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NEW SERIES-JPJSWatI
mountain democrat:
rullìi» iim-fimr,
WSDSMDAT AND SATURDAY MORNINGS,
BY QELWICK3 &. JANUARY.
». *. jierier.
ftrr' —rnTtrUblT in Addane* ;
M‘ on
fli ■“***•••V.^.V.V.......... t (Al
(peieU* •» '*•« Cirri»!-) 79
Dingle C»pl«« 10
Taras of Advertising:
n.. lawn, ID Him, Sr»t in» irli on $ 3 SO
UwrWoo IN
.r..iiof 10 linn •» law. Nr fw.,*) SS
g**? , mi IS Hwurkw. 8 ■wntil.. IS SS
Alihtnl dircene* will be w. Sentii» ih» reUa
Arili Turly isd gesrtefljr idierliieraentr which
•need *» SSDSS».
TB 9 KOONTAIif DIHOOBAT
Book an) 3ofa Printing ©atre
t. v.nlete with |U the malarr ImproTewrnti for
iheNBAT. CHEA I* AS 11 KAI’ID execution of
ciriitr of PRISTINO— .nek •• Hook»,
rinUrti, Brleti, Poller». IlamlliilU. Circular»,
lull Ticket!, Prosraeinin, Certlll»»l»i of Stock or
DeMilt, MRhesde, Check». Urcrlpti, Cir.l». La
briijcls.. elthir le plain or fancy colored Inki.
JUSTICES' BLANKS.
_ Utk AAdcrllr. I'ndertaVlnr» and Writ» nf
Attack»»**, «ode» the w«w l,iw, fonale it thlr
OD»» i ile». Week Declaration» nf Hntnerteid—
lk( cut eoe*»eleel form In me.
Ofirr on (Wowo .«reef /T«le»efWr.
T. T. FISHER, HIM W.fhlnftm» «tree»,
■iiMfltf Mafolre’» < l|i»ti«r. »• the Muir author»
UfiAecet for di' MorjrrAH lnwnut in the rl ty of
Pan franclaee. All nnlrr* far «lie n«T***r *r alerr
urini Mft «liti hint, will •»» promptly wltrndiil in.
j' Q f XIBLIY I* miWiKnl to reeriee mo
mefi 4u« llil»
T. I- DORSEY l« IHTfl'»rtm4 to enttrtt «nt»-
Kalina m 4 ffcclr* Boiiry* for (lie Mornr*!»
W. T. 01888 I* the author ia*-il A*ftif of the
PmctAT at U«orprlo«H. Ord. r« for the fM|»rr,
u4vertl«tnff or lor i«*W work, left with him, will lie
promptly otUnJcd to.
CHAS. P. JACKSON i« tlir anllmriartl
Afrnl -if Ih» Mollatala Daman,» at M Ikirailo.
Orlerà left «Uh him will lx promptly alli ndali 10.
D. BTEUABT SMITH,
PIIVBiriA!» AX I» srilliKOX,
(lata of the Han. Kaal lad'» fianpany'a Servirà.)
Hr fica. Ma. WuiTt'a Hai usto»», Mais Rt..
jrlO Piarvi* illr, Ij
O. D. HALL. O. YALE.
fUutrtlUr. Sin fVnnflrvi,
frmrtlra I ,ao in all thè l'miriil tali.
Odirra, al Caraon and Virginia tu». jrjtftf
JONH urn*, "• »•
HUME * SLOSS,
ATTORSE U-AT-I. A W,
OBrr in City IHnrk. Plarora illr.
Will piar!ir» Law in llir Cniirt» of LI Ilmailo nnd
adjmr »«» t‘"onu.a—*o tlir a mirrine Cum!, and 11. r
Coarti of Ciati Trrnturj. wl9
jaa* cimila •• v» liti*.
DBS. OOOKE * TITUB,
pnriiCiiXß *x n RtrmiroNß.
OBrr. Main Street, llilrd dror altere Ihr "Old
Snand Trai.*' opporti» Jo. W., li 1 , corner building
•a tk» Plana.
H. K. BTOWE.
SOTART PI'M.IC ASO COXVEVANCE»,
rnlonlnwn. RI Dorado Conn'y.
~~ A A VAN OUELDER,
ATTOS!»ST- A T - L A IV .
plarrrvitlr. RI Dormii, C.ninljr. Cali'orula.
OPPICI., corner Colonia and Malti Ktrveta. If
8. W. SANDERSON,
iTTOMtI-AT-UV,
Otri, la DoatiaM* Budding (up elalra), Main
Pinot, PlacorrM». Il
r. n. BARMON,
NOTASI' PUBLIC ASO CoXVLY AXCKR.
Drrda. Marinara *r.. rorrrrtly written mi ar
klnaWf-il. Depoaltkma taken. Xtdr, protratrd.
Oh»—Proni roani, Moanlaln Democrat hulMlnf.
B. B. CARSON.
NOTASI PfBI.IC ASO CtISVIVASCPH.
(•Vili 08c*~ With the Comity Reorder. (If]
CUAS. r. IRWIN,
SOTilf PUBLIC,
la and lor SI Dorado Connly—Ofllrc at Diamond
nati Bprloga. If
B. BECKMANN. M. D„
OBc» an Uk Plain, weal to Crandall A CV, Uouk atorr
rt-iraaviudi.
_Kr P* ritentar attention p*nl !«» Trirate Di*i*B*ri.
Bri ween the boars of I» ami It, ». m.. Dr. IWkmann
will alrn4 lo all prraoua «Ito are at present unahlr
to pay Ibe usual f*ea. l’UJiu*
CirrON-MAUG CIaOTIII.'IiU
Can be found al
JAMES ORB’S,
airahnnl Tailor, Main Ml., opponile
PatlOßci, Flacrryllln.
HI ha» inai racolrad a ahold» lot af Ml Cloth,
add Caariiamoa, of ihr latent aiylra, and la pre
pared to make to order good Caaanarrr pania.
From tliO to SIOOO p#r Fair!
Warranted to At and nm rip llnuar lining arwid
nl abort unth-o. Wagon Curerà mad" to order, and
all kind» of llarhlu» dewing doiir with nratnr.a and
dlapalcb. ofi-dm
THE OLD
PLAIA BOOK «TORE
MU continue. la diapenti* all kin'll af
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
BLANK BOOKS.
STATIONERY,
CUTLERY,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac.
At the naually li.» rate.. #
Ml] GENERAL SEWS AOESCT (If
l. t. cam, n* e. pnn.un.
CASR ft PHILLIPS,
MBVARDINO AND COMMISSION
r MERCHANTS—FTOIUdK— Odo fell»*.’ AIR.
M BalfcUni, PU* crvillr, C«ll(*ruis.
icm to
i. N. Co«fitil ft Co, 8. W..J. 11. Corrali, Sacramento,
C. Hradskav à Co., «lo J. D. I>»f ton, do
Ailllvon ft CwhmaD do Wm. Perkins, Folsom.
•5.1 M. FhrUn do ,L. A. Uf*on ft Co., Piacile,
•I. C. Horan ft C«. do W. J. Harwell, do
Amimi ft Bros., Foe. W. M. Don**hnr, do
'Casklnp ft Srlden do T. IVllrox. Coper Place'll*,
«nmth ft Arnold do I Mori CAP
|WT Particular alien!lon paid lo lbs skipnienl #f
Tgnsds, oros, ftq., from and lo Wasboc. oH-al
G'
PLAI'ERVILLG OAKERY,
31,1 a Itrrtt, three door, below Canldenee Enfine
Hnnee, PUeenille.
I EOROE SCHULZ dr. ire. U> Inform the citi*
J ten.sf rUeerrlU* that he I. new permanently
Bne.led (a JOKES’ NEW RL'll.niKO, an Mam
«Met, whan b, U prepared to furai. b them with
ttety variety of
BBMAO. OAKES AMD FIBS,
Mad, cflb, .bnlect material., and warraated
canal to any manufactured in thin city. He will
Mirar alt article, ordered of him, lo any put af
|b*i aSSaodtof* r *’P KtruU ) r aoUched^an*
9A
MAIM STREET,
Flaeatrffia.
Nart door to Arridano»’, Jawalry Store.
[frM
MONEY LOANED.
lyl
PLACERVILLE, EL DORADO CO., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1860.
OM> ARCADE WmAI'BAiT.
SUET ITMOVI k CD.
o«alrc to hifDim (Mr friended
Um piMte it la«yc, tbil tfMjr
!<«▼•« ml cMildfriMc «ipMiat. entirely ret*
•y«l«dand remodeled the -OLD ARCADI,*
•nd arc now prepared id famish Meals id
soneria? -trie, at nil hears of the day or night.
Kr EVERY DELICACY of the Season may he had
at all times. Polite and geo demani v attention may
be retteti n|>on.
tV The BAKKRT Is supplied, at all times, with
a choice variety of DREAD. PIKS. CAKES, etc.,
which wID bo sold, wholesale or retail, at lowest
market rates.
Dalis, Parties, etc., furnished with Sup.iers, in su
perior style, at slmrt not lee. '*
081-8 m HENRY SYMONS A CO., Proprietors.
HOPE AI» IEPTUEB Jt
BUST APB AWT.
VVB The undersigned beg learo to
w tbclr friends, and the public generally,
that they bare taken the above named stand, and
arc atfll limes prepared to furnish to order, at
the shortest notice,
OAMB AND OYSTER BUFFERS.
Mrals at all hours. Pork. Beef, Mutton, Quails.
Hare, etc., always on hand. A share of patronage
Is solicited. CABTIIEtIIE ft SUDATA DT,
n*.*H .1m On the Plaxa, Placervlllc.
PKOCLAJIATIOX :
CoMUtSSABT DIfAaTMKKT. \
Main street, Placrrville, Oct. 14, IMO. \
THE KINO OK I.fNCII KATEKD, to hisßub
jeets. greeting : Ktwttr ye. ThATonr old friend,
MIKE BKOWSKV, In the liberality of his heart,
has re-Rlted. re-jueenated and re-arranged bis
popular Halnon. for the Winter campaign : and has
also positively determined to spread ■ i rim twice
a .iay (morning and evening,) for the benefit of his
legion of pit rone—of a horn we are undoubtedly
‘'some.** Know ve, also, that MIKE keeps none
hut the first quality, magnum bonura I.IQUORH
and ('IO. Ill"*, a nd therefore we command you to
invest with him all yonr loose ** bits,** that he may
be riMbled to keep up the supply.
Done at n.iecrrille. this I.lth day of October, A.
d IWd, and the Idfth year of our rrign.
WINNEMUU A, King,
r. A—Four *• bits** win Always furnish you. at
MIKE'S, with a choice repast of those excellent
hi* atte* yclept OYhTEUS—and the “ flxm*.**
«13 If WINNE.
“MAGNOLIA,”
MAI X fcTCCET, PLACER VILLI.
Alex. Hunter ft Pel. Lynch, Propr's.
LODGING*, BY TUK NIOIIT OR WKF.K.
Olir Liquor* «ili rr commend Tbcaiclin.
W« are Ajrnti io Plaeerville far
LUDLUM'S OYSTERS,
Which «rare prepared to fiirnieli. «ho’eaale or
retail, on Ihe orna t arrommodating term*. AVewill
aliarne lliem up, f»r Genti* nini or Ladira, in
our primate room*, in every known atyle. «IH 3m
TUR C.IRV lIOI'SE,
Tlir«*«*-?|#.r|r Fireproof Hotel, Halli l*t , Plaeerville,
ri LLKX k LAN DF.BH .... PROPRI ETOIJS.
JA*. « n LLI*, CIIA*. S. LAXlilll.
IN alitile improvement* and convenience* «tileh
oiiMlciti holvl-keeping ha» rendere*! eaaential.
Ihe t\r.» Ilouae «(.inda pre-enilnent. Il le |iflit«-i|
«iti» fa*. atol furtiiali***! in every deportment in the
1*1» -af approved «t vie. Il employ « III» Iril Igieni in
every department, and tlie t:»hl* 1* ;»l«;»y» «nppli-d
with tht- f-hq»eeat «d evryOoof lo h« loni in U.e
market.
tv Tl»e Cary IL-n- 5« *f depot f.»r every «tne»*
line in and from the city, and li kepi open ilirontrn»
nut thr nifi»». rii
YOUNG’S HOTEL,
i« Snill >.n the «ite nf ftie ni | \V.«a|i<
In ft or» Motel.l |)| % MONI» *l*lll*ol*.
Tl»e iimlmMEiK-il de.irei (o kif«r| tins II 11
Travefinf ruttile, and Ma *dd friend». *1»
Itivi Ite Ini jud completed and «.peneil a
Id* 11‘del, f ( r thè SK*'«JNI) TIMI*., ami ia «Ktrrmirn *l,
deapile thè rlemrlit*. to try to “keep a Hotel” are»
olid to none on the road. Ilia Furniture and Bed
d**»f are alt m«, and of Ihr beat quality ; kb Tahir
« II at all time* be anpplird «Uh (he choice of the
Miriet* and attention to the comfort id HU furata
•hall •%!«:• v* he a |*riuiary *»n*M*lefatlon.
v h -r ic h >u«e ia pta «termi throughout. and the
•Ireplitp ap arlbinda are laffc and «vii ventilated.
Th'-rv cala.» a fine DANCING II ALL alla, h.d to the
llmiar. Term» mod'-ritc. NATHAN VOl’Nd.
Good -To*:K Y aUIH attached to the Monne.
Diamoi.d spring*, Alay I l *, l % d*l, ni dm
BIRD’S HOTEL,
Fire-Proof Building, Diamond Springs.
THE Proprietor «111 «ay to the Public that he In
tend* to furnish hie Uhlr «ilh the Ik-at the mar»
Vet afford»
Ili* Iteli are new and dean and room» comfort
aide and «ell ventilat'd.
OFFICK OF THE PIONEER STAMP. COMPAN Y.
JOHN A. HI ItD.
Diamond Spring*, ian. 2Mh, ISA*». J»nD
NASH A McBRIAN
GRCVIIOrSD SVI.OOX,
MAIN (TIIKKT, PUCKUVII.I.B.
LIQUORS AND CIOAB3, ONE BIT.
ulo Hm
HARMONY HALL!
Main street. Ivo doors West
of llifCavjr lUn,f,
PLAfEUIVILLE.
IIi!AD -QUARTERS OF TUR
PUrm lllc l’nlou Brats tad Strina
Band.
Music tvrry Evening—Vocal and Instrumental.
The proprietors of the tbovc saloon will hr happy
lo ut thcir friends al all Unica, when they feci like
hearing a g t*od amie aad taking a ancia! ** tip "
All orlerà Cor minia far Bolla. Eicurslona, Parades,
Political Meal Inga tad Funerals, addressed lo the
Union Band, IKartuaoy liall, will receive prompt ai-
Uut ion. HI. CORION,
JOC MABiior.
FHKP. MKYKHS.
027-lai lUttttV CORION.
BANK EXCHANGE.
CART HOUSE. MAIN STREET.
PLACRkTILLg.
joint ATxnv. joi.e lamare.
JOHN LYNCH Se CO..
DESIRE to Inform their friends and the pallile
generally, that they have parrhnaed the above
veil knovn and popular Haluon ; and, pledging
themselves to kevp nothing hut the vaav aitar in
their line, respectfully solicit public patronage. (nIU
<t VIN C V HALL!
tTLABOEST^I
CLOTHING EMPORIUM
in
CALIFORNIA!
147.140 and 181 Washington Street,
olT) M!> rurnieo. (*m
W. M.
IV
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS. ETC..
MAIN STREET, PLACERVILLE.
•K-An
NEW STORE!

ABHIVAL Or FRESH GOODS I
AT
WALKER Jl FLtHAGA|I’«
WfKHJWILB AMD KRTiIL
Grocery and Liquor Store,
Oir THE PLAZA.
(Next door to Crandall ft Co.*s Bookstore,)
Wife offer hotter Inducements to pnrrhasen to buy
Goods cheap In thetr Store than ar.y other Store In
Piar err Ule.
We hare an Agent in fin Francieco purchasing
Goode, and forwarding tl»etn at the lowest rash
pHere. The Public are ‘orlird to fire them a caN.
CARBON VALLEY TRADERS
Supplied with the beet of articles, at lowest rales.
Placerr ßie, March Slat, IS4j. •8*»o
NEW YEAR’S NIGUT!
BARSB ft WARWICK’S
REBENTATION
FNTKRTAINMKNT !
Will take place al Placerrillr,
r"
Ob Tncada,- Evening, Jan. 1, 1801,
On which occasion
THREE HUNDRED
MAGNIFICENT GIFTS!
Valued at
t3T 0,000 DOLLARS t W
Will be distributed,
AS A FREE GIFT!
Among the Audience.
Tn addition to the abore List,
$3OO IN GOLD OR SILVER COIN,
Will be the fee jnd Gift.
The imwl splendid assortment of JEWELRY
etet: peextx r nr. mrt,
la to he found in
Oin LIST OF prizes:
SPLENDID GOLD WATCHES.
ELEGANT DIAMOND .BINGS.
HANDSOME BRACELETS,
MAGNIFICENT JEW ÌLEI,
(Corni, Cameo and other styles,)
HIGH LOCKETS.
HANDSOME NECKLACES,
RARE PEARL SETS,
SUPERB SILVER WATCHES,
Cromer, (.octets, flint;,, Stickler,
TltunUr,, Chains, Charms, etc,,
And countless other articles of efefa and ornament.
(VErerj article Is varraiilsd as retirrsenled.
W ▲ Commi:tre will !*• srlrctH by Hie uudknef,
under whose •upvrinlriidcnce the I'rmnli will b «
distributed.
TICKETS. ONE DOLLAB,
To In knd ut all the principili theCouEty.
•ml al the Hiorr of K. K KARA*, Main street. Pia*
cernite. . >
o*o Alt orders from the Country pronip'lr at
tended to. ds*ld
NEW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Grocery, Provision and Liquor
• TORI,
MAXM STBBXT.,
Opposite the Carp Mataat,
PLACCRVIU.R.
THE YTNDrRSIONEI» destre lo Inform «ha fili
sene of Plaatrrllle and rhdaisy that they haer just
returned from the Bay Cliy, with a carefully selntyd
assortment of
Groceries, Provisions, Liquors,
CROCKERY, etc., etc., which (bey are prepared to
dispose of, wholesale nr retail, at lowest market rate*.
CARSON VALI.KY TRAHKRB will find it to their
interval Us esamlnv oar stock kefope piirchastny. as
we are satUtted we can offer them superior Induce
ments. •
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
RUn.IRBS prcmptly attended to. Mark Goods 11.
k 8.. (IL «err the It ) tMacerville—W. L P., Folsom.
IST* Goods delivered In any part of the Oily free.
«6 8m HENRY * RYE.
CUT SEXTON and UHDEBTAKER.
JOHN EOY,
%
%
DEALS a IN AND MASI'f ACT CREI Of
Forniture, Matrasses, Bedding, etc.
Which he keeps constantly on hsa l,or manufactures
to order, at short notice, and on reasonable terms.
Upholstering Neatly Executed.
(V JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. jm. l
COLOKA STREET,
Meat door to tka O.Uce at lbs llrawsrat,
nS Sm Ptacerrllle
IMPORTANT _
TO THS
FAMILIES AND CITIZENS
Of FlaoerriUe and Vicinity.
M. DONAUUE. Wholesale Liquor dealer, on
a the Plaaa, Main street, has oa hand a beau
tlfkUy aeleeted stack of
Doff Gordon Bharry Wine,
iy do do
‘ Port Wine,
Together with a*ne assortment of highly darored
PEENCH BRANDIES, eta :
w.
hisky.
Alsa a Ossa article of eery old elnlage of Pins Apple
Eum. The sttenlton of families Is particularly and
respectfully esilari la Usa aba re assart meal.
IV W. M. D. baring leased, for lbs time being,
his lalreo. his whale allaoUsn wmtharefcra be liras
to bla Wholesale department, W.M.DOHAHOE.
alt Mala sir sat, Piaceremo.
OAXPHxn, Busxnro fluid
OXL. ALCOHOL, ETC.,
•aaslraj weekly (ram the Original
Pacific Oil and Campitene Work*,
Erery Package Warranted PnH Mestare, No, 0.
•• t. WITT, m. A, CRACK.
HtNT * CM AC E,
■rocwoM ML», (non a on. *
TitK UKDKRIIfIKIED.hiiTInf purrha*e J the entire
Inferni of L. A. UfuoN A CO, In the
OEOCERYrPROVISION and LIQUOB
BUBINKM, «111 continue llieiunie.ct their «M Mend
•% They Inrlfe the ■Untino* of the public l« their
WaMMOTIi ATOCK. which they are ..«ferine at
(really reduced price». HUNT A CIIACE.
Plneerullle, Nor. 17. IMO. ntt Am
e .- • *
!. . . i «A
Hr «la.ooo DOLLtftn t *ei
• j. •
to II MOTBIRCTKB If
rr gifts i ju
-, ■.
naturila)’, January Stia, 1801.
OEOROE O. BHIOOfI'
naaan
VOCAL AND DRAMATIC
GIFT ENTERTAINMENT !
Will be yleen at the
MABTf S VILLE THEATER.
JANUARY ÓTII, ISOI.
On which ocrailon the following MAGNIFICENT
PRIZES will be diotrlbuted among the
Tlcket-llohlera.
41 S PRIZES!
TICKETS, TWO DOLLABB.
LIST OF PRIZES =
FIRST PRIZE—BRIGGS* OLD OR.
CHARD. Till» property consists of I Oft
acre* of Yuba river bottom land. In
orchard,log ether with the house known
a« - Brief*' Hotel," ftnd the btrns end
sheds attached thereto. The orchard
nomarti 3A.uon trees, all of the choicest
v ariette*. and is the largest orchard In
the «rorhl, and probably the most pm
ductlfe property in the State. The
fruit from this orchard broufht In KM,
#7‘».ojm; in IH&9. Ilnu.fnO; Id led*»,
$ 12A/aw-valued at *210,000
SECOND PRIZE--SACRAMENTO RIVER
ORCHARD—Conlalnlnc HU acres ; 24,-
o*w» Prnll tree». In variety; planted In
ISA? 'A4, most of which will be in good
condition fur bearing fruit the coming
year—valued at 120,000
THIRD PRIZE — GRÒ VILLE ORCHARD
—Containing 2un acres; H.tNM» Emit
Trees, In variety—valued at 00.000
FOURTH PRIZE —PAXTON ORCHARD
—Near Marysville ; 70 arresa of land ;
If.(WO Emil Trees; hr use and barn—
valued at 73,000
FIFTH PRIZE—II AUN ORCHARD—
Near Marysvlle ; W acres ; fi.iHNl Fruit
Treea ; SJAMS» Grape Tinea—valued at.. 63,000
SIXTH PRIZE.—TOT.E ORCI! ARD-Near
Marysville; 41 aerea; 7, «Ma» Fruit Troea
—valued at 43,000
SEVENTH PRIZE-VINEYARD on the
•Id Ranch. tJi mßes from Marvsvlße ;
In acres ; A.taai vinta— valued at 8,000
EIGHTH PRIZE -GRAIN FIELD-Part
of old Ranch { 2A»i acres-valued at.. . 0,000
NINTH PRIZE —GRAIN FIELD-Part of
old Ranch; IfM acres—valued at 4,000
TENTH PRIZE —SACRAMENTO RIVER
It A N C ll ‘JA'tacres—(aieaduw) val
ued at 3,000
FEE VENTI! PRIZE—PAXTON RANCH
—(meadow)— A» acres—valued at.... 3,000
TWELFTH PRIZE .-FEATHER RIVER
Il A N Cll—(meadow>—l(Ml acre»— val
ued ■» 8,000
Four hundred CASH GIFTS of |5 each,
from Nos. li tu 4 Pi.. 3,000
ToUl $016,000
Comprising Altogether I.6h| arre* of L«nd. Iftl,.
(MM fruit trevs,*i*,OUU Crape Vinca, and #3,0001n eaah.
Tlic lauri* upon which the** orchard* are planted
are all bottoni lauda, and a* food a* can he found In
tl*r State, Apule*, Peachea, Apricot», Neri arine*.
IVar*. Hum*. Fitr*. Quince, (Hark Walnut, Almond,
Ir.. I*',, |c , will he found In these orchard* In treat
variety and of the choicest kind*. Ttie character of
the Fruit I* well known throughout ttie Northern
and eeotral portion of the Fiate. All of the Vine»,
and nearly ail of the Fruit Trey* «Ml b« of nfe to
bear a food crop the com ip* year. We spy* ud Ihr
followlny certificate for the benefit of pertou* not
well acquainted Bllh the value of the properly :
We, the nndervlffntd. hereby certify tlmt Ire are
acquainted with mat of the above dweiib—l property,
and that we do not believe Ita volar, km above stated,
I* over e*Umated : J. fl fai', W. K. Hwdson, J. A.
Paxton, S. P. Well*. H. P. Avery, editor Appèsi ; C.
Covlßand, Marysville : Rev. 0. C. Whwwler. Corro#
ponding Secretary California Mate Agricultural Bo
tbty. Barra mento ; J. Bryant Hitt è Co., Knapp. Bur
rtn à Co., Saw Fraadoco ; l Un. B. M. H Mm, u. W. C.
Ilice, J no. Q. Packard. J. H lluni|thrry, MarywrUlr; I
J. F. Mnthkuai, editor Krpr—»i Mia tt. JUlge, 1
editor Democrat ; (fen. John A. Butter, Hock Farai ;
A. P. Smith, Sidney Smith, Sacramento; J. L. Ban
ford, Ban Francinco.
The dUtrloution of the Gift* will be under the di
rceli* n of a Committee of gentlemen chosen by the
audl« ace on the evening of the Concert.
R. J. CUMMINGS, Agent at PlacervUlc. Oflce at
the Cary Mouse. Order* from the country promptly
attended to. OKORGKO. LRIQGA, Proprietor.
Marysrille, Oct. S 3, 1860. nIT-td
A. H. L. DIA».
it. olacbrr.
DIAS ft GLAUBER,
CO LOU A BTBBBT.
Two door, below the DuncuT
OlBce, PUcer.llle,
V WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS.
Every article rninlred for Family nee, In the
OHOCEHY AND PROVISION LINK,
Kent momently on hand, and WARRANTED lobe
of SUPERIOR QUALITY. A chore of public patron
alte I. .elicited. HT Hood* delivered, !o any part
of the city, free of chary.. oilm
W. L. MABPLB A 00.,
HOUSE SIGH AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTERS,
Olaaicra and Papor-Hangert.
CARRIAGES, Bannrri.Vlagii.Trnnoparrnclcii.Re
g.llas. So., Painted at price# to wall the timer.
WINDOW GLASS.
dual Received and for dale, CHEAP FOR CASH,
■O,OOO Fpclof Window Glrh,
All aliai, Irom Bxlo la Mad*. Alao, PUTTY, and all
kladaof
PAINTS. OILS. VABNIBHKB,
■malta, Tarpootln., Rrushee, Olla Moulding, Gold
Leaf. Brenna, an.
gWOrdem from lha country, for work or ma
terial, promptly attended to:
W. L. MARPT R ft CO.,
deed Mala A, anar Many Point, Plaecwtlla.
FOR SALE.
MTHR undersigned
bonne sad lot, an
an RaiNM Flat, f
In one of the
an biltti’i Flat, three mllec
ban nla tog loeallthw
__ aWre for naie. bla dwelling
and Blaokaxnith’a Shop,
Flaoervllle,
Smith'! Vial, Nov, |«th, IBM.
In'lbatint.
E. H. MEREDITH,
novlO-Om
irtnin wsmnounr, ressa oasraa
WAOHHOHBT ii DENVER,
HAVPFACrCRKM AID DBA LIBS l«
WATCHES, lEWELRV, ETC.
No. 59 J Street, Sacramento.
By arrangements made by on* of the
UW Partners while In Europe, with the most
JP-/ A celebrated Manufacturer» and Dealers, we
SyJ|«re In receipt, by each steamer, of
THE FINEST WATCHES,
. AUDI ar
The Most Celebrated Manufacturers
Of England. Wince and Geneva.
Abo, of the Richest Pattern, Newest Ftylea, and most
FASHIONABLE JEWELRY,
From the celebrated Emporiums of the Atlantic
States and Europe,
Am wa Import dlraetly from Manufacturers, we do
not pay profits to second and third dealers, and
consequently are able to sell at lea* prices than any
ether dealers In Sacramento. Call and flamine, la
ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY Repaired and Manu
factured.
DIAMOND PETTINO, Enameling and Engraving
done in the most elegant and workmanlike manner,
by skillful artisans.
Watches most Carefully Repaired
AND WARRANTED.
RN*Particular attention paid io this branch of
business.
WOSTENlfOLirScelebrated Pocket Knives
always on hand. WACHIIORFT A DENVER,
Read's Block, No. 59, J street, Sacramento.
s!2-8m opposite D. O. Mills A Go's Bank
FALL AND WINTER SUPPLIES.
AARON K AHS,
mini ■■
CLOT II I NO, BOOTS, SHOES,
Gents’ furnishing Goods, Ac.,
MAIN BTREKT, NKXT TO (IRRYHOUND SALOON,
HAS Jn.t received th. Incite,t anil he,t re’eeted
Stack nf CLOTHING AND VUHNISIII N(J
GOODS ever l.roiiflit to till. M.rk.t, comi, tin,
of the fallen in, article. :
COATS,
PANTS.
VESTS,
BOOTS,
SHOES,
GAITERS,
BLANKETS.
HATS.
CAPS,
TiUNKB,
And a general assortment of
Gentlemen's Furniehinjc Goode,
ANo, all kind» nf Clothing and Famishing Goods
suitable for WAHIIOE rUAVKI.KKS-allof which
will be sold at the lowest prices.
COLT’S PISTOLS,
Of all sizes, constantly on hand.
HIGHEST MABKET PRICE
paid rot
County Warrant* and Gold Bust !
N. B.—New Good*reeded.cerjrWe.k, .It
WOLF BROTHERS,
PXjACERVILXjE,
Iron Front Store,
South Side of Main St.
SONORA, Toolumnr co.
Corner Wa.hlngton ami
Uotpltal alt.
Quick Sales anti Small Proflls,
IB OUB MOTTO.
‘WWTE.Ihc undersigned, beg lenire to call the at
ff ’rnllnn of the Indies and gentlemen of Pin
cecilie ™ = "“ ‘- '- -
lie mid vicinity snd the public In general, to (he
IMMENSE STOCK OP
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Of the Intent styles, Imported by as direct from New
York snd which we can therefore sell at the name
prices which other traders are forced to pay in Ban
Francisco.
Oar sssortemnt of Pancy, Staple and Domestic
Dry rto ds. Gents’ Furnishing Goods of every de*
scriplion, snd all Minds of llonise-Purnlshiny Goods,
Is too extensive to enumerate. We respectfully In
vite the public to call and examine oar slock before
purchasing elsewhere. We will glee satisfaction to
all by selling bettsr geode and Cheaper than the
Cheapest.
WOLF BROTHERS,
dl2-8m Placervllle and Sonora.
WATCHES AMD JEWELRY.
C. J. ARVIDSSOW * CO.
RiBPECTFDLLT Inform their
frinì, l. ami the ladles and gem
tlemen of Plarerrllle and elei
nit/ (tenerti!/, that thr/ vili
continue I ho tonine» at the old ttand, and hare
now on bond a compirle astori meat of Una
GOLD and SILVER WATCHES,
FINI DIAMOND RINGS, GOLD CHAINS,
Ladies* end Gentleman's Gold Binge,
Ladies’ Bucale*, Breast Pins, Rar Rings, Etc.,
All of which they offer for aalc at the lowest rates, for
cash.
ALL KINDS OF CALIFORNIA JEWELRY and Di*
amond Work,m ana factored at the shortest «.olire.
9* WATCHES Repaired and Regulated by
in experienced workman.
BILLIARD BALL*Turned.and Onns and Pistols
repaired. C. J. AKVIDMBON k CO.,
«112 Next Door to Sellgvnans* Block, Main st.
PLACERVULE ASSAY OFFICE,
MAIN STREET, FLACEBTILLF..
GOLD DUST received for Melting and Assay
ing, and returned in from 4 to f hours.
93r.\iiays Warranted.
All Bars discounted at Bae Francisco Prices.
dU-.lm C. J. ABVIDBON Ik C O.
* - NEW JEWELRY
ESTABLISHMENT,
On the Plaza, PlacervlUe.
J. W. lIBLKYo It l« CULLI Vo
SEELEY fc CELLESI
ÌTOW OFFER to thr cititene of Platen IRe aud
y vicinity the (Boat and the largv.l etoek of
ATCHKft and CHAINS, alan EASTERN AND
OAI,m)RNIA.MAUK JEWELRY, erer
brought into the Monntalne. which we oner ot
pricoc to cult the timet, for ee.h.
All ertici» are guaranteed a. repreernlcd,
tT.tcho. neatly rrpalrrd and warranted.
,*, All kinnt of JKWKLKY made to order,
with nentnee. and ill.patch.
Al.n. all kind, of 111 AMOND WORK, F.X
OKAVIXIi and ENAMELING ,|onr to order.
We invite the public to rail and .re for thrm
•civet. HEEI.EY A CULLEN,
Two doort above the Theater, on thr Hata,
nl*3w Placervllle.
FOXY EXPRESS.
CHANGE OF BOBE DCLEI
■m. OX AXD AFTER Tit R FI RAT DAY
OF DECEMBER NEXT, lb. Schedule
JffM l time of the EXPRESS will lie changed,
.J jFy »'<d ron at follow! !
Fifteen Day. between St. Joeeph and San Frau
derò.
Eleven Daye between Fort Kearny and outor
Telegraph Station, in I'tall.
Thi. Schedule will be continued (running at now
•rini-weekly tripli during the winter, nr until
Congrta. .halt provide for a tri weekly mail cer
vice, which tihme will enable thr Company to re
dole, ino prec
laro to the pretini or a .hotter Schedule, ~
ent mall ven ire between l uletburg and Placervllle.
being only ermi monthly, w hich le not cuadooi to
keep the route open during winter.
W. O. MARKET.
General Agent (or the I‘aeirtr
Sacramento, Nov. SO, ISM. dS Sw
GROCERY AND PROVISION HOUSE.
Cc
i
L. LAN DEC HER,
OUXKIt of Main and Sacramento atreett, re
_ ipectfully announce* to the eltlient of Placer
ville and vicinity that hr will rontlnuethe bucine»
at the old .tend, and tbnt ha baa now lu itorr the
LAROKHT .lock of
FAMILY GROCERIES.
liquors,
MIXERS’ BUFFI, I £B, OF KVERYKIND,
Ever brought to thte elty, which hr will orli nt a
•mah advance on SACRAMENTO WHOLESALE
PRICES#
Nsw Goods rsosiwsd Bwsry Wssk.
Alio. HIDES, WOOL And TALLOW
Bought and Sold.
Reorder* promptly attended to. All Good*
-delivered free of charge. elt-Sm
B
FOR SALE.
USINESB calling aw to the Eatti I with to tell
my Store and Oond,, at Aowrlcan Flat I alto,
half Interrii In my Store at Mtehlgna Flat.
my Store at Mtehlgna
Each ilare It located In a healthy and populoat
neighborhood, and doing a good butlnnt.
afc-lf ‘ ■ •
1,1. LAWYER.
RtMuk»U< linn ttmm
■i«*n *f
A late number of the French Ptyehe
haa a story of a love affair which has
deeply moved the whole population of
Marseilles, but will hardly be credited by
persona who do not believe in suppernst
urnl apparitions. However, here ia the
atory in as few word* a* possible :
Citarle* R—, born in a wealthy Ibttl
ily of merchant*, and antwphad from his
childhood, bad hpen brought up at hi* un
cle’*, with *' whose beauty, sweet
neca and graopynever failed to produce a
lasting i(npt/f»ion on all persons of her
acquaintance. It ia consequently not at
all surprising that Cbariea 8., wbo bad
crown up in her intimate society, should
nave fallen deeply In hire with such a fas
cinating cousin. Nor was hi* love unre
quited ; for, when the proper time came,
she decided with tho consent of her fsoi
ily, that their marriage should take place
as soon ns be wits twenty years of age.—
Just about that time, his uncle having re
ceived from Calcutta the news of. the fail
ure of a house with which ho wna carry
ing on an extensive business, sent voting
Charles to that distant port to effect a
liquidation. The marriage waa necessa
rily postponed, and the young lover left
Marseilles, promising to write as often as
(iod and the Ocean would allow, and to
return ns soon ns his business waa settled.
Four months passed on. and no news
(•nine from the young traveler. His rela
tions, ami more particularly his cousin,
began to feel uneasy, and were already
accusing him of neglect, when one unhap
py day they read in the papers of the fatal
loss of the steamer on board of which
they knew Charles had gone. The young
Marst liaise was almost mad with grief;
and after a long and dangerous sickness
the jH>or girl, disheartened, seeing before
her nothing bota complete blank.rcsolved
to spend the remainder of her life in a
convent, to mourn, far from the world,for
the only man whom she had loved. It
was in vain that her parents tried to dis
suade her from that resolution. All their
entreaties, their misery, their tears, could
not induce her to change her mind, and
sho soon entered a convent of Marseilles
as «“ postulant.”
Si* months after that fatal day r Juat as
the time for her vows was approaching,
her family wna pleasantly startled by a
letter from their daughter, informing (hem
that she had altered her mind, and wished
to go back to them, to the world, 4o pleas
ures, to happiness. For tha lost three
nights, she said, she had seen in her
dreams, her beloved Charles, entreating
tier, with tears fn hi* eyes, and the sweet
est voice, not to fulfill her terrible reach**
lion, qot tocomplete a.sacrifice which
would be the death of them both-, For
Charles was yet alive, and would soon be
back to keep hid sacred promise, and end
all her grief*. The nuns of the convortt
had, good bumoredly, laughed at hee, and
tried to persuado her to stay among them,
in that quiet retreat where she mighty un
dislured, lament all her life, the a eat com
panion of ber youth.' For he waa dead,
said they, and it wa< foolish to believe in
those supernaturel apparitions. Bat she
was unshaken in her faith, and to all thah
entreaties she would answer ibm-JurA#
trothed would soon bo back,jgtd of qqgrgf
she must be at borne to receive hjin. .
Although the patents of ‘thf'yoefng
“ postulant’” did not bdltevg, 'any «faort
than the nuns, that aach • attenga drèadi
would over be realised, tbmr wars#» match
gladdened by the l.attfr of |liipiv daughter
that they decided hot to say one 'Word to
undeceive her. She might go oW/'Mfm
day to day, hoping all the, (ime for amar
rival which would never take plate, and
by little and little they thought the dWf
wound of her heart might be healed! m
Accordingly on. that y/ory . day. thstf
went to the convent, and in less than one
hour their only child was crossing scalp
the threshold of the old fnmilv mansion.
Her fli st thought was for her little room,
where she bad gathered so many dear to
kens and souvenirs from her cousin. Sln
hastened up stairs, and went so fast that
her delighted parents could hardlv follow
her, liut when she was on the fandjng.
whom did she sec standing in tho odor al
that room, so long shut up f Chlirlè< hel
afliam-ed, w ho looked at tier, smiling with
happiness, and opened bis anna to clasp
her to his bosom. ,
It was no longer a dream ! Charier
held her locked in his arms, kissing hn
and mingling his tears with her own.
But when ho opened hia arata again, H
receive the cares* of her parents, ohe sunk
and dropped heavily on the floor.
She was dead 1 dead with surprise and
happiness I dead without uttering one cry,
without heaving one sigh I
“Bill, I’ve been in real ertalo a little»
lately.” “ Well, John, bow much have
you «lipped in ?" “ Bought a lot in the
cemetery, and a half aero for the cemetery
lot just north of it.” “ Just north I what
the deuce did you go so far north for t
Going to live there? “Yea. Bill, I want
a home beyond the grave?” Bill looks
solemn, and they both vanish, whiatling a
melancholy air.”
—— — « ■ ■—
Tur Minnesota Wheat Cuoi». —The
wheat crop of Minnesota, for the present
year, amounts to 0,000,000 bushels—the
largest crop ever produced in any State
in proportion to population. The average
yield to the acre is twenty-three bushels.
There is a surplus of this crop for export
of 4,500,000. The population of the State
is about 175,000, an increase of 26,000
since 1857.
An Irish waiter once complimented sal
mon in the following manner : “ Faith,
it's not two hours since that salmon was
walking round his real estate with his
hands in his pockets, never dreaming of
what a pretty invitashun he'd have to
jine you gentlemen at dinner.”
—► - ——
In Japan, upon the accession of a new
“Tycoon” to power, the persons ambi
tious of his favor crawl upon their bellies
before him. We arc not informed whether
the custom was borrowed from this conn
try.
■- -e-#»»»- ■■
A ijtti.r nlne-yeer-old, overhearing a
discussion among a parcel of ladies about
cooking steak—some advocating broiling
beef and others frying mntton—inquired,
“ Aunt Kit, how do they cook sweep
stakes?”
Everything has a first cause, except
perhaps some few unlucky candidates for
legal practice.

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