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Villikins and his Dinah.
A WtT.ItT POPTLAK HENOl.T«n BALLAD—AS 8UNO BA’
« BURTON.
There wa? a rich merchant who in London did
' dwell.
Tie had a young daughter, an unkommon fmc gal.
Her name it was Dinah just 16 years old.
With a very large fortin in silver and gold.
Pingin’ toorali, toorali. toorali day !
(Cho-ri-oua. vich I always singe by myself.)
Singiu' toorali, Ac.
Kow as Dinah vas valliing in the gnrding one d ty.
(This was the front garding, surrounded by green
railings.) .,
Her parientcorned up to her and thus lien ’* ~y
‘ Go dress vourself. Dinah, in gorgcuu.-- miay,
And I’ll bring r oinc a ’ushand both gal-li-ant and
gay.’ ,
Singin' toorali. toorali. Ac.
(Cho-ri-ous on account of the proposition of the
parient on the veddiug breakfast he vas going
to border from the pastry cook around the cor
ner. )
Pingin' toorali, Ac.
< Oh! father, dear father.’ the daughter she said.
• 1 don't feel inclined to be mar-ri-ed ;
But half my large fortin I'll gladly give ever.
If you'll let me live single a year or t more.
Singiu' toorali, Ac.
Clio-vi-ous on haccount of the hauti-connubiul re
monstrance of the hotlspring with the hauthur
of her being.)
•Go, go. boldest daughter,' the parient he cried.
• If you don't feel inclined to be this young man e
bride,
I'll leave my large fortin to the nearest ol bin.
And you shan't nap the benelit ol one single p.n.
Singin’ toorali, Ac.
(Cho-ri-ous on bufcount of the hcxaspiration ol
the parient agin his progeny.)
Now as Villikins vas a valkin the garding around.
(This was the back gnrding, where the vegetabh
grew.
He 'spied hi- dear Dinah lying dead on the ground.
A cup of cold pison lay there by her side,
(It was labeled best British brandy.)
Aud a billy dux as said 'twas by pison she died.
Singin’ toorali, Ac.
(Wretched, wailing anil di sponding cho-ri-ous,
supposed to be sung by a solitary sparrow on
the ouse top, who witnessed the hunlortnit su
icide.)
He kissi d the cold corpus sevonul tine s oVr,
Aud called her liis dear Dinah, though she wti.
no more ;
Then swallowed up tb" pison and sung a short
stave,
And Villikins and his Dinah war laid i.i von i
Singiu’ toorali, Ac.
(Li nianctioly cho-ri-ous on haccount oi the doub
le he vent.)
M0R1UAT.E.
(Vich is supposi d to be powerfully himpressed on
the haudieuce.)
Now, all you young ladies don't fall in loy . nor
Do tliat by no means vich is forbid by your gov
’nor;
And all you young gemmen, beware whom you
elapses eyes on -
Think of Villikins and his Dinah, aud the cup ol
cold pi-si-i-ou.
(Brilliant, didactic and demi-religious clio-i ous.
on haccount of the moriality of the morial.
Sung standing arid in silence.)
Singiu’ toorali, Ac.
The War Cloud.—Our relations with
England present a menacing aspect. If
ustrotis as would be n war between the two
countries, neither will be likely to shrink
from the contest through fear. Ami tin
humbled state in which a peace with II
sia, t(i which she is compelled by Trance,
will leave England, is not unlikely to iimi
relief in a war with the United States. Tin
same reasons, (powerful ones, wo admit,)
which are-given as certain to prevent hos
tilities, were urged at the inception ol' the
Russian difficulties, and time prov d them
fallacious. Accident is more powerful than
the most probable sequence of evi nts, mid
we are therefore by no means sanguine ol
the peaceable termination of the pre-eut dif
ficulties. The war between aristocracy and
democracy must come, sooner or biter, and
it is questionable whether England will ever
be better able to meet the issue than iron.
Her rulers limy rely on making the stray sir
a short and disastrous one to her foe, and
thus re-establish her prestige and their own
position. That we would enter the contest
with fearful odds against us cannot he de
nied; but the result will show the superior!*
ority of republican over monarchical insti
tutions.
The attitude maintained towards each
other by England aud the United States
cannot be without its effect on the negotia
tions at Paris, and should it have a tendency
to render Russia more obstinate than is an
ticipated, there will be no trial of arms be
tween our country aud U rent Rritaiu. To
the latter nation it is provoking to be obliged
to suspend hostilities at tlie moment when
she was about to snatch the only laurels ol
the war, and the preparations made against
Russia will be available against America,
unless events call for their employment in
their original direction. Jf there is peace
with Russia, the probabilities are in favor of
war with the United States; if the Russian
war continue, u rupture between America
and England is hardly possible.
1 he first fruits of such a struggle would
be peculiarly disastrous to California. \\V
do not believe there is ammunition enough
on this coast to supply us means of del'cnee
for a single month. Rut the permonent re
sult would be highly beneficial to us as a
State, however sad might be the attendant
consequences. The road across the plains
would lie at ouce opened, and at the close of
the war a line of settlements would reach
from the frontiers of Missouri to the Sierra
ISevada—a condition which must be ant eon
dent to any operations on the Pacific Rail
road. Aud ii in such a war our people
should awake from the dream which has al
lowed them to be dependent on foiv,,,, lm .
tious for many essentials of existence that
snould have been of home production, even
the deplorable concomitants ot a strugg,
which will shake both countries to their
centres, will not counterbalance the bene
ficial effets of our having been taught that
to be prosperous a nation should lie self sus
taining and independent us well us free.—
Wide West.
How Many Miles a Printer’s Hand
Travels. —Although a printer may be set
ting all (lay, yet in bis own way he is a great
traveler (or ut least his baud is,) us weslmll
prove. A good printer will set 8,000 cius
a day, or about 24,000 letters. The dis
tance traveled by his hand will average
about one foot per letter, going to the boxes
in which 1 they are contained, and of course
returning, making two feet every letter lie
m ts. This would make a distance, each
day, of 48,000 feet, or a little more than
yfne miles; and in the course of the year,
leaving «out (Sundays, the member travels
about TOGO miles.
Anecdote of the Rev. Dr. frcnraEK. ,
The Pittsburgh Herald tells the following ,
anecdote of the Rev. Dr. Plummer, late of
that eitv
During a visit to the Hot Springs, on a
certain occasion, he was invited by the com
pany gathered there to preach for them on
the S.ihhath. lie consented. The ball-room
of the hotel was prepared for religious wor
-hip. and the audience assembled. The
speaker announced his text, and began his
diseourse, but was mortified to find that by
some of the younger and more frivolous of
lis hearers, of both sexes, the whole perfor
mance was looked upon ns a good joke, and,
to be treated accordingly. Some were slid
ing, some were whispering, and an unseem
ly levitv prevailed throughout the congrega
tion. For a few minutes he endeavored to
withstand it, by a simple presentation of the
truth: but to no purpose. Stopping short
in his discourse, lie at once arrested their at
tention by the question: “My friends, do
you know how these Hot Springs are said to
have been discovered? I will tell you.—
Manv years since an old Dutchman and his
son were passing along down the valley,
where the road now runs that you see out
there,” —pointing to it through the window
—“when, observing the spring, they stopped
their team to water the horses. The old
man took up the bucket, went to the spring,
and dipped it in, when some of the water
dashed upon his hand and scalded him. In
stantly dropping the bucket, he started for
the wagon, running and calling to his son,
in the greatest consternation, ‘‘Trive on,
Hans; trive on; Hell tsk not fur from dish
jJaix!” At tlii- his audience burst out laugh
ing—when immediately assuming a look of
dee| est solemnity, and dropping his voice to
the low tones that in him are like muttered
thuuders, he made the application; “I tell
you, my friends, Jlell is not far from tins
place.” There were no more smiles in that
congregation that day. Some who heard it
su'd it seemed to them as if the terrors ol
the day of Judgment hud come.
Furcations of .Mariuem Women.— The
recent occurrences in Host on form the text
for a sensible-ermon fron the Hartford <
nud. The improper ‘flirtatious’ of the two
married women with young men has blasted
their characters forever, earned the death of
an amiable but weak young man, and im
prisoned the husbands on u charge of mur
der! Says the Ccurmit:
“ The 'innocent flirtation’ of married wo
men is one of the abominations of modern
society. Even a desire for promiscuous ad
miration is wrong in the wife. The love o!
one and his approval should be all that sin
should dt sire. Hot her be ever so beautiful,
it is a disgusting, and appalling sight, to
see her decorating that beauty for the pub
lie gaze—to see her seeking the attention o
all the senseless fops around her, and re
joicing in the admiration of other eyes than
tho-e of her husband. Her beauty should
be for hint ahum, not for tin gu/e of the
fools that flutter around her. There is ul
us v , au.one the sedate and the wise, a sen
sation of disgust, when a married lady at
tempts to ensnare and entrap young men by
a profuse* display of her churius, or an un
licensed outlay of her smiles. Such charms
and such -miles are loathsome to the iudil
1.n ut beholder —‘the trail of the serpent is
over them all.’
Such wives should know' if they do no
know it already, that, their influence over the
virtue and the prudence of young men is ns
deleterious us it they were the most aban
doned of women. They lead them to believe
there is no purity in the sex--that married
virtue is hut outside show—and that deli
eaev and propriety are hut masks or outside
dresses. The died of their diameter is
that of a silent corruption, supping the foun
dation of honor, and probity and truth.—
i/ t them beware. Ret them reserve their
charms and the fascination of their flutter
ing attentions for the husbands to whom they
belong, and if they must be admired, let it
be as faithful wives, as self-denying mothers,
as tl*M educators of a young generation of
immortals. It was said in the praise of a
woman in ancient times Domvvi winsit; la
n,im fecit. Let such lie the motto of mar
ried women now.”
Move On!—If you arc ever to bo any
thing, you must make a beginning; and
you must make it yourself. The world is
getting too practical to help drones and push
them along, when there is a busy lnvo ot
workers, who, if anything, live too fast.—
You must lift up your own feet, and if you
have a pair of clogs on which (•latter about
vour heels, they will soon be worn off and
ieft beii/pd on the dusty pathway. Mark
out the line which you prefer; Id truth be
the object glass,.honesty the surveying chaiu,
and eminence the i< vel with which to lay
out your held; arid tine- prepared, with pru
dence on one arm and perseverance on the
other, you need lcar no obstacle. Do not
be afraid to take the (irst step. Rohlue.-s
will beget assurance, and the tirst step' will
bring you so much nearer the second, but
if your first step should break down, try
again. It will bo surer and safer by the
trial, besides, if you never move, you will
never know your own power. A man stand
ing and declaring his inability to walk, with
out making the effort, would be a general
laughing stock, and so, morally, is the man,
in our opinion, who will not test his own
moral and intellectual power, and then grave
ly assures us that lie lias ‘no genius’ or ‘no
1 apr.eity.’ A man with seeing eyes, keep
ing ihi-in -hut, and complaining that he can
not see, is the trumpeter of Ids own inability.
Tiie Farmer and the Rkogah.— A strong,
lazy loafer, who preferred begging fora pre
carious subsistence, to working lor a sure
one, called at the house of a Idimt M l Sail"
chusetts farmer, mat in the usual language
61 his tribe, asked for some ‘cold victuals
and old clothes ’
ou appear to be a stout hearty-looking
man,’ said the farmer, ‘what do you do for
u living?’
‘ Why, not much,’ replied the fellow, ‘ex
cept traveling from one place to another.’
‘Traveling about, eh!’ rejoined the farmer
‘can you travel pretty well?’
‘Oil, yes, 1 am pretty good at that.’
‘Well, then,’ said the farmer, coolly open
ing the door, ‘let’s see you travel.’
When is a woman a vehicle ? When she
i; a Hltk su/l. i/.
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I )I RECTOin
Mountain
On Court St. at the head of Main.
This Murk it is constantly sup
iiH«r
j with every tiling in this
of business, such as REEK *
pork.ci h: ni:i> reee. I'k keed pork, sai
SAGE. SMOKED AM) FRESH, TRIPE. IIKAU
CHEESE, BLOOD IT 'I (DINGS. LIVER WORST,
Ac. t’nriied beef and pickled I’ork, always on
hand and for sale in KEGS, and in quantity or
quality our assortment of
r» ICON AN I) IIAM S,
raiinot he surpafM■<!. Thev are rim <1 l>y us for
liii mark* t. and :uv warranted to Ik* . w w<*< , t and
.•etui. Those wishing aiiytliinu in our line will <1<>
i call In ‘Tore purchasing elsewhere.
LOOMIS, ill SCKOFT & Co.
Elver, Feb. 10, 18">0. 1-lf.
well to give u
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DAVJSO'N&ll.UVMS.
MAIN ST. VVEAVERVILLE.
li
(ii j
HP
it mm
Dealers in Drugs, Patent. Medicines, Bta
tiotiery, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco,
Segal's, &c.
BEING non - permanently settled in our NEW,
r i if i> i»n o f> r m 11 a o i in <,,
and thankful for the very liberal patronage no
have received for the pasi THREE, YEARS. now
offer our old customers anil all new ones, a large
and well-selected stock of pure D1UGS. and
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,
of which wo are tlm authorized agents. Also,
the largest and most complete assortment of
rorfumcry, Fancy and Toilet Articles.
We would also call their attention to our stock of
Eli E Cf B* «* S4i» fD<sJ
consisting of Novels, Histories, School-books, (ho
prose and Poetical works of the mo t eminent Au
i hors,
CUTLERY &, WRITING MATERIAL
of every description. In addition to the above,
wo have on hand a line assortment of Gum ink
BRANDiES, WHISKEY,
and Foreign Wines. Also,
TOBACCO AN IT CTO A TfS.
logtdlier with n very large slock of American
Playing Cards, nil of which will be sold at great
ly reduced prices, for the reason that wo have set
tled here permanently. niiTI can afford to sell for
less profit than those w ho are more anxious
“TO MAKE THEIR PILE,”
in a siiort time. < )ur motto is,
< mlil \i Inn we cant ii>h tt lien wc cannot.
Jnn. 2li, ISSti. nl-tf.
A . SOLOMON,
Fire-Proof Illicit Stoic,
MAIN STREET, ... WK.VVEKVJI.I.E.
(nr.i t ilunr to the Port Gj/ire.')
PACKERS & TRADERS SUPPLIED.
• have just received a fresh assortment of all des-
I t .Sptioiis of Fashionable Clothing, Dry Goods,
Hoots Shoes. Pocket A Table Cutlery, Pistols.
Ac. Also, a choice selection of the first Jirands ol
Havana Cigars and Tobacco, and I feel confident
that a call will Pl ot S entirely satisfactory .
March 32, 9-tf. A. SOLOMON.
Humboldt siiatii-'K Saloon,
AND BATH ROOMS,
Main Street, Weaverville.
MM1E UNDERSIGNED announe s that h> l.s-
I tnblishmi nt, so long known to the public, bas
recently undergone thorough repairs and altera
tions, and been titled up in a style of elegance un
surpassed by any similar house in Northern Cali
fornia. It has been Ids aim to make it an agree
aide and delightful resort for gentlemen desirous
of undergoing Unisonal operations, or to employ
water as a detergent agent.
His arrange incut!! 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 with their patronage,
except to assure them that it is very much im
proved in every respect.
No pains w ill he spaaed to make his Saloon a
pleasant place of resort.
ISAAC DIXON.
Weaverville, Nov. 17, 185.7. lill-lf
ORDERS, ORDERS,
r I TAKEN for any description of WATCHES, and
1 foraarded to the manufacturers with despatch.
JiliJGGS, DEV A CO.
n2-lia. 98 Montgomery st., corner California.
LX 1 RA HEAVY & FINE
Y'tOED G1 AliU CHAINS, just received hy the
V_T>tr, liner Golden Age,at HlflGtfS, DEV A Co's
I iil-lui. 98 Montgomery, cor. t.'alifornia st.
w. W. UPTON,
attorney and counsellor at law.
UAS withdrawn from Weavervile Professional
Business for the present winter Correspon
dents will direct their letters to him at Sacra
mento.
prior
AT,.
Q. II. IP. KTorcross,
.Justice of the Peace.
(mice, on Court House Hill.
Nov. 24.-tf nlo
J. CHADEOURNE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
T I A VINO conclude d to make California his
i I. future home, ami haring made arrangements
to leave his other business, will resume the prac
tice of liis profession in the counties of Trinity
and Shasta. He will pay particular attention to
the trial of causes in the Courts of Record.
(lllicc in Howe’s Adobe building, on Court
street, Weuverville.
Nov. 10. n!3
J. B. GORDON. M. I). M. SPENCER, M. 1).
DRS. GORDON & SPENCER,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Office “Austin House,” up stairs.
Nov. lO.-tf nl 3
D. W. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
(lil'ee on ('f.iirt street, near the ('ourt House,
Weaver', lie, Trinity Co., Cal. augl 1 tl
C. E. WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Office on Court street, near the Court House.
Weuverville, Trinity Co., Cal. uugll tf
II. J. HOWE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
and DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Office ill the Adobe Building, Court street.
Weuverville. Trinity County, Cal. augl 1 tf
JNO. C. BURCH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
corner Court and Tay lor streets, Weuverville, Cal
null tf
WILLIAM F. VAUGHAN,
ATT< > It N K Y A T LAW,
A N II
•Justice ef list* Peace.
<); i in: with Williams A Rotli r. Court House Hill
City Dni;; Store.
BARRY & CO,,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS
West side Main street, Weaverville
nng II tf
M EDICA Is.
Vi: Til AT StTTEll RE A i> !
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1)14 • I’AltKIItA’M
GREAT ITALIAN REMEDY
FOR THE CI'UTAIN AND SIT.HDY CURE OF DISEASES
OF A rniVATH NATl HE, NO MATTER 1IONV I.ON’O
STANDING, WlillOlT ANV INJIKIOUS KITECT TO
THE SYSTEM, Oil ANV CHANGE OF MET.
It never has Fallal It cannot Fail to Cure!
'MILS I WALT AHLi; F]> cillc. first Ivitrodncccl
1
into l’iasa soin ynm since, soon beeunii
so wi II known as a ckrtain rm:, that ill every
town and city, not only on the Continent, but in
Grout Britain, the demand fur it a us so ./,■„// -its
merits so adountling- that in less tlmn one yeai
from its introduction it had seyyi/eiito/ ail other
r inedii . 'file Ah ,Ik a] Fueiilly of (lie principal
eliles of Europe were compelled to acknowledge
its wonderful mastery over disease. Proprietor
of other Medicines, jealous of its sway, vainly
endeavored to stay its onward progress. Li
grass before the mower, their ellbrts fell to the
ground; and like lire on the prairies, its outran:
march became tiiuiiipliiiut. it stood forth upon its
own merits; a disci ruing public saw, tried, am
were convinced of its magical virtues. The mas
give fortune enquired by Dr. Pareira from the sail
of it during the six years he prepared it. aluiu
bore witness to its miraculous merits. At the de
cease of the Dni lor. the recipe was brqcatlicil l<
liis son, who hail lately .introduced the remedy in
to the United Slates. The number of cures it
has already made arc astonishing. Thousand!
and tens of thousands cun hear testimony toiU
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!
1'se a remedy that has been tried for the last fifty
years, and was never known to fail.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!!
The exti nsive sale of this wonderful medicine
has already caused some persons, to palm oil' up
on thejinsuspecting, a spurious compound close
ly resembling the original, be particular to liny
none without the written signature of A. Pareira
M. D., on the outside wrapper of each liottle. All
others are counterfeit-, and their compounders
will he punished with the utmost rigor of the
law.
Price Three Dollars per hottle. For sale by
D. Babcock, sole Agent for California. Oregon
and the Sandwich Islands, to whom all orders
must be addressed. Abo for sale by Druggists
generally throughout the State. A liberal dis
count made to wholesale dealers.
D. BABCOCK, Wholesale Druggist.
77 Davisst., between Clay and Washington.
List of Agents throughout tile
Stitt**:
DAVISON & HARRIS, Agents, Weaverville.
\V. II. GatliH’, Agent for Siskiyou county
liieo, Coffin & Co., Druggists, Marysville.
R. K. Starkweather, City Drug Store, Stockton.
IV. R. Bruner. Tuolumne Drug Store, Sonora.
Benj. Shurtleff, Shasta Drag Store, Shasta.
Child A Worthen, Flacerville Drug Store, l’la
cerville.
.lustin Gates, Jr.. Sacramento City.
Or. R. W. Carr, Downieville.
j)r. .John Lark, Nevada.
Dr. J. .S, Winston. Eos Angeles.
Whale'.' A Morse, Sail Diego.
George L, Story, Portland, O. T.
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G HO. J. IJKOOKN & Co.
PAPER VVAREHOUSE,
123 SANSOME ST., - - SAN FRANCIJCO.
I VO 11 SALK 10,000 litmus I'int*
I I Printing Paper, 22x32, 21x3-1, 2*.\3U, 28x12.
32 x Di.
200(1 Reams Fine Book Paper, 24x38, 40, 44,
and 48 lbs.
10,000 Reams Manilla Paper all si/.os in small
bales of 10 reams each.
8000 Reems l’altu, Straw, Crown and Double
Crown.
200 Gross Hart's Playing Cards,
blank Cards. Cap and Letter Paper, ami Light
body's celebrated News Ink. together with a large
stock of New and Fancy Job Type from Conner
A Sous foundry. Also, Hoe and Haggles' Prin
ting and Job Pre.sses.
San Francisco. January 18o6, n3-3ni
M I X I I A X K’AL.
T. II BEDELS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER
West side of Main street, Weaver,
(OPPOSITE THE “ DIANA,”)
lias for gale an extensive assortment of
GOLD and SILVER WATCHES.
1-1 \I\ AND DIAMOND RINGS,
WATCH CHAINS,
BREASTPINS. BRACELETS, and
JKWELRV of every description,
CLOCKS, etc.,
at reasonable terms.
Particular attention given to the repairing of
Watches. ,
Specimens neatly set. and all kinds of Cantor*
nia Jewelry manufactured to order, augl 1 tt
B 10.000 1 1
Competition the Life of Tr;ulc,
yi’R talce this method of informing onr friends
\ > and the public that we are now prepared to
deliver the fir.-t quality of House Linings sewed,
at lfi cts. per yard. Parties purchasing domestics
at our establishment, can have the same sewed
GRATIS. Mr. LOR YEA, the most experience
operator in California, i at all times ready to di
liver three hundred yards sewing at one hour
notice. We intend to do what we represent.—
To parties who have sewing to he done, we would
say, call at our establishment, and have it sewed
as above.
N. B.— Grain Iiags. Flour Hags and Hose will
lie sold at the cost of material, with no charge foi
sewing. D. M. LPLlt & Co.
Weaver, Feb. 1C, 18dG. 4-tf,
7/Aii'i) >. mMm
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS,
I") ESPECTKC LLY Inform the citizens of Wea-
I V verville and vicinity, that they are always
prepared to execute all orders in their line of
business. They tender their sincere thunks to
their many friends and patrons for past favors,
and hope, by punctuality, to merit a continuance
of the same.
W A W. have in connection with theii\J.>|~‘jY
Caponier and Joiner’s ostablislient, n ' 'iL
Wagon Shop,
where all work appertaining to that branch o;
luisiui swill meet with prompt uttentinn. A1
work done w ith dispatch. Give them a call, and
see for yourselves.
V<y All kinds of Cabinet Furniture, such as
( 'hairs, bedsteads. Tables, Safas, liureuas, Ac. Ac
made on short notice.
Shop on Court street, one door above Ihe T'. S
Bukery. nl-tf
BLACKSMITHING .
I t A I! it Ac PIIOST would respectfully in
* J form the public that they can always ho fount
at their old stand on Main street, directly oppo
site the Independence Hot( I. where they are ill
ways prepared to execute every description o
Work in their line of business, with promptness
and in the most skiu.it i. manned.
HORSE, MULE, AND OX SHOEING,
done at tin' shortest notice. They have also 01
hand a large and well-selected assortment of
MINING TOOLS,
which they w ill sell at reasonable rates.
Thankful to the public for their past patronage
they would respectfully solicit a continuance o
their favors.
\\ caver, Feb. 2d, IS,iff fi.
INDEPENDENCE HOTEL.
MAIN ST., WEAVERVILLE,
BATCHELOR & DAVIS, Proprietors.
'IMIiS M'.H it mi SPLKMIlDA’dA
I fir.-t cla.-s Hotel, uii.-urpa.-ed in its IjljfBj
appointments by any house in Northern jjjjPa.
California, is now before (lie public for a share of
patronage. Furnished with every requisite for
the comfort and convenience of guests -entirely
new throughout- it oilers superior inducements
to both permanent bo aid its ami transient visitors.
Among the advantages pr< sealed by this House
nre—
1st. A Table furnished in the lies! style, undci
the supervision of nn experienced caterer.
2d. Large, well ventilated sleeping apartments
fitted willi clean beds, and kept in perfect order
did. Elegantly furnished apartments and par
lor LXCLPSIVELV FOR LADIES.
The whole establishment is iindor the immedi
ate management of MRS. DAVIS, a indy whose
experience in this business ensures .-aUsItiction ti
iql.
J. A. BATCHELOR.
1. DAMS.
Weaverville, Feh. Oth, 18,"di. nd-lf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
MAIN ST. - - - WEAVERVILLE
S. S. I I < )VIh Y, IToprielor,
U7"OPLI> announce to his friends and
lie- 1 111 1. lie e. a.-rally, lh.it tin- well- iMSf
known cslaldisliineut, recently destroyed
by lire, has been rebuilt upon a new nnd improved
plan, and is now open. Accommodations superi
or to any In rctolore known in this place, and o
qttnl to any north of Sacramento, lie is confident
lie can furnish, on terms reasonable and satisfac
tory to those who are hardest to please.
Hi> TABLE w ill lie supplied at all times with
the best the market afford.-, and ( LEAX BEDS,
and rooms fitted up in the most convenient and
attractive style, are always ready for those who
may favor him w ith their patronage.
\\ ilh every confidence iu his capacity to satisfy
nil reasonable demands, he again solicits from
tlie public a continuance ot their termer support.
Weaver, Feb. 23. 1 SAG.
S. H. IIOYKY.
d-tf.
L. BARTLETT,
ATTORNEY AT' LAW,
ING worked six years in the mines of Cal
- itornitt, and throe years of (lie time iu Trini
t.y county, enough to approve of the location, ha
decided to invest all hi* in tin st* in and with thi
county, and will hereafter de\ ite liis ellbrla ti
Itis profession trusting that by care and diligenc
lie may secure the confidence and share the btisi
ness of those unj'nrlunalflii “meshed iu tile law.”
Room ai tin; independence.
Weaverville, Feb. 7th, n3-tf
GREENHOOD & REWBAUER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS 1
Segar& and Tobacco.
None but the choicest article offered iu tL
market.
Main street, (between the St. Chari
and Independence Hotels,) WeiivemTIo.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID l’OU
GOLD DUST.
migll tf
TRINITY (.ARDEN STORE.
-M Ux stiu:i:t, wkavkiivii.i.k.
ip HE proprietors of this establishment Mould re-
I spt etfully annminee to their their friends and
the public generally, that they keep constantly
hand and for sale all kinds of choice Vegetables,
In ought tre i from their Raiieli on Trinits River,
1 v 1 r i l J a J : * I"' 11 l-o Inn e a coiupli te selection oi'
Groceries ami Provisions. Including,
SI GAR, COFFEE, RTCE, TEA,
BETTER, EGGS, CHEESE,
aud, iu fact. * \ ry tli.ng in the Grocery, V"e°*ota
ld" and Provision line. Their prices are low” the
proprietors being determined to do a large i’msi
m — nl si,tail profits, friends will please giro u -
n call. MORSE. MABIE A CO.
N. If- He have a SAW MILL in operation on
our Rauch, and will supply the citizens of Wea
ver'. ilie and vicinity with Lumber of a superior
quality at very low rates.
■ Orders for Lumber, left at the “Trinit v
Garden Store,” w ill lie promptly attended to
Pee. s. is,id. .M. GO.
SAN FRANOISCO.
JONES, TOBIN & CO.,
Importers an<l Jobbers,
COHXKB OF SANSOME AND 8ACHAMKNT0 STK1-.ET,
SAN FRANCISCO,
A RK now prepared to offer to the trade a largo
J\_ and well assorted stock of desirable
Fall and Winter Goods,
received per recent arrivals, comprising:
Bonnet Ribbons,
Black and colored Velvet Ribbons,
White and Black Silk Blonde Laces,
Artificial Flowers, Feathers and Plumes,
Jaconet and Swiss Insertions and Edgings,
Ladies’ limb’d Collars Sleeves a Chemisette,
Thread Edgings and Laces: English III k Crape,
And a general variety of the latest and most ap
proved styles of Millenery floods, Laces and Em
broideries.
m. a *!**»&.
Rogers', Wostenholin’s and Barnes A Son's
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Razors and Straps,
Buttons, of every description, Thread,
Needles, Pins, Tapes and Bindings,
Combs and Brushes id’ all kinds,
Ladies' and Children’s Hosiery,
Ladies’ and ('lentlemon's Gloves and Ildk'fs,
Zephyr Worsted Trimmings and Braids,
India* Rubber Balls, assorted Toys and Babies,
Wax and assorted China Dolls,
Game Bags, Shot Belts and Ponchos,
Porte Monnais, Envelopes and Letter Paper,
Lead Pencils, Steel Pens, and Ink.
ALSO An extensive and choice assortment
of Perfuna ry. Yankee and German Notions, Ac.,
,Ve„ all of which will In; sold at the lowest rates
for cash.
jr-v New Goods received from New York
every steamer. o2l) nlO
GEO. DEITZ & CO.,
< tun itlicnc Mn n n fact lil t*I S.
I MORTERS AND DEALERS IN
I BURNING FLUID,
TURPENTINE,
y.) J’r. Cl. ALCOHOL,
BLEACHED POLAR OIL,
SPERM OIL,
LAUD OIL.
AI On hand a good assortment of CAM
PI I EXE. BURNING FLUID, and OIL LAMPS,
GLOBES, CHIMNEYS and WICKS.
Great care taken in putting up packages to
ship to anv part of the country or mines; and all
goods delivered to steamboats free of charge.
E>2 Washington Street,
Opposite Washington Market.-
SAN FRANCISCO.
JOHN TAYLOR,
IG'-i Washington Street,
(BETWEEN MUNTUOMEKY AM) SANSOME.)
Importer and Dealer in
Druggists’ l linin'ral and ( oitf'ertinners’
c; LA88W AR E.
t'erfnniei y in till its varieties.
Druggista’ and Liquor Labels.
ALSO
SODA WATER BOTTLES, CORKS A TWINE
N. It. J. T. is in constant receipt of the abovo
articles direct from the manufactories in the east
ern States and Europe, and is prepared to fur
nish his customers ill quantities to suit, and at the
lowest market rates. n7
B. C. & T. L. HORN,
Importers of Havana Cigars,
And Agents of Virginia Manufactured
' is "-a lb m is <* zm :<& »«,
No. -Jo J' lio.NT Stkeet, Coiineii of Mehoiiant,
SAN FRANCISCO.
D. G. LORD & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF
BLYXK BOOKS, STATIONARY,
PRINTING MATERIAL &, PAPERS,
OF KVKI’.Y I1K8CUIFTIOX. —ALSO AGENTS FOIt
WHITE & CO.’S TYPE FOUNDRY,
NO. 132 SANSOME STREET,
San Francisco.
1>. S. Loud, Sun Francisco.
G. A. Meniion, -
G. A. Van Bokkli.E.v, Xtw York.
If. B. R. aloe & Co. d Haggles Presses
for Sale.
L-fNE VIRGINIA TOBACCO El Sacrameti
.1 lirund dark, peach flavored,
i l Sacramento la and dry, light colured.
Mayflower brand 12 plugs to the pound.
11“ “bon brands of Jones & Hudson’s celcbi
ted manufacture’ in lots to suit, for sale by
SAM’L. II. PRICHARD,
Agent for the Manufacturers.
1 THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY ol
I- 8, ' n ices to the merchants in the intend
a Commission Buyer of Goods in San Eranci
Inning been engaged in that business for net
three years past, n itli three years experience in
interior. II" hopes to give satisfaction to sue]
may employ him in that capacity. Orders for
description of merchandise filled and forw-u-'
promptly. SAM'L. II. PRICH \RD
I p stairs, eor. Battery and Sacramento s’ts
dcc.ity-n.20. San Fraucii
L. P. FISHER’S
ADVERTISING AGENCY,
IRON J’LTLDIXO, OPPOSITE THE PACIFIC EXPR
OFFICE, (I J* STAIRS.)
f *'• F*i ** Sol <* Agent for Hie r«
I lowing published in (j a ij
ilia, Oregon, and (lie Sandwich Islands:
Sacramento Union; San Joaquin Rcpubl;,,
Stockton; Marysville Herald: Nevada Jour,
Columbia Gazelle; Grass Valley Telegra
Shasta Courier; Empire Argus, Column- Mo
tain Democrat, Plncerville; Amador Seiitii
Jackson; d ivka l nion; Weaverville Democi
1 rtaluina Journal; San Jose Telegraph- <"ili|
Funner, Sacramento City; Southern Calii
n ! an - ;" 8 Angeles; San Diego Herald; Ore
iiiiin, 1 ortland. O. Oregon Statesman AV
Pioneer and D< moeral, Olympia, Puget’Sou
rolynesinn, Iloiioliiln.
N B. ADVERTISEMENTS and SUBSOR
Tln.NS solicited for the above named Papers,
Flies ol the principal Papers of California i
Oregon may be found at this ofUce.
Advertising in the Atlantic
Slates.
E. I . I-. lias now completed his arrangements
b.r I be forwarding ot adverliscmeiits to all tho
principal largest . ireulaling Journals and News
papers published in the Atlantic States.
A liu opportunity is here offered to those who
wi-h to ndvi rti.se in any section of the Union, of
doing so at the lowest rates, and in a prompt and
satisfactory manlier.
All so disposed, arc invited to call on him and
leave their orders.
J. W. SULLIVAN’S
Great P a e i f i c E m p o r i u in
A M) GKXER.U. AGENCY OF *
Periodic a I Literature,
ami side agent for the
“CA LIFORNIA TRUK DELTA ”
Post Oliioe Buildings, corner Clay and Kearny
, streets, Sun Francisco.
I HE Proprietor has, after long and arduous
I labor, and serums expense, succeeded hi or
ganizing arrangements with Steamers, Liners
E\pres.-. S. Agencies, and Mails, in different coun
ties. tar and near, by which ho is enabled to sup-
L’ i’u ' ’" ‘“ty and amount of the best
NLW sPAPEHS,
MAGAZINES,
,, ,, AND REVIEWS,
than any other establishment on the Pacific.
Agents and Dealers
Aie respectfully informed that owing to the am-
I i< sou ret s of the establishment, and the strict
economy ot its management, the Proprietor is at
all tunes happy ami ready to execute their com
mands at the LOWEST PRICES,

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