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Trinity River Correspondence.
Canadian Bar, June lt-od.
Messrs. Editors : — Had I not supposed
that tiiis place had t : into the shades of
oblivion, I should have written for your val
uable columns long siuce, but, owing to the
stirring and 1 may say, startling events of
the past six weeks, it 1ms caused me to come
to the conclusion that 1 was wrong, and that
there has been a sudden revulsion of feel
ing somewhere. It may be that the “law
and murder” party of San Francisco have
caused it ; if so, this is the wrong place, as
we are all Vigilance men.
But 1 believe could the approaching Fall
election speak, it would tell the true tale.—
The office-seekers are already visiting us,
ami although when We saw them coming,
we were somewhat alarmed, yet, w hen their
friends informed us it was cilice they want
ed, our feats were allayed, and we settled
into the conclusion that “nips" would be
flowing in abundance ; nor w ere we deceived.
Hut we cannot vote for all, neither must
they be disappointed if theyure not all elect
ed, as 1 understand that every fifth man in
Trinity is a candidate for some olliee this Fall.
.Notwithstanding the many misrepresenta
tions made on Monday morning last, a few
miles from here, regarding this place, the
fascinating Miss Lizzie Burbank and her
Troupe made their appearance here that eve
ning, giving general satisfaction to all. Ev
ery ou£ seemed highly gratified, and, in fact
all whom 1 have heard speak of it, assert
that it was perfectly “satisfactory,” and if
.Miss 1>. can only say site was satisfied with
us, 1 can assure her, she shall be more than
doubly so, should she visit us again.
It was in the (’otilion Party alter the per
formance, that she won the esteem and re
gard of all, by her easy maimers in the dunce
and w altz, and her courtesy and impartiality
to all.
The various Mining companies in these
parts are doing well, yet there is room for
hundreds more, provided they arc of the
right kind, and men of energy aud enter
prise, but \vc want no loafer
Canadian Bar in itself is not a very large
liar, being situated directly opposite Tay
lor’s Flat, which is the main point of busi
ness, but the whole vicinity is known by the
name of Canadian Bar, probably on account
of the richness of its diggings, which it seems
impossible to work out. Taylor's Flat con
tains three line stores and an excellent meat
market, and all we now want is a respecta
ble boarding-house.
Our diggings are good—we have money
enough to support us comfortably, and some
left for pleasure. YVe believe ourselves to
be hospitable, for our doors are ever open
to every honest person, whom we shall treat
as one of ourselves, aud although our num
bers may not be large, yet we are united,
and while united I believe wo can stand. -
\Ve have no petty quarrels, no strife, no
base designs to accomplish, which require
us to slander our neighbors, and we can as
semble together on an evening and enjoy
ourselves in the dance or otherwise, without
angry words or jealous feelings occurring,
and can return to our respective homes so
ber, and mutually satisfied with each other.
As this is already too lengthy, l must
pause till some iuture time, when 1 shall en
deavor to give you a more accurate account
of our prospects and doings here.
As the Express visits us but once a week,
and other means ol conveyance to \\ caver
is very irregular, I regret that this cannot
reach you in time for your issue of the ilSth
inst. More anon. Yours, &c. Jin.
For the Journal.
Ed. Journal : —Knowing your great- de
sire for country news, and your anxiety to
know w hat is generally going on throughout
the County, 1 have volunteered to give you
the beuelit of my observations in a portion
of it. 1 am not a keen-sighted person, but
1 was soon made to know that people riding
fust mules aud drinking fim Schnapps were
at once set dow n us regular out and out can
didates for olliee, aud treated accordingly ;
so 1 prudently reined in my animal, and
t never did hjte tSehuapps. Notwithstand
ing, Schnapps were regularly poked out at
me, auii 1 hud to swear so oluu that 1 was
not a candidate, that my rig lit arm actually
became fixed in an elevated position, But
it was all tio go—ucgatioa meant scheming.
And dear bless us, schemers, if you only
knew of the viols ol wrath to lie be poured
out upon your devoted heads, you’d leave oflf
scheming. Hut it is much better to scheme
than to ruu for office, as you will acknowl
edge when you have heard all my testimony.
Bather than suffer martyrdom for schem
ing, 1 reluctantly consented to be considered
u candidate for the time being, aud was just
getting glorious over my supposed release
from difficulties, when a big, long, cadiver
ous looking fellow, a particular iricud, call
til me to one side. 1 knew something had
broke, lie commenced : “ By O , the) \e
4 ol it all along the river that )OU ate one ui
those d- ——d Northern Abolition nigger
stealers?” Oh no, says 1, I ’uiut that, you
know—hut come, let’s drink. Agreed, says
he—-happy man 1. But oh. how vuiu ure
human hopes, for I hud hardly ceused speak
ing before I buil to go out aud swear tor a
rampant Abolitionist, eternal hostility toer
cry institution emanating from the sunny
South. Then came along a Democrat, and
proclaimed aloud, “ the platform, the plat
form, you must stand upon the platform !"
Why, bless us, yes, says I—I'll stand any
place ; where’s your platform, I’ll stand on
it. “ It’s the great Democratic platform ;
proclaim aloud you'll stand upon the plat
form.’’ Just then along came “ Sam,’’ and
shook his coat. Says I, take me, “ Sam,’’
and he conducted my into n by place, and
there made known to me the secresies per
taining to his faith, and set me free from my
fermenters, giving me kind udmonitions,
however, as to my future conduct, and gen
eral directions as to my bearing towards
Irishmen. Once more 1 went my any re
joicing. But after 1 had left,cadiverou< nig
ger stealer and “Sain” got to diseanting on
my merits, my antecedents, ike., each clos
ing me as his own. which l hearing of, thro’
the interest of a good, kind soul, found an
other road to travel, and thus ends this epis
tle. Bonus.
Simons for 1. \nn:s. — Anew article of
ladies’ dress has made its appearance in
Broadway, and as a description of it may
prove ol interest to our lady readers, we
give one we find in the Home Journal. —
That paper says :
A promenade over-dress—being a close
fitting coat, like the New York surtout,
worn only bv gentlemen—only not so long.
It is all the rage at present in I’aris, and
pear drab eachmere or pelisse cloth, are the
good- preferred. The cut isbouble-hrcustcd,
with four pearl or passementerie buttons on
each side of the lapels, and two buttons at
the waist behind, at the junction of the box
plaits and side seams. The collar is tpiitc
small. ’Hie sleeves are cut in pagoda style
—that is, with very little fullness at the
arm hole, and formed to lit. the urtn nearly
to the elbow, from w lienee they widen so as
to become very large and llowing at the
wr.st, where they are turned over to form a
round cuff of three inches in deeptli. For
a waist sixteen inches in length, and cut in
a regular circle, to sew without fulness to
the boddiee, and still fall gracefully over a
hooped skirt of moderate amplitude. The
linings are of silk serge to match, and the
edges are bound with line galloon. There
are two diagonal pockets in the skirts.—
This garment should be cut and made by a
tailor who possesses some knowledge of the
ornamental art, when it becomes the most
attiY.rtivu and comfortable garment for ] rom
enado that was ever adopted by the ladies.
may Al)Vj:i:tisi:m '1's.
Dissolution of Partnership.
r 1M1 l: Partnership h- vctoi’orc existing between
I the undersigned will expire In mutual i-iin
sent, July 1st, Will. Persons indebted to the linn
are requested to nuilie iinmeiliute payment.
cordon ii .-'riixciin.
Our Book .oil accounts law c heen placed in the
hands of John <’. Hurch. Attorney at Law. Weu
vorville, for collection, v.iio is authorized to re
ceipt in our names, and to whom all persons know
ing themselves indebted to u» will make immedi
ate payment, and thereby save costs.
J. b. GORDON,
m. spencer.
Wearer, June 28, 1856. 23-3 w.
Noiiin Imiuk, June 30, 1856.
Du. Enwu:n lilt: vsox In ar Sir: Circumstan
■s over which we have had no control have plac
l ns iu a position whereby we are reluctantly
compelled to solicit the use of your name at a
candidate lor Sin rill' of Trinity County. Numer
ous and various have been the causes which lint
led us to take this course. We belong to no par
ty clique. We believe that the office hould seek
the man instead of the man the office. In select
ing you as our choice, we have been actuated by
the old Jeflersotliuu doctrine- is he honest ' is he
capable ? and will he support the I 'oust it lit ion V
lining fully satisfied tlmt your integrity and hon
or is w orthy of our support, w e most unhesitating
ly declare you the candidate of our choice.
it remains for you to choose your future desti
ny—we are but the creatures of your will and a
w nit with deep and heartfelt anxiety a reply to
our solicitations, hunting the giant Democracy
and the phantom American to the ground.
We remain your obed’t servants.
Meridith Kelley, II. A. Kell y, George Yolti.
John Dell, T. D. Ketchmn, C. Gee,
O. J. Dyer, II. O. Adams, S. L. Moore,
C. U. II. Siinhury, A. 1. liilay, II. Sehlamer,
A. L. McWhorter. Dennis Maekty, It. Hughes,
Titos. CliawuhT, C. M ckle. (‘litis. Wil.-du.
G. \Veenlieihier, John Mick* I. J. 1‘oeul,
\ . G.uulu-ehlaiga. .1. W cinlu liner, John Clark.
Julv
II. M. McKinue,
5, ltooti.
11.
Waters.
24 lw.
rn II
I Id
Sumsiions.
State of C'alil'ot niti,
t m , n os t HIM i y i
In tin' DUtrirt ('ii.it i ij tlii Id III Judicial I'nine 1 .
Susan Young, pi’ttl. \ . And: r-on 4 ouiig, ilelt.
k peopgk tie i in;state m CALI
FORNIA, To A.ilcrson Voting: You are
hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Su
.san V dung, tiled against you. as follows : It serv -
ed on you in this County, within ten days ; H serv
ed out <d said County and in this Judicial Dis
trict within twenty days ; in all othereases within
forty days, in each case exclusive of the day of
such service, in an action commenced against you
iu the aforesaid Colilt, on the 27th day of June,
A. D. lbdli, wherein the said plaint ill prays judg
ment against you, the said dcteuda.it, lor a Dc
erce of Divorce from the bomb, of matrimony,
as in said plaiutitt's complaint more fully appears.
If you fail to answer saal Complaint as her* in di
rected, the plaiulitl will take judgment against
you by default, and will apply to this Hon. Court
lor the ii lief in said Compiumt demanded.
Given under my hand and the Seal
of the District Court of the loth Ju-
Distr ct. tins 27 th day of June.
“*”®**™ ii die v> ar oi our land ooe thou-and
eight hundred and fifty-six.
II. J.SEAMAN,Clerk.
By Ii. G. Sit viiT, Dcp. Clerk.
I In loth Judi
j rial Dint. Court
May Term, A.
:itv and State.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
County of Trinity,
in and for said Oou
D. 1856.
Susan Young, V
vs - / Action for Divorce.
Anderson Young.)
It appearing to tho satisfaction of the Cour
that service cannot be made on the Defendant i
the above entitled cause, because he cannot b
found in this Slate. It is therefore ordend tha
service thereof be made by publication of th
Summons against -aid Dt fondant, opv,. a WC( ,,,
twelve weeks, in 'he •• Trinity Journal," publish
evl in the County of Trinity. And the Clerk <
this Court is hereby directed to issue- u Summon
SPtj certificate as required iu this Order.
(Signed,) J- S. IT I/Elf, Oist. Judge,
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, s8 I
Comity of Trinity, I G D. J. s, a
man, Clerk of the Court aforesaid, hereby certil
the above a true copy of the (>rdur ot said Gout
now on tile in my office,
.. lu witut'Kb wluTtutt I hereunto sc
t t my hand anil seal ol said Court, this 27t
, L - ) day of Juue, A. D. 1»5«.
' ’ H. J. SEAMAN, Clerk.
Bv R G- Stcirt, Deputy. ‘21 Tim.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
R. W. WILSON. Proprietor.
r PHIS well-known Hotel, situated on Mskn
I St.. Weavervillu. having been refitted,
and a numlier of large. well-ventilated bed-rooms
added to it. is now opened, by R. W. Wilson.
The Sleeping apartments and Table being un
der the personal supervision of
M II S. W I LSON,
all who may favor this House with their patron
age may feel confident of having the best the mar
ket affords, as well as every attention to make
them comfortable, on terms to suit the times.
Weaver, June 2d, ldoti. 23-tf.
lrfpn v
MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE.
*2 Doors above the Journal Olliiee.
jj j AVING permanently established ourselves in
.1 ! the Gardening I nisi in ss. v e have no hesitation
in saying to the citizens of Weaverville that we
can and w ill supply them with the finest and ear
liest vegetables brought to this market, at such
prices that none eau go away dissatistied.
."I LLIA AN .V FELT Eli.
Weaver. June 28, ls.'o;, 23-tf.
INDEPENDENCE HOTEL.
I. DAV.S. Proprietor
r I Mils popular Hotel is now under the ,» ‘4fN
I management ol the Proprietor and his '.HI
lady whose experience in the business is J
not excelled by any in this part of the Stale. I tie
House i- new, and furnished in the best style.
The rooms are large and airy , and suited to the
wants of all. and the beds new and clean, being
under the immediate charge of
M 1{ S. DAVIS.
In short, the Proprietor Hatters himself that en
tire satisfaction will be given to those who favor
him w ith their patronage. The business w ill be
conducted on the CASH system, exclusively. A
continuance of public patronage is solicited.
Weaver. Julie -8, 1 Soli. go lf.
j. b. Gordon, m. d.
Dl!. GORDON will continue to practice Medi
cine and Surgery. Culls from a distance must
be accompanied by the Fi;i. to insure his attention.
23-tf.
Wearer, June 28. I Sot',.
$50 Reward.
r pi IE above Rewasd will be paid to any person
I who will give such inform.ituni us will lead to
the detection and coin ietion of the person or pi r
sous who have within the past few weeks willullv
removed and destroyed the Sign Hoards on the
\ reka Trail, between this place and Hates' Rauch.
E. G. JOSI.IN.
Weaver, June 28, 185G 2H tf.
TO DRUGGISTS &, PHYSICIANS.
II A V K recently reluoved to the large liriek
Stun'. Montgomery street, near Market, and
hal e opened a large and superior assortment of
French, English, and American
D1U'GS, PER I T M ER V. INSTKl MEATS,
Apothecaries’ and Fancy Artioles ;
OF LATE IMPORTATION,
And am now offering Ihem wholesale, at the low
est market price, to which 1 would respectfully
ihvite the attention of Persons desiring HI RE
DREGS at the /"',.■<( prt’ 1 y .
The goods were selected under my personal su
pervision in Europe, from the mist Cidebrated
Manufacturers, and 1 foci confident that I can sup
ply those in want, with satisfaction. The terms
will be made agreeable. H. H. Til WER,
Montgomery st„ near Market, San Francisco.
>Sati Francisco, June 28. 1850. 23-lm.
Nichols’ Patent Combination
SOBA F'OTJNTJkJiN
and PA TENT t ARHONIC ACID
cv ■.-cm n c: a «e wr • a so sj «
Patented July 2.1, 185 I.
r p H E AMERIC \N SODA FOUNTAIN COM
1 CAN V, manufacturing the above Soda \Yat. r
Apparatus, would call the attention of Druggists.
Confectioners, Grocers. Hotel Keepers. Masters of
Steamboats. Ocean Packets. Keepers of Saloons.
Ac., to these cheap, compact, convenient Instru
ments. lleyotid all quest ion. they are the cheap
est. most compact, and desirable arrangements of
the kind ever offered to the trade. Scarcely a
dealer can be found dependant uponcilv manufac
turers for a supply ol charged water, who has not
most adroitly desired an instrument, combining
the requisite ndvnntngcs of cheapness, eompnet
nes", safety and power, w hich are found in .Nich
ols' Patent Fountain*.
They meet a great want which nil the various
lorn - ol \ir Hump Apparatus. Apparatus tor the
( mploy merit of Tartaric Acid and Soda, objection
able and feeble as they are. have tailed to meet.
Even remote Country Dealers have rejected such
machinery, and now demand apparatus capable
ol producing standard otiicial t arhonic Acid Wa
ter.
Tru Carbonic Acid or Soda Water -is made
with Nichols' Combination Fountain. Its power
is very great. The expense of the liistrilliinut
brings it within the reach of every dealer. Hy
it- iihe null,i - his ow u Soda Water on his on u
premises. 1),, can never be out of the Heverage,
with llii- instrument, more than a few minutes at
a time. It will cost him but a mere trillc to man
ufacture his Soda Mater. He sales all the protits
of the business hinselr. The I list rumen t require*
but little more room than the ordinary Copper
Res, non', it j- portable, mid can be removed io
any locality . Small ton m and i illngos, and even
private dwelling.-, call receive the henclits ol this
invention : and the sparkling, tentoeranee, health
ful beverage can, w ith these Instruments, be af
forded in every community.
The Patent Generator is designed for those w ho
own the old Form of Reservoir, ami who wish to
charge them on their own premises, it is design
ed to meet the wants of small country dealers, as
well as large. The Generator is powerful, safe,
easily managed, and sold at a moderate price.
,Sonic have made a mistake from the tact that
Soda i- used in this machine, in supposing that it
was of tile atmospheric air pump variety ol uppit
lii.-. This is no.t the ease. Such iiiucluues do not
make pure mineral or soda water. Gut a lictitious
mixture, ivitieh, to be palatable must have a large
quantity of sn ap to cover up the taste.
Nichols’ apparatus makes true carbonic acid
water, such as is used in the large cities.
Eaeli instrument, before it leaves the maiitifac
tur, i s hands, i* subject to a pressure of twelve
atmospheres, or about two hundred pounds to the
square inch, hy hydraulic pressure. The great
est pains is taken to have every instrument per
fect. No apprehensions uti il be felt on that ac
count. 'I In y will not be liable to get out of or
der. With fair Usage, they must continue perfect
for many years. They are not complicated, but
very simple and easily understood by any one of
ordinary capacity. Very full and explicit direc
tions go with each instrument.
The cost of charging a twelve gallon Fountain
is front 117 i cents to 50 cents, or about J cents u
gallon.
In addition to the above, Soda Draft Apparatus
of Marble and .Silver Fluted, also, Hue fruit
Syrups.
The above for sale by H. H. 1IIA 1 ! Lit A Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
Montgomery st.. near ilarket,
Muuiilacturcrs Agents.
San Francisco, June 28, 185th *aam
(_< unuine Farina Cologne.
v Do/., direct from the Manufacturer- -
OUv/Just received, (ox Tamerline.) and h>r
sale by If. 11. "1 llAl EU A Go.
Montgomery at., near Market.
San Francisco. June 28, lsolf. 23-lm.
Notice ! Notice ! Notice !
AS I am to leare Weaverville on the 15th Inst.
. tor the (states, those indebted to the Hrm ot
D. M. Eflcr it, Co. will please to call at the store
and make immediate settlement to avoid expense.
J*. M. EDER.
Mtaverville. May 3. 1850, li-tf.
KX PHKSSI :s. =
F. W. BLAKE & CO.’S
EXPRESS* BANKING OFFICE
connecting with
WELLS, FARGO & Co.
(“NOLLECTIONS made, and a general Express
J business atteudcd to. SIGHT DRAFTS at
par on
SHASTA.
MAKYSV1LLE.
SACRAMENTO, and
SAN FRANCISCO.
tYELLS, FARGO A CO.'S Exchange for sale
on all the principal Cities in the Atlantic States.
N|>t'dai and (o ncral Dcpokits Received.
a O Ij 1 > 1) IT s T
BOl’UHT AT THE HIGHEST MARKET KATES.
Office in Davison ,V Harris' Fire 1‘roof Ruilding.
Maiu street. Weaver.
F. W. BLAKE & CO.
Weaver. May 10, 1850. Ill tf.
A. E. RAVNES & Co’S.
fc X I* U ESS,
r o r
I uion aiul Humboldt Hay.
CONNECTING WITH
ROWE A CO.'S EXPRESS. WEAVER,
and the PACIFIC EXPRESS CO.. SITASTA.
A\ 1 1.1. run a Meekly Express to Mouth Canon
VV Creek. North Fork. Trinity, Hig Elat, ltig
liar. Cox’s liar. Canadian liar, Rurut Ranch.
South Fork. Trinity. New River, lloopa Valiev,
and I'nion.
T hrough ‘he Pacific Express Co. to all parts of
Lalilornia and Oregon, and semi-monthly to the
Atlantic States and Europe. Treasure received
tor shipment. Collections made, and all business
attended to with promptness and dispateh.
A. E. ray \ES A CO.
W eaverville. March 15, lisoti. g-tf
E. G. JOSLIN’S
ri i xiiiY i i i .k i:xi*i;i:ss!
connecting with the
I* U'lFIC EXIMIESSCo.
to all parts of the atlantie States and Europe. Ly
every Steamer. Mr. Joslin leaves Weaverville ev
ery It ESDAV and SATl lx 1 > A A morning, for
LEWISTON, (Trinitv River.)
RATES’ RA Nt’il,
CHKLL1S’ MILLS.
MINERSV 11.1.H,
DIGGER CREEK.
Ml LE t'REKK. and
RIRGKV1LLE,
and will give partieular attention to the carrying
and delivery of LETTERS, PACK AGES. TRE \s~
1 RE. Ac. DRAM'S purchased upon any Rank
ing House in the Slate.
Collections made, and nil business in the Ex
press line carefully attended to.
Gold Rust bought. E. G. JOSLIN.
Weaver, March 1, 1850.
RAVELEY’S EXPRESS.
CONNECTING WITH
The Pari fir (nmpaiiv,
To all purls of the Northern and Southern Mines
and to the Atlantie States and Europe
W EEKLY.
Will run a regular and reliable Express from
WEAVERVILLE
TO
OREGON GrUll,
r E X X s Y I. V A X 1 A 15 A 15,
CANON CITY, or
.1 AC K A S S 15 A 15 .
Collodions made, orders received, and packa
ges forwarded with
Prnniptnea ami Dispatch.
Alway s on hand,
' LATEST STATES PAt’ERfL
Highest price paid for
GOLD DUST.
augll tl S. W. RAVEl.EY, Agt.
MASONIC NOTH F.
Trinity Ludgc, No, ti7, l\ V. VI.,
niil.li their regular communications at their
Hull, in Weuverville, on the last Monday ol
each month.
?rer Hour of meeting. 0 o’clock, I'. VI.
J. S. P1TZKK, W. VI.
John C. Rituti, Sec’y.
TRINITY DIVISION No. 105
Sous of Temperance,
Meet at their llallovcry FR1HAV
'EVENING, at 71 o’clock.
Officers for present term :
M. E'tes. W. I*. R. W. Winston, W. \.
ieo. W. Ward, R. S. .1. \V. Finlev, A. I!. S.
'• E. Lvnn, E. S. li. S. (inptiil, T.
. \. W a I son, (James 1 low nev, A. C.
I VIiii-jthy, I. S. J. Geggis, (>. S.
!. Johnson, Chaplain, II. Seaman, P. W. P.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between |). M. Kder and
P. M. Kder, is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. P. M. Kder is hereby authorized (o collect
all debts due to the firm.
D. M. KDER.
P. M. KDER.
W'eaverville. May 2. 13.58.
r IMIE um(ei'sigiicd having purchased the interest
I of I'. M. Kder, the business will he continued
iltCf A r the name as heretofore.
15. I». M. KDER A Co.
Mountain Market.
On Court St. at the head of Main
This Market is constantly sup
plied with every thing in this
vfC.lL.dine of business, such as I>EEi
PORK,CORNED REEF. PICKLED PORK.SAI -
SAGE. SMOKED AND FRESH, TRIPE. HEAD
CHEESE. 1SLOOD PI'DOINGS, LIVER WORST,
Ac. Corned beef and pickled Pork, always on
bund und for sale in KEGS, and in quantity or
(piality our a-sorlrticnt of
BACON AND HAMS,
cannot be surpassed. They are cured by us for
this market, anil are warranted to be sweet and
good. Those w ishing anything in our line w ill do
well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
LOOMIS, lit SCKOFT .V Co.
Weaver, May 3, 185b.
15-If.
II A It I) VV A It K,
Iron and Stool.
YV . VV. TIN N IN As Co.,
WKST SlIlK MAIN ST. NKXT DOOR TO MINKll’s |'■ , T
\ \ ' E are now receiving and will kee> .i.,
VV hand, a general a nt of Hardware, o“
the heht quality, cornuating of
(■/ I, H l!‘\ CUT S.Nb HORSE NAILS,
SHOIEI.S, SI ‘.AXILS, AVOI RS,
' .nsELS, VLASES, HATCHETS,
LOCKS,
LATCHES,
CJI.ES,
SQUARES,
LOO CHAINS,
II I L TER "
TRACE “
HI I IS, SCREWS.
.IA ES, JIEER RUM VS,
HELLS, JJRA W CXI CI S
URINDSTONES.
CROSSCUT SA MW,
H III V
HAND
HA!UNO WIRE, SI I ICE FORKS,
HAY FOULS.
BORAX. QUICKSIL VEIL W INDOW CLASS,
Rt I'l l. V iLVTS, OILS, VARNISHES.
IlLACKSMITH’S famished with the beM arti
cle of Iron and Steel Of etcry sjze. D r Obdi only.
VV. W. TIN NT N * Co.
Weaver, April 12, 1856. 12-lf.
THE TRICHOSAKON,
OR. only perfect Hair Brus.li which surpasses
all others in
EFFICIENCY. DURABILITY & ELEGANCE.
Received and for salt- a reduced prices, l'y
B. B. THAYER.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
23-liu. Montgomery st., near Market.
DAVISON & HARRIS,
MAIN ST. WE A VZRVILLE.
SIGM OF GOLDES MORTAR Si Bit BflOK.
Dealers in Drugs, Patent Medicines, Sta
tionery, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco,
Segars, &.C.
BEING now permanently settled in our NEW.
FI RE-PROOF HllLDUNtt,
and thankful for the very lilwral patronage we
have received for the past THREE YEARS, now
offer our old customers and all new ones, a large
and well-selected stoek of pure DRUGS, and
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,
of which we are the authorized agents. Also,
the largest and most complete assortment of
IViTiiniory, Fancy anti Toilet Articles.
We would also call their attention to our stock of
consisting of Novels. Histories, School-books, the
prose and Poetical works of the most eminent Au
thors,
CUTLERY Sl WRITING MATERIAL
of every description. In addition to the above,
we have on hand a line assortment of Gkm ink
BRANDIES, WHISKEY,
and Foreign Wines, Also,
Tol5A( Vt > AND CrCrAIlS,
together with a very large stoek of American
Playing Yards, all of which will be sold at great
ly reduced prices, for the reason that we have set
tled here permanently, and can afford to sell for
less profit than those who are more anxious
“TO MAKE THEIR PILE,”
in a short time. (>ur motto is,
i I’t'ilii \» lipii up tan (ash w hen we cannot.
Jan. 26, Isoti.
lit-tf.
n> i nr. i.Amr.s
OF WEAVERVILLE!
ITI.ING now in the receipt of our Spring stock
■ * of Ladies' Goods, we now'oiler the niosi com
plete assortment ever for sale in this place, Con
sisting in part, of
PARASOLS, BONNETS,
SII.K VIZITEB, LAW NS.
FRENCH CALICOS. DOTTED Ml SPINS,
BRILLIANTS, PLAIN A Fit."If l>. BAR AGES.
I I ,ol \i in |>KES>KS,< HEMIKMISI TTKS
SLEEVES A COLLARS.
I. \ PIES' SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
FRENCH PEItl'C \l ERA . Ac. Ac.
D. M KDEU A Co. Main St.
Weavcrville, May 3, 1630. l.Vtf.
Dissolution of t'opart tit-t 'lii|».
NOVICE is hereby given that the Copartner
ship heretofore existing under the tlrm of
Frantz A Reielmrdl. in the I , S. Bakery, in this
day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons in
'b'bted to -aid linn, either by Note or Book
Account, will please come forward and make im
mediate scttli'ment, as one of the linn is uuxiolis
to leave the Slate. C. E. I R A AT/A Co.
" caver, April 11. ISsli. L3-tf.
A Dedication Hall
U’l I. I. be given al Dr. II. M. Cliailncev'snew
Hot. I, at Cliaiineey ville, on W eaver Creek,
on the 1th of July next.
MANAGERS :
Weavcrville ,1. S. McCain, I. G. Messer, J. C.
Burch, E. NO,led. A. Sletson, II Ylubie.
Oregon Gulch I rank Harris, A. J. Eelter, IE
Bllgliee.
Ridgeville 1- Bates, .1. I-. Chelliri, M . Grillliu.
I amm City J. Day,.E Eogan. W in. Simpson.
Illg Flat -L). If Murphy. J. May. V McQuillan.
Cox’s liar It. Simmons, W in. MeCulluni.
North Fork E. D. Ketchum, !>. II. Ilandlliiii,
t ’. I.ee, S. I.. Moore.
Lew iston Eraiik Wood.
Steiner’s Ranch II. W. R. Bliss, Haucoek.
Fi.uon Mivuikus. .1. C. Burch, W. \l. Lowe.
Weaver, May, 31. ls/iti. I!) If.
A
blacksmith Wanted.
X i‘\|M*ricHtril lilutksniiili is wanted. Nolle
lait a tfood work mull need imply. A|»pl\ im
iiifiI i»trly at tim nIiuj) id (',\HU A l*’K(>ST.
Wt-uvcr, June 21, I had. 22 tf*.
Trinity County C. of A. U.
MIL Mi'IhIkTiH id tin* uliovc Council
an* rt ijiiestril to inccl id tin* t ‘minty *
St at. on Satniduy. tin* 2d day ol’ An
K ,ls l n»*\i. Ilnsint'HK of importune!* couiiiuukIh
your atl«‘ntii.n. liy Order of tin* rrcMuli nt.
NN raver, June* 21, ItOti. Tl- tf.
1
TT
W
with
“ GEM” SALOON.
f |Mlk Hul»*oril»cr leave to inform bin
I friendk anti tin* piddle that In* lias open
id tin* above Ha loon, on Main ntreet. Wea
ver, when* In* w ill In* happy to supply them
< >\ sl* rs. Ice < ream, and all kind* of refrediineiits.
at .ill hours of the day and night.
Kvery rxntlon will In* made on tin* part of tin*
Proprietor to plraxe those who may fuvor him
w itli their patronage.
kinder Winch, Liquor* and ('igara can he had
at the Hat . UOUKUT DINS.MOUK.
Weaver, June 21, 185(5. 23-lf.
■ *U m. r ■ rn
OKX’KIIAL very deairahle apartments in
* ' lleiurieh*ri new huilding, Main street, j :iii-
Wenverville. the rooms me nicely papered,
nn<f otter siiperiur indueementH In genllemen who
prefer a quiet retreat free from the annoy.nice, ot
a hotel. Rent moderate. Apply to
nl2-3t ‘ HEINRICH.
„ BLUE WING.”
OMIE uiidei>ipni <1 desires to iuforir. his friend
I in Weavcrville, and the public generally, that
he has opened a
S\LOOX
of (lie above name, on Main street, w here he hope*
to git e general satisfaction to his pall
The best of Liquors and Cigars will lie furnish
i d at the Bur,ami no pains will lie spared to tiiuk'
his place agreeable and popular.
JAMES LYN.'II
W raver, Juno 7, lis.Yti. vtt tl
OIIBO Tc »
A T I* A II ,
- A f , N
Garrison, FrrO &. ItaNon,
SAN FRANCISCO.
SIGH I GRAFTS at current rates, in sums to
suit, Oil
■ auhattan Bank Nett York.
Charles Morguu A Co New York.
Darby & Barksdale St. Louis, Mo.
fcHighest price paid for Gold Dust.
KIIOP1 A W IIITNEY
Jno. Andkksox, Agt.
Weavcrville, May 17,20-tf.
roi»a»‘On*i>lii|» Not lot*.
r I Mill undersigned, having formed a Copartner
I ship for Re purpose of transacting the Build
ing and Contracting business, desire to assure the
pul,lie, in soliciting their patronage, that all bus
iness entrusted to them shall be executed in the
Is st manner and upon liberal terms. They have
taken the stand formerly occupied by Harris &
Johnson, on the North side of Court street, in the
town of Weavcrville, and will be ready at all
times tn accommodate Jen sons wishing to contract
for the building of Bridges, Brick or Frame Hou
ses, and Carpenter Work generally.
LOVE S,- BRAY.
Weaver, April 12, 12-tf.
MECl'TA'N H AT .
T. llEEDKL',
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER
West side of Mala vr -a , W.;r. ..
(WPIMITK TIIK " IMAX.V,")
Hus for sale an extons ve assortment <0
gold And silver watches <* -\
PLAIN AND DIAMOND KINGS, 0, )
WATCH CHAINS.
BltEASTIMNS. BRACELETS.ami
JEW EERY of every cl< •scription,
CLOCKS, etc.',
AT REASONABLE TERMS.
Particular atteution given to the repairing of
Watches.
Specimens neatly set. and all kinds of Culifor
uia Jewelry manufactured to order, no. 1.5 tf
<£>
blacksmithing.
/ All IS N. F HOST would respectfully in-
V torm the public that they call always he ■ .urid
at their old stand 011 Main street, directly nppn
sile tli>- independence Hotel, where they are al
ways prepared to execute every descripiion of
o’L 1,1 their line 01 business, v ir'i promp tucss.
and in the most sKil.l.Kt 1. manxii:.
HORSE, MULE, AND OX SHOEING,
done at the shortest notice. They have also ou
hand a large and well-selected n-sorlmeut of
MINING TOOLS,
which they will sell at reasonable rates.
Tlmnkliil to the public for their past patronage,
iUr\ would respectfully solicit u coutiiiuunce ot'
their luvors.
Iron, Stool,
uiul blacksmith* stock generally, always on band
and for sale.
Weaver, Feb. 23, 10.
>i r i. e. v \ .s. H i: \ \ £ it,
(si e* Kssoits To oeohok m im.i.eu.)
BLACKSMITHS,
COPRT STREET. - - WEA Y'KRVILLE.
1 VI.APKSMITIIIN'G of all kinds. Horse.
I) Mule and Ox Shoeing, don. in (he host
manner, and on reasonable terms l or Cash.
k large assortment ni Miners' Rockers,
Toms. Picks, Shovels, Crow Bar .1 on and Rock
er Irons, Sluicing Porks, and a gia nt xari.ty of
ii \ it i> w \ it e,
kept constantly on hand and lor sale at onr Shop,
sittin 1 1* on ('ou’rt stneet. near the I’nion Hotel.
Thankful for past favors, we hope by close ap
plication to business, to ni,.rit a .hare of public
patronage. Miners and others wishing anything
in our line will do well to give u,sa call. 3
Mi LEAN A WEAVER,
U car .o'. April 12, 18fl ;. I
PHOTOGRAPHY.
E subscriber lAgs ba\ e (.. re (urn his thanks
to the residents of Trinity t'o. for their liber
al patronage heretofore, and inform them that lie
has recently lilted up a suite of Rooms near the
Cornet' of
<’<M II I' \ N I) T A V LOII STR III'.TS,
for the purpose of taking DAGUERREOTYPES,
that shall compare tavoraldv with auv laketi in
the Stale, and al REDl <'ED - PRIDES."
Hat iug secured the services of Mr. 11 lienhait,
an emiueut Artist, late from
NEW YORK CITY,
lie feels no hesitation in assuring his friends and
the public generally, that lie will he enabled to
give ENTIRE s VI ISMl-l ION.
ROOMS OPEN EVERY DAY.
'Pictures tulveii ill T/mm/i/ I I’nillier iu irrll
it* in fair.
(hilthcii taken in fair wuatlirr, hciwoFti tin*
liotirm n| I I a. in. and .‘I |». M. I .min— should Im me
in mind dial dark iln sHcu lake the hunt in Ih\
giliTreoly pen.
’(• iews of Minin** ('hums, l lunit K, tVc, ta*
ken at short notice and on favorable let him.
I \N( V uImu\* on hand.
< >. II I*. NOIU'IK
Weaver. March s, Is.Vi. 7 tf.
MAGNOLIA SALOON.
MAIN ttfllEi r, - - - Wl VVl HXII.il'.
Siim on liitiul Again!
r IM11A Saloon ha lat lv mil r . a thofoi !i
1 repj.lr and b. *11 gi ally mprni d. Tie
BOWLING ALLEYS
having been entirely r< lifted, can not fa I to g v e
satisfaction to those who may favor us with their
patronage. An excellent III 1.1.1 A 1(1 > I \II|.E has
also recently (.cell added to the list, of amusements
and attract ions ol this Saloon.
The proprietors being ever grateful for the lib
erality bestowed upon them by their friends, would
respectfully say that they will he most happy at,
all times to wait upon tie in, whenever they can
make it convenient to call.
S. D. KREIDLR \ Co.
Weaver, April Hi, 185(1. 1,1 tf.
Tit I MTV taitlll.N M'OUi:.
MVIN HTItEET, W EA VEtlVIt.l.K.
f D Ilf, fircta ietoi - .| this ( -1 a I.' Lie sent w mid r
I sped lolly announce to their their friends and
the public generally, that lie y 1 p coii-luntly
limn 1 and for sale all kind- of eh. ' ■ \'■ 1 x>il.• -.
brought I're 8 Irom their Raneh Tie ' River,
everjt day; The al o have a complel" -h . Aon of
Groceries and Provisions, including.
MG AIL POKE EE. RIPE TE\,
HI TTER. EGGS, ( IIELSE.
and, in fact; every thing' in the Croc rv, Vegeta
ble and Provision line. Their prices are low. tie'
proprietors being determined to do a large busi
ness at small profits, friends will please give us
a call. MORSE. MARIE .V (’(».
N. 11. We have a SAW .MILL in operation on
our Ranch, and will supply the citizens of Weu
verville and vicinity with Lumber of a superior
quality at Very low rates.
’pit" Orders for Lumber, left at the Trinity
Garden Store,” will lie promptly attended to.
I tee. 8, I Se e M„ M. & (10.
SPRING STOC'ix.
Groceries l-H'.iiofs, Sckiii's. Ac.
I. call the attention of our numerous fr lends
V » ami ih" public i , onr extensive Spring stock
which we have n ,.,.i v .-■ i met are illy i Ivlng,
making it the \arged amt most i iried assortment
N.trili ot .— j, Eruncisco, consisting in part ot
GROPr.HRS.
Liquors.
SEGA US.
MINER'S IMPLEMENTS,
(IROPKKRY.
SADDLERY.
HARDY*" A RE.
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES, A.-.
Those desirous of purchasing at Wholesale, we
invite their attention to our establishment, being
satisfied that we are able t<> suit them iu any and
all Goods, at prices much lower than any other
House in Wcaverville. D. M. KDEK.V t'o.
Eire Proof Building, Main street.
Wcaverville, May II. 185(1. 1.5-tf.
Iliiinholdt Shaving Saloon,
AND BATH ROOMS,
Main Street, Wcaverville,
rpilK UNDERSIGNED announces that '.,'ts Es
1 tablishment, so long known to the publie. has
recently undergone thorough repairs and altera
tions, and been till, d up iu a style of elegance un
surpassed by any similar house in Northern f'uli
forni.T. It has bee.; his aim to make it an agree
aide and delightful resort for gentlemen desirous
of undergoing toivsorinl operations, or to employ
w ater as a detergent agent.
His arrangements for Bathing are hard to beat.
The proprietor searoely 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 iu every respect.
No pains will tie spaaed to make his Saloon a
pleasant place of resort.
ISAAC DIXON,
Wcaverville, Nov. 1', 1855, uU-tf

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