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*j* T*« hat ho Jg-tnlo lht publithcr prtftrriitg to do botinrtt pith Jdvtrtiotro direct. .Idvertlting- Motto fnraithtd oh application. Weaveryille, - - December 27,1879 K»U. OF HONOR. gtnscurrio* brckIpts iwrinu ihk past wkkk John McMurry SlO 00 John Mussor .... 10 00 Olney Phillips T 50 fisher Bros - 5 00 Ellis flowers..- 5 00 jll Browder 5 00 John Muncy 5 00 Kliason & Hurst 5 00 llush A Johnson 5 00 (luptlll & Maloney ... 5 00 Win. Clement - 6 IK) J. K. flags 6 00 MAT OP I.KTTKKH VTEAVBRVILLB post office, December 27th, 1870. Anderson, Chas. Espy, John Bradley, F. B. Hunter, Sinclair Day, Miss Mary Johnson, Edward Elliott, John Malone, Mrs. M. Mas. M. E. Kkllouq, P. M. HOME NEWS. Lewiston celebrated Christmas Eve with a Social Dance. Sk atino is said to bo stood on the res* srvoirs about the basin. In makingyour New Year settlements, don’t forget to pay for your paper. Don’t forget that Hansen has Rock and Rya, and that it is good forconsuBjp tion. John Shed and Louis Mooro have boen here with freight from Reading this week. There probably never was a duller Christmas in any country than the one just passed in Weavervilie. Midnight Mass was not celebrated at the Catholic Church Christmas Eve, owing to the extreme cold weather. Member* of the proposed Brass Band are requested to meet at the Journal Oiliee next Sunday afternoon ntl o'clock tharp. Nkw Ykar bids fair to rival Christmas in this section for extreme dullness, as we hear of no public observance of that near holiday. Miss Ida Atkins returned from the Napa Seminary this week and is spend ing the Holiday season with her parents at Bolt’s Hill. Members of Evening Star Robekah Dugrea Lodge, No. 35, are reminded that next Wednesday evening will bo their regular meeting night. Pav tour Taxes. —Remember that next week is the last one in which you car. pay property tax without the addi lien a I live per cent. Don't delay until the last moment. Probate Sai.k. —The second sale of roal estate belonging to the estate of Win. McElvar.ey, deceased, will take place in Iror.t of the Court House next Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Honeymoon.— Mr. A. S. Moss and bride left for San Francisco Tuesday morning immediately after the marriage ceremony, and will spend the Holiday aud Honeymoon season in the city. Lordei.l has been killing a large lot ef hogs this week preparatory to the man ufactnreof bacon and hams. Spare-ribs, tenderloins, etc., are plenty. This is the boss weather for that kind of business. A friend says he was very much sur prised the other morning when he reach ed out for his boots and found ho couldn’t lift them. The mystery was solved when ha discovered that they were froz •n to the floor. Goon Time. —While the stages from Beading are not quite making schedule time, they are credited with doing very well to get here by from 5 to 6 o’clock in the evening, the condition of roads be ing taken into consideration. Froze Up.—Cold weather the past week has greatly interfered with ths wa ter supply and materially lessened min ing operations ; it has only locked the wafer up for a time, as it will flow plen tifully again as soon as the thaw comes. Road Taxes.— County Clerk Estes re quests us to inform Roud Overseers that Tax Receipts for the year 1880 are now rsa dy for issuance and will be furnished to Road Oversoer in such quantities as they may desire, upon preper application. Drowned. —A Chinaman was drown ed in Weaver Creek at Mabie's crossing last Friday. Two of them were fording on mules, one came over saiely but the other “ hap die ” and floated down to the mouth of the creek whore his body was lound on Sunday. 1 mprotino.— Medical Superintendent Wilkins, of the Napa Insane Asylum, writes to County Judge Jones, that Chris. Wolsky recently sent from this county to that institution is improving rapidly ; so much so that his discharge is antici pated at an early date. End ok Volume XXIV.-With the present issue the Tri nitt Journal con cludes its Twenty-Fourth Year and Vol ume, and with next week will commence ths Twenty-Fifth Y ear of its existence. All residents of Trinity county who are not already subscribers should become •uch at once. Awful Cold.— The morning of De cember 24th was the coldest ever wit nessed in this section, the mercury fall *ngto4° above zero. At the steam saw mill on Brown'« Creek the thermometer •hewed 4° below, the •ame morning.— It has been very cold all the week, at •° several mornings. Weather Report . —During last FrW day, day and night, 2.66 inches ef rain fell, and from the 20th to the 22d, inclu sive, 6% inches of snow was added to the previous fall. The totals to date are : Rain, 21.58 inches; snow, 2634 inches; in all equivalent to about 24 inches of water for the season. Christmas Week.— Printers like a good time occasionally as well as other mortals and we have been indulging our selves a little this week—that is indulg ing in a good time—and so has our Fore man and our Angel and our Devil. Con sequently the Journal lias suffered and is not so full and complete as usual this week. Postponed.— Owing to the inclemen cy of the weather, which by the way is ■lot so bad as was anticipated a few days ago. Mr. H. W. Leonard postponed the Ball heretofore announced for Christmas Eve until New Year Eve. Those who desire to pleasantly dance the Old Year out and the New Year in should go to Douglas next Wednesday. New Officers.— The following offi cers of North Star Lodge, No. 61, I. O.- O. F. were elected Thursday evening : Wm. F. Junkans, N. G.; llenry Lorenz V.G.;C. W. Craig, R. S.; J. W. Philbrook, P. S.; A. Bowler, Treas.; T. E. Jones, Wm. Rule and Jas. S. Landis, Trustees. Installation will take place at next regular meeting. Georoe Klein, of Deadwood, came to town Wednesday. Ho will not return to Deadwood for some time. He is owner of the best quartz mine on Deadwood creek, Trinity county, and is secured in his right by Government patent. He and several other owners of ledges in the district have every assurance of realizing fortunes from their claims.— Shasta Cour ier. Christmas passed off quietly. Altho’ there was no public recognition of the day, many families had private Christ mas Trees for their little ones. Egg-nog and other Holiday liquids were dispensed liberally and good feeling reigned su preme about town. Everything being covered with snew and frost gave nature a real Christmas appearance, and assist ed in making the heart of the miner glad. Coasting.— Snow and cold, freezing weather have combined to make every thing favorable for coasting and the young folks—also some of the old —have had much fun sliding down hill on hand sleds. It is very enjoyable these bright moonlight nights, and tempted us to wish that wo wore a boy again. Fact is the temptation has been so strong this week that we couldn’t overcome it, and wouldn't if we could. A GoopOne. —Jack Bacon, whodiives on the Shasta route is acknowledged to he one of the most accommodating and pleasant of drivers and one who withal can appreciate a good joke, even at his own expense. The Shasta Courier of last week told the following on our friend : Jack Bacon is one of the conductors on the Shasta and Woaverville express line, and on a recent trip a lady passenger, who had innocently got his name trans posed, called him Mr. Ham several times. Jack finally snickered at the mistake and the passenger enqnired the cause of his merriment. On Jack remarking that his name was Bacon instead ot 11am, the confused lady apologised by : “Oh, ex cuse mo, I knew it was some part of a hog.” jack is afraid somebody will call him Mr. Sausage or “ Tenderline " next time. Death.— From the Waxahnchie (Tex as) Enterprise of December 12th we learn of the death of Gotlieb Baumgart ner, which occurred at that place on the 10th instant. Mr. B. will bo kindly re membered by many Trinity people, as he was a resident of this county in 1869 and 1870, being a partner with Gustav Thede in the Carter House at Junction City. It was doubtless a source of much satisfaction to his brother Blassius who went to Texas a fow months ago , to be at his brother’s death-bed. He also had a brother, Lawrence, resident at Waxa hachie. In concluding the notice of Gotlieb’s dentil, the Enterprise has this to say : “ He was a warmhearted, affa ble gentleman, a kind and affectionate brother, and will be gratefully remem bered by many friends.” VarloitM Cannes— advancing years, euro, sicknoss, disappointment, and hereditary pro disposition—all operate to turn the hair gray, and either of thorn inclines to shod premature ly. Ayer’s Hair Vigor will restore faded or gray, light or red hair to a rich brown or deep black, as may bo desired. It softens and cleansus the soalp, giving it a healthy action and removes ami cures dandruff and humors. Hy its uie (ailing hair is checked, and a now growth will bo produced in all cases where the follicles aro not destroyed or glands de cayed. Its offects aro beautifully shown on brashy, weak, or sickly hair, to which a few applications will produce the gloss and fresh ness of youth. Harmless and sure in its op eration, it is incomparable as a dressing, and is especially valued lor the soft luatro and richness of tone it imparts. It contains neith er oil nor dye, and will not soil or color white cambric ; yet it lasts long on the hair, and keeps it fresh and vigorous. 3 For Salk ay all Dealers. MOUNTAIN MARKET. Head of Main Street, emt WEATERTILLE. HENRY HINDLEY PROPRIETOR. Fresh NLeats Of the Best Quality, eon«tnnt)y on hand and for pale in quantities to suit, at the Lowest Rates. |ji<mt»r pRH'R p*i»p FAT BEEF CATTLE. OK Apply at Mountain Marhet to HENRY HINDLKT. Weayerville, Jan. 7. 1878. tf CLOTHING. I. ABRAHM, Has the Largest Stock and will sell the CHEAPEST I SOMETHING NEW, NEAT, NOVEL, NOBBY. LADIES’ I'XnKKWKAR, IVItKKWKAIt, l^ncitAVKAU, IMtKKAVKAH, oiiessks, iiiii>si:s. okl.ssls, DltANSKS, FIiANNKMi H.AAAKI.S, H.ASOIKLN, ri.A.A AEIJ«, SLITS, SLITS, sms. SUITS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS, WRAPl k KKN t HKAI'IMIIS. AV HA 1*1*1; KS, WRAI’PEKS, READY MADE! GIRLS’ (ISnERWKAR, 1) Si DERIVKAR, IMIKIIAA DAK, LN lll.ltAVKAII, SI'ITS, SLITS, SI ITS, SI ITS, DRESSES, HltLSSI.S. OltKSSKM. IHtKSSLS, READY MADE ! HOY S’ UNDERWEAR, I AIIKHAVDAK, I NDDIIWKAR, UNDERWEAR, SLITS, SI I IS, SI ITS, SLITS, FLANNELS, FLANNELS. FLANNELS. FLANNELS, READY MADE! HAND MADE WOOLEN GOODS! ■ IOOIW, HOODS, HOODS, HOODS. SCARFS. SCARFS, SCARFS, St A RFS. JACKETS, JACKETS, JACKETS. JACKETS. SII AWES, SHADES, SHADES, SHADES, FINE ASSORTMENT SHOES, SHOES, SHOES, SHOES. SUFFER*. SUFFERS. SUFFERS. SUFFERS. ROOTS. HOOTS, ROOTS, ROOTS, WAITERS. WAITERS. WAITERS, WAITERS, in every variety, bought nt reduced price* end fold cheeper then ever. Rubber Roots for Ladies, Boys and Gents. In the MILLINERY line. I have everything that may he wanted by Lady, Miss or Child, including the celebrated PINAFORE Hats and a full line of Trimmings of all kinds. DRESS WOODS. DRESS WOODS, DRESS WOODS, DRESS WOODS, CASHMERES, CASHMERES, CASHMERES, CASHMERES. TRIMMISfWS, THIMMIKWS. TKIMMISWS, TRIM MOWS, A full line of Cashmere* of all color* with SilK and Velvet Trimmings to match. All of the Latest Styles. Particular attention is directed to my complete and satisfactory system of furnishing KID GLOVES which I have just perfected. I am now prepared to furnish Superior Kid Gloves made to order at the celebrated DA NI CHKFF Glove Factory, San Francesco. Every pair warranted to Nt and made rom the best imported dock. My Stock of Gentlemen’s CLOTHING far surpasses anything ever broughthere, both in the quality of the material as well as in the make up and finish. The stock comprises a full line of latest style of DIAGONALS and other fine test urns. Also a complete assortment of OVERCOATS of new style. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T. E. JONES, COUNTY JUDGE. WEAVERVILLE • - CALIFORNIA O F FI C E Court House Bntldlnf. Deeds drawn and acknowledgments taken. Regular Chamber Day, Wednesday of each week. jani JOHN G. IRWIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, —ANI) — NOTARY PUBLIC, WEAVERVILLE, - - CALIFORNIA OFTIf E—Court Uouae Building;. Will practice in all the Court* of the Ninth Judicial District. 1‘artieular Attention paid to securing tiovernment Patent* to Mineral and Agricultural Land*. jani C. E. WILLIAMS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WEAVERVILLE, - - CALIFORNIA. O F F I c E—Court Home Building. Will Practice in tho Ninth Judicial Distriat in the I>i*trict and inferior Court*. AI1 business strictly attended to. jani! CLAY W. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SHASTA, - - - CALIFORNIA O F F I <’ E—Charter Oak Building Will Practice in all the Court* of tho Ninth Judicial District. Special Attention paid te Land Case* boforo the Register and Kecalrcr of the U. S. Land Office at Sha»ta, jani Dr. J.C. MONTAGUE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, WEAVERVILLE, - - CALIFORNIA. County #*/*yetcian and Phyeician to the Herman Hoepital Society, OFFICE-At Ills Itenlilnii corner of Court and Center Street. • jatri JOHN LORD, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, WEAVERVILLE, - - CALIFORNIA. OFF1 <'E—At Ilia Itealdauaa, Court Street, above tho Union Hotel. janS Dr. T. J. HOLDEN, DENTIST. Having loentod in Wenvorville, and being fully prepared to do all work which may offer in PRACTICAL DENTISTRY, I take pleas ure in inviting tho patronugoof tho .citizen* of this and adjoining towns. All work war ranted to give satisfaction. Oflico at tho Now York Hotel. T. J. HOLDEN. Weavorville, Deo. 10, ltffll. tf. *** DENTISTRY I)i*. \V. LINDSAY, LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO. Has opened an office at the Union Hotel, where he will he prepared to perlonn Skillfully end Well ell operations in the Dental Profession. Weaverville, Nov. 20, 1879, tf. W.S. LOWDEN, U. S. DEPUTY SURVEYOR, IVEAVKRVILLK, - - CALIFORNIA OFFICE —Hill llred, abore his Residence. Civil Engineering promptly at tended to, end Special Attention paid to the surveyor Mineral and Agricultural Lauds. FRANK W. YOUNG, NOTARY PUBLIC. WEAVERVILLE, - - CALIFORNIA. OFFICE— llmik tirliui(« Heloou. Deeds Drawn and Acknowledgments Taken. Resident Agent for the /.oiarfvw g hivrpoal tC Ulvht, t‘i h /v'.n.f. v 9 rvjvn, JYorlh ttriiiah tC JltneelHi FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES, -~AWD TH«— MAN RATTAN LI KB INSURANCE CO. MINERS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS Rcquiroig Rough, Planed or Matched LUMBER Can get the Heat Article at Lowest- Price by ordering troui STEAM SAW-MILL ! OHRGON GULCH MOUNTAIN. T & O Ceiling and Flooring, RUSTIC Siding, ana nil common sixes of Rough I, urn her always On Hand at Mill. Orders left with H. Junkana, Weaver ville, or at the Mill, will receive prompt attention. WHITHMRE * CO. Junction City, July 1, 1878, tf MASON & THAYER, DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE DOUGLAS CITY, CAI> MISCELLANEOUS. S ! j* WM. B. SANDFORD, > ** PRACTICAL J)«rse, £ip ail's JL. P A INTER. SHOP UNDER MOUNTAIN MARKET. WHJTK.VI.V«. rjHKH !.>•« ..4 WKJWM'U, « Upteialty. I'nrtlriilHr Attention Klvcn to the IMtintlnir of t'orrlHife*. IVi>|[nn> Etc. t'lntritea niiMl.rnte. null Nntl.ntetlou irunrnuteed. WM. U. SANDFORD. Weaverrillo, Juno 1st. lSTCt tf. M. GRIFFIN, MAIN STBEET, WEAVEBVILLE, DRAWS SIGHT DRAFTS ON THE PACIFIC BANK AN FRANCISCO. Highest Price PAID FOR GOTH DUST. LOCAL AUKXT FOR THE PHCENIX &l HOME Fir. lu.urnuee Companion. If. M. F. GRIFFIN. HENRY JUNKANS, Main Street, Weaverville, DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, PROVISIONS, TIN, COPPER AND BRASS WARE. CROCKERY, PAINTS AND OILS, CLASSWARE, FLOUR, GRAIN, BRAN, SHORTS. LIQUORS, CURED MEATS, TOBACCO, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. nYI>RAlTV*V<' PIPK, TIM WARE, KTC., manufactured to order, on short notice and at llo&Monuble Kates. AUKMi Y of the inflOBf InsnniNM Company of San Francisco. Highest Price paid for (K)U) DUST. Sight Drafts drawn on San Francisco at Par. HKNKY JUNKANS. Weaverville, Jan. 2, 1S78. tf. JOHN MARTIN. t WII0LU8AL8 DKALKR IN FLOUR, GRAIN, BRAN and SHORTS MAIN STREET. WKAVEKVILI E © TAMMANY © SALOON, MAIN STREET. WEAVERVILLE. ALEX. LOVE, Proprietor. A F1«E M A RULE- TOPPED BILLIARD TABLE, ALWAYS IN GOOD ORDER. NONE BUT THE BEST Wines, Liquors and Cigars SOLD AT TUB BAR. Call and See, tf ALEX. LOVE. MISCELLANEOUS. TICKNF.R IlCKNER, Burnham urnham &C8., —OF THE WHITE HOUSE, CHICO, CALIFOENIA. OUR FALL STUCK Is Larger and Better than ever and notwithstanding the general advance in prices of Staple Goods we are enabled to offer DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY, SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS, FANCY GOODS CORSETS, GLOVES, etc Lower than ever and Better in Quality. We are the Sole Agents for “WARNER’S HEALTH CORSET.” And the Celebrated Laced ‘'FOSTER” KID-GLOVE TICKNER, BURNHAM & Co., Tlio White IIoiimo, octO CIIICO, CAL. THE EYE8 ! THE EYES ! DR. E. II. PARDEE, OcullMt iiinl Aiu'ImL A FT Kit A IMtOTKAtTKD BMNIt ness of more than five year*. Dr. Pardee bus made Iiiiu^olf thoroughly and sciontilical ly acquainted with all Diseases of the Eye and in now practicing with usuccess not sur passed in the United States. All operation* performed, Hindi an Strabise in us, or cross-eyo, Cataract by linear extruor lion, Depression or A hsorptioii, Ftorygiiim. c flonliy membrane growing over the eye, Heaue, tion of Staphyloma, or bulging out of the oy* Artificial I'upil, Fistula, Lao hry in alia, or clo - ing of the tear pAHsugo, and all deformities of the Lids. eto. Artificial Ky« inserted without the ImiHt »ain. and all the iiioveinoniH and irilllancy of the real eye. A I ante aHHortment constantly on hand and for Hale at reasonable prices. The Doctor'll Eye Hath for the treat oient and cure of all nervous discuses is used all over thin count. Thankful to those physicians who havo sent him eases for operation, he hopoM that his unl versulj suceoss will warrant a continuation ol their confidence. 11 in celebrity its an operator Ih oo-extonsivu with kin success, hm patients are present in a themselves, for treatment and operations, from New York and lioston, almost monthly. Many patients can bo seen at the Doctor'll office daily, in different sluices of re covery. Ovkkk— fl'2l t’lwy Ntrcct, (Over th« (.day •Street Havings Hank), San Francisco. TAKK N«TI(K.“J Limr it mol to bt btlltvtd though A« §p*mkt Ih0 Irmi A.” lteports are in circulation through the upper country that I have retired from business, that I have gone to the Atlantic States, that I am in Europe. «lre., Ac. To those Interested i will say that the report has been gotten in circula tion for the furtherance of other parties, who are trying to obtain, illegitimately, an eye practice. The report has been “turfed by an itinerant mountebank, and without the least truth, as f am at my office daily, and attending to about sixty daily putionts. K. II. PAKIIKK, Oculist, 621 Clay Stroet, myVr\r. SAN FRANCISCO. WCiVERTllill DRUG AND BOOK STORE, AMT MI DC MAIN MTKF.CT, WKAVBRV1LLK. J. DARNICKKL, Proprietor. Alwaya on hand a largo atoek of th« very boat gualitiea of URl'UN, FKUFI'MKHIEM, BUOUN, MTATIONKBT Cutlery, Blank Hooka, N t: WMI'A I*i:UM anil MAUAZINK* ttARDF.M MKCDM, KUs., Ctc. # HKD t'INEN, Albnana, Fancy Uooda A Liberal Oiaoount will be allowed to Outaide Uaalera purchasing in uuantitiea. janiS-tf. J. BAHN1CKKL. ASK YO It DONNOLLY’S YEAST POWDER BEST BH AND IN HA BEET. HOTELS. NEW YORK HOTEL, —a*n— STAGE HOUSE, NT REST, WEAVER VILI.E. JAMES MORRIS, Proprietor. Thl« FIRE-PROOF HOTEL o#«n superior Inducements tu both trareling and resident public, in the way of eioellent BOARD AND I.DO«IN« The rooms are all on the second floor, an are ke|<t in the best of older. The TABLE is at all times supplied with THE BEST that the market affords, and it shall intheftature as in the past be my aim to keep a first-class hotel. A share of publio patronage is respect fully solicited. jan.2 JAMES MORRIS. UNION HOTEL, C° l KT " T “ KKT WEAVKRVILLR. VOLI.MERS & PAULSEM, Props letore. We are glad to announce to our eld frlsndt and patrons, and the publio generally, that we are prepared to entertain them with ' BOARD AND I.ORU1NM. UY THK PAY OR WKKK. We have eemfortablo Double Rooms for families ; also a largo number of rooms and buds for the accommodation of other guests The TABLE will always be furnished with the BEST TIIATCAN 1IK HAD, and no pain will be spared for the accommodation of these who favor us with their patronage. jan2. VOLLMK11S A PAULSEN. EMPIRE HOTEL. M A, N -TKKKT. WEAVKltVILLB. WILLIAM CONDOH, Proprietor. The undersigned desires to inform his (Viands and the publio that hu has fitted his new hotel building with Single and Double Rooms, and is new fully propared to furnish tha BICAT HER AND BOARD MY TIIK PAY OK WKKK, that san be bad in this section. Everything possible will be dune to accommodate patrons. The IIA It Is always supplied with good Wins* Liquors and Cigars. aug'2. WILLIAM CONDON. Delinquent Sale Notice. Dixon iiak Mining and iiydmn llr Cuni|>auy. Locution of Principal Place ef Busi ness, Sun Francisco, California. Locatinn of Work., Lower Trinity District, Trinity County, California. NOTICE—There ere delinquent upon the following described stack, on account of assessment (No. 1) levied on the 27th day of October, 18711, the several amount, •cl opposite tlm inline) ot the respective shareholders, an follow) : No. of No. of Names Oort .Slum* Auit Adams drove 2 llNI ( 10(10 UiltoUO K Trustee ia 703 70 (llllett 0 K Truatoe II 70.7 70 7H (ijilottO K Trustee 17 703 70 70 (iillvll (! K Trustee 10 (MM III O (liIInltO K Trustee 24 1773 177 .70 (lilloll 0 H Trimloo 2) 3030 3Hf. (» (iiiu.tr t! K Trimloo 20 3730 373 00 I 111 loti 0 K Truiteo « il7.i0 873 01 11 urn i I ton ,1 W A 100 10 00 JaiilOS Samuel 4 UNI 10 00 And in accordance with law, and aa order of tho Heard ef Director., made on the 27th day of October, 1070, »o many • haroH of each pared of auch sleek a. may ho necessary will ho .old at pualio auction, at the ollhc of Parker Critten den, Room 2.3, Merehnrit.’ Exchange ituiidmg, San Francisco, Cal., oa TIIENIIAY, the Thirtieth <1ey •( De. maker, 1(71. at the hour ef 1 o'clock r. w., erf .aid day, to pay .aid delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs ef adver* ing and expenses of aele. C. K. UILLETT, Secretary. OryiftB—211 Mnnaome St., Rooms 0 A 7, San Francisco, (California. decl.3:td. CLOiSmG OUT ! I offer far Male any entire IlMh ef tienerel Nrrclmndlaa, tocalkat with l.euae or hale of (tor*. All having .•Inline a.uluat me will plena# pre> Kent them. Tliuar 1 Udelltert to me will, I trnet, not delay to settle by 4'nah er Netee. ■lave to be oil by the First of October neat. N. HOCKER. fl’enrervllle, August lb. III#. ROCK AND RYE ! The lateat end the beat ol Cold Weather Beverages. TRY IT ! For sale in quantities te auit. 2i. D. HANSEN. Bridge Notice. TUOTICl? IS HEREBY GIVEN that is the undersigned will apply to the Honorable Board of Super, [sort of Trin ity County, at the February Term, fora renewal of License to keen e Toll Bridge acrott Trinity River at Lewiston. O. PHILLIPS. Lewiston, Deo. 9, 1879. dec!3:td. GUPTILL & MOLONEY, DEALERS IN Gonoral Morohnndlse, XIsTIDIA.IST CREEK, TRINITY COUNTY.