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   Semi Weekly Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - December 29, 1860, Placerville, California                        NEW PLACEUVILLE, EL DORADO CO., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1800. MOUNTAIN DEMOCKAL pCiLUBCtt WKKKLT tf.rUN.C3BO AND MORMM BY QELWICKS JANUARY Oa.LWK.t- V Invartably In "i Terms of Advorttainil 10 l.BCf tuftrlioa t 3 00 I a.) w 10 W THE MOUNTAIN DBJCOCttAT Book anU 3ob I miWlrru i npr emr t" for JUSTICES 1BU Affll.vt. J I- OE.D ARCADE RESTtlTR STVOIS 4 Dcilre tf Iti for in 11 rlr frknda I the public at lury that tht-y o'llVlaudrV ai I arc now to f r n rtvl- a I 1 of lay or nljtl t Kf of tie n mav I e I al aialliluf. lult a J jei UeomttlTftUttitlon i IX frt f I r> IVTIelMKlCia at all w ll aloe yarkly of IIltKAl) CAKr- etc wl let w II he aull vl ulraiale or retail it iuwtMl k t r w ll Sui era In ilrMU MUNS CO I I toi HOPE BE3TAUBANT The tl eir tl alt) c) 1 ate laktn i ard ihc e atx vp r red tu fur i' 1 r GAMS AND OYSTER SUPPERS ilf at nil t nrL Br f M t Q j 1 llnrr rlr n hj I jhar.- of i it r s rituc M t 1 Ur r Ur Ort II IHU ILNMIf t 1 TfllU m ILNMIf 1 rt e K w r flat MIKr I tlrllrrl hu if rr j remlrtl an I r p. I Ur I L P TI8UER lUn Krinrlwo All I" fo tl UMnf -Ith hi Hlrir )t J C KEBTjEY .Py.4 ell I, on T S DOBSEY rr J Tff T OIBB8 il c a t r prorulrtlj I 1 t" CHAB P JACK30N t t f tl r M M n T Order. H h I r U r Tr.t Mil f r tl e nr are t l MIL f k< I i i M I h I- D 3TELAIIT SMITH S I I N VNl I I thr Hoi r-4 t Inl i Ua VMllTt 1 x i M 1 II O D HALL rrsnire I HUME 8LOSS vi I ce It 111 N-k T J r U jclrpl 1 I fi lrll r K IM in i ni- MCII i on LUDLUM'S n I larrr lie f r OYSTERS, TUT notsr. J r r ir U I U r v I 11 01 ii u roi STORE! AHRIVAL OF FBE3H OOOD8 AT WtLKKR A. w o rrrA L Grocery and Liquor Store, ON THE PLAZA door (o Cran till t ril okilore VTfo rfavttf-r tr 1 el eup In II elr More tl a i rilk e lav t i i irar iu: tl rr Hto. o p ret a at d rlc Tl e I u  In tl GROCERYfPKOVISION and LIQUOR w 1H 11 u Ut. atll r 11 lUn 1 PNTHIT 11 tak Ila r O w THREE ccail HUNDRED MAGNIFICENT GIFTS' 1 at ,OOO DOLM.AKS nr- oi F GEORGE G BKIQGB AND DENVEB, W ITCIII S JEWEMtV, ETC. No 59 J Street. Hacromento Mlr a le by wlrl I) M r by -K 1 nI nt-r f THE FINEST "WATCHES, MAI r HV The Mosu Celebrated Manufacturera Of F Rl U 1 rrn r HI v. AU ofthe Richest Patt n N an) os FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Front tie lebrated fc. i porl s of tl e Atlanti an 1 Fur lit port llrectlj fr not pay i r tly a other In Sa able t r m ifacti nd tllr I de 11 at prim ti to Call at il tha 111 d AS A FBEE GIFT A ft U Aul ti e IN GOLD OR SILVEE COIN T KV THEATER Al Til 1 I O w] I o j He fll K MAI MULrM I I t 1 mo Rtl n. I Z E SI TWO DOLLARS ALL KINDS OC JKH I-1 KV Repaired and Han factu U I 1 K an 1 Y tcriv K 1 t n ItK" au.lii, a t Watchen most Carefully Kcpaircd AND 1 I raf IP rkH I I always I I tt ACIIHOIIST IlrNM-lt H a 1 III ck N J J xtr rt flu t 3 n n M 1) O Mills! n It- k FALL AND WINTER ST7PPLIES A A K O -X K A II isooi's. siiors, Gents' b urmshmg Goods, MAIS STI fl-T Itl- HHUMJ O >N f tl Ml t Jrt ri i GOA-TH PANTS VI- HPS BOOTH, B1JOE3, OAITtRS J1LANKETS HATS CAPS TRUNKS f I I HIM rl t lllnftl rl I I I IxbljTll 91 fHO In DHS COOKE TITUS YOUNG'S HOTEL, i t r i w ihg PI I1I1L I wn IIP r-t r r A. A VAN GUELDER ATTORXl-1 IT I v tl.ra-.nC u tj t r 1FH r eon rC 1 Ma 8 W la Bull 1 p la 111. 11 rr 1 I JM ri.u i Dr' li fnr ll I tal rftom II u HAH MO M rl> iff Mr w li-n I r 1 t .If hi M E D CARSON M1TAKT PI Bl 1C AMI U (1411 Count fie or Irr [if] CIJA3 F IBWIN. NOTABV I- I H I I C an4 Fl Dorado C e al P t E BKCKMANN M D II, p, I t I t rate I) r 1 a I 11 M Dr II k. n B.IVM tic h in W II tu nil to pay tbe fe CISTOM M.40E Can be f JAMES OEn'S, Tailor, Malii lit o H I rai of But n nil nf itdl' r In nritrr K nrrf t T From 92 5O to f 1O OO Fa r tn At In H I I B t llntl r Uaxnn C ml lo r Irr il kll liof M4 I I e wl f I II 1 1 t THE OLD PMXA BOOK STOIti: mn coniin id HrRl Ft All of wl let tl ty offtrforaaleat tilt, lowia ratci fir ell M k n Tt t II e ni-i efit tl prrx.ua ilue f II erl> her 1 .-..-ttmi ittfwtj J I n tt JUIre A H tier II Ak rHrm irru e t J 1 Ban CITY SEXTON and TJMDEBT.AXEB. JOHN BOY, IH nr Furniture, Matresses, Bedding, etc, t Irh he keepn on 11 a 1 or m in faetnrei otler al rtnillce nnl on reasonabli? tern Upbolaterinir Keatly JOHHINO PKOMPTM ATTFNDFO TO af- COLOMA STBkKT, Next door to thi Oflce of tbc Hwtnoierat J" n Wacervllle AL1 KINDS OF CAt IFORMA RY nnd Dl tn n I rk at the tlei WATCHES Repaired I bj i rxinrl t cert w rk (ll BlLMARlt BAILfl irne 1 and O an I Plntolx rid C J AUWDPPON A CO til Next Door to Kmani 111 tk Mrtli PLACERVILLE ASSAY OFFICE, MMNSTRi-n riACFrrnu OI II IX Vl r-rciM- I f r M Hit n I J In i All llui tll_ In thai the} cleeided not tn sav one word 1 imilinne her She might (In) lo clnj hoping nil the tune for runl would never take place, and bj lilllc nnd little they thought the heart Wight be te 1 IMPORTANT TO Tiir ________ AMD CITIZENS Of P.aoorvillo And Vioiuitr WM POVAHUK tthotcMle liquor nn PluM Main atrecl on R beau lihillj iwlectnl itock of Huff Gordon Wine. do J dtt r Df n er ll n Jnl A I il 811 ry P Itl f rl FraiclR Tl f rl ill n f tl v Clf will he u 1 r tl e II n of n Co n tt f f f i tlr t ct I I y tl e tudl on il e PR of the Co c rt F J CIMM1M 9 VB t nt PI tervlllr Office I Ihe tarr UBP Orl rw f r m tl f i r.try pron lly Itifi ted lo U I RIO( H I r rlct r Ocl n ISfti IT 11 DIAS GLAUBER, OOLOMA BTREET.j Two doom bel w the DfcXmiUT Ofll e Ilnccrvllk AND KRTVII Q R R 3 Fvery article rrrgnlrc 1 fnr FumtlT UK? In thd OHOCERY AND PHOVI8ION LINE, he. t rnnxtanlly on hnn I and tnlr nf eUPrRIOR QU1IITV A ohare of puhl (-patron anrpart 06 8m NEW JEWELRY JV ESTAHLISHMENT, J y On the Flaza rineerrlllc iltLkV Ot Fl- to the of Placen ille icinity the llri.it the larfcut Ptoea f Pi HI-UN W VT  JBWEIiHY.evrr br alt lit tie M oifir at nrlc to-ml tl p Ml artlcl un g ara ti I an r. rein t. d icath rt-in.r I HI d n rrn til knnt of JkttKI ualL to or lur will i ti hi- i I Itrmatdi illkinlti f III nOKK >N Ion I rlr InMtc the p it Ur t mil nnd f r itic n Ml FH 81-M F JC U I I 1-N two loom e riitntcr. nn tl II m nl 'U, Ilaccrvilk FLUID OIL, ALCOHOL. BTO ReceUfd wwhlf fratn OrljrlnH Pivciflc Oil and Camphone very Patkige Warnnte 1 fuH Meaiurr, O. Millcltcd t nndi dcllr. of Ihe city o'charfrf HOUSE SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL Olaiiers Faper-Hangeri Tran'p'.rcnclcn He aw PHtntrd at rkva to nnll tt c tlmti WIIVDOW fii.iss. Ju.l Received for CHfAP FOH OA8II Feet of Window Alliiiti Irora8xl0toani40 Alw> PUTTY and nil OH-B. VABNIBHSB Turpentine, HruilM Monldlnf Gold Main el, near Blonr Point, FOR MTtHtandenlpied Tor Hale Mi tionet anil M and Blaokimlth'l Shop, ImHh'l Ihree n llei from naerrvllle CHANQE, OF BOHBBtTLEI ON AMI AVTI-U rm UK r Ot DK tMHML Nl-M tl eSrl t t ik tint ftt Itl-bb will Ic i.t nnj, I Kill run anfoll vs. Hftccn DajibLtwuinSt I ai 1 San Vrai Dnjilrtwecn >ort licari j T I tc. Tel irrat 1 t n in 11 tl 11 IK s rd ll- will I r ntln to 1 (r i ni n HUH kl> tliritg tl i wntir r tl C ignMt...... Mlo f r a trl ,kl> r n 1 F r wlrr ict I c will rnsl le nrnj an) to re tl c prmct nrtrrhcncdulp on Uiat day lUojr xrcnt tu the. emmnt and Hi than hour their 01 U elulil wns crossing again the tl iLshnl 1 of the old fnnnlv manalon Her Hi el tiifi.pl. t wan fur her little room, where she hud gathered HO many dear to- kens n il souvenirs from her cousin She liastei til up stairrf, nml went so fnst that hei diliL.hteil pirintu eould hardly fullon her Hut when she nus on the landjng, tn ill 1 si e aie in the door of ihitruom si long shut Charles' her nlli n leil, lonkiil allllr emlling with and opened arum to hu to Ins bosom. Hwns no longer a dream' ChnrKs htl 1 her Inked in Ins arms, her nnd mingling his tears with her own llutulun he opentJ his arm. tu nn ivi the i arehs of parents, she Bunk and dropped heavily on tho floor. She nnscUidl ilnxl willl BurpriHC and hnpl inesKl dead without uttering oBCcry, ith( ut heaving one Mgh I 1 Bill I te been in real istilte a little, Inteh John how much 5011 ill) in? Houulit a lot in the eniet r> nnil n half at re Tor the cemetery lot I ust north of it JUKI north I what the dnKO ill I you go so far not Ih fir f n live Hill I want a home I evond the grnvt t Kill looks silk inn nnd the) both whistling a melunelml} air lailf tt ni r Sacramento No ilurgunlll prrtl ntlily nhirh in lot t durii t winter Hinrral Agintforthc Jarkfli )U) IRW dN J GROCERY AND PROVISION HOUSE. L. LAJVDKCKKR, rlti COItM U t Main and Sai- _ villr a'nl Tlolnitylhal ti will r ntlnue the t n nt tl P II -tan I an I that tie tiai i w in etorr the I FAMILY GBOOPBIEB, JJIQUOBB, Fvcr hroiifht to th which he will at a ndTtuctt BACIUMFNTO W HOI EHAI E a. ree I. on. of .be W.I 10th 1800 Nwiw Goodi received Evvrr AlM> HIDES, WOOL and TALLOW ItoiiKht and Bold ty-Ordrri promptly attended to All Ooodi free of iW 3m FOR SALE. BUH1NFBR calllnr me tot hi- Flit I to my Mate and at Amtrlrin Hat i tlno half In tny Rtofr Mlrhtrftn Far) I in a hralthy and naptllnui Tin MiNMsfuv Citor- The crop of f >r tho prchtnt M.nr niiiouiil-4 todOUOOOO lnrK stmptMr piniUinil in Stnlt in pi op ution t populiilM.il lliinvtraRo to tlio lurt is twtnU tlirtc Imsholn Ihtru is a of rr.ip forixport of 4 500 000 1 lit popu.nti tn of (In Stntt IH about 175 000 nn itiLrttth of 25 000 since 18a7 onct coinplimcntMlsal mon in tho fnllnHinp nmnntr it s not tw o hours SHU t that snlmmi wan walking tound his rta, cntntt. with hut hands in hm inner dreaming of what a prttlv inviUshun ht d have to at dinner" IN upon the of ft now to power the persons nmbi tioiiK of his favor crawl upon their helhen before lnm We arc nntinformedwhcther tho custom was borrowed from thiucoun ___ A IITTIF nine vetr old, ovirhearlng a nmnnga parcel of ladies cook i up some Advocating broiling httf and frying mutton 1 Aunt Kit, how do they cook sweep- RtnkcH has a first CBIIBO except prihnpB hotnit few tinhuky candidates for prnctu c   

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