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Answers to Correspondents.
** K” —We have received the list of Dames from
Illinois und placed the same on our books. '1 he
Jocknai. will be sent regularly to their address.
" U. S." will receive our thanks for the com
pliments he chooses to bestow upon our humble
nfforts as journalists. We have no politics or ob
ject in view but the rights, honor, dignity and
true interest of our whole people and country,
and will labor to advance the interest aud 'indi
cate the rights of every class ol citizens without
Regard to party or party humbug.
; a regret exceedingly that your hi-1
Vnnimt lie found. Me* hare instituiid search
(but have failed to find it. This is the Ursl mishap
Wf the kind which has occurred to us. Shall en
deavor to guard against a similar one in future.
TO THE LADIES
OF WEAVERVILLE!
DESIRING to close out our entire stock Iij
next spring, we now offer a lull unsea t meat ol
Indies' Dry Goods tit .San Francisco coni nudehur
goa. For its truthfulness a call is solicited.
1). M. KREH A Co.
Weaver, Nov. 29, 185G. 45-tf.
Si -4 •
El FMBE1 i TI i ABE.
MMIE public are hereby notified that the under-
X signed on and after this date will sell lumber,
■delivered in Weaverville, at the following rates :
Rough Lumber per M feet, $60.
Pinned do do do do $70.
" and Matched, do do $75.
The undersigned are necessarily compelled to
raise the price of lumber to the above rates. The
■difficulty and expense incurred in sawing and de
ilivering lumber at the present rates precludes the
{possibility of keeping the mills running. Seek
jug U> establish a fair and living price lor lumber
.and in Justice to the public, we have mutually
agreed a.'sell and deliver at the price above sta
ged. C. I’. RICE,
GOSS A SHEPPARD,
FISHER A Co.
SHORT A Co.
Weaver, Nov. 29, 1S5C. 40-3m
mmrmr bo jm.mi
SEWING MACHINE!!
11 (> S E ,
Oil AIN i JAG S.
Eecl Ticks,
IICUSE IINIKC-S,
Ae. constantly on hand arid
TO ORDER
at '-.40 spred.and ;it vi duc
id rates, bv
D. M. EDKR A Co.
m
Weaver, Nov. 29, 18.4G. 45-tf.
Ferry Notice.
rpnK undersigned hereby give mdiee that they
J w ill apply to the Itoiiid of Sllpei visoi- at their
next regular Term, for license to keep u Ferry
across Trinity River at Vance's liar.
M.GOKLUM A CHILTON.
Vance's liar, Nov. 29, 185G. 45-tl.
Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue of a decree of foreclosure and order
of sale issued out of the Hon. District Court
of the 15th Judicial District, in and for Trinity
County on a judgment rendered therein on the
21st day of November, A. D. 1850, in Ihvor of
Lewis Olson and against Chits. Thomas, for the
ruin of Seventeen hundred mid eighty-nine 25-100
($1789 25) dollars, principal, interest and costs,
together with accruing costs for the foreclosure
of a certain mortgage, executed by said Charles
Thomas in favor of Lewis Olson, 1 will expose
for public sale at the Court House dour in the
town of Weaverville, on
Saturday the 20th day of December, 1855,
ut 1 o'clock, l’. m., to the highest bidder, for cash,
the following de rribed properly, to suti.-ly the
above judgment, interest, costs and accruing
costs, to wit : •• The undivided fourth (being the
fourth bought by said ( has. Thomas from Mitch
ell, Harris, Damon A Co.) of the real estate of M.
.Short A Co., described us fidiows: The flouring
and saw mill situated on Wcavi r creek, in .id
county about three miles below Weuvervill *, i.u.l
the out lions, s and ground adjacent thereto, un i
thereunto belonging. Also a lot of ground situa
ted on the south side of Court street in Weav i
vllle, ill said county, commencing at (lie north
east corner of Mountfort’s Corrall lot. thence
lulling westerly along the south side of said sin el,
seventy (70) feet, thence southerly and at right
angels with said street one lniiulv. d tut.l tw. nty
feet, thence easterly and paral, 11 with said sit el
sevt nty (70) feet, thence northerly to the place
of beginning. Together with the tern im ul-, licru
ditnienls mid appurtenances thercuiUo belonging
or in any wise appertaining.
E. NEDLETT,Sheriff.
Ry J. A. Watson, Deputy.
Weaverville, Nov. 28, lb.vti. 45.
To the Public of
■ m’ a r ra' 'a. <2
:eo,
HAVING received our tvinterstock via. I’uion
- and being desirous of closing our business
here, we now offer our large and varied assort
merit nt prices lower than can be purchased in
.Shasta.
We desire a call from the public. Great f
inducements nre ottered at wholesale, fA.’jfci
Our stock comprises Groceries. Lli|iinrsJ : ’KL
vj» Segnrs, Crockery, Saddlery, Clothing, lilaii
kefs, Roots, Shoes, India Rubber Goods,
-If!# Ac.. Ac. 14. M. EDKR A Co.
Weaver, Nov. 29, 185fi. 45-tf.
Sheriff*'a Sale.
BV virtue of a decree of foreclosure and order
of sale issued out of tiie lion. District Court
of the 15th Judicial District, in and for Trinity
Co., on a judgment rendered therein on the 21st
day of November, A. 1> 185(1, in favor of Thomas
S. Fisher and against 11. M. Chauuoey, for the sum
of three thousand three hundred and twenty-two
45-100 (3322 45) dollars, principal, interest and
tfosts, together with accruing costs for the tore
closure of a certain mortgage, executed by said
JI. M. Channel!}’ and in favor of Thus. H. Fisher,
J will expose ut pubic sale at the Court House
door in the town of W eaverville, on
Saturday, the 20th day of December, 1856,
at 1 1-2 o’clock, p. in., to the highest bidder, tor
cash, the following described property, to satisfy
the above judgment, interest, costs ami accruing
costs, to wit: "All that certain piece or parcel
of land in said County of Trinity, known us
* Chouncey’s Rauch’ in Weaverville township In
said County, on main Weav er creek, commencing
at a large pine tree with the bark peeled off
standing outlie west side of said creek, said tree
being the south-western comer of F. Kclumhle s
t'Jaiui, tkeucc follow iug said Schnablu’ssouth line
easterly ouc-haif mile to a stake set at the uorth
•4 corner of said claim, thence running south
erly ut right angic* with hist line one-half mile
♦o a stake, thence westerly parallel with Inst
1’ „ „j, • one half mile, crossing W caver Creek
it« set j* the south-west corner of said
0 n, ''ha!.‘ UUlc to the place
*of tlegiunif.g,” .cuigiiiully tawjn up hy With,
'together with all and singular the i..'iedittu. ul
'gild itppurtehances thereunto belonging 01 in any
wise gppurtATning, including tl)e (Jnittnpey vtllc ;
hotel,‘'and the saw mil) liea.r .thereto.
H * r F. NE11LETT, Sheriff,
Ry i. A. w+rsov, Deputy.
\V vaverville, Nov, 28. 18511,
15.
OTICE !
cbttMl to the undersigned are
1 ami settle and avoid expense.
D. M. E|)EK A Co.
18.56, •
i
DR. CZAPKAY’S medical cards.
&
,N\
v HEALTH [
*v
Dr. L. 3. CZAPKAY’S
Great Medical & Surgical Institute,
Armory Hall building,
Cor. of Montgomery nml Sacramento Stree ts, San
Francisco.
Established for the cure of all private ntul chronic
tliscMct unit the avppretiion of quackery.
DU. L. J.CZAPKAY ,1 ATE INTHFIHXGA
rinn Revolutionary War. Chief Physician to
the l> regiment of Houveds, Thief Surgeon to
the military hospital at IVsth, Hungary, and late
lecturer on diseases of the urinary 01 ga’ns and dis
eases of women and children, has opened his In
stitute for the cure of all forms of private diseases,
such n c syphilis, gonorrhoea, noetunml omissions,
and all the consequences of self-abuse, lathe
first stages of syphilitic or gonorrhoeal diseases,
he gnarantei s a euro in a few days, without in
convenience to the patient or hindranco to Itis
business. A\ hen a patient, by neglect or improper
treatment, has den lopi d the symptoms of second
ary syphilis, such as buboes, or painful swellings
of the groins, or ulcers in the throat or nose,
whteh, it not cheeked, destroy tin soft parts and
causes the bones to mortify, separate and come
away, leaving the sutferers bedious to behold ;
or when splotches and pimples break out upon
the skin, or when he has painful swellings upon
the hones, or alien his constitution is injured sous
to predispose to consumption or constitutional
diseases, the doctor guarantees u cure or asks no
compensation.
In rheumatism, chronic or acute, in desultory
or diarr!,tea. he has sale and effectual remedies.
For the treatment of the consequences of self
abuse. Mich as nocturnal emissions, nervousness,
timidity, headache, pains in the back and limbs,
with gem ml weakness, loss of appetite, loss of
memory, injury to the sight, restlessness, confu
sion of ideas, dislike for society, and a feeling of
wenrim - • of life, with the nervous system so exci
table that slight noises shock or startle the pa
lient, making his existence miserable. For the
above mullein - the Doctor will guarantee a cure
or ask no compensation. He can be* consulted
tree of charge and invites all to call, ns it will
cost them nothing, and may be much to their ad
vantage.
TRir.UTG TO MERITED WORTH,
rpilli ingratitude of man to his fellow man is so
I often met in life, that testimonials, prompted
by the finer feelings of the heart, are oasis in the
life of those wliosaeridcc their best day.- in philan
thropic devotion to the alleviation of the ills of
trail mortality. Empiricism floods the columns
of our press with fraudulent and fictitious letters,
■singing peans to the worth of their egotistical
charlatanism. Below we append a letter from a
w orthy man who. a brief period since, seemed
destined to ‘ shuffle off this nuutnl coil,’ who
look' d forward toiiis dissolution with that pleas
ure which only those weighed down by the heavy
hand disease can. Contrary to hope, the ability
of a skilful physician has restored him to his for
mer Ir’alth. Relieved from his terrible situation,
and impelled by gratitude, ho makes known his
ease nml remedial agent, and his statement is au
thenticated by a notary public. The demands of
society imperiously command its publicity and it
is given more to warn lint unwary than to sound
the praises of a physician of whom scores of like
cases can be cited :
i KHTIr'ICATK.
The undersigned, desirous of acquainting those
who may tic unfortunate enough to be similarly
afflicted where a permanent relief of their ftiffer
ings may be obtained, he feels it his duty to thus
publicly express his siuei re gratitude to Dr. L. J.
Czapkuy, Ibr the permanent recovery ol his
health. Home down by the distressing symptoms
incident to the \ ioioii- practices of uncoiiti "liable
passion in youth, deprcssi d in body and mind,
unable to perform even the most tritiingduly im
posed upon the daily avocations of life. I sought
the ud\ ice of many physicians, who at lir.-t rognrd
i d my ili-i asc an ui' trilling importance, Inn, alas !
aft.r a few v.< ha, end in Miernl iu-tauccs
months, of tin ir tientmeni. 1 found, to my mint
tenihle hot ru, that i.i lead of r. lief the symptoms
In rani" more alarming in their torture, and ladng
finally told by one that the disease, being princi
pally eouHned to the brain, medicines would lie of
little consequence. I (hi paired of ever regaining
my health, strength and energy ; and as a last
; sort, and wdtlu i.l a faint hope, called upon Dr.
Tzapkny, who, after examining my rase, pre
scribed some medicine which utmost instantly re
lieved me of tile dull pain and dizziness in my
head. Encouraged by this result, I resolved to
place myself immediately under his care, and, hy
a strict ohidicnce to his directions and advice,
my head became clear, my ideas collected, the
constant pain in my back and groins, the wcuk
m a of my limb.-., the nervous re-action of my
u hole system on the slightest alarm or excitement,
the misanthropy and evil furl oiling, the salt dis
trust and want of confidence in others, the inca
pability to stmly nml want of resolution, the
frightful, exciting, and at times pleasurable
dreams at night, followed by in voluntary dis
charges, have all disappear'd, and, in fact, in two
months after having consulted the Doctor, 1 felt
as it inspired by a new life that which, but a
short time ago, 1 contemplated to end hy my own
hand.
With a view to guard the unfortunate from fall
ing into the snares ul incompetent quacks, I d i m
it my duty to offer this testimony to the merit
and-kill of Dr. Czapkuy, and recommend him to
all wlio may stand in neul of medical advice, be
ing assured hy my own experience that, once un
der his care, a radical and permanent cure will
bo cff< ril'd. It P, FILLMORE.
State of California, county of San Francisco
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 17lh day of
April, A. D. ('Signed,) John Miiiiu.ktiiv,
[L. S.] Notary Public.
Dr. L. J. f'znpkay's Medical anil Surgical Insti
tute is at the corner of Montgomery und Sacra
mento streets, San Francisco, California. The
Doctor offers free consultations, and ask uo renu
lueralioii unless lie effects a cure.
31 C I- i: A -\ ts Til O It l»,
(Sl'CCKSSOBU TO l.KO. M IMJI.KIl,)
BLACKSMITHS,
IRT STREET, - - WEAVKRYILLE.
U KSMITHINU of all kinds, llorse.
Mule and Ox Shoeing, done in the beet
ner. and on reaBonable terms tor t isn.
large assortment of Minors’ Tools. Rockers,
s, Picks, Shovels. Crow-liars, Tom and Rock
-ililts, Sluicing Forks, and a gr. at variety of
li A K l» W A It E ,
constantly on hand and for sale at our Shop,
ite on Court stm id, near tins I'nion Hotel,
mnkful for past favors, wo hope by close np
ition to business, to merit a share of public
image. Miners and others wishing anything
ir line will do well to give us a call.
Mi LEAN A THORP.
caver. Midi 12, 183d. -'d lf.
JUST RECEIVED,
roLF’S A l« 031A TIC SCHIEDAM
: L* Ut XS. n
„r sale by II. P. HE1NTZELMAN.
eaver. NOV. 13, 183d. •■• ".
View of Weaverville.
IIPU'TIH L AND CORRECT VIEW OF
tlmtown of Weaverville, drawn (rum nature
Ir. Diesel, and executed on stone by Mr. hu-
San Francisco. Just published anil tor
t, v I’.Uiti A- FEAST,
J at the City Drug Store.
caver, >"ov. 8 ; 1836. D *' v-
F. W. BLAKE &. CO.’S
EXPRESS Si BANKI1R OFFICE.
CONNECTING AT SHASTA WITH
WELLS,FARGO&Co.,
& PACIFIC KXIVKFSS Co.
(COLLECTIONS nuulc. and n general Express
j business attended to. SIGHT DRAFTS at
par on
SHASTA.
MARYSVILLE.
SACRAMENTO, and
SAN FRANCISCO.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. S EXCHANGE
FOR SALE ON THE FOLLOWING ATLANTIC CITIES :
Adrian, Mich,
Alton, 111.
Anderson. Ind.
Amt Arbor, Mich.
Auburn, N. V.
Rutile Creek, Mich.
Beloit, Win.
lielvideve. 111.
liiughumtoii. N. V.
Bloomington. 111.
Roston, Si ass.
Bulfiilo, N. V.
Burlington, Iowu,
Cambridge, lnd.
Canandaigua, N. V.
t'hicngo, 111.
Cincinnati, Ohio,
l 'lovelund, < 'hio,
( olumbus, Ohio,
Corning. N. V.
Crawlordsville. Ind.
Davenport. Iow u,
Dayton, Ohio,
Delaware. Ohio,
Detroit, Mieli.
Dowigiac. Mich.
Dubmiue, Iowa,
Dunkirk, N. S’.
Elgin, 111.
Elkhart, lnd.
Elmira, N. Y.
Elyra, Ohio,
Erie. I’a.
l oud du Lac, Wis.
Fort Wayne, lnd.
Freeport, 111.
Freemont, Ohio,
Galena, 111.
Geneva, N. Y.
Green Castle, Ind.
Hamilton. Ohio,
Indianapolis, lnd.
Jackson, Mieli.
Janesville, U is.
Kalamazoo. Mieh.
Kenosha, Wis.
Kenton, ()hio,
K. okuk, Iowa,
l.a Fayette, 1 1 id.
I. Salle, lnd.
Lewiston, N. Y.
l.uekporl. N. Y.
J. Ky.
Madison, \\ is.
Mansfield, Ohio,
1 Marion, Ohio,
!Marshall, Mieh.
{Michigan City, lnd.
1 Middletown. Ohio,
{Milwaukee, Wis.
;Monroe, Mieli.
; tit. Vernon. Ohio,
'Newark, (V
] xew York. N. Y.
: Niagara Falls, N. Y.
' Niles, Mieh.
{ Norwalk. O.
< iberlin.O.
; )sw ego. N. Y.
{ iwego, N. Y.
i/ainesville, O.
D’coria, 111.
Peru, til.
{i’eru, lnd.
h’hiladelphin, Fa.
L’iqual O.
{Routine. Mieh.
iRottsville, l’a.
Providence, R. I.
; Quincy, 111.
{Racine, Wis.
Heading. Da.
{Richmond, lnd.
.Rochester, N. Y.
j Rockford, HI.
jliock Island, ill.
j-iandusky, O.
-heboygan, Wis.
; sidney, O.
j silver Creek, N. Y.
I south l’.eml, lnd.
I spriilgllebl. 111.
■Springfield, O.
Ht. Soltis, Mo.
; Stonington, Conn.
'Syracuse, N. Y.
' l’erre Haute, Ind.
! i'ifllin, o.
j folcdo. O.
i t’roy, 0.
Crbanu. O.
D'tiea, N. Y.
(iVaukegan. 111.
i t esttield, N. \ .
< Vest Liberty, O.
j Vinchestcr, lnd.
! Xeniu, O.
\ i psilunti, Mieh.
' .ane.'Ville. O.
I
DRAFTS ON CANADA, l’AYAJ’.EE IN
Montreal, Toronto, St. Catharines,
Quebec, London, Chatham,
Hamilton, Dranttord.
Spccixil .ansi General Deposits lUceivrd.
(; < > 1 . 1 > DUST
not OUT AT Tilt: IIIOIILST MMIKF.T HATCH.
Offick Iii new Fire-I’roof Jiuilding, 2 doors
above the Independence Hotel.
F. W. BLAKE & CO.
Weaver, Del. 25, IS,50. 40-tf.
w He \ win n»ih « » ***» •
STATE OF CALIFORNI A, I
County of Trinity, j ' ’
In the District Court of the 15th Jud. Dist.
Hull, Haker -V I(obbiiir, I'luintiffs , vs Watkins ami
Wilier, litfeiulanlt.
rn II E I’EOl’I.i; OF THE STATE OF CALI-
I FORMA. To JAMES O. WATKINS and
CHESTER WITTER : You are hereby summon
>d to answer the complaint of Alplieas Dull,
George D. Iluki r and William Robbins, filcu
against you, as follows : If l i ved on you in this
County, w ithin ten days ; if served out of said
County and in this Judicial District within twen
ty days; in all other eases within forty days, in
each case exclusive of the day of such service, in
an action commenced against you in the aforesaid
Court, oil the lMtli day of Aiigu-t, A. D. 1S56,
wherein the said I’laiit ill's pi ays judgment against
you, the said Defendants, for the sum of two
thousand and seventy-live fid 100 dollars, costs of
suit and money disbursements, being amount due
on a promissory note made and executed us set
forth in sa d l’laintilf's Complaint. II you fail to
answ er sa il complaint as In rein direeted. the
1 Mini tilt's will take judgment against you by dr
fault, lor said mnoiiut of $2,075 bd lull, costs of
sail and mom y disbursements, as in said Com
plaint demand! d.
Given tinder my Imml and the Seal nf
the District Court of the Fflcenth Juili
j ( eial District, tliis Fourteenth day ol
i *" i November in (he year of our Lord one
—thousand eight liuudrc d and llfty-six.
II. J. SEAMAN, Clerk.
Bull, Uukcr A Robbing, I District Court I5th
vs. I Judicial District
James O. Walking, Chester i State of California
Witter. f County of Trinity,
t hi i -ailing the aillduvil of W. Robbins, and on
examination of the papers now on file in the Dis
trict Court of Trinity County in the cause, it is
ordered that service he made on each of the above
named Defendants by publication of (he summons
in tlie above cause, once a week for the period of
three months in the Trinity Jam nnl, a newspaper
printed and published in Weavcnille, Trinity
County California. R. T. VII.EEll,
'County Judge, Trinity County California.
Attest: II. J. Shaman, Clerk of the loth
Judicial District Court. Trinity County.
Weaver, Nov. 15th, 185fi. 43tf.
JESSE RHODES,
12 £ U
112
\VFA\ FIO ILLE,
HIGHEST licit i: I’A III FOR GOLD III ST.
kx(i Fa nge
ON ALL THE ATLANTIC CITIES!!
c t r i; < i iv s a t par
Oii San Francisco, Sacramt nlo A Minsta.
Special and General Deposits Received! !
tc i. despatch REGI LAIt Seml-Wocklj Me«
\ V si tigers from our office in Shasta for Red
Bluffs, Tehama, < hoi ille, Marysville, Sucrutueu
to and Sun Francisco.
TltE ASl H K packages and parcels taken
at red net'll rates.
Office ill Han Francisco with Wines A Co.. No.
1 Is .Sacramento Street. 1,11 < > I) l '.S> A. ( ».
JNo. ANDERSON, Agent.
Weaver, Nov. 1,185(1. ll-tf.
SAWYER S EXPRESS !
n n e c t i n g at W e a v c r v i 11 o with
I'. \V. II I.AKIl k Co.’s Kx press.
i r ll,E run a Weekly Express to and from the
V follow ing places :
i ('ANON CREEK, MANZINETA,
Gil.I.IYIIAVS, CON’S BAR,
KTII FORK LITTLE DRAIR1E,
; FEAT, TAYLOR’S FLAT,
i BAR, CANADIAN BAR.
’aekages and letters forwarded at the regular
us. Collections and orders promptly attend, d
Letters obtained from any l*ost or Express
ce in the State.
:«t-< intern from < Filar Flat, Dixon's Bar. Burnt
ieh, New River, nr South Fork, sent to J. L.
ike, Taylor's I lat, will be punctually attend
lo. U H.
J.S. 1’ITZER. JNO. C. UlUiCH.
PITZER & BURCH,
A T T O 11 N E Y S AT L A \Y,
WEAVER TRINITY CO.,CAL.
Office in Journal Building, No. 1, 2d Story.
Weaver, Nov. 8, 1856. 12.
“ J. B. GORDON, M. D.
OR. GORDON will continue to practice Medi
cine aud Surgery. Culls iVom n distance must
be accompanied l»y the Fix to insure his attention.
Weaver, Juue 28. 1856. 23-tf.
J. S. SNELLING. M. D.
DR. SNEI.l.lNG having p-rmanentlyToeuted in
Weavcrville, will continue to practice Medi
cine and Surgery. Calls front a distance must lie
accompanied by the Fix, to insure his attendance.
Otlice in •• Magnolia" building, on Main street.
Weaver. Sept. 23,1855. liii-tt.
Dr. R. A. THOMAS.
TENDERS his Professional services to the citi
1 zeus of Weavcrville and vicinity.
Otlice at the City Ifruy Stvre, west side Main at.
Weaver. August 23. 1856. 31-tf.
0. H. P. NORCR0SS,
JUSTICE OF THE l'EACE,
am> NOTARY ITHI.IC.
OfTtco. on Court House Hill.
July 19, 1836. 26-tf.
H. J. HOWE,
ATTORNEY AT I.AW,
ami DISTRICT ATTORXEY,
Office in the Adobe Building, Court street.
July 19. 1656. 2tl-tf.
D. W. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Office on Court street, near the Court House.
July, 19, 1836. 26-tf.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office ou Court street, near the Court House.
July 19, 1856. 26-tf.
WM. F. VAUGHAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
am. JLST1CE OF THE PEACE.
Ofkick with Williams A l'ottcr,Court House Hill.
July 19, 1856. 26-tf.
wwtiuxa aitj) mvun i
J. LORTSDORF,
xoitTit sum or main stiikkt, wkavkuvh.i.e.
ULOl'LD cull the attention of the citi
zeus of Weavcrville. atld Trinity Co. £ -
generally, to his new and splendid stock of Fine
\\ VTCIIKS AX’D JEWELRY.
Also, a large stock of California Jewelry on
hand, nml constantly made to order.
?.O'Watchcs carefully repaired, and choice
Specimen Kings and llrenst Pins made to order.
Weaver, Si pt. 6, 1856. 53 tf.
SACRAMENTO
LAIOKED S U.MftN, for sale bv
O H. P. 11E1NTZELMAX.
Weaver. Xov. 15, 1856.
•13.
unu.
1 PH K above Ranch. situat-d 5 miles from /flfc
J Weavcrville. on Triuily River, and on
main road from Weavervilh 1 to 1 lay Fork, foi nn'r
ly known ns Dutton's Ranch, is offered for sale.
It contains three hundred and twenty acres, one
hundred of which is pinler a high state ofmdtiva
tion. also, one huiidred and fortx of which is I'enc
•ed for pasture. There has just been erected it
large and commodious Public, llou-e nml Hull
Romn, also, a largo linrn and Corrall have just
boon completed. It is situated lour miles below
the mouth ol Weaver Creek, and in one of the
best mining localities in California. The Itaneh
may he had with or without the stock and crops,
l or further particulars, enquire of
It. STEINER,
or JOSEPH CRANK, on the Ranch.
Steiner’s Ranch. Oct. 11, 1856. 36-tf.
involution of Coimrlmw-hip.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing between
I the umierslglitd is this day dissolved by mutlt
ai consent. ALEX. 1,0VK,
WILSON BRAY.
Weaver, Oct. 6, 1856. ::6 tf.
Mountain Market.
(NEW I I tt E - 1’ It O O F 111! 1 I. I) I N O , )
On Court St,, at the head of Main.
WE A V F.RY il.LE.
THE subsrrile i s now occupy their new
I Market, which they will endeavor In
keep supplied with as'good Beef as Cali. aLTiUv ,
tornia atlords. Also. Ml TTt )N. PORK. CORN FI)
BEEF, PICK) ED PORK, SAUSAGES. TRIPE
and all other things u- ually kept in a Market, in
He ir season. We invite the public genei ally to
call and see, LOOMIS, III SCROl 1'* ('O.
Weaver, August la, i860, 3l)-tf
BOUNTY LAND
T II E undersigned will attend to the procuring
I of Bounty Lunds under the new \ct of Con
gress, for persons Mini have been regularly mus
tered into the U. S. Servie • lur the period <d I I
days or more. This will include all who lime
heou mustered or culled into service, or served in
nuv ol’ the expeditions III this State for the pill
pose of suppressing liiiliuii hostilities. Such per
sons will he entitled to
ICO Acres of Land,
ami hy forwarding the necessary proof of their
service to the undersigned, the official forms will
be made out and forwarded to the proper Depart
ment at Washington, which will secure tlie return
of a Land Warrant.
Haying secured the services of an Agent at
Washington wlm w ill give prompt attention to
this kind of business, the nml rsigned is enabled
to ensure success to the applicant and claimant.
Apply to E. J. CURTIS,
’G-tf. Trinity Journal Office.
TO TAX PAYERS.
r I HIE SUPPLEMENTARY ASSESSMENT Roll
I for Trinity County having been placid in my
hands for collection, all persons therein assessed
are hereby nolifhd that all Taxes contained in
said Assessment not paid by the llrst day of De
cember next will be collect'd with costs.
E. NEB LETT, Sheriff,
Ex-Officio Tax Collector.
Weaver, Nov. 1,1836. 4 1-tf.
WEAVERVILLE THEATEB.
r I MI L>'theater lias been enlarged nml put oA
I in thorough repair, and will lie rented by
the single night, mouth or season. The Tin LJ*
ater is avi H supplied w ith scenery and properties'
ami will accommodate five liumln d person . f or
terms, Ac. apply to F. W. Bi.akk, Weaver, Trinity
Co.
Weaver, July 12, 1856. 25-lf.
SI LA ni ls’’
CONFECTIONERY !
THIS ESTABLISHMENT is now manufacturing
I Confectionery ol every variety of the bestqiml
ity. For sale Wlmlesule and Retail.
Weaver, Oct. 25, 1856. 40-tf.
Bridge Notice.
THE undersigned hereby give notice that they
will apply to the Board of Supervisors at their
next regular Term tor license to keep u Toll
Bridge across Trinity River at Galvin’s Ranch.
I. B. CARTWRIGHT,
D J. GALVIN.
GalvinL Rauch, Nov. 8, 1856. 12,
INDEPENDENCE HOTEL.
'Ml-S bTKLtT, .... WKXVER.
J. O. TOWEH, Proprietor.
r P II1 S POITLAll HOTEL is now nn
.1 dor the management of the Proprietor |i"iSS
;uul liis lady, whoso experience in the bus
iness is not excelled l>y any in the Xorthe r " por
tion ot the State. Tlie Mouse is new. and furnish
ed in the lieet style, throughout. The room* are
larete and well ventilated, and suited to the wants
of all.
The bed* arc new and clean, and will l,e under
the immediate charge of Mns. Towkh.
The Proprietor flatt-rs himself that entire sat
isfaction will he given to those who favor him
with their patronage.
The business will be conducted on th» C IS/I
system, exclusively. A continuance of public
patronage is solicited.
Weaver, Nov. l.V 1856. 45 tf.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
R. W. WIFON, Proprietor.
r IMlIS well known Hotel, situated on Main
I St.. Wonverville. having hern refitted. . "I
and a number of large, w ell-ventilated lied l ooms
added to it, is now opened, bv II. W. Wit sox.
The Sleeping apartment* and Table being un
der the personal supervision of
INI li S. Wl I, SOX,
all who may favor this House with their patron
age may feel confident of having the best the mar
ket affords, as well ns every attention to make
them comfortable, on terms to suit the times.
Weaver. June 28, 1856. 27-1f.
IMItm III HOTFl.
Pr. H. M. CHAUNCF.Y, Proprietor
rpilK Proprietor bavin ■ iiot eomploted
I a large and coinmndeou* Hop I, w ill pf wl
hereafter be prepared to aeoninmodate
those who may favor h'm with their patronage
in a manner lie trusts wHI id- a*e them.
It is a nleasant drive from the town of Weaver
to litis Hotel, nud piirt’eu'ar attent'on will lie
paid lo keep : n™ n supply of refreshments on hand
for transient visitors
The table and slei ping d portment are under
the e ire a"d d t'ei lion of Mu Grit unto, a lady
well qualified to make everything pleasant and
npreenlde to those who may visit this Hotel.
Cliaunccy ville. July 1?. 1856. 25 tf.
WESTERN HOTEL.
No. -t 1 and 15 K. Street, between Second A Third
S \ V H A 51 i: N TO.
F. A. BIRGET AND ELI C. LATHROP,
vitorin I'.roitN.
' I MIIS House is nil i ntlrelv new fire proof build
I ing. (Ileal areonnnodal" ■ for Families.
?•»>• OPEN ALL NIGHT.-**
Meals. 50 ets. Lodgings, "els Stages leave
this House every morning, for all parts of the
mines.
Sacramento, July 12, 1856, 25 tf.
M AC. NOLI A.
MAIN STREET, - - WEAVEltVII.T,!'
r l~MlE PRESENT Ptft
I MAGNIFICENT yjj,
i mi: pi; Of if wilding
HAVING lil-.TA
KITTED I P
IN A SI'PERIOR STI I F.
WARRANTS Tilt: I NRKRX1GNEP
IN SOI III IT\<! A Sll \ U)
OF ITHI.lt' I'\TlJON \(!F
WITH EVERT ASSET! \N( E
ol PROMPT ATTENTION
TO FRIENDS AND Cl vroMI |; ■
S. I>. IvRLIDI It X( o .
U eaver, Nov. 1, 1857. -I [ tf.
nMIF sitlneiTier ro|i- it lull v informs Hie iuln
I Hauls "! W eavi 1 1 I He ami \ Iclnlty that he I
secured the right of Trinity Co for inking
PATENT \ >1 ItllOTl PI S,
they being the mihj I.uni Ou t tr u /,,/ | l(1 i
assured l.y the best An |. in t" state t
eohl weiilln r destroys the varnished picture*,
if not varnished continued dump causes the C
lodion to separate from the glass IhoriJn |„
tln r case destroying the pVture, Having a p
nmiuait interest In this place, Hi" nnder-'igpi
wishes to give a " plain unvarnished tale,’’ ||
the public being w arned may shun “ Scylla a
Ohnrybdis.”
Having recently taken le«'nns from the li
and test Ainbrntyp'st in the Slate, lie feels cm
dent of giving satisfaction. None tail first eh
pie I a res sn (]' red to leave his rooms. ('all and '
f"i ynuix-dv scot! (If COFKT A T U|I
STS. v, UKMKMMEH Till'. Pl.ACE.'HHt
Instruct on "iv eii in the Art. and apparatus (i
uishciL O.'ll P. NOIK’UOSS Amhiotypist
N I i hereby warn all p rsotiH against n-i
the latent l’roe • in this County. O. II. P. N
H eaver. Oet. 25. 185(1. Ill n
CJ
A T I* A If ,
-f » O S'
Garrison, Morgan, Frol/ \ Ralslon,
PAN Eli A NCI SC(
.SIGHT DRAFTS at current rata*, in sums l
suit, on
Manhattan Hank. V,,„. y nr j.
Charles Morgan A' Co \,. w y,,,-| (
DitiT.v A Harksdale. St Louis, Me
Highest price paid for Cold |l||«l.
RHODES A- WHITNEY,
Jvn. Avukhho.v, -\gt.
” eavervillc, May 17. 1856. 26 tf.
ASSAY OFFICE.
No. 52 J Street, betwenn 2cl and 3d
S A C It A 51 K N TO.
RI.ATCF: (’O.
A SSAVFILS OF GOLD AND OPES of every
/\ di scription. are now prepared to execute hus
iness entrusted to them promptly, and nil the moal
reiiMinable terms. Our assays have been thor
oiielv tc-tedat American and European Mints,ntu
we guarantee their correctness, and will pay nl
differences arising from the same.
'I hrongh ri cut improi ' mi nis we are rtiablt i!
to tuake returns for Deposit* w ithin six hour*.
I - Mint ("in sent to our pillions in the conn
try by n turn Express. Advances made on lie
ji"sits. Dais discounted at Sun Francisco l aics,
Sacramento, Nov. 1,1856. -I I-3m.
POLL. tax notice.
ALL persons who have net pahl their Poll Tax
prior to this date. will, in m e dance with the
law regulating the collection of Poll Tax. he sub
ject to pay u Poll tax of Ibur dollars l5l) each
on and after thin date. If H P<iTTEIt, As*.
>. W. JANES, Deputy.
Weaver, Nov. 1. If..*: -11 -tf.
NOTIOB.
\LL those who are Pioneers id' '50 and ’51, am
now residing in Trinity Co., desirous of lie
coming members of the Pioneer ( Inti, now bciii|
organized, will please make known tlm same le
application to E. J. CFHT1S,
(let. 18,1856. Corresponding .Secretary.
IIOl ,’|".~S
BOURBON WHISKEY,
J I ST RECEIVED and for sale at
Weaver, Nov. 15, 1856
IIUNTZEL.MAN'S.
43- tf.
Estray.
(T AME into the premises of the undersigned oi
J the 15th inst., a sorrel, horse mule. The let
fore leg has been broken, and la crooked. Hn;
letter 11. branded on left hip. The ow ner ear
have him by proving property and paying char
ges. LOWDEN A Co.
Graft 5'alley, Nov. ??, le??. 11 Jw*.
Tin 1 Hoard of Supervisors moot the 1st Monday
iu February. May. August nml November.
DISTRICT COURT I Atm District.
Composed of the Counties of Trinity ami Hum
boldt.
Tunis In the County of Trinity, on the .VI
Monday in February. Mny. August ami Nnvem
her. in the Comity of llnmhohlt. the first Mon
day in Jnuunry, April. July nml October.
Cor NT Y court.
Trusts 1st Monday In January, March. May.
July, September, nml No\ ember.
COr KT OK SESSIONS
Trims M Monday in February. April, June.
August, October and Oeeemlier.
PIIOH \TK COURT.
Tkhms. till Monday of each month.
I 1. \\ . AN I )Ml{S()N,
MAIN T. WEAV RVILLE.
SKI n Hun M1TU & IB ML
Dealer In Drugs, Patent Medlclnea, Hta
tlonevy, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco,
Segura, &o.
It I'M NCI now pernmnently settled in his NEW,
fiuk-proof m iu>irv<;.
and t hunk tii I for tlm very lilieVnl pn Iron a ire he
tm- received for the past TIIKKK YKAKS, now
! offers iiis old eii-tomers mid nil new ones, n large
ami well selected stock of pure DRUGS, and
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES,
of which he is the authorized agent. Also,
the largest mid most complete assortment of
rtTflnnpry, I'ano ami Toilet Irlirlftt.
Ilf would iilso mil attention to hi* stock of
foiiHtsIimr of Novels. lliKtnrles. School hook*. the
prose mid Poetical works of the most eminent Au
thors,
CUTLERY & WRITING MATERIAL
of eicry description. In nddition to the above,
lie Inis on hand n line assortment of Gkm ink
OR ANDIES, WHISKEY.
and rnreitf" W ineM. A No,
T< 'li ACCO AND ern ATJS,
together with n very large slock of American
Playing Curds, nil of which will be sold at grvat
l\ minced prices, for Hie reason that lie has set
di d here permanently, and ran afford to sell for
less pndil limn those who are more anxious
“TO MAKE THEIR PILE,”
in a short lime. My motto is,
< IT(IU m lifii I ran,Cash Mlini I cannot.
Jan. I’d, ISfitl. nl-tf,
II A It l> \\ A It E,
Iron n 11 cl Stool.
n . \\. TINNIN ('
ws'st sim: mix st. \k\t noon ro wi wit's menu,.
U T K lire now receiving and w ill keep nlivnvs on
hand ii general assortment of llafdware, «(
the le st quality, consisting of
err iihoiiiht ixn house kails.
sun i /•:/ \ t
Clll' El. .S',
/. < l s
Lin II es,
eij.i:
Sy CAKES,
too i'll 1 IXS,
II 1 1, TEH “
THICK
IIAII. I Ml WIIIE.
SLEDGES ,
VI I V /.'.S’,
III’ I TS,
.IXES.
HEELS,
. i rents,
II lirUKTS,
Si 'HEWS.
HE EH E I'MI'S,
OKA n EXIEES
c hixns token.
cross i rr sa its,
whip
mxn a
SLUICE EON ITS.
// I V FORES.
Roll IX QI’ICS SILVER H’ivnow HL.ISS
rrirv r t/.vr.v oils, cahxishes ,w. ’
HI.ACKSMITH'S fnrnisbcd with the last arti
cle of Iron and Steel of every size, for rash only.
W. M'. TINN1N .V Co.'
Weaver, April 12, 18.1t). 25-tf.
SPRING STOCK.
( i I'mT'lin, I-ii|iiorH, Kt'giii's, Kr,
U' Ii call the attention of our minmroiis friei
and (lie public to our extensive Spring ate
which ive have received amt are daily reccltit
milking it tin 1 largest and most varied assortnu
North id' San I'luuci-co, consisting iu part of
GROCERIES,
I.IQl't lllH.
SKU A IIS.
-MINER’S IMPLEMENTS,
CROCKERY.
SADDLER Y.
IIARDY.ARF.
CLOTIIIN
HOOTS A \'|I SHOES, At.
Those desirous of purchasing at Wholesale. <
invite their attention to our establishment, hei
satisfied that we are aide to suit them iu any a
ail floods, at prices much lower than any oth
House in Wem erville. I). M. EHER A Co.
Kin: Proof Building, Main street.
Weaverville, May 3, 1850. lJ-lf.
NEW BRIDGE AT
c; A TsV I X’S RANCH
THE undersigned take this method of Inforr
ing Pack' i s mill the travelling public penen
ly that they have now completed the new Uriel j
across Trinity River ut Galvin's Ranch, about
miles la-low tlie ranch of Hates A Van Meter.
This bridge is on the new trail from Erench Oulc
to Salmon River, Yreka. Ac., anil in the neare
and host trail between those points.
Puckers and traders in the northern Countl*
will find it much to their advantage to travel b
this route, as it avoids the delay of crossing b
Kerry, and the danger of fording, besides being
much better trail. I. B. CARTW RIGHT,
I). J. GALVIN,
Proprietors.
Galvin's Ranch, Nov. 8, 18.lt). f2-tf.
\V IN kb !
ONGWORT1US SPARKLING CATAWBA*
] j HKIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
CLARET,
SAUTERNE.
SHERRY A
MADEIRA WINES,
together with a general assortment of fine French
Cognacs and domestic liquors, at the most res-*
natiie prices by II. HOCKER.
Weaver, August 9, lfiO,
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