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all others of paramount importance to the welfare of this State, the Atlantic and Pa ciSc Railroad Bill, are pending. One vote on those questions—one voice in their favor is lost. The execrations of every real Cali fornian curse such wedded devotion to par ty. regardless of country, as the action of Democratic majority exhibited. At the present juncture, also, when every conserv ative influence should be felt in full force in the councils of the nation, California should be fully represented. Her commercial im portance, as the Keystone State of the Pa cific; her high conservative position, created by the peculiarity of her locality aud popu lation: her devotion to the Union, despite all neglect; her unwavering support of the interests of the whole Republic, give her au influence which belongs to no other single State, and which it is treasonable to lose. Thank God that great and heinous sin does not lie at the door of the American party. No personal schemes of aggrandizement, at tributable to any member of the American party, defeated an election, as in the session of 1855. Now, as then, a falsely called Democratic party have thus dared to vio late the iterated and reiterated expression of a people’s will. Their reckoning will be bitter and their punishment severe. No man or set of men can with impunity set themselves 5a opposition to a free and thinking people. While we may with propriety congratu late ourselves on our present position, the future opens a long vista for well directed effort. Misrepresentations of our principles and objects must be met and confuted.— Maligners must- be silenced by the over powering truth. The luke-warm must be encouraged, aud the weary and faint hearted stayed. Ours is a great, a noble, a glori ous, a patriotic work; aud having put our hands to the plow, we must not tarry or look back, but drive furrow deep and broad. While we may confidently hope for the brightest success, let us not be unprepared for misfortune or reverse. Right is better than success; principle than victory, with pure hearts aud clear consciences. With the firm conviction that the right, truth and justice of our cause will eventually com mend it to every true-hearted American as the only means to insure the perpetuity of Republican institutions and the integrity of the Union, let us, one aud all, “Act—act in the living present, Heart within and God o’erhead.” Jas. T. Farley, W. W. Hawks, Charles S. Bidex, B. C. Whitman, Isaac Baggs, Committee on Address, per order of the State Council, holden May, 1856. Dll. L. J. GZAPKAY, of San Francisco, whose advertisement appears in another part of this paper, has met with unprecedented success and outstripped all rivalry with his professional brethren, to whom his success might teach the necessity of strict adherence to honorable treat ment of patients. The necessity of a gentleman of the Doctor’s intellectual and professional abil ity has been long felt in California, where mal practice has left its mark upon the present, and inahereditrrypointofview.it is to be feared, upon succeeding generations. It is strange, that amid all the legal enactments for the protection of society, there has not been one to require medical practitioners to give some evidence of ability before they are permitted to deal with hu man health and life—the most important of earthly considerations. Yet strange as it is, em piricism has for years sown its evil broadcast over the land. We are pleased to say, that in Dr. Czapkay the people have one upon whom they can rely, and who has such testimonials of character and ability as are unquestionable. The Doctor can be consulted, free of charge, at his rooms in Armory Hall, corner of Sacramento and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. He makes no charge unless he effects a cure. Belt NOTICE IS hereby given that sealed proposals arc soli cited.for taking care of the indigent sick of Eldorado county the next ensuing twelve months, commencing the 20th June of the present year, and extending to the 20th June, 1857. Proposals will be received up to the 15th of June next. Different plans and the amount bid on each plan, the amount physicians will contract their medical attention for the period above mention ed, and any suggestions made by the bidders will be considered by the Board of Supervisors on the 15th June next, and from the different plans proposed the Board will select and award the contract to the lowest responsible and compe tent bidder, in accordance with the siatute made and provided for the care of the indigent sick in the counties of this .State. ALEX. lIIVINE, Chairman B. S. D. C. McKknnky, Clerk. 29-1 m May 14th, 1856. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of El Dorado, set.—Justices’ Court, George town Township. The People of the State of California, to SMITH DRISCOLL & CO., Greeting: You are hereby summoned to appear before me, at my office,"in the aforesaid township of the county of El Dorado, on the 31st day of May, A. D., 1856, at 9 o’clock, A. M., to answer unto the complaint of Jefferson G. James in a civil action to recover the sum of one hundred and .seventy eight 83-100 dollars, with three per cent, interest monthly from the 31st day of December, A. D., 1855, being the balance due on a note executed by yon the 12th day of April, A. D., 1855, and secured by mortgage, when judgment will be ta ken against von for the said amount, together with cost and damages, and the mortgaged pre mises be ordered to be sold, if you fail to appear and answer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of said county. Greeting:—Make legal service and due return hereof. Given under my hand this 10th day of May, A. D., 1856. L. C. REYBURN, Justice of the Peace of said Township. It appearing, by affidavit, to my satisfaction, that the above defendants cannot be found with in the State; and that a cause of action exists against defendants, it is ordered that service of summons be made by publication thereof in the Georgetown News, once a week for two weeks. L. C. REYBURN, Justice of the Peace. Geo. G. Webster, Plff ’s Att'y. 29-2 t Blanks of every description for sale at this office. UltsteKitiumis ibbevtistni’ts. TUI E undersigned offers at private sale, half of flip half of the Knickerbocker Ranch, including improvements and stock, consisting of 600 acres under fence, 250 of which is sown in grain, an orchard containing 500 apple trees, peach, cherry and pear trees, strawberry and grape vines, 9 Horses, 3 Mules, 5 Work Oxen, t ows, Calves, Hogs, Poultry, Ac. Also all im plements necesary for farming purposes. Said Ranch is well watered, having a never failing stream of water through the centre of it, on the highest ground, and is the most desirable tavern stand in El Dorado county, being situated at the junction of the Sacramento, Auburn, Murderer’s Bar, Georgetown and Coloma roads. For further particulars enquire atrihis office, or on the premises. W. R. DILL. April 24th, 1856. - [26-lm. WHOLESALE COMMISSION AND Forwarding House. F, GRAHAM, COENF.R LEIDESDOKVF AND WOOL STREETS, FOL SOM, NORTH OF TUB RAILROAD DEPOT. ALWAYS on hand a general assortment of GROCERIES Sf I.IQUORS. Country Merchants will find it to their advantage to cull and examihe the stock, as I will guarantee to sell as low as any house in Sacramento. Prompt attention paid to receiving all goods consigned to my care. May sth, 1856. 28-3 m FREIGHT FROM Sacramento Citv to the following pla ces by teams of B. TA L LSI AN A CO., will from this date, be charged the following rates: Bottle Hill, Georgia Slide, Georgetown, Greenwood, Volcanoville, Kelsey’s. Spanish Flat, Louisville, Johntown, Coloma, Union Town, Salmon Falls, 1 4 cents per pound. U “ 14 “ “ “ 14 “ <• “ 2 .. 14 “ - 14 “ « “ 14 <• “ « 14 “ “ “ 1 “ “ I “ i Light goods will be charged extra from 4 to | cent per pound. Shippers are requested to mark their goods as usual, adding thereto, care of H. B. Waddilove, Granite City, B. TALLMAN k CO. April 23d, 1856. [27-tf. Administrator’s Notice. STATE of California, El Dorado Coun ty-—All persons having claims against the estate of DAVID C. EDGE, deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months from this date, to the undersigned at his place of residence at Georgia Slide in said county. Dated this Ist day of May, A. D. 1856. R. A*. MADDEN, Administrator of the estate of 27-41* David C. Edge, deceased. Dissolution of Partnership. THE copartnership heretofore existing under the style and firm of JAS. MARSH & CO., is this day dissolved by mutual consent, and all accounts not settled on or before Monday, May 12th, will be left for collection. JAS. MARSH, H. W. McKOY, Georgetown, April 29th, 1856. 28 Bffotloe. SHAREHOLDERS in the Morning Star Tun nel Co., Fort Hill, who are in arrears, are hereby notified that unless all back assessments are paid on or before Saturday, May 17, their shares will be sold at public auction at 2 o’clock, P. M., of said day, in front of the American Ho tel, Georgetown, to liquidate such assessments. 28-2t* REUBEN LERCH, Sec'y. ICE! SMALL qnantitj’, delivered, 3 cents. By the quantity at the ice house, 2 cents. ATKINSON k ROCK. Georgetown, May Ist, 1856. 27-tf Georgetown Theater. THE undersigned having just refitted the The atre in this place takes pleasure in informing All Traveling Theatrical Companies, as well as those giving CONCERTS OR EXHI BITIONS of any kind, that he would he happy to let the same to any companies as above, on reasonable terms. The Theatre is plastered with hard finished walls, new and ample Scenery, commodious Dressing Rooms, and will seat 300 persons. Parties wishing to engage will please address the undersigned through Express or Telegraph. W. 11. PRATT. Georgetown, Jan. 16th, 1856. [l2-tf Dissolution of Copartnership. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership in the Lumber business here tofore existing between J. L. Atkinson and Win. A. Ballard, under the name of Atkinson & Bal lard, is dissolved by mutual consent. J. L. ATKINSON, W. A. BALLARD. Georgetown, May 14,1856. 29-4 t CONSTABLE'S SALE. BY virtue of an execution issued from the court of C. Sidney Brashear, a Justice of the Peace for Big Bar township, county of El Dorado and State of California, upon a judgment rendered in said court, on the 17th day of March, A. D., 1856, in favor of A. H. Saxton vs. Wm. Lancaster, for the sum of one hundred and thir ty-two 84-100 dollars (8132 84) debt, and nine teen 25-100 dollars ($l9 25) dollars costs of suit, and accruing costs,l have levied upon the follow ing property to satisfy a balance upon said judg ment of ninety-seven 50-100 dollars, ($97 50,) to wit: The undivided one-half interest of a Bil liard Saloon and lot of 20 feet front, on the north side of Main street, in the town of Volcanoville, Big Bar township, and known as the property of Lancaster k Bartlett, and 1 will sell said proper ty in Volcanoville at public auction, to the highest bidder, fos cash, on the 23d of May, A. D., 1856, to satisfy said balance of $97 50 with accruing costs. JOHN J. SEERLEY, Constable. Yolcanoville, April 29th, 1856. [27-3t] PURE CREAM TARTAR and SODA at [Feb. 13.] TURNER'S DRUG STORE. Linseed, sperm, and polar oil, at [Feb. 13.] TURNF C’S DRUG STORE. pAMPHENE WICKS, Lamp Wicks, Caudle vY Wicking, and Lamp Chimneys, at [Feb. 13.] ‘ TURNER’S DRUG STOKE. Oltjrgrfdmt LIVE RY ST A B L C Main Street, Georgetown, OPPOSITE EAGLE SALOON. -0- TERRETT & PULLER, take this method of re turning their sincere thanks to the public for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to the above establishment, and at the same time hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance of the same. Their stock of CARRIAGE & SADDLE HORSES, is the most complete to be found in Georgetown. Persons desirous of hiring anything pertaining to a Livery Stable, will find this a desirable place, as we intend to regulate our prices to suit the times. , N. B. Strict attention paid to transient stock left in our care. D. JERRETT.] [H. H. FULLER. Georgetown, April 24th, 185(1. [26-tf. New Millinery Goods. Ex Sonora, from Sew York and Paris, received ivriiriri • AT THE BUFFALO STORE, MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE GEORGETOWN HOTEL. JACOB & BROTHER have opened an invoice of MOST BEAUTIFUL GOODS of every description for the Spring Trade, among which are a variety of the latest Spring Styles of Bonnets, of French silk, Leghorn, split and fancy straw. Children's and Infant’s. Flats. Also, some splendid Dress Goods of rich de signs, French Lawn Muslins, Ginghams, Cali coes and Bareges, Fine French Flowers and Ribbons. They have also a large stock of gentlemen’s wearing apparei, consisting in part of Clothing, Boots <St Slioes, Hats, Caps, &r, All of which will be disposed of at the lowest market prices. Call and see for yourselves. Georgetown, April 24th, 1856. [26-tf Immense Attraction! The Latest of the Season EL DORADO STORE, NO. 1. MAIN ST., GEORGETOWN. ITHE undersigned begs leave to call theavten . tion of the citizens of this and surrounding towns, to his large, well selected and complete assortment of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Boots tfc Siioos, HATS, CAPS, RUBBER GOODS, be. My stock is the most extensive ever offered in Georgetown; is from first hands, selected and manufactured to order, and 1 feel confident in as suring the public that lean sell everything in my line at much lower figures than can be pur chased elsewhere. lam receiving monthly ship m ’its from New York, and would invite COUNTRY MERCHANTS to call and examine my stock, as I am prepared to furnish Goods at wholesale, at San Francisco prices. Terms, Cash and Cash only. M. M. FRANKENTHAL. Georgetown, April Ist, 1856. [23-tf.] Ladies’ Dry Goods Store. MRS. H. A. WELLS takes pleasure in an nouncing to the Ladies of this place and vicinity, that she has opened a FANCY DRY GOODS STORE in Warren’s building. Main street, Georgetown, where she intends to keep a complete and well selected stock of LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S DRESS GOODS, and will dispose of the same at small advance over cost. Her Goods are all se lected by herself expressly for this place, and she hopes the public will give her a liberal share of their patronage. She would call particular attention to her large and tine stock of IVTillinory G-oocls, consisting of Fancy Straws, Silk and Lace Bonnets, Children's Bonnets and Hats; also, a fine assortment of Summer Mantillas. The Gen tlemen will also find at her store an assortment of Collars, Shirts, Cravats, Silk and Linen Pock et Handkerchiefs, Cotton and Merino Hose. White and Colored Kid Gloves, Perfumery, &c. N. B. All kinds of Millinery and Dress Making neatly executed at short notice and on reasonable terms. All work warranted to give satisfaction or no charge. Georgetown, March 25th, 1856. [22-tf.] Stoves and Tin Ware, AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL, BY S. J. JACKSON & CO., VT the old stand, on Main street, ahme Placer. Having bought out the Furniture Store ad joining, formerly belongingto 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 mark prices. Georgetown, October, 1855. 1-tf «Tust Received. AT CUNNINGHAM’S LITERARY DEPCYJ In Warren’s Building, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, THE largest and most varied stock of BOOKS AND STATIONERY, Paper Hangings, Cutlery, Combs, Tooth Bru es, Dusting Brushes, Blacking and Blacki Brashes, that has ever been brought to this pla Newspapers, Periodicals & Magazin from all parts of the World, will be found up the counter at all times. By keeping a good stock of Goods, selling reasonable terms, and strict attention to the mands of the town and surrounding country, my line of business, I hope to merit the llbc patronage of the public. Call and examine i stock before purchasing elsewhere. JESSE A. CUNNINGHAM, Successor to WM. T. GIBBS Georgetown, May 3d, 1855. [23-tf NEWSPAPERS. A LL the di fie rent Sacramento and San Fran il cisco Daily Papers received every day, anc furnished to regular subscribers in town at 5( cents per week, and delivered. Also, all the diflerent Weekly Papers, foi the mail steamers, may be had, done up in wrap pers, postage paid, lor 25 cents per copy, 1 At Cunningham’s Literarv Decot, dtorjetttluii NEVADA HOUSE GEORGETOWN. H. W. McKOY, PROPRIETOR. a THIS well known anil popular Hotel, situated in one of the most pleasant min ing towns in the mountains, having late ly been re-fitted and replenished, the pro prietor takes pleasure in announcing to his pat rons and the traveling public generally, that be will be in readiness at all times to accommodate his friends and others who may favor him with their patronage. The Table will be famished at all times with the best the market affords, while the Bar will always contain the very hot of Liquors and Cigars. There can be obtained at all times GOOD BEDS AND BEDDING, 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 tor has erected a large and commodious STA BLE for the accommodation of Horses, Mules, Ac. The Stages for Sacramento City arrive and depart from this House every day—also, from Bottle Hill. Coloma, Placerville, Kelsey's and Spanish Flat. Georgetown, May Ist, 1856. * [37-tf. TUH.KrER.’f3 Drug m 2 MAIN STREET, GEORGETOWN. "ITTILL keep constantly on hand a complete \ V assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINE, PERFUMERY, DYE STUFFS, ALCOHOL, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, CAM PHENE AND TURPENTINE. also ; Patent McdLicinos of every variety, among which are Sarsaparilla, Bitters, Expectorants, Linaments, Lyon’s Ka thairon, a sure remedy for baldness, Toilet Soaps, Lubins and other Extracts, Cologne Wa ter, and a full assortment of all articles usually found at a Drug Store. DR. J. TURNER. Georgetown, Feb. 13th. 1856. [l6-tf BANKING OFFICE, &C. THE undersigned hereby gives notice that he has removed from Mameluke Hill to George town. Office, in JCarrcn's Building, 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 .S'an Francisco at par. Drafts for sale on the At lantic States and Europe. Deposits received, Ac W. H. PRATT. Georgetown, August 14th, 1855. [44.tf O'. Watch-Maker & Jeweler, WEST SIDE MAIN STREET, FIRST DOOR ABOVE THE PACIFIC EXPRESS OFFICE. TAKES this method to return thanks to the 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’Jewelry 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 stylo and warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Call and examine my stock before purchasing else where. J. HYMAN. Georgetown, May Bth, 1855. [3O-tf Groceries & Provisions. W. CLEGG & STOVER, FEELING grateful to their old customers for the very liberal manner in which they have boon patronized heretofore aad respectfully so lid a continuance of the same, wonld announce that they have now on hand at their store on Main street, nearly opposite Warren’s Hall, any rpiantity of Groceries & Provisions, CIGAaiS, d?o. all of which is of a superior quality. Their stock consists in part of Liquors, Oils, Caiulles, Soap, Ac Ae>< Also, in addition to the above, they keep con stantly on hand a large assortment of CROCKERY AND QUEENSWABE, suitable to the market, together with HARD WARE and CUTLERY, and Minors’ Supplies generally, all of which are oflered for sale at the lowest market prices. wkbster clegg, [Proprietors] john e. stover. Georgetown, January 25th, 1856. [l4-tf.] HERE WE ARE!! THE undersigned begs leave to inform the public, that they are prepared to do all kinds ot work in the Blacksmith line at as short notice and as cheap as any other shop in the mountains. Miners will find our PICKS made of the best quality of Swedes’ Iron, WITH PUNCHED EYES, and what is better than all, we insure them to he SIMON PURE; we are also prepared to make and repair Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Ac., at short notice. Particular attention will be given to Horso Shooing, having one of the best Horse Shoers in the coun try, we do not hesitate to warrant entire satisfac tmu; if yon don t believe it just give us one trial. Besulesall this, we keep constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of Iron A Steel, Horse Nails, and everything else generally used in a Blacksmith Shop, and for .sale as cheap as the cheapest. Persons will do well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. Shop on Church st., next door to Esq. Revburn's Office. , THOS. BOLLEN A CO. Georgetown April 23d 1856. [26-tf. Marcknt & Go’s BAKERY efts Confectionery Shop, SITUATED ON CHURCH STREET. KEEPS constantly on hand all kinds of Bread, Pies, Cakes, and Confectionery, and are prepared at all times to fill all orders for BALLS, PARTIES WEDDINGS, in a superior style and on short notice. MARCHANT A CO.. Proprietors. Georgetown, July Oth, 1555. [3O-tf Snit Jfraiidm U&. MONTGOMERY ST % <JP i 2 SANSDMt ST * QABR)|r| HI ( ' a ATTERYST < ■LONG%WHARFim Z/Zy-i o> > BATTERY. S T i ssesa i’jwo IN STORE AND FOR SALF. lETTEU PAPER, BILL PAPER, Fools a cap and Note Paper, Blank Books, full and half bound, in any quantity. All kinds of STA TIONERY, Bound Books and Novels. Noisy Carriers' Book and Stationery Co., 97 Battery, 64 & 56 Long Wharf, 26-3 m San Francisco. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! JENNINGS & BREWSTER, MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF CLOTHING, 7‘i Battery Street, San Francisco. TTTOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF VV buyers to their large and well assorted stock of SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING, —CONSISTING OF— PANTS.— New styles Plain and Fancy Cass. Pants; New styles Plain and Fancy Rat. Pants; Black Doeskin and Cass. Pants; Assorted Kentucky Jean Pants; Linen Duck and Drill Pants; Plain and Fancy Cottonade Pants; VESTS.— White and Check Marseilles Vests; Plain and Fanca Cass. Vests; SUITS.— Plain and Fancy Cass. Business Suits; Plain and Check Linen Business Suits; COATS.— Black Cloth Frock Coats; DR AIVER S AND SHIR 7 S.— Gray and White Merino Shirts and,Drawers; Hickory, Check and Flannel Shirts; OVERALLS AND SOCKS.— Denim Jumpers and Overalls; Cotton, Merino and Wool Nocks; Hats, Blankets, &c. In addition to the above we have a fine assort ment of Goods generally kept in our line. Clothing Warehouse. WIVE. Gr. J3A33GER., 109 Battery Street, Corner of Merchant, IMPORTER of every variety of CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS; also, of Ducks, Drills, Sheeting, Blankets, Hats. Boots and Bro gans. By recent arrivals I have received a very large stock of the most DESIRABLE STYLES of CLOTHING. Audit is the largest stock ever offered in this market. The Goods are manufactured under my own supervision, and arc of the best material, well cut, large sizes, and made in the most dur able manner. TRADERS FROM THE COUNTRY are invited to examine this heavy stock and they will find the prices lower than they can be found elsewhere in the market. Purchasers may rely on receiving the best and most saleable Goods, as each article is guaranteed. 10.000 pairs assorted fancy cassimerc pants; 10.000 prs ass'il fancy ami plain satinet pants; 7.000 pairs linen pants; 2.000 pairs Goodyear’s rubber pants; 1.000 Goodyear's white rubber goods; 200 cases Goody’rs long & short rubber boots; 200 cases Miners' boots; 1.000 dozen flannel overshirts; 300 dozen fancy cassimerc overshirts; 1.000 dozen white shirts; 600 dozen heavy hickory shirts; 500 “ heavy check shirts; 300 “ Merrimack shirts; 600 M lamb’s wool undershirts; 300 “ Regatta undershirts; 200 “ grey flannel undershirts; 450 “ lamb’s wool drawers; 250 “ bleached drill drawers; 1.500 “ overalls; 300 “ Denim frocks; 1,200 “ country knit wool socks; 1.500 “ heavy white & mixed cotton socks; 100 “ super black silk neckerchiefs; 200 “ cambric handkerchiefs; 300 “ rubber belts; 250 “ buck gloves; 400 “ buckskin gold bags; 1.000 pieces super silk pocket handkerchiefs; 1.000 doeskin business coats; 400 black cloth frock coats; 2.000 assorted overcoats; 600 assorted pea coats; 3.000 silk, cloth and velvet vests; 20 bales bine and white blankets; 50 bales A sheeting; 50 bales drills; 30 bales assorted duck; 50 cases fine felt hats; ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY promptly attended to. For sale by WM. G. BADGER, Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, No. 109 Battery st., corner Merchant, San Francisco. N. B No Goods sold at Retail. [lO-3m Mbolesulc Clothing Mardjonst. JENNINGS BREWSTER, Granite Stork, 72 Battery Street, San Francisco, A RE receiving by every clipper from New /% York, and direct from the manufacturing es tablishment, a large assortment of HERDY-MADE CLOTHING, 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 BOVS' CLOTHING constantly on hand. July 17*th, 1855. (41-3 m-is. E. S. COOPER, M. D., SURGEON. OFFICE at Eye, Ear, and Orthopedic Infirma ry, on Mission street, between 2d and 3d, (near-‘Russian Baths,") Sau Francisco. Office hours from to 12J A. M. every day, and from 1\ to 4 P. M. Wednesdays and Satur days, being the clinical hours at which medical men and students are respectively invited to at tend whenever it may lie opportune fur them selves. and when all surgical operations are jar formed free upon patients coming to the clinics for that purpose. [25-3m Ultsttllaiitaiis , LUMBER for CASH. r vwm having in operation their _L N ." CLIPPER SAW MILL, at Castle Hill, <> r ßetown. and their TRAV hK. R MILL, at traverse Creek, will keep con stantly on hand, and are prepared to deliver to order, lumber of every size and dimenAms, such as an assortment of CLEAR SUGAR PINE FINISHING LUMBER. FLOORING, SIDI\G SCANTLING, JOIST * TIMBER . SL UICICE L UMBE R FENCING BOARDS. PALINGS LATH. CEDAR POSTS, ETC.. ETC., Ha' which we offer at the lowest cash prices. “Sa All orders left at the Mill, at the Banking Of fice of W. 11. Pratt, or the store of Jas. McCoy, Georgetown, will bo promptly attended to. as teams will be constantly plying between the above store and the Clipper Mill. N. lb Fanners in the valleys supplied with Lumber in exchange for Hay, Barley, Cattle, Horses, or the Heady Cash. Address WARREN A CO., Georgetown, through either of the Ex presses, or Post Office. M. WARREN, B. F. VAUGHN. JOS. OLMSTED. Georgetown, Feb. 6,1856. 15-tf WELLS, FARGO & CO. EXPSESS AND BANKING HOUSE, Main St., Georgetown, Cal. daily exhubss SACRAMENTO, SAN FRANCISCO, STOCKTON, MARYSVILLE, NEVADA, AUBURN, OPHIR, YANKEE JIM'S, GRASS VALLEY, COLOMA. I’LACEHVILLE, DIAMOND SGS, For transmission of Gold Dust and Freight of ev ery description. Treasure and Packages received for the Atlan tic States and Europe. Gold Dust forwarded to the U. S. Mints at Said Francisco, Philadelphia and New Orleans, on the most favorable terms. Gold Dust Uouglil, Collections Klntle, and all business pertaining to an Express and Exchange Office promptly attended to. Sight Checks drawn at par on Sacramento and San Francisco. Sight and Time Exchange ON NEW YORK, BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA also drawn pay Albany, N.Y. Troy, “ Utica, “ Syracuse, Oswego, Auburn, Geneva, “ Canandagua“ Rochester, “ Lockport, “ Buffalo, Binghampt'n“ Owego, “ Elmira, “ Corning, “ Dunkirk, “ Silver Creek “ Westfield, “ Pottsville, Pa. Reading, “ Erie, “ Providence R.I Sight Drafts able at the following places, viz Cleveland,Ohio,; Adrian, Mich. Ashtabula, < Painesville. <Sandusky, Toledo, < Tiffin, ; Xenia, ; Mansfield, ; Mt. Vernon, : Newark. Zanesville, ! Columbus, : Dayton, ; Springfield, ; Hamilton, ; Cincinnati. Kalamazoo, South Bend, la. Michigan City Chicago, Galena, “ Lasalle, Peoria, “ Alton, “ Springfield, “ Milwaukee,Wis Sheboygan, “ Racine, “ Kenosha, “ St. Louis, Mo. Louisville, Ky. I Detroit, Mich.; Montreal, C. E. Jackson, 1 Ann Arbor, ‘ Battle Creek ‘ Monroe, ‘ Niles, ‘ WELLS, Quebec, Hamilton.C.W. j Toronto, “ ; Stonington, Ct. FARGO A CO. CONNESS & REED, Agents. Georgetown, Oct. 19,1854. 1 tf PACIFIC EXPRESS CO. THE undersigned having taken charge of tho 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, entrusted to our charge, will meet with prompt attention. GRAHAM & SPEAR, Agents Pacific Express Co. Georgetown, July Ist, 1855. GRAHAM & SPEAR, EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE, Main Street, Opposite Nevada House. EXCHANGE drawn at sight, or on time, on the Atlantic States and Europe. GDI.I) DUST 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, JK. FRANCIS GRAHAM. Georgetown, April 2d, 1855. [25-tf. 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 lietwcon the above points, (Sundays in cluded,) at the old established rates of fare, viz: THREE DOLLARS. Leaving Placerville every morning at 7 o'cl'k, it connects at Georgetown with the stages to Bottle Hill, Yankee Jim's, Todds Valley, Ac. Returning, will leave the Nevada House, Georgetown, every day, at 1 o’clock P. M. HUNTER & CO., Proprietors. LATE ARRIVALS OP Fall and Winter Goods. THE subscribers respectfully beg leave to an nounce that among their large stock of Fall and Winter Goods, lately received, may be found, ami which will be sold cheap for cash, the fol lowing articles, viz: 100 yds fine Brussels carpet, very rich pattern; I doz 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; 500 yds plaid and figured Flannels; 300 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. J LEE. HARMON & CO. Placerville, Oct. 30, 1855. l-3m [BURNING FLUID and CAMPHENE, at ) [Feb. 13.] TURNER'S DRUG STORE.