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'yf East Weaver, Jan. 20th, 1868. ' Editor: — I know you will pardon me for intruding a line or two upon your col umns, devoted as they arc to the develop ment of the resources of Trinity 1 ounty. The mines of California must and always will constitute the chief sinew* of it* pios perity, and as each year continues to extend mining operations so it also senes to con vince observing persons that the wealth of out- mines is inexhaustible. It has been sup posed by many that the mines in the vicinity of Weaverville have been “worked out,’’ but here in sight of your town are deposits of gold now being brought to light, which will compare favorably with any returns ever yielded to the industry and persever ance of the minor, in any part of the State. The scene of our operations is on the same “lead’’ which has been worked so successful ly from Sidney Hill to Five Cent Gulch, and is now being followed across East Weaver, in the direction of the mouth of Brown's Creek. The .principal claims be tween Five Cent Gulch and East Weaver are owned and worked by Sehumakcr, Het rick ik Ryan, Crisman & Erallier, and J. Wood & Co. There arc several others on the same Hat, but they have not been worked to the same extent as those above named. These claims are now yielding, each of them, four hundred dollars per day.— Usually there are three men engaged in each claim, and the great advantage possessed by these claims is that the work in them may be pursued at all seasons of the year. Du ring the summer the dirt is drifted out from beneath —the deposites being about twenty feet deep—and piled on the top of the ground to in the w inter. On an average, two men drifting and one hoisting dirt with a windlass will take out in three days, one day’s washing. From one to live ounces to the pan is frequently obtained in drifting. Water is obtained from the East Weaver by means of a ditch, at the low rate of ten dollars per' week. Large sums are also taken out where the lead crosses the East W caver, as well as on (he other side where the same method is pursued in mining. In many places, the precise location of the lead has only been discovered, and no doubt vast sums of money will yet be taken out in our immediate vicinity. But, Mr. Editor, allow me to close before I weary your patience or that of vour readers. 90. Discovery of the Remains of the Sin John Franklin Exieiution. — In an ex change \vc notice an account of tlie explora tions of an expedition lifted out by the Hud son Ray Company in February last, at the request of the Rritish Government. We were aware some months since of the for mation of the expedition, but this is the first mention we have seen of the result of its ex plorations. A .Mr. Stewart and Mr. Ander son started with the company on the 7th of February, 1865, from the Company’s Post, in 54 degrees North latitude, to Fort Chi pewyau, at the head of Lake Athabasca, in latitude 60 North, where they constructed boats, and in them journeyed to Peace Itivcr and Fort Resolution on Skive Lake. On the 22d dune started forwsh or Rack river, in 65 North, and followed that stream to the Arctic Ocean. At the mouth of Rack river they found Esquimaux, who confirmed Dr. Rue’s report, and who directed them to Montreal Island for the evidences of the death of Franklin’s men. They found snow shoes known to be English make, with the name of Dr. Stanley, who was the surgeon of Sir John .Franklin's ship, the Erebus, <'i,d«tu them by a knife.— Afterwards they‘found, on the same Island, a boat, belonging to the Franklin expedition, with the name Terror distinctly visible. A piece of this boat containing this name was brought along with them by Mr. Stewart. Among the Esquimaux were found iron kettles, corresponding in shape and size with those furnished the Franklin expedition, and bearing the mnrkofthc Rritish Government. Other articles, known to have belonged to the expedition, w ere obtained from Eie Es quimaux. No bodies, however, were found, or traces of any. The report of the Esqui maux was, that one man died on Montreal Island, and that the balance of the party wandered on the beach of the main land op posite, until worn out by fatigue and starva , j w n, they, one by one, laid themselves down ; nud flieJ too. ]i>: Esquimaux reported still further, that Indians far to the north of them, who had seen hie ships.of Franklin’s party, and visited them,stated that they had oth been crushed between the icebergs. To every inquiry the Esquimaux protested that they died of star vation. Gathering together the relies found, the party set out on their return on the IHhday of August hist. lim so, at last, the mystery is solved.— Grave Sir John, whose bite has awak°ned the sympathizing curiosity of the. ejyijjzed world, it is now known, sleeps his last sleep by the shores of the frozen seas, through whose icy island:- lie had vainly sought to pass. Four winters back, as the Esquimaux .-aid, the noble party, after escaping from the ships which could no longer float on those dangerous seas, found release from their offerings itj, death.— G'olden Era. ■ Dkatii of Judge Mohriso.v.- —Roderick N. Morrison, formerly Judge of San Fran cisco county, and known as an influential politician both there and in New York, died recently from paralysis, at the Asylum in Stockton -—— •-••• Public Lands in California. —Colonel Jack Ilays is at Washington, co-operating with Mr. Denver, in an effort to get an or der for the sale of the Public Lands in Cali fornia which have been surveyed, in which they «ill probably succeed. - Gv'.Jcn E r «. jS.-aj’- A discovery has been made in Santa Cruz County of some wonderful remains of ancient workmanship. On the mountains, about seven miles from Santa Cruz on a sand hill there are twenty-seven cylinders with their foundations hidden in the earth, and varying from eighteen inches to three feet in diameter. The sand has been dug away from the side of the largest of these cylinders to the depth of twelve feet, but without finding its end. The interior diame ter of the cylinders is from four to fourteen inches. They appear to have been made of layers varying in thickness from half an inch to a foot. The purpose of these shafts or cylinders, the date of their construction, and the nanfes of their builders are entirely un known and are scarcely guessed at. The discovery was first made known to the pub lic generally by a letter in the Chronicle written by Mrs. Farnham, who was one of the first to visit the scene.— Chronicle. Jurisdiction in Insolvency Cases. —The Supreme Court has issued a mandamus to the County Judge of this county, to appear and show cause why he refused to take cog nisance of a case in insolvency where the pe titioner lmd already passed through the Dis trict Court. This colls up the whole ques tion of the insolvent laws, and has created ! quite an excitement among those who have i been discharged under the act, and among their creditors. There appears to be a con flict in the statutes assigning the power of | jurisdiction in these cases to the several courts, one placing it with the District, and another and subsequent one with the Coun ty Court. The great majority of those who have gone through bankruptcy within tin; past twelve months, (and the aggregate of the debts sums up considerably over$6,000,- 000,) took process in the District Courts. Many of them since their discharge have commenced business again, and some have accumulated property. Should the Supreme Court decide that the jurisdiction in these cases properly belonged to the County Courts, there will be a “shaking among the dry bones.” The question at any rate is a very interesting one, and one the decision of which will be anxiously looked for.— Alta. Murder on the Steamer Columbia.—Rob ert Brooks was stabbed, on Friday night, in a number of places, and mortally wounded, by Nicholas Graham, on board the steamer Columbia, anchored in this harbor. Brooks was lying in bed, and was attacked without warning by Graham, who immediately be gan to use his knife. Brooks died on Satur day morning. Graham is in jail.— S. F. Chronicle. N EW AI )VKIiTISI',.M'TS. WATCHES & CHRONOMETERS I ) ('paired and cleaned. by an experienced wovk- S.Y mail, and guaranteed, bv brigus, dev a ro„ 98 Montgomery st. corner California. n2-lm. San Francisco. IMPOftT ATI ON, IMPORTATION. 1> RIGGS. DEV A CO. are prepared to import } every description of floods in their line, on short notice, and as low as any other house in San Francisco. hit IOCS, DEV A CO. 11 2-1 in. 98 Montgomery st., cor. California. MUSICAL BOXES! OF every size and style, with Mandolin A Dell Attachments, and selections of music from •Operas, National Airs, Polkas, Waltzes, etc. For sale by BRIGGS, DEV A CO., ii2-lm. 98 Montgomery st., cor. California. SILVER PLATED WARE. \/‘EUY heavy silver plated Spoons and Forks, plated especially for family use. Also, Fine silver plated and silver mounted waiters and Tea Sets. Just received and for sale l>v BRIGGS, DEV & CO.. n2-lin. 98 Montgomery st., corner California. SILVER SILVER. T7 1 1XE Silver Tea Sets—Fine Silver Breakfast I Sets ; Fine Silver Spoons and Forks ; Fine Sil ver Ditchers and Goblets ; Fine Silver Waiters ; Fine Silver Cups ; Fine Silver Knives ; Fine Sil ver Nut Dicks ; Fine Silver Napkin Rings, etc. BRIGGS, DAY AGO., n2-lm. 98 Montgomery st., corner California. ORDERS, ORDERS, f I TAKEN for any description of WATCHES, and I forwarded to the manufacturers with despatch. BRIGGS, DEV A- CO. n2-lm. 98 Montgomery st., corner California. RAILWAY TIME-KEEPERS. I) AIRWAY TIME-KEEl’ERS —The celebrated Iv Wm. B. Crisp’s 1‘iilent Railway Time-Keep ers, of the largest size, with ltie maker’s certifi cate accompanying. BRIGGS, DEV A CO. n2-ltn." Montgomery st., corner California. JAS, NARDIN PERRET WATCHES A NP DOCKET CHRONOMETERS, of every A style and size, certified by the manufacturer, for sale by BRIGGS, DEY A CO.. n2-lm. 9S Montgomery st., cor. California. EXTRA HEAVY & FINE /TORI) GUARD CHAINS, just received by the VJ Steamer Golden Age, at BRIGGS DEV A Co’s n2Tm. 98 Montgomery, cor. California st. WLES JERGEUSON’S /TENL'INE COPENHAGEN WATCHES, of all VT styles of movement, juM received ai d for sale by * BRIGGS, 1)EV A CO. Also, the above celebrated Watches, suitable for Ladies. To be found at BRIGGS, DEV A CO’S., n2-lni. 98,Moutgomcry st., cor. California. WATCHES, WATCHES, TTY ALL the celebrated English, French Swiss, 13 and Danish Makers, kept constantly on hand, and sold at the lowest possible price, by • BRIGGS, DEY A CO, n2-lm. 98 Montgomery st., eor. California. GOLD HUNTING REPEATER \ \7 ATCHE3, .just arrived, per steamer Goldei VV Age, and ior sale by BRIGGS, DEI A CO n2-lni. 98 Montgomery st., cor. California. INDEPENDENT ANO QUARTER O ECOXI) WATCHES, very superior, just nrriv t - ftt, per steamer Golden Age, a superior arti cle, for sale by BRIGGS, DEY A CO., u2-lm. 98 Montgomery st. cor California. County Warrants. Tbeasi uku’s Okkick, t Trinity County, Feb. 2. ls,-,fi. ) rphe following County Warrants will be redeern .1. ed at I he otfice ot the County Treasurer, on Monday. I'eb. -Ith : Xos. 90, 89,*8, 78. 8.i. 7-f, 91, Bid. n.’i, 109’, 100, 108, 107, 10.7, loti, lot, 103. n2-lin. U- F. LYNN, Treas. Ferry Notice. NOTICE is hereby given, that we sjiall apply to the Boaid of Supervisors, at their next ses sion, for a renewal of their License to keep a Fci ry across Triiity River, at Cox’? Bar. SIMMON. A WARREN. . February 2, 12.9. _ no-lir,. The Board of Supervisors meet the 1st Monday in February, May, August and November. DISTRICT COURT -15ru District. Composed of the Counties of Trinity and Hum boldt. Terms —In the County of Trinity, on the 3d Monday in February. May. August and Novem ber. —in the County of Ilumboldt, the first Mon day in January, April, July and October. COUNTY COURT. Terms —1st Monday in January, March, May, July, September, and November. COURT OF SUSS IONS Terms—1st Monday in February, April, June. August, October and December. PROBATE COURT. Terms.—4th Mondav of each mouth. DAY ISOM IIAIIIUS. MAIN ST. WEAVERVILLE. Dealers in Drugs, Patent Medicines, Sta tionery, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Sugars, &c. BRING now permanently settled in our NEIV, FI It t> PROOF ItlJI!,!)! N< i , and thankful for the very liberal patronage we have received for the past THRUM YUARS. now oiler our old customers and all new ones, a large and well-selected stock of pure DRUGS, and GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES, of which wo are the authorized agents. Also, the largest and most complete assortment of Perfumery, Fancy and Toilet Articles. We would also call their attention to our stock of EB fit «3 j© ® E> EiC-i. «, consisting of Novels, Histories, School-books, tlie prose and Poetical works of the most eminent Au thors, CUTLERY & WRITING MATERIAL of every description. In addition to the above, we have on hand a line assortment of Genuine BRANDIES, WHISKEY, and Foreign Wines. Also, T< >3 L\< '< ’( ) AN I > CIGARS, together with a very large stock of American Playing Cards, all of which will be sold at great ly reduced prices, for the reason that we have set tled here permanently, and can alien'd to sell for less profit than those who are more anxious “ TO MAKE THEIR PILE,” in a short time. Our motto is, Credit w lirn we can (’ash w lieu \\ e cannol. Jan. 20,1850. nl-tf. Sheriff’s Sale. BY virtue of. a decree of forcelosure and an or dor*issued out of the Hon. District Court, of the loth Judicial District in and for Trinity coun ty, and judgment rendered therein, on the 28th day of November. A. D. 18,1,1, in favor of Skill man A Dosh and against Friday & Co. for the sum of Five Thousand eighty-six Dollars and seventy-live cents principal, interest and cost of suit to date, together with the accruing costs for tlie foreclosure of a certain mortgage execu ted by said Fehlcy A Co. and in favor of said Skilliium it Dosh, I will expose for public sale, at the court bouse door in the tow n of Wcavcrville, to the highest bidder on JMcnday, February IS//!, 1850. at 1 o'clock, P. M., to satis’ty the above judgment and accruing costs, the following described prop erty, to wit: The equal undivided one-half of the WATER FLUMES. BRIDGES and appurtenan ces anil privileges thereof, known as the Rush Greek Company's Water Race, and owned by Fehlcy .V Company, situated, lying ami being in the county of Trinity, and State ol California, anil conveys the waters of Rush Creek to the bars and gulches around Woodrufl’sand 'I rinity river, from Lewis & Palmers Bridge, across 1 rinity riv er, to the month of Kush Creek, together with ail the appurtenances and privileges thereunto be longing or in anywise appertaining. This 2:1th day of January, A. D. 18,1(1. ED. NEBLKTT, Sh’ff Sheriff’s Hale. BY virtue of a decree of foreclosure and an order isssueil out of the Hon. District Court, the Fifteenth Judicial District, ill and for Trinity county, on a judgment rendered therein, on the 28th day of November, A. D. 1S.11, in fa vor of Dorval Brown and against II. T . Davis, for the sum of Five Hundred and Sixty-one Dollars and eighty-lire cents, and accruing costs of suit, I will expose to public sale at the comt house door in the town of Wcavcrville, on the 2‘Kli day of December, A. I>. IHo.j, at the hour of 2 o'clock, D. M.. all tin* right, title anil interest and claim ol the said H. f. Davis of. in and to the following described property, (o wit: it being the undivided onc-llfth of a certain SAW-MILL and FLUME of one and a half miles in length, known as the French Creek Mill and Water Company's property, situated on irinily river in said county and conveying water on a lair on said river, known as Taylor's 1 lat, togeth er with all and singular the appurtenances there unto belonging. ED. NEBLETT, Sheriff. Nov. 28th, 1815. , nl ®, „ The above sale is hereby postponed until the ‘"'h * J "“-' “*• *E. NEBLKTT. SIX Wpnverville, Dec, 29th, 1815. ■>_r-Tbe above sale is hereby postponed until THURSDAY, the 7 tb day of lebruary, 1856. ED. NEB LETT , EherifT. Weavervillc Jan. 13ib lc56. WHOLESALE PRICES-CURRENT. COKRECTEtl WEEKLY. Flour. Valiev. Y. 512 00 American Mills Corn Meal 1 12} China Rice 1 It! Carolina, do 13 Barley — China Sugur, No. 1.. y. 13 X. O.. do v 23 Pulverized, do * 24 Crushed, do 25 Manilla, do — Syrup, E. B. do — Coffee V. 30 Ten, Green 75®. 80 Block 00 Salt. 13 Hams, Sugar cured .v.. .., 33 Bacon 33 White Beaus t 13 Chile, do 17 Dried Apples 30 do Benches, in boxes Fresh do. in cans pr. dor../ 312 00 Brandy, French, pr. gal. .* ■!(<.' 5 50 do American.. ,v 2 37 Whiskey /. 2 25 Holland Gin 3 50 Claret y 0 00 Sauterne v 10 00 Champagne, lleidsick 28 00 Port, in eases, choice, . i 15 00 Butter, Choice ■ r 80 Cheese / 40 Codfish 22 Tobacco, Grape . 45 do. Fruit 00 Shovels, L. II., pet»doz./.. . 2C 00 Nails 17 00 Lamp Oil v 2 25 Cnmphenr 2 50 Linseed Oil 3 60 White Lead, pr. lb. 25 Collins’Axes, per. doz. .v 30 00 Glass, per 100 feet, asa 24 00 Pie IT uits, per doz 11 00 Oysters. Piper's v... Hi 00 Clams v 12 00 Lobsters, in cans V 12 00 Yeast Powders, Preston & Merrill’s. .2... 5 50 Wolfe’s ijcheidam Schnapps — Potatoes, Irish V. t> \> euverville Dee. 20. 1855. S|U'<1 ;i! Notices. .’.O'Juncs \isieiican (liolngoguc, for the thorough and permanent euro of Fever and Ague. Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Intermittent and Remittent Fever, Liver complaint, Jaundice, en largement of the Spleen, and all the various forms of Jlilioits Diseases. This .nrnlunhlc medicine is prepared from an extensive practice of several years in a bilious cli mate, and is never known to fail in curing Fever and A gue, or any of the diseases above named. Sold by DAVISON A HARRIS, agents, Wea vervillc. and DARK A WIDTH, general agents. Ran Francisco. nfi dm E i noila ml's German Bitters.— If you are sick, the probability is the root of your sufl'erings is in the stomach. From a weak stom ach proceeds dyspepsia, languor, oppression of the diaphragm, jaundice, hea'laehe, nausea, bodi ly weakness, dimness of sight, heartburn, costive ness, dysentery, and a legion of other tormenting diseases. Indigestion produces thin hlood, and therefore destroys the strength and vigor of the system. To restore the tone of the stomach, unj enable it to throw off and dismiss forever all these tormenting and dangerous complaints, nothing is necessary but a persevering use of lloolluml's German Ritters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia. There is no mistake, no failure in their sanative effect. DARK A WI1ITH, sole agents for the Pacific Coast, Washington street between Sansome and Buttery Ran Francisco; DAVISON & HARRIS, agents, Weaverville. no dm vs- Rtuhvuy’s Ready Belief. Tim very moment this vuluable Medicine is applied, externally or internally, it stops the most aggra vating Pains, cures the most obstinate and acute Diseases, and allays the most violent Irritations. Pain is an unnatural atllietion, and its presence in the human system indicates Disease. I! is unnat ural to fuel pleasure in sutfering its torments, and it is natural for all, who are afflicted with Pain, to desire to be free from its paroxysms, us t|uickly ns possible. Rahway’s Ready Remi t is the most natural Antidote for the removal and extinction of Pais that has ever been introduced, it there is any Pain iu any part of the body, whether in ternal or external, Railway's Ready Relief will instantly free the sull'crcr from its torments. Sold by most of the Druggists throughout the State. PARK & W1IITH, general agents, Wash ington street, between Ransome and Buttery, Ran Francisco; DAYIRON A. HARRIS, agents, Wea verville. no-dm Syphilis, Scrofula, anil l)is- HARHD BLOOD. “Dr. Guysott's Improved lix tract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla’’ is a true specific. Its proprietors have in their possession over one hundred certificates of the most extraor dinary cures effected by it. We can safely say Tuy it. Jt revives the drooping constitution, eradicate all humors from the Blood, and by its tonic properties, restores the invalid to life and vigor. As a spring and summer medicine, it lias no equal. Itssingulurly efficacious action on the Mood, its.“trengtheuiug and vivifying action on the system, stands pre eminent above all other Sarsaparilla*. If you would have the rose brought back to your cheek, a clear, healthy and transpa rent skin, and life and vigor imbued through the system, take Guysott’s Hxtract of Yellow Dock and .Sarsaparilla. It contains more of the pure Honduras Rursnparilla than any other preparation extant, which is chemically combined with the Extract of Yellow Dock and the Extract of Wild (Merry, tints making the remedy more thoroughly efficient than any other Rursnparilla before the public. At tin same time it Is perfectly free IrOin all mineral poisons, which cannot bo said of any other Rursnparilla compounds. Hold by PARK A WHITE, San Francisco; and by DAViRON & HARRIS, Wholesale and Retail Agents, Weaverville. n.V3m MAGNOLIA. Sam on hand attain! rpiIIR OLD AND WELL KNOWN ESTAB- I L1R11MENT was one of the first lobe rebuilt, after the lire, with many improvements for the convenience and comfort ot customers ft is unnecessary to say nnything in reference toils superiority, to those who have honored it with their patronage, except to assure them that it F very much improved in every respect. The pro prietors being ever grateful for the liberality be stowed upon them by their friends, would respect fully say that they will be most happy, at all times, to wait upon them whenever they can make it convenient to call. R. D. KREIDER & GO. Main street, Weaverville. jan5 n21 Notice. THE undersigned will apply to the Board of Supervisors of Trinity County, at their next reg ular meeting, fora license to keep a Jerry aero-s the Trinity river, about one mile above the junc tion of the South Fork with main Trinity, where the trail crosses said river, leading from Hill A McCann’s Rauch to New River, ia said County. HILL & McCANN. feuth Ter!:, Jits. 5, 1 AC n?'s. KX PJ J l^SSIvS. RHODES & WHITNEY'S E Xi E K E S S AND BANKING HOUSE. Main Strict, . . . M oavoivillc. HIGHEST PRU E PUN TOR GOLD DCST. GEXEKAL AXP SPECIAL DECO SITES CECEJ S’ED. Checks at par on SHASTA, SACRAMENTO and SAN FRANCISCO. Siglit Drafts at current rates, in sums to suit, on Metropolitan Rank, New York. Exchange Hank, Boston, Lucas N Sinunnls, St. Louis, We run a reliable Express to to all parti oj California, through Messrs, WINES A CO.: nisi Semi-Montly to nil parts of OREGON, ATI.AN TIC STATICS anil Europe. TUEASt liE SHIPPED with or with out LYSl’R.iXCE, in charge of faithful messen gers- n Rennet’s Express, Weekly, to McGillivrny’s, North Fork, Rig Flat, Cox's Liar, and Manzinitn. n21 JNO. ANDERSON, Agent. F. W. BLAKE & CO.’S k xi'ii i : s s . \ VE run a daily KXl’REStj from Wcaverville * A to Shasta, connecting with WELLS, FAKUO &. FO., To all parts of California, Oregon, tlio Atlantic States and Earopc. LETTERS and SMALL 1‘AC RAGES forward, d Daii.y. OUR TREASURE EXPRESS Leaves Wcaverville every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; and Shasta, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Particular attention paid to the transportation of GOLD DI'ST to the Enited States lirancli Mint, and the various Assay Offices. Cheeks at Par on WELLS, FARGO &CO. WEI.LS, FARGO A CO.’S Exchange for sale on all Hie principal (".ties in the Atlantic Stales. @ ® s in w k* ta » sa <*•».' a ’ llought at the highest market rates. All business entrusted to our care will In ritoMrn.Y and l .uiiini.i v executed. F. W. BLAKE & CO. RA VELEY'S EXPRESS. .M. WilK CONNECTING WITH The Pacific l''>.press <'outpany, To all parts of the Northern and Southern Mines, and to the -Atlantic Stales and Europe WEEKLY. Will mu a regular and reliable Express from WEAVERVILLE TO OREGON OPT,GIT, P E X X ST L V A X I A 15 A R, CANON CITY, or .1 A C K ASS 15 A I! . Collections made, orders received, and paekn ges forwarded with Prom pf iii-hs amt Dispatch. Always on hand, LATEST STATES PAPERS'. Highest price paid for GOLD DUST. attg1> tf S. W. R AVELEV. MASONIC NOTH L. Trinity Loalgc, No. I'. A. II., nOi.D their regular eonimunicutlnns at tliel Hall, in Weaverville, on the lust Mouduy o encli month. P?f Hour of meeting. f> o'eln.'k. P. M. ,1. F. Pl’J'/ER, W. M. John C. IIi ucii, See'y. % 1 TRINITY DIVISION No. 10 Sons of Temperance, Meet at their Hull every FRIDA 'EVENING, at 7i o’clock. Officers for present term II. J. S-aman, W. P. II. W. Win-ton, It. S. E. IJutler, F. S. J. Finley, (J. duo. Hendrick, L ft. J. ('. Rurch. Chap. J. M. E tes, W. A. James linker, A. It. £ 8. N. Wilcox. T. James Matthews, A. Oeger, (). S. C. F. Lynn, P. W. P. Dissolution of Copartnership. f I'M IE Finn of llurr Johnson A lto. is tliiiulin 1 dissolved by mutual consent. All debts llu". or to become due to said Firm have this day been sold and transferred to F. W, Harris, who nlom is nuthorl/.ed to collect and rec. ipt for tin* same; and all persons having dman.l- against -aid linn will present them to said Harris for paymcnl, In having till;, day assumed the payment of the same. FRANCKS W. HARRIS. LIMAN JOHNSON. • HAS. THOMAS. Wcaverville, Jan. 7th, IbiO. n22 -N. II.—All persons indebted to tin* firm of liar ris, Johnson A Go. will make immediate payment to the undersigned. F. W. HARRIS. Jan. 8th, 1H6U. \>U TK1MTY GARDEN STORE. MAIN HTIIEKT, WZAVKKVII.LE. THE proprietors of this establishment would rc- I speetfully announce to their rfu ir friends and the public generally, that they keep constantly hand and for sale all kinds of choice Vegetables, brought fresh from their Ranch on Trinity ltivcr, every day; The also have a complete selection of Groceries and Provisions, including, ■Sl’GAll, COF1EE, RICE, TEA, BETTER, EGGS, CHEESE, and. in fact; every filing in the Grocery, Vegeta ble and Frol i«ion line. Their prices are low, the pri prb tors being determined to do a large bnsi uc.-- at small profits. Friends w ill please give ui a call. MORSE, MAIilK & CO. N I>. \V c have a SAW MILL in operation on our Ranch, and will supply the citizens of Wea vervillc and vicinity with Lumber of a superior quality at very low rates. plr~ Orders for Lumber, left at the' Trinity Garden Store,” will be promptly attended to. Dec. 8, 185o. M„ M. & CO. Xotiri to tlio Public. J OOMIS, llL'SCROFT A CO. have now on .Li baud and for sale; in this market, at the low est cash prices, a large quantity of HAMS and BACON, fresh and choice, cured and prepared at their own Meat Market in Weaverville. They will also sell on foot, fat Beevee, fer cadi only.— MVavermlle, Jia. \ 1?5K $21 I FC HANK I T. II BEDEL!*, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER We3t side of Main street, Weaver, (vrrottiTB I'm: “ iiux-i, - ’) lias for sale a:i Bi.tonsive n--ortiuonl of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHED. PLAIN AND DIAMOND RINGS, WATCH CHAINS, EREASTDINS. BRACELETS, and JEWELRY of.svery description,’ CLOCKS, ktc., AT REASOivAUI.K “RRJtS. I “articular attention given to the repairing of Watches. Specimens neatly set. and all kinds nf Califor nia Jewelry mauutuctiired to order, augll if George >1. Ingicr, BLACKSMITH, Weav&t.yii.i.e. A BLACKSMITIUNG of nil kinds—Horse, YW Mule, and Ox Shoeing doue in the best \jr manner, and on Itensonnhle tri ms for CASH. A large aassorticentof Minors’ Tools, Rockers, Toms, Picks, Shovels, Crow-Burs, Tom stui Roekrr Irons, , Sluicing Forks, And a great variety of llurdwar* kept cor, stuntly on hand and for sale, at his Shop, .situate on Court street, near the Union Hotel, Thankful for past favors, he hopes, by close application to business, to continue to merit that large share of public patronage which has here tofot'e been received. Miners and others wishing anything in his line, will please give him a call. . V-.I. Work warranted, and no tfimutnijtm.’ tin: 11 tf New Vuvnilurr Store. M'tLE.VN & JCNK.VNS announce to the cltl stens of WeuVefviUe and vicinity that Ha y have just opened, on Main street, opposite the Theater, a new FURNITURE STORE AND CARPENTER SHOP, and solicit a share of patronage. Having a pi ne tieal and thorough knowledge of both branches of our business, we are confident of giving entire satisfaction. Our stock of Furniture embraces BUREAUS. TABLES, BEDSTEADS. SOFA?'. pt S ETT FIS. EOF NO F.3. VJL. ROCKING CHAIRS, STOOLS. T> LOOKING GLASSES, CHAIRS, CENTRE TABLES, MATTRASSES, PILLOWS WASH STANDS. ETC.. ETC. rfr Furniture neatly and promptly repaired. August 11, iM.m. nltf W. W. TINNIN cV ro., West Side of Main Street, (IIKTWKI2X Tut: AISTIN AM» THE MINKlts’ HOTEL.) 1 W«*u\ert illc, Cnl, UJE are now receiving and will keep always on baud a general assortment of TIN, COl’I’ER, SHEET IRON, BRASS, AND HOLLOW-WARE; BOX, BARROOM, COOKING AND I’AltLOR Wa* r ■ " «I » tA sa G ftomin AI.SO a large stock of HARDWARE of the llcnt <JtiinI i( y, consisting of i I EES. DRAW-KNIVES, BETCtl EU •• PEI.IN, .S(,H \ I! E.s, < H AIN'S. < BOSS i I T SAWS, Will D HAND BECK A X ES, Ac, iVc.. ami vuriott other aril SHOVELS, NAILS, SLEDGES, AEGEUS, (TIISKES, DEANES. GRINDSTONE'', LOCKS, HITTS. SCREWS. LATCHES, HATCHETS Of ( very kind and size, cles. that cut, hold wait r of make lodes, too tin morons to mention. All of which "ill lie sold oil iio .trnsr ft/: i.w.v mu-: TFitW. •'■'Job Work of every kind done at the shortest notice. '"S'* atigi’oir. m;r tin, sron;. i\» imumuu; n © n«: a o» S. MARKEWITZ &. BRO., (n.in tutu's m w iiuii k iiiii.iun'o iictwkks him k i n's am> Oavisos b iiAHitiu* mint rota:.) t | A V E received mid itRvttys keep on hand u gen- I I oral assortment of COOKING, FANCY, DAULOR aVD BAR ROOM STOVES; TIN. CODDER, ZINC, AND SHEET-IRON Hardware, And all kinds of Mining Tools. Metal Routing anil Itrpaii ing, and all kinds of .101! W’OUK executed with to t to ss and dispatch. Wenverville, Oct. 13, 18AA, n!J mm i CARPENTERS AND JOINERS, I > KSDEOTI- ELLY inform thecitizi it ' of Wen l\ verville and vicinity, that (hey tire always prepared to execute all oiM> fs in (heir line of business. They tender 1 Hour sincere thanks In their many friends ami patron* for pa t linors, iiiof“loipe, by punctuality, to merit a cdiitiuuuncc of tlo* same. W A VV. have in cdnheetioh Willi Hn'ir.. Jtyl, I*,', j ( upeliter and Joiner H cslablislicut, u 'V* • *‘d3 Wagon Shop, where all wort appertaining to that branch of business will pii et with prompt attention. All. work dune with dispatch. Give them a cull, and see for vnftrselvcx. ::*Su All kinds of Cabinet Furniture, such as Chairs. I’e iN' inK Table , Safas, Bureaus, Ac. Ac.' made oil short notice. . Shop on court ..tn.i t, one door above tlo* l*. S. BuDcry. nl tf I). SI.HFSG mahiim:. M. EDEU Ac CO. wotild respectfully nn tmuncii Mi (lie citizens of Trinity County that they have purchased a splendid Sewing .Machine, of the mcAl a; prot'ed patent', which is now in (Inc working order. This machine is litted for sewing Leather an all kinds of Cloth. We are now prepared to till all orders at the shortest notice, for sewing HOSE. HOUSE FIN ING, CAR BETS, LEATHER or DUCK BAGS, TENTS, AWNINGS, Ac.. Ac. On account of the facility and speed, with which jobs of this kind can be dispatched with this machine, we cm do them at mtich lower pri ces than it is possible to get tlient done any other way. N. B,—Orders to be left at D. M. EderA Co.’s fire proof store, Main st., Wcavcrvillc. October 13tb, 1853.-n!) Notice. A LL PERSON'S indebted to STEWART A DUSKY, Hay Fork, me requested to call and settle immediately, and thereby save costs. STEWART A: DUSKY. January 2tHb, I8A6. nl-tf Dissolution ot Partnership. r I'M[[’ oarturrshin heretofore existing between 1 SOLOMON, ISAACS & CO. has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will bo carried ou boreal ter by A. <fc S. Coiocioa. -‘'tarervilie, Oct. 19.1?f5.