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ELECTION NOTICES,
J. K. GJtBEBT
Announces himself as a candidaie ° r
toofC-l, I*—, ■»«“* J “‘““
of the Democratic- Comity Com Liitjou.
iOQ» A. B**®*
W. .mto i.oJ ■» "' n,e ° f
Jolo *. Bi«j .. •
.hi. ° ,Le
fc*.* »"* '"• |J “
tlie third «.wrj>r «f
jOSEPfI W. .WtGEE.
Wt} #re authorized to sunounoe Mr. Joseph
IV McGee ss a candidate for Assess, subject
**',he decision of the Democratic County Con
vention
BO.HEB A. Cl’BTI»8
Announces that he is a candidate for the office
of Comity Clerk of Shasta County, subject to the
decision of the Democratic County Convention.
THOMAS W. DAWSON.
We are authorised to say to the citizen* of the
County of Shasta, that Thomas W. Dawson is a
candidate for the office of County Clerk, anti
subject to the decision of the Democratic Couuty
Convention.
WILLIAM A. lI'NNALIiI
Would inform the citizens of Shasta County
that he is s candidate for the office of Sherifl,
subject to the decision of the Democratic County
Convention.
DAVID COBBAIT
Announces ins name as a candidate for the of
fice of Sheriff of Shasta County, subject to the
.decision ot the Democratic Nominating Conven
tion.
P. F. Tl' KB I'(ill.
We are authorised to announce the name of
|*. b Turbuidi, us a candidate for the office of
Slterirt of Silas.a County, subject to the decision
of the Democratic County Convention.
EPIIKAIM GAICTER
Announces hiinselfas a candidate for the office
of County Judge of Shasta County, subject to the
decision of the Democratic Nominating Conven
tion.
GKRR.4RU M. ROCHE
Would announce to Itis irieuds that he is a
candidate for the t Hu e of County Assessor, sub
ject to tlie decision ol the Democratic Nominat
ing Convention.
DR. J. T. SMITH,
Of Middletown, would respectfully announce
to tilt Democrats of Shasta County, that he is a
candidate for the office of Representative to the
next Stale Legislature, (or Assemblyman,) sub
ject to tlie decision of the Democratic Comity
Convention, to be held on tlie Hiili day of July
next
TO THE TRADE.
The undersigned has commenced
business in Shasta City, next door to Mr.
Lon;'* Horsemarket, where he off tr* for sale ail
kii d of
Provisions,
Oroerries,
Liquors,
Mining Tools, &-c.
At the lowest mrr'tet rates. He takes this op
jKiriunity of returning bis thanks to his former
customers throughout the county, and r< quest
ing them to } ive iiini a call when in town.
Packers, traders ami miners who bay for cash
are informed that the subscriber guarantees
his goods, ami will not he outdone in modera
tion in his charges liv any dealers in town.
jv2 if ' HUGH MAC KAY.
TODD At JONES*.
SINCE THEIR RECENT DISASTER BY
lire, have removed to their new wan house
adjoining the Shasta Lumber Yard, where they
are opening a large and splendid assortment of
Goods adapted to this market, consisting of
Grocer us.
Liquors,
Provisions,
Flour,
Miners Implements,
Grain,
Boots d- Shoes,
Hardware,
Ready Made Clotbintr, Paper Hangings, dec., all
of which will be offered oil as favorable It nils
a* by any other luui.se in this market. j\2 tf
NOTICE.
F:VE SHARES FOR SALE BY THE UN
dersitrued Canon Creek Water Company.
Tlii< company have organised an 1 commenced
operations for the purpose of taking the wutei
mil of tlie bed of Cau u Creek for mining pui
po*es. It coniinaiitls a succession ol large ami
extensive bars or flats, which have m v- r been
prospected until recently, and which h iv*
proved to be of great neb miss. They extend
■from win re the company proposes to put in
their dam. down the creek about seven miles,
which will he about the distance that the com
pany intend taking ihe water at present. Per
sons wishing a safe investment and speedy re
turn cannot find a much better chance. The
company at present is only live, aiuLtbey wish
to make ten shares in it. for particulars en
quire of Todd & Jones, or of the undersigned,
original shareholders on Canon Creek.
Chicl Engineer J. M. FISHER,
W M. J. ORGAN,
THUS. B. HARRIS,
J. U. STATLER,
P. B. DIXON. Sec.
Jackass Bar, Canon Creek, July 3, 1853. 4t
NOTICE.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of Shasta,
ss. 1, Margaret Mullen, wile of John Mul
len, of the county and Slate aforesaid, hereby
publish and declare (hat 1 intend to carry on
and conduct the business ol kte|iug a public
hotel or eating house, and ol cm tying on a gen
cralfarming and ranching business, in my own
name and «»n my account.
| Wili.tss'ny laud and seal this 28lh day ol
Jun* A. D. 1853.
her
MARGARET X MULLEN [L. S ]
murk.
State of California, Comity of Shasta, ss.
On this 28th day ol June. A. D. 18-)3, htfort
«e personally appeared the above named Mar
garet Mullen, who acknowledged To me dial the
execution of the above deciur.ition is her own
act and deed for the puqmses therein speci
fied.
Dated Shasta, June 28. 11)3.
J. C. HINCKLEY.
Justice of the Peace lor the County and State
aforesaid. . j)'2 3t*
HAMS.
SLES. CANARDS & B 1 LINGS
varnished, lor sale by -
jvw außu &. bishop.
jell if • Caverub irg.
press to and front the following places, in charge
of our regular messenger* :
CBAJI, ROGERS 4k 4’0»»
California and Oregon Kijvm.
Connecting at Shasta srilk
ADAMS Sf Co.'s welt
known an-l unrivalled Pa
cific and Allanlc Express.
&. CO. would most re
spectfnllv inform the public, that they have
made arrangements to forward a Weekly Ex
£IRAM, ROGERS
PRINCIPAL omen.
Yrcka,
Jacksonville,
All house,
Shasta,
WeaverviUe,
Drafts
the Atlantic
States ami
(tight
on ADAMS Sc Co., in
i i Europe. AUo,
Checks
on Adams Sc Co.’s Offices, throughout the State.
Deposit**
Received, special or otherwise. The highest
price paid lor
Gold Dust.
Treasures, Valuable Packages, Letters, See.,
fin warded by our regular messengers with the
utmost dispatch.
Parti culur attention paid to Collections.
Oroers for Goods, parcels or packages promptly
and forwarded according to in
attended to,
slrucirons.
All business entrusted to our care will be
faithfully and promptly executed,
jyi* if CRAM, ROGERS Sc Co.
DOCTOR A. S. BAL D WIN,
PHYSICIAN 4- SURGEON.
Office in the back portion of Dr. Shurtleff’s
Drug Store, Shasta. jy2
IiOLLIB Ac ISAACS,
■yrTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
» T iu f ancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shces^Queensvare, etc. elc.
Are happy te state, that having rebuilt on their
old stand, are again prepared to supply their
friends and the public generally, with all arti
cles in their line, at die lowest market prices.
A large and varied stock of fine Havana Ci
gars and Auieiicuti Playing Cards constantly on
hand.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
of every description, including Queeusware,
Glassware, and Table Cutlery,always lobe found
at holler jc Isaacs.
je23 tf.
HARKING TON 4k DOLL.
RESPECTFULLY INFORM their
fl old customers and the public generally,
ihat they have now on hand u large and general
assortment ol Groceries, Provisions, Liijuors, Ci
gars, Clothing, &e. See. in their new Ware
house, lower end of town, which they oiler for
sale at the lowest market rates.
je2s tf. HARRINGTON &. DOLL.
/ M.UDIER 4k niTCHGLL.
Having re-built; and received a
New Slock of Provisions and Liquors, will
he pleased to again tec their iriends and cus
tomer. We have on hand
10 M Regalia Cigars, 20 Cases Santerne,
20 Cases Hock, 12 doz. Bah. Oysters,
25 Kegs Whisky, 20 Kegs Gin.
Port Wine and fine Brandies, Also a good as
sortment of staple articles, which will be sold
Cheap.
Capf. Plug may he found for the present at
our place, and Mr. Marlell is daily expected.
jetk'y if.
r»OCKERV AND GL ASS WARE.
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF CROCK
erv and Glassware, tin - sale liy
j 2V tf. HARRINGTON Si DOLL.
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CO-Part
nership heretofore existing between us, tin
tier the style of'MAYER &. CORNEY, is this
day dissolved by mniiial consent. Our books
and papers are left with C. W. Pomeroy, who
is authorised to settle the same.
JOHN MAYER,
JOSEPH CORNY.
Shasta, Juno 18. 1853. Jt-25 31.
EBTUAV.
CAME TO THE PREMISES OF THE
subscriber, a light Sorrel Hoise, with one
white foot and white face. A hgure brand on
ihe lelt shoulder. Also, a dark brown ina/e
mule, was taken up on the 4ih inst., with a
Spanish and figure brand on left liiji and shoul
der. The owners can have their property bv
applying at the “ Tower House." and paving
charges. L. H. TOW ER.
jeBd :)i*
in£D AND BRHDP
OFFER FOR SALE A GENERAL ASSORT
inent of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
They are receiving fresh suppliies tri-weekly,
by the steamers Marysville, Samuel Moor and
Giielie, which enables them to offer many ad
vantages to purchasers.
Caveii4»urg. (Red Bluffs,) June 18. 1853.
FLO I K.
00 QUARTER SACKS FRESH CHILI
and Haxall for sale by
SHED Sc BISHOP,
•■lB tf Cavertshnrg
10,000
sale by
jelB tf
BCGAK.
LBS. No 1 CHINA, 100 lb.
packages, (23 ilia's each) for
SHED & BISHOP.
Cavcrtgburg.
LATE
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND
iuterrsiing Novels, Histories. Poetical,
Scientific and Miscellaneous Works, just receiv
ed and for sale at the Shasta Book Store, by
jeitf a. roman.
MEETING *V »T«C*IIOL
At a meeting of the stockhold
en of the Washington Quartz Mining
Company, held at Mount Washington, Shasta
oeniity. Juue'Uth, 1833. they organized them
selves into an Association for mining and other
purfioses, under the law concerning corpora
tions. and elected the following gentlemen Trus
tees for the balance of the first year, viz: A. S.
Yeomans, G IV. Swarts, William Watson, and
Jacob Uessig; and at a meeting of the Trustees,
A. S. Yeomans svas elected President, William
Watson Secretary, and G. W. Swart* Superin
tendent. G \V. SWARTS, Chairman.
Wm. Watsos, Sec.
4t
FORWARD 3ARCH I '
The democracy of the county of
Shasta are requested to hold Primary Meet
ings in the several Election Precincts of said
County, and appoint delegates to a County Con
vention, to he held at the town of Shasta, on the
third Saturday in July next, at 10 o’clock A. M.,
for the purpose of nominating candidates for the
various County offices, and choosing delegates to
the District Convention, for the 13lh Senatorial
District.
by order of Democratic Cen. Committee.
P. F. TURBUSH,
D. CORSAUT.
WM. POTTER, Jr.
Jnnc 94th, 1833. je2s id.
4TU OF JI’LV HOLIDAY GIFT.
The fourth number(doulesheet)
of the Pictorial Union will be issued from
the office of publication. No. 21, J. Street, on
Tuesday, June 28'.h, 1833. in season for the At
lantic Mails of the Ist Jtily. It will be beauti
fully illustrated and printed on fine white pa
per, and will contain upwards of thirty eugra
vings, executed in a superior manner.
Price, 30 cents per copy—s3o j»er hundred.
Orders received will he promptly attended to
in the order in which they are entered upon our
books. Address JAS. ANTHONY & CO.
No. 21, J st., Sacramento.
CF- For sale in Shasta by Rhodes & Lusk,
Cram. Rogers & Co., and A. Roman.
CIIILIE FLOIB.
6000 LBS. SACKS, FRESH,
Just received p er Steamer Gazelle,
and lor sale by JNO. C. UNDERHILL,
je!B tl Cavertsburg.
cmitf.4 rice;.
5^ A-u a-v I*®® No. 1, just received per
aUCPD Steamer Darnel Moor, and for
' sale by
jc!B tf JNO. C. UNDERHILL,
Cavertsburg.
B.IRLKV BAGS.
5 80 to 100 BAGS,‘just received
•OOuami f° r '»y
> JNO. C. UNDERHILL,
jclB tf Cavertsburg.
WINK.
1 AA CASES CLARET AND SAUTER
ne, for sale by
SHED Si BISHOP.
jel-8 tf Cavertsburg.
100 CASES
OYSTERS, Lobsters and Sardines, for sale by
SHED Si BISHOB,
je!B tf Cavertsburg.
50
CANDI.ES.
BOXES SPERM AND ADAMANTINE
Caudles, for sale by
SHED Si BISHOP.
jelB tf Cavertsburg.
SEGARH.
1 ASSORTED BRANDS, just
I aIsOOU received a>ud for sale by
y SHED Si BISHOP,
jel_B tf Cavertsburg.
LIQIOBL
Brandy, gin, whisky, American and
French, iu 6, 10, and 1 3 gall, packages, fur
sale by SHED & BISHOP,
jelB tf Cavertsburg.
BACON.
LBS. CLEAR BACON, just
1 ~ LBS. CLEAR BACON, j.
1 received and for sale by
J SHED Si BISHOP,
j«18 tf
Cavertsburg.
rOBH
PN BARRELS. £ BARRELS. BARRELS.
L for sale by . SHED Si BISEOP,
jelB if Cavertsburg.
BOOTH, SHOES, AND CLOTHING.
A GENERAL INVOICE OF THE ABOVE
articles, just received and for sale by
SHED Si BISHOP,
jelB tf Cavertsburg.
RICE.
_ LBS CHINA, just received at
offered for sale by
- SHED E
*lB if
SHED Si BISHOP,
Cavertsburg.
SHASTA BOOK STOBE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, Sic.
Tnek’s Memorandum and Pass Books,
White, Blue and Oik Edge Letter Paper,
Buff. W hite and Fancy Envelopes,
Gold and Steel Pens, Wafers and Mottoes,
Maynard’s and Noyes’ Black Writing Ink,
assorted sizes. By
je4tf A. ROMAN-
E. C. GILLETTE.
Civil Engineer.
County Surveyor of SJuuta County.
SURVEYS AND RECORDS THE FIELD
Notes of land claims. Canals and Humes
laid out and graded. Plant, estimates and spe
cifications drawn up for bridges, aqueducts,
dams and all kinds ol structures.
Office in County Clerk’s Office. marlPtf
HACKER’S SUPERIOR CANDIES.
Wholesale and Retail.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE ABOVE
article alwltys on baud, at the Shasta Book
Store. For sale by
jc4tf A ROMAN.
HABANA CIGARS.
JUST RECEIVED. A LARGE AND SPLEN
did assortment of superior Cigars. Offered
for sale at the Shasta Book Store, by
je4tf A ROMAN.
JUKI SOX, CHAS. W. BOND.
DRY GOODS!!
lON. BOND Si CO.. HAVE JUST RE
ved a well selected stock of Dry Goods,
they are offering at market rales, at 64
! street, Sau Francisco. jeji 4t
lost;
N OR ABOUT THE MIDDLE OF MAY,
between iRe Canon House and American
ch, a note wade payable to A. M. Dibble,
al Feb. 1, 1833, for tbe sum of $1256, at two
lent, per mouth, payable the Ist of Sept.,
|, Transferred to J. A. Brownell ou the
It, for value received, first of May, 1833,.
H. Dibble, and signed Oh-ndorf St Rand,
tlllf JAS. A. BROWNELL.
BAI/E.
THE SHASTA STEAM SAW MILL.
Loeaied about One Mile from the Town, on a Good
Road,
The proprietors offer the above
for rale to close the concern, one of the
partners having left Shasta.
It embraces a first rate engine of 20 horse
power, 6 inch cylinder and four feet stroke, put
up last spring, and is in perfect running order
and complete, with a tubular boiler 42 inches in
diameter and 8 feet long. It will make more
steam than is required, and will run 12 hours
with 3-4 of a cord of wood, although it is run al
together with the bark taken from the lugs saw
ed. One of Page’s Circular Saw Mills, every
way complete, with three circular saws belong
ing to it, oi 40, 42 and 5 inches in diameter. A
mill 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 last summer during
the dry season. Also, a good supply of Piue
Timber on the lands attached to same, and easy
of access.
Ihe Saw Mill and Steam Power would be
sold separately if required, as the latter cau he
applied to a Grist Mill or any other purpose.
For lurther particulars apply to W. T. Carter,
on the premises.
P. S. Seasoned Lumber of the best quality
always for sale, either at the mill or our yard in
Shasta.
Shasta. June 4, 1853. je4tf
NIIKIVOV BOUSE
T 11 £ K A CITT.
Iff"
lint
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 afibrds. Connected
with the house is a commodious STABLE and
secure CORRAL, always supplied with abun
dance of food lor animals. English, German,
French and Spanish spoken.
PIERRE LtGUEVEL & CO.
Yroka, April 16, 1853. «pl 6 tf
DOWNEB 4k C«.
Main. Street, S hast a City.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
in Provisions, Groceries, Clothing, &c.
A large variety of Hardware, Carpenters,
Blacksmith, Miners and Farming Tools, Cross
Cut and I’itt 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 aud Peas, Clover Seed, &c. &c.
mar 12 tf
PAINTINO, PAPER BANGING, Ac.
rriHE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE
A 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.
Cl TV DBI'G STORE.
Nearly Opposite the Post Office, Shasta.
fTHE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RES
pectfully inform the citizens of Shasta and
the public generally, that he has lately
received and keeps constantly on hand, a large
assortment of Drugs, Medicines. Patent Medi
cines, Perfumery, etc., consisting in part of the
following:
eidlitz and Yeast Powders, Cream of Tartar,
Tartaric Acid, oda. Borax, Hops, Osgood’s
Cholagogue, Pain Killer, Liniments, Jaynes’
Medicines, Balls’, Townsend’s and Sands’ Sarsa
parilla, Thompson's Eye Water, Patent Pills,
etc., which he offers for sale wholesale and i«*
tail at reasonable prices.
Physicians’ prescriptions and orders from ad
jacent settlenents, will be promptly and accu
rately attended to. C. ROTHE.
marlS tf Druggist and Apothecary.
SHWTLEFF’D BBIIG STORE.
Main Street, Shasta.
CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM
rm Boston and New York, a large assortment
30 of Drugs, Paints, Oils, &c., which at
holcsale will be found cheaper than has ever
■fore been offered in this market.
\ full supply of patent medicines, among which
e the following:
Osgood’s India Cholagogne, Sands’ Sarsapa
la. Old Jacob aud S. P. Townsend’s Sarsapa
la. Perry Davis’ Pain Killer, Wistar’s Balsam
Wild Cherry, Ayres’ Cherry Pectoral, Jaynes’
tpectorani, Hair Tonic and Alterative, Thomp
n’s Eye Water, Turlington’s Balsam and God
jy’s CordiaL
Liniments. —Hayes’ Mexican Mustang, Hunt’s
•rvc aud Bone, Steersaud Liquid Opodeldoc.
Pills. —Lee’s, Moffat’s, Wright's, Brandreth’a,
■aleubcrg's, Jayne’s Sanative and Ague Pills,
mylltf ° BENJ. SHURTLEFF.
Pittsburgh and Jeflerseu Express.
Connecting at Shasta with Adams 4* Co.
LEAVES THE OF*
fice of Adams &
Shasta, on Monday, Wednesday aud Friday
mornings. Returning, leaves our office on Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday
Treasure, valuable packages, letters, &c., for
warded by our regular messengers, and through
Adams & Co. to any part of the Atlantic States
and California.
Adams & 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, aud all business entrusted
to ow care attended to promptly aud with dis
patch.
my2Blf CRAM, ROGERS & CO.
HAI.F.WAV BOUSE.
Sixteen Miles from Shasta, on the Main Wagon
Road to Pitt River Diggings by both Wright's
and Moody’s Perries.
THE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD IN
form their friends and the public that
they have located a house as above, for
the accommodation of miners and 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,
Sardines. &c., constantly on band.
Connected with the house, there is as exten
sive and good a range for animals as any in Cali
fornia, aud every attention is paid them.
New Hay for sale in quantities to suit.
je4 4t DEW EES & CO.
a
UPPER MOUNTAIN BOUSE.
THIS HOUSE, LONG KNOWN TO
travellers aud packers as one of the
best houses on this route, is sitnaled
about half-way between Weaverville and Shas
ta. An excellent table is always provided, aud
the Barbas constantly on hand a supply of the
best Liquora and Cigars.
Good accommodations lor mules and horses
cau always be had, and a constant tqnply of
Hay and Barley is always kept on hand-
I SJqtAyQHM«, .
jelltf proprietor.
JT. A . BAYHIOND,
Pkr*i(ia* Nr|en.
WOULD INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public, that he in about to engage in
the business ui' liis profession in Shasto,aud 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 patron*
age.
Shasta, May 5, 1855. my 7 tf
If RICKER
3KL4VOHLIB.
respectfully inform the citizens of Shasta
and vicinity, that they have this day
formed a co-partnership as I‘hysiciaus and Sur
geons, 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 he found when not absent on Professional
calls.
•16 tf
XXOR«E MARKET AKU LIVKBV
STABLE.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS
m
leave to announce to his old cus
v,ZjS!l
oiners and the public generally,,
that ms 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.
Horse'S 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, 1853, Auctioneer.
SBBD Be BISHOP,
i'arrrlsburgh, Red RluOs.
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 be sold at the lowest prices.
Froritiont.
Clear Pork, Mess Pork,
Mess Beef, Bacon Sides,
If utter, Hams,
Lard, Burley,
F lour, Potatoes,
Oats, Beaus.
Also, a large assortment of Groceries.
Sugar, Syrups,
Rioe, Teas,
Coffee, Spices, &c. '
Together with a large stock of Liquors, To
bacco and Cigars of all brands, and a variety of
other articles 100 tedious to mention.
mai26 3m SHED & BISHOP.
HEL(.MAItIHr St CO.,
Having lately erected a fine
Fire-proof Slone Building in V'reka City,
take this method of informing the merchant* of
Shasta City that they are prepared to receive
and sell goods on commission. Parties who will
Sfavor them with their patronage wifrhave their
business promptly attended to, without running
any risk whatever from fire.
Yreka, March 22, 1853. m 26 3m
FOR BALE OR BENT,
a 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 water. For further particulars ap
ply to L. H. Barber or £. VV. Meecb, at the Bil
liard Saloon.
Shasta City, May 3d, 1853. my 7 tf
DEHTTIIITBr.
DR. J. S. MORSE, SURGEON DENTIST,
would announce to the citizens of Shasta,
that he has just returned from a professional tour
on Feather River, and is now permanently loca
ted in Shasta, for the purpose of performing ope
rations 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 Rivei,
Weaverville and Yreka, making Shasta his place
of residence, at his office, in which place he will
alwavs be found, unless professionally engaged.
Reference—the citizens of Shasta.
Shasta. May 21, 1853. my2ltf
NOTICE.
I DAVID CORSAUT, SHERIFF WITHIN
and for the Comity of Shasta, State of Cali
fornia, do hereby notify my friends and the pub
lic at large, that having sold my house where I
kept my office, I have this day removed my of
fice into the house of Mr. Gavaud in this town,
opposite Janies Loag’s Horse Market, where I
will hold myself in readiness to attend to any
business that belongs to tny official capacity at
anytime. DAVID CORSAUT.
Shasta, April 29, 1853. ap3ot{^
XX. W. HUBBARD.
Storage and Commitxion 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 *
all hours of the night. Also, shower and tub
bath* at all hours of the day or night, hot or cold.
Also, miners’ tents always on band, cheap.
There is also attached an asylum for the sick.
Shasta City, April 9,1853.
ap9tf
R. T. SPRAGUE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
Shasta Citt,Shasta Cq.,*Cal.
Office in the Post Office Buildings.
mar 26 tf
UNION HOTEL, WEAFBBTILI.B.
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 be obtained at the best ho
tels in this portion of the State.
Our table and bar will always be supplied
with the best articles to be procured in the mar
ket.
We can also!ornish comfortable private room •
for families.
Weavery-idle, May 7,1853. my7tf
MORE HEAD’S FERRY.
The proprietors of this febb
have no hesitation in recommending it 1
the traveling public as the beat on Pitt Rive
It is directly in track of the miner going to (
returning from the Pitt River pines, apd tm
elars will find no difficulty jn getting jerrie
over at any hoqr of pjght or day.
Pitt River, ap®3 tf.
BRLIHIOKTft NRTICB.
hfsTHpntsT Episcopal Cauacm—Public te. »
▼ices every Sunday at 10| A. M. and 71 F. H
Sunday school every Sunday at S| P. M.
Bar. Jakas Boo***, Pastor,

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