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Appropriations made by the Legislature
of 1855 and 1856.
The following is a statement of the ex
penses of the State government, for th
years 1855 and 1850. It is a true copy o:
the record, as furnished from the books o
the Comptroller to the Sacramento Unto)
Perhaps no item of so much importance, am
one so deeply interesting to the tax-payer o
California, could be laid before the people a
this time. It is a matter which is rcferrec
to by the politicians and political speaker
of all parties. We therefore publish th
full and complete statement, in order tha
our readers and the citizens of all partie
may be able to understand correctly the trn
statement in regard to this important mat
ter.
It will be understood that the term dt
ficxency means appropriations made by th
Legislature to pay debts against the Stat
which had accumulated the year previous
because the Legislature of the preceding
year failed to make its appropriations larg
enough to cover the expenses.
APPROPRIATION'S FOR 1855.
Whole amount specifically appropri
ated $ 1,0(58,718 3
Of the above amount, the following
are for deficiencies and extraordi
nary expenses:
Deficiency appropriation $311,380 39
Compensation of Cl'k of
War Hoard 3,000 00
For relief of Strali Sta
ples 400 00
To pay Coats & Weed.. 100 00
“ Lewis Bartlett.. 144 00
For the relief of Knox If
• Farquharson 4, 07117
For relief of Addison
Waters 1,100 00
For relief of A. T. Mel
vin 18,420 00
For relief of Frank Den
ver 1,000 00
For relief of 1\ K. Wood
side 701 00
For relief of Wing A
Williamson 90 00
For relief of 11. Hand, C.
K. Paine 197 00
For work on State Pris
on 10,535 90
$351,739 1(
$ 717,008 01
There was paid out of a General
Contingent appropriation for
salaries and attachees ofState
Prison, up to 1st of Feb. 1850. 38,959 94
Making appropriation for ordinary
expenses $755,908 88
In the above appropriation bv tin 1 Leo-:.-
lature of 1855, of $l T !lCo,74S 39, the sum
of $iil-l,280 811 was appropriated to meet
the deficiencies of the year preceding, am
$40,25!) (10 were provided to meet hills ol
an unusual or extraordinary character. Ol
the $1,068,748 39, the sum of $755,968 87
was expended to pay the ordinary expenses
of the State government. But that sum
proved insufficient to pay the expenses of the
State for that year, and appropriations to
meet the deficiencies in 1855 were made in
1856 to the amount of (including theolliciul
advertising deficiency,) $274,061 85. To
give the real sum expended in 1855, for the
ordinary expenses of the State government,
add the latter sum lo the actual appropria
tions for ordinary expenses in that year.—
The account would then stand, properly—
appropriations for the ordinary State ex
penses in the year 1855, $755,988 87. I
ficiency appropriations for 1855, made by
the Legislature of 1856, $274,061 85.—
-Aggregate ordinary expenses for the year
1855, $1,030,030 72. We now turn to
the
APPROPRIATIOXH FOR 1856.
Whole amount appropriated $ 1,422,888 60
Of the above amount the following
are for deficiencies and extraordi
nary expenses :
General Deficiency appro
priation $213,641 10
For Official Advertise
ments Deficiency.... 60,420 75
For support ofState Ori
son for Jan. 1856.... 26,000 00
To suppress Indian hos
tilities in Klamath and
other counties 15,000 00
Supreme Court reports
for 1854 3,000 00
Instruments and furni
ture for Surveyor Gen
eral's office 3.500 00
To pay certain coupons. 112 00
Erection of State Capitol 300,000 00
To erect wing to State
Insane Asylum 40,000 00
Compensation of Com
missioners to settle In
dian War Debt 8,800 00
■ $669,473 85
$753,414 75
10,000 00
Amount appropriated for ordinary
expenses $743,41 1 75
IKrror ii. above account of ten thousand dollars
on State Prison contract; it was estimated atone
hundred thousand dollars, whereas it is only nine
ty thousand dollars for this year.
Of the extraordinary appropriations for
|856, that for the State Capitol will hard
ly be touched this year, .78 the contract is
uot yet let. liven when it is, the payments
are to be made in bonds, but no interest is
to be paid u|ioii them under the law, until
sometime next year. The $40,000 for build
ing a wing to the Insane Asylum will be
expended, as the wing is now being built.
The amount paid to suppress Indian hostili
ties will doubtless be refunded by the Gen
eral Government; that for settling the In
dian war debt at Washington should have
been appropriated by the session of 1855,
and would have been had that Legislature
discharged fully its duty in the premises.
It is believed by the Controller that the
appropriations of last year for the ordinary
expenses of the State Government will be
sufficient to cover, with perhaps one or two
exceptions, the expenses they were intended
to meet. If this anticipation is realized,
there will be no deficiency bill called for
daring tile next session, and the difference
of txtftte ex ] tenses foi‘ ordinary purposes in
1855 and 1856, will be the difference be
tween tbe sum of $1,030,030 i'J expended
in 1855 for ordinary expenses, and tuC SU1U
of $743,414 75, expended for ordinary put
poses of the State Government in 1856, or
during the first year of the present Adminis
tration. This calculation, which we deem
correct, makes the State Government ex
penses in 1855 exceed the expenses of the
t>amc Government in 1856 in the sum of
$286,615 97. It thus appears that, not

withstanding the appropriations for ail pur
poses in 1856 exceed those of 1855, yet the
real expenditures of the State Government
in 1850 are considerable less than those of
1855.
The expenses of the Legislature of 1856,
as is shown by the following tables, were
$81,037 60 less than those of the Legisla
ture of 1855:
EX TENSES OF THE I.EGTSI.ATTRE OF 1853.
Per diem of Lt. Governor nnd thirty
three Senators—127 days .'.$ 52.C75 00
Mileage of Senators 3,903 00
l’cr diem of eighty Assemblymen—
127 days 121,900 00
Mileage 10,975 20
Officers and Clerks of the Senate. . . . 20,845 00
Officers nnd Clerks of the Assembly. . 08.731 00
Contingents of the Senate 15,500 00
Contingents of the Assembly 25,508 37
Contingents of the Legislature 10,192 21
Total $375,449 98
EXPENSES OK THE I.EUISI.ATIRK OF 1850.
Per diem of Lt. Governor and thirty
three Senators—100 days $ 44,219 00
Mileage of Senators 3,904 00
Per diem ot eighty Assemblymen—
lOOdays 101,783 00
Mileage of Assemblymen 11,279 40
Pay of Officers and Clerks of Senate 34,904 00
Pay of Officers and Clerks of the As
sembly 33,611 00
Contingents of the Senate 15,604 30
Contingents of the Assembly 17,987 50
Contingents of the Legislature 29.919 09
Total $298,412 29
Modoc War.
We make the following extracts from the
Yreka Union of Oct 2d, which is furnished
that paper bv a correspondent from the seat
of war.
The night of the 21st we camped on a
large tributary of Big Klamath Lake, with
the lake itself in full view ; and by the sig
nal smokes, seen in every direction, knew
that the Indians were thoroughly aroused,
and aware of our position. Early on the
morning of the 22d active preparations were
made for attacking the Indians in the tide
along the edge of the lake, and shoes and
moccasins were found to be more in requisi
tion than boots, as most of us had already
had some experience in wading.
Leaving the guard in camp with the bag
gage, the command started to see what fun
would turn up during the day, and in a short
time an old buck, on the opposite side of the
river, nt a distance, showed himself and
" hollered” wake sulnks, hi ns tik n rinse tea
tea. Lain Its, Lai ales, <$v. dr. *
den Cosby, after trying for some time to
get him to come into camp—the Indian
evincing a good deal of diplomacy, and nt
1 tl’.v lug v. dwiYieiegc out to come on
and light—sent (’apt, Williams, with t en
ty-five men, across the river to bring on an
action it possible, and at tin* same time sent
( apt. Ballard up the river to bring down
some Indian boats—which we had luckily
discovered—in order to get nt them in the
water.
(’apt. W illiams found the Indians in the
tide were hard to get at, and not disposed
to fight, but succeeded in getting three
bucks out and bringing them into camp.—
The Indians reported themselves ns disposed
lobe friendly; denied murdering and steal
ing ; that they were of Lalakes tribe,
who was himself in Oregon on a visit to
(ion. Palmer, to get a close paper and hi n
ictcrs; that the Modocs of Tide Lake had
been doing all the mischief recently done,
and were lead on by “ Nigger Bill,” who
tad made them believe that they could whip
ill the Host nns “out clean;” that Lalakes
nid thrown oil the Modocs—who were once
lis people— because they made tear with the
chiles. They also stated that as soon as
Lalakes returned from Oregon he would
■ome into our camp and see us. They
wanted us to return to them their captured
lorses and children, which Gen. Cosby re
vised to do until they came into camp and
give proofs of friendship for the whites,
which they promised to do in a few days.—
Oen. Cosby stated to them his wish to be
at peace it they would be friendly, and his
determination to make war on them if they
chose to be hostile ; which lie could now do
to better advantage, having rode all over
their country and seen it.
* The Lalakes, the Lalakes, nre not
your enemies, we desire very much a friend
ly talk.—En. Jourxai,.
The editor of the Yreka Union adds :
The Modoc Indians seem to be wonder
fully indifferent to the severe war which the
volunteers under the command of Oen Cosby
are now waging against them. They push
up to within a few miles of Yreka, and com
mit serious depredations. Last week a
band supposed to be seven in number, visit
ed, during the night, the ranch of Messrs.
Hammer Si Burr, and carried off several
head of horses. The animals were staked
out quite near to the house, and within a
few rods of where the men were sleeping.—
If it had been necessary to have slaughtered
the family in order to carry out their pur
poses, the Indians would have undoubtedly
done so, as they had them wholly within
their power. A band of six Indians were
also seen at Tupper’s ranch, three miles
from Price’s, in Shasta Valley, and within
thirteen miles of Yreka.
NOTIC33.
T'17'K linve this day disposed of our interest in
V V the Drug Store on Main Street, to II. W. An
derson, who will hereafter conduct the business.
DAVISON A HARRIS.
Weaver, August 2, 1850. 38-tf.
PAPER HANGINGS & CARPETS.
JUST RECEIVED,
PFi: I.ATM ARRIVALS, liv FRANK li.VKMR,
no and 112 Olay street. San Francisco
800 cases Paper Hangings, F’rench and Ameri
can, every variety ;
6000 rolls French and American Borders ;
800 ps Tapistry Velvet Carpet;
<>2.0 p« Tapestry Brussels Carpet;
280 ps Three-l’ly Carpet;
800 ps Superfine Ingrain Carpets ;
850 ps Kxtra Fine Ingrain Carpets ;
200 ps Cotton and Wool Carpets ;
125 ps Stair Carpets, assorted ;
275 ps Bay State Druggets ;
800 ps Oil Cloths, assorted;
125 ps Silk Damask and Brocatello ;
000 ps Cotton and Worsted Damask ;
pair Window Shades ;
375 p,;ir I.ece Curtains;
750 pair Muslin Curtains ;
8000 Cornices and Curtain Bands ;
820 dozen Matts, assorted ;
Stair Rods. TaMo Covers, (.imps, Fringes,Ac.,
Wholesale aud Retail, hv
FRANK It AKER,
3C-3ui. UO aud 112 Claj- d.. Saa Frauds^.
AVITSKS !
T ONGWORTH'S SPAKKI.IXG CATAWBA.
I i HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
CLARET,
SAUTERNE,
SHERRY A
MADEIRA M INES,
together with a general assortment of fine French
Cognacs ami domestic liquors, at the most rea
sonable prices by H, HOCKKR.
Weaver, August !>. 1856. 29-tf.
HA'JKJUJ ildJj J3i
J. LORTSDORF,
NORTH SIDE OK MAIN STREET, WEAYEKVILLE.
\\
7’OULD call the attention of the citi
zens of Weaverville, and Trinity Co.
generally, to his new and splendid stock ol Fine
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Also, a large stock of California Jewelry on
hand, and constantly made to order.
KA?~Watehes carefully repaired, and choice
Specimen Rings and Breast Pins made to order.
Weaver, Sept. G, 1856. 33-tf.
NOTICE
To tlie Tax Payers of Trinity County.
HPHE Assessment roll having been received, no
1 tiee is hereby given that all tax payers can
now have an opportunity of paying their Taxes
WITHOUT COSTS.
E. NERLETT,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Dated August 25, 1856.
A T 1> A It ,
o \
Garrison, Morgan, Frelz & Ralston,
SAN FRANCISCO.
SIGHT DRAFTS at current rates, in sums to
suit, on
Manhattan Rank New York.
Charles Morgan A Co New York.
Darby A Barksdale St. Louis, Mo.
yt-it' Highest price paid for Gold Dust.
RHODES A WHITNEY,
.1x0. Amikkso.x, Agt.
Weaverville, May 17.1856. 26-tf.
For Sale at a Rargain.
f IMIE undersigned offers for sale one-lmlf intcr-
I est, in the Saw Mill at North Fork, together
with two Yoke of Oxen, Wagon, House, and all
the fixtures for carrying on the Lumber business.
The water privilege is the best in the County, nev
er failing, and the Mill is new, and in first rate
running order. This is the best chance for a per
manent investment in the County. For further
particulars, enquire at Weaver of John Cole, or
on the premises, of F. A. BUCK.
North Fork, August 23, 1856. 21-tf.
PICKLED SALMON.
I UST RECEIVED,20 Kegs Fresh Pick-AV'T
J led Salmon. For sale low. by 1 .■ftUai
Weaver, August 1). 1856.
II. llOClxe b\
2D tf.
SPRING STOCK.
Groceries, Liquors, Srgnis, Ac,
UTlTcnll the intention oV w.r numerous friends
and tlie public to our extensive Spring stock
which we have received and are daily receiving,
making it the largest and most varied assorlmeiit
North of San Francisco, consisting in part of
GROCERIES.
LIQUORS,
SUGARS,
MINER'S IMPLEMENTS,
CROCK FRY.
SADDLERY.
HARDWARE.
CLOTHING,
ROOTS AND Silt >KS, Ac.
Those desirous of purchasing at Wholesale, we
invite their attention to our establishment, being
satisfied that we are able to suit them in any and
all Goods, at prices much lower than any other
House in Weaverville. 1). M. EDERA Co.
Eire Proof Building, Main street.
Weaverville, May 3,1856. 15-tf.
WEAVERVILLE THEATER.
f I ''HIS Theater has been enlarged and put el
I in thorough repair, and will be rented by/SRI
the single night. month or scuson. The The LJR.
liter is well supplied with scenery and properties,
and will accommodate liv e hundred persons. For
terms, Ac. apply to F. W. Bi.akk, Weaver, Trinity
Co.
Weaver, July 12, 1856. 25-tf.
Foe Sale
1.000 The undersigned takes this LfiaSil
method of informing Merchants, Packers and oil
ers, that he lias on hundand for sale. Ibim galloi
of the best Cider Vinegar ever offered in this Com
ty. Orders from abroad respectfully solicited.
Office in Henry's new building, opposite Wood
Corrall. ’ C. McGOWAN.
Weaver, July 12, 1856. 25-tf.
VARIETY STORE.
Rvw Fire-Proof lirirU liuililing,
MAIN HT. - WKAVKItVJLUC,
(Adjoining the Independence Hole/,)
A. CANTOROWITZ dr CO.
WUOI.K8ALK AM) RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry-Goods, nothin?, Hoofs iV Shoos, cVr.
HAVING had experience in Merchandising, es
pecially in this town, for nearly three years,
we assure the public that our new stock of Goods
just received is the choicest and best in this mar
ket. being selected with reference to the wants of
this community.
We cheerfully invite the Ladies and Gentlemen
of Weaverville amt vicinity to call and examine
our newly selected stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
consisting of
DRY-GOODS,
CLOTHING,
BOOTS A SHOES, HATS,
BONNETS AND MANTILLAS.
CARPETS AND WALL PAPERS,
SADDLERY.
CUTLERY, Ac. Ac.
as we can assure them that they will Mini our goods
suited to their taste and necessities, mid at very
LOW PRICES.
One of our linn has already left for the Atlantic
Slates, to purchase goods for this market, and to
supply a branch house at the city of San Francis
co. A. C \NTOROWITZ A Co.
Weaver, March 8. 1856. 7-tf.
T. iiLFiJFI.S,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER
Wont side of Main street, Weaver,
(OITOSITK TIIK “ I1IAXA,”)
Has fur sale an extensive assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
PLAIN AND DIAMOND RINGS,
WATCH CHAINS.
BREASTPINS BRACELETS,and
J EW I.I.R Y of every description,
CLOCKS, km'
AT IlKAHONAM.K TKIIMS.
Particular attention given to the repairing ol
Watches.
Specimens neatly set. and all kinds of Califor
niu Jewelry manufactured to order, no. 15 tf
Notice of Dissolution.
rpilH firm of Wood. Phillips A Co., at Lewiston,
1 Trinity Co., Cal., is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. The business will hereafter be con
tinued by O. A A. Phillips, who will receive all
dues, aud pay all debts ot the late linn.
CEPHAS WOOD.
ASAPH PHILLIPS,
OLNEY PHILLIPS,
FRANK D. WOOD.
Lewiston, Sent. 1?. 1856. 37-3w.
F. W. BLAKE & CO.’S
EXPRESS & BANKING OFFICE
connecting with
WELLS, FARGO & Co.
COLLECTIONS made, and a general Express
> business attended to. SIGHT DRAFTS at
par on
SHASTA,
MARYSVILLE,
SAC RAM ENTO, and
SAN FRANCISCO.
WELLS, FARGO A CO.'S Exchange for sale
on all the principal Cities in the Atlantic States.
Special and General Deposits Received.
Or O LD D IT S T
norOIIT AT TUB llltlHKST MVI1KKT HATKS.
Otliee in Davison A Harris' Fire Proof Building.
Main street, Weaver.
F. W. BLAKE & CO.
Weaver, May 10, 1856. Iti-tf.
Dr. J. J. PIPER’S
RIDGKYll.LM EXPRESS!
connecting with
It 1IOUHS fcCo.N KXPRESS
to all parts of the Atlantic States and Europe, by
every Steamer. Dr. Piper leaves Wenverville ev
ery Tl ESDAV and SATURDAY morning, for
BATES' RANCH,
CIIELLIS' MILLS,
MINERSV1LLE,
DIGGER CREEK,
MI LE CREEK, and
R1DGEY1LLE,
and will give partienlar attention to the carrying
and delivery ot LETTERS. PACK AG ES.TR HAS
l RE, Ac. DR.VETS purchased upon any Bank
ing House in the State.
Collections made, and all business In the Ex
press line carefully attended to.
trer-Gold Dust "bought. J. J. PIPER.
Weaver, Sept. 25, 1*56.
RAVELEV’S EXPRESS.
CONNECTING WITH
Tin* Pacific Express Company,
To all parts of the Northern and Southern Mines,
and to the Atlnntie States and Europu
WEEKLY.
Will run a regular nml reliable Express from
WEAVERVILLE
TO
OREGON GULCH,
P E N N S Y I, V A N I A 1? A R,
CANON CITY, or
.1 A C K A S 8 11 A R .
Collections niadi*, orders received, and packa
ges forwarded with
Piuinplness and Oispatcli.
Always on hand,
' LATEST STATES PAPERS.
Highest price paid for
GOLD DUST.
migl I tl S. W. RAVELEV. Agt.
I !. \V. A X I ) KUSON ,
MAIN ST. WEAVERVILLE.
SIGNMIMiTMyiGMI.
Dealer in Dings, Patent Medicines, Sta
tionery, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco,
Segnrs, &c.
BEING now permanently settled in his NEW,
nni>i»noor iii ii.m\(,,
and thankful for the very liberal patronage he
lms received for the past THREE YEARS, now
oilers his old customers and ail new ones, a large
and well selected slock of pure DR PGS, and
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,
of which he is till* authorized agent. Also,
the largest and most complete assortment of
rnlniiiny, Fancy anil Toilet Articles.
Hu av on Id also call tlu*ir attention to hta stock of
■ EC 5***
constating of Novels, Histories, School-books, the
prose and Poetical works of tin; most eminent An
t lmrs,
CUTLERY & WRITING MATERIAL
of every description. In addition to the above,
he bason hand a line assortment of H km ink
BRANDIES, WHISKEY,
md Foreign Wines. Also,
T< ) 11A <'( < ) AND ( 'KiATJS,
ogethcr with a very large stock of American
Maying Cards, all of which will lie sold at great-
V reduced prices, for the reason that he has set
led here permanently, and can utl'ord to sell for
ess profit than those who are more anxious
“TO MAKE THEIR PILE,”
n a short time. My motto is,
(rctlil wlifii I can, 1'asliwlim I cannot.
Jan. 20, 1850. nl-tf.
BLUCKSMIT IIING.
( 1ARI! A. FROST would respectfully in-
V z lorm the public Unit they can always lie found
ut their old stand on Main slrrrl, 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,
nnd in the most kkii.i.i i i mannsii.
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 patronnge,
they would respectfully solicit a continuance ol
their favors.
Iron, Stool,
and Blacksmiths’ stock gem rally, always on hand
and for sale.
Weaver, Feb. 23, I Son. 2fi.
TO Till: LADIES
OF WEAVERVILLE!
I V LING now in the receipt of our Spring stock
I ) of Ladies’ Goods, w e now oiler the most com
plete assortment ever for sale in this place, con
sisting in part, of
l'ARASOLS, BONNETS,
SILK VIZITES, LAWNS.
I liENT II CALICOS, DOTTED MI SLINS,
BRILLIANTS, IM..MN * I- IG'RD. BAR AGES.
E 1.01:N< ED DI!ESSES.(’IIEM 1SETTES,
SLEEVES A COLLARS,
LADIES' SHOES AND SLIIM’ERS,
FRENCH BERFI'MERY, Ac. Ac.
D. M. EDER it Co. Main St.
Weaverville, May 3, 1*50. 15-tf.
II A It I) \V A It K,
Ir o n ft n cl Stool.
\X. TIN .N IN A. to.,
WKHT Sinr. MAIN ST. NKXT HOOK TO MINKIl'S UOTKI..
UJV. are now receiving and w ill keep always on
hand, a general assortment of llurdwure, of
the best quality, consisting of
ct:r,ivuout;nr and house nails,
SHOVELS, SI.EDOES, AUOVRS,
PLANES,
urn's,
AXES.
HELLS,
(•III SEES,
LOCKS,
LATCHES,
FILES,
SQUARES,
LOO CHAINS,
HALTER “
TRACE
IJAILIXO WIRE.
HA I
// t 7t ‘HE VS,
S< RE II S'.
II EE It 1‘CMI‘S,
I HI A IE UNICES
<• It IN DSTONES,
CROSSCUT SA WS,
WHIR
HAND
SLUICE FORKS,
FORKS,
BORAX, QEICKSI1. VER, WINDOW CLASS,
PUTTY. CALVES. OILS, t’A/t.YIS/IES, Ar..
BLACKSMITH'S furnished with the best arti
cle of Iron und Steel of every size, for cosh only.
W. W. TINN1N A Co.
Weaver. April 12 1?5G. 25 tf.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
R. W. WILSON, Proprietor.
rpins well-known Hotel, situated on Main
I St.. Weavervillo. having been refitted. fijllL
and a number of large, well-ventilated bed-rooms
added to it. is now opened, by It. W. IV ii.son.
The Sleeping apartments and Table being un
der the personal supervision of
MRS. WT I, SOX,
all who may favor this House with their patron
age may fed confident of having the best the mar
ket uttords, ns well as every attention to make
them comfortable, on terms to suit the times.
Weaver, June 28, 1856. 27-tf.
cuiicnmiiiim
Dr. H. M. CHAUNCEY, Proprietor
ritUK Proprietor having just completed .*-*•
I a large and oominodeous Hotel, will jj'jl
hereafter !«■ prepared to accommodate
those who may favor him with their patronage
in a manner lie tends will please them.
It is a pleasant drive from the town of Weaver
to this Hotel, anil particular attention will be
paid to keeping a supply of refreshments on hand
i'or transient visitors.
The table nnd sleeping department are under
the care and direction of Mas. (it ii.ntnn, a lady
well ipmlined to make everything pleasant and
agreeable to those who may visit this Hotel.
Chaunccyville. July 12, 1 Sot>. 25-tf.
I TATTN' llOlSK.
CORNEIt OF I"». A IHIlllt RT11KK i s.
M Alt YSV 11.1,1'.
THIS new ami well-regulated House isonewipV
of the largest and best furnished Hotels Idjl.
in California. The rooms are large and w ell ven
tilated. The Hotel is open night and day, and
tlio people of Northern ('allfornia arriving at Ma
rysville in tlie night will tind good rooms, neat
beds, and lane every attention paid them at this
House. (IKO. HOli’K, Proprietor.
Skvmoi h Pixi.kv. Superintendent.
Marysville, July 111, 1856. 2(1 tf.
MAGNOLIA SALOON.
MtlN HTltKKT, ... WK V VKltNIl.l.K.
Stun on liiiml Again!
Saloon has lately undergone a thorough
I repair, and been greatly improved. Tho
BOWLING ALLEYS
baving been entirely retitted, eannot fail to givi*
satisfac tion to those who may favot us with their
patronage. An excellent 1H1.I.I Alii) TAltl.K has
also recently been milled to the list of amusements
and attractions of this Saloon.
The proprietors being ever grateful for the lib
erality bestow eil upon them by their friends, w ould
respectfully snv that they will lie most linppv ill
all times to wait upon them, whenever they can
make it convenient lo call.
S. I). Kit EIDER A' On.
Weaver, April III, 1856. Hi tf.
WESTERN HOTEL.
No. 11 mill III K. SI root, between Second »V Tbinl.
S AC It A I>l K N T O .
F. A. BIRGE AND ELI C. LATHROP,
ritoritiKTuiiM.
House is un entirely new firo-proof build
I ing. (iooil ueeoiiinindiitionii for 1'mniUes.
7r<Y0IT.N ALL MRlIT. -tv*
Menls, f>0 ctR. Lodgings, 50 els. Singes lenvo
this House every morning, for all purls of the
mines.
Sacramento, July 12, 2f>-tf.
“GEM” SALOON.
OHUE sulisrriber liegs leave to iiilbnn his
I friends mid the public Hint lie lias open lit
eil the above Saloon, on Main street. Wen- /“fC
ver. where lie will be linppv to supply them w ith
((ysters, lee ('ream, mid all kinds of refreshments,
ill all hours of lhe ilav and night.
livery exertion will be made on the part of the
Proprietor lo please those who limy favor him
with their patronage.
Choice Wines, Hitpiors mid Cigars can be Imd
at Ibe liar. ROBERT DINSMORK.
\\ caver. Jim c 2 1, 188(1. 1 ; 1 1
Moiiistiiiii Marl,rl.
( X K W K I II K - e II II II K 1111 I. II I \ II , )
On Court St. at tho head of Main.
WKAVKItVIU.K.
rpill'l subscribers now occupy llieir new
I Mmkel. which Huy will endeavor to
keep supplied with as good lleef as Cali you
lornia allords. Also, Ml'TTt IN, I’OliK. C( iIJNHIl
BEEF, HICK I. HI) pi >|{|\ . SA I S AfJ MS, T|; in;,
mid all other things usually kept in n Market in
their season. We invite the public generally lo
call and see, LOOMIS, III'SCKOI’T A CO.
Weaver, August I,I, 1856, ;K,
COUNTY ASSESSMENTS
for I N.jll - \*>7.
fpilF. ATTENTION OF OWNERS mid Agents
1 ol Ucul I lale and Personal Properly within
the County of Trinity, is hereby direeled to the
pro, oil,us of dll' Public Itevemie Act of the Stall!
of California, reipiirilig llieni III furillsli Stutenieiils
o| tlie same to Ibe County Assessor; spccillying
Hie exact I II III lulu rii'H oftin- Ileal Kstllic ; with the
buildings mid improvements thereon ; together
with the value of all Personal Property, including
goods and chatties of ev ery description ; all Cash.
Monied Slin k, Noles, Honda. Mortgages. Ac., Ac.,
whether owned, or held in trust for others.
|| any person shall be guilty of giving a
false list ol properly, under the oath rei|iiired by
law. kui Ii person shall be liable lo iiiditenient for
perjury, mill the properly shall be liable to three
times Ihe usual lav.
r-'T-The assessment of nil properly of persons
refusing In give a list, will lie doubled by tlie
Hoard ol I lipiHli/alinn. Illmik stalemeiils may be
had on application af Ibis ollleo.
POM, TAX sri.
Particular iillention In directed In the following
section uf tlie lie\Cline Act : “ Kaeli nude iiihubi
tnnt of this Slate, over twenty-ono years of age
mid under fifty years of age shall pay to the
County Assessor a Poll Tax of Three hollars for
the use of the Stale and Comity ; mid In enforce
Hie lailleetiim of the same, the Comity Assessor
may seize so much of any and every species of
property, in possession of tlie person refusing lo
pay, as will lie sutlleient lo pay such Poll Tux
with till! costs of seizure mid sale, mid lie may sell
the same, upon giving a verbal notice One Hour
previous to such sale.” I>. W. POTTER,
Comity Assessor.
OITlci' on Court Street, Wi uvervllle.
May 10, 185(1. Hi tf.
TAVERN STAND,
STORK IIOi'SK, RAX II A* TWO
FERRIES FOR SALE.
fP II I, undersigned being de irons of returning
I to tlir Atlantic Slab s, offer for sale their well
known Tavern stand mid Ferry, located at the
mouth of the South Fork, on the trail leading
from Weuverville to Fuiontown, Humboldt Hay.
There is a good frame building on the premises,
used as a Hotel mid Store House ; also, a good
Kerry boat, with all the fixtures necessary for
safety and convenience. Also, a Itmicli nnd Fer
ry one mile above, on tlie Trinity river, where the
trail crosses tlie river leading from South Fork to
New Itiver. There is one hundred acres enclosed
by a substantial fence, sixty acres of w hich is un
der a high state of cultivation. There is a con
venient house on the Hunch. 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, w hich makes it
a very desirable location.
The above property will be sold low for cash,
mid a good title given to the purchaser. For fur
ther particulars, ent|uire at the Journal oflloc, or
of the subscribers on the premises.
mid. & McCann.
South Fork, July 19,185G. 2(l-tf.
Duttor! Butter!
IIt I, S II I'll.I, RIVER BUTTER, for sale by
L 11. HOCK Kit.
Weaver, August 9, 1856. 29 tf.
' THF 1 !!* Ali KEVOLI TIOJJ !
I HE Vvo* LD UNANIMOUS.
HALLOWA Y'S o.nt M ENT.
THE GREAT COUNTER IRRITANT:,
The virus of disease often makes its way to th«
internal organs through the pores of the skin.—
This penetrating Ointment, melting under the
hand as it is rulihed in. is absorbed through the
same channels, and, reaching the seat of inflam
mation, promptly and invariably subdues it,
whether located in the k idneys. the liver, the
lungs, or any other important ’organ. It pene
trates the surface to the interior, through the
counties* tube* that communicate with the skin
as summer rain passes into the fevered earth, dif
fusing its cool and regenerating influence.
SKIN 1MSKVSKS ANII III. VNIXI.AIl SWKI.I.INfIS.
Every species of exterior irritation is quickly
reduced by the anti-inflammatory action of this
< 'intmcnt. Angry Eruptions,such as Salt Rheuns,
Erysipelas, Tetter, Ringworm. Scald Head. Nettle
Hash. Scabies (or Itch) Ac., die out, to return no
more, under its application. Hospital experience
in all parts of the world proves its infallibility in
diseases of the skin, the muscles, the joints and
the glands.
nevus. SOUKS AVI) TfMOItS.
The effect of this unrivalled external remedy
upon Scrotnla.and other virulent ulcers and sores,
is almost miraculous. It tlrst discharges the poi
son which produces suppuration and proud flesh,
and thus the cures which its healing properties
atterward complete are safe ns well as permanent.
WOVN11S. IIIII ISKS. Ill K\S V\ II SC VI.IIS.
In cases ot the fracture of the bones, injuries
caused by steam explosions, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Rheumatism, Stiffness of the Joints, and
contraction of the sinews, it is employed and
warmly recommended by the faculty. This mar
velous remedy has been introduced hv its inven
tor in person into all the leading Hospitals of
Europe, and no private household should lie w iih
out it.
IM>KM lilt K TKSTIMoXV.
The \fedical Staff of the French and English
Armies in the Crimea have otllcially signed their
approval of llalllmvay's Ointment, ns the most
reliable dressing for sabre cuts, stabs and gun
shot wounds. It is also used by the surgeons of
the Allied Xnv ies.
Unlit the Ointment anil PHh slintihl he used in tbs
/nl Inlei lit) eases :
Bunions, Mercurial Eruptions,
Burns, Swelled Glands,
Rlieuiiiatism.t'happed Hands
I'hilblains
Fistula,
Gout,
I .iimbagn,
Still' Joints
UK
Ringworm,
Salt Rheum.
Sores of all kinds,
Skin diseases,
Venerial Sores,
l's, Wounds of all
Sore Legs,
Pile*
Sore Brea ds,
Sore Heads.
Sore Throe. 3
Scalds,
sprainy,
Tetter,
kinds.
‘.'Sold at tlie Manufactories of Professor Hol
loway. NO Maiden I,une, N. York,and 2 14 Strand.
I.nation, by all the respectable Druggists unit
Dealers in Medicine throughout the United States
and tlie civilized world, in pots, at 25 cents, 62*
cents, and SI each.
"Vt'Thcre is a considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes.
N. It. Direction* for the guidance of patient*
in every disorder are nfllxcd to each pot.
August Hi, 1850. SOtf.
III.AI.TII Oil SK KNKSSI
CM 10081’. lfl lWI I N THliM!!!
HOLLOWAY’S PILLS.
fpilK blood furnishes thi‘ material of every bone
I muscle, gland and tlbro in the human frame
When pure, it secures health to every organ ; when
corrupt, it necessarily produces disease. Hollo
way’s Pills operate directly upon the dementi of
ll'.y stream of life, neutralizing the principle of
disease, u'n ( \ thus radically curing the malady,
whether located HI fhe nerves, the stomach, the
liver, the bowels, til uscles, the skin, the brain,
or any other part of IheNy.sb m.
i -n:n luitoruiioi r tiik wiuYt.ft'J
Holloway s Pills are equally etllcacioiis in com
plaints common to the whole human race, and in
disorders peculiar to certain climates ami locali
ties.
At.AltMIVn ntSOROFttS.
Dyspepsia, and derangement of the liver, tin
source of inllrmity and suffering, and the rum*
ol innumerable deaths, yield to these curative*,
in all cases, linwevrr uggrinuled, acting as a mild
purgative, alterative and tonic ; they relieve tint
bowels, purify the fluids, and invigorate the *y«-
tem and the constitution nl the same time,
niwttvi, \v i:\kx vss xinvnts ooui’Iaikts.
When all stimulants fall, the renovating rad
brin ing properties of these Pill* give flrmnrss to
tlie shaking nerv es nml enfeebled muscle* of lb*
victim of general debility.
PKI.ICATK t- KM AI KM.
Ml irregularities and ailment* Incident to tbi
delicate and sensitive organs of the sei are re
moved or prevented hv a few doses of these mild,
but infallible alteratives. No mother who r*-
regurds her own or her children’s health shoull
fail to have them within her reaeli.
SCIK VI'IKIC KMIonsKVtKXTS.
The f.omlon •• Lancet,” the l.ondon “ Media*!
Review.” and the most eminent of the faculty of
Great Bri I in n France and Gerninny, have eulo
gized the Pills and their inventor.
/ In/lnira Pills are the best remuhf known in the
lenihi fur tlii-/ul/oteina ilisrases :
Asthma, Diarrluca, Digestion,
Bowel ('ompl’ts, Dropsy, Influenza.
' oiiglis, Debility, Inflammation,
folds, Fever and Ague Inward Whin,
• 'lu st Disease*. Female f ompl'ts l.iver Compl's,
f iisllveiiess, Dyspepsia. Headaches,
l.ovvness of Spirits, Piles,
Stone and < Iravcl, Seeondnry Symptom*,
Venereal A fleet ions. Worms of all kinds.
‘.‘Sold at Hie Maniil'uetiiriesof Professor Hol
loway. NO Maiden l.aiie, X. Vnrk, and 244 Strand,
l.ondon, by nil respeelahle Druggists and Dral
ers In Medicine throughout the United States arwl
the civilized world, in boxes at 25 els., 524 ets.,
nml 81 each.
There Is a considerable saving by taking
tlie larger sizes.
N. It. Direetions for the guidanee ol juv'Jcat
in every disorder ufllxcd to each box.
August !>, 1 N5fl. S!) »f.
DER SEWING MACHINE!
MV VIXG purchased a
. heavy stock of I bum's'
tics at present low rates,
we are enabled to oiler still
greater imlucein oils than
heretofore, in the way of
Sewing.
Those having House Di
nings to sew, call at our
I.Mublishineut. 1*1.'ll H
I! \GS made at San Fran
cisco rates. HOSE con
stantly on hand.and made
to order. < 1 \ It PETS,Duck
Pants, and
UIDINGSKIRTS.
to?
VaS
Sew ed on the Machine, superior to anything done
in the country. D. M. EDElt A Co.
Weaverville, May 3, 1856. l.V.f
Nf*llii»S Off.
TO PACKERS &. TRADERS.
II I 1 , entire stock ol A.Solomon, Main street,
I Weaverville, will be sold for the purpose of
closing business, w ithin thirty days, al WHOLE
SALE, and RETAIL, at ami below San Franri*to
ju ices, comprising Summer and Winter Clothin;,
Dry floods and Staple articles, Boots and Shoe*,
Blankets, Cutlery, India Rubber Uootc, Coat*,
Overalls, Ac. A. SOLOM A If.
Weaver, August 23, 1856. 31-th
1E6U BDLCH VEGETABtfi Jlffl.
MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE
2 Doors above tlie Journal Ofllice.
HAVING permanently established ourselvesia
. the Gardening business, we have no hesitation
in saying to the citizens of Weaverville that we
can and will eupjdy them with the finest and ear
liest vegetables brought to this market, at iuoh
prices that none can go away dissatisfied.
SULLIVAN & FELTER.
Weaver, June 28. 1818. 23 tf.
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