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NORTH SAN JUAN, JUNE 15, 1861. Ij. P, FISHER, N<> 171J4 Washingtonstreet San Francisco, is our only authorized Agent for that city. EANDAL& CO., 61 D street Marysville, are an thorized to receive advertisements and subscrip tions forthe I’ress at that place. “THE UNIOI MUST AND SHALL BE PRESERVED i” “Forever float that standard sheet, Where breathes the foe, but falls before us, With freedom’s soil beneath our feet, And freedom’s banner waving o’er us !” Spurious Unionism. —The Douglas Democ racy recently held a Convention at Tehama, at which the following pledge was voted down : Revolted, That each person who becomes a candidate before this Convention shall take the following pledge : “I do hereby pledge myself to sustain, maintain and support the Constitution of the United States of America, and the laws thereof, at all hazards, and under all circum stances, and upon all occasions, without any mental reservation or equivocation whatever on my part. That I will not, cither directly or in directly, encourage, support, or incite Secession, under any pretence whatever; nor encourage and support those who do not politically sustain that doctrine ; nor any other person or persons who do not support and sustain the Constitu tion and laws of the United States of America.” The following resolution was adopted: Resolved , By this Convention, that the dele gates to the State Convention be instructed to vote for John G. Downey for our next Governor. The true Douglas Union men had better take refuge in a true-blue Union party before it is too late. The secessionists trill “ring in” upon them, so long as they retain that word “De mocracy.” The Circus Coming.—Billy Pridham, the intelligent and generous “Advance Agent” of Dr. Bassett’s United Slates Circus, was here on Wednesday, and distributed the bills of this Equestrian Troupe, which is to exhibit here on next Monday evening. In looking over a list of the performers, we find the names of several who have gained world-wide celebrity for their grace ful and daring feats in the ring. The programme is also arranged so as to afford an agreeable variety ; from which it may be inferred, that as the entertainment is to be one composed of many excellencies, the audience will be large and appreciative in proportion. A circus has always been well patronized here when worthy of support, and we presume the seats will all be taken in the pavilion of this, the only equestrian troupe of real merit now in the State. Breckinridge Convention. —The Breckin ridge County Convention to send delegates to the State Convention which assembled at Sacramento, met in Nevada on Monday last. Mr. H. M. Moore, of Moore’s Flat, was chosen permanent presiding officer. The delegates in attendance from this township were, John Ryan, A. A. Atkins, E. W. Moore, G. G. Winham, M. A. Winham, proxy for P. Murphy. A. W. Clark, and H. Black. N. C. Clark and H. Black, were appointed delegates. Six resolutions were adopted, in which a “strict adherence to the Constitution” is recommended, the coercive pol icy condemned, devotion to country expressed, Gov. Downey’s administration indorsed, the party requested to establish Democratic Clubs throughout the county, and an “extensive circu lation of the Marysville Express” enjoined. * 0 • Winter in June. —We have begun to think, here in the highlands, that some remarkable convulsion has occurred in the heavenly courts, which has given a new and violent direction to all things terrestrial —making mankind mad, and entirely upsetting the usual order of the seasons. Not only is the hand of brother raised against brother, but the clouds gather threaten ingly and frowningly, at a time when the moun tain-tops should be crowned with a halo of sun light ; instead of perfumed zephyrs breathing on banks of roses, angry winds go howling through the pines. In the ravines, where daisies and verdure were wont to smile at the advent of joy ous June, repose the damps and chills of winter. Snow r is visible where we should have teeming vegetation ; overcoats feel comfortable at mid day, and at nights the blazing fire is absolutely indispensable. In fact, we have abandoned all idea of having any summer this year, and if a radical change does not take place, it is extreme ly doubtful whether we shall enjoy any next! [O’A gentleman writing from Virginia City to a friend in this place, says that a company of 24 dragoons, under command of Capt. Moore and Lieut. Baker, suddenly appeared in Silver City on the 7th inst., and captured 21 stand of Gov ernment arras in possession of Mr. S. T. Curtis, formerly Assemblyman from this county, who said he kept them to protect his rights in the St. Louis ground, now in dispute. At a subsequent period, the same writer adds, Mr. Curtis was ar rested by Capt. Moore, and compelled to renew his oath of allegiance to the Government. We are sorry Mr. Curtis is tainted with seces sionism, for certainly in every other respect, he is a most worthy and clever gentleman. Collector Rankin. —We expressed a doubt last week of Collector Rankin’s guilt in inter fering with the Republican primary election at Sacramento, and it now gives us pleasure to say, that doubt was well founded. The Union con tradicts the statement authoritatively. Mr. Rankin, it is said, had nothing to do with the “shenanegan” practised, one way or the other. We supposed him too honorable a man to de scend to any such reprehensible conduct, and the facts abundantly prove that he is so. Muy Placco. —Alexander Montarg, the suc cessor in leanness of the once celebrated living skeleton Calvin Edson, accompanies Dr. Bas sett’s circus. If the pictures do him justice, there is not enough flesh on his bones to make a meal for a dozen hungry pismires. He sports a mustache, however, and is said to be a regular Paganini at playing the fiddle. State Treasurer. —We have heard the name of Isaac N. Dawley, formerly an Assemblyman from Nevada, of which place he is now a resi dent, used in connection with the office of State Treasurer. It is said he will be a candidate for the position before the Douglas Democratic State Convention. Mr. Dawley was one of the earliest and most fcvoted friends of David C. Broderick, and is now as true on the unqualified Union question as the needle is to the pole. THE THREATENED DANGER. Since the parties have shown a determin ation to adhere to their old forms and preju dices by holding primary elections, calling conventions and nominating candidates, all the rancor and malignity which heretofore, in times of profound peace, characterised their proceedings, are being re-enacted. The politicians and political papers have already begun to bandy epithets, to traduce each other, and widen the breach against recon ciliation as much as it is possible to do. The sincere patriot, Mho de.-pises the offices as much as he does those who M’ould sacrifice every ennobling feeling to attain them, must lament this: and yet, Mith all his pity and contempt for such a class, he will hardly receive credit for disinterested ness in the expression of his honest opinions. For our part m t c can freely say, while zeal ously laboring to effect a fusion of all the Union elements for the nomination to office only of undoubted Union men, that although our insignificance may have shielded us from the suspicion of entertaining political aspi rations, still, as an evidence of undefiled sincerity in the premises, and by way of example to those who imagine themselves in the line of promotion, with uplifted hand we are willing to take an oath that we neither desire nor would accept of a public position, from the office of Governor down to the humble position of a township clerk. We are for the cause, and the cause only. That cause is the country—her laws, her Constitution, her flag—the States, united, fraternal, indivisible. Are men so degener eraled, so besotted and selfish that they cannot, for once in a life time, rise superior to their brutish instincts and devote their energies, and lives, if required, to so noble and disinterested a work ? As the canvass progresses the strife be tM*een wire-working politicians grows more rancorous and implacable. Many will for get that they have a country which claims their paramount affection. Advancing step by step in the dirty work of crimination and recrimination, they will not scruple to com pound wiih their real enemies, in order to gain a temporary advantage over their fan cied ones. In this manner they will barter off everything worth contending for, so that even a victory gained would prove more embarrassing and disastrous than to sustain an honest defeat. A Union organization could not have failed to hush and crush these senseless clamors. Hut one enemy, contemptible in numbers, irresolute in determination, and that could easily be vanquished, would have presented itself. The bold prominence into which it must be thrown by such a movement, would have intimidated its rank and file from mak ing themselves conspicuous in a cause which is gcnei’ally reprobated. But in a promiscu ous fight, by the use of strategy and those covert means so well understood and skill fully used by veteran partizans, the chances for success are greatly enhanced, it not alto gether equalised—and who shall pretend to say the victory rests M’hen the smoke of the battle has cleared away ? Mr. A. A. Sargent, one of the shrewdest and most intelligent leaders of the Republi can party in California, made a speech before the County Convention of that party in Nevada, on Saturday last. Hear what he says : “These men [the disunionists] are our only real antagonists in this State, and let not their numerical strength be undervalued. I am firmly convinced by the signs of the times, that the next officers of this State will be either Republican or Secession.” The Douglas Democracy think themselves by far the strongest of either of the three parlies, M’hile the enemies of the Govern ment are plotting secretly, and will leave no effort untried to maintain a power which they now possess, and which can be used with telling effect to perpetuate itself in the hands of those who now hold it. And if the Secessionists should carry the State, who would undertake to keep Cali fornia in the Union? Who could prevent the palmetto flag from waving on the dome of the State capitol, or flyingfrom the tops of a thousand poles in all our principal cities and villages? Miserable, blind, headstrong, infatuated, corrupt politicians—wire-workers, conven tion-packers, caucus-controllers—will you not pause before you have ruined the coun try ? Can nothing induce you to forego your insatiable lust for office ? If the Union battle is lost, and the State converted into a Pacific Republic, an eternity of repentance would not avail to remove the curse which will rest against your hell-deserving souls. The Expense. —Those great humanitarians and political economists known as secessionists, after shedding the first blood in an unnecessary war, and then raising an outcry against coercion ; after justifying the seceding States in stealing about a hundred millions of dollars’ worth of Government property, to say nothing of the five hundred millions due northern merchants, and repudiated by Southern men ; have all at once discovered that the defensive war of the Govern ment is going to prove expensive. They are col lecting and publishing in tabular form, long col umns of figures to make out their case, and will probably succeed in establishing it. Wars usually are expensive; but some little consolation should be derived from the fact, if the Government in this case is compelled to pay, so is the aggressor. When the former gets her forts, mints, ships and other public property back, and opens a way for her loyal citizens to recover that of which they have been defrauded, the aggregate of her losses will have been somewhat reduced. Besides all this, the property which remains is worthy of be ing protected. A few hundred millions are a drop in the bucket, as compared with national pusillanimity, cowardice and dishonor. “A Peaceful Solution.” —Those who array themselves against the Government, * say they want a “peaceful solution” of our present diffi culties. We should like to see the Marysville Express, or some other mouth-piece of the anti coercion element in this State, give its views at large on this subject, showing precisely how such a state of affairs can be brought about without loss or dishonor to the Government; how peace can be secured while those who have arms in their hands refuse to lay them down; how the Constititution can be maintained, when several States have set it at defiance, and established a Confederacy in direct contravention of its plain provisions. We should like also to know, why a party that calls itself a “true friend of the Union,” should always be passing resolutions and uttering speeches for the purpose of giving “aid and comfort to its enemies;” why they have such a dislike to the American flag as to pull it down and debase it on all occasions when they can do so with safety. Patriotism in the days of 76, was wont to exhibit itself in quite a differ ent manner. “A peaceful solution,” in the vocabulary of the secessionists means, for the Government to remain quiet while a rebel force demolishes its capitol, seizes upon its Treasury and assassin ates its President; to order a retreat of its arm ies, and suffer them to be slaughtered in the at tempt to effect an ignominious escape: to suffer treason and traitors to usurp the legislative halls and frame the laws to suit themselves ; to permit nine millions of people to dictate the terms of settlement to nineteen millions of law-abiding citi zens ; in fine, it means that the Northern people should pocket insult after insult from their would be Southern masters, and submissively lick the hand that is raised to smite them. Do the sympathisers with treason in California not know that a man would be hung in the Southern Confederacy who had the temerity to talk of a “peaceful solution ?” Why not come out manfully and indorse rebellion, since in their secret hearts they so much desire to see the Government abased and overthrown, and not attempt to impose upon the voters by a hypo crical cry' of “peace !” which can only be pro cured by those laying down their arms who com menced the unnatural war ? A “peaceful solution,” indeed! with hostile bayonets at your throat, an army of a hundred thousand men mustered to invade your soil, the brand of “coward” ready to be impressed on your forehad, and the heel of despotism iron-shod to trample you in the dust! The “mackerel-catchers” and “blue-bellied Yankees” of the North would occupy an exalted place, truly, in the affections of the Southern chivalry, if they faltered or gave back one inch now, when their courage has been challenged to the test! They arc expected to fight, and a fight let it be. After the smoke of battle has cleared away, and the vanquished have counted their slain, it may be that a higher opinion will be entertained of Northern valor. Then will be time enough to talk of a “peaceful solution,” and let those tequest it who expect to derive the greatest advantage from its terms. Such A. Cause!— We are unable to realise how any man of a high sense of honor can sym pathise with a cause so notoriously unworthy as that of the seceded States, in their attempt to disrupt the Union. Their leaders committed moral perjury among their first acts ; stole the property of the General Government wherever they could find it; and commenced an unpro voked assault upon an almost defenceless garri son, with the cowardly intention of battering down its walls and killing its men and officers. Next, the people resort to a fiendish policy of arresting, hanging or otherwise murdering inno cent men, merely on suspicion of being loyal to the Government which claims their first allegi ance. Next, the bullying, braggart tone in which their taunts of defiance are hurled at the North, is unworthy of a people professing chiv alric feelings. Next, the using of the Govern ment dies to stamp their impression on counter feit coin, is an act so infamous in character as to deserve the execration of entire Christendom. And next, the repudiation of their just debts to Northern men, has capped the climax of all that is base, dishonorable and unjustifiable before the Court of Heaven or the bar of enlightened public opinion. And do such a people and such a Government hope to have their independence recognized by the Christianized nations of Europe ? Why the thing is absolutely preposterous. As well ask to have piracy legalized, or all law for the pun ishment of theft and murder abolished. Republican County Convention. —This body met in Nevada on Saturday last, and was presided over by Joseph Kutz, Esq., of this place. An eloquent address was delivered to the Con vention by A. A. Sargent, Esq,, who subsequent ly, as the chairman of a committee duly chosen, reported a preamble and resolutions breathing a loyal Union sentiment, without once referring to party. The following delegates were then elected to the State Convention: Nevada, A. A. Sargent, T. E. Beans, T. W. Colburn, E. G. Waite, J. N. Turner; Bridgeport, R. H. Farquhar, James Collins, R. P. Roberts, Ralph Reamer; Grass Valley, M.S. Norton, Reuben Leach, J. I, Sykes; Little York, J. M. Avery, S. Martin ; Rough and Ready, D. Bovyer, Charles Mason ; Bloomfield, T. A. Richardson ; Eureka, E. W. Councilman. A County Central Committee for the ensuing year w’as chosen, consisting of the following gen tlemen: E. G. Waite, A. A, Sargent, A. W. Potter, Nevada; Louis R. Sowers, Grass Valley; W. H. Sears, San Juan ; Geo. Flint, Rough and Ready ; W. F. Heydlauff, Red Dog; T. Carey, Bloomfield; J. S. Perkins, Omega; P. E. Jetferis, Eureka. The Convention was also ably addressed by Messrs. T. B. McFarland and Gaylord. The Great Übiquitous.—That Ben McCul lough is a most remarkable man —much more so than Ned McGowan ever was. He is not only übiquitous, but a rip-roaring, rantankerous hero, who expels fire from his nostrils and devours whole communities with the savage voracity of a Fe Fo Fi Fum. One day we hear of him at the head of a fighting regiment in Richmond. Vir ginia ; the next he is leading a mounted column in Texas; the next, mustering recruits at the capital of the Southern Confederacy ; and the next, assisting Col. Bragg in his preparations to assault Fort Pickens. What a terrible Boaner ges !—at every place on all occasions, breathing Sennacharib and slaughter against the soldiers of the Union, but in a matter of actual fight, subsiding into the arms of old Boastful Do- Nothing with the display of as gentle and inof fensive a spirit as the callow offspring of a “sucking dove.” Virginia. It is said there is bnt “one step from the sub lime to the ridiculouswhich will also bear the interpretation, that there is but one degree be tween the pinnacle of happiness and the lowest depth of depravity and crime. Six months ago, with how much pride the school-boy dwelt upon the history of the glorious old commonwealth of Virginia—the mother of Presidents, of statesmen and patriots—the land of refinement, hospitality and letters. Alas! how low she has fallen ! Her ballot-boxes, in which reposed the only safety of the State, have been relinquished into the hands of an alien soldiery—her citizens consenting to and inviting the act, which must forever degrade them in their own estimation, and that of the enlighten ed nations which witness it. Sic semper tyran mis—down with the tyrant —has been the motto of the State ; and yet the tyrant has fastened its clutch upon the throat of Liberty, and strangled her amid the encouraging plaudits of her own people! Theyears of a lifetime cannot wipe out this mon strous disgrace. Even the alien soldiery who stood with fixed bayonets to prevent a fair expres sion of the public will, cannot but regard with pity and contempt, those who would make such a use of their services—who thus confess their inability to govern themselves, and willingly yielded themselves to a despotism for the sake of the protection it afforded. More than this — who permitted 75,000 votes to be cast the day before that appointed for the holding of the elec tion ! lx the Field.— The Nevada Democrat con tains announcements from several gentlemen for the offices to which nominations are to be made by the Douglas County Convention, to be held in that city on Saturday, the 29th inst Why not announce in this part of the county, also ? * • . Initials.— Let the reader combine the initial letters of the following names in the order in which they are given, and see what they will spell: Twiggs, Rhctt, Arnold, Iverson, Tombs, Orr, Reagan, Stephens. Snow. —The Forest City coach arrived down on Saturday last, Bth inst., with snow on top nearly six inches deep. While it rained here, it snowed higher up in the mountains. BORN, In North San'Juan, Tuesday, June 11th, the wife of Patrick Synon of a daughter. DR. BASSETTS llTffl STATES CIRCUS W The only Equestrian Troupe In California ! THIS NEWLY ORGANIZED TROUPE OF STAR Equestrian, Gymnastic and \crobatie Perform ers will give one of their grand and unique per formances at NORTH SAN JUAN ON MONDAY, JUNE 17th, 1861. Free Exhibition! Blondin’s Feat!! Terrific Ascension from the ground to an elevation of sixty feet, previous to the commencement of the Areuic Performance, By Mrs. Walter Ay mar. Admission to pavilion, only one dollar. Children half ] rice. MR. ALEX. MONTARG, THE LIVING SKELETON! AND NATURAL VIOLINIST, Will also be on exhibition during the stay of thcU.S. Circus. For full particulars and programme of the evening, see bills of the day. Wil. PRIDHAM, junelslt Advance Agent. Manzanita Chapter, No. 29, R. A. M., meets every Friday at 8 o'clock p. m. Regular meetings the first and third Friday of eacli month. WM. WILMOTT, 11. I’. Wm. 11. Sears, Sec’y. June! 5 MILITARY DRILL Notice to the Young Men of Nevada County. THE undersigned, of Sebastopol, offers his services ns a Military Instructor to the Young Men of Nevada county. Having been over fifteen years at one of the best military schools in Europe, he considers himself quallified to teach the Recruit the duty and exercise of a soldier. It is a fact well known to all military men, that much of the efficiency of the soldier depends on the first teachings of the Drill, in order to prepare the re cruit to discharge all the duties of a soldier. Exercises. Ist, Theposition of a soldier, facings, marching, etc. 2d, Manual and platoon exercise of heavy infantry, riflemen, company drill, light infantry manonvres, etc. 2d. Battalion drill, both as against infantry and cavalry. 4th, Officers taught the use of the small sword and fencing! ANDREW HARTMAN. junels-4t CIGARS, BOUT BOWS, AND A GENERAL VARIETY, JUST RECEIVED AT S A MEL S 0 N’S. A large lot of HAVANA and DOMESTIC CIGARS. TOBACCO, OF ALL KINDS. fancy goods. UNION BADGES, SHIELDS, WATCH GUARDS, and FLAGS, All sixes. A nice assortment of fresh CONFECTIONERY, NUTS and FRUIT, CUTLERY, etc., etc. GIVE ME A CALL. juneS SAM. SAMELSON. KID FOUNTAIN SODA! Lemon, Tanllla, Pineapple, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsaparilla. At SAMELSON’S. FLOUR FOR SALE! FIVE HUNDRED SACKS of superior flour are offered for sale, in lots to suit purchas ers, by 8.4 F. WOOD, juneS Sweetland. AMBROTi’PES PHOTOGRAPHS Are now taken, in superior style, by METCALF & SMITH, in rn* BUG TENT, MAIW STREET, NORTH SAN WAN, A short distance east from the New Tftvalef, on the opposite side of the street. may2s «■ CALL AND SECURE A GOOD PICTURE. AMBBOTYPESI THE undersigned is now operating in all styles of AMBROTYPES and LETTER PICTURES, AT WETTIG’S OLD ROOMS) On Main street, where he will remain for a short time only. Parties desiring work in his line are requested tocome up soon, as he is likely to be crowded during the last few days of his stay. %* Satisfaction guaranteed, or no charge. jnncl R, DESMOND. “SOMETHING NEW!” 30,000 HAVANA CIGARS! OF THE CHOICEST BRANDS, selected with especial care for this market, to which the attention of hotel, saloon and country dealers is especially invited. junel For sale in lots to suit, by HECHT & PRATT. SM JI A\ HOTEL, T. G. PRICE, Proprietor. may 25 3STETW STORE. HECHT & PRATT, NORTH SAN JUAN. OPPOSITE THE UNION HOTEL. Wholesale Rotail DEALERS IN G-ro ceries, PROVISIONS, Foreign and Domestic LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, HARDWARE, CROOKRHY, CAMPHENE, COAL and LARD OILS, etc. We would particularly invite the attention of the Trade to our well assorted stock. Receiving all our goods DIRECT PROM SAN FRANCISCO, We are enabled to furnish them, with addition of freight, at Sacramento prices. lIECIIT & PRATT. Blasting powder and fuse, in lots to suit, at lIECIIT & PRATT S. Havana and domestic cigars, by tile Case or Box, at lIECIIT & PRATT S. \TEW CRANBERRIES! at An lIECIIT & PRATT’S. CROCKERY, a splendid assortment, at lIECIIT & PRATT’S. Basket tea! japan do. Black and Green Teas of ail brands, at lIECIIT & PBATT'S. CAMPHENE, COAL &, LARD OILS, at HECHT k PRATT’S. JUST RECEIVED, the celebrated “ BT S QIJTT DUBOTTCTIE’ COGNAC, at IIECHI & PRATT S. OLD FRENCH COGNAC, French Brandy. Jamaica Rum, by the Cask orGallon. at lIECIIT A PRATT’S. Extensive Additions. W E are now receiving extensive additions to our already LARGE STOCK of FRESH Groceries akd Provisions, which we are determined to dispose of at the lowest marxet rates. In the list of late arrivals, are induced BEDSTEADS, double and single. MATTRESSES “ Furniture, embracing Rocking Chairs. Tables, Washstands. etc., etc. t>f<UA splendid assortment of QUEENSWARE. maylB HECHT At PRATT. Main street, opposite Uniou Hotel, North San Juan Mattresses. TUST RECEIVED, directfrom San Francisco, •" an assortment of PULU and STRAW MATTRESSES, for sale cheap, by UECiIT 1 PRATT. Franchere & Butler’s Column New Drug; Store ON FLUME STREET, NORTH SAN JUAN. FRANCHERE & BUTLER Would respectfully return thanks to their nu merous friends and customers, for their liberal patronage, and ask a continuance of the same. Just received, n largo lot of «®-PURE WHITE LEAD, J ®a Importation of ISCI, To keps of 25, 50 and 100 ft*, each} the best article' ever imported to California* Best Boiled Linseed Oil^ In quantities to suit purchasers. Paris and C hrome Green Cbrome Yeiiew, ’ Prussian Dluc, Burnt and Raw limber^ Dry and in oil, etc., etc., in 1 and 2 ft. tins. Persons desiring Paints, Oils, Brushes, etc, Would do well to give us a call. Our stock is full* and complete, and we are determined to sell on as reasonable terms as any house in the mountain*. Also an assortment of UNION FLAGS AND BADGES f AIiTEIIATIVB AND PURIFYING SYRUP. This valuable and pleasant purifier of the blood cau be purchased from Franchere & Butler. It is put up in bottles containing one pint, and we venture to say that one bottle of it is more beneficial than throe bottles of any of the sarsaparillas now in use. We have recently Enlarged our Store, and received in addition to onr former well-s* lectcd stock, A FRESH SUPPLY, FOR WIN TER TRADE, of DRUGS, Chemicals, Patent Medicines* and everything else pertaining to a Til OR O UGII DR UG ESTA DLISIIMENI all of which we will sell at Wholesale and Re tail. Physicians* Prescriptions Carefully compounded from the purest materials at all hours of the day and night. Our stock consists in part of Jayne’s Family Medicines, Ayres’ Sarsaparilla, Cherry Pectoral and Cathartic Pills, Graefenherg Co’s. Medicines; Mrs. tV inslow’s Soothing Syrup; And all the New Patent Medicines, and on* hundred different kinds of Pills. Paints, White Lead, Boiled Oil, Haw Oil, Lard Oil, Sperm Oil, Castor Oil, Polar Oil, Tanner’s Oil, Neatsfoot Oil. Kerosene, Camphene, Burning Fluid. Varnishes, Furniture, Copal, Coach, Damar and Japan. Glass, Putty, Brushes, of all kinds. Perfumery, Lubin’s Extracts, Colognes, Po mades, Tooth Powder, Hair Restoratives and Hair Dyes. A new Article of PERFUMERY, called Kiss Me Quickly! Distilled from the well known plant called Touch-Me-Not. All kinds Shaker Herbs and Extracts,. Kerosene Lamps, at Reduced Prices. Lamp Chimneys and Lamp Wicks. Fine Razors and Cutlery. Lilly White aud Chalk Balls; Fuff Boxes and Puffs; Breast Pumps; Nursing Bottles; Teething Rings; Shoulder Braces; Male and Female Trusses; Doub. <fc Single Abdominal Supporters; Syringes, metal, glass and Indiarubbcr; Silk and cotton Suspensories; Acids, Nitric, Muriatic and Sulphuric; BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Blank Books; Pocket Diaries, 1861. Pocket 31cmorandums; Letter Paper, large and small; Note Paper, plain and fancy; Foolscap, Legal Cap; Blotting Paper; Bill Paper; Music Paper, Drawing u Envelopes, plain, faney and cloth lined; Gold and Steel Pens; All kinds Lead Pencils. Slate Pencils. Rulers, wood and India Rubber. Receipt Books; Note Books; Slates, all sizes; Inks, of all kinds; Ink Stands; Sand Boxes; Mucilage; School Books; Superb Gilt Bibles, etc. BST’Orders from a Distance Promptly- Attended To.“^a A new lot of Childrens’ Home Primers and ABC Books. Mrs. Hale’s New Cook Book. Mrs. Crowen’s American Lady’s Cook Book, Miss Leslie’s Cook: Book. Webster’s Illustrated Diction ary. Sargent’s Readers.. Also prepared to supply the public; a with delicious beverage for summer: PORTABLE LEMONADE:. Marsh’s Patent, Abdominal Supporters,, and. Ladies’ Shoulder Braces. Remember the Place*. FRANCHERE & BUTLER;. FLUME STREET, NORTH SAN JUAN.