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MIN KBS’ MEETING.
Wkavketille, June 7, 1853. The miner* of this district met to-day en waste in front of the Independence, for the purpose of finally settling the claims to the water of West Weaver, and which heretofore Ims h'-en conducted to these diggings by two races, STown as Dr. Ware’s and KiSd.eKs b-U : ( now claimed hy the miners on Best On motion. Col. Wm. B. May was appointed President, and Win. Feast Secretary. Col. O. H. Allen rose and slated, in a concise ..d short address, the object of the meeting, giving the history of the above nice* the cause 5 their origin, ic. f concluding with an expose of llitf law mi subject* After some desultory remarks from some few of the claimant* and others, the follow ing pre amble and resolutions were adopted by a seven 'Hlhereas mot* malicious persons residing on , v t Weaver, have without cause or provoca ti ‘ committed a wanton destruction of proper tv in the burning of Dr. Ware’s reservoir on West Weaver, ami cut and otherwise injured the race knowh as Dr. Ware's Race, whic h in pari supplies water for the diggings on McKen rie's Gulch and its tributaries, to ibe serious in jury of not only Or. Ware, but also, the miners working on said gulches And whereas, the several Race Companies of East and West Weaver Creeks have incurred considerable expense in constructing reservoirs and conducting water from said creeks to Wea ver. for our mutual benefit, without having in terfered with the rights of any miner or miners working on said creeks at the time; and Whereas, it becomes ns as Americans and a« good citizens, to protect one another in our rights and privileges : therefore he it Resolved, That we, the minor* of Weaver, as sembled vm masse, do hereby repudiate and frown ii|H>u any and every such spirit of agra rianism, as has so lately manifested itself in the burning of the Reservoir and cutting of Dr. U are’s Race, and will protect all persons in their respective rights and privileges, as guaran tied to them by the Constitution of this State, as well as that of llie United Slates. Resolved, That the aforesaid Race Companies be entitled, according to their priority of right, to so much of the water of said creeks as their respective races willeonvey. Provided always, tli it a sufficient quantity be allowed to run in lb>- natural li.ds of said creeks, for the benefit of miners at present working, or who may here after work said beds; and that four Tout-heads shall he deemed sufficient for that purpose. Resolved, That any individual or company of individuals, who have dug or may hereafter dig a race or races (not otherwise mentioned in this, our act,) for the conveyance of water not in use at the lime, from any gulch or creek in this dis trict. shall be protected in the tight to said water, so long as he or they shall keep said race or races in proper repair. Provided, that such water lie used for mining purposes. Resolved. That we will assist Dr. Ware in the tepair of his rate; and do hereby constitute a committee of the whole, and pledge ourselves to sire that the provisions of this meeting be complied with. On motion it was resolved, tint the President appoint at his leisure, six persons, to act as di re* tors of said committee. On motion, he proceedings were ordered to be published in the Sktitla Courier, when the meeting adjourned nine die. By order, W. B. MAY, President. AVm. Feast, See’y. jell It PKOttPRCTI'M OF TSIK tIOIMAi> lIEKAIjD. \ WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, TO BE ITB- Indted at Vreka, Siskiyou Co., Cal.—The undersigned will commence the publication ol a weekly newspaper of the above title, on Salin day, the I Hit day of.lnne, inst. ’ The paper will be independent on all politi cal and religions subjects, and devoted to the iuien sts of Northern California and Southern Oregon. From our long experience in the busi ness, we hope to issue a sheet worthy the pa tronage of the public. Teums.—One year $ 10; six month* $5. Al>v kutiskmk v rs.— For one square of ten lim sor less $4; for each subsequent insertion A liberal discount made to monthly and yearly advertisers. C. N. THORN BURY, jell It \V. I). SLADE. tIAMIMC CEIiKBRATiOA, rjAHE MASONIC FKATERN IT I OF SHAS JL ta and vicinity will celebrate the approach ing anniversary of St. John's Uiiif. the 24th of June next, with an Oiation. Public Procession, ami other ceremonies. All members of the or der in good standing, with their wives and daughters, as well as the ladies and gentlemen of the surrounding country generally, are re spectfully invited to attend. By order Western Star Lodge, No. 0. A. E_ CALLOWAY, W. M. James T. Gt.vss. Sec’v. my I ltd HO! FOB SAI/I' Rl Vi: IS ! I ISAAC ROOP. POST MASTER IN AND } 1 T the city of Shasta, h iving been in office r _ ~i- rn lons mott'ks. having fattened at the p ib lu: crib, and being a liberal man. am willing, and indeed anxious, to share the spoils of a goon fi' office, therefore 1 shall resign my office on tin* 3ttth inst., anil recommend to the Deiuocmls of this Conntv the name of I). D. Hairill as i’osi M aster, he being well qualified to (ill the post, and one in whom the W bigx as well as the Dem ocrats have every confidence. ! would here state to all of my friends who are in arrears for box rent and postage, to call and settle, as I will be gone four years, it being my intention to leave for Salt River on llie firs’ day of July next, on the splendid and well known steamer “ Bigler No. 2." For passage and freight apply on board, or to the undersign ed. ISAAC ROOP. jell It Defunct P. M., Shasta. CKOCKERY iV GLASSWARE. An invoice ofcrockerv and glass. ware, assorted to suit the market, direct from New York, for sale by jellif HARRINGTON & POLL. I.OMT. ON FRIDAY. THE THIRD INST.. SOME where between Colusa and Red Bluffs, a pair of Red Blankets, a pai*- of new Double* Soulded Mining Boots, and a small Leather Pocket Book, containing papers of value to the subscriber, but of no worth to any one else. The finder will much oblige the undersigned by leaving the same at the Courier office. jell It* F. TELLEUS. A’- J. JOXsOS, ClliS. \V. BOX D. DRV GOODS ! ! JOXSON, BOND & CO., HAVE JUST RE eeis'eil u well selected slock of Dry Goods, which they are offering at market rates, at 64 Battery street, San Francisco. jel ‘ - i; LOST : ON OR ABOUT THE MIDDLE OF MAY. between the Canon Home and American Rauch, a note made payable to A. M. Dibble, dated Feb. 1, 18-53. lor the sum of? 1250. at two per cent, per mouth, payable llie Ist of Ssept... 18.*3. Transferred to J. A. Brownell on the hack, for value received, first ol May. 1851, by A. M. Dibble, and signed Olendorf A Rand, jel lif JAK. A. BLOW NELL. TOR’S NOTICK. ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS against the estate of Charles Beckliart, deceased, arc required to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within teu niouiha after date of this notice, to the undersigned, Administrator, at the late residence of Charles Beckhart, lower ferry, Trinity River, or they will be forever barred. JOHN ELLIOTT, Jr., Administrator. Trinity Co., Cal., June 4, 1853. jell 4t UPPER MOUNTAIN BOUSE. THIS HOUSE, LONG KNOWN TO travellers and packers as one of the best houses on this route, is situated about half-way between Weaverville and Shas ta. An excellent table is always provided, and the Bar has constantly on hand a supply of the best Liquors and Cigars. Good accoimnodatious fur mules and horses can always be had. and a constant supply of Hay and Barley is always kept on hand. j. McLaughlin, jelltf Proprietor. 531 CHEAP IiUOUN. At Cavert sburgh, (Red Bluffs.) Having made large purchases at the depressed markets at the Bay, we offer for sale 10.01)0 lbs. new Potatoes, 5000 lbs. Sweet 100 firkins Butter, 3000 lbs. Chinese No. 1 Sugar, 5000 lbs. Rio Coffee, 1000 lbs. China No. 1 Rice, 8000 lbs. new croft Beans, 150 10 gal. kegs Liquors, 150 5 30.0(>0 lbs. Flour, 10,000 Extra Clear Bacon, 20 bids. ” Pork, 30 casks Hams. etc. etc. All of which we will sell at the lowest prices to Traders and Packers. Come down and give ns a call. mv2B 4t SHED & BISHOP. Late Cavert & Co. CIGARS! CIGARS!! HAVANA REGALIAS ON hand, and lor sale cheap. We 25,000 are constantly receiving fresh shipments of the article. HARRINGTON & DOLL, je4tf Main street. NIIAHTA BOOK STORE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, &c. Tuck’s Memorandum and Pass Books, White. Blue and Gilt Edge Letter Paper, Buff. White and Fancy Envelopes, Gold and Steel Pens, Wafers and Mottoes, Maynard’s and Noyes’ Black Writing Ink; assorted sizes, By j»4tf A. ROMAN DIMSOI.UTION OF PARTNERSHIP. THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex isting between the undersigned, under the style and firm of Folia ns bee & Cranston, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. ROBERT CRANSTON. J. S. FOLLANSBEE. May 26, 1853. my2B 3t» POUND. IN THE VICINITY OF DAINGERFIELD’S Ranch, a black covered memorandum book, containing various notes and papers, which the owner can have by applying at this office. my2B 6t CORRAL FOR SALE. V LARGE AND COMMODIOUS CORRAL, fronting on Main street, contiguous to water. Will be sold reasonable on application to J. T. FOLLANSBEE, J.*4 3t* Empire Hotel. Shasta. LATE WORKS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND interesting Novels, Histories. Poetical, Scientific and .Miscellaneous Works, just receiv ed and for sale at the Shasta Book Store, by jeltf A. ROMAN. UACKEU’H HU PE It IO It CANDIES. Wholesale and Retail. 4 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE ABOVE article always on hand, at the Shasta Book Store. For sale by je4tf A ROMAN. IX A BAN A CIGARS. JUST RECEIVED. A LARGE AND SPLEN did assortment of superior Cigars. Offered for sale at the Shasta Book Store, by jeltf A ROMAN. - FOR SALE. THE SHASTA STEAM SAW MILL. Located about One Mile from the Town, on a Good Road. The proprietors offer the above for sale to close the concern, one of the partners having If ft Shasta. It embraces a first rate engine of 20 horse power, ti inch cylinder and four feet stroke, put un last spring, and is m perfect running order anil complete, with a tubular boiler 42 inches in diameter and 8 feet long. It will make more steam than is required, and will ,un 12 hours with 3 4 of a cord of wood, although it is ruu al together with the bark taken from the logs saw ed. One of Page’s Circular Saw Mills, every way complete, with three circular saws belong ing to it, of 40. 42 and 5 inches in diameter. A null house, two dwellings, barn and stable ; two large yoke of cattle with stocks for shoeing same ; wagon trucks and chains for hauling logs. &c.: a good well of water, which supplied the boiler and run the mill all 'ast summer during the dry season. Also, a good supply of Pine Timber on the lainls attached to same, and easy of access. The Saw Mill and Steam Power would be sold separately if required, as the latter can be applied to a Grist Mill or any other purpose. For further particulars apply Xo W. T. Carter, on the premises. P. S. Seasoned Lumber of the best qualify always for sale, either at the mill or our yard iu Shasta. Shasta. June 4, 1853. je4tf HALF-WAY HOUSE. Sixteen Miles from Shasta, on the Main Wagon Road to Till River Diggings by both Wright's and Mocdy's Ferries. THE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD IN form their friends and the public that r>M]!!ik. they have located a house as above, for the accommodation of miners anil travellers bound to Pitt River, McCloud’s River, Shasta Butte and Lawson’s Peak new diggings. Their table will be as well supplied as any on the road, and the best of Liquors, Cigars, Oysters, Sardiucs. &c. t constantly on hand. Connected with the house, there is as exten sive and good a range for animals as any iu Cali fornia. and every attention is paid them. New Hay for sale iu quantities to suit. je4 ft DEW EES & CO. J. C. HINCKLEY, Attorney mid C’onnscllor at Law, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Shasta. California. C. L. HARRINGTON, Sau Fraucisco. J. G. DOLL, Shasta. HARRINGTON Sc DOLL. Main »treel, Shasta, Opposite Ike El Dorado Hotel. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS in Groceries, Provisions, Cigars, Liquors, and a general assortment of goods, suitable to the trade. Monthly shipments of Groceries received from New York. We are persuaded that with our facilities for making purchases below, we can supply pitch ers, miners and house keepers with every arti cle of the trade, njam terms as moderate as any establishment in Northern California. Highest price paid for Gold Dust. Shasta City, April i), 1853. ap9tf TODD Sc JONES. Opposite St. Charles Hotel, Shasta. AND RETAIL DEALERS Groceries, Liquors, Provisions, Flour, Barley, Miners Implements, Sf-c. A large supply constantly on hand, for sale as cheap as the cheapest. marl 2 DOWNED Sc CO. Main Street, Shasta City. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS in Provisions, Groceries, Clothing, Ac. A large variety of Hardware, Carpenters, Blacksmith, Miners and Farming Tools. Cross Cut and Pitt Saws, Nails, Grind Stones, Crock ery, Cotton and Linen Duck, Cotton Sheetings, Calico and variety goods. Also, a full assort ment of fresh garden seeds from Long Island. Seed Corn and Peas, Clover Seed, Ac. Ac. marl 2 tf CU Al* ill AN Si CO. Dealers in Provisions and Groceries. CHAPMAN A CO. INFORM THE PUBLIC that they always keep on hand, in their store, nearly opposite the St. Charles Hotel, a general supply of provisions, such as Flour, Corn Meal, Pork, Beef, Hams, Lard, Butter, Ac. and all 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 the market at all times, and thus supply our cu turners at the cheapest prices. marl 2 tf JUST RECEIVED. Whisky! Brandy! Wine! KEGS WHISKY, HIGH PROOF, 30 kegs Brandy, do do 20 kegs Port Wine, 5 cases Bokers’ Bitters, For sale by PLUMM ERA MITCHELL, nmr2fi tf Opposite Post Office. 30 —Of the best quality, in tins or kegs, for sale by mar26vf PLUMMER A MITCHELL. PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, Ac. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE the business of Painting, Glazing and Pa per Hanging, in the city of Shasta and surround ing country, on his own individual account. marl 9 tf J. VAN SCHAICK. SHIRT LEFT’S DRI'G STORE. Main Street, Shasta. CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM Boston and New York, a large assortment of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Ac., which at wholesale will be found cheaper than has ever before been ottered in this market. A full supply of [latent medicines, among which are the following: Osgood’s India Cholagogue, Sands’ Sarsapa tilia, Old Jacob and S. P. Townsend’s Sarsapa rilla, Perry Davis’ Pain Killer, Wistar’s Balsam of Wild Cherry, Ayres’Cherry Pectoral, Jaynes’ Expectorant, Hair Tonic and Alterative, Thomp son’s Eye Water, Turlington’s Balsam and God frey’s Cordial. Liniments. —Hayes’ Mexican Mustang, Hunt’s Nerve and Bone, Steersaud Liquid Opodeldoc. Pills. —Lee’s, Moffat’s, VVright’s, Braudrelh’s, Grafenberg’s, Jayne’s Sanative and Ague Pills. my!4tf BENJ. SHURTLEFF. CRAIN, ROGERS Sc CO-'S Pittsburgh nud Jefferson Express. Connecting at Shasta tcilh Adams if Co. LEAVES THE OF- - fice of Adams A Co . Shasta, on Monday, Wednesday and f nUuy mornings. Returning, leaves our office ou Tues day, Thursday and "Saturday. Treasure, valuable packages, letters, Ac., for warded by our regular messengers, and through Adams A Co. to any part of the Atlantic States and California. Adams A Co’s Drafts for sale. Gold Dust bought. Having a fire-proof safe in our office at Pitts burgh, we are prepared to receive Treasure on deposit. Collections made, and all business entrusted to our care attended to promptly and with dis patch. mv2Btf CRAM, ROGERS A CO. DENTIBTRV. Dr. j. s. morse, surgeon dentist. would the citizens of Shasta, that be has just returned from a professional four ou Feather River, and is now permanently loca ted in Shasta, for the purpose of performing opc ratious on the Teeth. Dr. M having been in the practice of Dentis try for the last ten years, flatters himself that he will be able to render entire satisfaction to those who may favor him with a call. Dr. M., appreciating the favors conferred on him by the liberal patronage of the citizens of Shasta and vicinity, would take this method of returning his thanks, and also to solicit a con tinuance of their favors. Dr. M. will visit French Gulch, Pitt River, Weaverville and Yreka, making Shasta his place of residence, at his office, in which place he will always be found, unless professionally engaged. Reference—the citizens of Sliasta. Offic e in the Post Office Buildings. Shasta. May 21, 1853. my2ltf E. C. GILLETTE, Civil Engineer. County Surveyor of Shasta County. Surveys and records the field Notes of laud claims. Canals and flumes laid out and graded. Plans, estimates and s|>e cifications drawn up lor bridges, aqueducts, dams and all kinds ot structures. Office in Comity Clerk’s Office. marlibf DtfCT«>H A. s. BAs.D W IN, PHYSIC lAS 4- SURGEON. Office nearly opposite the Shasta Book Store, and a lew doors below the 1 ost Office. _ - •• • * »R». Bn;DWTT & KAVfIOIXD. Have this day formed a co-part ner>hi[) as Physician* ami Surgeons. Office 3 doors below the Post Office, where they will pay particular attention to Surgery in all its branches. A. S. BALDWIN, J. A. RAYMOND. Shasta, May 5, 1853. uiy7 tf jr. a. RirnoAD, Physician and Surgeon. WOULD INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND the public, that he is about to engage in the business of his profession iti Shasta,ami from an experience of ten years public and private practice in the Atlantic States, a large share of 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 of public palron- Office with Dr. A. S. Baldwin, a few doors be low the Post Office. Shasta, May 5, 1853. my 7 tf BBICKEK Ac llcl,Al'(;iil,l.\. urrff Das. J. BRICK Ell & E. B. McLAUGHLIN I3f respectfully inform the citizens of Shasta and vicinity, that they have this day formed a co-partnership as Physicians and Sur geons, and will give prompt attention to all med ical and surgical business enti listed to thei care. Office at the City Drug Store, where they may be found when not absent on Professional calls. apl6 tf B 1 SHED & BISHOP. C'nrcrlHburgli, Red Bluffs. EG 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 be sold at the lowest prices. Provisions. other articles too tedious to mention. mart>6 3m SHED & BISHOP. HOUSE MARKET AND LIVEKV STABLE. THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS leave to announce to his old ens- turners and the public generally. t OS that bis arrangements are now completed to have always 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 lo call at the Stock Market. JAMES LOAG, Shasta, March 12, 1853. Auctioneer. HELI.MANN & CO., Having lately erected a fine Fire-proof Slone 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 fire. Yreka, March 02, 1853. mOfi 3m FOR MALE OK KENT, fsagr ON THE MOST REASONABLE J35 iH 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 water. For further particulars ap ply to L. H. Barber or E. W. Meech, at the Bil liard Saloon. Shasta Citv. Mav3d, 1853. mv7 tf NOTICE. I DAVID CORSAUT, SHERIFF WITHIN and for the County of Shasta, State of Cali fornia, do hereby notify my friends and the pub lic at large, that having sold my bouse where 1 kept my office, I have this day removed my of fice into the bouse of Mr. Gavaud in this town, opposite James Loag’s Horse Market, where 1 will hold myself in readiness to attend to any business that belongs to my official capacity at anytime. DAVID CORSAUT. Shasta. April 29, 1853. an3o‘f H. W. HUBBARD. 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 the day or night, hot orcild. Also, miners’tents always on hand, cheap. There is also attached an asylum for the sick. Shasta City, April 9,1853. ap9tf R. T. BPRAOUE, ATTORNEY AT LAW , Shasta City , Shasta Co., Cal. Office in the Post Office Buildings. mar 26 tf STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SHASTA ss.—l, MARY ANN Stackpole, wife of Charles Stackpole, of the County and State aforesaid, hereby publish and declare that I intend to carry on and con duct the business of establishing ami keeping a public eating house in my own name and in my own account. Witness my hand and seal this third day nt May, A. D. 1853. MARY A. STACKPOLE, [L. S.] State of California, Con ity of Shasta, se. On this 27th day of May, 1853. comes the above named Mary A. Stackpole. v bo signed the fore going instrument of writing, and declares to me that the execution and making of the above named declaration is her act and deed lor the purposes therein specified. Witness my hand and private seal, there be ing no official seal yet provided at ibis office, this 271 b day of May, 1853. JHG- VV. DAWSON, rL g , my2B 3l* Recorder of Shasta co. FREE TRADE MEAT MARKET. truer of Main Street and Daingcrfeld Court. PUBLIC ATTENTION IS called to the old and well »established FREE TRADE MEAT MARKET, uated on Main street, near the St. Charles. Hotel and Restaurant keepers and private nilies, can at all times be supplied with the lowing articles of the best quality, viz: Beef, Mutton, Venison, Lamb, Corned Beef, Veal, Pickled Pork, Sausages, |e4 A. RUDER. Ml FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED WISH TO »ell 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 wifi dispose of this property on the most reasonable terms. Persons desirous of engaging in hotel keeping, will do well to cull and examine the premises for themselves. OLENDORF & RAND. Shasta, April 2, 1853 a p2tf PINE POINT RANCH. Scott’s 1 u/leif l(j from Yreka, THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE to inform the public that they have set- tied themselves permanently at this plai e tor the purpose ol accommodating persons who may favor them with a call, and pledge • hem-selves that every comfort and luxury the 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, nudes, &c. Highest price paid for all kinds of stock in poor order. HBARD & CO. Seotts’ Valley, March 30,18)3. ap2 if FOR SALE. THE STORE IN SHASTA. FORMER- Iy occupied by Braslow, Harris & Co. . Apply to L. C. WOODMAN. Shasta, March 17, 1853. marJ9tf 31! ill NOTICE TO SQUATTERS. THE GRANT TO THE UNDERSIGNED, of six square leagues ot land, commencing at Hie mouth of Antelope Creek, on the east side of the Sacramento, running up said river three leagues, thence miming from the river in an easterly direction two leagues, having been con firmed by die U. S. Land Commissioners, all per- trespassing on the same are hereby notflPd that they will he proceeded against ac cording to law. J. F. I)\ E. Antelope Ranch. March 10, 1853. niaiTO 3m in E.UPIKE HO CSC, SHASTA. THE PATRONS OF THE EMPIRE will ever find ns ready to attend them with alacrity. The table and bar will be furnished with the best the market affords. T lie correl will always be plentifully supplied with hay and grain, good running water and commodious barn stables, saddle house. &c. We return our thanks for the liberal patronage lieietofore bestowed upon ns, and solicit a con tinuance. OLENDORF & RAND. March 19th, 1853. martf ST. CHARLES HOTEL, Bha s l« City. THE PROPRIETORS WOULD RE spectlidly announce to their friends and the public, that they have refitted the Sr. Charles in a manner deserving llieir pa tronage. and solicit the same from llieir friend* as well as transient visitors. 'lhe table, as here tofore, will be supplied with the best the coun try affords, and no expense will be spared in procuring, through Agents below, the best Liquors, Cigars, &c. for the Bar. Heals ax all hours. Bhn»*n. March. 1855. marl?tf in goi d corral attached to this EL UOUAUO HOTEL. THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING thoroughly renovated the above estab lishment, ate now prepared to accom date llieir 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 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 establishment. A share of public patronage is respectfully re qnested. DINN &. FUUNE Y. marl if tf TOWER HOUSE. At the jvnc'ion of the Yrtka and Weavcrvill* Roads, 12 miles from iShasta. THE UNDERSIGNED would announce to the pub lic, and 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 coiiipb ted 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 from the large garden at tached to the premises, all the vegetables grown in this part of the Slate will he furnished in the greatest abundance He has also a secure Corral connected with his establishment, always supplied with an abun dance of hurley and bay. marSfitf LEVIIL TOWER. 39] 331 ! i-1 if?" UNION HOTEL, WEAVEKVILLE. SCHNABEL & CO. TAKE PLEA sure in announcing that the “ Union Hotel” is again open for the accommoda tion of the public. We do not hesitate to promise every comfort and convenience to he obtained at the best ho tels in this portion of the State. •Onr table and bar will always he supplied with the best articles to he procured in the mar ket. We can also furnish comfortable private rooms for families. Weaverville, May 7, 1853. my7tf BIBKIVOU UULSJK r It E K A C I T T. 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 will) 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 LtGUEVEL & CO. Yreka, April 16, 1853. ap!6 tf in HORE HEAD’S FERRV. The prcprietors of this ferry ha? e no hesitation in recommending it to 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 ftrriod over at any hour of the night or day. Pitt River, ap23 tf. R. C. BAKER. K. GARTER. RAKER Sc GARTER, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Oi f 1C E in D. Corsaut * buildings. ap23 tf