENT WELLS, FARGO & CO, AGENT FIREMAN’S INS, CO. Agent for all the Leading NEWSPAPERS. DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE CASH CUSTOMERS CAN BUY AT BED-ROCK PRICES! BUSINESS. ALL PARTIES KNOWING them. selves to bo indebted to me will please fettle their accounts by not* or otherwise, by the 15tb of Novombsr 1870. A. RUM FELT, Trinity Center, Sept., 24th. EDGAR t. REED. 1UV 10HN WHITMOM ImfSf KUPER, XARSKY & CO., DEALERS IIV GENERAL MERCHANDISE JUNCTION CITY, CAL «ItOCKRIKR, PKOVIMOX. IIAItltWARK, UN-WAKE, 1.1*41ORA, TOBACCO, Ac., Ac. DRY-BOOIIR, iLoriiixa, TKinniNus, ( NUKK-WEAR, BOOTN, NIIIIEH, BLANHKT* Etc., Cl*. OUR PRICES are as Lmv as »ny any other House doing business in this County, and to CASH CUSTOMERS Our Firm offers SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS! Call nod Examine Goods and Priest. W IIITMOKK ■* KEEII. Junction City, July 1, 18"S. tf CIIRIS. MECKEL, —dealer In- General Merchandise NORTH FORK. Trinity Co., - - California. A LWAYS OX HAND A Complete Assortment •( Groceries, Hardware, Dry-Goods, Clothing, Liquors, Tobacco, Crockery, Am) General Assortment of all Goods usually kept in n Country Store. 4'IIKItt. MECKEL. North Fork, May 3, 1878. it WEAVERVILLE and ALTOONA U. EXPRESS AID PASSENGER LINE. JOHN C. HOW, Proprietor Until further notice, I will make one trip per week between Weaverville and Altoona, by way of Minersville andTrin itv Center, louring Wearervill* *»* r f SUNDAY morning and Altoona *»*rf TUESDAY morning. Pa»*enger» and Freight carried at Living Price*. All orders and business intruitsd to me will receive strict attention. JOHN C. HOW. June 28th, 1878. ‘ CANON CITY EXPRESS. DAVIS Ac O’YSTEIIj, PKOI'RIKTOKS. _ T H E U N D F. R signad take this *>•* Lihod of informing tna ipublic that they er* ow making regular trips between wea verville and Canon City EVERY OTHER DAY Carrying Passengers and Freight. P* r * ticular attention will be paid to filing or ders for anything required by person* ing along the route. Charges moderate DAVIS $ O'NJSIL. April lOtb, 1879. “•