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Republican Meeting.— The political cam paign was inaugurated here by speeches from A. A. Sargent, Esq., candidate for Con gress, and Col. James Collins, for the As sembly, on Tuesday evening last. A popular dramatic troupe opened the Theater the same evening, which divided the population, and prevented either from having as large an audience as was desired. The fact is, “a prophet bath honor except in his own country.’’ Mr. Sargent will draw large crowds in any other county than this, where he has fo long resided, by whose people he has frequently been heard, and to whom he is so favorably known, that they are willing to take him as the drowsy pew-holder took the preacher. “He could trust himself to slum ber," he said, “under parson D.’s teachings because they were known to be sound; but when a stranger occupied the pulpit, it was necessary to remain awake and watch him." There will be no great amount of enthus iasm during the campaign. The heart of the people is notin politics. The loyal citi zen is solicitous only for the safety of the Union, and is watching with painful anxiety each movement that is made by the hostile and threatening armies on the Atlantic side. The time has arrived for reflection without enthusiasm ; and that is the mood in which, we think, the voters will be found, pretty ■much all over the Stale. The chief duty is to expose the fallacies of secession sym pathisers, and unmask the hypocrasy of traitors. Allison’s Ball. —The dancing community will bear in mind that a grand Ball is to come off at Allison’s Ranch on Friday evening next, 9th inst. The Forbes Troupe. —Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Forbes, assisted by a troupe of fair performers, gave a couple of dramatic entertainments in the" Theater at this place on Wednesday and Thurs day evenings. The plays selected were “Fazio,” and "Hamlet” —in both of which the principal characters were sustained by Mr. and Mrs. Forbes, with great ability. They have both re ceived training in a severe yet elevated school of the histrionic art; and if they do not entirely come up to the expectations of the vulgar, they never c use the “judicious to grieve.” Both are classical and correct in their delineations of character —Mrs. Forbes possessing in voice, ges ture and person, the accomplishments necessary for complete success as an actress. Her rendi tion of the Italian Wife was a beautiful piece of acting, which gained her great applause ; and while her Hamlet may be considered remarkable, as the performance of a woman ; still one cannot forget that it is a woman, deficient in physical power —however skillful in graceful action —and consequently in many passages unequal to a complete rendering of the author’s conception. But as meritorious people in the profession gen erally, we take pleasure in commending Mr. and Mrs. Forbes. They are worthy of support in any country and among any people. The Washoe Stage Line. —The traveling public are invited to peruse the advertisement in to-day’s paper relating to Southwick’s Washoe Stage Line. Those coming through from San Francisco, Sacramento or Marysville, on their way to Washoe, have now an opportunity for traveling this route, which was long ago pro nounced the best, as it is certainly the most pic turesque, of any leading across the mountains. It Wasn’t Jim. —The man who played the first grave digger in Hamlet, wasn’t Jim Pettin ger, as many were Wd to suppose from the re semblance of the nose. Jim has not yet taken to the “histrionic,” although when he’s dry, he’s “on it.” Excellent Cronk. —Mr. C. E. Ilelfrich,’in addition to his soda, is now manufacturing a su perior article of Cronk Beer. •- • • IITThe Forbes dramatic troupe perform to night at Downieville. They will afford the citi zens of that place good entertainment. Apothecary Stuffs. —Messrs. Franchere & Butler advertise n fresli supply of articles in their line. Peruse their column. Watch Them. —Another fire originated in 'Chinatown on Monday, but was extinguished before any great harm was done. Unless the careless varlets who roost in that quarter are closely watched, they will involve the town in conflagration yet before the summer season closes. Buildings. —The spirit of improve ment continues abroad. Several framo buildings are being erected in different parts of the town. Orchestral. —Onr Band furnished the or chestra for Mr. and Mrs Forbes’ theatrical /performances, with Mr. Ralph Reamer as its leader. Their music was selected with great taste and was so brilliantly executed as to elicit from the audience several rounds of applause. Ralph handles the how as skilfully as a Paginini ; and commands a support in his assistants, equal to the demands of any emergency. We are pleased to say to the •atrical companies visiting the town, that it will be unnecessary to bring orchestral performers with them, as we are able and willing to furnish that desirable feature of their entertainments. Pont Express Agent. — Mr, J. A. Seely, we Understand, has received the appointment of Pony Express Agent at this place, in addition to his agency for Langton’s Express. The appoint ment is worthily conferred. Those wishing to send letters by pony can do so by handing them to Mr. S., who is prepared to forward them with the best assurance that they will, in good pony time, safely reach their places of destination. ■■• m * Take Warning. —The destruction of the town of La Porte by fire, should be a warning to bur citizens. The Chinese have lately made several awkward attempts to involve us in a con flagration, and it may be that they will succeed one of these days. Hot. —For eight or ten days past, the ther mometer has ranged from 85 to 95 degrees. The earth has become parched and cracked in many places ; and the curled and crisped grasses on the hill-sides, in early sere, contribute their evi dence to prove how all-prevalent and intense has been the heat of the solar rays. Fortunately, during the greater portion of the day, we have a refreshing mountain-breeze, which they lack who reside in the dust-canopied valleys. If tee com plain, in the midst of forest-shades, with moving Currents of healthful air, and cooling waters gushing from numberless springs, what must be the condition of the Marysvillians and Sacra mentans ? SweetLaxd Postmaster. —Our young friend Wm. Mcnncr has been appointed postmaster at Swce’land. The honor is worthily bestowed. Mr. M. succeeds Charley Dannals, who refused to compromise his independence under the Bu chanan administration, but acted in opposition to it on correct principle. Senator and Assemblyman.—JosephKutz, Esq., Candidate for State Senate, and Mr. W. H. Sears, for the Assembly, have arranged for a scries of addresses to be delivered in different portions of the county. They have already taken the field, we believe. Political Speaking.—The candidates of the two political parties are “spreading” themselves throughout the northern, central and southern portions of the State, addressing the people, and endeavoring to convince the latter, each, that his is the better side, and he the best man to represent them in the office which he is seeking. By the San Francisco and Sacramento papers, wc observe that during the ne*t three we* ks, we of North San Juan are to be entertained by the principal orators. That’s right. The people wish not only t > hear, but to see the men who are bidding for their votes. Rich. —The funniest story of the season is told by a Detroit paper. A lady suspected her husband of improper intimacy with the hired girl. Without informing her husband of her intentions, she sent the girl off, and that night went to sleep in the girl's bed.— She hadn’t been there long, when somebody came in and took the other half of the bed. In a short time the wife arose and struck n light, with the intention of revealing the infidelity of her spouse, when, lo ! it was discovered that she had herself been in the embraces of the hired man 1 Union Republican Meeting. A meeting having been called by a number of prominent Republicans of San Juan, forthe pur pose of organising an Administration Campaign Club, quite a large number of said party met at Green’s Hall, on Saturday evening, 20th ult. On motion, J. E. Matteson was called to the Chair, and R. 11. Farquhar, Esq., chosen Sec retary. On motion, a committee of five was appointed to report a Constitution and officers for the per manent organization of the Club ; whereupon the following gentlemen were placed on said committee, with instructions to report on the following Saturday evening, July 27th. W. H. Hatfield, Joseph Kutz, John A. Hol man, John S. Bawker, Louis Buhring. In pursuance of the instructions given, the committee reported to the meeting of the 27th ult, the following CONSTITUTION : We, the undersigned, who are in favor of sus taining the Administration in putting down trea son and rebellion, retaking Government proper ty, enforcing all Federal laws, protecting Union men wherever possible, and planting the Nation al flag from the St. Croix to the Rio Grande —in fact, favoring one Congress, one President, one Flag, one Nation and one Union—do adopt the following Constitution : 1. The name of this Club shall be the “Ad ministration Union Club.” 2. The officers shall consist of a President, two Vice Presidents, Secretary, Corresponding Secretary and an Executive Committee of five, who shall hold their offices during the campaign. 3. The object of this Club shall be, to use all honorable means to elect the Republican ticket, believing it to be the only purely Union ticket in this State. 4. The regular meetings of this Club shall be Saturday night of each week. .5. Any alteration may be made to this Consti tution by a two-thirds vote of the Club. 6. Any man may become a member of this Club by signing the Constitution. The report of the committee was unanimously adopted. OFFICERS. The following gentlemen were elected officers of the Club: President —J. E. M tteson. Vice Presidents—Jerry Watts and Samuel Hartley. Secretary—J. A. Stidger. Corresponding Secretary—Dr. W. W. Ross. Executive Committee —Ben. T. Conger, R. Reamer, Louis Buhring, J. A. Holman and Geo. Me Hardy. After listening to a few vigorous and patriotic remarks from President Matteson, the Club ad journed. All who are in favor of the energetic prosecu tion of the war now waging against the rebels and traitors of the South, and who will support the ticket placed in the political field by the gen uine Union party of the State, with Leland Stan ford at its head, are respectfully invited to attend the meetings of the Club, and attach their names to its Constitution. Not only arc the Republi cans invited, but men of all parties ;—particu larly those who are still in doubt how they will cast their votes. J. A. Stidger, Sec’y. A Wild Cat Regiment — A regiment of lumbermen in camp at Harrisburg, Penn., must be “some persimmons,’’ according to the account of them in the Philadelphia North American. Their skill with the rifle is a touch above extra. The entire lives of the men arc spent in the pineries of Potter and Elk counties, except when they are engaged in rafting, and their only pastime is with the rifle, which brings the smallest as well as the largest game to their feet. The use of small shot they consider unworthy the skill of a hunter They bring down a squirrel from the top of a pine so lofty that the game is scarce ly visible to ordinary eyesight. The men in their daily work of cutting timber, receive more or less axe wounds, and for this reason several of them were rejected on inspection. They grumbled immensely at their rejection, and arc determined to fight, and for this pur pose are seeking admission to other regi ments. One man who was rejected lost his temper, and offered to bet the inspector that he would walk fifty miles without complaining of weariness, and not eat or drink anything until the work was accom pl shed. More than this, he offered to double the first wager that he could pierce the eye of Jeff. Davis, or any other traitor, with his rifle, at a distance of 250 yards. The inspecting officer was so impressed by the man’s remonstrance against rejection that he declined the bet, and ordered him to fall back into the ranks. Five of the rejected men exhibited their skill with the rifle, at Philadelphia, by knocking a five cent piece from a split stick at the "distance of 150 yards. The “Wild Cat’’ Regiment if com posed of such fellows, is evidently a “big thing.” [ADVERTISFMEXT.] REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. For Governor. LELAND STANFORD, Of Sacramento. For Lieuteuani-GovernOr, J. F. €ll ELLIS • Of Trinity. For Congress, (Southern District.) T> G. PHELPS. UfSan Mateo (Northern District.) A. A. SARGENT’. Of Nevada. For Judge of the Supreme Court, EDWARD NORTON. Of San Francisco. For Attorney-General. FRANK M. PIXLEY. Of San Francisco For Treasurer. D. R. ASHLEY, Of Monterey. For Controller. G. R. WARREN) Of San Joaquin. For SurvevoiMieneral. J. F. HOUGHTON) Of Solano. For Clerk of the Supreme Court> F. P. FARGO, Of Alameda. For State Printer. BENJ. P. AVERY) Of Yuba. COUNTY TICKET. For the State Senate, Joseph Kilts. Fir the Assembly. Jv M. Avery, Reuben Leach, Win. 11. Sears, James Collins; Fir District Judge.. T. B. McFarland. Fir S erif. N. VV. Kuowlton. Fur Hei-lnr. J; N. Turner. For County Clerk, R» H. Farqnhar. Frr Recorder, J. I. Sykes; Fir Treasurer, E. G. Watte; Fir Ih'xlriit AHnrne.y, E. H. Gaylord. For Assessor, Fir Surveyor, 11. S. Bradley. George B. McKee. Fur Pw I c Administrator , W. W. Cozzens. For Co’’imer, Drv Hiller. For Superintendent of Public Schools, J. A. Chittenden. Fur Snjierrisor—'>d District, P. E. Jeffferls. TO THE VOTERS. The voters of Bridgeport Township are respectfully informed that it is my intention to submit my claims to the decision of the ballot box, for re-election to tlie office of CONSTABLE. XV. S. EDWARDS. For Constable. At the solicitation of numerous friends, I offer my self an Independent Union Candidate for the offee of Constable in Bridgeport t< wnsbip. jy27 ANDREW HARTMAN. For Justice of the Peace. I present myself to the voters of Bridgeport Township as an Independent candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace, subject alone to the indorsement of the people. jy6te WARREN HEATON. SOCIAL BALL! ASocial Ball will be given by Edward Allison, at ‘-ALLISON’S R ANCH,” on Friday Evening, August 9th, 1801. The public are respectfully invited. Fuma Managers:—J Paddleford. French Corral: A. Walker, Marysvi le; T. D. Culver. San Juan ; XV F. Berry, Cherokee. Music by Samelson k Curtis’ Quadrille Band jy2o Hotel For Sale I (•*'* [it®* The Furniture ard Stock of the SAN feySy JUAN HOTEL is for sale—the proprie .—tor retiring from the h< tel business. For further particulars apply on the premises. jy2o Truckee Turnpike Company! THE stockholders of the Trnckee Turnpike Company are notified that the Regular Semi- Annua Meeting of the Company Mill be held at North San Ju.m. on SATURDAY, AUGUST 10th. ISbl, at two o'clock, P. M. jy27 C. It. HAYES, Secretary. NOTICE. jWWKING about to depart for the At'antic States, I B 3 do hereby appoint 11. S. McMichael my Ag.nt and true and lawful Attorney, to transact all my business of every nature whatsoever, during my absence, as fully and perfectly as though I were myself personally present. R. C. XVYATT. July 24th. ISM—j,v27-4t To the Traveling Public. Stranger, if you want to go to any place, go to San Juan, or to Grass Valley and Nevada—for you can go to either of those places for ONE DOLLAR—don’t go by the way of Folsom from Sac. City to those places, and pay teti dollars, when the regular fare via Marysville, is only Two Dollars through. If any of you good people would like to ride a little more comfortable, with more safety, and without the society of China men and that sort of stock, you can be accom modated at the YOUNG AMERICA SALOON, corner of Second and High streets, MARYS VILLE, and for Three Dollars, I will send you in as good style, and give you as good satisfac-* tion for your money, as you can get in any country. J. S. McCUE, Proprietor. N. B.—l only solicit the patronage of good citizens. Loafers, Bummers, and Chinamen, I never expect to get you ! Appearance on the Opposition Stage, is a sure mark of a gentleman. SA \~J IX \ lIOT EL, T. G. FRIGE, Proprietor. may 25 DR. L. J. CZAPKAY’S PRIVATE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE. Sacramento st., below Montgomery, Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Co's. Office, SAN FRANCISCO. Established in 1854, for the permanent cure of all chron ic and Private Dise.ases, And the Suppression of Quackery. Attendant and Resident Physician, L . 3 CZAPKAY, M. D , late in the Hungarian Revolutionary War: Chief Physician to the 20th Regiment of llonveds; Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, the late Lecturer on Diseases of Women and Children and Honorary member of the Philadel phia College of Medicine. Hours—From 9 a. x to 9 p. M. Communications strictly confidential. Permanent Cure guaranteed, or no pay. Consultations, bv letter or otherwise, free. Address, ‘ L. J.'CZAPKAY, San Francisco, Cal. letter, which emphatically speaks for itself. Was written by the Dean of the Faculty ol the Philadelphia College of Medicine, to the editors of the -Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal,’' Shu Francisco, forpubllcation: Philadelphia, Jan. 17,1859. To the El Hors of the Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal: —Gentlemen—.Xly attention lias been called to an article in the December number of your journal, in regard totb eadeundem degree granted by the Phil adelphia College of Medicine to Dr. L. J. Czapkay. When the application for the degree was made to the Faculty,it was accompanied by affidavits and testimo nial* to the effect that Dr. Czapkay was a regular graduate M.D. of the University of Pesth. had served as Surgeon in the Hungarian Army, and was a rega lar Practitioner of Medicine. On the strength of tltese tlie degree was granted. The ad e.undem, i.egree. as its name implies, is conferred an graduates only, and gives ns new privileges. Had there boon the slightest suspicion of irregularity, the application would hate been refused. By inserting this in your journal, you will do an act of justice, to the College, and confer a favor on Your*, very respectfully. H. Rahd, Dean of the Faculty of the Philadelphia College of Medicine. Dr. L. J. Czapkay’* Private Medical and Surgical In sttnte is on Sacramento street, below Montgomery, opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Office, Sin Francisco. California. The Doctor offers free con sultation, and asks no remuneration unless be effects a cure. mayll-3ui [advertisexemt"! UNION DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor, JOHN CONNESS. For Lieutenant Governor, RICHARD IRWLV. For Congress, Henry Jos. C. McKibbiru Justice of tlie Supremo Court, B. C. Whitman. Attorney General, George W. Bowie. Clerk of the Supreme Court, Geo. S. Evans. State Treasurer, J. T. Landrum. State Controller, James £. Nuttman. Surveyor General, J. J. Gardner. State Printer, John R. Ridge. District, Jndgf, John I. Caldwell. For Senator. J. It. Johnson. F'*r Ansi mblvmen. J. C. Kastman, I W. \V. Wixohi, Jno. Webber, | A. J. Ruder*. For Sheriff. Charles Kent; Conntv Clerk, B. B. Layton. Treasurer, Henry Everett. District Attorney, Thomas P. Hawley. Collector, John Hussey. Heci >nler, Hugh B. Thompson. Assessor. Fergus Leary. Surveyor. John L. Gamble. Public Administrator, Michael Burns. Coroner. W. C. Pope. Snnervisor—Second District, Dr. D. P. Walter. Marco Glabisa & Co., MAIN ST., NORTH SAN JUAN. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Cohfectioilcry, Fresh And Dried Fruits, Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff, IHpe*, Matches, Swee! Oil, elc.. Fresh Eggs and Vegetables. They also direct particular attention to their large stuck of CAN AND DRIED FRUITS, FELLIES, PRESERVES, JAMS, ETC., Of the finest qualities sold in this market. Having a store in s"nn Francisco, one of the firm is always there to make purchases: which enables them to sell AT MARYSVILLE MARKET PRICES. Nuts ani> Candies : in these departments the arti cles are all fresh, and embrace the choicest varieties. Also, Cheese, Fresh Ranch Cutter, etc. In fact, they keep A R gular Vegetable Market. lf3"Live Chickens also on hand.“®ft Orders from a distance solicited, and all goods war ranted to be as represented. A span of horses and wagon are always kept, and run twice a week, with which uoodt will be delivered at any reasonable distance. jyl3-3m CIGARS, HON UO\S, AND A GENERAL VARIETY, JUST RECEIVED AT S A MELSON ’S. A large lot of HAVANA nnd DOMESTIC CIGARS. TOBACCO, OP ALL KINDS. FANCY GOODS. UNION BADGES, SHIELDS, WATCH GUARDS, and FLAGS, All sizes. A nice assortment of fresh Nt T TS and FRUIT, CUTLERY, etc., etc. GIVE ME A GALE. juueS SAM. SAMELSON. ICED Fllivrm SODA! Lemon, Tanilla, Pineapple, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsaparilla. At SAMELSON’S. Constable’s Sale. State of California, County of Nevada, Town ship of Bridgeport. BY virtue of an execution to me delivered* issued from the court of W. C. Holt, Esq., an iictitlg Justice of the Peace in and for the county aforesaid, bearing date July 16th A. D. 1861. to satisfy a judg ment rendered by said Justice of the Peace on the ISih day of June, a. i>. 1861, in favor of James N. Gillis and ng-Just K. P. Watson, for the sum of $162 50-100 debt.interest,da..2''2 0S an(l costs "f suit, I hare taken in execution, and will sell io the highest bidder for cash, the following described property, tf wit: ail the right title and interest of said Watson in nnd to a certain lot of mining claims on Buckeye Hill. Bridge port township, Nevada co.. Cal. Said claims are bounded as follows* on the west by Red Eye claims, on the north by Mull.'Evans k Co,'s claims, east by Davis k Co.’s claims, and on the south by the Granite Tunnel Co. claims, on Saturday* the 10th day of August) 1. d. 1861, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 5 o’clock p. M., in frent of the office oi W. C. Holt, Esq., in the town of North San Juan, state and county aforesaid, taken as the property of K. P. Watson, to satisfy the above demands and accruing costs Givenundermv hand thlsllth davof July. a.i>.lS6l. w. S. EDWARDS, Constable. Removal. THE undersigned would respectfully notify their friends and the public generally, that they will remove their lower Fruit Store and Saloon on or about the first of August, to an apartment especially fitted up In the east front portion of their upper sa loon, generally known ns “Schardin’s.” where they will continue to conduct their business In its various branches, as heretofore. Thankful for past favors, they invite a continuance of the liberal patronage which they have never failed to receive Fresh Fruits of all kinds received daily. The Choicest brands of Cigars and Tobacco, and the finest quality of Wines and Liquors constantly on hand. «9~lce Cream Saloon attached. jy27 SCIIAUDIN k BREST. JOB PRINTING. JUST received at this office, a variety ot splendid new type, of thy latest plain. fancy and orna mental styles, suitable r or cards, bili-heads. program mes, hall-tickets, blanks o' all kinds and posters. Also « lot of Gorgeously Illuminated Cards* for hanging in hotels, saloons and other public places without frames. Printing done in black, blue, red, brown, green, bronze, gold, or any of the variegated modifications of color, promptly and at reasonable rates Window glass, AttheSAV JUAN DRUG STORE. THE CELEBRATED Leclair Gas-Burning l »i»nr: VfcVHE undersigned has received the appoint -1 ment of Pacific Agent for this celebrated Gas-Burning Lamp, so well known in the Atlan tic States for the past three years, as the Host Brilliant! Economical t Safe ! Cle an AND ORNAMENTAL BURNER For Parlor, Hotel, Saloon, and other uses, ever yet introduced to the American public. The undersigned has a large lot of these Lamps in store at San Francisco, containing ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS ! of every variety of size and pattern, which will be disposed of cheap for cash These Gas-Burning Lamps give a much more brilliant light than Kerosene Oil, and are equally safe, without emitting any offensive odor ; besides which The Fluid used is only about half Price, and lasts nearly doubly as long! The only trouble attending these Lamps is, to light them. The wick is not changed in A Period of Three Years I Warranted to be safe, cheap and brilliant. R. BATTERSBY. O' Francis Smith is the sub-agent for the sale of these Lamps, North San juah. ihaylS North San Juan, May 15th, 1861. The LECLAIR GAS-BURNING LAMP, of which Capt. R. Battersby is the Pacific coast Agent, has been in use by us for several weeks past, and surpasses our utmost expectations for the brilliancy of its light and the cheapness of the fluid necessary to serve it. In families it is particularly desirable, on account of its freedom from disagreeable odor, its cleanliness and the safety attending its use. It gives a soft, lumin ous light, which neither fries nor impairs the vision, and is besides, ornamental to the mantel or center table. We take great pleasure in rec ommending it to the public. CLARK & BONIFACE. Capt. Battersby : —I have now in use at my of fice, the “ Leclair Lamp” which I obtained from you. I have given it a fair trial, and am satisfied that it is superior to any light I have ever used. The flame is soft and brilliant, giving equally as much light as two Kerosene lamps of equal size, and at least three sperm candles. For cheap ness it cannot be excelled. O. P. STIDGER. North San Juaii, May 16, 1861. . The Leclair Lamp.— l have had the celebrated Leclair Lamp in use for some time, and have no hesitation in pronouncing it superior as a burner, both as regards cheapness and brilliancy, to any other lamp now offered for sale. The light is soft and luminous, and a lamp of parlor size equal to at least four sperm candles. W. LATTIMORE. North San Juan, May 14, 1861. Capt. Battersby :—We have used one of your Leclair Lamps for some time, and find it to give a good, cheap and brilliant light, and to be the most economical now in use. We take pleasure in recommending it to the public. HECHT & PRATT. May 17th, 1861. Capt. Battersby , Sir:—We have used the Le clair Gas Lamp in our Drug Store for several weeks, and find it to be what it is recommended. It produces a splendid light* is easily managed, and at the present price of fluid, one-half, or less than that of coal oil, we consider it a cheap and agreeable light. For reading it has ho superior. FRANCHERE & BUTLER. May 15, 1861. The Leclair Lamp. —l prefer the light given by this Lamp to that given by candle , coal oil, camphene, kerosine, or gas. It isfai pleasanter and cheaper than cither, and perfectly free from danger. The very fact of it being non-explosive should recommend it to all who use lights. THOS. G. PRICE. North San Juan* May 16, 1861. MARYSVILLE WHARF CO. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION DEALERS IX FLOUR, GRAIN AND PRODUCE ! No Charges for Dray ago. o ° o No Storage on Merchandise for Traissportation. 0 ° 0 ALL KINDS OF COMMISSIONS CAREFULLY EXECUTED! ***Goods forwarded immediately upon the arrival of the boats from Sacramento and San Francisco. JfJ.Transact a general shipping business with Sac ramento, S:in Frdfitisco, and all parts of the state. +++ Mark goods “Care M. W. Co ” Send Bill of Lading by Express. ♦**Goods re measured. Hides and wool shipped to San Francisco. Consignments respectfully solicited. JuiyMf DISSOLUTION. THE partnership heretofore existing between Guthrie* Brown,in the market and butchering business, was dissolved on the ISth of February. I§Cl by mutual consent. J. QUTHRIJB may 23 N. F. BROWN. OAR TREE*MARKET! NEW ! GUTHRIE & STAGG Would respectfully inform their numer ous patrons and the public generally that they have associated themselves in the * BUTCHERING BUSINESS, which they will conduct in all its branches, in the fire-proof brick building. Main street, known as the OAK TIiEE MARKET. Prices of ifieats Will range from 8 to 12% cents. Cattle, sheep and hogs for sale, on foot, of the first quality. may2s THE CHARTRES COFFEE OF Cl. TERYARB, HAS acquired such a reputation all over the Pa cific coast that there is scarcely any demand for other marks. NO WONDER that inferior and spurious articles are attempted tohe passed off as superior and genuine, under the same brand and paper. But do not be Imposed Upon. Be cautious to observe that every package will bear, besides the usual brand, ftiy own signature. To be had of all the principal grocer* in the State, and at mf Factory, Kearney street, corner of Sutter, street, San Francisco. Jy27-lmls G. VERNARD. Canvas! Canvas! ALARGKqnantltyof every size from I—o to 10—0 marlT at BLOCK t FORTH’S Hartman’s Sebastopol Ranch FOR SALS! THE undersigned being n military man, and bal ing received letters from the Atlantic Statis which assure him that his services can be profitably employed in the cause of the Government, as against treason and traitors, feels desirous of disposing cf that splendid anil highly cultivated ranch, situate*’, lu the town of Sebastopol, and known as “THE IIARTMAX RAUCH,’* Within one mile of North S-«n Juan, directly on the main road from Marysville leading to Washoe, and i.‘. the vicinity of one of tire finest markets in the mono l ' tains This ranch embraces about 80 acres, all under good fence, and is planted as follows: Eight hundred young, thriving and bearing peach trees. Four hundred do. apple trees, from three to four years old. a portion,bearing. Thirty-five flourishing pear and plain trees, a por tion bearing. Five hundred vigorous grape vines, most of them bearing. About seventy quince and apricot trees, most of them bearing Six acres of fine potatoes Two acres of corn, in a flourishing condition. An acre of cabbage. Garden sance of all varieties in abundance Twelve tons of the finest quality of hay, cut on the ranch. % There is still room to plant out two thousand frees and ten thousand grape vines, for which the soil is finely adapted. Five gushing springs of water on the premises, besides ditching facilities for the irrigation of tile whole. Also sufficient Wood land to last a family for a gen eration. Also, horses, cows, pigs, poultry, and farming im plements in great abillidf’-hce Contains, also, a large and coiflmodiohs dwelling house, well furnished, two stories high, with an abundance of spring water introduced into every room. Also, a capacious barn,ati'd one large store-hotrse, editable fdV n saloon. Also, mining claims, within one-quarter of a mile df the ranch, paying from four to five dollars, per day to the hand. This is beyond all question one of the most splendid ranches, under the highest state of cultivation, ami giving promise of the most continuous and prolifu increase of any homestead located in the mountains o: California. Terms made reasonable. Apply to the Undersigned on the premises, v jy!3 AN DREW HARTMAN. OPPOSITION 1.1*151 To Forest City, Alleghany town and Cumberland ! IIIIE undersigned is now run- y, uiug regularly a line of coaches on alternate days, between the above named points, at Roducod Hates! Connecting at No tli San Juan with McCue's Opposi tion Line, which affords opportunities for cheap tiave!' clear thsoiigli to and from San Francisco and all in termediate points, never hetetofdrfe presented to the public. The roads are in fine condition, and it is the deter-' initiation of the proprietor to put passengers through with speed and safety Leaves North San Juan on Fridays, Sundays, Tues-' days and Thursdays, returning on alternate days. Fare to Forest City. Alleghaoytown and Cumber land. Three Dollars. Patronise the Opposition nrd Ttsep down prices', jjt) JOHN CHAMBERS, Proprietor. S T. WATTS, DIiUGtGIST, No. 92, First street, Marysville, q KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale, at Wholesale and Retail. Cox's Sparkling Goletine. Ya Cooper’s Sheet Isinglass. Sago. Tapioca, Hcck £2a er's Farina, and flavoring Extracts of Vanilla, Peach, Bitter Almonds, Orange, Lemon, and straw - berry. Alcohol, Burning Fluid, Polar Oil. Lard Oil, Castor Oil, NeatsfoOlOil Linseed Oil, Olive Oil. Sold wholesale and retail, at reduced prices, by S. T. WATTS, 93 First street. Hair Tonic.— To persons residing in warm cli mates, this compound will be invaluable us a specific iu retaining to the skin a healthy action and neutral izing ally of tlie evil effects, which by continued or frequent perspiration, must cause to the hair. To children, or the youngest infant, it tuny be flsert with the greatest freedom, for however thin or weakly the hair may apparently be, by the use of this com pound ail irritation will benllayed. This tonic is more particularly recommended for re storing grey hairs to their original color, and wdthfeV. exceptions it is acknowledged to be infallible: hut iu all cases it is acknowledged to bo superior to like pre parations now in the market. This is no hair oil for simply greasing the hair, but achcmieal preparation free from grease or other inju rious ingredients. Manufactdred and sold at the drug store of S T. Watts. Marysville, and sold by traders and druggists throughout the State. A lso-«- Opiate Balsamicpie, An infallible curefor Secret Diseases—plevsantto the taste. For sale by FRANCHERE A BUTLER, Agents. North San Juan, And at the Drug store of S T. WATTS. sept. 29 3m Marysville. There are many ways of relieving pain fbr the tlfnft being, but there is only one way of removing diseases. No palliative, no anodyne, no topical application will remove it. It must be attacked at its source, in the fluids Of the body, which convey the poison tothe lo calities where it is developed in inflammation, sores, ulcers, tumors abscesses, glandular swellings, 4c., as the case may be. These fluids must be reached, acted upon and purified by some powerful agent Such an agent is Yellow Dork Sarsaparilla and lodide Potash. (Manufactured at Watt's Drug store ) It gentlystim ulates while it disinfects and expels from the stomach and bowels all that is irritating and at the same time restorcstheir vigor ami tone. THE CELEBRATED MAGNETIC oil. The Greatest lilninient In U««, A CERTAIN CURE FOR Rheumatism, soreness and swelling of the breast, pain and weakness in the back and.joints, sprains, bruises, cramps, numbness, fro zen limbs, bites of insects, goitre or swelled neck, i aralysis or loss of power in the limbs, burns, inca rnations,th- roofs. Wounds, swellings, salt rheum, Ac., Ac. And effectually aiid speedily cures most of the disease* of Horses, as fistula and poll evil in the beginning; also sweeny, big-head, spavin, splint, bruises, galls,strains, scratches, wounds, swellings. Ac., Ac. Manufactured only at the Drug Store of S. T. WATTS, wholesale druggist. Nos. 90 and 92 First st.‘, Marysville. Janl93 m PHELAKf’S BILLIARD SALOON! The above billiard saloon, witi Fight First Class Phelan Tables is now open to the public Tbe cushions on these tt hies ate the latest patent, and are a great improx roent on their predecessors. The room is fitted up s as to combine elegance with comfort. The bar wil be kept constantly supplied with tbe very choices brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars and the subscribers hope, by strict attention, to merl the jiatronage of all who admire and practice th Game of Billiards. DAN. LYNt'ft M. FT. HUGHES, 720 and 722 Montgomery st„ Opposite the New Metropolitan Theater, _ . . San Francises Tne subscriber begs to inform the public that th above mentioned billiard saloon is also intended ti serve ns a show amt salesroom for Phelan’s Patent Combination Cushions and Model Billiard Tables, and Billiard Trimmings of every description. Pai ties desitons of purchasing billiard tables will thu have an opportunity 01 selecting from a varied at sortment, both In style and finish, and can also tes the superiority claimed for the cushions and tablet Mr. Dan. Lynch will always be on hand, and ready U give all required information with regard to thi merits of these justly celebrated billiard tables Th< subscriber cordially invites all interested parties call and examine. M r HUGHE** Agent for RhelanVpatent combination cushion and modern billiard taMae, u iy22 3mls