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The witty “ Shirley,” in the California Pioneer.
adds another to the many parodies on the “ I nev er read - ’ of Tom Moore t “ J never had two humming birds, With plumage like a sunset sky, But one was sure,to fly away, And the otlnrpue was sure to die. I never nursed a living squirrel. .. __ To glad me with its soft black eye, But it always ran into sonx-lody's tent, Got mistaken for a rat and killed 1” ai —• « . “I'm Tired.”—When a man is fatigued he is apt to be confidential, and to think that others will be as much interested in his feelings as he himself is. He announces, in the most unequivocal manner, the fact which is contained in the above caption; and ex pects that some one will hasten to respond in words of sympathy and cheer. lie is the most miserable of all, who has no one upon whom lie can call to honor his drafts for consolation. ‘I'm tired’ with him means more than it does with others. ‘I’m tired,’ says the poor laborer who lms swung tlmniekaxe or bandied the shovel all vA'e day long, for the pittance which' is to* furnish his wife and children with bread.— No wonder man. You have struck many a hard blow to-day, and heaped up a perfect breastwork of earth—a monument to your industry and a pledge of your faithfulness. Hut never mind. The bread, and the cheese, and meat will taste all the sweeter, when you sit down to the rude hut inviting ami healthful meal which your Bridget, or your Ruth, is now preparing. Besides, your sleep shall be us sweet as a trance of en chantment —as refreshing as the breath ofj June to an invalid. You area King, whether you know it or not. Labor awards titles ; und beats out crowns—titles more noble than those of Britain and of France, and crowns more brilliant, more enduring, tlian all the diadems of regal potentates. Tm tired,’ sighs the student who for hours and hours has been engaged in ex huming the buried lore of past ages. His cheek is blanched by application and re search; premature furrows mark his high and intellectual forehead; gray hairs, but not of age, rest upon his temples; and his form is bent und guant, though thirty years have not passed since his mother’s heart leaped for joy because a man-child was born into the world. So you arc tired, O, Scholar! But out of that very fatigue shall spring profit and honor. liver rince Adam fell, study lias been the price of Fame. Knowl edge conies of delving, ns gold docs—if we would learfi wc must labor. Take courage. Your reward waits for you a little way ahead. ‘I’m tired,’ says the votary of fashion and pleasure; tired of the freaks of (he goddess whom I serve—tired of sacrificing indepen dence, health, comfort, conscience, every thing, to their caprices—tired of seeming what I am not and being not what I seem. No wonder you are tired. Shall wc write a recipe for your complaint? We w ill. Rise with the sun. Take a walk before breakfast. Eat simple food. Wash dishes, mend coats, make bread. Read something better than Ueo. Sand or Reynolds can write. Sell your flounces and furbelows and give the money to (lie poor. Decline three-quarters of the invitations you receive to attend parties, halls and soirees. Ri •tire early. Try our recipe for a week or two, and sec it you do not thank us for it. ‘I’m tired,’ says the sub-editor—that news paperial pack-horse w ho bears the heat and burden of the day, without receiving his share of the profits or hull' the credit (o which lie is entitled, It may lie (lie small hours of the night when this expression is! w rung from him, and yet his reports are not finished, his proof not ready, lie must la bor on for the benefit of those who may up braid or ridicule him in the morning, for some honest but unpalatable expression of opinion, some trilling omission, some impor tant but (to them) disagreeable suggestion. , Well may lie be tired. Well may he com plain—though complaining does no good.— And yet there is something in store even lor him, und he will enjoy it by and by. Let him not despair— “For ever the truth comes uppermost, And ever is justice done.” This is a tired world. Children are tired; young men and maidens are tired; old men are tired, all are tired. Some arc tired with indolence, some with labor. Fatigue is a necessary sequence of our mortal condition, and we must bear it bravely. It will be different soon. ‘There is no work, nor know l edge, nor device, in the grave whither thou goest.’ —Jinffalo Express. Mr. I*. 'I'. Baum m.— We need not have read the recent proceedings before Justice Hoffman, of ttie Supreme Court of New York, to know that this well known gentle man has met reverses. By over confidence in the Jerome Clock Company he is now bankrupt, and supports himself by keeping a boarding-house. But the juckalls of the press, who before these calamities toadied and praised him, are now' the loudest in their execrations; of all who visited him at Iranistau and enjoyed his profuse hospitality; of ull who have received iavors innumerable from him, we hardly find one who lias a word of condolence for a broken man! This is the way of the world, and Burnum knows its devious paths too well to sutler any an noyance, when false friends drop off. lie has done a great deal of good in his duys of prosperity; lie was liberal to those ill his employ, and generous in his charities, and we sincerely regret that these monetary ca lamities have overwhelmed him. But we do uot thiqk he will long remain ‘down;’ he U still in the prime of life, has tact, energy and nerve, and will not be long before he will strike out some new plan to astonish the country. Barnunt a boarding house keeper! Well if he is so a year from this date it will be at the head of some magnifi cent rival to the Astor, St. Nicholas or*Me tropolitan, and then again, with true friends in adversity Clustered around him, he can laughingly look back upon the past and siqg Ali Balia and Cogia’s song in the ‘F’orty Thieves:’ “Friends, li*e bees, when weulth abounds, Swarm at gy-tuls'.tingling, Hut w ben no gold resounds They vanish iu a tw inkling!” — Phil, Mg er , At tbc poet Heine's funeral, in accordance with the expressed wish of the deceased, no speeches were delivered. In a little poem, “ Memento Mo ri,'’ he expresses the wish somewhat thus : “ Oh ! let no mass be sung, No ritual read; 'In silence lay me down Amongst the dead. Enough, if, when returns My burial day, Mathilde, in mourning clad, Shall come to pray. “ Enough, if, whilst her cheeks The tear-drops lave, With fresh immortals She shall deck my grave.” Historical Accor nt of Hymen.— Hymen was a beautiful youth of Athens, who, for the love of a young virgin, disguised himself, and assisted at the Klusinian rites; and at this time he, together with his beloved, and divers other young ladies of that city, were surprised and carried off by pirates, who sup posed him to be what he appeared, was lodge- h his mistress. In the dead of night. eii the robbers were all asleep, he u”* uV ': Thence making hasty way ha * to bargained with the parent that he woibhl restore them their daughter and all her con.; anions, if they would consent to thevir marriage; which proving very happy, it bc’oav.w* •fot' custom to invoke the name of Ilymeu at all’ z>up tials. i J The Diary of an Ancient Hunter.—A book is shortly to be published in London, by Col. Rawlinson, the archaeologist, upon further discoveries which he has recently made in the ruins of Babylon and Nineveh. The correspondent of an English newspaper says ‘the Colonel has found Nebuchadnez zar's hunting diary, with notes and portraits of his dogs, sketched by himself, with his name under them He mentions in it hav ing been ill, and while lie was delirious he thought he had been turned out to graze like the beasts of the field. Is not this a wonderful corroboration of Scripture?— Rawlinson also found u pot of preserves in an excellent state, and gave some to the Queen to taste. How little Nebuchadnez zar's cook dreamt, when making them, that twenty-five centuries after the Queen of England would eat some of the identical preserves that figured at her master’s table!’ Wc don’t see exactly how the statement of Nebuchadnezzar corroborates Daniel.— The king intimates that while in a ‘delirious condition,’ lie thought he had been turned out to graze; whilst Daniel informs us that ‘he was driven from men,and dul eat grass as oxen, and his body was wet with the dews of heaven, till his hairs were grown as eagles’ feathers and his nails like birds’ claws.’ Madame Catarina and Goethe.— ‘‘Her want of literary attainments, joined to her vivacity in conversation, sometimes produced ludicrous scenes. When ut the court of W eiinar, she was placed at a dinner party by the side of Goethe, as a mark of respect to her by her royal host. The lady knew nothing of Goethe, but being struck by his majestic appearance, and the great attention ot which he was the object, she inquired of the gentleman on the other side wlmt was his name ‘The celebrated Goethe, Madam,’ was the answer. ‘Pray, on what instrument does he play?’ was the next question, ‘lie is no performer, Madam—lie is the renowned outhor of ‘Werther.” ‘O, yes, yes, I re member,’said Catalina; and turning to the venerable poet, she addressed him—‘Ah, sir, what nn admirer I am of ‘Werther!” 11 A low how was the acknowledgment for so flattering a compliment. ‘1 never,’ con tinued the lady, ‘I never read anything half so luugliahle in iny life. What a capital farce it is, sir!’ ‘.Madam,’ said the poet, looking aghast ''The Sorrows of Werther’a farce?’ ‘Oh, yes; never was anything so exquisitely ridiculous!’ rejoined Catalina, heartily, as she enjoyed the remembrance.— i And it turned out that she had been talk ing all the while of a ridiculous parody of ‘Werther,’ which hud been performed atone of the minor theatres of Paris, and in which the sentimentality of Goethe’s tale had been unmercifully ridiculed. The poet did not get over his mortification the whole evening; and the fair speaker’s credit at the court of Weimar was sadly impaired by this display of her ignorance of the illustrious Goethe aud the ‘Sorrows of Werther.’ ” — Hogarth: Airmails af the Musical Drama. A Story of the Emrargo of 1812.—Un der the impulse of the removal of the em bargo, there was a sudden rise in the value of properly, and such a demand for it that merchandise wits sometimes carried off from vessels before the owners arrived at their places of business, and the parties taking it came in afterward to say that they were at the owner’s mercy, aud must pay what they chose to n-k. A brig was lying in Boston harbor, which had come up new from Ply mouth just before the embargo was laid, ami was now in good condition, fit for sen. The Plymouth owner thought it was a good time to sell the brig, and sent up his son for the purpose, telling him to dcninnd eight thou sand dollars for her, and not to take less than six. John went to Boston, found how things were going, sold the brig in a moment, and hurried home, elated with his bargain. As he neared the house, he saw the old gen tleman marching up and down the piazza, aud presently rushing out to meet his son, a lid hear the result of the sale. ‘Have yon sold the brig, John?’ ‘Yes, father, you nmy be sure of that.’ ‘For how much, John?’ ‘For ten thousand dollars!’ ‘Ten thousand dollars!’ cried the old man, with staring eyes, at hearing a price more than double what the vessel cost. ‘Ten thousand dollars! I’ll bet you’ve sold her to some swindler who don’t care what the price is, and never means to pay his notes.’ ‘Notes, did you say, father? Why there is no note in the ease. I got the money and put it in the bank; draw, and you’ll get it.’ The old man's excitement suddenly cooled, and as the ruling passion rose in its place, he said: ‘I say, John, couldn’t you have got a Icetle morel' Hipam Powers, the sculptor, writes; <J am now most prosperous, having passed over manv years of great trial and difficulties, which, but for the Yankee Mood in my veins, would have broken me up long ago, and sent me home to pursue a more lucrative business.' PROFI AL. W. W. UPTON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, HAS withdrawn from Weavervile Professional business lor the present winter Correspon dents will direct their letters to him at Sacra mento. uia CD. II. I*. Norcross, Justice of the Peace. Office, on Court House Hill. Nov. 24.— tf nlo J. n. GORDON, M. D. M. SPENCER, M. C. DRS GORDON & SPENCER, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Office “Austin House,” up stairs. Muv 3.—tf nl. r > D. W. POTTER, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Office on Court street, neur (In' Court House. Weaverville, Trinity Co., Cal. uugll tf C. E. WILLIAMS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office on Court street, near the Court House. Weaverville, Trinity Co., Cal. augll tf H. J. HOWE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, and DISTRICT ATTORNEY, Office in the Adobe building, Court street. Weaverville, Trinity County, Cal. augll tf JNO. C. BURCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, corner C iurt and I Wy ler streets, Weaverville, Cal. mill tf * WILLIAM F. VAUGHAN, A T T O 11N E Y AT LAW, a n r> Justice of the Peace. Office with Williams A Potter, Court House Ilill. GREENHOOD & NEWEAUER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Segars and Tobacco. None but the choicest article offered in this market. Main street, (between the St. Charles and Independence Hotels,) Weaverville. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR GOLD DUST. mU-15 tf Lily Drug More. BARRY & CO,, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, West side Main street, Weaverville aug 11 tf L. DART LETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, T IAVING worked six years in the mines of Cal 1 J. ifornia, and three years ol the time in Trini ty county, enough to approve of the location, lias decided to invest all hit intin tin in and with this county, and will hereafter devote his efforts to liis profession trusting that by care and diligence he may secure the confidence and share the busi ness ol those unj'ortunau y “meshed in the law.” Room at the Independence. Weaverville, Feb. 7th, 1850. n3-tf MAGNOLIA SALOON. MAIN STKKKT, ... WKAVEUMI.LE. ham on hand Again ! r I''llIS Saloon has lately undi rgone a thorough I repair, and bet u greatly improved. The BOWLING ALLEYS having been entirely refitted, cannot fail to give satisfaction to those who may favor us with their patronage. All excel lent HI I, LI A lil i T A RLE lias ulso recently been added to the list of amusements and attractions of this Saloon. The proprietors being ever grateful for the lib erality bestowed iijioii them by their friends, would respectfully say that they will lie most happy at all times to wait upon them, whenever they can make it convenient to call. 1 S. D. IvREIDER A Co. Weaver, April 19, I85G. HI tf. 'J'KI.MTT (> IKDI.W STORK. MAIN .STltKKT, WKA VKIt\ IJ.I.K. fPIIE proprietors of this eslab'islnnciu would re- I spectfully announce to their their friends mid the public generally, that they keep constantly hand mnl for sale all kinds ol choice Vegetables, brought fre 'i Irom tln ir 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 mid Provision line. Their prices are low, the proprietors being determined to do a large busi ness at small profits. I fiends w ill please gii.iits a call. ,HORSE, MARIE & CO. N. It. We have a SAW MILL in operation on our Ranch, and will supply the citizens of Wea verville and vicinity w ith Lumber of a superior quality at very low rates. Orders for Lumber, left nt the “Trinity Gmden Store,” will be promptly attended to. Die. 8, 1855. M., ,\1. & CO. A. SO I.O Tl O N , Firc-l'niul 1 illicit Store, MAIN STREET, - - - WKAVERVll.I.E. (mat door to the Post ( (Jice .) PACKERS &. TRADERS SUPPLIED. I have just repeivi d a fresh assortment of all des criptions of Fashionable Clothing. Dry Goods, Boots A Shoes, Pocket A Table Cutlery. Pistols, Ac. A Iso. a choice seb ction of the first Brands ol Havana Cigars and Tobacco, and I feel confident that u call will prove entirely satisfactory. March 22,—9-tf. A. SOLOMON. DEO. .1. liKOOKS iN t o. PAPER WAREHOUSE, 123 SASSUME ST., - - SAN FRANCIJCO. |, ’Oil SALE 10,000 It rums Fine I 1’riuliug Paper, 22x32, 21x31, 21x3ti, 28x42, 32x10. 2000 Reams Fine Book Paper, 24x38, 40, 44, and 48 lbs. 10,000 Reams Manilla Paper all sizes in famuli bales of 10 reams each. 8000 Rectus Palm, Straw, Crown and Double Crown. 200 Gross Hart’s Playing Cards. Blank Cards, (lap and Letter Paper, and Light body's celebrated News Ink, together with a large slock of New and Fancy Job Type front Conner A; Suns foundry. Also, Hoc and Buggies’ Prin ting and Job Pre.sses. Sun Francisco, January 185C. n3-3m Humboldt Shaving Saloon, AND BATH ROOMS, Main Street, Weaverville. 1 1'HE UNDERSIGNED amumnees that his Es- JL taljlisbment, so lung known to the public, has recently undergone thorough repairs and altera tions, and been tilted up in a style of elegance un surpassed by uny similar house in Northern Cali fornia. it has been his aim to make it uu agree able and delightful resort lor gentlemen desirous of undergoing tousoriul 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 to its superiority, to those who have already honored him with their patronage, except to assure them that it is very much iru proved iu every respect. No pains will be spaaed to make his Saloou a pleasant place of resort. ISAAC DIXON. Weaverville, Nov. 17 ( 1855, n 14-tf TVIXrAI.. Sheriff's Sale. Fyy virtue of an Execution to me directed. i=su ) cd out of the Hon. District Court, of the 15th Judicial District, in and for Trinity County, ou u Judgment rendered therein, on the 24th day of March, A. D. 1856, against James Dixon, \V. Ry an. D. Murphy, R. Ryan. P. McGrath T. Fennes sy. J. F. Weeks, John Harper, M. Malone. — Ma lone, D. Twoey, J. Marklie, D. McCarty. Tim O’- Neil. M.Griffith, P. Spellman, J. Lumlie,T. Couch, and John O'Keefe, and in favor of L. W. Ludwig, E. Donnolly, 11. Overmole, 8. Kyle, T. Raye, S. Clingley, J. D. Ludwig and II. Conroy, for the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars, principal, and three hundred and forty-six 85-100 dollars, costs of suit, amounting to live hundred and nine ty-six 85-100 (596 85,) dollars, 1 have levied up on and seized the following described property, to wit: ‘-One Home, known as the Sidney Gulch Flume, being situated on the east side of Sidney Gulch, below the junction of Sidney and McKen zie Gulch. Also, the mining claim of Dixon A Co., situa ted on Sidney Flat, and adjoining the claim known us tin: Brown claim, now owned by Bunker <fc Co. Also, the mining claim of Ryan. McGralf & Co. siluati d opposite “ Happy Jack’s” flume, and ad joining Dixon & Co’s claim, on the upper side. Also, the claim of Harper and others, situuted on Sidney Flat, near the head of Ludwig A - Co’s flume, and between the claims of Cosgrove A Han non, and those of McCarty A Co. Also, the claims of McCarty, Malone and oth ers, on Sidney Flat, adjoining the lower end of Harper A (Jo's. Claim, together with all and sin gular the appurtenances and hereditaments, wat er races and water privileges, thereunto belong ing or in any wise appurtaining,” the above des cribed properly being in Trinity County, and on or lioar Sidney Flat, and taken as the property of the aforesaid Defendants, and will expose at pub lic sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the claims as above d-scribed, in the town of Wea vers'i lie, on Wednesday, tin* I Itli day ol' .May, A. I>. I8.5G, at 1 o'clock, p. m.. the above described properly, to satisfy said Judg ment and costs, and accruing costs. —Dated, Wea vtwville, April 29, 1856. E. NEBLETT, Sheriff. By .1. A. Watson, Deputy. Sheriff s Sale. BY virtue of an Execution .to me directed, issu ed out of the Hon. District I'Vmrl of the 9th Judicial District, in ami for Shasta Cftr.v.ily,State of California, on a judgment ivnd n il tin refn on the 9d day of April, A. D. 1856, against 1). La tlirop,S. S. Gilman. A. It Envle. John Robinson. A. Waters and and W. .1. Organ, and in favor of ileury llussuin. Thos. Hall, Ell s Flowers, Win. Ferguson, A. Hud-oil, Win. Allen and S. B. Phil lips. for the ruin of six hun(1r< d and tw< lve dol lars, ($612) a- costs in case of Lathrop and oth ers, vs. llassam and others, — I have 1 vied upon and seiz' d the following describ d property, to wit: “A flume and water-race. Saw mill, togeth er with all and singular, the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging.or in any wise appurtaining. known as the Canon City M II a: d \\ uter Company, and n corded in I! cord' l 's nfiic in Trinity County, in Book D. page 999. IS., d Hume and racecoiiveyingwatcr from Canon Cm k commencing opposite Canon City, and thence con veying water down said Creek, so as to web r the bars down said Creek. And also one flume and water race known a» the >St. Louis Water Co. No. 2, and is cord, d in Recorder’s office. Trinity Co. Book D. page 288, said flume and race commenc ing above Canon City, and constructed so as to convey a portion of the water of said Creek along on the bars of said Creek, said property being sit uated on Cafion Creek, in Trinity County. State ef California, and will expose to sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, fort.‘ASM at the Court House door, on Saturday, .May I5d, . A. I). 18.5(1, between the hour- of to o"< lock, ! a. in. and 4 o'clock, p.m. the above described prop erty, to satisfy said judgment, costs and accruing costs. -Dated. April 7th. A. D. 1856. ED. NEBLETT, Sheriff By J. A. Watson, Deputy. I )OSTl'ON MM ENT.- By order of the Court, the I above sale is postponed until the IHtli day of May, A. I). 18.50. E. NEBLETT, Sheriff By J. A. Watson, Deputy. April 14, 1856. Insolvent Notice. IN the maljer of John 11. Robinson.- In the Dis trict Court of the 15th Judicial District Court, Trinity ('o. 1 1 appearing from reading the Affidavit and schedule, and the petition of the said J. It. Robin son, upon application to cede his property and a-sets to his creditors, and lie discharged from his debts, that said petitioner’s application is in ac cordance with the statute in such case made and psovided. It is ordered that the creditors of the aforesaid John II. Robinson, petitioner, ho and appear before me. at Chambers, in Wenvcrville, in the County of Trinity, State of California, on the Itltlidayof May A. I). 18.5(1 a( l(> oYleeli A . ,M . then and there to show cause, if any they have, why an assignment of the estate of the said John. II. Robinson, petitioner, should not he made, and he he discharged from his debts, and tile Clerk of this Court is hereby ordered to give notice of this order to the said creditors of the said petitioner, by publishing the same in a newspaper published in said County, for 90 days, ! and it is hereby further ordered that all proceed ings for the recovery of debts against said peti tioner be stayed. Given under my hand this. 7th day of April A. D. 1856. J.S. 1’ITZER, District Judge. 15th Judicial District. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 County of Trinity, \ s ' s ' I. H. J. Sea man. Clerk of the District Court in and for the County and Slate aforesaid, hereby certify the foregoing n true copy of the order in the matter of John II. Robinson, now on record in my office. Witness my hand and seal of said Dist. I,. S. Court, hereto affixed. April. 11th 1856. II. J. SEAMAN, Clerk. April 12, 12-4w. Insolvent Notice. I N the matter of Robert S. Brainard- To the Dis ; I trlct Court of the 15th Judicial District, Trini 1 ty County. It appearing from reading the Affidavit nnd | schedule, and the petition of said Robert S. Brain ard, upon applit ation to cede his property and as sets to his creditors, and be discharged from his debts, that said petitioner’s application is in ac cordance with the statute in such cases made and provided. It is nnh r <1 that the creditors of aforesaid Robert S.Brainard,petitioner, be and ap pear before me, at Chambers, in Weavervillo. at the County of Trinity, State of California, on the 1‘Jtli day of May, A. 1). 1854i, at It) o'- clock, A. .\f. then ami there to show cause, if any they have, why an assignment of the estate ol the said Roberts. Brainard, petitioner, should not be made, and .lie be discharged from his <1 tils. And the Clerk of this Court is hereby ordered to give notice of this order to the said cr d I tors of the i said petition! r. by publishing the same in a news j paper published in said County, for th'rty days. And it is hereby further onl< red that all proceed ings for the recovery of debts against said peti tioner be stayed. Given under my hand this. 7 1 li day of April, A. D. 1856. (Signed,) J. S. I’lTZER, Dist. Judge. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I . Count v oi'Tin Nirv, j" ' Lit. J.S a mail, Chrk of tb District Court, afor sa d. In r - by certify the forego ug to lie a tin copy of the order made, and now on tile ill my office, ill the above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seal of said Dist. b. s. Court, her. to affixed. Done at office in Weavervillo, April lltli, A. I). 1856. 11. J. SEAMAN, Clerk. R. G. Sti wit, Deputy. April 12. 1856. 12-1 w. County Scrip Wanted. rpilK highest price will he paid for Five Tliou- J sand Dollars in Trinity County Scrip. Warrants of any and all issues, and fur any a mniuit bought, Apply to JOHN (J, BI RCH. Weaver. April 26, 1856. 11 if. MEG I IA NTC AL DER SEWING MACHINE ! HAVING purchased a heavy stock of Domes tics at present low rates, we are enabled to offer still greater inducements than heretofore, in the way of Sewing. Those having House Li nings to sew, call at our Establishment. FLOU11 BAGS made at San Fran cisco rates. 1I0SE con stantly on hand, and made to order. CARPETS,Duck Pants, and If I I) I N G S K I UTS, Sewed on the Machine, superior to anything done in the country. 1). M. EDER & Co. Weaverville, May 3, 185(1. 15-tf. *s X LIKE DELS, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER West side of Main street, Weaver, (OPPOSITE THE “ DIANA,”) Has for sale an extensive assortment of GOLD AND SILVER M ATCHES, PLAIN AND DIAMOND RINGS, WATCH CHAINS, DUE YSTP1NS, BRACELETS, and JEWELUV of every description CLOCKS, etc., AT IlEASONAIiT.lt TEHMS. Particular attention given to the repairing of Watches. Specimens neatly set. and all kinds of Califor nia Jewelry manufactured to order, no. 15 tf BLACIZ SMITHING. f tAlil! A. FROST would respectfully in vy form tla> )iublic that they can always be found at their old stand on Main street, directly oppo site the Independence Hotel, where tliey are al ways prepare d to execute every description ot Work in their line of business, with promptness, and in the most skiu.it 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 ri usoimble rates. T lin.ii 1:' ii 1 to the public for I heir past patronage, v would r. sp ctfully solicit a continuance oi then" .favors. Xron, Stool, and IJlackfiiiiitli** v 1 ■.*< n< rully, aH\ :• v <-ii hand a d for s.v.bi Weaver, Fi ll. 23, 1STII, 5 Yj&'iiD A 'WAlOUdiU CARPENTERS AND JOINERS, I Y I iSI’l it TI FLLY inform the citi/i ns of Wen ! Y v rv lie and v clnily, that they are always ins par'd to r \i cute nil orders in their line of hiisiiu■:s. Tin y tender their sincere thanks to th -T ninny friends and patrons for past favors, and hope, by punctuality, to merit a continuance of the same. ITS W. have In connection with their, pjT’iW i Capenter and Joiner’s eslaldislient, a -v»' r Wagon where all work n]ipertalning to that branch of business will meet with prompt attention. All work done with dispatch. Give them a call, and see for yourselves. ii '),. All kinds of Cabinet Furniture, such as ('Imirs. If dsteads. Tables, .Salas, Bureuas, Ac. Ac. made on short notice. Shop on Court street, one door above the l r . S. Bakery. nl-tf 31 <1.1. A N A. \\ i: A V K R , (St i l l -suits III DEOKUE M INTiI.ER,) BLACKSMITHS, COtTRT STREET, - - WEAVERVILLE. I 3 LACKSM ITU I NT! of all kinds. Horse, I ) Mule and < >x Shoeing, done in the best liininier. and on reasonable terms for Cash. A large assortment of Miners’ Tools. Rockers, Toms. Picks, Shovels, (Tow-Bars, Tom and Rock er Irons, Sluicing Folks, and a great variety of II A It i) \\ A R C , kept constantly on hand and for sale at our Shop, situate on Court stnei I, near the Union Hotel. Thankful for past favors, we hope by close ap plication to business, to merit a share of public patronage. Minersaud others wishing anything in our line will do well to give us a call. M< LEAN A WEAVER. Weaver, April 12, 1850. 12-tf. PHOTOGRAPHY. f I MIE subscriber begs b ave to return his tlmuks I to the residents of Trinity Co. for their liher , and inform them that lie suite of Rooms near the nl patronage heivtofor has recently fitted up corner of C <>l l!T AXDTAVI.OH STREETS, for the purpose of taking DAGUERREOTYPES, that shall compare Invornlily with any taken in the State, and at REDUCED' PRICES. Having secured Hie services of Mr. Raenhart, an eminent Artist, late from NEW YORK CITY, lie feels no hesitation in assuring his friends and the public generally, that lie will be enabled to give ENTIRE SATISFACTION. ROOMS OPEN EVERY DAY. taken in Cloudy Weather ns will as in fair. Children taken in fair weather, between the hours of 11 a. tn. and 3 p. M. Ladies should bear in mind that dark dresses take the best in Da guerreotypes. pdS~\ ii ws of Mining Claims. Flumes, Ac, ta ken at short notice and on favorable terms. FANCY CASES always on hand. O. 11. P. NORCROSS. Weaver, March 8, 1855. 7-tf. VARIETY STORE. New Fire-Prool' Brick Building MAIN ST. ... - WEAVEUVILi (Adjoining the Independence lintel,) A. CANTORQiVITZ Sr CO. WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALERS IN’ Dry-fiOods, nothin *. Boots A: Mum s, iVr, HAVING had experience in Merchandising, es pecially in thi- town, for nearly three years we assure the put lie that mir in \v stock of Goods in';* received s tli choicest nod best in lies mar ket. being selected with reference to the wants II thi- community. We clr i rlitliy inviP tin l ad ■ ;r d >, of Wi avi rv 11 ■ a id ' i< ! ifty to call a our newly --h ct d foci- of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, consisting ol DRY-GOODS. CLOTHING, llOtt'l - A S11 iES HATS. BONNETS AND M ANTTLI.AS, CARPETS AND WALL PAPERS SADDLERY\ CUTLERY, Ac. Ac. as w - van assur ■ tli m that llo y will lind our good? sa t d to lie r taste and uoee.-siiies, and at very LOW PRICES. J _ One of our firm has already left for the Atlantic Stat s, to purchase goods for this market, and to supply a branch house at the city of Sail Francis co- A. CANTOROWITZ A Co. Weaver, March 8. Ih56, 7-tf. IJL'oluiioii oi*Copartnership. \j°T_!CE is hereby given that the Copartner 13 ship heretofore existing under the llrm of i'laau A Reiehardt, in the U. 8. Bakery, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, All persons in debted to -aid firm,either bv Note or Book Account, will phase come forward and make im mediatc settlement, as one of the firm is uuvious to leave the State. 0. F. FRAATZ Sr Co. Weaver. April 14, jj ,f SAN FRAN CISCO CLOTHING. Per late Arrivals from N. YorU* CASES of New style fancy Cassimere Pants. Cases of Plain and fancy Satinett Pants. Cases of Linen Duck and Cottonade Pants. Cases of Black cloth frock and business Coats. Cases of denim Overalls and Jumpers. Cases of light grey Flannel Overshirts. Cases of linen Check Shirts. Cases of white L. B. Shirts. Cases of grey and white Merino Shirts and Drawers. Cases of Cotton and Wool Socks. Bales of Blue and Scarlet Blankets. In addition to the above we have a great vane tv of Goods in our line too numerous to mention, selected by one of the firm now in New York, which will be sold at the lowest market rates, by Hu* package or single dozen ; to which we mu e the early attention of hi'yers. JENNINGS A BREWSTER, Granite store, No. 72 Battery street, ap.19.13-3m. San Francisco. REMOVAL. .1 ANSON, HOi>'l> Co> t T I MPORTERS and SOBBERS' of FOREIGN and I DOMESTIC DRY-GOODS, lu’vc removed their stock to ll>.» flattery, cor. Clay St., where they will be happy to wait on their friends. They have in store and constantly arriving— India, Dwight, Stark A ,Salmon Fall Frown Drills, Apploton. Howard, Nashua Extra A Utica Brown Sheetings, Laconia. Amnskeag’s and other Bleached Drills, 7 s. I 4, 6-1. 8-4,A 10-4 Bli a.Sheetings,vari. hr’ds. Thorndike, Lehigh, Mohawk and other Ticking, JeWett City, Webster and Lancaster Denims, Keystone, Jewett City and Octnora Stripes, M rriniac, Cocln eo, Conestoga A Allen’s Prints, Blue A Orange. Blue A White. Green A Orange do. Cotton Duel;, various brands, from No. 100 to 10, Methuen, Howard. Bear A Potomac Raven Ducks, Cambric, Clu cks, Cottonades and Jeans, Ginghams, Lawns, Chintz A other Dress Goods, Flannels, Cassimcres, Coatings and Linens, Colton Hose, Sucks. Shirts. Overalls, White, Blue and Scarlet Blankets, Satinets, Ken tucky Jeans, Sec. Table i)ainasks, Towelling, Drapers. Ac. And a large and well assorted stock of Miscel laneous Dry Goods, which they offer low and on the most advantageous terms. AT THEIR NEW STAND. !».‘> Battery stn et, cor. Clay, np. fi,— 0 m. San Francisco. Dm:;- ?tml Mrtlidnos. REHiNGT O N & Co., St Sue IT'aneiseo. • s. I ' ” “Tornado,'' JaviV 11 f Blit ! n * “ nd Reporter Tart are Acid, Ca-torOil, Sulphur. Bay Rum. Jamaica Ginger, Calahra Licorice, Fresh Hops in bales, “ o “ paper Iodide Potass, Adhesive Plaster, Sulph. Morphine, Shaker's Herbs, Oil Bergamot, Oil <Iriganum, Oil Lemon, Oil Rose, Oil Sassafras, <1' nes. Ora f e!-, r \l J o.V.es', Sand-' S tr nparlla, Townsend’s Sar 1 nparilla, Bull’s S ir-apar'lla. Shaker's Sarsaparilla, Mev Mu-tang Linnment, Lyon’s Flea Powder, Brown's E-s. Ginger, Barry’s Tricopherous, Isingla-s. White Wav, Yellow Wax, Borax, Epsom Salts, Potash. Irish Moss, together with a full assortment of Drugs and M< dioinos, enmpris’ng every article required by the trade. RF.DINGTON A Co. 1H Jm. Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco. BARBIER’S " GRAPE” GINGER f | JIIIS excellent and salubrious beverage is man- I iifaclnml of PURE WHITE WINES and JA MAICA GINGER ROOT, and is warranted supe rior to any Ginger Wine ever offered to the pule lie. The manufacturer of Ibis Wine 1ms spared no expense in getting the best of materials, and can now oiler an article which the most abstemi ous and temperate person can use with the most bench' al effects. I f is particularly recommended to LADIES as a Stimulating mid Strengthening tonic, and particularly adapted to the climate of California. Manufactured and sold by A. BARRIER, 118 Washington street, Sail Francisco. Sold only to the jobbing trade in cases and kegs. Also for sale, Cordials and Syrups, especially ex tra Raspberry Syrup. no.12.-2m. FJ Sacramento brand—dark, peach flavored, El Sacramento brand- dry, light colored. Mayflower brand- 12 plugs to the pound. The above brands of Jones A Hudson’s celebra ted manufacture’ in lots lo suit, for sale by SAM’L. H. PRICHARD, Agent for the Manufacturers. ’ pilE UNDERSIGNED It I.SPECTFULLY offers I his services to the merchants in the interior as a Commission Buyer of Goods in San Francisco i having been engaged in that business for nearly three years past, with three years experience in the I interior. He hopes to give satisfaction to such as | may employ him in that capacity. Orders for nnv description of merchandise filled end forwarded ; promptly. SAM E. H. PRICHARD i I p stairs, cor. Battery and Sacramento stu dec.20-n.20. San Francisco. I-. i». risnpits ADVERTISING AGENCY, IKON nill.m.NO, OITOSITE T1IB PACIFIC EXP OFFICE, (CP STAIRS.) P. F„ is Sole Agent for Mir | I J, lowing Newspapers, published in Cal j nia. Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands; Sacramento Lnion; San Joaquin Renuldi Stockton; M irv-ville Herald: Nevada Join Columbia Gazette; Grass Valley Telegr Shasta Courier; Empire Argus. Column: M tain Democrat. Plaeerville; Amador Sent Jackson; ATeka Union; VVcnrerrille Demo Petaluma Journnl; San Jose Telegraph; Cr| [ Farmer. Saeramento City; Southern Oa| onin. I..,- Angel,-: San Dic'igo ITernht- Or nian. Portland. O. T.: Or mm Statesman IV r ." n ' 1 DeiiH" rat, Olympia, Puget So I or, it* sum. 11<>n«>1 11 1u. „,N' '! ,) I . )V ERT1SKMENTS and SURSCI 1 If IN' soln-ited fur the ahove named Panel" t lb 1,1 the prill,-pal Pap, r- of California Oregon may he found at this office, Advertisin': in M»e> Atlantic Stairs. T P ’’ hac r.«wc»mpl ted |,ts arrange* 1 t ■ ts to nl it n Jo ii ,. „ V H' 1 17 r t l*u 1 d ,, t . \l! 1,t ,- States , ' 11 ' ' ' etlon ot r j satisfactory manner, 1 AH so disposi d, are invited to oal o m 1,-av, In ir or b j. w. SUIaLIV A vs Great Pacific Empor Post Office Buildings, corner Clay end streets. San Francisco. r | Mil: Proprietor has. after |,,ng and I labor, and serious expense, sno C( , . , gauizing arrangements wi'h s, " Lxpte.ses, Agene;,', H all(l Mitik ' 11 '■ -iranil near, by which he Is enable P 1 V ;l variety and amount of the N LU1 * -Vl’ERs, MAGAZINES, , AND REV than any other establishment on the Puei Agents ami Dealers Are respectfully informed that owing it pie resources of the establishment, and t economy of its management, the Proprii all times happy and ready to execute th mands at the LOWEST PRI<TS n