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ak » : n . ciokttii fi cl 11 or • •HOVIIJX, FRIDAY, Alt IST 29, IBSC. VITIO.VU, DLnOCKATIC YOWVUIOAS. FOR PRESIDENT,» J.IAMKS hi cii anan, _Of PENNSYLVANIA, FOR VICE PRESIDENT. j.ioiin c. m«KCKi.\mi>Gi:,i JOF Kr.NTI'CKV.' Regular Denorratlr Count* Aomiiialiwu*. f(»K MUMMER* OF AHHKMMIY. JAMES S. LONG, 11. J. MORRISON. JOR CORONER, DR. J. D. DROWN. k r)EM(K R\TU- STATK ((IWKNiIOV; ft i n niciiiiiLf of tin* California Hnnocratic State Central Coirnnlltoe, lwl<l in Urn city of Sacramento, on tli>- lOlli ilny of July. IMrt, it wa* resolved Hint n Democratic Stale Convention Icalled. to meat in I In' city of Sacramento. on 11 lis I»A Y, Iho dth day of September iioxl, for llir pnr|(imo of nointnatinu two ini'inlii r* ofCointreas, n • Irrk of llio Supreme i <mrl, n Superintendent of Public Inal ruction, u Btate Prison Director, mul four Presidential Electors Tli.' Bliile Conlrul Coinn iltco suififeHt that Salnr lay . (lie 23d ilny of A moist, bo the tlay aolecled by ibo different counties for the election of Delegate* to ► uni Democratic State Poll vent ion. The following is tbe apportionment of representa- Yu’ Bv order : R. F. WASHINGTON, Chair’n. It. F. Powell, Secretary. R n*' Democratic papers throughout the Stuto please copy Orovillt* liiiciliaiian C lub. r The regular meetings of this Ciub are held <m Thursday Evening of each week at the United Slates. It. I), II \KUIM, Uec. Sec’y, Thanks —We are, under a thousand obligations to (!.B Fowi.kr, Ksi* . for a copy of the Marysville Express Extra, containing the news of tint arrival of Hie Steamer Golden Aire IT* VVe surrender a large portion of tins morn- ( iug’s paper, Do the important news brought by the Steamer Golden Age. Con e Mint cm —Why sliould the llluck Republicans bo considered an economical party? Ilocause ‘•Nat ural oolor needs no paint, and natural odor no per fumery.’’ Mining on Wwt Branch. —Our friend. Col. Staunton, has just returned from a trip to Mcssilla valley, Spanish Town, and Chub Gulch, and gives most Haltering 'accounts of ming in those localities. Jif-RowK & Smith’s Pioneer Circus will visit us again, for one day only, on Sunday, Sept. 7th. We can stand such amusements as this magnificent Equestrian Company offer os. They are good all the time. They are alwayr new. When we look at their per formance wo are witnessing something that cannot be excelled. Key Hole Mining Company, —This com pany has just got down in their claim, and ave struck it rich. With three men in five days they took out two hundred and forty dollars. Business Sio-ns. —We have, without any doubt. Artists of all kinds in Oroville, that would compete probably with those of any Town in the State, more particularly do we head the list in fancy Sign and Ornamental Painting. The sign of Watson's News Depot, which is to be mounted on the new brick office, is one of the most beautiful pieces of workman ship that we have seen in many a day. It is the work of our neighbor, Mr. Hay den, to whom it does great credit. Signs, like adverliniHg. will tell. Negro Insolence —The Times, the Ne gro organ of State, published at Sacramento, calls the Democracy of Butte “the Drom edaries.” If this is a specimen of their in solence now, what would it lie if they should happea to got office 7 Negro official inso lence? Wh*e men would be «» trhar. It a white man expresses the belief that the Republicans belong to the human family, negro-like, the Republicans retort, by call ing the white man an animal. Correction. —La France, the person men tioned by us a few days since ns having shot himself through the arm, in an affray at Pike Hill, says the statement published by u» is incorrect, and furnishes the following account of the affair. He went Irom here to lowa Hill, where his wife resides This state ment is furnished by the Editors of the lows Hill News, who also vouch for his re spectability and standing We cheerfully publish the correction. He says that on Sunday, 17th inst., while passing the house of M r Barnhart, at Pike Hill, a friend of Barnhart called him into the house. lie went towards the hou*c, and had some words with him, (B.'s friend.) Barnhart interfered, and La France, knowing that Barnhart was a larger and stouter man than he, told him if he would lay his hand on him he would shoot him. Being no doubt considerably excited at the time, be put his hand in his breast and grasped his pistol, and doubtless I cocked it, and it immediately exploded, the contents passing through the lower part of his arm near the wrist fie did not try to shoot Barnhart, as stated in the Record, His arm was dressed by a physician in Oro ville. Next morning, he was at Park’s Bar, on the Yuba, and another physician dressed his arm there. He left Park’s Bar, and was followed by this same physician and two other men, who arrested him at the Empire Ranch, took him Iwtck to Timbuctoo, and brought him before a Justice of the Peace, who asked him some few questions, and immediately i discharged him. How is It. —How’ is it thut Gov. Johnson, who a short time since was ready to spend a million of the public funds to equip regi ments to march against the Committee ol Vigilance at San Francisco, cannot appro priate one dollar towards organizing a small company to put down those organized bands of robbers which now infest every part of the State ?— Sac. Times. It is because the Vigilance Committee have the State arms, and refuse to give them up, even for the protection of the defenceless j inhabitants of the North, who arc being mur dered by inhuman savages, and of our citi zens who are being plundered by organised bands of villains. Never in the history of California, has crime been so rite as it Ims j been under the reign of the Vigilance Com- j mittce. They have plundered the State of 1 the means of protecting her citizens, and j are incapable of doing it themselves, and i yet the authorities are tauntingly asked why they do not protect our citiicns from bands of thieves and merciless savages! Thus adding insult to injury, and turning their victims over to be murdered and plun dered by savages and thieves. Is the Times answered ? The Question Settled.— The Satramen to American says : A vote was taken in a saloon, in this city, the other evening, which resulted as follows : For Fillmore 7 “ Buchanan 1 “ Fremont 1 We arc not afraid to wager that it was a regular rot gut saloon, where topers most do congregate, or the vote of Buchanan would have been larger. Show u» a well kept house, and we will guarantee a better vote. —Marysville Express. The City Hall of San Francisco, which has cost nearly IjHOO.OfIO, is adver tised by the Sheriff to be sold to-day, for a debt of #86,000. If it is sold, the City lose Mtr half a million of dollars! Why don’t the Vigilante, who have usurped the go vernment.'save this for the people ? San Francisco Liquoa Store. —Our friend Charley Brown has established him self in Randall & McDermot’s brick block, in the Wine, Liquor aud Cigar business. He has a choice lot of goods and stands rca dy to supply the trade at fair living prices. See his advertisement. Counting the CVvst —There are about four thousand Indians on the Grand Rhonde Reservation, Ooregon ; of whom eight hun dred are warriors; the rest arc squaws and children. They require fifty beeves and ! twenty -five hundred pounds of flour per week, to keep them; making the cat! to the , Government about #1 JJ.OuQ a year. The j Oregonians think the plan of feeding them ; cheaper, but not so effectual as fighting them. U err«n z»Court stios.—-The Republican Htnte Convention met at Sacramenlo jeslerday, and or gvnixed by thoommf Hen. Chaa It. 8 Williams, President, and a Vice President from each county in the State, among which appears the name ol C Lincoln «t Butte. Thena» , « of C. <». Lincoln and John Dick, of U«t» county, have been pf"P<”*'d as candidate* for lUiu.lt KepbUoan Presidential Klee tors A mortal the namea proposed fur Congress; is that of l«wia Onnuiiiitlumi, of Marysville. He de clined beiuK hcandidate, whereupon '-lie 1 '-...vi iiiion refused to let bun decline. Ho i* supposed to be a mor - t uuoi. and they evince a .iMvaruiuialiou to ‘•lap hi* tank.*’ The K'V. Mr. My*** opeood the Convenilon with .prayer, afer wh.cd Uie; alga •odd to the old Onrkey tune of— •q bet my money on the long-heeled nug. Du dah, du dah day.*’ From the California K*(ir«!»a f.xira. Arrival of the Golden Apr* San Fh anctsco, Aug 28—11:30 a. m. The I’. M. 8. S. Co s steamer Golden Age arrived here this morning, bringing London d ites to the 21st July, and N. . and Bos ton to the 4th August* Ernnvt AN News. —European news to the 21st July. The proposals for the set limit nt of the Central American question made t" the British government by Mr. Balias had transpired in England, through the medium of the London Times, and had given gener il satisfaction They may he briefly sum med up as follows; San Juan to become a free port under the sovereignty of Nicaragua; the Mosquito Indians to be concentrated on a territory clearly defined ns to extent, and nn annual pension to be paid to the chiefs; England to restore Island Bay tothc State of Honduras; Balixe to remain in possession of the Eng lish. witli the same limits as in IBuo. Easi ly. a portion of territory to be taken across Central America, in order to establish a communication between the two oceans. Tho chief feature of interest in the news is the critical position f" which the liberal party have brought in Spain by the success of the recent roup i/'ttctl on the part of the Queen, or rather of the Christian Camarilla aided by the treachery of Colonnfa. It ap peal s that the latter, in order to further the I object of the conspiracy, hail concentrated about 18,000 troops in Madrid, with whom, 1 after eighteen hours desperate resistance, lie succeeded in disarming the citizens and National Guards It wus reported that Es partero had been arrested in the Capital, but the rumor required confirmation. In Aragua the popular party were victo rious and the revolution was certain to ac quire strength, from the fact that a legal quorum of the Cortex had assembled at Bar agosa, and proclaimed the Constitution. — Another circumstance which was likely to aid the popular cause, was the fact that a Convoy of 13,000,000 of francs from the cred it of Mohilier, which had entered Spain pro uious to the news of the insurrection being received in Franco, would have to pass through the district, through which the lib erals were in greatest force The exile Chris tians with Nnrrac* a 3 their head, were has toning from Paris to the frontier, and the French Emperor had ordered a force of 5,0t>0 cavalry to assemble on the frontier us a measure of precaution. Congressional. Washington, Monday 28th. A resolution culling on the President to communicate whatever information he may have respecting affairs in California, with reference to the operations of the San Fran cisco Vigilance Committee, and whether ap plication has been made bv the Governor of that State for aid in enforcing the laws, was adopted. An unsuccessful attempt was made to take up the Senate bill for the admission of Kan sas. The motion to suspend the rules in order to enable the Select Committee to report on the Pacific Railroad bill, was negatived and subsequently 10,000 copies of the report were ordered printed- The House went i«so Committee of the Whole on the Army appropriation bill. An amendment that no part of the military force of the Federal Government should be employed in Kansas in enforcing the exist ing laws and otherwise carrying out the doctrines of the Free State party, with re gard to the Territory, w;w adopted by a vote of 88 to Wb In the Senate, on Thursday, the bill di recting the payment of the California War Debt Bonds upon order of the Commissioners, was passed. On the -Tlst, in the House, P. S Brooks, of South Carolina, appeared, was duly quali fied, and took his seat. The consideration of the Kansas contested election case, was resumed. The resolution ousting Gen. Whitfield, was adopted—llo to 02. The resolution giving the vacant scat, was rejected—Bß to 113. The H< nse also refueed to give Reedei's per diem and mileage. Col. John W. Gcaiy of Pennsylvania, has been appointed Governor of Kansas, in place of Wilson Shannon, removed. The Union Democratic State Convention at Syracuse, nominated the following ticket: Governor, Amarin J. Parker; Lieut Gov ernor, John Vanderbilt, of King, 11 S.; Canal Commissioner, John L. Russell, of St, Lawrence 8. S ; S. P. Inspector, M. Bre men, of New York, S. 8.; Clerk of Court of Appeals, H. 0. Warner, of New Vork, 11. S. The ticket for Presidential Electors is headed with the names of Addison Gardiner, S.. and I). L. Seymour, H. The District Delegates were nearly equal ly divided between tbc two factions. Toe California Land Bill confirming grants issued prior to January Ist, rejected by a decided vote. Fortification appropriation embraces, for fortifications at Alcatros Island, S. F. Buy, California, £200.000; for fortifications at Fort Point, entrance S. F. Bay, California, 5»«lo0 OOj. Herbert has been acquitted of tbc murder of Keating, and again occupies his seeat. He made an unsuccessful attempt to intro duce a resolution, authorizing the interven tion of the U. 8. Land and Naval forces in San Francisco affairs. Senator Pratt of Maryland, an Old Line Whig has published a letter to the Whigs ot his State, informing them that ho shall do all he can to aid the election of Buchanan nd Breckin ridge. KENTUCKY ELECTION. In Qlascow, Frankfort, and Shelbyville, the American ticket has received majorities ranging fjotu 100 to 120. In Lexington, all the American elected except Marshall, the Democratic candidate, having 80 majority. The returns received iuuicate large to Democratic party The returns from Missouri, is lur a.® r<*. ceived, indicate (he election of Francis P. Blair to Congress front the St E m Biitrict and the success of the cloctiv** Benton *ici t' The vote for Benton in St. Lmis, wa56,139; Ewing. 4.063; Polk. 2,16 V. The Commissioner* at Panama from the ! United States, having performed their du ties, have returned hon e. I The British have seven men of-war at The Penama Star states that Kivas is for tifying himself against I'alker, and con tends that he is still President. A Faim'nt. —The Mountain Dnnocrni says that the Know Nothing meeting, held at Pincerville the other day, was a complete failure. Tnr Initial Qir-tion.— -The newspaper* being somewhat exercised on th* initmlity (it I may coin a word) of the approaching Presidential contest. I beg that I hey * ill wait patiently till Nov .when the mystery will be made plain, and they will be fully «niti ul• 1. For example, the friends of the “ double B ticket (Buchanan and Breckenridge ) on ask ing information ns to the state of the polls, as the lightning flashes the report from va rious portions of the country, will discover that their chances are *• Better and Better The “double F” men (Fremont and Fill more) will find their votes to have been “ Few and Far between.” And the friends of the “ double P's” ( Ibiytnn and Bnnelsoii,) wdl receive the melancholy intelligence that their candidates are B-ying and B ead.— liichmmul Knijuir* r. - Indian War on King's Bivkr. —The San Joaquin lit publican learn troiu Mr. 8 W. Allen, who lias just returned from King's Hiver, that serious difficulties have broken out between the settlers and the Indians in that vicinity. The trouble has grown out of cattle thieving depredations committed by the Indians. The settlers demanded the punishment of tho thieves, but receiving no reply, a party started out in pursuit and engaged the Indians in battle. The tight lasted several hours, and six Indians were killed and a portion of the stolen property recovered. Further ditheulties is appre hended. Thanks to II P>. Gain hum, for papers of late date. Also the obliging Watson for usual favors. We arc under ob igations to Bob O’Neal, for Marysville and Sacramento papers, and other favors. Ititi ns ami Mann inks. —If you wish a fine article, at a fuir price, go the Oroville Drug Store, on Mont gomery street, near the Orleans Hotel. aug22 III.IYIOKIi IMO.V (Lilt. Tli*' Regular Meetings of the Fillmore l iilon ( luh will he he'd on every Tuesday and Friday evenings, at the Cl.I ll ROOM, in the r. S. Hotel. ang'i'J F. 0. AYRES, Secretary. ROWE & CO.’S w w W f PIONEER CIRCUS! JOSEPH A. HOWE JOHN SMITH. PROPRIETORS, fBTHIS elegant establishment—abend of all others I that have ever appeared in the Slate is now on its second trip through the mines,and w ill perform in OROVILLE Sunday.* Sc*pi4*inlu*r 7lli, IH.Vi. Alterations have been effected in the general role ofamusemeuts, comprising an entirely .New Routine of Scenes and Acts —embodying among them: THE DOUBLE PERCH; CRYSTAL PYRA MIDS; PLYING BAH ON THREE HORS ES; GLOBE PERCH; TYROLEAN SWAINS; DUPLICATE LADDERS; With Ibc Uanrliig ilorsr AHOMS. The above is a part of the New Moln to which our kind patrons will he treated. And when we name (he culsbralt d Wl/ZAHD BUGLER, From New York, Mr. R. Willis, as '.wader of the Hand, our cap will he brim full. ADMISSION—Dress Circle $2 !>it 81. The Internal arrangements and accomnnslation which this Company have, lor the comfort of fami lies ate superior to all others. OH AS. PKLI,. Agent. NOTICE. 41,1. PKROONS holding Stock in the South Fen . tber Water Co., who have failed to pay their assessments, are herehv nut died that unless said nr reurages an* paid in full within thirty days from the dale hereof, such shares of Stock, or so rmny of them as will he necessary to satisfy said arrearages and accruing cost, will lie sold at aucdmi to the high est bidder, at the Eagle Hotel, Korhestown, on Wednesday, Ist day of October next, at It o’clock A. M ~ in the manner prescribed by Statute. J!y Order wf the Trustees. J. WARREN MASON. Sec’y. Forbestown. Aug. tilt. 1 Ssti, atWld Tin: SOVEREIGN PEOPLE ! OF ALL PARTIES AUK HEREBY CAPTIONED N(»T TO FORGET . in the heal of publics, that the DRLTI HToREoI RANDALL & McDERMOTT Has been removed to the new Eire Proof Brick Build ing on Montgomery street, first house above Hun. toon’s where will be (mind the largest, cheapest, and best sle k of Drug*. Mrtlicines, Caiuptiene, Oils*, A.C., &c., In Northern California REMEMBER Tio- PEACE *r>d ’ <• so, rail liefer', purchu dig elsewhere. Ofuv.ite, August •17, ISjfi. aug27-tf BANKERS. McWilliams & tymesox,j BANKERS, NEW llitli'K IHII.DISG-CORNFK Mi NTOOM* I UY AM) Ml ERS ."IKI.I TS on o viuLE. GOLD DUST BOUGHT At tfcr Highest Rates. Chockf* t\t IT rt v ! ON .M A R YSV 11.1 E SA(IMVEVH) CITY ANH SAN I RANCIBCO SIGHT DRAFTS For Sate, on nil i!.«• Frit.i i| nl Atlantic Ciie*. t *r HUM .SITS rm ivnl. Special iml mieiwue. July 14, (Will. JyH lf C. 11. M **’V, C I. I.'’M - . I*. K. LO* - - ill AC V, LOW & CO., B A IST K EES, CORNER i'F I' lA/ A. aM» II IF. 11 S I K »- 1 T, MARYSVILLE GOU 1> IT ST I*l IK’ II A SKI) AT THE HIGHEST RATES.. OK FOHM AIM) KOTO THE MINT H'K COINAGE* ell oclt « n t r* /I T*, ON GARRISON. MORGAN. FRET/, \ KAI.SToV, SAN FRANCISCO Wr art* prepared In draw >l l •11 1 IN) II \\* * I. 11 11 \i osiis. (Tiaui.es M( »u»; an \ (’•>.. n itv v«*kk A No. mi tlm ntlii-r principal Eastern (.Tile. Marv*ville. Augiial 4, IKi>.'i. aut-lt MARYSVILLE ASS A V omtE ! I HARRIS, M ARC HAND *V CO., K iiiici iirnr the imucr of Sicmid sta rt, M.mysriLLK. A 1,50—107 •! SIUEET, SACRAMENTO. Will eniiliime In curry on the business nf Melting, Asssniiiß aoJj n an i> o /« i-: .S’ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Al e guarantee tin* etimtlw*** of our Assay*. mid bind ourselves In |»>y any ditfereaees lhal may with any of Hie ('. S, MINTS. Return* uiadu i« I' six lu iwhlvij hoin** r IN BARS OR COIN SI'KIIMKNS OK Ml ART/. AsSXVKDANP VaI.I KP. TERMS FUU ASSAYING: I lit* same as in San Francisco. IE HARRIS, d, m \ri hand, C. 1,. FARRINGTON. Jyifflmy NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALE •mjr »TI(T. is licrchy given flint nnc half share in tlm Til Driftwood .Mlmint Co.. belonging In Morgan llm gerford will lie i*nill nil Mnliilny, (lie Hlli day nt September, IBSH, at (mid claim on >1 uldle Enrk of Feuiher River tor balance of assessment* due mi a w I, ole ali are. UWKN.MIT.T HY. Bid well. Amt 29, 1850. av’Htd MONTE CFUSTO HOWLING SALOON! One door above the I T . S. Livery Si a tile, Myera street,. OROVILLE -*•» JOHN SCOTT & CO., Proprietors. -*•► rjTIIE ABOVE ROWLING SALOON HAS REEV .1 put in l DMIT.KTK REPAIR and we respi o»- tul ly mi Me the Roys in and about these diggings Who vvel. In play a quiet gaum of TEN FINS, of lake n nice, cm I drnk nf Spirit*, to Rive n* a call at the .MONTH CHJSTO. JOHN SCOTT fc CO. Oroville, August 86, 1856. augHC-lf For Sale! IN CON’SF.Qt' KNCE OF ONE OF THE FART ner* tilling to Hie Atlantic Stales, one-half of the lAGNOI.IA SAI.oON will lie sold cheap for rash, lo rent to pav for fourteen monCis. Apply to iimr.’n if ' J. S. DICKEY (t CO. 3VE INEIIS! r | , IlE BUCHANAN CLAIMS "N VIR ■ GINIA H.AT will lie let oil contract by Ibo foot. Contractors are reijnested to call on .Mr. I.atli rop. at the Pioneer Store, nr 11. I*. Sweelser, on the Claims, SWEETSF<R A LATH KOI’ Oroville, August ’Jo, 1850. ungsii-4t NEW FANCY GOODS! MISSM. L. DEAR HORN, WOFI.It SAY TO HER friends tind tin- public generally, that by calling at the LADIES’ EXCHANGE, they can be shown u beaiililnl assortmen of the l atest Styles of Ladies’ French Hats, of most exquisite beauty and finish. Al«ix a lot of Choice Perfumery and Toilet Articles, nfl nf which have just been received direct from tbo Importers. augiiO-tf BLANK BOOKS. A FUE.SII SIT’PLY, and first rate assortment of' A. full snil Half Hound I’link Honks, J list receive e* “Young America,” PASH BOOKS, SHEEP AND TUCK MEMOJ KANDUMS, MONTHLY AND WEEK LY TIME BOOKS. RECEIPT BOOKS. SHIPPING AND STOREHOUSE, AND CASH COPYING PRESS BOOKS, School Writing Bocks, Miniature Blanks, NOTES DRAFTS BILLS LADING Ac Ac Noisy Carrier'* Rook and Stationery Co., Nw». 64 and 66 Long Wharf, a2rm3 and 97 Rattery street BEST HAVANA CIGARS \ND TifIIACCO—WiIIiI.ESAI.E AM) RETAIL, at lllocb's Cigar and Tobacco Emporium, over the Phoenix Saloon. PIE WATERMAN. VIOLINS AND ACCORDEONS. Italian violin l guitar stkings, Bridget and Bow* at PH. WATERMAN’S. CARDS. TEKIA Kn 12. at Ploch’a. WRIT.NG MATERIALS. PORTMONIE3 and PH. TVA TERM AN’S. CUNULUS AND MATCHES, at Bloch's. / PM WATERMAN.