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Martyrs.— A correspondent—“ Quiz don t
much believe that fat offices go a-begging for in
cumbents. He writes us :
Oh. don't you see them rushing,
Ballots in each hand.
Each other almost crushing—
The jmtriotic (?) band ?
Offices pursue them.
Whichever wav tin y turn —
Offices are due them.
Though offices they spurn !
Last night I saw (hem running.
Th° offices to fh’e ;
But spite of all their cunning.
They could not struggle free 1
Each hero turns a martyr,
And at llie last submits.
And catches oft ' a tartar.’
That licks him iuto * tits.’
Goldin Era.
Mimic Like. —Mrs. Mowatt calls flic life
of the actor, ‘mimic life,’ and we think the
term very appropriate. But in our opinion
there is a great deal of ‘mimic life’ beside
the actor’s experience, and beyond the glare
of foot-lights.
There was a time when, looking at every
thing through the rosy dreams of youth, we
thought we could implicitly trust appear
ances; but the sober reason of riper Mar
lias convinced us that we were in an error
there, and tempted us to believe, as Shaks
peare-says, that
“All the world's a stage.
And all the men and women merely players:
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one mun in his time avts mtin;/parts."
When we know that a rich merchant turns
a deaf ear to the wail of the starving; sends
forth the poor tenant who cannot pay the
high rent he demands, to wauder through
the cold and snowy streets with her helpless
little ones; ‘beats down’ the humble laborer
who works for him, and cheats his custom
ers as often as possible, while his name heads
every popular subscription list, and his gold
Hashes brightly in the contribution box on
Sundays, when it can lie ‘seen of men,’ we
say, ‘certainly this is mimic life.’
When we meet a woman, who wears u ra
diant smile, and appeals to be the gayest of
the gay, to hide the grief which makes her
existence a burden, which she would gladly
lay down in the grave —we think that is
‘mimic life.’
When we hear expressions of interest and
protestations of friendship from those, who,
we feel assured, have not the sliglit'.-t re
gard for us, and would rejoice over any mis
fortune which might befal us, we say, ‘there
is another phase of mimic life.’
When we find a family denying themselves
of actual comforts that they may keep up
the appearance of wealth, flaunting along
the streets in silk and velvet, while they are
looking forward to a coarse and scanty din
ner, we think that's 'mimic life’ indeed.
Thus we might go on enumerating, but
we will not ; we confess we are heartily tired
of it, and we hope that the time may soon
come when we shall see less of this ‘mimic
life.’

Ax Editor's 1 alediotoky.— Editors are
strange people. One of the frutcruity out
West, who appears to have become disgus
ted with the profession, assigns the follow
ing reason for vacating his chair:
“The undersigned retires from the edito
rial chair with the complete conviction that
ail is vanity. From the hour he started his
paper to the present time, lie has been so
licited to lie upon every given subject, and
can’t remember having told a wholesome
t ruth without diminishing liis subscription
list, or making an enemy. Under these cir
cumstances of trial. ami having a thorough
contempt for himself, he retires in order to
recruit his moral constitution.”
_
Israki. S. Diehl.— This great apostle in
the cause of t mperance is fast recovering
from the effects of the sad calamity that be
fel him at the explosion of the steamer Belle.
We are informed that he will be able to
meet the wishes of his many friends by vis
iting the .National Division, to assemble in
Kentucky some time in June next.— Flute
Tnbutw.
A modest young gentleman at a dinner
party put the following conundrum:
‘Why ate most people who eat tnrkieslike
babies’’
No reply. The modest man blushed and
would have backed out, but finally gave the
reason:
‘Because they are fond of the breast.’
Two middle-aged ladies fainted; the re
mains of the young man were carried out by
the coroner, and three married ladies clap
ped tlieir handkerchiefs to their mouths in
convulsions—toothache, of course.
Sentimentalism. — Mrs Swisshclm, in no
ticing the publication of a new love story,
says: ‘All that stuff about woman’s love lias
been said over and over again a hundred
thousand times, to the great detriment of
the best interests of humanity There is no
kind of necessity for using the press to per
suade silly girls that it is very romantic and
womanly to love a scoundrel—to leave her
affections unguarded by reason and experi
ence, and drift helplessly into sin, shame and
despair, us an evidence of unsuspecting wo
manhood.
‘ It is not true that woman’s affections are
any stronger or more durable tliuu man’s.
We think the opposite is the ease, and that
two-thirds of all the women who pine away
or die of love, do so for the want of some
thing better to do. Everything calculated
to make lovesiekness a feminine acquirement
is a great injury, but to strew the path ot
the suicide with the (lowers of poesy and ro
in a nee, is in a high degree reprehensible.
‘ The best motto to guide young girls
through the mazes of love is, ‘Do right, and
trust in God.’ A young girl who lias done
no wrong lias little cause to mourn over the
fickleness of a pretended lover. Better lie
should change his mind before than after
marriage.’
This is the best piece of common sense we
have ever heard uttered on the subject.
Some; Potatoes. — We are credibly inform
ed that a gentleman at Moore’s Flat, Ne
vada county, realized last year, from sixty
acres of potatoes, $25,000. Let some of our
city residents who are anxious to find some
thing to do take the hint.— Water Fount.
Last vioau ltid men were hung in the
I'uitcd State.-; for murder.
t
:\ I I s( KTJ> A N KOI
I
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
MAIN ST. - - - WEAVERVILLE
S. S. HOVEY. Proprietor,
announce to his friends and
V V the public generally, that this well- I
known establishment, recently destroyed JjJl
by tire, has been rebuilt upon u new and improved
plan, and is now open. Accommodations superi
or to any heretofore known in this place, and e
(|ual to any north of Sacramento, he is confident
he can furnish, on terms reasonable and satisfac
tory to those who are hardest to please.
llis TAULE will be supplied a all times with
the best the market affords, and CLEAN BEDS,
ami rooms fitted up in the most convenient and
attractive style, are always ready for those who
may favor him with their patronage.
With every confidence in his capacity to satisfy
all reasonable demands, he again solicits from
the public a continuance of their former support.
S. S. HOVEY.
Weaver, Feb. 23. 1856. 5-tf.
INDEPENDENCE HOTEL.
MAIN ST., WEAVERVILLE.
BATCHELOR &. DA VIS, Proprietors.
... -Mfe. 1 ■■ -
rpms m:\v a mi
I first class Hotel, unsurpassed in its |niB9
appointments l>v any house in Northern ,i
California, is now before the public for a share of
patronage. Furnished with every requisite lor
the comfort and eoiivetiieuce oi guests—entirely
new throughout it eti*■ i> superior inducements
to both permanent boarders nud transient visitors.
Among the advantages presented by this House
are—
1st. A Talile furnished in the best style, under
the supervision of au experienced caterer.
hi. Large, w ell ventilated sleeping apartments
fitted w ith Ch au beds, and kept in perfect order.
3rd. Elegantly furnished apartments and par
lor EXCLUSIVELY FOR LADIES.
The whole establishment is utidor the immedi
ate management ol MRS. DAVIS, a lady whose
experience in this business ensures satisfaction to
a V l.
J. A. BATCHELOR.
I. DAVIS.
Wcavcrville, Feb. 9th. 1856. n3-tf
DAVISOiU- IIAIU1IS.
MAIN ST. WEAVERVILLE.
II
Dealers in Drugs, Patent Medicines, Sta
tionery, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco,
Sugars, &c.
BEING now permanently settled in our NEW,
FIRE -PR i )OF Hl ILDIX.,
and thankful for the very liberal patronage we
have received for the past THREE YEARS, now
offer our old customers and all new ones, a large
and well-selected stock of pure DRUGS, and
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,
of which we arc the authorized agents. Also,
the largest and most complete assortment of
Peilnnit rj, Fancy and Toilet Articles.
We would also call their at tention to our stock of
1356 «e « m U-f_
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 fine assort lit of Geminis
BRANDIES, WHISKEY,
and Foreign Witics. Also,
Tt)BA( C< ) AND C IGAKS,
together with a very large stock of American
Flaying Curds, all of w hich w ill lie sold at great
ly reduced prices, for the reason that wo have set
tled here permanently, and can afford to sell fur
less profit than those who are more anxious
“TO MAKE THEIR PILE,”
in a short time. Our motto is,
Frnlil wlit ii wc can {a>Si wlieu we cannot.
Jan. 26,1856. nl-tf.
VARIETY STORE.
->€*»» Fire-Proof Jirich JJiiilding,
A1AJ.V M\ - WE A YEH YJLLE,
( A'ijoinin:t the Jmhtundcnci Hotel,)
A. CANTORQ1VITZ £r CO.
VIIOLESALB AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
DRV-Gt tODrt,
CLOTHING.
BOOTS & SHOES,
SADDLERY.
CUTLERY, Ac. Ac.
TTAVING had experience in Merchandising, es
! ». pecially in this town, for nearly three years
we assure the public that our new stock of Goods
jus 1 received is the choicest and best in this mar
ket, being selected with reference to the wants of
this community.
We cheerfully invite the Ladies and Gentlemen
of Wcavcrville and vicinity to cull and examine
our stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
as we can assure them that they will find our goods
suitid to their taste and necessities, uad at very
LOW PRICES.
One of our firm w ill leave soon for the Atlantic
States, to purchase goods for this market, and to
supply a brunch house at the city of San Francis
co. A. CAN TORO W IT a & t b.
Weaver, March 8, 1656. 7-tf,
JAMES S. McCAIN & Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX
Dry-Goods, Provisions, and Groceries.
MAIN STREET, - - WEAVERVILLE.
T I AN E just received a full assortment of Cloth-
J I lug. Dry-Goods, Provisions, Groceries,
AA.GSNir.IA'A’,
qU J-:. \ S IF. irk.
Jl.UlL) WA11K,
CLTUiKY,
OU. -V ' AMrilKjYE /..‘IMPS,
Ac. all of which is offered at very low rates.
\\ e have also in suet essful operation, an A, No.
J, ,VA II AN (1 1/ U 7//.N A’, and nre prepared to fur
nish Hose, Lining, etc. at fair rates.
J. S. McCAIN & Co.
Weaver, Feb. 23, 1656. 5-tf.
I K UM II DAIvCUY
AND RESTAURANT.
jMii. victor
UJ 01'ED announce to his friends and the nfsr
public generally, that his Restaurant
t'ttti Bakery is now open on Main street, next JKS
door to the Journal Uffirr. where he solicits a
t-haiv of their patronage. Meals at ALL Horns—
LunWier. Cotiee, and Oakes of every description.
.!■>: Suppers at ult hours qf the night. Orders
promptly attended to.
Weaver, -Match 1, 1«50. 4-tf
BARTLETT,
attorney at law,
I | AN iNG worked six years i„ the mines of C(
iiniv » : uiid tlo, i' y,,n- , imt . in Tri ,
ty county, enough to approve of the locution In
d,elded to invest alt hit nil, n w« in and wilh’tlj
county, and will hereafter devote £1“ Efforts
his profession trusting that by cure and dilieem
he may secure the confidence- and altar.- the hit-
Ut:ss ol those Iinjoitunateiy -tin shed in the law
Room at tin- Independence.
Wcavcrville, Feb. 7th, 1856. n;j-U
EX l RA HEAV V & FINE
G* OLD Gl AJ(D CliAlNiS, just received by I
r.-tlearner Golden Age,at BRIGGS, DEV A C.
112-lm. 98 Montgomery, cor. California st.
I>] J; EX I < > IJ Y.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Executive Depart meat.
Officers. Offices.
J. Neely Johnson - Governor.
R. M. Anderson Lieut. Governor.
David F. I)ovolas-», ... Secretary or State.
Henry Bates Treasurer ot State.
Geo. \V. Whitman,. .. .Comptroller of State.
\V. S. Wallace, Attorney General.
John II. Brewster,. Surveyor General.
James Ali en State Printer.
E. Wilson )
F. S. McKenzie, State 1’risou Directors.
Alex. Bell, ■ J
.! udic-iary.
JfSTK'ES OE SIT-HEME CO0KT.
Hugh C. Mi bk ay Chief Justice.
Solomon Ueyilenfelt—V.-soeiaW Justice.
Clias. II. Bryan
district jcdoes.
Districts— 1st Benjamin Hays.
“ 2d Joaquin Carillo.
“ aJ Craven 1’. Hester.
“ 4th. .. .J. W. Ha gar,
5 th. .
Cth. .
7th. .
8th. .
9th.
10th.
11th.
12th.
loth.
14th.
loth.
Charles H. Crcancr.
A. G. Munson.
. E. W. McKiustry.
. J. M. Peters.
. . Win. J’. Buingerliold.
. . Wm. S. Barbour.
. J. M. Howell.
. .Edward Norton.
.J. S. Pit/.er.
Trinity Co. Official Dirictory.
County Judge K. T. Miller.
County Clerk II. J. Seaman.
Deputy Co. Clerk, Robert G. Stuart
District Attorney 11..I. Howe.
Sheriff Edward Neblett.
Coroner A. Shepard.
Treasurer C. F. Lynn.
Assessor 1). W. Potter.
Surveyor H. L. Wheeler.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
District No. 1 A Munroc.
“ “ 2 M. Ruch.
“ 3 S. Bailey.
The Board of Supervisors meet the 1st Monday
in February. May, August and November.
DISTRICT COURT—lorn 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 Humboldt, the tirst Mon
day in January, April, July and October.
COUNTY COURT.
Terms—1st Monday in January, March, May,
July, September, and November.
COURT OF SESSIONS
Terms - 1st Monday in February, April, June,
August, October and December.
PROBATE COURT.
Terms. —4th Monday of each month.
Mountain Market.
On Court St. at the head of Main.
This Market is constantly sup-
plied with every tiling in this
T.-jp- pdc .
.ta-vU .-ailtne of business, such us JJEl-11-
PORK. CORN 111) BEEF. PICK LED PORK. SAU
SAGE. SMOKED AND FRESH, TRIPE, HEAD
CHEESE, BLOOD BIDDINGS, LIVER WORST,
Ac. Corned beef ami pickled Pork, always on
band and for sale in KEGS, and in quantity or
quality our assortment of
HACO N ANI) J r A M S ,
cjnnot be surpassed. They are cured by us for
this rnurlA. and arc warranted to he sweet and
good. Those wi. ''ing anything in our line will do
well to give ns a cul! boTCf purchasing elsewhere.
We have always on hand go."! AMEllIt'AA
BE EE CATTLE, which we otter lbr sale P.t the
market price, for cash oiilv.
LOOMIS, HUSCROFT A Co.
Weaver, Feb. lti, 1856. 4-tf.
Dissolution of ( opaitiicrslti|».
MJl-i Firm of Harris. Johnson A Co. is this day
or to become due to said Firm have this day been
sold and transferred to F. W, Harris, who alone
is authorized to collect and receipt for the same;
and all pel-sons having demands against said firm
will present them to said Harris for payment, he
hal ing this day assumed the pnvmcnt of the sumo.
FRANCIS W\ HARRIS.
1,1 MAN JOHNSON.
( HAS. THOMAS.
Weuverville, Jau. 7th, 1856. n22
N. B.—All persons indebted to the Arm of Har
ris, Johnson A Co. will make immediate payment
to the undersigned. F. W. HARRIS.
Jan. 8th, 1856. n22
TRINITY CARDEN STORE.
MAIN STREET, WEAVEUYILI.E.
rnjIE proprietors of this establishment would re-
I spectiully announce to their their friends and
the public generally, that they keep constantly
hand unit for sale all kinds of choice Vegetables,
brought fre h f nun their Ranch on Trinity River,
every day; The also have a complete selection of
Groceries and Provisions, including,
SUGAR. COFFEE, RICE, TEA,
BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE,
and, in fact! every thing in the Grocery, Vegeta
ble and Provision line. Their prices are low, the
proprietors being determined to do a large lm.- i
ness at small prolits. Friends w ill please giva us
a call. MORSE, MARIE A Co.
N. B.—We have a SAW' MILL in operation on
our Ranch, and will supply the citizens of Weu
vervillo and vicinity with Lumber of a superior
quality at very low rates.
//■'s0 Orders for Lumber, left at the “Trinity
Garden Store,will be promptly attended to.
Dec. 8. 1855. M.. M. A CO.
1
11 ujitltokil Nlmving Saloon,
AND BATH ROOMS,
Main Street, Weuverville.
MIL UNDERSIGNED announces that his Es
tablishment, so long known to the public, has
recently undergone thorough repairs and altera
tions, ami been lilted up in a style of elegance un
surpassed by any similar bouse in Northern Cali
fornia. It has been his aim to make it an agree
able and delightful resort for gentlemen desirous
of undergoing ton.-orial operations, or to employ
water as a detergent agent.
His arrangements for Bathing are hard to beat.
The proprietor scarcely deems it necessary to say
much in reference toils superiority, to those who
have already honored him w ith their patronage,
except to assure them that it is very much im
proved in every respect.
No pains will he spaaed to make his Saloon a
pleasant place of resort.
ISAAC DIXON.
Weuverville, Nov. 17, 1855. ult-tf
.1. W. SI L LI VAN’S
Great Pacific Emporium,
• NT) GENERAL AGENCY OF
I* e r i o <1 i <• a I L i t e r a 1 11 r c ,
and sole agent for the
“CALIFORNIA TRUE DELTA,”
Post Office Buildings, corner Clay and Kearny
streets, Sun Francisco.
ffMIE Proprietor has, alter long and arduous
J labor, and serious expense, succeeded iu or
ganizing arrangements with Steamers, Liners,
Expresses, Agencies, and Mails, in different coun
ties, far and near, by which he is enabled to sup
ply a greater variety and amount of the best
NEWSPAPERS,
MAGAZINES,
ANI) REVIEWS,
than any- other establishment on the Pacific.
Agents and Dealers
Are respectfully inlormed that ow ing to the am
ple resources of the establishment, and the strict
economy of iis nmnagemout, the Proprietor is at
all limes happy ami ready to execute their com
mands at the LOWEST PRICES.
MIX'! I.'
AL.
T. I1EEOELS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER
West side of Main street, Weaver,
(OPPOSITE THE “ DIANA,*’)
lias for sale an extensive assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
FLA IN AND DIAMOND KINGS,
WATCII CHAINS.
BREASTPINS. BRACELETS.and
JKWELKV of c\ cry description.
CLOCKS, etc.,
AT nKASOXATO.K TERMS.
Purticular ulteutiun given to the repairing of
Watches.
Sjiccimens neatly set. and all kinds of Califor
nia Jewelry manufactured to order, uugl 1 if
H 1 11
Competition the Life of Trade.
I * ’ ij take thismetlioil of informing our friends
V V and the public that we are now prepared to
deliver the first quality of House Linings sewed,
at 15 tin. per yard. Parties purchasing domestics
at our establishment, can have the same sewed
flPATIS. Mr. LOItYEA, the most experienced
operator in California, is at all times ready to de
liver three hundred yards sewing at one hour's
notice. We intend to do what we represent.
To parties who have sewing to be done, we would
say, call at our establishment, and have it sewed
as above.
N. II.—Grain Bags, Flour Bags and Hose will
be sold at the cost of material, with no charge for
sewing. D. M. EllLU <V, Co.
Weaver, Feb. l(i, 185G. 4-tf,
WI3» A WillliUfnj,
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS,
I) ESFECTEULLY inform the citizens of Wca-
I Y verviilo and vicinity, that they arc always
prepared to execute all orders in their line of
business. They tender their sincere thanks to
their many friends and patrons for past fav ors
and hope, by punctuality, to merit a continuant'
of the same.
AV & \V. have in connection with their, g if.
Capcuter and Joiner’s establislient, a Z2.
Wagon Shop,
where all work appertaining to that branch of
business will meet with prompt attention. All
work done with dispatch. Give them a call, and
see for yourselves.
All kinds of Cabinet Furniture, such as
Chairs, Bedsteads, Tables, Safas, Bureuas, Ac.&c
made on short notice.
Shop on Court street, one door above the U. S
Bakery. nl-tf
f .a/o
BLACKSMI THING.
/ Li ItR & FROST would respect liilly in
V > form the puiilie that they can always lie found
at their old stand on Alain street, directly oppo
site the Independence Hotel, where they are al
ways prepared to execute every description ol
W oi k in their line of business, with promptness,
and in the most skii.t.i i i. manner.
HORSE, MULE, AND OX SHOEING,
done at the shortest notice. They have also on
hand a large and well-selected assortment of
MINING TOOLS,
which they will sell at reasonable rates.
Thankful to the public for their past patronage,
they would respectfully solicit a continuance of
their favors.
Weaver, Feb. 23, 1850. 5.
GREENHOOD & NEWBAUER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Segars and Tobacco.
None but the choicest article offered in this
market.
Main street, (brtvv ecu the St. Charles
and Independence Hotels.) Wean rville.
HIGHEST l’KICE RAID FOR
nug 11 tf
GOLD DUST.
Notice.
STATE OF Ca T. 1 i HUN IA, Oocxty of Thixity,
S. S.—Personally Caf'ie idfoie me. the under
signed Clerk of the District iI'-.uit, in and lor the
County of Trinity, and State of Caiil'orn'T. Marie
Rabi-ll Josejih. and who being first duty svv.'.'Ti,
declared before me, that she intends carrying o.' 1
business in her own name and on her own uccuuut,
at Deadwood, in said County.
'1 lie nature of the business to be carried on by
her, is that of keeping a Trading-Host, at Dead
ly ood, lor tlie purpose of selling Liquor, Dry-
Goods, Groceries and Provisions at retail.
MARIA HABELL JUSKFII.
Subscribed and sworn to hi fore me. Clerk of the
15th Judicial District Court,in and for County and
State above mentioned.
in testimony whereof, I have this,
—— 11 tli day of March, 1856, set my
j u ( lmml with seal of said List. Court
I f attached. II. .1. SEAMAN. C1U.
~ B. G. STUART, Deputy.
March 15, 1856. b-Jvv.
Sheriff's Sale.
|H virtue of an Execution to me directed, issu
1 ) ed out of the Hon. District Court of the Eif
trontIi Judicial District, on a judgment rendered
tin-rein, on the 28tli day of February, A. D. 1856
in favor of George Malloy, and against Jackson
* as>- II and W illiam Magee, for the sum of seven
hundred and seventy-live dollars, principal, am:
ninety-three dollars interest, and one hundred am
filly dollars and twenty cents, costs of suit, a
mounting in all to one thousand and twenty-five
dollai. md twenty-live cents, ($1025 25) and in
tcrest at ten percent per annum, from date u:
judgment, 1 have levied on ami seized one undivi
ded one-eighth of the Hush Creek Water and Min
ing Co's, ditch, flume and water privilege, takei
us the property of said Jackson Cassell, and one
undivided one-sixteenth of the same property, la
ken as the property of said William Magee, am
will expose to public sale, at the Court Housf
door in the town of WeaverviUe, on Sat la id a y
tlie alay of Maia'li, IM.'Hi, at 1 o'
clock, p. m. of said day. all the right, I itie am
interest, aforesaid, of said Cassell and Magee, in
and to the water-race, flumes, fyc, of said Rush
('reck Water and Mining Co. situate in Trinity Co,
to satisfy said judgment, costs, interest and accru
ing costs. Dated March 7th. 1856.
K. NKBEKTT, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Sale.
r) Y virtue of a decree of foreclosure and ord
) of sale, issin d out of the Hon. Dislrii l Com
of the 15th Judicial District, in and for Trini
Co. and judgment rendered therein, on the 2s
day of Feb. A. J). 1856, in favor of F. W. Jliak
and against Jerome Beardsley Jo, flu .-urn of ei"
hundred and ninety-five and 10-100 (805 Hi) <n
lars. principal, interest, and costs of suit to dal
together with the accruing costs lor the forcelu
me of a certain Mortgage, cxcciib d by said Jr
ome Beardsley, and in favor of F. \Y. Blake,
will expose to public sale at the Court Horn
door, in the town ol WeaverviUe, to the high,
and best bidder, for cash, on SAT I |{ 1) \ S
Alan ia *2Df la, 1850, between the hours of
o'clock, A. M. and -1 o'clock. J*. M. to satisfy il
above judgment, the following described prop,
ty, to. wit : The Bauch on Brown's crcck, know
as the Bugbee Bnncli, situated about 3 miles ca
of WeaverviUe, in said county, bounded as J,,
lows : Commencing at a small oak tree on tl
bank of said creek, running thence easterly l
rods, to a small oak tree on the southern side i
the hill, thence northerly 120 rods loan oak tn
on the side of the hill, thence north of west i
rods to a large oak tree on the west sid" of sai
creek, thence down said creek to the place of l>-
ginning, together with all and singular, the tern
meats, lieriditumciits and appurtenances in an
wise tliereuuto belonging. This 25th day of ]- , ,
A. D. 1856. E. NE11LETT. Sheriff.
ORDERS, ORDERS,
r p.YKJiN for any description of WA fCHES.ui
i forwarded to the manufacturers with d span-
BRIGGS, DEI A CO.
ii'Mm. 98 Montgomery tt. corner Calit'orni
BAN FRA NTCISCO
JONES, TOBIN & CO.,
Importers ami Jobbers,
COBNEll Vi-' SAXSOMK AM) SACRAMENTO STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO,
VI i FI now prepared to offer to the trade a large
uml well assorted stock of desirable
Fall and Winter Goods,
received per recent arrivals, comprising:
Bonnet Ribbons.
Black ami color* d Velvet Bihbons,
White and Black Silk Blonde Faces,
Artificial Flowers, Feathers and Flumes,
Jaconet and Swiss Insertions and Edgings,
Ladies' Krnb'd Collars Sleeve s 4 <'h< misetts,
Thread Edgings and Luces; English Bl'k Crape,
And a general variety of the latest and most ap
proved styles of Milleuery Goods, Laces and Em
broideries.
ASk. El
Rogers', Wostenbolin’s and Barnes & Son's
Rocket Knives. Scissors. Razors and Straps,
Buttons, of every description. Thread,
Needles, J’ius, Tapes and Bindings,
Combs and Brushes of all kinds,
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery,
Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Gloves and Ildk Is,
Zephyr Worsted Trimmings and Braids.
India Rubber Balls, assorted Toys and Babies,
Wax and assorted China Dolls,
Game Bags, Shot Belts and Pouches.
Porte Monnais. Env< lopes and Letter Paper,
Lead Pencils, Steel Pens, and Ink.
ALSO —An extensive anil choice assortment
of Perfumery, Yankee and German Notions, Ac.,
Ac., all of which will be sold at the lowest rates
for cash.
j. v New Goods received from New York by
every steamer. o'JO 11IO
GEO. DEITZ & CO.,
Caniphciie liaiiiilactuicjs.
I MOKTERS AND BEAT,E1FS IN
1 BURNING FFUII),
TURPENTINE.
t'a Pr. Ct. ALCOHOL,
BLEACHED POLAR OIL,
,SPERM OIL.
LARI) OIL,
Also -On hand a good assortment of CAM
PHENE, HI ItM.NG FLUID, and OIL LAMPS,
GLOBES, CHIMNEYS and WICKS.
Great care taken in putting up packages to
ship to any part of the country or mines; and all
goods delivered to steamboats free of charge.
1 32 Washington Street,
Opposite Washington Market,
SAN FRANCISCO.
JOHN TAYLOR,
r.J*2 Washington Street,
(BETWEEN' MOXTGOMKKV AM) SAXSOMK.)
Importer ancl Dealer in
Druggists’ Chemical and foiirwtionciV
<; LABSWAI { K.
Hei liimei y ill all its tarieties..
Druggists' and Liquor Labels.
a 1. so
SODA WATER BOTTLES. CORKS & TWINE
N. B.— J. T. is in constant receipt of the above
articles direct from the manufactories in the enst
| ern States and Europe, and is prepared to fur
nish his customers in quantities to suit, and at the
lowest market rates. n7
B. C. U T. L. KORN,
(in porters of lluvuna Cigars,
And Agruls of Virginia Ilanulacturcfl
'•s-'eaEK tia zcsl zc ib*,
No. 93 I-’hont Stueet, Cok.nkk of Meuciiaxt,
SAN FRANCISCO.
D.S.LORD & CO.,
IMPOIITEJIS OF
MASK ROOKS, STATIONARY,
PRINTING MATERIAL & PAPERS,
OF EVKUV HEdCTtlPTIOX.- ALSO AUKXTS FOR
WHITE & CO.’S TYPE FOUNDRY,
NO. 132 SAXSOMK STREET,
f3an Francisco.
I). S. Lord, San Francisco.
G. A. Mention,
G. A. Van Bokkklkx, New Yuri:.
IT. E.—H. Hoe & Co.’s liuggles’ Presses
for Sole.
Ready Mad? Glothing- Warehouse.
WILLIAM G. 3^DGER,
No. U9, Batterv stueet, Nan Francisco.
IMPORTER OF READY MADE CI.Of'HNG
1 and Furnishing Goods. Also, every vai'jeiv
of ilats, Boots and Brogans. 1 would invite coun
try merchant- visiting San Frunc’sco, to call and
examine my large stuck of Clothing, Ac.
i have on lmnd 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 iu ndkei) thoi sand doli.ahs.
The goods are manufactured under my own su
pervision; are made from the best material, and
in the most durable manner. Persons buying my
clothing, will lilid large and saleable sizes.
P, Isons may rely upon linding every article
they w ish in my stock. My prices will boas low.
if not lower, than they cun lie found elsewhere
in the market. 1 guarantee each article J sell.
Please call and examine my stock. nl9-iiin
LMXE VIRGINIA TOBACCO- El .Sacramento
.1 brand dark, peach flavored,
El Sacramento brand -dry, light colored.
Mayflower brand 12 plugs to the pound.
Tlie above brands of Jones & Hudson’s celebra
ted manufacture’ in lots to suit, for sale by
SAM'L. If. PRICHARD,
Agent for the Manufacturers.
r rUE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY offers
-1. his services to the merchants in the interior as
a ( oiiimis.-ion Buyer of Goods in Ran Francisco
having been engaged in that business for nearly
three years past, with three years experience in the
interior. He hopes in give satisfaction to such as
may employ him in that capacity, * < )rders for any
description of merchandise filled and forwarded
promptly. EAM’L. II. PRICHARD,
I p .-lairs, cur. Battery uml Sacramento stg
dec.2U-n.20. San Francisco.
is. s*. pishmrs
ADVERTISING AGENCY,
KXl’ItK
IRON niTI.MMI, OPPOSITE THE PACIFIC
OFFICE, (OP STAIRS.)
I , i 1 *' ! is 0,,> A {font for Hip id I
I J. lowing Newspapers, published in Culifo
ilia, Oregon, uml the Sandwich islands:
Sacramento 1 nion; San Joaquin Kepublica
Stockton; Marysville Herald: Nevada Jouriin
Uolmahitt Ga/.etle; Grass Valley Telegrapl
si,asm Courier; Empire Argus, Goloma: Mom
lam Democrat, Piucerville; Amador Sentine
Jackson; Yrekn I'nion; Weaverville Dcmocra
1 etaliuua Journal; San Jose Telegraph- ( ulifu
nia Farmer. Hucruiiicnlo City: Southern Culifo
mail, Los Angel, .-: ,-,m Di, .,„ Herald; Oreg.
iiiaiL 1 ortlaud. (). T.: Dromon Slut« sinan W T
Pioneer ami Democrat, Olympia, l'uget’Soum
Iol viH'siau, 11 0110111 1 ii.
*!•' AD\ ERT18E.MENTS and SLBSCRII
- ’ ltl 'I hir tin above named Papers.
I lit - ul the principal Papers of California an
Oregon may he found at this olliee.
Advertising in tlie Atlantic
States.
L. P. F. has now completed his arrangements
lor the forwarding of advertisements to all the
principal largest circulating Journals and News
papers published in tlie Atlantic States.
A line opportunity is here offered to those who
wish to advertise in any section of the Union, of
doing so at the lowest rates, and in u prompt and
satisfactory manner.
All SO disposed, arc invited to call on him and
R an e their orders.
PKOFESSION
W. W. UPTON,
attorney and counsellor at law.
BAS withdrawn from Weavervile Professional
Business for the present winter Correspon
dents will direct their letters to him at Sacra
mento. nl9
O. II. F. Norcross,
Justice of the Peace.
Office. on Court House Hill.
Nov. 24.-tf nl.j
J. CHADBOURWE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
HAYING concluded to make California his
. future home, and having made arrangements
to leave his other business, will resume the prac
tice of his profession in the counties of Trinity
and Shasta. He will pay particular attention to
the trial of causes in the Courts of Record.
Othce in Howe’s Adobe Building, on Court
street, Weaverville.
Nov. 10. nl3
J. B. GORDON, M. t). M. 8PKNCEH, M. I).
DRS. GORDON & SPENCER,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Office “Austin House,” up stairs.
Nov. 10.-tf nl3
D. V/. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Office on Court street, near the Court House.
Weaverville, Trinity Co., Cal. augll tf
C. E. WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office on Court street, near the Court House.
Weaverville, Trinity Co., Cal. augl 1 tf
H. J. HOWE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
and DISTRICT ATTORNEY,
Office in the Adobe Building, Court street.
Weaverville, Trinity Comity, Cal. augll tf
JNO. C. BURCH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
corner Court and Taylor streets, Weaverville, Cal.
mi 11 tf
WILLIAM F. VAUGHAN,
A T T O Li N E Y A T L AW,
A X It
Justice of (lie Peace.
Office with Williams & Potter, Court House Hill.
City Drug Store.
BARRY & CO,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
West side Main street, Weaverville
aug 11 tf
AI KDICAL.
Y E THAT SUITER REA |> *
r %
tm-iilK
• «3g
‘tragsass -
m : :
l)H. PARE IRA’S
GREAT ITALIAN REMEDY
FOR 111li ( KI1TA1X AM) KI’KEDV Cl UK (IF DISEASES
OF A I’ltlVATK NATURE, NO MATTER HOW I.OXU
STANDING, WITHOUT ANV INJURIOUS EFFECT TO
TIIE SVSTEM, OH AW CHANGE OF DIET.
II never hem Faileil— ll cannot /-’nil lo Cure!
r IUlIS INVALUABLE specific, first introduced
I into Pinna sonic fifty years since, soon became
so nidi known ns a certain cihe, that in every
town and city, not only on the Continent, hut in
Groat Britain, the demand for it was so great —i ts
merits so astnmutiny —that in less than one year
from its introduction it had supplanted all other
remedies. The .Medical Lucidly of the principal
ci tic- of Europe were compelled to acknowledge
its wonderful mastery over disease. Proprietors
of other Medicines, jealous of its sway, vainly
endeavored to flay its onward progress. Like
grass before die mower, their efforts fell to the
ground; and like fire on the prairies, its onward
march became triumphant. It stood forth upon its
,;u 'i merits; a discerning public saw, tried, and
were c.'Uvinccd of it., magical virtues. The mas
sive forti.'u ' acquired by Dr. Paruira from the sale
of it during the six years lie prepared it, alone
bore witness to if.s miraculous merits. At the de
cease of the Doctor, tic' recipe was beqeathed to
his son, who has lut' ly introduced the remedy in
to the United Stales. Ti;e number of cures it
lias already made are astonishing. Thousands
and teas of thousands can hear testimouy to its
efficacy.
ALL WHO USE IT, IT WILL CURE!
With the safety, speed, and certainty no other
medicine has ever possessed.
RESORT TO NO QUACK NOSTRUMS !
Use a remedy that has been tried for the last fifty
. . and was nevir known to fail.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS H
The extensive . vie of this wonderful medicine
lias already caused somd to palm off up
in the unsuspecting, a spurini,' ’ compound close
ly resembling the original. Be payi'cnlar to buy
none without the written signature of A. Lhireiru,
'1. D., on the outside wrapper of each bottle. .* M
el h is are counterfeit, and their compounders
mil be punished with the utmost rigor of the
law.
Price llirce Dollars per bottle. For sale by
D. Babcock, sole Agent for California, Oregon
1111,1 *lic Islands, to whom all orders
must he addressed. Also for sale by Druggists
generally throughout the State. A ‘liberal "dis
count made to wholesale dealers.
U. BABCOCK, Wholesale Druggist.
77 Davisst., between Clay and Washington.
List of Agents throughout the
Slate:
DA \ ISON A HARRIS, Agents, Weaverville.
H . II. Callin'. Agent for Siskiyou county.
Rice, t'oliin A Co., Druggists, Marysville.
R. K. Stark weal her. City Drug Store, Stockton.
. I!. Bruner, Tuolumne Drug Store, Sonora.
Beiij. Shur lleff, Shasta Drug Store, Shasta.
Child A Worthcn, Placervillc Drug Store, Pla
cerville.
Justin Gates, Jr., Sacramento City.
Dr. R. W. Carr, Downieville.
Dr. John Lark, Nevada.
Dr. J. B. Winston, Lob Angeles.
Whaley ,t Morse, San Diego.
George L. Story, l'ortland, O. T. n7
LEO. .1. BROOK* & Co.
PAPER WAREHOUSE,
123 SAN,SOME ST., - - SAN FRANCIJCO.
170 R SALE 10,000 Reams Fine
I Printing Paper, 22x32, 21x31, 24x36, 28x42.
32x46.
2660 Reams Fine Book Paper, 24x38, -40, 44,
and 48 lbs.
ID,001) Reams Manilla Paper all sizes in small
bales of 10 reams each.
81100 lieems Palm, Straw, Crown und Double
Crown.
200 Gross Hart’s Playing Cards.
Blank (’aids. Cup and Letter Paper, and Light
body's celebrated News Ink, together with a large
stock of Now und Fancy Jub Type from Conner
A Sons foundry. At.-o, ilou and Ruggles’ Prin
ting and Job Pre.sscs.
San Francisco. January 1850. u3-3m

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