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y, c y * Druggists. Vo. 107 Clay al.Saii I'ran cisco OFFER FOR SALE: ALCOHOL, CASTOR OIL TARTARIC acid, blue vitriol, fresh hops, CAMPHOR, CREAM OF TARTAR. SEIDLITZ POWDERS, SAL SODA. STRYCHNINE, BORAX, f r \ TORINO EXTRACTS, SHAKER’S HERBS, EPSOM SALTS, SUP. CARR. OF SODA, BAY RUM. MUSTANG LINIMENT, BRISTOL PRICK, SALT PETRE, ALUM, CANARY SEED, IRISH MOSS, AMAICA GINGER, gum ARABIC, CALABRIA LICORICE, TOW N SEN D'S BAUS A P A RILL A, SAND'S SARSAPARILLA, COOPER’S ISINGLASS, SASSAFRAS BARK, INDIGO, COPPERAS. YELLOW WAX. li a full and complete assortment of desirable ItviiK' and Iledirlnc*. R. A CO. respectfully solicit orders from the luntry. and will guarantee satisfaction in every irticular to those who favor them with their cus im. npr 11-25-3 m Jona«> («. Clark &. Co’s. URNI T U R E WARER 0 O M S, 0. PJB Washington street, Ran Francisco, and -19 and 51 fourth street, between J and K streets, Sacramento, UPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Every De scription of FURNITURE AN D 15 EDDI N G, Have now in Store the Largest Stock and Most Complete Assort ment of rich and beautiful furui ■ ever offered in this State, consisting in part ol following— nt Rosewood, Walnut anil .Mahogany Parlor nr.d Chamber sets, e O/hunaus, Lounges, and Easy ( hairs; Du ails. Whatnots, Mirrors of all sizes. and A'luhtn Furniture in the Greatest Var T. We are now YlaTinfiiotni'iiia in unr Native Woods, also from Walnut and Rose -01. most of our finest furniture, andean produce article superior for strength, durability and tmity, to anything imported from the East. ’•tf We have constantly ou hand, and are in mlar receipt of full and complete invoices of “is. adapted to the Interior and Coast Trade. Of* TO WHOLESALE DE.II.EHS we Id -ay. your orders will receive, us formerly, careful and prompt attention. JONAS G. CLARK & CO, prll-25-3m Admiiiiafrator's* Male. 'OTICF, is hereby given, that, by urine of an i order of the Probate Court, ON SATURDAY [IE 9rn DAY OF MAY. A. D. 1557, at the Imur t o'clock IV M„ at the Union House in the town . .tack-oii. Amador county, State of California, I |H o II at public auction, to the highest bidder, for Ith right title, and Interest of Peter A. v nian, at the time of his decease, of. in and to following Real Estate, situated and being in the sn of Jackson. Amador county and State afore m. and described as follows, to-wit: I**ii“ undivided half of a house known as the puion House.’’ iAlan —The sane of a Ham and Ont-Honses con etod therewith tun—The Lot on which the above-named build ■ are located. LAlso— At the mme time and place, will be sold ) 'allowing Personal Property, to.wit ; bit' ondh ideal half of a lot of Parlor. Dor-Room Kitchen Funltnrc, Redding, Stoves, Mirrors, are, and household furniture of various kinds. Also—(Jn,. (;„| ( | Watch, one case of Surgical druments; together with other articles too nu ruus to name. .1. B. KING, . . Public Administrator, i.vckson. April Ith, 1857. 1 '--’-of [Pr. fee »12. l Ri’iiffw anil .Hpdiriiic*. 'Dk undersigned having re opened the Drug More formerly occupied by A. Morrill, Esq. iu • |OMU on hand El'KIiY .IHl'll LE l.\ i I.M-. such us Drugs, Paints, Brushes, Fan »> tides. A-,-. Ac. *c fioliei’ - a share of the public patronage. CHS. W. SHOENEMAN, M. D. Bines nn<l Ursimiii Ithe sick, I* l lor medical consultations in the rear of t April 11th—25-3m -\ew Sfayc Line. PYTOWV & MI D t£~' *»•' l our Hor-e Coach of line will leave Drytown ev ~ Other day. For days of 1; inquire at Coaver's a 1 age Office in Vo btekson, or Drytown. ptR-aSlf ' Mi KEAN & JOHN,SO> i Proposal*. f. V■ '-Nl-S will be received nnti I, '“.V. 1*57, for mailing a TUh I, 1 , "^ Ul ' • short distance i too I 'cloano and Fort John. Cahit I. -Niry milting tools Ac., on tli. leM i.! I’’ 1 ’’ :U “ I fllrt h«r partict i Jcßergon House," Volcano. Hth, 1857. 25-td M 1 | lor sale at , he Con 1 ToetW THEL'KI' German Hall fcull vn 0 , , re r ." s l'fet fully inforn I “ ! '" .t Nab m j t 'lm.day I■' eii | r invitation is NEW THIS WEEK. Look nt This! nAVTN'O engaged in other business, I will SELT my Restaurant in Iml inn Diggings. El Dorado comity, oil ft rni Q , in price and pay ment. It is Hitimtrd in the lower town, acrom the street from the Union Motel the most eligible Hite in the place. With liar fix in pa, Tables and Kitchen furniture ; ten Budfl complete. For further partic ulars cull on Henry Gkkar nt Indian, or the mih acrilier. residing on Grass Valley Ranch, near Vol cano, Amador couniy. WILLIAM A. HEREFORD. April 11. 1857. 25-11 UrnnniN IBall. r T i riEnnder‘ gi d respectfully inform the public 1 and their friends that they have taken Un building heretofore occupied by White 4 Smith \ olcnito. ami have supplied it with choice Wines Liquors, Cigars, 4c. Everybody is invited It “drap in.” SCOTT & lIOUOIITALINO. npr * 24-3 m Kool and Shoo Shop. The undersigned respectfully 1' informs the citizens of Volcam and vicinity that he is now pre- ipared. at his shop, on Unioo Square, to manufacture Hoots anil Shoes at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms NOTICE TO MINERS. I have just received direct from the East, a stipe rinr article of (il'M for mending Rubber Hoots.— This article is something new and needs only to he tried to give entire satisfaction. Give me a call and sec for yourselves. I). POOL npr 4 24-Urn Hay For Sale. IqTRST quality of Hay in hales, at $3B per ton . can be found on Stony Point, Volcano, by calling on the undersigned. Call either in tie morning, at noon or night. JOHN SEX. Enquire at Smith 4 White’s Store. tt P r 4 24-1 m Atwill A Co., No. 172 Washington st. San Franrrsen , Sheet, Cart! and Rook PIANO FORTES, Ami other Musical Instruments. 0 THINGS and Reeds, for Violins and fiuitar?*. 1 ’ Clarionets, Ac., Ac. Also —a large wholesal btock of I'A.VCV GOODS AJSTD TOYS, Billiard hulls; wax and cue leathers; flags of every nation; boxing gloves. Ac., together with all kind's of "Yankee Notions,” useful or amusing. Goods packed with rare ami forwarded with promptness All on <rs should mention by what boat or Ex press Co. the goods are required to be sent. AT WILL A CO., 172 Wash. st. ap4 24'Sm ■c\ Xiraragua *tcani*lii|> Comp’y. _-r 2*.• V I' . ... % j&i e|?ss; No Steamship Dispatched till April 20th. f I 'HE public is respectfully informed that there I will l(c NO DEPARTFRE by this line on the slh April. The next sailing day is H«\DAY, APRIL 90th, When Ifc»‘ steamer SIERRA NEVADA, Thomas Muntiugton. Commander, will leave for San Juan Del Stir, touching at Manzanillo. C. K. GARRISON A CO., Agents. Ran Francisco, March 25, 1857. apr 4 21 id l*(iu-uiv Works. OMNIA w £/> X 1 . 1 O L-- Proprietor , Fire-proof Doors, Buttery, near Cueilie /. KITTHEDuE, Manufacturer of . Shutters. Vaults, Ac., streets. Sax Francisco. N. If. Orders from the countrv attended to promptly. A large assortment of second ban doom anti shutters constantly on hand, and for sale at VKH V bow FRICKS. • apr 4 24-fini Coimtnlilr’N Sale. BY virtue of an execution to me directed, issued on the 1 nth day of October, A. n. 18.5(1, from the court of N. Kline, a Justice of the Peace, in township number three, Amador county, Califor nia. In favor ol J. I!. Johnson and others and against 11. Hudson, liriggs and S. S. Shown, for the sum or two hundred dollars and costs of suit, together with accruing costs, 1 have levied upon and will expose br Public Rale on the 24th day of April, a. ». 1857, nt the hour of 1 o'clock, I*, m., all the right, title and interest of the aforesaid defend ants, liriggs A Hudson, in and to the follow ing described property, to-wit: a certain piece or parcel of mining ground situated in the South Branch of Sutter Greek, opposite Pike Hill, in township number three, county and State aforesaid, ami known as the Slum Gullion claims, together with all appurtenances thereunto In-longing, Also, all the right, title and interest of the said liriggs in and to a certain piece or parcel of mining ground situated on Mobalu Flat, in township number three, countv and State aforesaid, and known as liriggs 4 Co. s claim, together with tail race belonging thereto—also the hydraulic on said claims. Sale to take place in front of M'Curthy 4 Dris colls, Pike Hill, to satisfy said execution, cols and accruing cots. W, 1. MORGAN, Constable, Township No. 3, Amador Co. Cal. Dated at Volcano, March 30th. 1857. apr 4 [prs fee sl2] 24-3vv A (ii»ofl lllack*inilli UT’ANTED IMMEDIATELY at Halo 4 Adams’, Volcano. Good wages and a permanent -it uation. '■ «r 28 liliiiiniitrator’* . "1CT 1 If ICE is hereby given that all persons holding lx debts, demands, or claims against the estates of William Geiittich and August Gentticb, de ceased, arc required to present the same, with the proper vouchers, to the undersigned, at his office, in Drytown, Amador county, California, within ton months from the date hereof, or such debts, de mands. and claims w ill he forever barred. All persons indebted to the said William Gent tieh and August Geuttich, deceased, are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. By older of the Prolate Court. J. R. KING. Public Administrator. March 24th, 18.57.—[mar28-23-4t] Log Contract. ■PROPOSALS w ill he received at the office of the I Cedar and Imliunville Water Co. until the 20th inst.. for the cutting and delivery of 1100,000 i'eel of J.-t»K'r at the Company's saw mill at Urownsvllle. For further particulars apply to the undersigned. J. McKNIGHT, Sec. C. 4 I. W. 00. Brownsville. fH*l.) Apr. 8. ’57. apll-2t Sheriff’* B) virtue of an execution to tni 1 directed, Issued on I of the Hon. District Court of the Fifth Ju diciul District, on n judgment rendered therein on the 28th day of October. A. I>. 1858, in favor of Hone <V Manon. assigned to A. 11. Rose, and against George Munckton lor the sum of *lOOO Oil with interest on the sum of *lOOO 01) at the rate of nix per cent, per month from the 12 1 h day of January. A. I). 18511, together with the sum of $73 7. r > costs of suit, [ have levied upon and seined, and will ex pose to public sale, at the door of the court house in the (own of Jackson, on the 20lh day id' April. A. D. 1857, at the hour of 2 o'clock I*. M.. all the right, title, interest and claim of the said (Jeorge Munckton of, in and to the following described property situate, lying and being in Volcano, coun ty of Amador, and State of California, to wit: the house and lot situate on the east side of Main street in Volcano, county and Slate aforesaid, and known as Munckton ,V tVnmei's drug store—said lot being about 25 feet front on Main street and running back about I.V) feet, and hounded on the west hy Main street, and on the north hy house and lot owned by McAbce. and on the south tiy property belonging to T. Manser, to gether with all and singular Hie hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appurtaining. Said property will he sold to satisfy the above execution, interests, costs and accruing costs. W. J. I’AUGH, Sheriff of Amador county. California. By John Dobi.b, Deputy Sheriff. Dated at Jackson. March 2tith, 1857. mar 28 [prsfee slo] 23-3 t Lost. T> ETWEES" Volcano and the I’ine flrove House, 1J a part of a Cold Fob Chain—three links, with a Dog s Head. The finder will he suitably rewarded hy leaving the same at the Ledger Office, mar. 21st 22tf Particular Notice. MELAINOTYPES AND AMBROTYPES. DU. A. .1. BKALS, of Sacramento, well known to he the to introduce the beautiful and Improved Patent Ambrotypea, would respectfully inform tin? ladien ami genPemen of Volcano ami vicinity, that he has arrived and will remain For a Few Day* Only. These Pictures are truly beautiful water nor dampness cannot affect them—and they never fade, Gold Lockets of All descriptions. /£■&’ Pupils taught the Art on reasonable terms, mar 21 22-tf Hay! Hay!! N”OTICR is hereby given that tin* subscriber of fers for sale a quantity of Oat Hay at $4O per ton, in any quantity to suit purchasers. Apply at Mr. Miller’s near the Black Horse Saloon. Volcano. Smilli, Hardy \ *ai»dcr*, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Latham's Building, up stairs, Sarramenta, Cal. practice in all the Courts of the county. Particular attention given to business in the Supreme Court. Will also, on special occasions, attend to adjacent Courts. There will be a Notary Public constantly in the office, mor 21 ’ 22-3 m To liaiikcrx, Axxajcrx A (<old Hum! Healer*. Tbe New House of Haraszthy, TJznay & Co., Having established their NEW GOLD Ac SILVER REFINERY ON a large scale and in a permanent manner, are now ready to receive ihe precious imdals and proper** them for immediate coinage at the U. S. Must, in tin* most expeditious way. They Invite the attention of Bankers and Gold Dust Dealers to the fact, that the r reliniug is con ditch'd hy a process so MI CH CHEAPER AND QUICKER than that of the Government, that they can fix a much lower rate of charges for the opera tion. and thus make it a great pecuniary benefit to (lie Depositor, both in the time of receiving his coin, as well as in Ihe amount of tin returns. They are prepared to return either Coin or refin ed Ears for Dust or imparted liars. OFFICE No. 85 UatlriT street, near Commer cial HARASZTHY, UZXEV & CO. San Francisco, March 18, 1857. Dissolution. The firm of IVASS, MOLITOR Jt CO., Assay ers of Cold ami Silver, is this day dissolved hy mu tual consent, and their business w ill be settled by CHARLES UZNAV. a member of said linn, auil now a partner in the house of Haraszthy, U/.nay A Co.. Cold and Silver Refiners and Assayers, Office No. 85. Battery st.. near Commercial. The Assay Labratory of Ihe late firm having been transferred and connected with the new Re finery, tin* friends ami depositors who have here tofore deposited with MolitorA Co., are respectful ly solicited to continue their business with the new firm of Haraszthy, Uzuay 4 Co. T. C. M ASS. A. P. MOLITOR, Cl I AS. UZNAV. San Francisco, March Kith, 1857. mar 21 22-lm Assay Ofilco. BIJIKF. Sf CO. No. 52 J street, between 2d and 3d, Sacramento. ("SOLD and Ores of every description Melted and T Assayed, and made within twenty-four hours into BARS, or COIN. IV K or.m.UVTKK OUR ASSAYS. and w ill pay ail differences arising from the same with any of the U. S. Mints. liars discounted at San Francisco rates, and U. S. Coin sunt to our pat rons in tlie country by return Express. tiov22-5-tf Mamnel J. It. Handy, (I.ATK OF AMADOR C 0.,) COUNSELLOR AT LAW, IT AVING re tun ml to P/acervU/e . will strictly at- I X tend to all Professional Uuniness coijtkled to him, in the District Courts of Amador, Calaveras ami LI Dorado counties, and in the Supreme Court of tin* State. Office in Dorsey's tire-proof building, Main street. mar 14 7-ly OaKuerreoty pc*. Dll. WOODS, Dagtierrean Artist, hereby gives • notice that be w ill return to Volcano on the Ist of April. He has been devoting his time, du ring his absence, to acquiring all the improvements in his art. lie Is now prepared to paoduce pictures more beautiful than any ever before taken in Amador county; and will execute all the different kinds known in the State. March 14th, 1857.—21tf .1. Warner’* Hrnjf More, .Main Street, Volcano. Tlie undersigned would most respectful ly inform the citizens ofVoleuno and the surrounding country, that he has, and wIIT keep constantly on hand, a good ami fresh sup ‘"V Dlt UGS l .V/) MEDICINES, Paints. Oil«. Varnishes. Brushes of all kinds, Cam phene, Alcohol, Turpentine, Dye Stuffs, Patent Med icines of all kinds. Perfumery, Fancy Soaps. Toilet articles. A, . Ac., which we will sell at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. Physicians and others are request ed to call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Physicians’ Proscriptions put up accurately and with despatch, at all hours of the day or night. N. ll.—All articles sold by me will be warranted Pure and Utnuinr, JCDSOiN WARNER. ■ nt*r 14 J 9m LOOK OUT FOR B,Ui(LIL\S! HEM) QfUKTEHS THURSTON d CO., FOR. CHEAP GOODSI Wholesale mid Retail Dealers, Fire-proof Uriel: Store, Below Empire Hotel, FOLCJIJVO, Have just received, and offer lor Hie inspection of the citizen* of Volcano and the surrounding conn try. the largest, cheapest and host Block of STJJPI.fi jIJVI) FjUVVV DJI Y HOODS, FIFTH jiJVD sTjIPI.K CLOTHLVa, BOOTH. SHOES JIJVD RUBBER HOODS ever brought to the mountains, all of which have been purchased from the direct importers expressly lor this market, and in quantity quality and prices, we defy competition. WINTER, DRESS (H)ODS. Of every description, from IS centde laincs to sld Cashmeres. CLOAKS Of cloth velvet and moire antique, from $8 to sfiO. SHAWLS The handsomest styles in Cnlifornia, from 2 to $2O. PARTY AND HALL DRESSES. Silk, Arenadlnt s. Swisses, bereges, tissues, and all other styles describable. Goods lor evening dress es. SHOES AND GLOVES. The very best stock in the mountains. White and colored of every description. VARIETY CLOTHING AND BLANKETS. It is impossjbb to enumerate the various styles and qualities we have—all you want and at prices bound to please everybody. CARPET.'. AND MATTING. Handsome carpels from 37 4 to #1 25 per yard—all widths. Matting, floor and table oil cloths. ROOTS AM) SHOES. Kogcrs’, Wings’, Clark's, Godfrey's and nil otic r brands; no trash but the best stuck. RUBBER BOOTS AND COATS. Cheap and good, Hayward's make. FANCY ARTICLES. In great variets, for parties. Christmas aud New Year presents. GOODS. Head Dresses of Pearl. Chinelle and flowers; Artificial Flown rs Wreaths; Uoses and Bnds; White. Colored and Fancy Rice Mils and Gloves; Wax. Coral and Jet Beid-; full si Its Jetts; Krui- liio /.Varn; Ruck Gloves; Scarfs; Cravats and Handkerchiefs; in short, everything in onr line of business may be found in our mammoth stock, and that we can and will sell cheap, needs bat a trial to be convinced. No trouble to show our Goods. Look before you buy. December 13tb, Ifenti. 8-tf Dr. ChurlcM 11. To/crN Prirate •Medical Card. STRANGERS visiting Sacramento will remember that Hr. Tozer's Infirmary is ou Sixth street, between J and K. Sacramento. The great success and many radical cures made by Hr. Tozer since his commencement in this city, In which hundreds cun testify, induces him to in form those afflicted with any private complaints, REGENT or C'HRONIG. and wish lobe well and thoroughly cured, it will be to their interest and Welfare to call am him who for the last twenty-five years has given his entire attention to l*Rl\ ATE COMPLAINTS, and to all eas< - Of diseases Of a private nature ACUTE and CHRONIC, such as Cyphilis, Secondary and Constitutional affections, Gonorrhea and Seminal W "akness. tfleet ami Stric tures, and all diseases of the generative and urinary organs, lioth in male and lem.de.such as Prolapsus, Kluor Albus Histeria. Ac.. Ac., Ac. Patients can be assured that their complaints will not Is-tampered with, but treated upon strictly scientific principles. PRIVATE COMPLAINTS eradicated in a few days; new cases cured in a short time, without mercury. lie can Ite consulted at his office stall times of the day. from 9 in the morning until » in the even ing. All in affliction can And in him one who can see and sympathize with and befriend them when in trouble -one in whose services the utmost con lldeuee can be placed, (.'ora--all who are afflicted and in trouble, ami be relieved and cured. Apartments privately arranged so as to preclude the possibility of exposure. Lett rs enclosing Silt will receive prompt atten tion, with best advice and Instructions. C. 11. TOZER. M. D., Sixth street, between J and K. Read am! Ketieet. Dr. Charles 11. Tozer'B Card to the Afflicted. QUICK CURES AND LOW PRICES, AT THE ESTABLISHED OFFICE SIXTH STR'T, BETWEEN J AND K STREETS. DR. TOZER returns his (banks to bis numerous patients for their patronage, and would em brace this opportunity to remind them that he con tinues to consult ou those difficult cases ol \ f.nkkkai. which have baffled the skill of some of the most celebrated physicians of the age, and upon which he lavs never failed tv perform a ruth nil run. Dr. Tozer's reputation as a Physician stands tin equaled. His exclusive attention to Diseases of the Geiito Urinary Organs for so many years, renders him perfect master of Syphilitic Diseases. The large number of aggravated cases that he has perfectly cured after they have la-en given up by many others, is the only proof that a Physician requires of his ability. Dr. Tozer would state that he ran cure all cases of varieties of the disease, no matter how long standing, of what piogress the disease has made, every patient can rely upon a core. Dr.Tozerhas.it is Well known, taken patients from the very verge ol tin* crave, and RESTORED THEM To PERFECT HEALTH. II- further states that he deems it sufficient to attract the at tention of those who might need Hie services of a physician in am. cases, not particularly those enu merated m the advertisement, expecting that they would test my m- rits as a practitioner, and the re sult of my practice has been thus far satisfactory to my patients and myself. Nor do I deem it neces. sary to till columns of the newspapers with fulsome empiric and bombastic advertisements, professing my ability to heal all diseases flesh is heir to, fop to do that 1 must he something more than man. but to give those that are afflicted with VENEREAL CHRONIC, and other diseases, to understand, from long experience, 1 am fully competent totreatthem successfully. My regard for the dignity of the medical profes sion to which 1 have the honor to belong, deters me from committing any act savoring ol rank quack ery, and regard for my own dignity would prevent my placing mys- If oo a par vv ilh quacks and nos trum venders of the present age. I otb-r no genuine or fraudulent certificates or pulls of my superior qualifications us a practitioner, —neither do I assume to myself medical honors to which 1 am not entitled, but merely ask those who are diseased to read the diHereut advertisements relating to the cure of private diseases, and judge for themselves where to apply for relief. (My rooms are so arranged that lean be consulted in privacy at all hours of the day, Irom 9 o'clock iu the morning until « in the evening, fcO' Persons with Chronic Diarrhea. Dysentery, Local Weakness, Nervous Debility, Low Spirits Lassitude, Weakness of the Limbs and Buck. Indis position, l.oss of Memory, Aversion to Society, Love of Solitude, Timidity. Self-distrust. Dizziness Headache, Pains in the Side. Alfectioti of the Eyes, Pimples on the f ace. Sexual and other lulirmalies in Man, Ac., will find it important to consult Du. Cn.vtii.KsH Tozza at his office, Sixth street, be tween .i and K, Sacramento. C. 11. TOZER. M. D. IC<‘ii<t and Reflect. Dr. Cha's 11. Tozer's Card lit the Afflicted of California. IN approaching any new course of systematic in -1 qinry tle-re are cirtalu points cone- ruing which the inquirer should always be careful to satisly himself. He should couipn bund distinctly what the subject of inquiry is—Health and Disease. And we can I'ormand A\ lu our minds a clear conception of the state of Health, we shall have no difficulty in understanding what is meant by Dis ease. But beyond, uot above these objects of in vestigation ol the human body, we have another and still nobler end. It is to lay before you in such plain terms that you cannot la- mistaken and will know w here to apply lor relief. 1 use the word of "disease’’ generally, and be fore I -|i»..k of tin- signs of particular diseases, it will be proper to lake a general view of symptoms. When a person is troubled or afflicted with disease, which causes a vverkuess of the back and limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sight, loss of muscu lar power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, nervousness, dyspepsia, derangement of the diges tive functions, general debility, symptoms of con sumption, and many others, which are better ex plained than pat on paper, and requires Medical or Surgical Attention, it would be well for them to Impure if timfe ht a physician who Is coni potent so attend them, and who understands the application of medicine, and whose SCIENTIFIC ATTAIN MENTS in his profession, and whose age and ex perience entitle him to your confidence. Consider these things, On. C. 11. T'izkh has cmaluded to in form you that are afflicted, advertiser his place of business, stating that he has been a successful prac titioner forever twenty live years.and has ATTENDED AND CURED HUNDREDS, when they have tieen considered by other physi cians, and have been pronounced by them past re covery. Therefore yon cun rely irfjon him as one in whom sccukcv and the utmost confidence can lie placed. Hr. C. H. T. would invite all that are afflicted to call on him, and it he does not administi r for them, there will lie uu charge madi. l.et no false delica cy prevent yon. but apply immediately, and sum youtsell irom tie* dread ill consequences which must lollow those who neglect to receive atten dance. Dr. C. H. Tor r’s office Ison Sixth street, near the Belvidere Hotel, between ,1 and K streets. His rooms are so arranged that the Doctor can be con suited without the fear of molestation. e-*-(tithe hour-, from 9 in tin- morning until h in the evening."O f. C. H. TOZKR. M. D„ deed 7-ly Bth st.. between .1 ,X- K Etcsil IMnle lor Nale mi a HAVING received intelligence from horn , V-l requiring my pro-"nc" early the ensuing spring, i now oIT r my entire interest (being one-half) in J’age ,V Cam. run's fire I’rool buildings. The above property is located in the most desirable business portion of the Town ol Volcano, and will rent annually for $2OO per mo. Terms: one-third of the purelius money down, the balance in three and six months at two per cent., with security on the building. J. C. CAMERON*. Volcano, October Bih. 1858. octll fll-tf lli*«oliifioii. r coparlnith!iip hvretoforo existing between i George Muncklou and Jiulson Warn* r, under the common name of Muuckton & Warner, in tin 1 busim-ns of Druifgißts and otherwise, in Volcano, in tliia day dissolved by mnt lul consent. All the stock, notes, accounts and books of accounts of the said linn have been sold ami assigned to Judson Warner, who will continue the ImsiaoHH at the same place, ami to whom all persons indebted to the said linn will please make immediate payment. GKO. Ml XCKioN. JUDSON WARXKU. mar 14 21 4w Adiiiiiiiwtrator** Notice. N'OTICE is hereby given that all persons hold ing debts demands or cla ms against the estate of Frank I.ill.'heart, deceased, to present the same with the proper vouchers, to the undersigned at h.s office, in Drylown. Amador county, California, within ten,moatbs from the date hereof, or such debts, claims and demands will lie forex it barred All persons indebted to said Frank l iuehoHrt.de ceased, are r.qil.'stisi lo make immediate payment to the undersigned. By order of the Probate Court. J. ii. KING, Public Administrator. March 9th, 1557. mar I t 21-tw Tl;sMillie Caw. r P^UK citizens of Volcano and vicinity are ros- I pcclfully inf’nrint.Ml that tli*? ‘*Uavt ,,r in rropmieil. The liar is well supplied with the best Liquors, Wines, Cordial*, ttc., ami a -plcmlid ol ENULIKiI ALE. ~3r- The favorite SP.I Ilhl.l.VG (H.XGER BKh2U, by the Original Aiakrr, 'snowniuly; ami us the season advances, every other suitable re freshment will be provided. Families supplied. mar 14 21 -3m i CROC ER S, 119 FRONT STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. Offer for sale one of the largest .and best assorted stocks of anocEmiEs In the Market. Particular attention paid to orders, tell 28 19-ffm DR. SCuOEiMEMANN, F) espec tin Ily tenders h : s services as Physician laud Surgeon to the citizens of Volcano and vicinity. N. it. Particular attention paid to diseases of the EVE. OJfiee Main street two doors South of F. W. Chile's store. Consultation in English. German, and French. Private Residence- Heal, one door North ol J. D. Mason's. Hf iim Mrs. EniMlir’M Hotel. CLivrov MRS. EMSLIE. late of the Volcano Hotel, has opened a tir»t class hotel in Clinton, and hopes to receive a share at public patronage. The table will always la* furnished with Hie very best the market affords, and »u effort will be spared to ren der the patrons of the House comfortable and con tented. Mils. EMsLIE, Piuprutimi. Clinton, darch 19th., 1(07 Zl-tf. for Sole or Itoui. rpjjE Empire Livery stable in the rear of the 1 Empire Hotel, in Volcano. For particulars enquire oi the subscriber. V, STACY. mar U 21-ffxv A \ fur sale by the bale or ton by C. B WOODRUFF, Con«<al»*eN Sate. BV virtue or on execution to w directed, Irmcd on the :iOt!i day of March, A. D. 1857. from the cihirt of A. M. liallard, a Justice of the Peace in township number three. Amador county, Califor nia, in favor of Levi Hanford and K. C. Down*, copartner* under the name of Hanford A Downs, and against Uriah J. Uock on copartner of the lirm of Win. Kelly & Co., for the sum of eighty dollar* and twelve cents with interest on the mi me at I. rate of ten per cent, per annum (rem (he Isth of April, 1656 until paid, and forty-three dollars and ten cents costs of suit together with accruing <■,..(<. I have levied upon and will exp')-,- to Public Sale on the 251 b day of April, a. d. i -7. 1 . \ en the hour- of tni o’clock, a. m. and far e m.. all the right, title and interest of the afore raid defendants Uock & Kelly, in and to the following dereribed property, to wit: a certain piece or pare ! of min ing ground situated in Tousieyvillc, town-hip num lier three, nnd located iu a gulch known re Musqui to Caleb, together with railroad and all appurte nances (hereunto belonging—said inter s-t (sung one undivided fifth of about 6UO feet in length running up said gulch, by 100 feet widc;said claims being known as Tousley &Go 's claims. Also all th" right, title and interest of the said Rock in and to mining claims situated in I’ine Grove Gulch, Tonsleyville, township number three, together with railroad and car belonging thereunto and known as Hosloy & Co.'s claims. Also all the right, title and Interest of W’m. Kelly in and to a cer tain piece or parcel of raining ground situated on the South IlrancU of Sutter Creek, township num ber three, county and State aforesaid, and known ns Kelly & Co.’s claims and all appurtenances Hereunto belonging, bounded east by mining claims of Mi dies A Co., west by mining ground owned by Valentino & Co.— said interest supposed to be ote* undivided third of three claims, the last named claim will be sold at 10 o’clock, A. *t. Sale to take place on the premise* to satisfy Said execution, costs and accruing co-ts. W. I. MORGAN, Constable, Township Xu. 3. Amador Co., Cal. Dated at Volcano, 31-t March, 1557. apr 4 [prs lee s.o] 24-3 w Con«(alilrN S;»Ie. BY virtue of an oreh r of sale to me directed, is sued out of the Justice* Court of Geo. Munck ton, on n judgment rendered therein on the 25th day of March. A. D. 1H57, in favor of J. C. Pendle ton ami E. R. Oliver, and aeainat Jos. E. Morris and Elizabeth A. Morris, for the sum of 5176 93 debt and interest, and 811 20 costs of suit, I will evpo-e to public Mile, on the 17lli day of April, A. D. 1857, at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. ail the right, title, interest and claim of said defendants in and to the following described property, to-wit: A cer tain lot or parcel of land, lying and being situated in the county of Amador nnd State of California, situate in Township No. 3. at Stony Point, ami near the town ol Volcano, bounded on the North by ground claimed by one Ross, on the East by the Main street running through said town of Stony Point, on the South by James Mellord'spossession** the same being titty IVet square, mure or less, to gether with the improvements thereon and ail the iippurtenaa,' s there of. Sal" to take place in front of the premises, to satisfy said execution, interest, coats, and accruing coats. • L. S. SCOTT, Constable Township No. Three, Amador county, California. Volcano. March 28th, 1857. Pr. fee. 812 00. (mar2B-23-3t) i'iiiirstuii *V < t>. UT OL'ED inform their customers and the public ' generally, that they are off* ring their FALL XV'll IV/A I'KU UOUDs, for ladles and gentle men, AT COST, and other goods at reduced prices, in order to mak room lor the Spring stock. ,Z vf All persons in need of Dry Goods would do well to embrace this opportunity to purchase at reduced urices. tub 21* 18-tf UUIT DRINKING POISONOUS LIGTJOSS. Patent improved process for tusking All kinds of Lit|iior* and Vinegar f.V.S TAJVTL y, by the use of LACOUR'S ESSENTIAL OILS! ' IMIESE Oils are obtained by Distillation at the I Chemical Laboratory. Parish of Jefferson, of Pieire Lncour, auther of Lucour's Chemical Ana lysis. Lacour s Chemical Manipulations, Lacour on the Manufacture of Liquors, Ac. Purchasers are particularly requested to return the flask- and obtain their money, if the Oil does not give perfect satisfaction. L-iCOFWs OIL OF C'GGW.fCcoavcrtii neu tral spirit to a superior imitation of Imported brandies, viz; Otanl. haz- reie, Marett, Cognac, Poulfney, Seignette. United Vineyard Proprl tors, Castilion and London Dock Brandies. These li quors will have a full fruity Haver and a beautiful sparkling color. Common Rectified Whiskey will lie changed by the use ol the Oil of Cognac to New York Brandy, Pine Apple Brandy, Common Cognac Brandy, Ac. LAVOUH' S OIL OF JiYE changes Rectified Whiskey to Monongahela Uye Whiskey, Old Vir ginia Malt Whiskey. Bourbon Whiskey, Ac. OIL OF CEI/U.I T changes common Rectified Whiskey to Old Irish Malt Whiskey, and a superior article of Scotch Whiskey. OIL OF PEACH changes common Whiskey to Virginia Peach Brandy, Ac. Oil of Peach and Oil of Cognac w ill convert common Whiskey to Apple Brandy. OIL OF Ol.V convert* the poorest Whiskey to Holland Gin, Scheidum Schnapps, Rose Gin, Eng lish Gin, Ac. UICoriFS CO.VCE.VTIt.I TED ACID will in live hours alter being mixed, change five gallon* of good vinegar and twenty-live gailous ot water to thirty gallons of the most acid V iatgar that can lie tumid in the iimrki t. By the use of Lacour's Concentrated Acid. Vinegar can be made lor one dollar and sixty cents a barrel. FOU ,1/JfiVU LIQUORS, Lacour’* Oils need no preparation—only pour the nit into the whiskey and shake well. The liquors thus made will have a flue natural aroma, a full, rich, ally taste; u beau ti Ini transparent color, and a line bead. Lacour 3 Oils exert three distinct properties in converting common whiskey to brandy, gin, Ac. The first properly corobiueswllh and subsides in the form of Huculent particles the whole of the grain oil, (Amylie Alcohol.) The whiskey is thus deprived of that peculiar irritat ag and naming taste, mid becomes a neutral spir t; the • ..end property con sists in an oily nuicillagiiiou* taste imparted to the liquor, whieh rend) rs it mellow, and imparls an nppcaranc ol great age: the third properly is ex b,lilted in the rich vinous nutty odor tli.it is im parted to tiie liquor, w hich renders distinction from the genuine brands impossible. These o Is are put up iu quart flasks; each flask contains siitlleieiit ml lor making three hundred gallons of liquor. Full and comprehensive diiec lions accompany the bottles. I’nee 82 per bovtle. ,rer For sale at the corner of sit. Charles and Pojdras streets, New Orleans. one bottle of these Oils, five in nundier, will be - cure ly packed and shipped, with bill of lading, to any part of the country, upon the receipt ot 810, to the address of P. LACOUR, New Orleans. Purchasers are requested, as a guarantee of good faith, to furnish us the name of any house in New Orleans ami we will ship them a package of the Oi)s. If they do not perform all that is claimed for them, they w ill cost nothing. .Votice Iu Liyuur DeaUrs and Merchant*. —A complete assortment of the Oils necessary for ma king and flavoring every v ariety of liquor, and a package ol the articles used for giving artificial hlrtn£lh to liquors, (converting 7bgallons of whis key to 100 gailous.) and every article necessary to commence a Liquor Store, will he furnished for fliO. Also all the information necessary to con duct such an establishment, thus enabling the new egiumrto successfully compete with the oldest liquor dealers. Addre s», through Post Office, P. LACOUR, New Orleans. Tsf Lnconr'a Concentrated Acid for making Vinegar, is put up iu 2 gallon packages at $6 per package—id good bh.ppiug Older. fab 1 l*-lj