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I Could not Unite It Pay ! BT SQIBS. I came to California laud, And went to work si might way, Set down to washing of the sand, But could’nt make it pay/ A trading post I next get up, My customers would say, If you will bring us pleniy grub I'm *ure you’ll make it pay. So on I went with soul intent, Ujhhi the mighty dollar, But onjooking round 100 late I found, That trading heat me hollar. Then next I went a packing, With two Jacks, a mule and horse, Over hilU and gulches racking, And in that 1 found no loss ! Then I began to gather j.lut k, My heart was growing stout. But one night, ye finds, 0 cursed luck, The Diggers’ cleaned me out. Some advised in** then to gamble, They were sure that I could piny, And front town to town to ramble, For they thought I'd make it pay. Then I tried my hand for good or bad, 1 think we played the mb. But the fellow took w hat change I had And beat me with a club. Then bat k I went to mining, And ye lucky gods I praise, Dug deep without repining. And f made a little raise. Now I'rn going liometo the Iloosier State, I’m on my winding way. I’ll marry Kate, if I’m not too late. And try to make that pay. flnu I' ruaciwa lurroiiondtucr. San Francisco, June 7, 1853. Mfssrs. Editors :—Our good city at present in laboring under iiu accumulated weight of in ertia, striking deep id her vitals. SlHgtmliuti in trade, money at a high rale, ships entering port deeply hiuen with merchandise, adventurers flocking to our shores l>y the thousand, and without capital, in quest of that glittering and •during bubble—gold. If they would only set tle down quietly at tilling the earth, or disem bowelling the dvs/, and not go prospecting about, wasting ilieir energies in useless toil, what a welcome and valuable addition to our stationary population they might prove. Hut they impoverish the country as well as themselves, in their imt haste to accumulate a fortune. Our city feels the effect of it keenly, and must continue so to do until a more healthy action takes place. Our citizens, both young men ami gray hairs, blooming maidens and sober mesuiudes, are now worshipping at the shrine of Terpsichore. That comet-like and devil-may-care discarded play thing of kings, and the nobility of Europe, is amongst us. Site lias fairly taken the city by storm, set all the young men crazy, and half the old. She draws more crowded houses than ever Kate Hayes did. But witty, frail and fair Loin, with her everlasting poodle dog, with an eye like an Eagle’s, and a sarcasm more biting than a serpent’s, by long odds takes the wind out of the sails of any that have heretofore visi'- ed ns. Lust Sunday week she drove sut to the Pio neer Race Course iti dashing style, and of course attracted an immense concourse of people there. She offered to bet five thousand on a favorite nag, mimed after her, and ride herself, which was not taken tip. The next day a splendid blanket, worth it is said, two hundred and fifty dollars, was presented by her to the owners, as a token of her admiration and choice. Her bril liant commencement cannot last long, and be tokens an equally fatal and humiliating end. 1 augur this from her career in the Atlantic States. By private advices from New York, I learn that Fraticoni's magnificent Hippodrome, erect ed on Monnot’s Twenty-Third street property, opened on the evening of the 2d May, to an au dience of eight thousand people. I learn also, that Coleman &, Stetson, of the Astor, have purchased all that plot of ground where the Union Place Hotel stands, extending from 4th avenue on the east to Broadway on the west, with a frontage to the north, on 14th street of two hundred and fifty feet, overlooking that delightful promenade, Union Square, with the intention of erecting thereon, at no very distant period, a superb marble hotel. They are the Prince of hotel keepers, and have always stood pre-eminent among their compeers. * E. K. R. A Beautiful Comparison.—We do not won der that the leaves and trees and houghs have ever been the material whereof poets have mat - nfactnred comparisons and imagery. One ol the most beautiful we ever remember to have seen, was by Dr. Cheever: “ That tree, full leaved, is swelling np into the calm blue summer air. Not a breath is stirring, and yet, how ii waves and rocks in the sunshine. Its shadows are hung lavishly around it: birds sing and sit in its brunches, and chit dren seek refuge beneath them. Human atfec tions are the leaves, thq loliage of our being — they catch every breath, and in the burden and heat of the day, they make motion ami music in the wadil. Stripped ot that loliage, how un sightly is human nature! Route to the Pacific. — A survey of a route to California, from the South Pass across the dif ferent ranges of mountain* to the Pacific slope of the continent, is said by the bt. Louis Repub lican t<* be undertaken by parties iim< pendent of all govt-rmenial connection. It will be in the bonds of civil engineeJs ot undouble*! merit and capacity, accompanied by a geologist, who wil; institute a thorough examination ol the country, compare observations, and select the-most eli gible route for an immediate instrumental sur t-&“ A fooU reputation i* belter than a fine coal in almost every kind of business —e-vcept in wooing a fashionable lady. Trinity Correspondence. Editors Cuckur:— On a recent tour through the northern miues, I was so much struck with the wild sceuery, romantic appearance, and evi dent richness ol a region apparently hut link known at this time among the mining commu nity, that I cannot forbear giving you a few sketches of my trip. I have reference to CaSon Creek, a beautiful mountain torrent that rises some 28 or 3U miles w est of \\ eavernille, uud empties it sparkling and limpid waters into Trinity Kiver. 1 travel ed up this stream some teu or twele miles, to a place w hich glty ies iu, the ephoueous title ot Jack Ass bat. Here 1 louud a shrewd uud in telligent Missourian, dealing uni Flour, Fork, beans, bed Lye ami o hi r mining necessaries, >\nh a liberal baud, and in Mr. fisher found as polished a gentleman and hospitable iiosl us gin could Wish lo lino, altera day’ ot 101 l over ihose mountain paths, where no annual but the sure tooled mute can travel with ease and safety. On Canon Creek 1 found only about laO ot -00 miners, and mining ground enough yel un prospectect, to employ u u thousand miners pro fitably tor years to come. 'lhe banks ol iht Creek are one succession ol stepps or tables, evi dently tunned by slides Iroln the hills, which Here rise in sluptiidous helgul and romantic neanly on either side. All ol these tints or benches yet prospected, lie found to contain an old channel or bed ot the ■dream, and whenever struck proves lobe ot uu pulatched richness. 1 saw §JU4 lukinoul ol »ne claim in a single day by three hands, aim among the lot was a most beautiful specimen, weighing three ounces pure gold, and l was us >m i u hy others, us well us the proprietors, llial • lie claim has heeii pay ing trom one ounce lo §iU to the hand lor muiohs, and is by far the most extensive claim 1 have ever seen iu C’uti lornia, embracing a bar or shoe of considerable length, and 10l ly leet of pay dirt Irom the lop down, and will lake them years lu work it out. Strolling a lillle tnriljcr down, I came to aliothcl company, working in a deep bunk, and asking the question how it paid, was answered bu. small wages, but thinking it 100 promising a looking place lor small wages, 1 made U conve nient io call around iu the evening, and saw Ihe sluice ot . cssls. Harris ye Organ turn out elevi n ounces of beauutnl course gmd Another com pany ot lour suit blither uown, were erecting a water wheel, to convey the water on a claim that 1 saw prospected, and yield from tis cents to to .he pan ; other companies lower uown s'.iii, are making tium one ounce lo §co lu the hand per day. And indeed, no miner. lam told, will work there lor less than §lO per day. 1 was pointed out u lucky Dm liman who was making trom £io to 15 ounces a day with a small rocker. Many lucky homines have recently gone lo their AiJunlie homes trom tins place, aim those remaining hid lair soon to realize their golden hopes, and are rapidly gathering their piles. Water privileges are very extensive there now. three water companies being in active ope ru'ion al this tiute, conveying the water in ditches over miles ot ground, and one company have applied lor a charter to lake Canon Creek trom Ha bid, and carry its waters in a tiuine along Us banks lo the mouth, tins bids fair tube one ol the most extensive and profitable works of tiie kind ever engaged in in California. The company design ci< ding a saw mill al ihe head ot ihe race, and as one or two ot the company are splendid mill weights, ami all of them expe rienced and practical miners, 1 doubt not, though a gigantic undertaking, H vvili go into immediate operation. 1 Jell the cool and refreshing waters of old Canon with regiet, ami long will her tall and graceful pines, tier stalely mountains, grand and picturesque scenery live in my on mory—u place where the poet or painter’s ideal may be rea lized, or the miners' gulden dream perfected. Triuitj Hirer C'orrca|>eu,>cacr> ' Trinity Hiver, June 9, 1853. Messrs. Editors: —Quite un excitement was exhibited on Dig Flat yesterday, that at one lime bid fair to rival some of the squat Ur troubles that I have seen chronicled in the jour nals before now, although there is plenty ot handset there are some lots that horn their contiguity to what is supposed to be the princi pal thoroughfare, have acquired in the minds ot some an enhanced value, and the proprietors ol which were hound to stick to them to the last. But I am rejoiced to say, that the •affair was ami cably settled hy adjoining to Jenkins & Co's and indulging in sundry cock-tails, &c. Three miles below Dig Flat is Vance's Bar. for the last two years it has paid well, and still continues, although the river stiil maintains a high stage, yet those who are working in the hanks are doing well. Major Cox is the proprietor of the hotel and trading post attached, where the miner is sure of a good meal and true southern hospitality. On the opposite side of the river is a large flat dotted over lit re am! there with miners’ cabins and little garden plots, while a large ravine comes gurgling down the mountain side, supply ing plenty of water for a number of sluices. A large house is in process of erection by Mr. Skil len, to be used as a hotel, and from my know ledge of the gentleman, 1 think he will do well, flie banks of I lie river are taken up for three «i four miles down. The average is now seven ilu hits to the man, and taking into considera tion the high stage of the river, it is pretty good, and they are all sure of taking out something big when it falls. Express. Yankee Uu.vumi. —An cuuor tints remarks —•• Wagons cannot mu without wheels —boat> without steam, or a newspaper be carried • n without funds, no more than a dog can wag bis tail when lie has none. Our subscribers are all good, hut what does a man's goodness do. when it don't do you auy good ? \> e have no douhi that every one thinks that oil h<ive pot,l e.rtep/ him —and, as we are clever fellows, and this is a small matter, a couple of dollars will make no difference. It would not if it were confined to a dozen, or even a hundred cases, but when tlje slow fever seizes so many, the complaint is alto gether 100 general. As Ilie buli-liog said, "It’s tun for you, but it's death to us.” Pious Alan —" I uni surprised, sir. that a gentleman of your education should assert tha ihehalf-horsc-lialf-man, of heathen mythology, is meat Mined in the New Testament.” Fast Man—” It’s so. sir.” Pious Man—•• I defy you. sir, or any one else to show where the Contour is spoken of.” Fast Man —“ Did yon ever hear, sir, of John the Baptist's head on a chnrgrr ?” (Pious man clasped his hands Tq his brow, several moral you ns; ladies —of five and forty— vwtinned, and our friend, the last man vamos ed !”) i j"' Six new three story fire-proof s'ores are in process of erection in the immediate vicinity of the Plaza at Matysville. Aiue !*<•)• JLmcr ir«iu the Atlantic States. '1 be steamer Pacific arrived at San Francisco on the 14th iust., bringing nine days later intel ligence from the east. The Pacific brings dates from New York to the I4ih May. A destructive fire occurred at Bridgewater, destroying several niunuiacturiug establish ments. The yellow fever still rages on the east coast of South America, and Buenos Ayers is yet be seiged. The clipper ship Sovereign of the Seas has made the most extraordinary trip on record— running from Honolulu to New \ork in eighty two days. The dates from Europe are to the 30th April. There has been an attempted insurrection in Switzerland, which was promptly quelled.— 1 here has been an affray at Home, between the Italian and French soldiers. The principal item of news by this arrival, is the details of a lenihle railroad accident which occurred at Norwalk, Conn, on iho morning ol the bill of May, to the New Haven train. Iwo passenger cars were preciptaled trum the draw ondge into titteeu ieel water. '1 he draw was op -u. to admit the passage of a steamer, ami such was the speed ol the train, that the engine nearly leaped it. although its width was sixiy feet. Three or four persons w hile in the cars under the water, forced their way out ot the cars, and rose to the surface and swum ashore. Two hundred and eighteen passengers were on the cars: of these 44 were killed, 14t> saved and slightly injured, 26 severely injured, and two persons remain yet unaccounted lor. A Curious t acl. — me biuobcr on a fat whale is sometimes, in us thickest parts, In mi titieeii to twenty indies thick, though seldom more than a loot; it is of coarse texture, ana much harder than pork. 6o very full ot oil is it, dial a barrel cluseiy slowed vviili ihe clean raw ■at of llie wliale, will not contain the oil boiled irom it, and llie scraps are iell besides ; this has been frequently proved by experiment. rF“ A nmu was tried at Cambridge, Mass., a day or iwo since, tor stealing a pair of ■•pants,” I lie llietl was proven, Liu lawus contended that no such garment as "pants” was known in law. the objection was allowed and the complaint dismissed. SHED AND BISHOP OFFER FUR SALE A GENERAL ASSORT ment ot GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. They are receiving fresh suppllies tri-weekly, by the steamers Marysville, Samuel Moor and Gazelle, which enables them to otter many ad- Viintages to purchasers. Cavertsbnrg, (Red Bluffs,) June 18, 1853. HOIK. QUARTER SACKS FRESH CHILI and Haxall for sale by SHED & BISHOP, jf!B tf Cavertsbnrg. SIUAIt. OOfl LBS - No 1 CHINA. 100 Ib. packages, (25 ilia's each) for sale by SHED'& BISHOF, je!B tf ' Cavertsbnrg. I. A KB. £% LBS 1(j . & 25 TTNS EACH, i«»\/ \/ just received and for sale by SHED &, BISHOP, je!B if Cavertsbnrg. aiTIKK, LBS GOSHEN IN BRINE. 100 and 25 each, for sale by SHED &. BISHOP, EATON’. 'LBS CLEAR BACON.just received ipni for sale by SHED & BISHOP, jelS tf Cavertsbnrg. 10,000 4,001) I»« Sili N BARRELS, * BARRELS, & t BARRELS, for sale by SHED A. BISEOP, jelS tf Cavertsbnrg. BOOTS, SHOES, AM) CLOTHISCJ. A GENERAL INVOICE OF THE ABOVE XjL articles, just received and for sale by SHED & BISHOP, je’B tf Cavertsbnrg. KICK. 4_ „ LBS CHI NA. just received a ,J tiered for sale by SHED & BISHOP. jelS tf Cavertsbnrg. lIAIH. * LBS. CAZARDS & B 1 LINGS varnished, ter sale bv 1 SHED & BISHOP, je!B tf Cavertsbnrg. LlftlOK' Brandy, gin. whisky. American and French, in 3, 10, and 15 g sale by jelB tf iaekages, for SHED & BISHOP, Cavertsbnrg. WINE. -g CASES CLARET AND SAUTER- B Vr Vr lie * fur sale by SHE'D & BISHOP. jelS tf Cavertsbnrg. 100 CASES YSTERS, Lobsters ami Sardines, for sale bv SHED Sc BISHOB. jelStf Caver'sborg. o CAN DEE*. BOXES SPERM AND ADAMANTINE tJvF Candies, for salt 1 by SHED & BISHOP, jelB tf Cavertsbnrg. SEGA BS. "B PL ASSORTED BRANDS, just 1 OaOOO received and for sale by SHED & BISHOP,’ jelB tf Cavertsbnrg. CMII.It; FLOt’R. 6000 LBS - 1N SACK S, FRESH. Amtudsji a'fi> Just received per Steamer Gazelle, and for sale by JNO. G. UNDERHILL jelB ti Cavertsbnrg. jelB tf CHINA RICE. LRS No. 1, Just received p Steamer Daniel Moor, and i sale by JNO. C. UNDERHILL. Ca verlsburg. c BAREEV BAG*. PL 80 lo 100 BAGS, just rtceiv< • /•1100 and for sale bv JNO. C. UNDERHILL. Cavcrubarg. jelS tf A Tkavelkk. ADAMS & CO’S CALIFORNIA AND ATLANTIC STATES' EXPRESS. OUR ATLANTIC STATES’ EXPRESS LEAVES SAN FRANCISCO Four limti per .Honlh, BT THE PACIFIC MAIL S. 8. CO’H STEAMERS. And the Treasure crosses the Isthmus under A STRONG GUARD. THE TREASURE forwarded by us to the Taladeljihia Mint is ai way* deposited lilt-re before that sent Oy any oilier conveyance. Unr rales are lower lhan those offered by any other House with the same security. We also forward 1 reasure lour times pel mouth to England by the I*. AI. S. S. Co s steam ers to Panama, and from Chagres by the \V esl India Mail Steamers. Uur Express being the most extensive in the United Slates, and having unr ow n offices in all the principal cities of the Union, we are pre pared to forward parcels, packages and valua bles of every description to any point, with the greatest dispatch, and to ail parts ot Europe, by Edward*, Sandford Ac Co's Great Ear#, pea i Express ! Our principal offices in the Atlantic States are at — New York, Pbiludclpaia, Etiiliuiore, WiiMtaiugioa, Uieniiivud, INarioik, Ijjrneuburg, H iliiiiuglon, C. I'harli'Kluu, S. C. New lliirrn, llurliurd, Jprovnleuee, JBungoi, Having a partner resident in AUSTRALIA, We shall transact a General Express, Banking and Commission Business at ilia! point. Hath, I'oil* mouth, PiilHOui'K, llarri»uur||h, Ml. Louis, Chicago, Lmn. rule, l.exiu glou, i\l‘W Ol I,‘UIIM, itlobile, Galveston, IN atrhoz, Vicksturgh, BANKING: We do a Banking Business of Deposit only, Special or Otherwise, We sell Drafts on any of our offices in the following places: BOSTON, NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, • CINCINNATI, EOUISVIJ.LE, ST. LOUTS, NEW ORLEANS. and LONDON. Also, payable at the following Banks: E. W. Claik & Bros., - - St. Louis. Mechanics’ and Farmer's Bank, Albany. Utica City Bank, ... Utica. Bank of Syracuse, Syracuse. Bank of Auburn, ... Auburn. Bank of Atticn, ... Buffalo. Rochester City Bank, - Rochester. George Smith & Co. - - Chicago. Alex. Mitchell, Fire and .Marine Insurance Company, - Milwaukie. Michigan Stale Bank, - - Detroit. Com. Branch Bank of the State of Ohio. - , . . Clenvelnnd. Clinton Batik, Ohio, • - Columbus, On i djiill.t AilNj.S. In the Northern Mines we run Expresses in unr own name, always accompanied hy faithful Messengers, to and front die following places: San Francisco, Benicia, Sacra nenlo Ciiv, Marysville, Shasta, Nevada, Grass Valley, Colu mn, Plucerville, (or liaiigtuwn) Greenwood, Georgetown, Mormon Island, S. Inion Falls. Auburn, and every other part of El Dorado and Placer Counties. Also, to Jackson. Dry Town, Volcano, Sutter ville in Calaveras County. Through Langton & Co., to and from Downie viile, and all other places on the \uba and Fea ther Rivers. To and from Sacramento, Stockt- n and Beni cia. * Southern Mines. In the Southern Mines we run an Express in our own name, always accompanied by faithful messengers, to and from San Francisco, Stock toil, Sonora, Moquoluinne Hill, Columbia, Mari posa, &A-. Ac. By Brown's Express from Stock ton to all the camps in the Southern Mines. BY CRAM, ROGERS S,- CO. We send regular Expresses to French Gulch. Weaverviilo, Vreka. Jacksonville, Ah house Creek, and Portland, Oregon. Also, to the i’ill River Mines. Bills of Exchange. Out; Bills or Exchange can he procur ed at, and Treasure forwarded to us for ship ment, from any *j the above, places. In all ol which we have Brick Vaults or iron Safes for ihe security of Treasure entrusted to us. And on hoard of Steamboats, on any of the above routes, we have Iron Safes and Messengeis for the security of ail valuable packages transport ed by us. Cram, Roc.srs it Co. are authorized to draw checks on on “office in Shasta. Marysville, Sa cramento and San Francisco, which will be sold at any of their offices a‘ per. Shipments ot treasure by ihepi are always ac companied by lai'hlul messengers——and all busi ness entrusted to their cure will receive prompt attention. Collections made, orders receiver], and packa ges forwarded with promptness and dispatch. 1 hey have our dra'ts for sale on any of the cities ot the Atlantic States, and are prepared to pay the highest market juice fot Gold Dust. Insurance. INSL RANGE.— We have made arrangements for insurance to the extent oi one million dollars , on any one shipment, and are empowered to in sure for other jinnies on Gold Dust Bars. Coin and Merchandize, to and from New York and ihis City, by endorsements on Bills of Lad ng, al the time of shipment. i ADAMS & CO. E. W. Tract, Agent si Shasta. myT if SHERIFF’!* SALE. By virtue ok an execution issued out of the District Court, 9th Judicial Dis met, wi lnu ami tor the County ol Shasia, Stata ot California, duly attested I tie I’d day ol April, A. U. IBj3, at llie suit ot Augustus Bass, John S. P. Bass and I liouias Buss, against A. G. Ckauu cy. A. A. Cliauncy, J. L. H. Swinforu and Sam uel F rancis. Judgment having been rendered against said A. G. Cliauney and olliers us atore said, lor die sum ot six hundred and lliiriy-seveu dollars aud titty cents, debt and interest duo plaintiffs to dale thereof, and one hundred and litly-oue dollars per ceuiage and costs. L have seized and taken into execution the following described properly, to wit: All that property known us Cliauncy s Mill, with ah the appur tenances, machinery, running gear and oilier fixtures appertaining to a mill. Also, twonlwell mg houses, all being situated at or near iho mouth of Spring Creek, Shasta County, Califor nia, and being .he properly ol Cliauncy & Co. 1 hereby give nonce,accoroing to law, ihat on Thursday, ihe 23ct day ot June, A. D. 18oJ, be iweeli the hours of 1- o’clock M. and 2 o'clock p. M., 1 will sell all the right, title and interest of A. G. Cliauncy A. Co. in and to the above de scribed property, at the Court House door, iu die town ot Shasta, to the highest bidder for cash. D. CuuSAUT, je4 3t Sheriff. SALE. BY VIRILE vt AN EXECUTION ISSUED out ot the District Court, Dili Judicial Dis nict, within and lor ihe County ot Slusia, Slate ol Ca.ihu iiia, duly aliested the 2d day ol April, A. D. 18oJ, at ihe suit ot W illiaui M. Sparks against A. b. Cliauncy, A. A. Cliauncy, .1. E. li avvintord and Samuel t rancis, judgineni having been rendered against said A. G. L/lnuincy and oihers as aloresald, for ihe sum ol six hundred and eighteen dollars ami sixty-oue cenis debt and interest to the date lliereot, and one hun dred and thirty-six dollars and forty-three cents, accruing costs and per centage. i have seized and taken into execution the billowing describ ed propertv, to wit; All that property known us Cbauncy’s Mill, with all ihe appurtenances, machinery, running gear, and oilier fixtures ap pertaining lo a mill. Also, IwoUwelling houses, all being siiualed at or near the mouth ol Spring Creek, Shasta County, Cahtorina, and being the properly ol Cliauncy cV Co. I hereby give notice, according to law’, that on 'fhursoay, the 23d day ol June, A. I). 18oJ, between the hours of 12 o clock At. and 2 o clock i'. AT, I will sell all the right, tide and interest of A. G. Cliauncy & Co. in and lo die above de scribed properly, at die Court House door m die town ol Shasia, lo the highest bidder for cash. Jt-4 3t D. CoivSAUT, Sheriff. TS3 E STATE OF CALI FOIS XT A, Ci OUNTY OK TKIMTV-—IN THE Dig / inct Court of the Eighth J udiciul District ul »aiii Stale. the people of the State of California to Joseph T. German, George Logon, Peter Taylor, U m. Aleader and W imam Amich, greeting : Whereas a complaint was tiled in die Hon. District Court of tne Bdi Judical District in and for die County of Trinity, by T. M. W inslon, T. T. Miller, K. S. Mc Kenzie, and G. B. W inslon, on the 18. h day ot January, A. D. 18A3, wherein they complain that on or about the 4ih day ot September, A. 1). 18.»U, yon received certain slock ot them, to wit: Morses and mules tor the purposes ol ranching, at the rale ol three dol lars [ul month |h r head, in the Stale ot Caiilur niii; and have lo this day retuseci ami neglected to deliver them to saiu plaintiffs, and still re I use lo do so. Vou are therefore hereby summoned to ap pear and answer in said Court the said coni-, plaint vvidim ten days alter the service bereot. d served wilhin Iliis-conidy. vvuhiii twenty days if served within said district. And in all other cases within loriy days, exclusive of the day of service. And von will take notice that if yon fail to answer liie plaintiffs complaint, the plaintiffs will apply to the Court for ihe relief demanded m saiil complaint. Willies Hun. J. M. Peters, Judge of tjie Bth Ju dicial District Court, with my private seal an nexed, there being no seal ol said Court as yet provided. JNO. C. BIRCH, Clerk. Thus. L. Bei.i., Deputy. Oidered by said Court that the above sum mons be published in the Shasta Courier for diree months. JOHN C. BIRCH, Clerk. Thus. L. Bell, Deputy. May 3. 1813. my 7 3m t ERA ft i> AH. Second street. Adjoining the Ci v Bank and Orleans lintel, barenmento. rXMIE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO jL announce lo the citizens of Sacramento, and I Ilf public iu general, that alter great outlay • t time and money, they have completed, heir additions to the House, which is built wish orick, and (ill leet Tout by (iO in depth, divided into Billiard Saloon and Sleeping Rooms, which are all luriii-bed in the most comfortable ami elegant manner, mil surpassed in llns respect by any House of 11 if kind in the country, and rendering our establishment ihe most desirable snipping place to be found in the city. 'Jim whole house throughout is carpeted, with simile sleeping rooms, closets. Verandah on second story, adding to the otbi r comforts, and capable of accommodating about 80 persons in the lodg ing department. The spacious saloon below will be found sup plied with Rosewood and Mahogany Billiard Tables of superior workmanship, and die Bar is constantly supplied with the must choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars, etc. Which are served up by experienced barkeep ers, who are always in attendance. i I* l addition to other accommodations, our noose will be ton ud open at all hours during die day and night, and persons arriving by steamers or stages can always be accommodated. innytil 3m G. L. TUCKER & CO. li ATE A kui * ,■» on ; • A‘ I Vm. McNulty No. 40 and 207 ./ Street EX SALEM, ALBONI, WINGED RACE Ked Rover, and Jacob Bell, direct fri New York, a large addition to my former stoi consisting of almost every thing which the wui of the community reqn re, viz : Hardware and Cutlery ol every description, lin, Sheet Iron, Stoves ot the most imnrov styles, r Copper, Groceries, Provisions, Crockery. Gla ware. Liquors. W ines. Cigars. Boots and Shoes, Leather of all kinds. Threshing Machines, tanning Mills, Plows. Horse Rakes, Strt Cutters, Wooden Ware, Steam Engines. &c. &c. W Inch he offers iu such quantities as may w-anted, and ul such prices that will not fail please. All goods sold will be of the best out WM. McNulty sgcramento, May, 1853. niy2l ; B- c. HORN. JAMES R. LEWIS. EDGAR BRIGG 18. c. Horn & co., MPORTERS of HAVANA SEGARS, Bri Kuilding, o 8 Sun some Street, between C oniia and Pine Streets, San Francisco,Cal. ki constantly on band a full supply of Segars a f obacco, together with Alatches, Snuff’ & c / ap23 tf ' K