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through the ballot box—we deem it expe
dient at this juncture to address you. Wo demand a careful rcvisal of our crim inal code, an expurgation of its errors and a reconcilement of its inconsistencies; that the means of enforcing its penalties be made more certain, so that while the guilty shall noc escape trial, the convicted shall not es cape punishment. We demand the enact ment of laws for the protection of our votes against the tricks and frauds of bullies aud kuaves. We dcmano that the fountains of bol'i civil and criminal jurisprudence be purified. We demand that a more urgent effort be made for the settlement of our land till s, and also for the protection of bona fide settlers. We demand a more economi cal; responsible and systematic administra tion of our State Government. We de mand that laws be enacted which, indepen dent of a healthy commercial intercourse, will check the exhausting drain from our pockets to those of Eastern capitalists and speculators, and protest against making the State other a divided political or financial dependency on ew \ ork or Louisiana.— We demand that our Legislators shall di rect their attention to the passage of laws for the support and maintainance of only that system of common schools for the edu cation of children which shall be wholly un controlled by sectarian influence. We ask that immediate steps be taken to urge successfully upon the General Govern ment the enlargement of the plan and the hastening of the completion of our coast defenses, their present condition leaving our seaports exposed to blockade and bombard ment, aud our communication with the rest of the world liable to be interrupted at any time. We insist upon the establishment amongst us of a U. S. Arsenal of sufficient resources, in variety and quantity, to arm and equip all our citizens for any emergency which oar ever varying foreign relations may at any time create. We demand that the General Government shall cease to tax this people for government purposes beyond those ol our sister States. We believe that the General Government has the power to lend her aid in the build ing of works of internal improvement which, in the event of war, would become vitally important to the proper defense of our peo ple. The Pacific Railroad being such, we urge the united effort of our Representa tives in Congress to expedite its building. We pledge ourselves to the support ef every measure which has for its object the facilitating means of the transit to and from our State. While we advocate either the repeal or great modification of our naturalization laws, we demand that all who have or will comply with our terms, be allowed the privileges guaranteed to them. We believe in the doctrine of “Ameri cans ruling Americans.’’ and that the boon held out to foreigners and secured to our naturalized citizens by our Constiation and lav\j is protection in the in the enjoyment of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We believe that all white native born citizens of good moral character, who ac knowledge no allegiance superior to their allegiance to the Constitution of the United States, are a common brotherhood and en titled to the same privileges, without refer ence to sect or religion, and drawing our selves out of all sectional agitation upon the subject of southern rights as distinguished from the northern, we demand that our Con gressional delegation shall vote “any” upon every proposition, coming from whatever quarter it may, to continue or renew it. These are some of the more prominent treasures and doctrines which we believe it becomes our party to carry out, and though there may be others which should demand the attention of our representatives iu both State and General Government, yet we have sufficient confidence in the integrity, ability aud statesmanship of those who have received our suffrages, to believe that they will lend all their energies to making our people happy as well as intelligent, and give us wise and beneficent laws. Leg Broke.— A young man named Rich ard Day, had one of his legs broken on Thursdry last, by the falling of a large body of cement, while engaged in drifting iu the Porcupine tunnel, Mameluke Hill. Had it not been for the timbers that supported the ground and partly caught the cement that fell, he undoubtedly would have been killed. lf those Ethiopians who inhabit that portion of the town known by the eu phonious soubriquet of “Growlersburg,” do not dispense with their bacchanalian orgies which render night hideous, the good-natur ed citizens of that locality will enact a spe cial code of Black Laws for their benefit, and execute them summarily. So, look out darkies. Cattle.— On Saturday, says the Sacra mento Union, some sixty head of handsome fat cattle were driven through this city en route for Georgetown, El Dorado county. — These animals have been for some months past browsing on the green pastures skirt ing Putah creek, in Yolo county. They are now, we understand, the property of Mr. Graham, of Georgetown. The agents of Wells, Fargo & Co. of this place, Messrs. Conness & Reed, de serve our acknowledgements for recent fa vors shown; supplying us with a great va riety of exchanges, both Atlantic States and California papers. The Know Nothing National Dele gates.—The report circulated industriously on notoriously unreliable authority, to the e fiect that the late nominations made by the American State Convention, were neary a H selected from the ranks of the Whig party, is falsified by the facts. Three of the four delegates to the New York Nomi nating Convention are Whigs, and three of tne four representatives to the Philadelphia --ouncil are Democrats. (Sac. Union. Nicaragua. We are in possession of news from the Isthmus of Nicaragua to the 27th ult. The following arc the chief officers elect ed: Don Patricio Rivas, President; Gen. Wm. Walker, Commander-in-Chief; Don Panirano Corral, Minister of War; Parker H. French, Minister of Finance. The other officers are to be equally divi. ded between the Democrats and Legitimists. The country is quiet, and there is unusual rejoicing at the prospect of permanent peace. On the 22d ult. Gen. Corral, commander in-chief of the Legitimist party, came into the Plaza of Granada, and surrendered him self to Gen. Walker, acknowledging the Democratic Government of Leon as su preme in the Republic. A treaty was afterward agreed to and signed, which is published in the Nicara guan of Oct. 27th. Four hundred of the Choramorista had delivered to Americans their arms in Gra nada. Commissioners had also arrived from Le on, who accepted the treaty and invited General Walker to accept the office of President. Both parties urged him in vain to take the office. [Sac. Union. Not Correct. — The Journal of yester terday asserts that the delegates elected to the National Convention of the American party, are “friends of Mr. Fillmore, and will vote for him for the Presidency.” AVe are bold to declare that these dele gates are not instructed by the State Council On the contrary, they are left to the exer cise of their own discretion as to whom they will support for the Presidency. The Jour nal, in risking the assertion, has merely been indulging in its old propensity to romance. [State Tribune. Several ox teams heavily laden with freight, passed through this place during the fore part of this week, destined for A’ol canoville and Bottle Hill. Thanksgiving Proclamation. 'ITT’HEREAS, The People of the State ofCal -7 7 it'ornia have, during the past year, been signally blessed with health, abundant harvests, and all the elements of true happiness and sub stantial prosperity. And Whereas, It is the duty of a people thus blessed with the protecting care of Almighty God, in an appropriate manner to address devout gratitude, thanksgiving, and prayer to the Great Ruler of the Universe, for the manifold blessings He has during the year been pleased to bestow. Now. therefore, I, JOHN BIGLER, Governor of the State of California, do hereby appoint and set apart Thursday, the 39th Day of Nov. A. D. 1855, as a day of thanksgiving and prayer to Almighty God; and all good citizens of the State are here by requested to observe the same as such. Witness my hand and the Great Seal of the State, at the city of Sacramento, ;L. S.; this thesth day of November, A. D. 1855. " JOHN BIGLER. Attest— Charles H. Hempstead, Sf *prpt‘»rv of* Qfof o. Hew Thanksgiving Ball. It HE PPOPRIETORS OF THE “NEVADA HOUSE,” take this method of announcing to the public, that they will give a grand at their New Hall, in Georgetown, on Thursday evening, November 29th, 1855. Ail persons in the habit of attending Balls, will please consid er this an invitation without, further notice. MARSH A McKOY Proprietors. Georgetown, November 15th, 1855. [3-2t LATE ARRIVAL OP AT THE BUFFALO STORE. MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE GEORGETOWN HOTEL. JACOB & BROTHER beg leave to announce to their old customers and the public gener ally, that they have just received direct from San Francisco, a large and extensive assortment of FANCY DRESS# MILINERY GOODS, to which they would invite the attention of the Irdies of Georgetown and vicinity. They have also a large stock of gentlemen's wearing appar el, consisting in part of Clothing, Hoofs o» Shoes, Hats, Caps, &e. All of which will be disposed of at the lowest market prices. Call and see for yourselves. Georgetown, Nov. 14th, 1855. [3-tf STATE OF CALI FORM A, County of El Dorado, ss.—ln Justice’s Court, before L. C. Reyburn, Justice of the Peace. The People of the State of California to JOHN TRIPP, Greeting: You are hereby summoned to be and appear before the undersigned, at his office in George town Township, County and State aforesaid, on Saturday the Ist day of December, A. D. 1855, at 10 o'clock, A. M. of said day, to answer the complaint of W. H. Pratt, in a civil action for the recovery of the sum of 133,66-100 dollars, on book account for goods sold you by plaintiff, as per complaint now on file in my office. Hereof, fail not, or judgment will be rendered against you by default for said sum and costs of this suit. Given under my hand this 19th day of Novem ber, A. D., 1855. L. C. REYBURN, Justice of the Peace. It appearing to my satisfaction by the affidavit of W. H. Pratt, plaintiff in the above entitled cause, that John Tripp is justly indebted to him in the sum of 133,66-100 dollars, and that the de fendant so conceals himself from his usual place of abode, so that personal service of summons cannot be had on him,although plantiff verily be lieves that defendant is now a resident ot the State of California, but his place of residence is unknown to plantiff. It is now therefore order ed, that service of summons be had in the above entitled cause, by publication for two successive weeks in the Georgetown News, a weekly public newspaper published in Georgetown, Ei Dorado county, California. L. C. REYBURN, J. P. Georgetown, November 19th, 1855. f4-2t. Fewspapem A LL the different Sacramento and San Fran- A V cisco Daily Papers received every day, and furnished to regular subscribers in town at 50 cents per week, and delivered. Also, all the different Weekly Papers, for the mail steamers, may be had, done up in wrap pers, postage paid, for 25 cents per copy, At Cunningham s Literary Depot Notice. ALL delinquent shareholders in the BOSTON TUNNEL COMPANY, are hereby notified that their shares of stock in said company will be sold, at the Boston Tunnel, on the 7th day of December next, at 12 o’clock M., if all back as sessments due on the same be not paid before that time. By order of the Trustees, PATRICK SHERIDAN. Sec’y. Boston Tunnel, Nov. 6th, 1855. 5-3 t THIS well known and popular Hotel, situated in one of the most pleasant min jjjjraa ' n S towns in the mountains, having late- BfissSaly been re-fitted and replenished, the pro prietors take pleasure in announcing to their pat rons and the traveling public generally, that they will be 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 Bar will always contain the very best of I.lquors and Cigars. There can be obtained at all times GOOD BEDS AND BEDDING, neat and airy Bed-Booms,and Private Rooms for Ladies and Famines, 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, &c. The Stages for Sacramento City arrive and depart from this House every day—-also, from Bottle Hill, Coloma, Placerviile, Kelsey’s and Spanish Plat. Georgetown, June 25th, 1855. [37-tf. TITFB.3XrE!II ? S Drug eg? Store, HA IN STREET, GEORGETOWN. H'AVING completely re-fitted ray DRUG . STORE, and added largely to my late stock, 1 shall also be weekly receiving DR UGS, MED ICINES, PAINTS, OILS, TURPEN TINE, CAMPHINE, and other articles lie longing to the trade; all of which will he sold low, only for Cash. 1 have just received a large assortment of PATENT AND OTHER MEDICINES, among which are Sand's, Townsend's, Bull's and Corbett’s Sarsaparillas, Guysotfs Extract Yel low Dock, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Osgood's Jones’ Cholagogue, Jaynes’ Expectorant, \Vis tar's Balsam of Cherry, Nerve and Bone and Mex ican Mustang Liniment, Cod Liver Oil, Extract of Vanilia, Lyon's Essence Ginger. DERF EMERIES OF ALL KINDS. Fancy, Plain and Shaving Soap, Toilet Soaps, Cologne Water, Bear’s Oil, Lubin’s Jule Hanle's ond French Extracts, LYONS' KATI!AIR ON, a sure remedy for Baldness, Russia Salve, Moffat's, Blake’s, Richardson’s and Hoofland's Bitters. also; White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Alcohol, Varnish, Sperm Oil.Camphene, Putty, Gold 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. I 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. [37-3m. (Sbrgetofait zlbtartrsemtnts. NEVADA HOUSE GEORGETOWN. J. IkliLnSIZ cfc Go., PROPRIETORS. Groceries and Provisions. cleggTstoyer beg leave to inform the public that they NJIk keep constantly on hand a large supply of yjp Groceries and Provisions, suited to the wants of FAMILIES AND MINERS. Their stock consists in part of Flour, Dried Fruit, Liquors, Hams, iiiec. Oils, Sugar, Pickles, Caudles, C'ofTca, Potatoes, Soap, Tea, Onions, «ke*» Also, in addition to the above, they keep con stantly on hand a large assortment of CROCKERY AND QUEEN3WARE, suitable to the market, together with HARD WARE and CUTLERY, and Miners' Supplies generally, all of which are offered for sale at the lowest market prices. thus, clegg, JR.. [Proprietors.] wm. stover, jr., Georgetown, Oct. ID, 1854. 1-tf BOLLEN & CLOWES rgiAKE this method of informing 3. their friends and the public generally, that they have associa ted themselves together for the pur pose of carrying on the GUN # BLACKSMITH BUSINESS, at Bollen’s old stand, on Church street, where all business entrusted to them will he 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 get their horses shod in the best possible manner. Georgetown, August Bth, 1855. [43-3m Blacksmith Shop. THE undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens and miners of Georgetown and vicinity, that he is prepared to do ALL KINDS OF WORK in his line, at his shop on Placer street, back of the Theatre Hall and opposite the Post Office, and at short notice and as cheap as the cheapest. Particular attention will he given to Horse-shoe ing, and I will warrant entire satisfaction. Mi ners wanting Picks and other Mining Tools, eith er made or repaired, can be accommodated at short notice. Having worked at the business about ten years, I flatter myself to be as good as the best. All kinds of WAGGON WORK done, both Wood and Iron, there being a good Waggon-Ma ker on hand at the next door. My entire atten tion from this time on will be devoted to the bu siness. I return my thanks for past favors and hope, by strict attention to business, to merit a liberal share of public patronage. ' W. T. GIBBS. N. B. No work done on Sundays. The shop will be kept open until 12 o’clock on Saturday evenings if necessary. W. T. G. Georgetown, September 12th, 1855. [4B-tf. House & Sign Painting, Y’npor ZZazAgizAg, GRAINING AND GLAZING. THE undersigned respectfully announce to the citizens of Georgetown and vicinity, that they are prepared to do all kinds of House and Sign Painting, Paper Hanging, Glazing, &c., in a style that cannot he surpassed in the mom tains. All we ask is a trial, and feel assured thi we can satisfy the fancy of the most fastidiou Simp, at the lower end of town, Main street, o] posite T. B. Patten’s Furniture Shop. fijs* GLASS & PUTTY constantly on ham JAMESON & COLLINS. Georgetown, Sept. 25th, 1855. [5O-tf. Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that the share in the Griz zly Caonn Quartz Mining Company, belong ing to T. J. Cranston, is offered for sale for the amount of back assessments. By order, ANDREW H. SMITH, SecV. Volcanovillc, November stb, 1855. [3-3t Ctargetofoit 3". H'sriMi.AjM, Watch-Maker & Jeweler, Jf^g WEST SIDE MAIN STREET, FIRST DOOR ABOVE THE PACIFIC EXPRESS OFFICE. ffIAKES this method to return thanks to the public for past favors and solicits a continu ance of the same. Ke keeps constantly on hand a choice assortment of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Chains, Rings, Pins, Gold & Silver Pencils, Gold Pens, and Ladies’ Jewelrv of every description, and of the best. All of the above named articles guarantied to be 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, 185.3. [3O-tf L. WERTHEIMER, WHOLESALE DETAIL DEALER IN Tobacco, Cigax-s, tfcc., Canter of Main Sr Placer sts., Georgetown. This being a branch of a large wholesale es tablishment, in San Francisco, which imports di rect from Havana and New York, I can afford to seil as cheap as any house of the kind in the State. Georgetown, October 2J, 1855. [5l-tf. "ELDORADO STORE, NO. 1. MAIN ST., GEORGETOWN. Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots tSc JSjbtoes, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY M. M. FRANKENTHAL. For SnJe. —Checks on San Francisco. Bouglit.—Gold Dust, at the highest price. Georgetown, March 22d, 1855. [22-tf. Marcliant & Co’s Confectionery Shop, SITUATED ON CHURCH STREET. EEPS constantly on hand all kinds of Bread, Pies, Cakes, and Confectionery, and are prepared at all times to till all orders for BALLS, PARTIES ,V WEDDINGS, in a superior style and on short notice. MARCH ANT & CO., Proprietors. Georgetown, July 9th. 1855. [39-tf LIVERY STABLE. WILLIAMS & JEERETT DESiRE to return their thanks to the citizens of Georgetown and vicinity for their liberal patronage, and hope to merit a con tinuance of the same. Horses to be let on rea sonable terms. Also, the best of attention given to stock left with us for keeping. May 17th, 1855. ' [3l-tf BANKING OFFICE, &C. THE undersigned hereby gives notice that he lias removed from Mameluke Hill to George town. Office, in Warren's Building, corner of Main and Placer Streets, opposite the Post Of fice; whore he solicits the custom of his former patrons and the public generally. In addition to his purchase of Gold Dust, lie* is prepared to furnish Checks on Sacramento and .Van Francisco at par. Drafts for sale on the At lantic States and Europe. Denosits received, Ac W. H. PRATT. Georgetown, August 14th, 1853. [44.tf oTust R-eceived AT CUNNINGHAM’S LITERAR Y DEPOT, In Warren’s Building, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, I'GIE largest and most varied stock of BOOKS AND STATIONERY, Paper Hangings, Cutlery, Combs, Tooth Brush es, Dusting Brushes, Blacking and Blacking Brushes, that has ever been brought to this place. Newspapers, Periodicals & Magazines from all parts of the World, will be found upon the counter at all times. By keeping a good stock of Goods, selling on reasonable terms, and strict attention to the de mands of the town and surrounding country, in my line of business, I hope to merit the liberal patronage of the public. Call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. JESSE A. GUNN INCH AM, Successor to WM. T. GIBBS. Georgetown. May 3d, 1855. [29-tf. Stoves and Tin Ware, AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL, S. J. JACKSON k CO., i T t’ac old stand, on Ma in street, above Placer. 1 \ Having bought out the Furniture Store ad joining, formerly belonging to Staley & Co., we are now predared 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, October, 1855. 1-tf ATE OF CALIFORNIA, El Born do County ss.—Before Justice R. E. Draper, Greenwood township. The People of the State of California to E. T. ASHTON, Greeting: You are hereby summoned to appear before the undersigned,at his office,at Pilot Hill, Green wood township, on Saturday, the sth dsy of De cember, 1855, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,to answer un to the complaint of Talcott & Rose, who sues to recover the sum of two hundred and thirty-nine and 69-100 dollars; two hundred and nineteen and 69-100 dollars being due on account contracted in 1854, and twenty dollars on promissory note, when judgment will be taken against you for the above amount, with costs and damages, if you fail to appeor and answer. Given under my hand, this Sth day of Septem ber, 1855. ROBT. E. DRAPER, Justice of the Peace. State of California, El Dorado County, Gre wood Township. Whereas, by the affidavit James H. Rose, one of the plaintiffs in the ab< described cause, made this the Sth day of S tember, A. D. 1855, it appears to my satisfact: that a cause of action exists against the defei ant E. T. Ashton, and that the lust place of s Ashton’s residence, known to plaintiffs, was C rolton, a village of Placer county; but after < diligence be cannot be found within this Sta and that therefore personal service cannot had in said cause against said Ashton. N therefore, it is ordered, that summons in 1 above entitled cause be published once a we for three months, in the newspaper known as t Georgetown News, published in the village Georgetown, El Dorado County, California; a it is further ordered, that a copy of the sumrm be forthwith deposited in the Post Office, dire ed to Carrolton, Placer county, California, II the Sth day Soptem'oer, A. I*. 18.v5. [4B-3m] ' BOUT. E. DRAPER. J. i LATE ARRIVALS OF Fall and Winter Goods. miiE subscribers respectfully beg leave to an -1 nooncetbat among their large stock of Fall and Winter Goods, lately received, may be found, and which will be sold cheap for cash, the fol lowing articles, viz: 100 yds tine Brussels carpet, very rich pattern; I d(.z black beaver riding hats, elegant plumes; A large variety of Ladies velvet, cloth and satin Cloaks, latest patterns; 1000 yds English and French Merinos, all colors; .100 yds plaid and figured Flannels; 1100 yds silk and cotton Velvet, various colors; 250 yds plain and figured Delaines; Ladies’ Shoes, a large lot; 5 bales superior blankets, assorted colors; Boys’ fine Clothing, assorted sizes; Zephyr assorted sacks, all sizes. Together with every other article usually kept in a dry goods store. LEE, HARMON & CO. Placerville, Oct. 30, 1555. l-3m CORNER MAIN AND SACRAMENTO STS., Opposite the Post Office, Placerville , Cal. HE undersigned most respectfully . announces to his old friends and the traveling public generally, that he is prepared to accommodate all who may favor him with their patronage, and at prices to suit the times. His table will he furnished with the best the market affords. There can be obtained at all times, double or single beds. Pri vate Rooms, Ac. There is a good stable attach ed to the nremises. Public patronage is respect fully solicited. C. E. LEVANT, Proprietor. N. B. The Opposition Line of Stages leave this hotel every morning for Sacramento City, and arrive there in time to connect with the boats for .mm Francisco. Placerville, October 20th, 1855. [l-tf. PACIFIC sE EXPRESS CO. <sBr> 1111 E undersigned Laving taken charge of the above named Express in this town, are now ready to forward PACKAGES, GOLD DUST AND FREIGHT OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, to all the principal Towns and Cities in this state. Also, to the Atlantic States, Oregon and Europe. Any business pertaining to an Express office, : ist ;d to our charge, will meet with prompt attention. GRAHAM & SPEAR, Agents Pacific Express Co. Georgetown, July ist, 1855. GRAHAM & SPEAR, EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE, Alain Street, Opposite Nevada House. EXCHANGE drawn at sight, or on time, on the Atlantic States and Europe. GOLD DFST purchased at the highest rates. DEPOSITS received, either special or general. SIGHT DRAFTS at par on Sacramento and San Francisco. COLLECTIONS made and Funds remitted at the lowest rates. J. I. SPEAR, .IK. FRANCIS GRAHAM Georgetown, April 2d, 1855. [25-tf. 3Hisallsiwras ~SJSL. XjXESIVSAA.W, MAIN STREET, BOTTLE HILL, EGS leave to inform his old friends and cus tomers, that he has just returned from San Francisco with the best selected stock of DRY GOODS, B BOOTS c£s ever brought to the mines. My Dry Goods de partment consists of French Cloth Frock and Over Coats, Black Doeskin Pants, Black Silk Velvet Vests, of the very latest styles; also, com mon Mining Clothes of every description. My Boot and shoe department consists of nothing else but the very best of French Calf of the la test styles. Hoping that they will meet the ap probation of my old friends and customers, I would warn them to call at the old stand in Bot tle Hill, where will be found the “simon pure,' No. 1 Goods, at very low prices. Bottle Hill, Oct. 3d. 1855. [5l-tf HOOG-S & CO. BOOK & JOB PRINTERS, And Agents forthe following Newspapers: L'F.cho or Pacifique, Statesman, Sacramento Democrat, Nevada, Times, Weaverville, News, Georgetown, Express, Marysville, -Herald, Crescent City. No. 87 Merchant Street, Francisco. Placerville and Georgetown DAILY LINE OF STAGES. Via Chili Bar. Kelsey, Spanish and American Flats. ON and after November Ist, the proprietors of the above Line of Stages, take pleasure in informing the public that they will make dai ly trips between tiie above points, (Sundays in cluded,) at the old established rates of fare, viz: THREW DOLLARS. Leaving Placcrvil ie every morning at 7 o’cl'k it connects at Georgetown with the stages to Bottle Hill, Yankee Jim’s, Todds Valley. &c. Returning, will leave the Nevada House Georgetown, every dav, at 1 o’clock P. M. HUNTER & CO., Proprietors. October 29th, 1855. STENCIL LETIERS. great convenience. Everybody that marks Bags or anything else, should have them, sale Wholesale & Retail, at y Carrier's Book & Stationery more, 77 Long Wharf, San Francisco. ice of Renewal of Bridge License. [)TICE is hereby given that the undersigned Hunter & Crawford will apply to the Board of Supervisors of El Dorado county, eir i)lace of session in Coloma, on the fourth Jt - December A. D.. 1855, or as soon thereal- S the same can be heard, for the renewal of license to keep a Toll Bridge across the le Fork of the American River at the point - n as the -Spanish Bar Bridge Crossing" he period of twelve months, and that said ication will be continued from day to day lie same can be heard. HUNTER & CRAWFORD, tnher 25th, 1855. l-st* Wagon Road. Surveyor General’s Office, / Sacramento, Nov. 9th, 1855. ) To Contractors and Others. mHE ‘‘Plans and Specifications’’ mentioned in X the advertisement for the reception of scaled proposals for the construction of a “ Wagon Road over the Sierra Nevada Mountains,’’ are not and will not he ready for exhibition until furthei notice is given. S. 11. MAHLETTE. Surveyor General. [novls-3tf. WELLS, FARGO & CO. EXPRESS AND BANKING HOUSE, Main St., Georgetown, Cal. DAILY EXE»R33ss For transmission of Gold Dust and Freight of e? ery description. Treasure and Packages received for the Allan tic States and Europe. Gold Oust forwarded to the U. S. Mints at San Francisco, Philadelphia and New Orleans, on the most favorable terms. bold Dust iionght, Collections Pintle, and all business pertaining to an Express and Exchange Office promptly attended to. light Checks drawn at par on Sacramento and San Francisco. Sight and Time Exchange ON NEW YORK, BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA (iwgetotim SUkrtistnunls. -TO AND FKOM SACRAMENTO, SA N FRAN CISC O, STOCKTON, MARYSVILLE, NEVADA. AUBURN, OPIIIR, YANKEE JIM'S, GRASS VALLEY. COLOMA, PLACERVILLE. DIAMOND S’GS, Sight Drafts also drawn payable at the following places, via Albany, N. Y.iCTeveland,Ohio,< Adrian, Mich. Troy, Utica, “ Syracuse, ‘ Oswego, ' Auburn, ‘ Geneva, 1 f'anandagua * Rochester, ‘ Lockport, ‘ Hudii 10, Ashtabula, Painesville, ' Sandusky, ■ Toledo, ’ Tiffin, Xenia, Mansfield, ■ Mt. Vernon, Newark. ; Zanesville, Binghampfn“ Columbus, Dayton, Springfield, Hamilton, Cincinnati, Kalamazoo, “ South Bend, la. Michigan City Chicago, 111. Galena, " Lasalle, Peoria, " Alton, •* Springfield, " Milwaukee,Wis Sheboygan, “ Racine, “ Kenosha, ** St. Louis, Mo. Louisville, Kv. Owego, Elmira, ' Corning, ' Dunkirk, ' Silver Creek' Westfield, “ Jackson, Pottsville, Pa/ Ann Arbor, Reading, “ Battle Creek Erie, “ - Monroe, Providence R.I. Niles, WELLS. FARGO i CO. CONNESS & REED, Agents, Georgetown, Oct. 19,1854. I tf Detroit, Mich. Montreal, C. fe. j Quebec, “ ■ Hamilton,C.W. ( Toronto, “ < Stoniugton, €t. B. F. TRASK, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, KEEPS constantly on hand, Window Glass, . Lead, Oil, Turpeentine, Putty, and ready Mixed Paints, for sale at reduced prices, at the old stand over A.Sternfel’s Store, Main street. Georgetown, September 12th, 1855. [4B-tf fan fnutcisfo Ready-Made Clothing Warehouse. WILLIAM G. BADGER, Number 99 Battery street, San Francisco, IMPORTER of Ready-Made Clothing and Fur nishing Goods. Also, every variety of Hats, Boots and Brogans. I would invite merchant* visiting San Francisco to call and examine my large stock of Clothing. I have on hand and constantly arriving, the largest assortment of every variety and style of Clothing, of any house in the State. My stock amounts to over Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. The goods are manufactured under my own supervision, and are made from the best material and in the most durable manner. Persons buy ing my clothing, will find large and saleable si zes. Persons may re 13 upon finding every article they wish in my stock. My arices will be as low, if not lower than they can be found elsewhere. I guarantee each article I sell. Please call and examine my stock. October 30th, 1855. fl-3m Mlmlesalc Clotlmig Marchous£. JENNINGS cV BREWSTER, Granite Store. 72 Battery Street, Saw Francisco, A RE receiving by every clipper from New . k York, and direct from the manufacturing es tablishment, a large assortment of REBD Y-MADE CLO THING, suitable for tho country trade, to which they in vite the especial attention of buyers. They will also find as large an assortment and at low pri ces as can be found at any house in this city. Also an assortment of BOYS' CLOTHING constantly on hand. July 17th, 1855. [4l-3m-i3. lAVING just purchased an entire new stock of elegant styles of Paper, and Borders to itch, suitable for Saloons, Parlors, Ac., which ■re sold at auction to pay frieght and charges, an sell lower than ever before offered in thi* y. GEO. W. CLARK, Wholesale & Retail Dealer, No. 131 Clay st., near Crescent Hotel, 24-3 m. * San Francista CENTRAL HOTEL. NO. 229 CLAY ST., (COR. WAVERLY PLAC« ’ J&- SAW FRANCISCO. TyJ|i| R. SAVAGE, PROPRIETOR. This establishment is conductedas her*- ofore, strictly on Temperance principles. Wall Papers--Chinese Matting, Et GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICED rjTGIE undersigned have received by the lab H. arrivals, a new and elegant assortment French and American Wall Papers and Borde Landscapes, Screens, Oil Skins, Chinese M ting, etc., etc., which, in order to make room larger arrivals due, they will dispose of at 1 very lowest prices. The attention of traders a the public at large is called to our extens stock, and purchasers will find it to their advi tage in examining our goods and comparing thi with others in the city. 'H. PERRIER & CO., [4B-2m] 132 Clay street, San Francisco "W. Clni-lx, Wholesale and Retail Dealer ,n French and American Paper Hangings- SAN FRANCISCO. IFORD OIL AND CAMPHEXE WORKS. ’ashington Street, San Fi ancisco. YE ON HAND AND FOR SALE. M) gallons of Bleached nnd Refined ing Sperm, Lard, Polar Elephant t’s Foot and Tanners Oik; Fresh Burning Fluid. Alcohol and Wick inds and of the best quulity. Also, otash, Tallow, Axle Grease, Soap, siring a genuine article at low rate*, a call and examine our stock before . F.KMUX A CO..