MINKBS’ tIEETI.>G IN TBINITIT
Die Flat. M'V 8. 1853.
Editors of Cockier: —A poi I ion of on rcit t
erns being diwatisfied with the influx < Chi
nese among ns, a meeting was collet I, huh as
sembled ibis day, and pul forth the following ro
solutions; , ,
Whereas, at a meeting of ‘he miner*
Flat and vicinity, convened at Dig >*'3 . •
1853, William Hazeltiue was appointed cban
man and Henry Hughes Secretaty.
The following resolutions werc adopted^
convened for the
Ist. That this meeting
; of taking into consideration the expe
dienev of permitting the Chinese to mine in this
distliet. or the contrary.
this meeting be taken
gd. That the sense ol
a committee of five be appointed to
. rotes, and to inform the Chinese of
receive Hit \ • ■ , . ... .
the sense of the meeting, or appoint substitutes
,j je same. Said coininillee to consist ol
i/ir following g« ullemeii: Capl. Juo. Best, E. .1.
William*. Henry l>. Voting, Jutnes D. V'-auglian,
and (i. B. Laudon.
4>h. And provided the majority favor their
remaining, this committee shall protect them
from injury or molestation.
alh. And further provided, if there is a major
ity in favor of their not remaining hekiw the
Aorth Fork of Trinity, then this committee is
authorized to inform them ut the same, and
<u«»e them to leave.
W_\L HAZELTLNE, Bres t.
11. M. Ik cuts, Sec’y.
Tin? [mils wore immediately opened to re
ceive votes, when the wannest contest began
that I have ever seen in the State, and which
continued until the polls were closed at sun
down, with the following result; 65 for remain
ing and (hi against—giving the small hut glorious
majority of two in favor of law and order. This
result is truly to he rejoiced over, imiMoiieh as
it preserves our locality from that degradation
which always attends the perpetration of wrong
and injustice upon the weak and insignificant,
invll It] JOHN N. BEST, Ch’n. Corn.
.11IS' t'EIiKBK ATSOrt.
•HE MASONIC FRATERNITY OF SHAS-
Ia and vicinity will celebrate the approach
ing anniversary ol S 7. John's Dot/, the "J-Ith ol
June next, with an Oiation, I’nldic Procession,
and other.ceremonies. All members of the or
der in good standing, wiili tin ir wives and
slaughters, are respectfully invited to attend.
Bv order \\ estern Star I.odge. No. ii.
A. E CALLOWAY, W. M.
James T. Glenn. Sec’v. myl4td
ON THE TUB xTY-KIGHTH OFOCTO
her as', I executed two notes —one for two
thou-and dollars or more, mid one for eightsen
hundred dollars—payable on the Ist day of
March. 18 0, in favor of Nicholas Tarter. The
consul' ration lor w hich these notes were given,
has failed. Therefore 1 forewarn :dl persons
from ruling for cither or bulb ol said notes, as I
do not in timl lo pay them.
Tehama, May 7, 1853. n.ylJ 4t
a < ai:».
Messrs. Rnniias :—1 received one of vonr
papers yesterday, and I see that Freeman Dans
lord has put himself to some trouble and some
expense to inform the public that 1 have <|tiil his
bi d and Ima'd. That is not the case. 1 made
inni ipi.tmv In d ami hoard for inv ow n good,anil
the we fare ol my fa'her’s family. He courted
Hie onlv tor inv projiertv lIIi<I the little money I
h d, and I know it. ’I h.s is not half that 1 could
i«y. But permit me to n mark, that if he
niity pay me the eight or nine weeks hoaid he
ivv i> me, I could liny myself a splendid ring;
but I tan get aim g verv wi ll without the ring
•rli « reili'. Any urn that ivt r aw I im would
know at once, that he is specimen • nongh. vvith
i ill 'ln- l ing. I would he a tool fu stay with
him after all this. I’.ul lie it known fn in short
to bore, that / am no longer Lucinda D nfonf.
as he signed it, hut f sign inv name as I want
you in do. LUCINDA EMETT.
.Shasta County. Cal. May If, 18 53. myN It
Miirit'ri.i;i'i i>!:n; stobk.
Mom S f tet f. Sh tjt'u,
CONSTANTLY DECEIVING FROM
U Boston and New York, a large assortment
of Drags. Paints, Oils. Ac., which at
who'esale will be found c heaper than has ever
before bei ll ottered in this market.
A li 1 supply of [latent medicines, among w hid:
are the following :
Osgood's India <'holagngne. Sands’ Sarsapa
rilla, Old Jacob and S. ]’. Townsend's Sarsapa
rilla. l’i rrv Davis’ Pain Killer. Wistar’s Balsam
«*f Wild Cheny. Ayres’Cherrv Pectoral. Javni s'
Kxpectonnit. Haii Tonic ami Alterative. Thoniji
son’s Eye Water, Turlington's Balsam and God
frey's (.'t ml ml.
l.ii inu n s. Haves’ Mexican Mustang, Hunt's
■Ni ivc and Bone. Steel sain! Liiptid Opodeldoc.
I'if/s. —Lee’s. Moffat’s. U right’s. Bramlreth’s.
(iiatenln rg's. Ja\ lie’s S.m tiv e and Ague Pills.
mvUtf ‘ BEN.I. SHURTLEFF.
a i> n i.x sst it irar.'s no tick.
VI. I, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS again*’
the estate of James Bmett. deceased, an
required to exhihit tin in. with the necessa'x
vouchers within ten nmtrhs nfn r the date here
of. to the undersigned. Adiiiinistralor, at the
residence of the late Janies Emetf, on Cotton
wool. in lii.s County ; and all persons indented
to the rs'alr of the deceased are required to
make immediate paviiienl to h ■ undersigned.
JOHN I). JO\ES. Administrator.
Shasta Co.. Mav 1 I, 1853. mv 14 3t
TO THE (TTIZFXS Ol' Mil AST A.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
return to the citizens of Shasta his sincere
thanks, for llie [iiomp’liess and industry which
they displayed in assisting him to extinguish tin
fire which accidentally i centred in the rent «>■'
his brewery on Monday lust. Without such
timely assistance my establishment would have
Iveen entirely consumed.
111x14 11*' JACOB ELLSASER.
—Of the best quality, in tins or kegs, for
PLUMMER A MITCHELL
URN. II 11.1» H Irt .V KAV.tlOrtU.
Have this day formed a co-part
ner<hip as Physicians and Surgeons.
Office 3 doors below the Post Office, where
tliev will pay particular attention to Surgery in
nil its brandies.
A. S. BALDWIN.
J. A. IiAVMONTL
Shasta. Mav 5, 1853. myT if
J. A. KAVTIOrtD,
Phrsiciaa and Surgeon.
WOULD INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public, that he is about to engage in
the business of bis profession in Shasta, and from
an experience of ten years public and private
practice in the Atlantic Slates, a large share of
i,„ u*<l. Siimwin to a Public Hosni
which time he was Surgeon to a Public Hospi
tal, where he was constantly engaged in surgi
cal practice, he hopes by strict attention to
his business, to merit a share ol public patron
° Office with Dr. A. S. Baldwin, a few doors be
low the Post Office.
Shasta, May 5. 1853. *9' "
C. L. HARRINGTON,
J. g. nott,
lIAKRI\(tTO> &- DOM,,
Main street, Shasta, Opposite the El Dorado Hotel.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
in Groceries. Provisions, Cigars, Liquors,
mid a general assortment of goods, suitable to
Monthly shipments ol Groceries received from
U e are persuaded that with our facilities for
making purchases below, we can supply puck
ers. miners and house keepers with every arti
cle ol the trade, 11 [sou terms as moderate as any
establishment in Northern California.
Highest price paid for Gold Dust.
Shasta City. April 0. 48.13. apOtf
CIGARS! CIR.4RN !!
HAVANA REGALIAS ON
hand, and for sale cheap. We
are constantly receiving fresh shipments of lire
article. HARRINGTON & DOLL.
apOtf Main stieet,
Opposite St. Charles
I ON KM.
T'HOI.ESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
Miners lin piemen's, d-r.
A large supply constantly on hand, lor sale as
cheap as 'he c heapest.
IXMV.VEU iV 10.
Main Street, Shasta City.
\ITTHOT.ESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
T T in Prov isions, Groceries, Clothing, &c.
A large variety of Hardware, Carpenters
Blacksmith, Miners and Farming Tools. Cross
Cut and Pill Saws. Nails, Grind Stones, Crock
ery, Colton and Linen Duck. Cotton Sheetings,
Calico and variety goods. Also, a full assort
ment of fresh garden seeds from Long Isiaud.
Seed Coi n and Peas, Clover Seed. Ac. Ac.
€' lIA I*ill A A A 10.
Dealers in Braeisions and fSrociries.
"T MAILMAN A CO. INFORM THE PFBLIC
that thcvalwavs keep on hand, in their
store, nearly opposite the St. (diaries Hotel,
a general supply ol provisions, such as
and all olio r kinds of Miners’ supplies.
Barley always on hand, at the lowest market
prices. Also a full assortment of mining tools.
One of tin- firm always remaining in San
Francisco, we are enabled To lake advantage ol
the market at all times, and thus supply onr cus
tomers at the cheapest prices. marl'd tf
NOT BUCI.Vi' OFT OIS HONK iZOHK.
riTALBOT A SEATON ARE STILL TO BE
found at lheir'old stand near the burnt dis
trict. and having completed their arrangements
so as to he receiving goods constantly, are now
enali’ed to otb I* to their old Inelids a large and
complete assortment of Groceries, Provisions,
Liquors. Ac. wholesale and retail, at the lowest
market prices. Reno inhcr the- place, one door
east oi the Shasta Hote l. maiTUll
.1 KMT K KI VKU.
Whisky! Brandy! (line!
KEGS U HISKV, HIGH PROOF,
;!(( k- gs Brandv, do do
20 kegs Port W inc.
H cases Bok< is Bitters,
For sale by PLUMMER A MITCHELL,
mardli if Ooposite Post (ItVice
I* AI VITA s■, >‘UT:K Bi ANHiNH, Arc.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE
the- business of Painting, Gla/.rng and Pa
per Hanging, in the city of Shasta and surround
ing country, on his own individual account,
mar 19 tf .). VAN SCHAiCK.
11KJ.3.U ANN A: CO.,
Having lately erected a fine
l'\ee-]}eooJ Stone Building ill 1 reka City,
lake this method of informing the mere bants ol
Shasta City that they are prepared to receive
and sell goods on commission. Parties who will
favor them with their patronage will have their
business promptly attended to, v\ ithoill running
tniv risk vvhnlevt r from fire.
Vri kti. March dd. 1813. m2f> 3in
TO T L'l K i'Tßiill'.
UV WIFE. LUC.’INDA DANFORD. HAV
FT_I_ ing left tnv 1 ed and hoard on the 28 h ol
April, without anv just cause, 1 heivhy nolily till
persons not to trust her on mv accunut, ns 1 am
determined lo pay no debts con'raeled hv her
afti r this date. FREEMAN DANTtiHD.
Shasta, Mav 7, 1813. my~ 3t*
F«m mam: oss kknt,
ON THE MOST REASONABLE
’ ll -;J ternts, the Cottage I loose, situated on
■l’rFWi the nor'li-east side of Shasta City. The
hi'iise i< new, and is lienntihillv situated, conve
nient to good water. For fnrtln r particulars ap
ply to 1,. H. Barber or E. W . Meech, at the Bil
Sh tsta Citv. Mav 3 1. 1813. my 7 tf
iiitivi.Nt; ran: maitsa tikato.
The uxdErs.uned informs all
persons that mav be culling logs or other
wise interested in timber on the Sacramento
and Pill Rivers, that he will commence to drive
the above named rivers on the di ll insf. All
persons inteiested, and do not want their logs
moved, will ph ase notitv me of the w hereabouts
and tin in nks of said logs. I will be at the St.
Charles' Hole! wii S iturday ami Sunday, the 1-Ph
and I.lth inst. An hour boom will he at or near
the Iron Canon. THOMAS HICKS.
m\ 7 4t*
taKkn i p.
ON OLNEV GREEK.
the d I'li inst.. n dark bav Horse Mule.
There are no brands on him. The owner can
have him by proving property and paying
charges. ' JOHN MULLEN.
Olney Creek, April 21, 1813. ap3o 3i*
TO TSIK PI BMC.
'? HAVE THIS DAY APPOINTED WM. P.
■ Da'igerfield, Esq., my agent and attorney,
attend to all business tor me in mv absence.
JOHN E. WILKINSON.
SliasM. April 29.1813. np3()tf
I DAVID CORSAUT. SHERIFF WITHIN
andtfor the County of Shasta, State of Cali
fornia, So herdiv notify mv fiiemlsand the pub
lic at hifge. that having sold my house where I
kept nij office. I have this day removed my of
fice into the house of Mr. Guvand in this town,
opposite James Long’s Hnr.se Market, where I
will hold myself iu readiness to attend to any
businesf that belongs to my official capacity at
anytime DAVID CORSAUT.
Shaft!. April 29, 1853. ap3otf
COAIIA« AGAI.V !
P. M. Kdf r & Co.
Having recovered from the
losses by tin- lute conflagration, are hajipy
to aiinonuce to the citizens of Wenvrrrille and
vicinity, that they are again on hand with a
fresh and more extensive stock of goods than
ever—to the inspection of v Inch they earnestly
solicit the attention of the mining and trading
public. In the stock on hand may be found a
full and varied assortment of
Boots and Shoes; flats ofall kinds,
Bleached and Brown Sheetings; Oil Cloths ;
Duck and Uridine ; Domestics ot all kinds, and
Also, Table Cutlery, Crockery and Glassware,
etc. etc. Also,
All of which will be sold upon the most rea
sonable terms, and at the lowest prices, in ipiun
tities to suit purchasers.
P. M. EDER&CO.
VVeaverville, Trinity County. 18V3. ap.fbtf
Nlli:i) & BISHOP.
Cn vertaburyii, Red HI Jills.
Beg leave to announce to the
public that they have in store and are con
stantly receiving from below, a large and choice
assortment of goods, selected expressly for this
trade, which will he sold at the lowest prices.
Clear Pork, Mess Pork,
Mess Beef, Bacon Sides,
Also, a large assortment of Groceries.
Sugar, " Syrups,
R ice, I eas,
Coffee, Spices, &c.
Together with a large stock of Liquors, To
bacco and Cigars of all brands, and a variety of
other article's too tedious to mention.
mnrgfi 3in SHED >fc BISHOP.
IA FOU.II.iI'IO.\ WAVniD.
Josrph \V. Daritison.
VNY ONE KNOWING of die whereabouts
of the? person above mimed, will confer a
avor on Ids brother-in-law, K. B. Monks, by ad-
Iressing him at San Francisco. He was at \ reka
vlien last heard from abont eight months ago.
since this time nothing has been known ot him
»y his friends at home. aplfl
BKI€KtC» A :ttcl,.UJ(aiU.\.
uns..i. brickeit & e. b. McLaughlin
Vg respectfully inform the citizens of Shasta
and -vicinity, that they have this day
formed a co-partnership as Physicians and Sili
ceous, and will give prompt attention to all med
ical and surgical business entrusted to their
care. Office at the City Drug Store, where they
may be found when nut absent on Professional
calls. oplfi tf
Jeweller mid Watch -tinker.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE
public to visit his establishment, on
Maine street, immediately opposite the Shasta
Hotel, where they will find a complete assort
ment of line watches. State and California Jewel
rv. All orders in his line will he carefully
executed. Also, all work warranted.
Shasta, April, 18’)3. uplfi 5w
It .VAC ill M. ! UAXIIIAO !!
THE SUB SC RIB ERS WOULD IN FO R M
their friends and the public generally, dial
ibey are now prepared to heard stock at the old
“ Daingerlield Ranch,” 3.J miles below Clear
Creek. Stoc k entrusted to their care will have
an excellent range, and he attended to personal
ly by one of the undersigned, assisted by a care
Refer to James Loag, Shasta.
E. PARSONS & 0. KYLE.
lIOKMi: tIABKKT AAU MVIIBV
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS
■ave to announce to his old eus
ii ll' "J 111. c - 111 a
mil the public generally
that ins arrangements are now completed to has e
always on hand, Horses and Mules for hire or
sale, unit trusts that by strict attention to busi
ness to merit a continuance of die liberal patron
age hitherto bestowed on liiiu.
Horses ami Mules bongli* and sold on com
Auction sales of stock daily. »
Those wishing to sell or purchase stock will
find it to their advantage to call at the Slock
Market. JAMES LOAG,
Shasta, March T 2, 18 >3. Auctioneer.
I'A'IOA HWTEIc, \V FA VKKVILLi:.
SCHNABEL & CO. TAKE PLEA
snre in amiouneing that tho “ Union
.Hotel” is again open for the accommoda
tion of the public.
We do not hesitate to promise every comfort
and convenience to be obtained at the best ho
tels in ibis portion ot die Stale.
Our table and bar will always he supplied
with the best articles to he procured in the mar
We can also furnish comfortable private rooms
VVeaverville, May 7, 18V3. iny7tf
RISK ito il 110 i: >i:
TIIKKA f IT V.
PACKERS, MINERS, AND THE
traveling public generally, are respect
fully informed that the above Hotel is
now in full operation. We have every accom
modation necessary for the comfort of custo
mers. Our TABLES are constantly supplied
with the best the market affords. Connected
with tin* house is a commodious STABLE and
secure CORRAL, always supplied with abun
dance of food for animals. English, German,
French and Spanish spoken.
PIERRE LkGUEVEL & CO.
Yreka, April Ifi, 18->3. ap!6 if
H. C. BAKKK. T.. «ARTER.
R Alt FR X CARTER,
AI lorm j H anil Conm-ellom at l<av.
OFFICE in D. Corsaut's buildings.
E. C. GIIibETTE,
County Surveyor of Shasta County -
Surveys and records the field
Notes of land claims. Canals and flumes
laid out and graded. Plans, estimates and spe
cifications drawn up tor bridges, aqueducts,
dams and all kinds ot structures.
Office in County Clerk’s Office. marlDlf
J. C. Hl.\t KLE¥,
Attorney mid Counsellor at liw,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
EDWARD H. BEABOA,
Justice of tbr Dear*.
Office over the Post Office. maxT9tf
PRCPRIEToRS OF THIS FERRS
A liav <• no hesitation in recommending it to
the traveling public as the best on Pitt River.
It is directly ni track of the miner going to or
returning from the Pitt River mines, anil trav
elers will timl no difficulty in getting ferried
over at any hour of the night or day.
Pitt River, ai>23 tf.
SHASTA STEAM SAW MILL.
Carter & Co,
A RE NOW PREPARED TO SELL AND
- A and deliver lumber either in Shasta at their
yard, oral the mill, one mile and a quarter front
town, on a good and easy road. They have a
large stock of seasoned lumber of various di
mensions on hand, and all orders will be filled
punctually ami with dispatch, upon as reasona
ble terms us can be had—the prices having been
reduced. Those wishing to purchase are re
quested to cull, see, and examine the quality
and the accuracy with which it is sawed, before
purchasing elsewhere. aplti if
JA. PRICE WISHES TO INFORM IIIS
• friends tmd the public, that he is prepared
to perform all operations in Surgical and Me
chanical Dentistry, at his old stand. Office op
posite the \\ oodcock Restaurant.
Shasta, March, 1853. mar2Ctf
H. W. HI BBARD.
Storage and Commission Merchant.
AT THE UPPER END OF MAIN STREET,
at the sign of the “Globe Lamp,” where
will be found 20 or 30 good beds for lodgers at
all hours of the night. Also, shower and tub
baths at all hours of tbc day or nigbt, hot or ccld.
Also, miners’tents always on hand, cheap.
There is also attached an asylum for the sick.
Shasta City, April 9,1833. ap9lf
THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY OK TRINITY.—IN THE Dis
trict Court of the Eighthsudicial District
of said State.
The people of the State of California to Joseph
T. German, George Legon, Peter Taylor, Win.
Meader and William Ainich, greeting:
Whereas a complaint was tiled in the Hon.
District Court of the Sih Judical District iu and
for the County of Trinity, by T. M. Winston, P.
T. Miller, F. S. McKenzie, and G. 15. Winston,
on the 18ih day of January, A. D. 1853, wherein
they complain that on or about the 4th day ot
September, A. D. 1850, you received certain
stock of them, to wit; Horses and mules for the
purposes of ranching, at the rale of three dol
lars per month per head, in the State ot Califor
nia; and have to this day refused and neglected
to deliver them to said plaintiffs, and still refuse
to do so.
You are therefore hereby summoned to ap
pear and answer in said Court the said com
plaint within ten days alter the service hereof, it
served within this county, within twenty days if
served within said district. And in all other
cases within forty days, exclusive of t he day of
Ami you will take notice that if you fail to
answer the plaintiffs complaint, the plaintiffs
will apply to the Court for the relief demanded
in said complaint.
Witness Hon. J. M. Peters, Judge of the Bth Ju
dicial District Court, with my private seal an
nexed, there being no seal of said Court ns
yet provided. .INC. C. BIRCH, Clerk.
Thus. L. Bull, Deputy.
Ordered hy said Court that the above sum
mons be published in the Shasta Courier tor
three mouths. JOHN C. BIRCH, Clerk.
Thos. L. Bell, Deputy.
May 3. 1853. my 7 3m
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED
out of the District Court 9th Judicial dis
trict, iu and for the County of Shasta, State ol
Cal., on a judgment rendered on the “Bth day
of March, A, D. 1853, in favor of Charles Mc-
Kinney. and against Samuel Paiutou, for the
sum of six hundred and seventy-eight dollars
and eighty-live cents debt, and the sum of
ninety-one dollars ami ninety-four cents for his
percentage, costs, Ax., also for accruing costs, 1
have seized and taken in execution all the right
title and interest of Samuel Paiutou in and to
the following described property, to wit: The
Rauch formerly known as Marple’s Ranch, and
latterly hy the name of McKinney’s Ranch, and
now occupied and owned by Samuel Paiutou,
situated on Cottonwood Creek in Shasta Coun
ty, containing three hundred ami twenty acres,
with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging.
Also, lorty acres of wheat and barley iu the
I hereby give notice according to law, that on
Monday, tire 23d day of May, A. I). 1853, be
tween the hours of two and four P. M., I will
sell Samuel Paiutoii’s interest in ami to the
above described property, in front of the Court
House door, iu the town of Shasta, to the high
est bidder for cash. D. CUKSAUI, Sheriff.
ADMIMMTBATOK’t) SALE OF BEAL
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER MADE
by the Hon. G. W. McMurlry, Judge of the
Probate Court iu and for the County of Shasta
and Slate of California, made on the second day
of March, 1853, notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Administrator of the estate of Jo
siah Hoop, deceased, will sell at public auction,
on the premises, on the 26th day of March, A. D.
1853, at ten o’clock, to the highesi bidder, the
following property, belonging to said estate, to
The house and let known as the Old Domin
ion, situated on the south side of Main street, iu
said town, and county aforesaid, opposite the
B 1 Dorado Hotel, the same being thirty (30) feet
front, and extending back one hundred and six
•y (" 160) feel at right angles with said street,
said house and lot having been appraised to the
sum of four thousand dollars.
Terms three months’ credit with a mortgage
on the premises. ISAAC HOOP,
Postponed Notice is hereby given, that the
sale otTJie above property is postponed until the
twenty-fifth day of June, A. U. 1853.
ISAAC ROOP, Administrator.
April 28th, 1853. ap3o 3t
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the estate of Effa Cheney,deceased,
are required to present them with the necessary
vouchers to the undersigned, at his residence in
Placer City, Cohisi County, within ten months
from the date hereof, or they will be forever
barred. R. H. PRATT, Administrator.
Placer City, April 30, 1853. ap3o 4t
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS against
XI. the estate of A. W. Collins, deceased, are
required to deliver them with the necessary
vouchers, within ten months after the date here
of, to the undersigned. Public Administrator, at
the Clerks office of Siskiyou Comity, in Yreka
City. D. H. LOWRY, Pub. Adru’r.
April 36. 1853. ap3o 4t
WILLIAM P. DAINGERFIELD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Shasta City, California.
Office in the rear of the St. Charles Hatel.
April 2, 1853.
THE UNDERSIGNED WISH TO
sell the long established tavern stand
known as the *• Empire Hotel,”situated
in the most business part of Shasta. Being
anxious to enter into another business, they will
dispose of this property on the most reasonable
terms. Persons desirous of engaging in hotel
keeping, will do well to call and examine the
premises for themselves.
OLGXDORF & BAND.
Shasta, April 2, 1853 ap2tf
FINE POINT RANCH.
Scott's I alley —lo Miles from Yreka.
a THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE
to inform the public that they have set
tled themselves permanently at this
place tor the purpose of accommodating persons
who may favor them with a call, and pledge
themselves that every comfort and luxury the
country affords, shall be found at their house.
'1 hey also will keep on hand and for sale, all
kinds of stock, such us milch cows, fat cattle,
horses, mules, &c.
Highest price paid lor all kinds of stock iu
poor order. HEARD &CO.
Scotts’ Valley, March 30,18)3. ap2 tf
ffHt T,IE STORE IN SHASTA, FORMER
£;ism ly occupied bv Brastow, Harris & Co.
-iiiii Apply to
L. C. WOODMAN.
Shasta, March 17, 1853. marl'Uf
NOTICE TO SQUATTERS.
THE GRANT TO THE UNDERSIGNED,
of six square leagues of land, commencing
at the mouth of Antelope Creek, on the east side
of the Sacramento, running up said river three
leagues, thence running from the river in an
easterly direction two leagues, having been con
firmed by the U. S. Land Commissioners, all per
sons found trespassing on the same are hereby
notified that they will be proceeded against ac
cording to law. J. K. DYE.
Antelope Ranch, March 10, 1853. marl 9 3m
EMPIRE HOLME, MIIAMTA.
THE PATRONS OF THE EMPIRE
will ever find us ready to attend them
with alacrity. The table and bar will
be furnished with the best the market affords,
f he correl will always be plentifully supplied
with hay and grain, good running water and
commodious barn stables, saddle house. &c.
\\ e return our thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore bestowed upon ns, and solicit a con
tinuance. OLENDORF & RAN U.
March 1 Dili, 1853. martf
ST. CIIARI.ES hotel,
Mlt:i h I n City.
THE PROPRIETORS WOULD RE
spectfully announce to their friends and
the public, that they have refitted the
St. Charles in a manner deserving their pa
tronage. and solicit the same from their friends
as well as transient visitors. The table, as here
tofore, will be supplied with the best the coun
try affords, and no expense will be spared iu
procuring, through Agents below, the best
Liquors, Cigars, &c. for the Bar.
Heals at all hours.
Shasta, March, 1852. inar!2tf
El. DORADO HOTEL.
THE SUB S C RIB E R S HAVING
thoroughly renovated the above estab
lishment, are now prepared to accom
date their friends and all those who may favor
them with a call.
The rooms are supplied with good clean beds,
The Bar will he furnished with the choicest
liquors, wines and cigars, and the table with all
the luxuries the market affords.
No [tains shall be spared to make this one of
the most desirable lintels in any mining town iu
Hall vt Crandall’s line of stages running from
Sacramento City to Shasta slop at this Hotel.
There is also a good corral attached to this
A share of public patronage is respectfully re
quested. DUNN & FUENEY.
marl 2 tf
junction of the Yreka and
Roads, 12 miles from Shasta.
would announce to the pub
lic, and particularly to per
sons travelling to and from Yreka and Weaver*
ville, that he is now prepared to entertain them
at this long established stand, formerly known
as the “ Free Bridge House,” in a style not sur
passed by any hotel in Northern California. Hav
ing completed his new ami commodious build
ing, and furnished it in the best possible manner,
he is enabled to promise the very best accom
modations. The table, as heretofore, will al
ways be supplied with the best viands the mar
ket furnishes; while from the large garden at
tached to the premises, all the vegetables grown
iu this part of the Stale will be furnished iu the
He lias also a secure Corral connected with
his establishment, always supplied with an abun
dance of barley and bay.
mar26tf LEVI 11. TOWER.
FREE TRADE HEAT .MARKET.
Corner of Main Street and Daingerjield Court.
PUBLIC ATTENTION IS
r* called to the old and well
FREE TRADE MEAT MARKET,
situated on Main street, corner of Daiugerfiehl
Court, Shasta. The market being very commo
dious, the arrangements are such as to afford am
ple room for the venders of the various articles
offered for sale. The proprietors have spared
no pains to render this market a place of general
resort. Affording as it does, a cool and shady
retreat, citizens are cordially requested to pay
ns a visit, and see for themselves the elegance of
Hotel and Restaurant keepers and private
families, can at all times be supplied with the
following articles of the best quality, viz;
Corned Beef, Veal,
Pickled Pork, Sausages,
Tripe. —This department is under the special
superintendence of Mr. Melville, who will
vouch for the entire cleanliness of the article.
Also, always on hand a fine assortment of Liver,
with or without bone.
$lO,OOO iu gold dust wanted, for which the
highest market price will be paid.
niarlOtf RUDER & MELVILLE.
R. T. MFBAGUE,
ATT OR NE Y AT LAW,
Shasta Citt, Shasta Co., Cal.
Office at his residence, Main street, south-east
part of ihe city. niar26tf
DOCTOR A. B. BALDWIN,
PHYSIC lAX Sf SURGEON.
Office nearly opposite the Shasta Book Store,
and a few doors below the Post Office.
DRUGS AND HEDICINEM,
ENJAMIN SHURTLEFF, WHOLESALE
and Retail dealer in Dm"? and Medicines
ALSO, Paints, Stationery,etc.
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