Placerville Mountain Democrat

April 08, 1854

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Pages 1 - 4 of the Placerville Mountain Democrat April 8, 1854.

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Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - April 8, 1854, Placerville, California VOLUME 1.] PLACEKVILLE, EL DORADO CO., CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, APRIL S, 1854. [NUMBER 7. The Mountain Democrat Is published every Saturday, _ BY D. W. GtX WICKS CO. TERMS: One Year, (in 00 Siz 00 Three 50 Single Advertisements will be inserted at reasonable rates. One square, 1st insertion, 00 Each subsequent insertion, 1 50 JOB PRINTING Of every kind executed in a superior manner, and at reasonable rates. tOF" All orders for Job Work and Ad- vertising, Coming from abroad, must be "accompanied with the cash. A. J. BURNAM, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURCJEON. Office JL up stairs, 2d door west of the Phila- delphia Hotel, nearly opposite the Union, Placervffle, May 21. 1853. 44 Lavr Notice. ROBER TSON, SANDERS O N If HUA1E, Attorneys and Counsellors kt Law. Offices, tit Coloma and Placerrille, El Dorado county, California. JOHN HUME, Notary Public, Placorville. Office, opposite tho Empire Hotel, TUOS. ROBFBTSON, 3 W. JOHN 11UME. janl 24tf 6. S. GOODE rmancntly located tin El Do- _____lo County, will practice Law in all the Courts of said county, and also in tho supremo Conrt. S. F, KEKNK, M. D. OBF.D HARVEY, M. D. KEENE HARVEY, PHYSICIANS SURGEONS iITlLL be found at the drug store of f T A. P. Brnyton Co., or nt their office, room'in the rear of said drug 5 3m P. CIIAMDERL1N, BI. Office on Main struct, up stairs, oppo- site tho Union Hotel. TTASpe Jtlrodo 1. O. of O. P. Morning Star Lodge No. 20, organized Fob. Oth 1854, meets on r'ridny evening nf each week, at 7 o'clock, at their Lodge Hoom on Coloma Street, in Pluccrvillc. Brothcren of tho order are cordially in- vited to attend. L.B.HOPKINS, N.G. J.P. BL-KKF., R. S. S.ofT. Placnrville Diui-ion, No. 29, Sons of Temperance, meets every Tucsd.iy eve- ning, their Divibion Room cm Cnloma Brethren in good standing, arc cordially invited to T. A. SPK1NGER.W.P. L. S. CARB, R. S. MASONIC. El Dorado-Lodge. No.-2G, F.- M. meets first and third Monday's of enr.h month at 7 o'clock, P. their Lodge Room on Culoma street, 1'h'ccrvillo. All Masons in good standing are invi- ted to attend. F. F. BARBS, Secy. YOUNG AMERICA IN PLACERVILLE. NOW' tljnt tho spirit of progress 'pre- vails throughout {he United StPtes and especially in California, and has commenced its workings" in Plncerville, D. Wishing to keep, up with the times, have removed from their old shanty into HERR1CKS NEW BRICK, comer of Coloma and Main streets, where they will be glad to see their old friends and (ia many new customers a's The house will holcL We have just received a new supply of Clothing, Boots, Hats, and have now tho largest, nicest and cheapest stock in Placerville. We want the Boys to come and saitsfy themselves that we arc not joiung.Our arrange menta with_ below "are such that wo snail bo' continually7 supplied with the latest styles, and at prices which warrant us in promising that no house in Placerville or any one horse town in the country shall under sell us. ____ We are thankful to our friends for past favors and we shall endeavor to give satisfaction to allwho' may feel disposed to patronize us. D. KOHN GO. Miners' Exchange and Savings Bank, and San Francisco Essay Office, ARMORV HAUL, SXn Corner Montgomery and Sacramento Sts. A. S. Wriglit Agent. ALL MONEYS left at this Banking ing House will bear an interest of one ana a half percent: per month, redeema- ble at pleasure. GOLD DUST left to be Assayed at this office, will ,be returned within twen- ty-four hours, and the very best price paid for it when offered for sale. Gold Oust received on .special deposit FREE OF CHARGE, and Rich Quartz Specimens purchased, or valued gratis, and every attention paid to-the ASSAY- ING or testing of aft kinds of ORES. Gold Dost teceived for Coinage, on Remittance of Exchange drawn or the East, at Sight or on Time., 31-3m For Sale. THE hotel known as tho Dutch House, in Wtite Rock. Apply to Welty. Whito Rock, or -to Burner's Jewelry Shop, Main St., opposite Hunter Go's feh.36-lm. For Rent. Dwelling HoUse'latoly occupicc by Mr. Springer, situated on Colo s't. Inquire at this office, or of fionl hod tho en- gine none. Haply, the furnace door flew opon, the draught ccosejd, and 'a h'ttlft way above the upper engine7 heavy np-grade, the locomotive, bimth was spent; it came to a dead stand, and stood thero, silent and. cold, forming much a- part of till wintry landscape as the whit6oed rock and shrouded treo- on the hillside Johnson used 'to say that nothing was easier crowded house. LOG that he will preach standing on highaad, will assembld'to Bee'him doit. reminds us of how little merit is often required in the acquLntion, of, notoriety.' VV knew an. Englishman who once advertised In London' that he would, at a given time, sail in a tub npod the Thames and nnder. London Bridge, drawn by a parcel of-geese in oquatiQ harness. When the day came, the man, geese and tub were'there, and so were immense multitude uf spectators, to see the novel and ludicrous feat It was indeed ludicrous enough, but it did; not end so .to many of those in ugbKfer the weight of the dense "throng caufe3'tt crash, and the death of jnariy'of tbcrni by mangling and -drowning.- The-, man was of conrw made notorious, he and bLf fecso. When in trod ured, he asked new who he was, said he aupposfti so. Wo replied in the negative. What I' he returned, in astonishment, heard of me.hefpre? ,Wny, I'm the .great goose Things I have- have seen inost worthless and lazy fellows dress tiw mest raBhionablyi1 l I have seori'thc most" talented yqatig; men turn tipplers and die I.havo seen men, wbo.boaated moch.of their wealth, who wore not able to. pay their tailor's.- I have seen men who mode mneh noise about their bravoiy and daring exploits} and' _ -j I have seen tho same from a t have seen men run in debt, any probability of being able to make payment. i. i" I have seen a man .urging, W" Bt tie pressure of the hand; noble act of forbearano become a candidate for office and, 'I have seen "tho- 'same1 fellow against- him at the: election. t; I have seen parents -ur dren to marry against and ow vote _ __ I have seen a lovely young a rioh old bachelor merely for hbwealthj and -j i rimve seen the same girl die, broken hearted within, a joar. I have seen tho young and beautiful, and the talepted, .marry 'a dasbhigilKpv because fcej rich j and t I have seen them everaher1 drag out'a wretched, miserable life.' s' 5 --2dr.I have a iamily to support Good Southwestern In- dependent, published at Fayetteville, Ar- kansas, is responsible for the following: Bcft Calulter was describing the'other day, to Tip skill of a.aports- raan in Mississippi, with, the shot gun. 1 said T haye'sccn him take two patridges and let them bo'th go, one in front, and tho other behind him; and ho would fire and kill tho one in front, nnd ttion whirl and kill tho othor.' 1 Did ho havo a double barrel quired Tip. J .'Of course he did'.' Well, said Tip, I can boat that, I saw a man do the eome with a sin- or a brother's with haudsfull of flowers in green and daisy with bird's nestfl. admired but not touch- ed with oroepiug ants and almost im- perceptible emmets -with humming bees and beehives with pleasant walks and shady lanes and with thoughts di- rected in sweet and kindly and words to mature to acts of boneroleuce, to deeds of virtue, and to the sense. of all good, to God himself. Entry into Lift. A man entering into lifo ought accurately to knuw three things First, whore he is. Secondly, he is going. Thirdly, what he ha j best do under these circumstances. First, whero he that is to say, what sort of a world he has got ipto; how large it is; what kind of creatures -live in and how; what it is made of, and, what may bo made of it. Secondly, 'where be is is to say, what chances of reports thoie are of a.ny other world be- sides this; what seems to be the nature of that other world, and whether for Infor- mation respecting it, ho1 had better con- sult the Bible, Koran, or Council of Trent.' Thirdly, what he had better do under these that is to say., what kind of faculties he- possesses: what are! the present state and wants, of mankind; what is his plaoo in society, and what are the readiest means in bis power of at- taining happiness ,and diffusing- man .who knows these things, -and-' who in the learn-i Tho yearning affection of a heart was given for a child's protection. Its extreme tenderness forbear- ance which the best-trainftd WawnJDg powers would not accord; and all modern. pl.-uiH of infont mother's caroiohave it ''systematically brought up in a congregation of babies. is a gratia invasion' 'ot the' province of nature. 1 f a woman be, even in the low- est degree, fitted for the office of mother, even- the father of y, child, 'be'. he ever so judicious, has no right 46 give about its treatment, except 'With refer- ence to and deference for the .wishes of the mother. A child must' get post boy- hood before it comes within the sphere of a father's authority. A man should think of thUin the mother of bis chil- dren, and be careful to. select one who has sense enough to toko care of1 the baby, for if sho lack it, no wisdom of bid can supply the deficiency. It is a singular said Old Roger, at the close of divine service on Sunday, as he sat conversing" with, the minister who was into tea, -11 but the preat-har who is most .untiring in his exertions and does the most, towards reforming tho wicked, has, according to tho idea worloV, the'eisieat time of tt The minister looked slightly panlod and asked for an explanation. 11 continued -the futtay old fel- lowt when we -see a miniiter mtwt tiye and labor become sinner, cure." The minister looted' at him and a' smild was plantei on the fuoe that blossomed, the nut T has had his will so ing that is ready :to do what ho! knows he should chll educated, and the man who knows thcin notj uned- ucated, though be could all thd tongues of Baboh- Mr. Smlth.dpbTyou flunk Mr. Skoe- sicks'is a young'moVof parts V' dedly so MIM is port numskull, part kriavo, and part _ 5.', j The'best way to 'expand the chest Is to have a jargo heart inside. l Gold and silver are, ton boavy to perry to on hut, ia good han'ds, th'ey can be made to j.ftvo the way to it. f' The-yonn'itnin -who left off drinking, th.0. first of the gnged in effecting" a reform viaual who always makes it a pint. rfxiom for a dry -toaat is'but but WSPAPfcRI ;