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NEW ADVEItTI SEM’TS.
Fire ! Fire ! Firo ! !
' SIMS & FRASER,
—OREGON STREET, NEAR FRONT,—
SAN FKANCISCO,
MANUFACTURERS of Fire-Proof Doors and
Shutters, Rank Vaults, Grating, Balconies,
Railing, Ac., Ac.
All kinds of Blncksmitliing done to order.
Second hand SHUTTERS constantly on hand,
and for sale at LOW RATES.
Particular attention paid to Country or
ders.
N. B.—Oregon Street is in front of the Custom
House, North side of " Merchant’s Exchange.”
San Francisco, July 20, i860. 27-Um.
GHAT IT I 1) E I S T II E
COMPLETION OP THANKLULNESS.
CTMIE ingratitude of man to his fellow man is so
I. alien met with in life that testimonials,
prompted By the liner feelings of the heart, are
oasis in the life of those who saeritice their host
days in philanthropic devotion to the alleviation
of the ills of frail mortality. Empiricism floods
the columns of our press with fraudulent and tie
titibus letters, singing pawns to the worth of their
own egotistical charlatanism. Below we append
a letter from a worthy man who, a brief period
since, seemed destined to “shuffle off this mortal
coil;” who looked forward to his dissolution with
that pleasure which only those weighed down by
tile heavy hand of disease can. Contrary to hope,
the ability of a skillful physician has restored him
to his former health. Relieved from his terrible
situation, and in pel led by gratitude, he makes
known his case and remedial agent, and his state
ment is authenticated by a Notary Public. The
demands of society Imperiously command its pub
licity, and it is given more to warn the unwary
than to sound the praise of a physician of whom
scores of like eases can lie cited :
CERTIFICATE.
The undersigned desirous of acquainting those
who muy he unfortunate enough to be similarly
afflicted, where a permanent relief of their suffer
ings may he obtained, feels it his duly thus pub
licly to express his most sincere gratitude to Dr.
L. J. Czapkay for the permanent recovery of his
health. Borne down by the distressing symptoms
incident to the vicious practice of uncontrollable
passion in youth; depressed in body and mind,
Unablu to perform even the most trilling duty im
posed upon the daily avocations of life: 1 sought
the advice of many physicians, w ho at tirst re
garded my disease as of trilling importance- -but
alas! after a lew weeks, and in several instances
months, of their treatment, I found to my unut
terable horror that instead of relief, the symptoms
became more alarming in their torture; ami,
being told by one that my disease being prinei
.’if/ confined to tin' brain medicines w ould be of
consequence. I despaired of ev> r regaining
id health, strength and energy; and as a last re
nitj|ud with bill a faint hope, called upon Dr.
1. J. “Oznpkay, who, after examining my case,
pesafihed some medicine which almost instantly
r li' Vcd me of the dull pain and dizziness in my
'lead. Encouraged by this result, I resolved to
jitter myself immediately under his care, and by
astriet obedience to all his directions ami advice
■ ad became clear. my ideas collected, the
> ! int pain in my bm k md groins, the weak
n> "tiny lifflbs, the nervous reaction of my
*J.ik body on the slight mo alarm of excitement;
Jf misanthropy and evil forebodings the self
distrust and want of conlidence in others; the in
capability to study and want of resolution; tv
frightful, exciting, and at times pleasurable
dreams at night, followed by involuntary tii
charges, have all disappeared; and in fact in two
months utter having consulted the Doctor. 1 i it
as if inspired by a new life that life which, but
a short time ago, 1 contemplated to end by my
own Lind.
Willi a view to guard the unfortunate from fal
ling into the snares of incompetentquacks 1 d> "t.i
it my doty to otter this testimony to the merit
and sldll of Dr. Cxnpkay, and recommend him t >
all who may stand in need of medical advice,
beim'assured by my own experience that one ■
under his euro a radical and permanent cure w ill
be i lire ted. It. F. ITI.LMt IRE.
Stale of California, county of .'dm Franeiseo.-
,Sul)- if bed amt sworn before me, this 17th day >.f
Apr i. a. n. 1856.
(Sgned) JOHN MIDDLETON, [i.-.]
Notary Public.
pt~ Dr. L J. C/wkay’s Medical and Surgical
Inst utii is at the corner of Montgomery and Sac
rum ito streets, Sail Francisco, Cal. The Doctor
olfe - free consultation, and asks no remuneration
uni-she effects a euro. n27-3m
tSpERMATORUIKEA, OR LO< M. WEAK-
O ness, Nervous Debility, Low Spirits, l.n.-.-i
tude, Weakness of the Limbs and Buck, Indispo
-ition and incapacity for Labor and Study. Dull
lets of Apprehension, Luss of Memory, Aversion
0 Society. Love of Solitude, Timidity, Self-Ilia
rust, Dizziness, Headache, Inviilunt.uy |)j
Imrgcs, Bains in the Side, Allections of the i._\ ■ s,
iinploti on the face, Sexual and other inlirnim -
i man, are cured without fail by the justly oh
rated Physician and Surgeon, L. J. C/.Al’KA'i .
I is method of curing discuses is new, (unknown
i others,) and lienee his great sued ss. All eon
illations, by letter or otherwise, free. Address
J. CZAPKAY, M. D.. Sau Francisco, Culifor
ia. n27-3m
DR L . J. CZAPKAYS
Grand Medical and Surgical Institute,
AHMOltY HAM, liril.lll.Ml,
irner of Montgomery and Sacramento streets,
SAN FRANCISCO.
TADI.ISHET) roll THE l'KUMANKNT CUBE OE At.I.
I’ltlVATE AND nillOMC DISEASES, AMI THE
Srl'I'UESSKIN OE (JI ACKEKV.
Attending ami resident physician, L. J. CZAP
\Y, M. D., late in the Hungarian Revolutionary
lr, Chief Physician to the 2Utli Regiment of
tiveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital
'I'esth, Hungary, and Latu Lecturer on Diseas
ed' Women and Childre n. n27-3in
'<<) THE AFFLICTED.—DR. L. J. CZAP
KAY, late of tin; Hungarian Army,and chic
j siciau of the Hospital of Pest h, has estahlishei
Elite city of Salt Francisco a MEDICAL INSTI
’I TK for the treatment of diseases of the Brain
I .,g8, Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, and Gcnitn
Mtary Organs. These last diseases the llocto
been induced to add ill consequence of th
evidence of the evils consequent upon th
II ■ iractico generally pursued by advertising cm
P s, whose conduct exemplifies the truth tlm
it’s inhiimaiiity to man makes countless thou
*' mourn.”
. " Doctor’s thorough knowledge of (lie prit
j 1 ' - of Physiology and Pathology, anil tile lilt
. 11 pernmli of the agents embraced in our M.
jf Medica, is a guarantee of the assurance th;
II be treated in accordance ', v itu the estal
18 ‘ princin’";; Ajcdical Science, ami the in
P r °’Hients made therein. The gradual uceumi
nf valuable information since the days i
"'hi k: rates, and the exclusion of such agents ;
proved inert, have left the regular pru
- }' t the means wherewith to combat sin ce
thi ' to which flesh is heir. Especially
to v 1 IL ' 1° that hram'h of the Seieni
toll Cl .'l , *dity lms invited charlatanry, nun
Witt * 1 i 1 <i‘'llt of the unfortunate and erediiluu
.• " view to counteract the evils which th
„ '' 8 Bource i the Doctor is happy to give tl
all uV ee speedy, and eifectual cure,
munii from'e'vU utW 4SiSUU ‘ C< '’ uml co,n i» l<!tu "
uom evu alter conBequcnces.
«”iten happens that the uliuse of instincti
leads to fearful consequence" „ d ‘"
aid ol die physician is made available o n, ,
these curtain and ruinous result a,
symptoms arising from tins cause tlm Tiu B •
may be .-numerated; Confusion of ideas ’'' 1
memory, destruction of the nervous eo'iiili
timidity and headache, loss ot mental p„ p,
lial aid eomplele dementia; these oftentime* 1
death. F„r the amelior!d!ion of 1
sympt uu, and the avoidance of so fearful a r
sequel e, the Doctor otters his services, andVu
Atiteas in all case's perfect satisfaction. fc
Jo I sentery. Diarrhoea, Khueinatie Affectioi
and ot r diseases lucideut to this climate L
ranee i given of speedy relief. All consultaU
by letti or otherwise Iree. Atldress to
DR. L. J. CZAPK AY
Institute. Armory Hall Building,’ c ,
nor of Sacramento and Montgomery streets San
Francisco. n27-3m
PRIVATE MEDICAL AM) SURGICAL IN
STITUTE.—Dr. CZADKAY would call atten
tion to the following maladies, in the treatment
of which ho guarantees a cure: Diseases of the
Brain, such as Epilepsy, Apoplexy, Hushing of
blood to the head, inflammation of its different
tissues, partial and complete paralysis and insani
ty. and all functional derangements, such as Loss
ot Memory, Aversion to Society, Misanthropv,
timidity. Nervous Excitement from slight causes,
self-distrust, giddiness, headache, ringing in the
ears, contusion ot ideas, love of solitude, optical
illusions, disturbed sleep and incapacity for labor
and study. Also in diseases of the Lungs and air
passages, such as Tubercular disease or Consump
tion, Pneumonia, or inflammation of the Lungs,
Pleurities or Pleurisy, Asthma, humoral or spas
modic, Bronchitis, Laryngitis, and all forms of
Catarrhal affections. Also, diseases of the Liver,
Congestions of the I.Ivor, Abccascs of the Liver,
Calculi in the (lull. Madder and Bucra, Jaundice,
and those diseases which impair its function*, such
as Panama lever, Bilious fever, and intermitting
lever, and the couset|Uenens which these disor
ders leave behind. Also diseases of the .Stomach,
snelt as Gastritis or inflammation of the Bowels,
Dy -pcpsia in all it- form* which destroy the appe
tite and digestion, Flatulence, Dysentery and Di
arrhoea. Also diseases of the Kidneys and other
1 t'inary Organs, such as Diabetes, or an excessive
flow of urine, Allmniiimria, commonly Known as
Bright's disease. In this complaint the physician
atul patient do not oftentimes suspect the pres
ence of the disease until too late. The most com
mon symptoms are general indisposition, with
dropsical swellings, Calculi in the Kidneys. Ure
thra, or Bladder, and all other disorders of tin
urinary organs. Also diseases of the Womb and
its appendages, such as irregularities of the Mim
ses, when excessive, defective, suppressed, or if
regular. Erolupsus, or falling of the Womb. Ste
rility, Ovarean Dropsy, and other diseases of the
parts. In the treatment of the above diseases,
tlie Doctor lias many new remedies, and guaran
teesa perfect cure in all eases, or the money will
be returned. All consultatsons,by letter or oth
erwise, free. Address
n27-3m Dll. L. J. CZAI’KAY, San Francisco,
sJB
KJ NESS. DR. CZAl’KAY, late lecturer on dis
eases of women niul children, and Chief Surgeon
ol the Military Ilospitalofl’esth,Hungary, would
rail public attention to Spermatorrlnva or Local
Weakness. There is not in the catalogue of hu
man maladies one more to be deprecated tlmn
this, as well because of present distress, as the ul
timate results. The tone of the system under it
influence is either impaired or entirely ilcstioyed,
and a class of symptoms superinduced that unlit.
man for the performance of any ot the ordinary
duties of life. Tlic injuries done to the physical
pari of man are truly lamentable, but trilling
"hen compared to thus 1 of the consnrium, the
great nervous centre, and to the nervous system
generally. This disease which is too often emi
soi|uent upon lliat solitary vice, self-abuse, in
volves pathological conditions beyond the com
prehension i,f the uninitiated, but’which are well
understood by the regular practitioner. Among
the symptoms most conspicuous are the follow ing
I.ove ol solitude, aversion to busine-s anil so
e.ety, distressing timidity, nervous excitement
Irom sliglo causes', lib * of memory, confusion of
ideas, inability to reason correctly, low spirits
mid lassitude, dullness of upprclo’iissou, and mis
anthrope. Thesi: being fuiietinnnl derangements,
are often the harbingers of horrid organic lesions
in l!ie brain, which produces fatuity, dementia,
and death.
I or the cure of this and of all kindred di-eie. a
I r. t /..tpkny hns established his Institute, where
all may rely with perfect eontidenco upon that
- id which long experience and thorough devo
tion to Ids profession has giv en. Those who sai
ler should call w itlnnit delay, unit use the means
by which Ihey may recuperate and live. Alleon
sullutions, by letter or otherw ise, free. 27-3m
A
O XI 33CIIS
T !• A i:,
Tm
iiaiTibOu, Mo man, Frol/ Kalslon,
BAN FRANCIBCO.
FIGHT DRA FTS at current rates, in sums to
suit, on
Manhattan Bank \ v, York.
Charles Morgan A Co New York.
Darby A Bnrksilule, St. Louis, Mo.
T-Highest price paid for Gold Dust.
RHODES A \\ IIITNEY,
J Ml. AXDKItSON, Act.
Wcavcrville, May 17, lt-Aiii. yi-if.
TAVERN STAND,
STOII I', IIOI SB, li.Wt II Is. TWO
FERRIES FOR SALE,
E limb r.-iirned being desirous of returning;
tb : Atlantic States, oiler tor sale their well
Known Tavern stand and Ferry, Im-aled at the
mouth ot the South I or!;, on the trail lending
from Wetivervillo to I uioutowu, JiiunhoUit Buy.
There is a good frame building on the premises.
u*cd as a !lol*d and Store L no- : also, a good
Ferry liout. with all the fixture: necessary for
safety and convenience. Also, a Hull and Fi t
ly one mile abov e, on the Ti iuily riv er, where the
trail crosses tin* river lending from South Fork to
•New River. r l here is one hundred acres enclosed
by a substantial leuce, sixty acres of which is un
der a high state of cultivation, 'flier ■ is a con
venient house nn the Bauch. The land is irriga
ted by ever living springs, and situated in the
immediate vicinity of the best mining district in
the northern portion of the : state, which makes it
a very desirable loc ution.
The above property w ill lie sold low for cash,
and a good title given to the pui'chascr. For I'm
tlicr particulars, enquire at the Journal office, or
of the subscribers on the premises.
HILL A MeCANN.
South Fork, July 11), lh.iti. 2ti-tf.
3
r I M118 The at i r has been enlarged and put
J in thorough repair, and w ill be rented by
the single night, mouth or season. The The- _
ater is well supplied with scenery and prnpcrli
and will accommodate live hundred persons. For
terms, Ac. apply to F. IV. Bi.akk, Weaver, Trinity
Co.
Weaver, July 12, 1856. 25-tf.
’I
$50 Reward.
MIK above llewasd will tin paid to any person
who will give aiieli information as will lend to
the detection and conviction of the person or per
sons who have within the past few weeks wilfully
removed and destroyed the Sign Boards on llie
V ruka Trail, be!ween this place and Bates' Ranch.
E. G. JOSI.IN.
Weaver, June 28, 1S. j6 23-lf.
.Notice.
N OTICE is hereby given that I have made ar
rangements for the ample support of my wife
during my professional absence at V reka, provid
ing she rout in lies her residence in \\ env erville.
1 will pay no debts of her contracting after this
date. J. E. .SKDLAK.
Weaver, July 12, 1856. 2'i-3w*.
For Sale.
GALLONS OF VINEGAR. (
’1 *
1.000 The undersigned takes this
method nf informing Merchants, Backers amt nth
ers, that ho has on hand and for sale, 1000 gallons
of the best < 'idcr Vinegar ever offered in this < 'min
iv. Orders from abroad respectfully solicited.
Ollier in Henry's new building, opposite Wood's
Co,rail. C- McGOWAN
Weaver, July 12, 1856. 2a-ti %
THE TRICHOSAROff,
OR, only perfect liair Brush which surpasses
all others in
EFFICIENCY, DURABILITY & EL EG A NCI
Received and for talc u reduced prices, by
B. B. THAYER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
23 lm. Montgomery st ; near Market.
T. HEKDELS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER
West side of Main street, Weaver,
(OPPOSITE THE “ DIANA, - ')
Has for sale an extensive assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
EL AIN AND DIAMOND RINGS,
WATCH CHAINS.
BREASTPINS. BRACELETS, and
JEW ELIO of every description,
CLOCKS, etc.,
AT UEASOXAUI.E TERMS.
Particular attention given to the repairing of
W atehes.
Specimens neatly set. and all kinds of Califor
nia Jewelry manufactured to order, no. Id tf
I Jii.Mi oi ail Kinds, i torse,
>\ Shoeing, done in Hie best
i reasomible terms for Cash.
31 c L E A N K \V E A V E K ,
(8LCCESS0US TO UEUltOE M. IMiLKIl,)
BLACKSMITHS,
COURT STREET, - - WEAVERVILLE.
r) LACKSMITH1NG of all kinds. Horse,
3 Mule and <>x
manner, and on
\ large assortment of Miners' Tools. Keekers,
Toms, Pieks, Shovels, Crow-liars. Tom and Rock
er Irons, Sluieing Forks, and a great variety of
II A li I) \\ A It E,
kept constantly tin hand and for sale at our Shop,
situate on Court stneet, near the Union Hotel.
'1 liankliil lor past taxors we hope by elose ap
plication to business, to merit a share* of public
patronage. Minersund others wishing anything
m our line will do well to give us u call. *
McLEAN & WEAVER.
Weaver, April 12, 185(5. 12-tf.
BLACKSMITHING.
i t Alt It N. EltOST would respectfully in-
V > form the public that they cuiiuluays tic found
at their old stand on .Main street, directly oppo
site the Independence Hotel, where they are al
ways prepared to execute every description of
Work in their line of business, with promptness,
and in the most skii.i.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 reasonable rates.
Thankful to the public for their past patronage,
they would respectfully solicit a continuance of
their favors.
Iron, Steel,
and Blacksmiths' stock generally, always oil hand
and for sale.
Weaver, Feb. 25, 1 Soil. Hi.
TO THE LADIES
OF WEAVER VILLE!
BEING now ill the receipt of our Spring stock
of Ladies’ Goods, we now oiler the most com
plete assortment ever for sale iu this place, con
sisting in part, of
PARASOLS, BONNETS,
SILK VIZJTEiS, LAWNS.
FRENCH CALICOS, DOTTED MUSLINS
BRIM.I ANTS, 1’I.AIN A FIG'RD. IIARVGKS
FI.OI N< FI) DR KSSKS.C 11 KM I EM IS EFT FS
SLEEVES A COM.ARS,
I. VRIES' SHOES AND SLIPPERS
FRENCH PEUFLMKRV, Ac. Ac.
D. M, I'.HER A Co. Main St.
Weaverville, May IS, 185(5. lo ll'.
VARIETY STORE.
Nevt rill-1*100! Brick Building,
MAIN ST. ~ WKAYKUYII.I.E,
{Adjoining the. Iml-pnulcncc llutdA
A. CANTOROIVITZ 6r CO.
WIlOl.KSAI.i: AM) KHTAII. DKAl.Kllrf IN
llrj-Goods, ( lolliiii'f, llools A. Shoes, &r,
nA\ ING had experience in Merchandising, cs
. pcciully in this town, for nearly three years,
. e assure the pnldlu that our new slock of 15..... 1 ~
just r. eehed is the choicest and best in this mar
ket, being selected with reference to the wants ot
this community.
We cheerfully invite the Bodies and Gentlemen
of Weaverville and vicinity to call and examine
our neiv!) selected stock of
SPRING AND SI M M Eli GOODS,
consisting of
DRV -GOODS
CLOTHING,
BOOTS A Si It i MS, HATS,
BONNETS \N 11 \| A Nil BIAS.
CARPETS VNI» WALL PAPERS,
SADDLERV,
CU l LERY, Ac. Ac.
as wc can assure lliein that they w ill tin.I our goods
suited to their taste and necessities, and at very
BOW PRICES.
l hie of our linn has already left for the Atlantic
states, to purchase goods for this market, and to
supply a branch house nt the city of San Francis
co. A. CANTOUOW1TZ A Co.
Weaver, March 8. 1850. 7 - tf.
Mountain Miii'krl.
On Court St. at the hear! of Main.
Thin Market is constantly sup
plied with every thing in this
W(£3LiMtiuc of business, such as BEEF,
PORK,CORNED BEEF, PICKLED PORK S VI
SAGII. SMOKED AND FRESH, TRIPE. HEAD
CHEESE, BLOOD BIDDINGS, IJ V Eli WORST,
Ac. Corned beef mid pickled Pork, always on
hand and for sale in KEGS, mid in ipiunti'ty or
i|imlily our assortment of
HACON A NI> I r A AI S,
cannot be surpassed. Tin y are cured by us for
this market, mid are warranted to be sweet and
good. Those wishing anything in our line w ill do
well to give us a call before purrliusing elseWhere.
LOOMIS, III SCROFT A Co.
Weaver, May 5, 1851). 15-tf.
SPRING STOCK,
Groceries, Liquors, Segura, Kc.
V \ ' F call the attention of our numerous friends
V V and the public to our extensive Spring stock
wliieii we have received and are daily receiving,
making it the largest and most varied assortment
North ol Sun Francisco,consisting in part of
GROCERIES,
Liyl'ORS.
SEGA RS,
MINER'S IMPLEMENTS,
CROCK lilt V.
SADDLER Vr
IlARDVi ARE.
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac.
Those desirous of purchasing at Wholesale, we
invite their attention to our establishment, being
sutislh'd that we are aide to suit them in any and
all Goods, at prices much lower than any other
House in W eaverville. D. M. EDER A Co.
Kins Proof Building, Main street.
Weaverville, May !i, I85ti. 15-tf.
Mu I'ill ’N Hale.
Ij) V VI RTF K of an order of sale tome directed
) issued out of the honorable District Court of
the 15th Judicial District, in and tor Trinity
iiinty, State of California, oil a judgment ren
:rcd therein on the 25th of June, lsnli, in tIn;
so of Catherine) Chattelleon W idow Pareleur,
. Frances Pigeon, I have this day seized and
ill expose to sale at public auction, on the 2Htli
ly of July, ls5li.bt tue. il tie 1 hours of 10 o'clock
m. and I l\ w., at the premises, to the highest
ic best bidder for cash, all the right, title and
.tort si of above named parties in and to a house
store situated on Deadwood Crock known as
ie "Deadwood Store.' together with all the up-
: u uuy wise appertaining thereto, to
itisly said order of the Honorable Court.
E. NEB LETT, Sheriff.
By J. A. Wat.son, Deputy.
Weaverville, July fitli, 1850. n25-tf.
Genuine Farina Cologne.
• i w | DOZ., direct from the Manufacturers.—
)\/l/ Jual received, (ex Tami l line,) and for
le by 11. H. THAYER A Co.
Montgomery st., near Market,
fcan Francisco, June le56. ] .j(m
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
R. \V. WILSON, Proprietor.
rpniss wi ll-known Hotel, situated on Main
L St., Weaverville, having been refitted, JiUL
and a number of large, well-ventilated bed-rooms
added to it, is now opened, by K. W. \V ilsox.
The Sleeping apartments and Table being un
der the personal supervision of
M US. \VI LSON,
all who may favor this House w ith their patron
age may feel confident of having the best the mar
ket affords, os well as every attention to make
them comfortable, on terms to suit the times.
Weaver. June W. 1M0. 27-tf.
INDEPENDENCE HOTEL.
I. DAVIS, Proprietor.
rpuis popular Hotel is uoiv under the
L management of the Proprietor and his .
lady, whose experience in the business is iL'Jl
not excelled by any in this part of the State. The
House is 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 US. DAVIS.
In short, the Proprietor Hatters himself that en
tire satisfaction will lie given to those who favor
him with their patronage. The business will be
conducted on the CASH system, exclusively. A
continuance of public patronage is solicited.
Weaver, June 2S, lsbii. 23-tf.
EUAUiEEYVILLE HOTEL.
Dr. H. M. CHAUNCEY. Proprietor
r PHi: Proprietor having just completed ‘
I a large and commodeous Hotel, w ill
hereafter lie prepared to aeeommoilate iiilHB.
those w ho may favor him with their pall imago
in a manner lie trusts will please them.
It is a pleasant drive from the tow n of Weaver
to this lintel, amt partienlar attention will lie
paid to keeping a supply of refreshments on hand
for transient visitors.
The table and sleeping department are under
the care and direction of Mas. til li.iniin, a lady
well qualified to make everything pleasant ami
agreeable to those who max visit lliis Hotel.
The liar is under the charge of Mu. ,1 veiui (loss,
already well known in thisciimmuiiity. whore the
best uf Liquors and Cigars can always be Itniud.
Chiiunecyville, July 12, lbdti. 25-If.
MAIN HOI SI-:,
< 'OKM It 111 I >. .X Tllllin S IT till IS,
M llt\SI 11,1.11.
r pi I IS new and w ell-regulated I louse is one
L of llie largest and lie-t furnished lintels
in Califeriiia. The rooms are largo ami well ven
tilated. The Hotel is open night ami day, ami
tile people of Northern California arri ving at Ma
rysville in tin* night will find good rooms, neat
beds, and have every attention paid them at this
House. < 1 Et t. Ii<>\\ L, Proprietor.
Si v vihi u Ptxi.uv. Superintendent.
Marysville, July HI, Is,ill. 2ti-tf.
WESTERN HOTEL.
No. II and Li K. Street, between Second A Third,
SACK A S1 II N TO.
F. A. BIRGE AND ELI C. LATHROP,
1’UOI'UIKTOHS.
f PHIS Huiise is an entirely new tin proof lniilil-
I ing. (iiinil in eommoilations fin Families.
.iTOI’EN ALL NKillT. w
Meals, .ill ets. Lodgings, all ct-. Stages leave
tliis House every incli ning, for all parts of the
mines.
Sacramento, July 12, ].-.*•<!, 25 if.
MAGNOLIA SALOON.
MAIN' STItLKT, ... WI; V VTTlMl.l.lC.
Sam on Iiantl Again!
f PI I IS Saloon lias lately undergone u thorough
I repair, and lieeu greatly iuiprnved. Tho
BOWLING ALLEYS
hating lieeu entirely relllleil, caiinol tail In give
satisfaetioii io lliuse wlm may lavni us vvith their
pain mage. \ii excel lent 111 LI .1A 111) T ABLE Inis
Ill'll recently bet'll milled l.i lie' li.-l of amusements
and ut I ructions of this Saloon.
i lie proprietors being uv or grille fill for the lib
erality bestowed upon liiem by t In dr It iemls, vnmld
respecttully say that they will lie mu ! happy at
all times In wait upon tlinn. whenever they ran
make it convenient to call.
S. ll. lv ULI I HOB A (hi.
Weaver, April 1 !>, Is.iii. Li-lf.
,, DL.UE WING.”
f PllL iiinlerHlgneil desiri's to infoi'in his friend
I in Weavei i ille, and the public generally, Unit
lie lias opened a
S A I. <>(> \
of Hie aliove name, on Main street, where lie hopes
to give general satisfaetioii to his patrons.
The la st ol Liquors and Cigars w ill he furnish
ed at llie Itar. and no pains will lie spared to make
his place agreeable and popular.
JAMES LYNCH.
Weaver, June 7, lbfdi. gn-tf,
“ GEM ’ SALOON.
r I Mil. Mill'd ilici IjpgH loavr to iiif<»rm his
I IVmmh and tin* public that In* has npciiA/ V
<d tin* aho\«* Saloon, on Main hlriM-l. Wen- TVs
vi*i\ when* lie will be Imppy to supply tlidn with
I re i 'mun, and all kinds fit n licshnicnt .
at all liniirn ol the day and niuhi.
Km ry c\« i tion will be made on tin* part of the
TYnprietor t«> please those who inuj fiivoi* him
with their palronajo*.
rinnee WiuuH, Lu|Uom and Cigars can he had
at the liar, liOHKK'I UIXSMUHK.
Weaver, June* 21, 18,'dl. 2IMf.
Tinmti <.\iua:\ ntoim:.
vi its ktiiki:t, we vv i:iiv n.i.i .
rpm: proprietnrH of Hint eslali'ishinont w ould re
I spec (fully aniioiiiiee In their their friends and
the public generally, Hint they keep constantly
hand mid for sale all kinds ol choice \ egetablie.
brought fre - i from their Itaneli on Trinity Itiver,
every day; The also hav e a complete selection of
Groceries and i'rovisions. including,
SI (1 Alt, COKEEK, KICK, Ti: \,
BETTER, EGGS, CIILLSH,
and. in fuel; every thing in llie (iroeery, Vegnta
ble and I'rovisiou line. Tlieir prices are low, the
proprietors being determined to do a largo busi
ness at small profits. Friends will please givn us
a e ill. MORSE, M VHI 10 A CO.
N. I*. \\ e Lav e a .' \ \\ M11 ,L in opera I iccii on
our Itaiirli, and will supply (lie citizens of Wcu
vervilIt: and vicinity with Lumber ol a superior
quality ut very low rale .
•• Older-for Lumber, left at the‘'Trinity
Harden .'(ore,” will lie promptly attended to.
Dec. K, 1*55. M., M. A CO,
MAIN STREET, W FAN'Kit VILLE.
’■I Doors abot c I lie .loiinml OITiirr.
HAVING permanently establislied ourselves in
.. the Hardening business, we have no hesitation
in saying to the citizens of Weavervillo that we
can anil w ill supply them with the finest and ear
liest vegetables brought to this market, at such
prices that none can go aw av dissatisfied.
-SiLLIVAN & KELT Lit.
Weaver, June 2H, 1 e.'di. iiil-tf.
A. SO l„U M O N,
Firr-I’roof lirirk St ore,
MAIN STI1KET, - - - WKAVKimt.I.E,
(next door to the. J'uet (>Jlire.)
PACKERS & TRADERS SUPPLIED.
I have just received a fresh assortment of all dcs
cripttons of I V-hionabh Clothing. Dry Hoods,
Boots A Hines, l'ocket A Table Cutlery, BUtols,
Ac. Also, u choice selection of the tir.it Brands o'
Havana Cigars and Tobacco, and 1 feel
that a call will prove entirely wtitltWK.ry.
>Ur?b ‘.‘2,-9 tf, 1 a fjOLOMQN.
F. W. BLAKE & CO.’S
EXPRESS & BANKING OFFICE
connecting with
WELLS, FARGO & C o.
CTOLLLCTIONS made. and a general Express
business attended to. SIGHT DRAFTS at
„„ . par on
SHASTA,
MARYSVILLE,
SACRAMENTO, and
SAN FRANCISCO.
W ELI.>, I ARGO A to. S Exchange for sale
on all the principal Cities in the Atlantic States.
Special and General Deposits Received.
Or O I. I » 1> l T S T
nortillT AT THE lltOHEST MARKET HATES.
Office in Davison A Harris' Fire Proof Building.
Main street. Weaver.
F. W. BLAKE & CO.
Weaver. May 10, lSjti. lti-tf.
E. G. JOSLIN’S
1UDGEV 11.1.K MX PRESS !
connecting with the
lMC’IFlC EXPRESS Co.
to all parts of the atlantie States and Europe, by
every Steamer. Mr. Joslin leaves Weaverv ille ev
ery i'l ESDAX and SATl RDAY morning, for
LEWISTON. (Trinitv River.)
RATES' R VNCH.
CHELLIS’ MILLS.
MLNERSX II LE,
DIGGER CREEK.
MI LE CREEK, and
RIDGEV 1LI.E,
and will give particular attention to the carrying
ami delivery of LETTERS, PACKAGES,TUFAS
1 RE, Ac. DRAFTS purchased upou any Rank
ing House in the Stale.
Collections made, and all business in the Ex
press line carefully attended to.
;:-cVGold Dust bought. E. G. JOSLIN.
Weaver, March 1. IsStl.
RAVELEY’S EXPRESS.
CONNECTING WITH
Tin* PiirilH' Express t nmpnnxy
To all parts of the Northern timl Southern Mines,
and to the Atlantic States and Europe
\\ EEKI.X.
Will run a regular and reliable Express from
WEAVERVILLE
TO
OREGON (jri.CU,
P E X N S X 1, v A N I A 1*. V II,
CANON CITY, or
.1 A C K ASS H A 11 .
Collections made, orders received, and packa
ges forwarded with
I’l'omitl ii»‘ss iiikI l)is|>iit) li.
Alvv avs on hand,
LATEST STATES PAPERS.
Highest price pnt<| for
GOLD DUST.
augll tl S. W. KAVKI.EY, Agt.
DA V ISO,\ A II \I!IIIS.
MAIN ST. WEAVERVILLE.
II
Denleia in Drugs, Patent Medicines, Sta
tioneiy, Wines. Liquors, Tobacco,
Segais, &c.
REING now permanently settled in our NEW.
ruii:-i'ii(inr itt immmj,
and thankful for the \ rry liberal patronage we
have teeehcil for tie- past THREE ) E \ES. now
offer our old customers mid all new ones, a large
and well-selected stock of pure DREGS, and
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,
of which wo are the authorized agents. Also,
the largest and most complete assortment of
IVrhinitT.v, Fancy ami Toilcl \iticlis.
We would also eall Iheir ulteiitioii lo our stock of
consisting of Novels, Histories, School books, lie
prose ami Poetical works of tint most eminent An
iliors,
CUTLERY & WRITING MATERIAL
nl every description. In addition to Iho above,
wo have on hand a line assortment of < ii M iNu
BRANDIES, WHISKEY,
ami Ionian Wines. Al <>,
T< >1! \( '( '< > AN I ) CUIAUS,
together with a very large stock id' American
Playing Cards, all of which will lie sold at great
Iv reduced prices, for the reason that we have Hi t
tied here permanently, and cun ull'ord to sell for
less profit than those who are more anxious
“ TO MAKE THEIR PILE,”
in a short time. ()ur mot lo is,
< mlil wlim yvecaii ( ash when we cannot.
Jan. 2d, I Holi.
n I 11.
II A It l> U A It |),
I r o n ancl Stool.
VT . \\. TI.VMX a. t
WKHT Slid. M AI X ST. M.x I HOOK To MI.Milt'ri HOTEL.
UJ E are now receiving ami will keep alwuys on
hand, a general assorlim-iit ol’ Hardware, of
the Rest quality, consisting of
a r. h’koii./iv .i\/> no a si: \ \u.s,
shov/: is, n i. 1:1*0 os, .in; on s,
i Ills /. /. s', /■/. I A h'.S, II | ll 'HOTS
inr/s,
.IMS,
noi. os,
MIC It' S,
/ I I'l'll IS,
Ol l./.’S,
S(jl . Ill KS,
1.00 I'll I/AN,
//. i i.ti:ic
ru mi: ••
n mum; h //.’/:,
si i:i: ii ,s,
no on n Mrs,
on i it a v iri:s
oui \ nsrn \ /:,s',
ciinsscrr s.t it's,
ii////*
in mi o
oiice roiih's,
//ip limits,
lion.I A. <;l IChSII. YEN, W! Show (SLASH
I'l /TP. /' l/.V/S. Oll.S. r WMSIIEH, t\ ,
BLACK.' Ml TIPS furnished with the best arti
ele of Iron and .'Steel of every size. |Vu- ca-li only
W. V,. Tl WIN A c„.
N i aver, April 12, 1 s/ld.
P.'-tf.
k
DER SEWING MACHINE I
AVING purchased a _
lreuvy stock ot Domes'
tics at present low rates,
we are enabled to oiler still
greater inducements than
heretofore, in the way of
Sewing.
Those having Hon •• Li
nings to sew, call at oar
Establishment. FLOP It
RAGS made at San Frail „
cisco rates. HOSE coo
staidly on hand, ami made
to order, t X KPETS.Duck
Pants, ami
It I D I N G S K I I! T S ,
Sewed on tie- Machine, superior to anything dop 0
in the country. D. M. ERElt A I'j
Weaverville, May 3, 1856. 15-tf
4 opart mrsliip !\o', j,.,^
r I HI E undersigned, having fo-. mp(1 a f .„* rtn
,,"U i« «,lidU„B '.CSVi'
inesn entrusted to i ,, , on an uus
best manner anil y'hall be executi d ill l ie
taken Hie < 1 rnw. They have
Johnson formerly occupied by Harris A
‘ * ?.*) l, “ : ut r.»m t street,in tli(»
tin , o caverviHa, and will bo ready at ail
.us to accommodate persons wishing to contract
lor the building ot Bridges, Brick or Frame Hou
ses, and Dwpenter Work generally.
LOVE 4 BRAY.
Weaver, April 12,1555, js tf.
Summons.
State of California, I ,
County or Thimtt j a%
In the District Court of the 15 th Judicial District .
Susan Young, pPttT, vs. Anderson Young, deft
r P H E PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALI-
A FORNIA, To Anderson Young:—You ar»
hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Su
san Young, tiled against you. as follows : If serv
ed on you in this County, within tea days ; if serv
ed out of said County and in this Judicial Dis
trict within twenty days ; in all other cases within
forty days, in each case exclusive of the day of
such service, in an actiou commenced against you
in the aforesaid Court, on the 27th day of June,
A. I), lsoti, wherein the said plaiutitf prays judg
ment against you, the said defendant, for a De
cree of Divorce from the bonds of matrimony,
as in said plaintiff's complaint more fully appears.
It you tail to answer said Complaint as herein di
rected, the plaintiff will take judgment against
you tiv default, and will apply to this Hon. Court
tor the relief in said Complaint demanded.
d
Civcn under my hand and the Seal
<>t the District Court of the 13th Ju
d ei.il District, this 27th day of June,
in the year ot our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and titty-six.
„ „ H J SEAMAN', Clerk,
by U. 0. Sti .vht, Dep, Clerk.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 lnl.MhJudi-
County of Trinity. \ cial Dist.Court
in and for said County and State. May Term A
D. lSoti.
Susan Young, 1
vs. ■ Action for Divorce.
Anderson Young. }
It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that service cannot be made on the Defendant iu
the above entitled cause, because he canuot b*
found in this State. It is therefore ordered that
service thereof be made by publication of the
Summons against said Defendant, once a week for
twelve weeks, in the •• Trinity Journal,” publish
ed in the County of Trinity. And the Clerk of
this Court is hereby directed to issue a Summons
aud eertitleate us required iu this Order.
(.Signed,) J. S. 1’ITZER, Dist. Judge.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, , (
County of Trinity, s ‘ s ’ ) I, H. J. Sea
man, Cb ik of the Court aforesaid, hereby certify
the above a true copy of the Order of said Court
now on tile iu my office,
— 1 — In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
t i I my hand and seal of said Court, this 27 th
j ' ' ' ( day of June, A. D. lSoti.
If J SEAMAN, Clsrk.
By R. (I. Sri vur, Deputy. 24 3ui.
Nichols’ Patent Combination
SODA FOUNTAIN
and PATENT CARBONIC ACID
Patented July •«», 1851.
rp 11 E AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN COM-
I l’ANY, manufacturing the above Soda Water
Apparatus, would call the attention of Druggists.
Confectioners, Ol ucres, Hotel Keepers, Masters of
| Steamboats, Ocean Packets, Keepers of Saloons,
Ac., to these cheap, compact, convenient instru
ments. Beyond nil question, they ure the cheap
, est, most compact, aud desirable arrangements of
the kind ever ottered to the trade. Scarcely a
dialer < all lie found dependant upon city luauufuc
turiTH for a supply of charged wuter, w ho has not
most adroitly desired an Instrument,contbiulng
I lie requisite advantages of cheapness, compact
ness, safety and power, which are louud iu Nich
ols' Patent Fountains.
They meet a great want which all the various
form* of Air Pump Apparatus, Apparatus for thu
employment of Tartaric Acid ami Soda, objection
able aud feeble as they are, have fuiled to meet.
Even remote Country Dealers have rejected such
nmchinei v. and now demand apparatus capable
of producing standard official Carbonic Acid W a
tcr.
True Carbonic Acid or Soda Water is made
with Nichols’ Combination Fountain. Its power
is very great. The expense of the Instrument
brings it within the reach of every dealer. By
il - use, lie makes his own Soda \t ater on his own
premise-. He can never be out of the Beverage,
with this Instrument, more than a few minutes ut
a time. Il will cost him but a mere trifle to man*
iifneturc his Soda Water, lie saves all the profits
of Ihe business biusclf. The Instrument requires
but little more loom Ibuu the ordinary Copper
Resell oir. It is portable, and can be removed to
any locality. Small tow n -and v illages, and even
private dwellings, can receive the benefits of this
invention ; uud Hie spark ling, temperance, health
ful beverugo can, with these Instruments, be af
forded in every coiiiiiiuuity.
The Patent ijrnet'utnr is designed for those who
own tue old I'orni of Reservoir, and who wish to
charge them on their own premises, It is design
ed lo ineei the wants of small country dealers, as
well as large. The (Jem rator is powerful, safe,
i usily managed, mid sold ut u moderate price.
Some have made a mistake from the fact that
Soda is used iu this machine, in supposing that it
was nl the atmospheric air pump variety of nppa
lie 'ITiihis not the ease. Such mnehiues do not
make pure mineral or sudd w ater, but a fictitious
mixture, w uieli, to be palatable must have u large
quantity of syrup to cover Up the taste.
Nichols’ apparatus makes true carbonic ttcld
water, such us is used in the large cities.
Each Instrument, before it leaves the manufac
ture! hands, is subject to a pressure of twelve
atmosphere or about two hundred pounds to the
square inch, by hydraulic pressure. The great
est pains is taken to have every instrument per
fect. No apprehensions need be felt on that ac
count. They will not be liable to get out of or
der. \\ 1 1h fair usage, they must continue perfect
for many years. They me not complicated, but
very simple and easily understood by any one of
ordinary rapacity. Very full and explicit direc
tions go with each instrument.
The eo-t of charging a twelve gallon Fountain
is from 37 J cents lo 50 cents, or about J cents a
gallon.
In addition to the above, Soda Draft Apparatus
of Marble and Silver Elated, also, line Fruit
Syrups.
The above for sale by B. B. Til \YER ,1 Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Drliggisis,
Montgomery si., near Market,
Manufacturers’ Agent*.
8an Francisco, Juno 2K, 1850. 23-3m.
COUNTY ASSESSMENTS
for l S.Yf* - \>7.
MMli: mi.M’lON OF OWNERS aud Agents
I of Real Estate and Personal Property within
the County of Trinity , i* hereby directed to the
provi-imiH nf the I 'ii 111 ii Revenue Aet ot the State
of < ’alil'ornia, requiring them to furnish statements
id the Millie to tin * ouilty Assessor ; speciflying
llir exact boundaries of the Real Estate ; with the
buildings and improvements thereon; together
w ith the x alue of all Personal Property, ".nofudlng
goods and eliattb of every deseviptbjn ; all Cash,
Monied Stock. Notes, Bonds. Mortgages, Ac., 4c.|
whether owned, nr held in tru i for others.
. T/ \. ** " n Y Person shall oe guilty of giving a
false list of property, r the oath rewind; by
laxv, such perse „ >.* llx jj | l(i liable to incitement for
perjury, an' , t i ,, property shall h*. M*bl*j to three
tunes tie u.anal tax.
- ",,
ihe assessment of alt property of persons.
r ’ iusing to give a list, wilt be doubled by the-
Board of Equalization, Blank statieiucuts may be*
bad on application at this office.
POM. TAX—SX
Particular atteutinn is directed to the following
section of the Revenue Act: “ Each male inhabi
tant of tliis State, over twenty-one years of age
and under fifty years of age shall pay to the
County Assessor a Poll Tax of Three Dollars for
the use of the .State and County ; and to enforce
the collection of the same, the Comity Assessor
may seize so much Of any mid every speoies of
property, iu possession of the person refusing to
pay, as’will lie sufficient to pay such Poll Tax
with the costs of seizure ami sale, and he may sell
the same, upon giving a verbal notice One Hour
previous to such sale,” D. TV. POTTER,
County Assessor.
Office on Court Street, Weavcrville.
May IQ,
16 tf.

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