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I'UHIEST. Shasta, May 21st. 1853. Business for the week Ins been good. Many trains are in from Shasta 5 alley and Weaxei ville and will Be loaded here. Provisions of all kinds are sold at reasonable prices and the pros pects fornll branches if trade are most flatter in- Traders and mine.s north of us are just be ginning fullv to reap the benefits of the low pri ces now an.l for some time past ruling in the Band Francisco market. Flour 120!2i Nails. 20*25 Corn Meal, kiln I Molasses, 1,75** 50 dried. 13 8,rt ! , ‘ 1 3 r ’ docala -roond, 00-/14 Whiskey, 0., 1874*2,50 Kiirl^v * 9*lo Rye. Mon, 2124*2,25 Clear I’ork, 32*35 I’ort Wine, |2a3 3.5*38 Butter, hf bbls, 38*02 Bacon, 58* lIJ Lard, 35 Hire. Carolina. 15*18 Cbili i’eaches, 35 Teas, Imp. and I Dried Apples, 20*25 Can Powder, 75*100 Candles, 45*50 Coflee. Rio, Java, 20*25 Salt, 13*10 Sugar?, Manilla, 14*18 Tobacco, Grape 50*50 “ No. 1 China. 19*2(1 Mackerel, $30*32 *• pd, crush’ll, 25*28 Potatoes, 22*24 Cheese, 30*35. Beans, 1 ')fl 10 RRI.SOIOFM NOTICK. Mkthohist Episcopal Church. —Pulilic ser vice* every Sunday at A. M. and l*. M. Sunday stliuol ev« ry Sunday at 3J I*. M. Ri:v. Jamk- Ruckus, Pastor. A CARD. Big Bah. May 15, 1853. Ki»'. Corn.: I feel it my duty to notice an ar ticle which appeared in your paper of yesterday, written by » person s yiing himself “Joshua,*’ concern in” a little affair tint’ happened In tween Mr. Smith and myself. I vans at work on the Ounce Bar, opposite the Big Flat they are trying to raise such an excitement about. At die same time there were some twenty Chinamen at work directly opposite me. Every man on this side the river desiring tin in to leave, and with a view of causing them to do so and at the same time have a little fun myself, I commenced throwiu” rocks at them, which soon h id the de sired effect. Shortly after Mr. Smith came down with a gun and fire lat me twice. I then threw stones at him and lie left. .Meeting him on the op|iosiie side of’ the rivev soon after, \v< renewed the difficulty, during which I fired twi pj i.its at him, ueithir of which struck hijn. Tin people then (and not Mr. S.) took the weapon from me. Mr. S. then assuring me that had find blank cartridges, and merely to scare me. the d Hiculiy was settled to onr mutual satisfac tion, and there is now no ill-w ill between ns. The following Sunday w e held a meeting and decided that the Chinamen might remain, siue< when they have not been disturbed my-I ft COMMODORE. WKMTtIKA UTAH 1.0 DWE AO. i, OF F. A.M> A. .tlA««\» » MEET AT TilEI If 11 A 1.1. IN SHASTA verv Salurduv evening. Kegn'nr meet •aSßOws.ngs first and third Saturday of each month. Bicllita nin good standing are invited loan. nd. A. E. CALLOWAY, W. M. Jamks J. Gi.kx\, Si c’y. maiT9 if n anoa k' ( §: i. f. nrsatbo \. r|T|IE MASON ;C FRATERNITY OF SIIAS JL ta and viciliilx will celebrate the approach ing annm rsarv of Sf. .him x />»/(/. the ti 1 1 1 1 o! June next, with an Oiation, Public I’roeession. and oilier ceremonies. All iiiendu rs i t the or drr in good standing, with their wives am! duughti is. are respectfully iu\ Med to a!t< nd. By order \\ estern Star Lodge. No. 2. A. E ( ALLOWAY, W. M. Jamks T. Gr.KNn. Sec’v. myl4td ATTHATIOA I>IOIOCIEATX I The Deiiua rats of Shasta County are request ed to hold primary meetings iu the various elec tion precincts oi the county, and elect delegates to a Gentry Convention, to be hidden in tin town of Shasta, on the -Itlt of June next, (or tin pllnpi.se ol i housing six dr legate* to attend tin I). moeratie State Convention, to be belli in tin < itv of Benicia on the 21st day ot said month. (.Inn .) The x are u< precitie’s are entitled to the number ol delegates as follows, being one let larh precinct, one lor each -’/(I Democratic votes <,ist therein at the Presidential election, and om for elicit precinct above fifty : Shasta Cilx 2(el. / t W hisky Crei k 00, 3; Krnieb (bileh 111, 1: Oak Bottom J 2.2; North Cottonwood 22, 2: Eagle Creek 45, 2; Gill I !or-elown 122, 4; One Dog Town 22. 2 ; Loxver Springs 37.2; lied Hluflk 23. 2 ; Cottonwood 2(>. 2; One Mule Town 32. 2; Middletown 72. 3; Free Bridge 37. 2; Gak Valley 48, 2; Cow Crick 17,2: Mouth (Near Ciei k 22.2: Mount W sdiington 2; Pitt River 4; Wa’.son’s Saw Mill 2. The Convention \x ill convene at the hour ol 1 o’clock P. M. of the dav above named. 'P. F. TERBI’SH, DAVID CGKSAPT, W M. J. POTTER, Deni. Central Com. Shasta Co. Shasta, May 14, 18 >3. my 14 4t • DIiKTINYB V. DR. j. S. Moh’SE, SI’KGEON DENTIST, would announce to the citizens ot Shasta, that he has just returned from a professional tour on Feather Kiver, and is now permanently loca ted in Shasta, for the purpose of performing ope lations on the Teeth. Dr. M having been in the practice of Dentis try for tile last ten years, tl I'ters himself that lie will he aide to render entire satisfaction lo those who may favor him with a call. Dr. M., appreciating tfae favors conferred on him by the liberal patronage ol the citizens id Shasta and vicinity, would take this method id returning his thanks, unit also to solicit a con tinuance of their favors. Dr. M. xvill visit French Gulch. Pitt River, Wcnverville and Via ka. making Shasta his place of residence, at his i (lire, in which place lie xxil! aJ wax* be found, unless professionally engaged. Reference —the citizens ot Shasta. Shasta. May 21. 18.3. my2ltf I. ATK ARKITAI.S !! At H'w. Mr Suit (/ -Vo. 1(1 and 207 J Street. EX SALEM. ALBUM. WINGED RACER. Red Rover, mid Jacob Bell, direct from New York, a large addition to my former stock, ootisistlHg of almost ext- ry thing which the wants of the community requ re, viz : Hardxvure and Cutlery of every descnption. Tin, Sheet Iron, Stoves of the most improved Copper. Groceries, Provisions, Cfockery. Glass ‘ff r*. Wines. Cigars. Boots and Shoes, pr of all kind*. Threshing Machines, ng Mills, Plows. Horse Rakes, Straw lets. . . . en Ware, Steam Engines. Ac. Ac. ich he offers in such quantities as may be d and at such prices that xvill not fad to . All good# sold will be of berf quali s w ,M- MeMLii raiiji jilo. Mav, 1853. my*-1 IN' THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE !Ui Judicial District, Shasta Co., Cal. Elizabeth A. Coojier, comnl'ut. vs. Archibald 11. H. Cooper, deft. Tbe people of the State of California to Archi bald H. H. Cooper, greeting: , \\ hercas Elizabeth A. Coojier has on this 17th day of March. 1833, filed iu the office of the Clerk ol the Court aforesaid, her complaint ageilist you, the object and genera! nature of which is to obtain an order and decree of said Court dissolving the bonds ot matrimony exist ing between you the said defendant, and com plainant alleging for cause, wrongful treatment, neglect, adultery. Sec. “ , 3 on are therefore required to appear and an swer said complaint, as follows, to wit: if serv ed in tbe Comity ot Shasta wiibin ten days from and after tbe day of service, if.served out of said County, but in said district twenty days, in all other cases 40 days, or tbe plaintiff will apply to 'he Court for tbe relief demanded. U imess, Tims, \V. Dawson, Clerk of 'die Court aforesaid, with private seal affixed, there being no official seal provided, at office iu Shasta, this ICth day of April, 1833. THOMAS W. DAWSON. On motion of plaint iff filing ofaffidavit.it is ordered by the Court that publication of this summons be made in the Simula Courier for the let in of three month*. my2l 3t THUS. \V. DAWSON, Clerk. vi:ka.vuaii. Second 1 1 reel. Adjoining the City Bank and Orleans Hotel. Sacramento. The undersigned deg leave to announce to the citizens of Sacramento, and the public in general, that after great outlay • I time and money, they have completed their additions to the House, which is built with 1 r.ek. and <lO loot front by (iO in depth, divided into Hilliard Saloon and Sleeping Rooms, which are all tarnished in the most comfortable and elegant manner, not surpassed in this respect by any House of the kind in the country, and rendering our establishment the most desirable stopping place to lie found in the city. Tbe whole house throughout is carpeted, wilh single sleeping rooms, closets. Verandah on second story, adding to tbe oilier comforts, and capable ot accommodating about 80 persons in the lodg ing department. 'fhe spacious saloon below will be found sup plied with Rosewood ami Mahogany billiard fables of superior workmanship, and ibe bar is constantly supplied wilh the most choice 11 Bins, Liquors, Cigars, etc. Which are served up by experienced barkeep ers, wlm are always in attendance. In addition to other accommodations, our house will be found open at all hours during the day and night, and p< rsons arriving by steamers or stages can always be accommodated. may2l 3m G. L. TUCKER & CO. CO.lt 11JSSIo> Bt K FOR ITI ASSACIIC SETTt. BENJAMIN SHIM! TI.EFF I< prepared to lake depositions, acknowledge ments. Arc., to be used in that State. Shasta. Mmv 14. IS .3. mavl4 tf NOTICK. ON THE TWENTY-EIGHTH OF OCTO her last, I executed two notes —one for twi thoiisanii dollars or more, and one for eighteen linndrtd dollars—[myable <m the Ist day o Man !i. 1833. in favor of Nicholas Tarter. Tin c insider.it ion (or w hich these notes w ere given Inn tailed. Therefore 1 forewarn all person item ir.nling lor either or both of said notes, us do not intend to pay them. NEWELL HALL. Tt hama. May 7, 1833. my 14 It MI£I'KTT.£FF’B IHCI b STOKE. Main Street, Shasta. CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM Boston and New York, a large assortment iA of Drugs, Faints, Oils. Arc., which at wholesale will lie found cheaper than has ever before been offered in this market. A lid' supply of patent medicines, among which are the following ; Osgood’s India Clmlagogne, Sands’ Sarsnpa iil!a. Old Jacob and S. b. Townsend’s Sarsapa rilla. Ferry Davis’ Fain Killer. Wistar’s Balsam of \\ ild Cherry, Avres’ Cherry Federal, Jaynes’ Expectorant. Hail Tonic and Alterative. Thomp son’s Eye Water, Turlington’s Balsam and God irev’s Cordial. I.hiiinen's. —Hayes’ Mexican Mustang. Hunt’s Nerve and Bone, Steersand Liquid Opodeldoc. I’i'/s. —l.ee’s. Moffat’s, Wright’s. Brandreth’s, Gralenbi rg‘s, Jay tie’s Sanative and Ague Fills. tnvlltf" ' BEN.L SHUUTLEFF. AO.tII.XIBTR ATOR’S NOTICK. VLL FERSONS HAVING CLAIMS against the estate of James Emett, deceased, are required to exhibit them, with the necessary viini hers, w ithin ten months afti r the dale here of. to the undersigned. Administrator, at the residence of the late James Emett, on Cotton wood, in this Comity; and all persons indented to the estate of the deceased are required to make immediate pavmeiU to the undersigned. JOHN D. JONES, Administrator. Shasta Co.. May 14. 1833. myll 3t OIL. —Of the best quality, in tins or kegs, for sale by marfbiif PLUMMER & MITCHELL. DUX. BAI.UWIN &■ KiY.nO.ND. Have this day formed a co-part iier-hip as Physicians and Surgeons. Office t! doors below the Post Office, where •hev will pay particular attention to Surgery in all its branches. A. S. BALDWIN, J. A. RAYMOND. Shasta, May 5, 1833. my 7 tf M. A. B4VIIOND, Physician ami Sturgeon. WOULD INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND* the public, that be is about to engage in •be bnsinevs of bis profession in Shasta, and from in experience of ten years public and private practice in the Atlantic States, a large share ol which time he was Surgeon to a Public Hospi 'al, where he was constantly engaged in surgi cal practice, he hopes by strict attention to bis business, to merit a share ol' public patron age. Uffi.-e with Dr. A. S. Baldwin, a few doors be low the Post Office. Shasta, May 5, 18-33. my 7 tf H. U. HIBBARD. Storage and Commission Merchant. A T THE UPPER END OF MAIN STREET, Tjl 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 lialhs at all hours of the day or night, hot or odd. Also, miners’ tent* always on hand, cheap. There is also attached an asylum Ibr the sick. Shasta City, April 9, 1833. apOtf WIIiIiUJI P. D.HNGERFIKLD, attorney at la w, Shasta City, California. Office in tb« rear ef rh< o’. Charles H M. April ■?. I 8 >!. ap2 C. L. HAKUINOTOX, San Francisco. J. G. POLL, Sliastn. HARBl>fi'rO.\ & DOLL. Mai* street, Shasta, Opposite the El Dorado Hotel. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS in Grocerit s. Provisions. Cigars. Liquors, anti a general assortment ol goods, suitable to the tratio. Monthly shipments of Groceries received from New York. Wc are persuaded that with onr facilities for making purchases below, we can supply pack ers, miners and house keepers with every arti cle of the trade, upon terms as moderate as any establishment in Northern California. Highest price paid for Gold Dust. Shasta City. April 9. 1833. apOtf CIGAR*! CIGAR*!! fT /Ajkfk HAVANA REGALIAS ON f hand, and h.r side cheap. We are constantly receiving fresh shipments of the article. HARRINGTON A DOLT., apfltf Main street, TOUR A JONES. Opposi'e St. Charles Hotel, Shasta. AND RETAIL DEALERS Groceries, Li piors, Provisions, ( Flour, Bin Icy, Miners Implements, sc. A large supply constantly on hand, lor sale us cheap as the cheapest. muiT2 »OWNER A CO. Main Street, Shasta City. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS in Provisions, Groceries, Clothing, &c. A large variety of Hardware, Carpenters Blacksmith, Miners and Fanning Tools, Cross Cut and Pitt Saws, Nails, Grind Slones, Crock ery, Cotton and Linen Duck, Cotton Sheetings, Calico and variety goods. Also, a lull assort* meat of fresh garden seeds from Long Island. Seed Corn and Peas, Clover Seed. Ac. &c. marl 2 tf CHAPMAN &. CO. Dealers in Provisions and Groceries. (IHAPMAN& CO. INFORM THE PUBLIC J that they always keep on hand, in their store, nearly opposite the St. Charles Hotel, a general supply til provisions, such as Floor, Corn Meal, Pork, Beef, Hams, Lard, Butter, &c. and till other kinds of Miners* supplies. Barley always on hand, at the lowest market prices. Also a full assortment of mining tools. One of the firm always remaining in San Francisco, we are enabled to take advantage of die market at all times, and lints supply our cus tomers at the cheapest prices. niaiTS if NOT BT It NT OCT OK GONE lIO.IIE, Talbot a seaton are still to be found at their old stand near the burnt dis trict, and having completed their arrangements so as to be receiving goods constantly, are now enabled to other to their old friends a large and complete assortment of Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Ac. wholesale and retail, at the lowest market prices. Remember the place, one door east of the Shasta Hotel. marlOlt JCST RECEIVER. IVhisly! Brandy! Wine! QA KEGS WHISKY, HIGH PROOF, 30 kegs Brandy, do do 20 kegs Port \\ ine, 5 cases Bolters’ Bitters, For sale by PLUMMER A MITCHELL, mar2(i tf Opposite Post Office. PAINTING, PIPER HANGING, Ac. rpilE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE the business of Painting, Glaring and Pa per Hanging, in the cilv of Shasta and surround ing country, on bis own individual account.. marlO tf .1. VAN SCHAICK. HEEE.MANN Sc CO., Having lately erected a fine Fire-proof Stone Building in Yreka City, take this method of informing the merchants of 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, without running any risk whatever from tire. Yreka, March 22, 1833. m2fi 3m TO THE PCREIC. MY WIFE, LUCINDA DANFORD. HAV ing left my bed and board on the 2Slh of April, without any just cause, 1 hereby notify all persons not to trust her on mv account, us 1 am determined to pay no debts con’racted by her after this date. FREEMAN DANFORD. Shasta, May 7, 1833. my" 3t* FOR NAI,E OR RENT, ON THE MOST REASONABLE terms, the Cottage House, situated on the north-east side of Shasta City. The house is new, and'is beautifully situated, conve nient to good wafer. For furl her particulars ap ply to L. H. Barber or E. W. Meecli, at the Bil liard Saloon. Shasta Citv, May 3d, 1833. tuv7 tf LL’I DENTISTRY. JA. PRICE WISHES TO INFORM HIS • friends and the public, that be is prepared to perform all operations in Surgical and Me chanical Dentistry, at his old stand. Office op posite the Woodcock Restaurant. Shasta, March, 1833. mar26tf DRIVING THE SACRAMENTO. THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS ALL persons that may lie cutting logs or other wise interested in timber on the Sacramento and Pitt Rivers, that he will commence to drive the above named rivers on the 2.3 th ilist. All persons interested, and do not want their logs moved, will please-notify me of the whereabouts and the marks of said logs, I will be at the St. Charles’ Hotel on Saturday and Sunday, the 14ib and I.sth inst. An hour boom will lie at or near the Iron Canon. I HOMAS HICKS. my" TO THE PCREIC. II HAVE THIS DAY APPOINTED WM. P. Dumgerfiehl. Esq., my agent and attorney, to attend to all business for me in mv absence. JOHN E. WILKINSON. Shasta, April 29. 1833. np3o'f notice. I DAVID CORSADT, SHERIFF WITHIN and for the County of Shasta, State of Cali fornia, do hereby notify my friends and the pub lic «t large, that having sold my house where I kept my office, 1 have this day removed my of fice into the house of Mr. Gavand i« this town, opposite James Long’s Horse Market, where 1 will hold myself in readiness to attend In any business tha’t belongs to my official capacity at <nv time. DAVID CORBACT. Shasta, April 29, IS *3- 4 (>ni.M; IGAI.V ! P< .*l. Cilrr & I' TTaving recovered from the low* l>y die late conflagration, are happy i<» announce to the citizens of WenrervilU and vicinity, that they are a»ain on hand with a li'i .nli and more extensive stock of goods than ev< — lo die inspection of w iiich they earnestly solicit the attention of the mining and trading public. In the stock on hand limy be found a lull and varied assortment of FINE CLOTHING AND MIXERS' GOODS, Boole and Shoes ; Hats of all kinds, BLANKETS . Blenched and Brown Sheetings; Oil Cloths ; Duck and Drilling ; Domest.es of ail kinds, and LADIES' GOODS. Also, Table Cutlery, Crockery atid Glassware, etc. etc. Also, Sperm Oil. All of which will lie sold upon the most rea sonable terms, and at the lowest prices, in quan tities to suit purchasers. • P. M. EDER &. CO. Weaverville. Trinity County, 18>3. apSOtf SIIIEI) A- BINIIOP. Cavortaburgh, Red Bluffs. Beg leave to announce to the public that they have in store and are con stantly receiving bum below, a large and choice assortment ot goods, selected expressly for this trade, which will be sold at the lowest prices. Provisions. Together with a large stock of Liquors, To bacco and Cigars of all brands, and a variety of other articles too tedious to mention. in art’s 3m SHED & BISHOP. IDtlt'iiGß iV .UcLAICiIUAI. Dus..l. BRICKER & E. B. MeLAUGHLIN respectfully inform the citizens of Shasta and vicinity, that they have this day formed a co-partnership os Physicians and Sur geons, and will give prompt attention to all med ical and surgical business entrusted to their rare. Office at the City Drug Store, where they may be found when not absent on Professional calls. ajilC if RA.\€III.\G: ka\chi\g:: THE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD INFORM their friends and the public generally, that dievare now prepared to heard stock at the old “ Daiugerflclii Ranch,” miles below Clear Creek. Stock entrusted to their care will have an excellent range, and be attended to personal ly by one of the undersigned, assisted by a care ful herdsman. Refer to James Loag, Shasta, ai>•’ >f E. PARSONS & C. KYLE. HOUSE tlAßKlii V\U IiIVGKA NT ABLE. THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS leave to announce to his old cits- *p-j> 7I o, omers and the public generally >' that his arrangements are now completed to have alwavs on hand. Horses and Mules for hire or sale.'and trusts that by strict attention to busi ness to merit a continuance of the liberal patron age hitherto bestowed on him. Horses and Mules bought and sold on com mission. Auction sales of stock daily. Those wishing to sell or purchase stock will find it to their advantage to call at the Stock Market. JAMES LOAG, Shasta, March 12, 18>3. Auctioneer. EATON MOTEL, WEAVERVILLE. SCHNABEL & CO. TAKE PLEA .iII sure in announcing that the “ Union mill Ik Hotel” is again open for the accommoda tion of the public. VVe ,d<Niot hesitate to promise every comfort and convenience to be obtained at the best ho tels in this portion of the Slate. Our table and bar will always be supplied with the best articles to be procured in the mar ket, \Ve can also furnish comfortable private rooms for families. Weaverville, May 7, 18>3. my/tf SINKIVO C H O E S E Vi 111 :*.) I I YREKACITT. 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 the house is a commodious STABLE and secure CORRAL, always supplied with abun dance of food for animals. English, German, French and Spanish spoken. PIERRE LeGUEVEL & CO. Yreka, April 16, 1803. ap!6 tf MORE HEAD'S FERRY. The proprietors of this ferry have no hesitation in recommending it lo the traveling public as the best on Pitt River. It is directly in track of the miner going to or returning from the Pitt River mines, and trav elers will find no difficulty in getting ferried over at any hour of the night or day. Pitt River, ap23 if. NiIANTA STEAM SAW MILL. Carter A- Co. ARE NOW PREPARED TO SELL AND and deliver lumber either in Shasta at their yard, oral the mill, one mile and a quarter from town, on a good and easy road. '1 hey have a large stock of seasoned lumber ol various di mensions on hand, and all orders will be fillid punctually and with dispatch, upon as reasona ble terms as can be had—the prices having been reduced. Those wishing to purchase are re quested to call, see, and examine the quality and the accuracy with which it is sawed, before purchasing elsewhere. ap!6 if K. C. BAKER. E- BARTER. BAKER & CARTER, Attorney* and Counsellor* at Law. OFFICE in D. Corsaul's buildings. # ap23 if E. C. GILLETTE, Civil Engineer. 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 ol structures. Office in County Clerk’s Office. marlOtf J. C. HINCKLEY, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Shi sta, California. FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED WISH TO Ujiij *<-’ll The loner established tavern stand JE'.'IL known as the “ Fnq*re Hotel,'"situated in the most business part of Shasta. Being anxious to enter into another business, they wifi dispose ol this property on the most reasonable terms. Persons desirous ol engaging in hotel keeping, will <Jo well to cull ami examine the premises for themselves. OI.ENDORF 5; HAND. Shasta, April 2. 1813 np2tf FINE foist ranch. Scolt’s Valley —ld Miles from Vreka. THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE to inform the public that they have set- *l°d themselves permanently at this (•hue lor the purpose of accommodating persons who may favor them with a call, and pledge themselves that every comfort and luxury tno country affords, shall be found at their house. They also will keep on hand and for sale, all kinds of stock, such us milch cows, fat cattle, horses, mules, Arc. Highest price paid for all kinds of stork in poor order. H EAKD & C<j). Scotts’ Valley, March .10,1813. ap2 if am ill FOR SAI.E. 1 THE STORE IN SHASTA, FOR ME R ly occupied by Braslow, Harris \ Co. - Apply to L. C. WOODMAN. Shasta, March 17, 1813. niarlhif NOTICE TO SQUATTER*. THE GRANT TO THE UNDERSIGNED, of six square leagues ol land, commencing at the mouth of Antelope Creek, outlie east side of the Sacramento, running up said river threo 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 Jaw. J. F. DYE. Antelope Ranch, March 10, 1813. marl!) 1m EMPIRE HOUSE, SHASTA. THE PATRONS OF THE EMPIRE iujjtj will ever find ns ready to attend them -tttJi.lt with alacrity. The table and bar will be furnished with the best the market affords. 1 he correl will always hi' plentifully supplied with hay and grain, good running water and commodious barn stables, saddle house. Ac. U e rt turn our thanks for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon us, and solicit a con tinuance. OLENDORF & RAND. March 19th, 1813. niarlf ii*!' ST. CHARI.ES ISOTEI., Sliattn City. THE PROPRIETORS WOULD RE spectfully announce to their friends and the public, that they have refitted the St. Chaiu.cs in a manner deserving their pa tronage. anil 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 in procuring, Ilirough Agents below, the best Liquors, Cigars, Ac. for the Bar. .11 oa I s nr all hour*. Shasta. March. 1812. mar!2tf El. IXMUDO HOTEL. aT H E SUBSC R I B E R S HAVING thoroughly renovated the above estab lishment, me now prepared to accom tiate their friend* and all those who may favor them with a call. The rooms are supplied with pood clean beds. The Bar will be furnished with the choicest liquors, wines and cigars, and the table with all the luxuries the market affords. No pains shall be spared to make this one of the most desirable hotels in any mining town in California. Hall & Crandall’s line of stages running from Sacramento City to Shasta stop at this Hotel. There is also a good corral attached to this establishment. A share of public patronage is respect fully re quested. DUNN & FURNEV. niarltf tf iiiij HI I=3 TOWER HOUSE. At the junction of the Yrcka and I Vearerville Roads, 12 mites from Shasta. THE UNDERSIGNED, would announce to the pub lic. mid particularly to per sons travelling to and from Vreka 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 and 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 he supplied with the best viands the mar ket furnishes ; while fr6m the large garden at tached to the premises, (ill the vegetables grown in ibis part of the Slate will be furnished in the greatest abundance He Ifas also a secure Corral connected with his establishment, always supplied with an abun dance of barley and hay. mar26tf LEVI H. TOWER. FREE TRADE MEAT .TIARRET. Corner of Main Street and Daivaetfield Court. PUBLIC ATTENTION IS called to the old and well established Jk FREE TRADE MEAT MARKET, situated on Main street, corner of Daingerfield 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 us a visit, and see for themselves ihe elegance of onr arrangements. Hotel anil Restaurant keepers and private families, can at all times be supplied with the following articles of the best quality, viz; Beel, Mullen., Venison. Lamb, Corned Beef, Veal, Pickled Pork, Sausages, Teipk.—This department is tinder the special superintendence of Mr. Melville, who will Touch for die entire cleanliness of the article. Also, always on hand a fine assortment of Liver, wiih or without bone. $lO,OOO in gold dust wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid. marlQtf RUDER & MELVILLE. R. T. SPKAGIE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Shasta City, Shasta Co., Cal. Office at his residence, Main street, south-inst part nf * he i itv. mar2fi'f DOtl'tK A. S. BALDWIN, RHYS 1C lAS 4- SURGEON. Office nearly opposite the Shasta Book Store, and a few doors below the Post Office. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Benjamin shurtleff, wholesale ami Retail dealer in Drugs and Medicines AL$O, Paints, Stationery, etc. marld.