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In Georgetown, on Sunday, September 2d. 1855, fimctßL Dkartu, formerly of Indiana, aged about 27 years. Announcements. «OVe are requested to announce the name of J. C. BAKER as au Independent candidate for Constable of Georgetown township. We are authorized to announce Mr. L. B. McCLAIN, as a candidate for Constable for Georgetown Township, at the ensuing election, to be held September sth, 1655. gg- The undersigned, (Deputy in the Record er's office) offers himself for Recorder, for El Do rado County, at the next General Election. J. DAVANT. JOB PRINTING. We would solicit the attention of our friends who are in want of job printing to the fact that ■» are prepared to execute every description of wurl in our line in a style that cannot fail to give satisfaction. Onr assortment of job materials is extensive and entirely new, and we have every facility for doing all kinds of work at moderate rates and at short notice. af Syphilis mid Gonorrhoea In the first stages cured in a few days, and the seconda ry symptoms relieved in the shortest possible time. A cure guaranteed or no pay. Sperma torrhoea, or Local Weakness, Nervous Debility, r ow Spirits, Lassitude, Weakness of the Liml and Back, Indisposition and Incapability for La bor and Study, Dullness of Apprehension, Loss of .Memory, A verson to Society, Love of Solitude Timidity, Self-Distrust, Dizziness, Headache. In voluntary Discharges, Pains in the Side, Affec ti- ns of the Eyes, Pimples on the Face, Sexual and other infirmities in Man, are cured without fail by the celebrated Physician and Surgeon, F J. CZAPKAY. His method of curing diseases h new', (unknown to others,) and hence his great success. AH consultation by letter or otherwise, fies. Address, L. J. CZAPKAY, M. I).. San Francisco, California. [35-1 in. Htto gUrtitdiscmnits. DR. BURK, Surgical anfo gTetlramcal Mist, [Formerly of New York City.) tpR.VDERS his services to the in- J habitants of Georgetown and vicinity, iu Filling and Extracting ‘-JTi f iIJ Teeth, Inserting Teeth by Atmospheric Pressure, ("asps or Pivots: Plain, Gum and Block Teeth Inserted, from one to an entire set. tJT ROOMS at Dr. Turner's Drug Store. Georgetown, July 16th, 1855. f-tOtf. \KVV BKDKORD Oil. AMI C AMPIIE VE WORKS. So. 87 Washington Street, San Francisco. VTTE HAVE ON HAND AM) FOR SALE, » 50,000 gallons of Bleachdi end Refined Oil, embracing Sperm, Lard, Polar, Elephant, choice Neat's Foot and Tanners' Oils; Fresh Comphene. Burning Fluid, Alcohol and Wick ing, of all kinds and of the best quulity. Also, Soda Ash. Potash. Tallow, Axle Grease, Soap, 4c. Jealers desiring a genuine article at low rates, &i invited to call and examine our stock before purchasing. io-3m IL F. KNOX 4 CO., Manufacturers. Dissolution. f HUE Arm heretofore doing a mercantile busi -1 ness in Georgetown and on Bottle Hill, under the name of Felskn’thal 4 LismaK. was this du dissolved bv mm ml con.sent. P. FELSENTHAL, M. USMAN. All persons indebted to the firm, are requested to settle immediately, with of either us. Person having claims again-T us will please present them for payment. F. ft L. Georgetown, August 25th, 1555. [l6-3t. Pacific Mail S:AMSHIP COMPANY Change of Days of Sailing. HEREAFTER, the steamships r _ . of the P. M. S. Co. will leave „ San Francisco for New' York and New Orleans via Panama, on the sth and 20th of every month instead of the Ist and 10th, as heretofore. FORBES 1 BABCOCK. Ag’ts. August 19th. 1855. [+s-1 in GROCERIES A PHOVIHION^ F. Graham & Co., OppoHtte .Nevada Mo «i*e, GEOKOETOAVN. WHOLESALE AN'D RETAIL DEALERS IN' <. ROCERIES, PROVISIONS. LIQUOnS. 11A RD WARE, CRO( 1 K HR V CLOTHING, BOOTS &i SHOES. ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF TOBACCO AND CIGARS. AT* Goods delivered free of charge. Nov. 30. 185+. -tf LIVERY STABLE. WILLIAMS & JKRRETT •O DESIRE to return their thanks to the zVJVj citizens of Georgetown and vicinity for Imeral patronage, and hope to merit a con tinuance of tlie same. Horses to t>e let on rea dable terms. Also, the best of attention given 1 stock left with us for keeping. May 17th, 1855. [3l-tf E. F. TRASK, house and sign painter, WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Georgetown and vicinity, that he has re- his Paint Shop, at the old stand,on Main Sueet, over A. Stekkeel’s store, where he is pre pared to do all Kinds of '‘AINT/NG and paper hanging. in a superior manner, and at reduced prices.— •ive me a call before contracting elsewhere. _ C. F. TRASK. Georgetown, June 7th. 1855. 34-4 t. newspapers. \ ’ c the different Sacramento and San Fran rA'-isto Daily Papers received every day, and “unshed to regular subscribers in town*at 50 rf P cr week, and delivered, me ■ ercnt AA’eeKly Papers, for c Ina ’' stegmere, may be had, done up in wrap ■ Postage paid, for 25 cents per copy, At Cunningham's Literary Depot. (Ccorgetoiuu l-iiiitrtisnncfs. BANK EXCHANGE. MAIN STREET, OEORGETOWX, EAST SIDE, BETWEEN BLACEK Sl EL DORADO STS. Wines <s£a XiioLioriy, WHOLESALE Ir HE TAIL. rnilE proprietor would call Ihe attention of the JL citizens of Georgetown and vicinity to his new If hulesale Retail Wine and Liquor Es tabhskment, at the old stand of the “ Bank Ex change. He will keep constantly on hand, in quantities to suit all purchasers, the following; Knm, Sherry nine, Brandi/, p or t IVine. If htskey, Sauterne IVine, (•in, Leman Syrup, Schiedam Snapps, Orgeat Syrup, Curacua Syrup. Raspb'y Syrup. Attached to the above establishment is a Ball ing Alley, for the entertainment of those who participate in this kind of amusement. RICHARD MURPHY. Georgetown, August loth, 1855. [44-tf. BANKING OFFICE, &C. THE undersigned hereby gives notice that he has removed from Mameluke Hill to George town. Office, in Warren's Budding, corner of Main and Placer Streets, opposite the Post Of fice; where he solicits the custom of his former patrons and the public generally. In addition to his purchase of Gold Dust, he is prepared to furnish Checks on Sacramento and .Van Francisco at par. Drafts for sale on the At lantic Statesand Europe. Deposits received. &c W. H. PRATT. Georgetown, August 14th, 1855. [44.tf FRESH ARRIVAL OF KTEW GOODS A HE BUFFALO STORE. J'ACOBS A BROTHER have just returned from .Van Francisco with a large and fresh supply of Dll Y GOODS AND CLOTHING For the Ladies consisting in part follows: Calicoes, Ginghams. Muslins, Linens, Bonnet Ribbons, Merinos. Fans. Silks, Black and Colored Velvet, Mantillas. Table Linen. Towels, Ladies and Children's Shoes, For Gentlemen— Fine Cassimere Pauls, Black and Colored. Summer Pauls of all Styles. Fine Black and Colored Frock A Sack Coats. Vests of all kinds, Men and Buys' flats .)• Cups of the Latest Style. Handkerchiefs of all kinds anil Styles, Fine White and Colored Shirts. Min’s Boys' Boots tp Shoes of every style, Carpet Bags, Blankets of nil kinds, Packet Knires , Pocket Books, and all kinds of Yankee Motions. ga~ Please give ns a call. We will sell at the lowest market prices. JACOBS & BROTHER. Georgetown, Aug. 15, 1*55. 4t L. GRAF,'' (SUCCESSOR TO H. WENZEL.) WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELLER. A VEST SIDE M AIX STREET, V s m OPPOSITE GEORGETOWN UOTEI HAVING purchased the well known WATCH and JEWELRY STORE, on Main street, (comer of Pla cer.) would respectfully in form the citizens of George town and vicinity, that the business will be carried i as heretofore. Mr. G. hav-, ing been engaged in the bove business for the past' twelve years, hopes by close application to it, to merit and receive a liberal I share of the patronage of the public. A choice assortment of FINE GOLD A SILVER WATCH ES, Chains, Rings, Pins, Gold Pens, and Ladies’ Jewelry of every description, alwavs on hand; all of which he will warrant, and sell on the most reasonable prices. All work warranted. Georgetown, August Cth, 1855. [l3-tf. In returning thanks to the public for the libcr eral favors I hme received, at the same lime it gives me pleasure to recommend my successor. .Mr. L. Graf, as a first rate Watchmaker & Jew eler, and I further assure all my friends and cus tomers that he will give the best of satisfaction to those who may favor him with their patron age- 11. WENZEL. ACCOMMODATION Stage Line from BOTTLE HILL TO COLOMA. HHHE subscriber having extended his Line to J- Bottle Hill, will run a four-horse coach dai ly between the above places, via of Georgetown and Johntown. Leaving P.ottle Hill at Ci o’clock A. M., arriv ing at Coloma at 10 o'clock A. M. Returning, will leave Coloraa at 3 o'clock, P. M.. arriving at Bottle Hill at C o'clock I*. M. Having run a line of stages for the pa«t two years and a half between Georgetown and Colo ma. the undersigned feels confident that in ex tending his line to Bottle Hill, lie can offer such accommodations as to merit the patronage of the public. ROBERT ELLIS. June 27th, 1855. [37-tf. STAGE LINE FROM GEORGETOWN TO BOTTLE HILL. r I I IIE public are hereby' notified) that theunder- J- signed have established a A LINE OF STAGES between Georgetown and Bottle Hill, making two trips per day. leaving the Nevada House and Jack Lewis’s, Georgetown, at 8 o’clock. A. M.. and 2 o’clock, V Returning, will leave Rdttle Hill at 10 o’clock. A. M., and 4 o’clock, P. M. On Sundays three trips will he made each way. W. A. BALLARD, F. McCORMICK. Georgetown, June 20th, 1855. Proprietors. LAW BLANKS. THE following Law Blanks, jirinted in good style, on good paper, are for sale at this office ; SUMMONS, SUBPOENAS, EXECUTIONS. ATTACHMENTS. UNDERTAKINGS, CONSTABLE SALES. Georgetown, Oct. 23 6 Notice fs HEREBY GIVEN that the half share be longing to Wm. H. Read, in the ‘‘Lightfoot and Thunderbolt Tunnel,” situated on Fort Hill, Georgetown township, El Dorado county, Cali fornia, will be sold at public auction, on Satur day the 15th day of September next, at 1 o’clock P. M„ in front of the Post Office, at Georgetown, for back assessments. Bv order of the Company, S, A- LOGAN, Sec’y. August 18th, 1855. [l5-5t (Bfonjdotoii isUlmtisciiicnts. NEVADA HOUSE GEORGETOWV, £T. adAHSH c£s <Oo«, 1' u o I* k i k r o u s. ,AMt, THIS well known and popular Hotel, Cot’la situated in one of the most pleasant min 'ng (,wns * a the mountains, having late -1 y been rc-tittedand replenished, the pro prietors take pleasure in announcing to their pat rons and the traveling public generally, that they will he in readiness at all times to accommodate their friends and others who may favor them with their patronage. The Table will he furnished at all times with the best the market affords, while the Bnr will always contain the very best of Liquors nml Cigars. There can be obtained at all times HOOD BEDS AND BEDIM NO, neat and airy Bed-Rooms, and Private Rooms for Ladies and Families,making it altogether a most desirable resort for those wishing to spend a few weeks in the mountains. In addition to this establishment the proprie tors have erected a large and commodious STA BLE for the accommodation of Horses, Mules, &o. The Stages lor Sacramento City arrive and depart from this House every day—also, from Bottle Hill. Coloma, Placcrville,"Kelsey's and Spanish Fiat. Georgetown, June 2.lth, ISA,., [ ; J7-tf. «Tust Ilocoivocl AT CUNNINGHAM’S LITERARY DEPOT, In Warren’s Building, ' OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, rjnUE largest and most varied stock of " BOOKS AXD STVTIOVEUY, Paper Hangings, Cutlery, Combs, Tooth Brush es, Dusting Brushes, Blacking and Blacking Brushes, that has ever been brought to this place. Among my Books may he found Fern Leaves, Lathes' Offering, Green Leaves, Hoyhond of Great Men Greenwood Leaves, J.ongf illow, Young yields Offering. Lives of the Presidents, 'l'iiles of Shakspeare , American Lawyer. Home Infineon . Mrs, Partington. Lady of the. Lake. Life of I Washington, And all of the late Works bv the best Author; Newspapers, Periodicals & Magazines from all parts of the World, will he found upon the counter at all times. By keeping a good stock of floods, selling on reasonable terms, and strict attention to the de mands of the town and surrounding country, in my line of business. 1 hope to merit the liberal patronage of the public. Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. JESSE A. CUNNINGHAM. Successor to WM. T. GIBBA Georgetown, May Jd, ISoo. [29-tf. PACIFIC EXPRESS EG. <4^ rjjnHE undersigned having taken charge of the 3 above named Express in this town, are now ready to forward PACKAGES, GOLD DUST AXD PRKKiHT OP KVI2KV UKSCKUTIOX, to all the principal Towns and Cities in this slate. Also, to the Atlantic States , Oregon anti Europe. Any business pertaining to an Express office, entrusted to our charge, will meet with prompt attention. GRAHAM & SPEAR. Agents Pacific Express Co. Georgetown, July Ist, 1815. GRAHAM k SPEAR, EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE, Main Street, Opposite Xevailn House. EXCHANGE drawn at sight, or on time, on the Atlantic States ami Europe. GOLD DUST purchased at the highest rates. DEPOSITS received, either special <>r general. SIGHT DRAFTS at par on Sacramento and Sail Francisco. COLLECTIONS made and Funds remitted at the lowest rates. J. I. SPEAR, JH. FRANCIS 01! A HAM. Georgetown, April 2d, 1855. [25-tf. Watch-Maker & Jeweler, WEST SIDE MAIN STREET, FIRST DOOR ABOVE THE PACIFIC EXPRESS OFFICE. fgTAKES this method to return thanks to the a public for past favors and solicits a continu ance of the same. He keeps constantly on hand a choice assortment of GOLD AND' SILVER WATCHES. Chains, Rings, Pins, Gold A Silver Pencils. Gold Pens, and Ladies 7 Jewelry of every description, and of the best. All of the above named articles guarantied to he what they are represented. Repairing done in a superior style and warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Call and examine my stock before purchasing else where. . J. HYMAN. Georgetown, May Bth, IB.).",. [;5O-tf Marchant & Co’s baklehy c is Confectionery Shop, SITUATED OS CHURCH STREET. KEEPS constantly on hand all kinds of Urt-ad, Pies, Cakes, unti Confectionery, and are prepared at all times to (ill all orders for HALLS, PARTIES if WEpDINGS, in a superior style and on short notice. ' MARCHANT & CO., Proprietor*. Georgetown, July Otli, 1855. [39-tf Bowling Saloon, ON THE OLD “STOMPING GROUND," BELONGING TO jA.cu: Xiiawis, Situated on Maiden Lane, between Main and Church streets. A FUEE X. V i\ C II will be set out every evening for the accommo dation of friends and visitors. J. J. LEWIS. N. 11.—Keeps constantly on hand the best ol Liquors and Cigars. Georgetown, Dec. 21,1854. 10-tf Stoves and Tin Ware, AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL. a BY S. J. JACK.SOX & CO, 4 T the old stand, on Main street, above Placer. g : V Having bought out the Furniture Store ad joining, formerly belonging to Staley *fc Co., we are now prepared to furnish the citizens of Georgetown and vicinity, with every variety of Household Furniture, All of which will be sold at the lowest market prices. Georgetown, March 15th, 1855. [22-tf. (Ccorgttotou - « Company 2XTotice. STAGES for Sacramento Citv. leave the “Nevada House'” Georgetown, every morning, at'three o'clock. A. M., and the ” Buckeye Exchange." Greenwood \ i»llr} , ut tonr o clock. A. M. f arriving in Sacra mento in time to connect with the steamboats for Sail 1* rancisco. J. HAWORTH. Pies. (’al. S. (*o, „ , A -MKRCHAXT, Agent. March 28th, 1855. [24-tf 'runjirEjß.’s iOr-uL® rf Store, MAIN STKKET, GEORGETOWN*. HAVING completely re-lilted mv DRUG STOKE, and added largely to my late stock, 1 shall also be weekly receiving DRUGS MED ICINES, PAINTS. Oll.s. TURPEN TINE, CAMPHINE, and other articles be longing to the trade; all of which will be sold low, only for Cash. 1 have just received a large assortment of I’ATEXT AXI» OTIIER MEDICTX ES. among which are Sand’s, Townsend's, Hull's and Corbett's Sarsapai Bias, Gnysotfs Extract Yel low Dock, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Osgood's Jones' Cholagogne, Jaynes' Expectorant. Wis tar's Balsam of Cherry. Nerve and Bone and Mex ican Mustang Liniment, Cod Liver Oil, Extract of Vanilla, Lyon's Essence Ginger. I'EIUTMEKIES OK A 1,1. KINDS. Fancy, Plain and Shaving Soap, Toilet Soaps, Cologne Water, Bear's Oil, Lubin’s Jnle llanle’s ond French Extract-, LYONS' EATHAIR ON, a sure remedy for Baldness, Russia Salve, Mortal's, Blake's, Richardson’s and Hootland's Bitters. also; White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Alcohol, Varnish, Sperm Oil, Cam phene, Putty, (lold Leaf, Colored Paints, Chalks, Whiting, Paint Brushes, Sponges, Cream Tartar,Soda,Sago, Tapioca, and a great variety of other articles, all of which will be warranted pure, and sold as low as can be bought in the county. 1 shall hereafter limit the practice of my pro fession to office consultations, and particular at tention to the Drug Business. DR. J. TURNER. Georgetown, June 25th, 1855. [37-Sni. Groceries and Provisions. CLEGG A STOVER beg leave to inform the public that they keep constantly on hand a large supply of Groceries and Provisions, suited to the wants of KA3UUES AM) MINKKS. Their stock consists in part of Monr, Dried FruK, Liquors, Hams, Rlee, Oils, •Sugar, FlekJea, Candles, Coffee, Potatoes, . Soap, Ten, Onions', &e &e*. Also, in addition to the above, they keep con stantly on hand a large assortment ill' ('ROCKERY AMI QI EEN S\V ARE suitable to the market, together with 11 \RT>- WARE and CUTLERY, and HVfCixxox-feß’ Sixipiilios generally, all of which are ottered for sale at the lowest market prices. runs. CLKOG,.m., [Proprietors.] wit. stovkk, jk., Georgetown, Oct. 19, 1*54. l-tf BOLLEN & CLOWES f SHAKE this method of informin B their friends and the public generally, that they have associa ted themselves together fur the pur- i! pose of carrying on the *• GUN a BLACKSMITH BUSINESS, at Bolleu’s old stand, on Church street, where all business entrusted to them will be executed with dispatch and in the most workmanlike man ner. They wilt keep constantly on hand an as sortment of Iron. Steel, Horse-Nails and Mining Tools of all kinds for sale. Having one of the best Horse-shoers in the country, the public may rest assured that they can got their horses shod in the best possible manner. Georgetown, August Bth, 1855. [43-3m EL DORADO STORE, NO.T. MAIN' ST., GEORGETOWN'. Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots tfc Siloes, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, EY M. M. FRANKENTHAL. ■■'or Snle.—Checks on San Francisco, nought.—-Gold Dust, at the highest price. Georgetown, March ‘.’2d, 1855. [22-tf. ZE-Xo'cxjso 3P4iintirLs, PAPER HANGING, GLAZING AM) GRAINING. milE undersigned respectfully announces to the I citizens of Georgetown and vicinity, that he is prepared to do all kinds of House Painting, Paper Hanging, &c., la style that cannot be surpassed in the moun tains. All I ask is a trial, for I feel assured that I can satisfy the fancy of the most fastidious.— Shop, at the lower end of town. Main street, op posite T. 15. P.utkn’s Furniture Shop. HI 1.1. JAMESON. Georgetown. June 7th, 1855. [34-tf. tJTATE OP CALIFORNIA, El Dorado Cx County ss.— In Justice’s Court, before E. C. Reyhurii,.justice of the Peace, Georgetown town hip.—A.Sternfels vs. Peter King. The People of the State of California to PE TER KING: 7 ou are hereby summoned to be and appear before me,at my office, in Georgetown township, county and State aforesaid, on the 13th day of September, 1855,at ten o'clock, A. M., of said day. then and there to answer the complaint of A. Stcrnfels, iu a a civil action for the recovery ol the sum of f 3!) 83-lnO, for merchandise sold and delivered to yon hy plaintiff, as per com plaint now on tile in my office. Hereof fail not to be and appear as above required, or judgment will be rendered against you for said sum of s3l» 03-100 and for the cost and expenses of this suit. Given under my hand, at office, this 28th day of August, A. D., 1855. LEWIS C. REYBURN, Justice of the Peace. It appearing to my satisfaction by the affidavit of A. Stcrnfels, that lie has a good cause of action against the above named defendant. Peter King, and that he cannot be found, so that personal service can be had upon him; it is therefore or dered that serrvice herein be made by publica tion of summons once a week for two successive weeks, in the Georgetown News, a paper pub lished iu Georgetown, countv and state afore said. L. 0. REYBURN. J. P. August 28th, 1855. [4t‘.-2t. Dissolution. rHE firm heretofore doing business in this town, under the name and style of W ater nan & Kennedy, is dissolved hy mutual consent rom and after'this date. All accounts of the itte firm will be settled by’ L. Waterman, at their o nner place of business. . LEWIS WATERMAN. Georgetown. August 7th, 1855. (fifoniftobu '^bbcrtiscinents. WELLS, FARGO & CO. EXPRESS AND BANKING HOUSE, .Main St., treorsftvmn. Cal. DiLlX^ir EX£*HESS <7,1-4:.* TO AM) IKOII SAUKAMEXTO, SAX FRANCISCO, STOCKTON, MARYSVILLE, NEVADA, AUBURN, OPHIR, VAXKEE JIM S, CRASS V ALLEY, UOLOMA, I’LAUERVILLE, DIAMOND S’CS, !• or transmission of Cold Dust and Freight of ev ery description. i reasure and Packages received for the Atlan tic States and Europe. i Gold Dust forwarded to the U. S. Mints at San Francisco, Philadelphia and New Orleans, on the most favorable terms. Cold Oust Bought, Collections Made, and all business pertaining to an Express and Exchange Office promptly attended to. , ( hecks drawn at par on Sacramento and san 1' rancisco. Sight and Time Exchange OX NEW YORK, b BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA also drawn pay Albany, N. V Troy, “ Utica, “ Syracuse, “ Oswego, “ Auburn, “ Geneva. “ Canandagna “ Rochester, “ Lock port, “ Buffalo, “ Bingham pfn“ Owego, “ Elmira, “ Corning, “ Dunkirk, “ Silver Creek “ Westfield, “ Pottsville, Pa Reading, Erie, “ Providence R.l Sight Drafts able at the follow Cleveland,Ohio, Ashtabula, “ ; ; Painesville, “ i Sandusky, “ ; Toledo, “ ; Tiffin, ( Xenia, “ \ Mansfield, “ ; Mt. Vernon, “ Newark, “ ; • Zanesville, “ : (Columbus, •* \ Dayton. “ Springfield. “ ; Hamilton, “ < Cincinnati, “ ; Detroit, Mi-h. Jackson, “ i Ann Arbor, “ | Battle Creek “ : j Monroe, “ ; . Niles. “ \ ing places, viz Adrian, Mich Kalamazoo, “ South Bend,la Michigan City Chicago, HI Galena, “ Lasalle, Peoria, “ Alton, “ Springfield. “ Milwaukee,Wi- Sheboygan, “ Racine, “ Kenosha, “ St. Louis, Mo Louisville, Ky Montreal, C. E Quebec, “ Hamilton,C.W Toronto, “ Stonington, Ct WELLS, FARGO A CO. COXXESS A REED, Agents, eorgetown, Oct. 19, 1854. 1 tf /nuuisca Jhbertiscmmts. Wholesale (nothing utedioasc. JENNINGS If BREWSTER, (vßa.nitk Store. 72 Battery Street, Sa Francisco, A RE receiving by every clipper from Xc va \ ork, and direct from the manufacturing e. tabiishment, a large assortment of RT:EDY-MADE CLOTHING , suitable for lira country trade, to which they it vite the especial attention of buyers. They wi also find as large an assortment and at low pr ecs as can be found at any house in this city. Also an assortment of HOYS’ CI.UTHJXi constantly on hand. July 17th, 1855. [4l-3m-is. tfc CO, r pHE undersigned will give a high price fc X Certificates of Deposit on Adams A Co. dated before the 12th of May, 1854 J. S. POLACK, Real Estate Ag't, [42-lm] 90 Merchant st., San Francisco. Copartnership Notice. V OTICK IS her KBY GIVEN, that on tl it Ist day of July, fust., my sou, Wm. R. Gai Kiso.v, was admitted a partner in niv busines which will hereafter be conducted under tl name and style of C. K. Garrison A Co. r C. K. GARRISON. San }• rancisco, July 3d, 1855. [4O-2m Wilsons Exchange. BY E STAB ROOK k JAMES. r Jims popular and extensively known Hotel, which tor the last lew weeks has been un der the management of '\V. XV. Estabkook. has been painted throughout. New Furniture has been added, and the House is now in complete order for the reception of the public. Mr. Estabkook has formed a connection in business with Mr. P. 1. James who has been fa vorably known in the above Hotel, and recently at the “International.” Every possible exertion will be made by the present proprietors to ren der the above establishment the most popular in the State. [34-2m. HOOGrS & CO. BOOK k JOB PRINTERS, And Agents for the following Newspapers: L Ecuo or Pacifiqfe, Statesman,Sacramento Democrat, Nevada, Times, Weaverville, News. Georgetown, Express. Marysville, .Herald, Crescent City. Office, 148 Clay Street, At the Bookstore of Messrs. Allen & Spier, be tween Montgomery and Sansome, nearly ly opposite Leidesdorff street, UPivviioisco. G-00. "W7 1 . Clarli. Jf holesale and Retail Dealer ,n French and American Paper Hangings. SAN FRAN CISCO. "W oils efc X’rovost, Pickle and Preserve Warehouse, No. 48 Front Street, between Califor nia and Sacramento Streets, SAN FRANCISCO. D. E. PROVOST, Agent. NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK OF wall r>A.3?inn. J UST RECEIVED BY GEO. XV. CLARK, No. 131 Clay street,an entire new stock of French and American PAPER HANGINGS , among which are some of the most beautiful styles of Parlor and Saloon Paper ever offered for sale in this city. Persons in want of XX'al! Paper of any style or quality, will do well and examine stock before purchasing. G. W. CLARK, No. 131 Clay street, south side, 9-lm Sau Francisco. STENCIL LETTERS. A great convenience. Everybody that marks Bags or anything else, should have them. For sale Wholesale & Retail, at Noisy Carrier’s Boos A Stationery Store, 77 Long XYharf, San Francisco. Stamps, Type and Ink, marking Clothes; Metcalf make, (put up 25 sett in a package.) For sale XXTiolesale A Retail by the NOISY CARRIER, fli-iml 77 Is"" Wharf San Francisco. Jfraunsxo, Highly Important. Dr : J * C - YOl *« «•* the Pioneer Ad \erlising 1 h\>h inn in ( alitornia, ff,c proof the papers throughout the state for the past three years, and he is the only advertising physician in his line that ever has received a Collegiate Med ical Education, and consequently the only one whom it is safe to trust in the trreatment of dis- TU THE AFFLICTED. Read the following Letters of Becommenda tion, and then judge who arc the host ones with whom to trust the treatment of your complaints. Judge between l>r. J. (’. Vorxo and those miser able quacks who are filling the papers with their vain boastings; men without character or honor who feel very sore because Dr. Young by expos ing tliem, has prevented them from robbing the community. Their time is short; like the mush room, they spring up in a night, they prey upon the unwary for a short space and then disappear and start off on some other track,to rob the pub lic. for they are naturally dishonest, and no one will trust them in a respectable business. _ J. C. YOUNG, M. D. PI.ACERVILLE, May 28, ISJS. V*. * • —Dear Sir: —Words ean- not express the gratitude I feel is due to vou tor the benefit I have received from vour tru ly invaluable course of treatment of rnv case while prescribing for me. I think 1 cannot justi fy my sell without giving this small token of inv thanktulness and esteem, for you have been the means ofYarag my life, ami restoring to me that health which I had so'long despaired of again enjoying. > had for a long time, (four years,) been troubled with that most dreadful scourge to young people, seminal weakness or nocturnal emissions which so weakened me in both body and mind, that 1 was obliged to give up mining altogether. I consulted one of the be.-t physicans (so called,) in the mountain dis tricts, and after a careful examination of my case he ga\ eme medicines. 1 continued under his treatment for three months without receiving an v benefit, in fact I grew worse from week to week until at last I got discouraged and asked him for his opinion. I told him not to fear to tell me the whole truth, for 1 should rather know the worst at once, than to live in suspense. I had lost a bout thirty pounds of flesh, and knew that he at least could not cure me, and as I was then going on, death must soon count me as one of its vic tims. This physician then told me that niv case was incurable; that 1 had better not take anv more medicines. Ue said 1 was in a decline which was fast tending to pulmonary consumption. 1 then despaired of obtaining any relief, and aw that unless something was done*to mitigate the complaint that I should be numbered with the dead, or what is worse, be a raving maniac. Happening to see one of your books, the Docket iEscnlapins, I made up my mind at once to cal! and consult you with the determination of trying once more to get relief if you would undertake the case. Oh, how thankful lam for that deter mination ! I commenced taking the medicines prescribed by you, and I am now, through their healing powers, restored to perfect health 1 shall not fail to recommend you to any of mv friends that require assistance, for a man that can cure a case as bad as mine was, can cure ev ery disease that flesh is heir to. if their is life enough left in the system to build upon. Receive my most’sincere and heartfelt thanks and esteem. S. W. REIGILI.EA. MAR YSVJLLE, June 10, 1855. n\l. J. C. YOUNG — DEAR SlR: —Please send me some of the medicines you prescri bed in my case. 1 have a friend here who is troubled in exactly the same way that I was.— He has nightly emissions, rrUtring noise in his head, weak back, loss of memory, and is general ly debilitated; he is discouraged and has not con fidence enough to enable him to call and see you. I told him how I was, and that my friends' all said I was in consumption, and the doctors up here gave me up and advised me to go home to die. but instead of going home I called upon vou, and here 1 am as well as any of them and ns like ly to live a long time jet, with strength enough to work with the strongest of them. Doctor 1 will send every oue to you that looks to me us though he needed a physician. Jt shall not be my fault if any one dies for want of medical treatment. 1 will do all I can to keep the afflict ed away from those pests of society, yclept pro fessors and high sounding titled men. who, if the facts were known, are med who left their country for their country's good. Publish this letter doc tor, if you wish, and I hope some of those that humbugged me may see it and sleep bad for one night. Truly vonra, ' OEO. DAVIDSON. GRASS VALLEY, June 3 d. 1855. DKA U SlR—The last medicine you feut me lias done the business. lam now perfect ly ■'yell, and wish to give my testimony to the public in favor of your .skill. I was troubled with a complication of diseases brought on by that soul-destroying habit of self-pollution, and complaints caught by connection with bad per sons of the yppositc sex. 1 had t)ccn treated by some of the best physicians as well as those quacks who infest the state,and by them all giv en up as incurable; but being advised by a friend who had been benefitted by jour scientific treat ment to call upon j’ou. 1 did so, and feel grate ful to him for the information, but still more thankful to you for the cure and good advice you gave me as well as the efficacious medicines j-ou prescribed. If anv of the afflicted should see this, let them be sure that it is a voluntary offer ing in gratitude for the blessings of health receiv ed from you, and also given with a fervent wish that it may be of service to those suffering as I did; and now may God bless you in your effort to lessen the sufferings of the human family, and may all good citizens assist you to drive from the community these leeches that prey upon the pub lic'by false protrusions of eminence in the medi cal world. Yours eternally, . f JOHN BURGESS. To I)r.»J. C. Young. COLOMA, June Ist, 1855. DR. J. C. YOUNG — Dear Sir:- — lt is with feelings more easily felt than described, that I pen this letter, informing you of my entire recovery from that dreadful scourge, seminal weakness. By application to j-our book yon will find my name and case. Only two short months since wheu I applied to you I could seacrely walk, so weak was my whole system. Debilita ted and melancholy 1 wished tor death. 1 had tried several pretenden physicians but daily grew worse, By chance I came across one of your val uable medical works which, upon reading, instill ed new hopes into mj- dejected mind, and 1 re solved to trj - once more, and thank God for that resolve; I am now a well man, rejoicing in per fect health, and daily growing stronger. Dear doctor, I shall not fail to tell all my friends of your skill, and if j 7 ou wish you may publish this letter. 1 shall stop at Coloma a short time and then away to my claim. Enclosed please find twenty-five dollars as a remembrance. I will send you a good specimen soon. Yours as long as life lasts, CHAS. F. WATSON. P. S.— Dear Dr., if you publish the above, please dd this as a postscript:—Take my advice, ai oung men, if you require medical assistance, n latter what your case may be, go to 1 r. - • • 'duno, and vou can rely upon a perfec . nd not do as I did, run to every without nowing whether he was good orbad- • . * ured me, and I wish every one afflicted to receive he beuctii of his scientific skill. DP YOUNG'S office is at the corner of Mont ornery 2nd California rts.. over Wells. Fargo Jt lo's Express Department. San Francisco.