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Crystal Palace Lrric*-~>l*< 1. “ I wandered by the brookside.” Moncton Mlines. I wandered through the Palace, 1 wandered through the Fair; It seemed that all creation Had poured its treasures there; There were sights that made the socket Of the .eye with beauty melt— lint a gentle pull at my pocket iVas the only touch I felt. f saw the twelve apostles. The bear-grease and the mass (Ot bright and useful articles 'feiVf glittered in the glass ; i saw each gem atid locket, And many a perfume smelt— Put a strong null at my pocket Was the only touch 1 felt. The satin robes and ftre-arms. The bibles and the drugs— An abolition blanket And “ a certain cure for bugs ; ” ' And there, though some might mock it, A tallowy Venus dwelt— Put a light’ning of the pocket Was all—was all I felt. At length my no«e was bleeding, I felt the lug no more, I tried to find my handketchief — Alas, my dream was o'er ! The Fair! may earthquakes rock it; May all its glories melt; A hand in my coat pocket Was all —was all I felt. A Cane of Su|>|>onilion. A Tpx'iu, returning home from the battle of Buena Vista, having separated from his compan ions, liail his hor»e stolen by the Indians, and was obliged to take it on foot. Walking along leisurely one Sunday morning, with his rifle on his shoulder, looking out for game to make his breakfast upon, without knowing what day of the week it wae, he suddenly came to a small stream on the coniines of Texas, not knowing that he had as yet reached the border of his na tive State. Perceiving that tite stream abounded in fish, he took a hook and line from his pocket, and. procuring some vv’orms for bait, sat down patiently on the hank, wrapped in a brown study, thinking of his little farm and his family at home, when a preacher who was on a circuit fode suddenly up and thus accosted him; “Hallo, stranger ! what are you doing there ?” “ Fishing for my breakfast,” replied the im perturahle Texan, without deigning to look around at his interrogator. " Well, do you know you are violating the Sabbath, said the Preacher, in a drawling, sing song tone. “No,” said the Texan, turning around and looking up at the preacher for the first time with an air of surprise which the preacher took for consternation. “ I must he somewhere near the white settlements then.” “ Yes, you are,” replied the preacher, “and violating the Lord’s day, for which you will have to answer hereafter, on the great day ,pf judgment.” 0 ’i lie Texan looked up with a supplicating air, and the preacher, thinking his penitent mood a good trine to make him a convert, continued: “ Do you know, my young friend, that you are sitting on the verge of the broad stream of in iquity. and without you leave here, and turn in to the home paths of virtue, that you will be lost? Where do you think you would goto now, said the preacher, warming with his own eloquence, supposing the angel Gabriel was to blow his horn? ” The Texan coolly hauled in his line, and fronting the preacher, said : , “ You ask me whar I think I should go, if the Augcl Gabriel should blow his horn? “ Yes,” replied the preacher. “ Well, you see wherever there is an jf, the case admits of an argument — now, you are svp jmsiii’, ain’t you ? Well, now, maybe you know whar a bee-tree is? maybe you’ve heart! tell of these big black bar lu real) >uts, and maybe you’ve seen Indians? Well, now. supposin’ yon was after a bee-gum. and one of these big black bar was after you, and a right smart chance of red skins were after the bar. Now, what would you do—keep the tree from the bar, jine the bar agin the Indians, the Indians agin the bar, or grease and slope ? ” Newspapers in California. — There are pub lished in California, says the Marysville E.ipress, thirty-eight newspapers, twelve of which are dailies, one a tri-weekly, two semi-weeklies, and the balance are weeklies. Sixteen of these are printed in San Francisco, four in Sacramento, two in Marysville, two in Stockton, and two in Flacerville. Three are printed in foreign lan guages, and two devoted to two different lan guages. Among them four are culled Journals, eight ofthem are Heralds, and two Republicans. Total weekly circulation. UiO.OOO. The River Amazon. — The Amazon Steam ship and Trading Company have in progress of building at New Y’ork a large sea steamer and several smaller ones for river service. Large grants of land have been made to this company by the Brazilian and Bolivian Governments, and an agent is to be sent out without delay to take charge of them, to form stations along the river, and to perfect the enterprise. Russian Intrigues in China. — The London Morning Chronicle of July 11, has an editorial relating the singular fact, if true, that Russian .emissaries are spread throughout the northern dependencies of China, endeavoring to convert the allegiance of the Bbuddists to the sovreignty pf Nicholas. This iaforipaliou is derived through frenclj .Missionaries. Vert Good.—A country editor, vowing fideli ty to bis inamorata, lets oil’ the following:— TO MISS MARY BREAD. \\ bile bells that lovely graces spread, And fops around her nutter, I’ll be content with Anna Bread, And won’t have any but her. rf’-The everlasting hills will crumble to dust, but the influence of a good act will never die. The earth will grow old and perish, but virtue in the heart will bo ever green and flourish throughout eternity. The moon and stars will grow dim, and tiie sun roll from the heavens, but true religion and undetiled will grow bright er and brighter, and not cease to e*ist whilst God himself shall live. Moore says in his Diary, “ In talk ing of cheap living. Sokyll mentioned a man who told him his eating cost him nearly noth ing. ‘For. on Sunday,’ says he, I always dine with an old friend, when 1 eat enough to last me till Wednesday, when I buy some tripe, which I hate like the devil, and which, accordingly, makes me so sick that 1 cannot cat again before Sunday. v Jr., recommending marriage, says. “A good wife is the most constant ami faithful companion you can possibly have by your side while performing the journey of life—a dog isu'i a touch to her. How to get up Early. —Place a basin of cold water by the side of your bed, and when von first awake in the morning, dip your hands in the basin and wet your brow, and sleep wili pot again stay you in Lis treacherous embrace. from the Sandwich l»laud*. Py the last advices from these Islands, we learn that much excitement existed among the citizens of Honolulu in relation to G. P. Judd, formerly a Christian Missionary at that place, hut now a politician and Minister of Finance to his Majesty, King Kamehama, and also in rela tion to Richard Armstrong, once a Missionary, and now Superintendent of Public Instruction in Honolulu. At a meeting held on the 20lh of July, called for the purpose of considering the propriety of petitioning the King to dismiss these Ministers, the billowing, among other res olutions, were passed : Resol red, That the wishes of the people should be consulted by Emperor, King, or President, in the appointing or continuance of Ministers, who by the power their position gives them, exer cise a controlling influence over the destinies of the country and the individual happiness oj,’ the people. Resolved, That we, as a portion of the foreign and native residents of the Sandwich Islands, entertain for his Majesty, Kamehamcba 111. nothing hut the mort profound sentiments of loyality, regard, and esteem; and that he will ever furl in us earnest supp' 'Tiers of his title and prerogative?, so long as such a course would be consistent with a proper respect for private rights, personal liberty, individual honor, and the public good. Resolved, That the Ministers of Finance and Public Instruction are uot so fortunate as to have 'he confidence or esteem of ibis meeting, nor, as we believe, of ony considerable portion of his Majesty’s native subjects, or of foreign resident citizens throughout his kingdom, and that their retention in office is in direct opposition to the wi.-hes and interests of a very large majority of the natives and citizens of the Sandwich I§- iumls. Resolved, That these same ministers, having he command of the principal channels of influ ence, viz.: Treasurer Education, ami the almost absolute control of Government patronage, have have the means within their control to protect the people from the pestilence which is now depopulating the Islands. That instead of de voting themselves to the public good, they have ever sought their own aggrandizement, regard loss alike of the high duties devolving upon them, or of the evils necessarily following their nialti usance in office. A petition in accordance with the spirit of the above resolutions has been prepared, and was largely signed and presented to the King, but with what effect we cannot yet" know. A com mittee of thirteen was raised at the. third meet ing, and a resolution adopted declaring that they should continue their organization until their object, the dismissal of Judd and Arm strong, shall be accomplished. Thk President without a Shilling.— The Washington Slur is responsible for the follow ing; Not long since, the President, in an afternoon ride with his estimable lady ami a female friend, was brought up by the gate upon the Columbia turnpike, on the opposite side of the Potomac. His coachman searched in his pockets in vain for the requisite shilling. 'The President searched his. But alas, not a solitary shilling had they among (hem. The toll gatherer,who is at’times annoyed by the pranks of “ fast folks ” passing on their way to the trolling course, wphout holding up to pay their toll, began to think of closing the bar upon the carriage, when the driver informed him that the gentleman in side was tlje President of t|)e United States, and the gentleman inside made it all light by prem ising to pay the shilling when next he should venture to ride on the Virginia side. Prospects of Moke Gold. — A correspondent of the New York Journal of Commerce gives the following flattering prospect for a great increase in the product of gold, in consequence of cer tain important inventions aud improvements in machinery; “It is well known that the gold product of the United States is to be considerably increased by the improvement in the machinery for 'sepa rating it from the earth and quart/, in which it is found. The experiments made in New York with Mr. Burdoii’s crusher and amalgamator, were very satisfactory. Fallings from North Carolina mines, which were pronounced by sci entific men to be destitute of gold, were made, through this machine, to produce more gold than they had originally done. But 1 now learn that a new machine, the invention of a Massa chusetts mechanic, is to be brought out at the Crystal palace, which will entirely eclipse the other, and will perhaps he the means of doub ling the gold product of this country?** Government or Carson Valley, — The ques tion will soon be mooted, says the Placerville Herald, to what State or Territory does Carson Valley, or the country immediately east of the Nevada mountains belong, including the valleys of Walker’s river and the Truckee. Not, howev er. to what Territory does it belong, but to what it is to belong, other than itself. Situated greatly removed from the Salt Lake Territory and government, though nominally at tached to it, but with a desert country of great extent lying between, that can never he perma nently inhabited by man ; at the same time sep arated from California by the Nevada mountains —a portion of the year almost impassable from the depths of the snows, it becomes a question of interest as well as policy to inquire into the expediency of establishing a new territorial government, that shall embrace the three great valleys that lie along the eastern base of the Si erra Nevada. That their position, geographic ally. and their peculiar resources and interests require a government, or political organization, differing from any other now extant within the limits or jurisdiction of the United States, does not admit of a doubt; and the now rapid peo pling of the valleys, by permanent settlers, calls imperatively for some action on the part of the general government that shall give them the protection that, as citizens of the United States they are justly entitled to. One of the Sovereigns Abroad. —Commodore Vanderbilt has been offered a large price for his yacht, at St. Petersburg. But ••money cannot buy her’ just now. 'She is on a genuine Staten Island pleasure trip, and«can’t be called off. We have it also from a reliable source, that very liberal offers have been made by the Emperor to induce the Commodore to build him three or four steamers; but he has respectfully declined every temptation of the sort, avering that he is merely on a pleasure trip, with his family, and is uot by any means looking up a job from any one. There is a real dignity in this conduct of the Commodore, comporting well with his character as one of the American sovereigns on a visit of pleasure to some of bis regal cousins. —Stolen Islander, July. Lamartine’s Mother. —It is currently re ported and general y bclivcd, that the mother of the celebrated French patriot Lamartine, was a Massachusetts girl, named Waitslill Brigham.— She married the father of the em’iieut statesman Lamartine, when quite young, in Boston, and then went to France, where she remained du ring fer life. ADAMS & CO’S CALIFORNIA AND A TLANTIC STATES’ EXPRESS. OUR ATLANTIC STATES’ EXPRESS LEAVES SAN FRANCJSCO For Time* f*f BI THE PACIFIC MAIL 8. 8. CD’S BTEA3IEP*- And the Treasure crosses the Isthmus under A STRONG GUARD. the treasure forwarded by us to the. Philadelphia Mint is al ways deposited there before that sept by any other conveyance. Our rates are lover than those offered by any other House with the same security. We also forward Treasure four times per month to England by the P. M. S. S. Co’s steam ers to Panama, and from Chagres by the W est India Mail Steamers. Our Express Ueiug the most .extensive in the United Slates, and having our own offices in all the principal cities of the Union, we are pre pared to forward parcels, packages and valua iiles of every description a,, y point, with dispatch, and to all parts ol the greatest Europe, by Edward*, Ac CV» Great Euro pean Express ! Our principal offices are at — New Vorlt, Philadelphia, Itullimore, WnHhiiiiiloii, K iehmoud, Norfolk, l,y nchbnrg. IVilutiujlou, N. C, Cliarlrstoii, S. C. It union. New Haven, On el ford, Providence, lian^or. in the Atlantic States Bnlh, Portsmouth, JPIttoIMSI'K, llarrinlmr^li, Bt. I.onis, Chicago, l.ouinvillo, liexiitijlou, New Orleans, ITiobile, Galveston, Natchez, Vicknbucgh, Having a jiartner resident in AUSTRALIA, We shall transact a General Express, Banking and Commission Business at tjiat point. BANKING; We do a Banking Business of Deposit only, Special or Otherwise. W r e sell Diiakts on any of our offices in the following places: BOSTON, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, WASHINGTON, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, ST. LOUIS, NEW ORLEANS. • and LONDON Also, payable at the following Bunks) E. W. Clatk & Bros., - - St. Louis. Mechanics’ and Farmer’s Bank, Utica City Bank, Bank of Syracuse, Bank of Auburn, Bank of Attica, ... Albany. Utica. Syracuse. Auburn. Buffalo. Rochester City Bank, - Rochester. George Smith &, Co. - - Chicago. Alex. Mitchell, Fire and Marine Insurance Company, - Milwaukie. Michigan Slate Bunk, - Detroit. Com. Branch Bank of the State of Ohio. .... Cleaveland. Clinton Bank, Ohio, - - Columbus. Northern Mines. In the Northern Mines we run Expresses in our own name, always accompanied by faitbliil Messengers, to and from the following places: San Francisco, Benicia, Sacramento City, Marysville, Shasta, Nevada, Grass Valley, Colu mn, Placerville, (or Hangtown) Greenwood, Georgetown, Mormon Island, Salmon 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 Downic ville, and all other places on the Yuba'and Fea ther Rivers. To and from Sacramento, Stockton 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 ton, Sonora, Moquelumne Hill, Columbia, Mari posa, &c. &e. By Brown’s Express from Stock ton to all the camps in the Southern Mines. BY CRAM, ROGERS CO. We sqnd regular Expresses to French Gulch, Weavcrville, Vreka, Jacksonville, Altliousc Creek, and Portland, Oregon. Also, to the Pitt River Mines. Bills of Exchange. . rF* Oca Bills of Exchange can be procur ed at, and Treasure forwarded to us for ship ment. from any of the above places. In all ol which we have Brick Vaults or Iron Safes for the security of Treasure entrusted to us. And on board pf Steamboats, on any of the above routes, we have Iron Safes and Messengeis for the security of all valuable packages transport ed by us. Cram, Rogers &, Co. are authorized to draw checks on our office in Shasta. Marysville, Sa cramento and San Francisco, which will be sold at any of their offices at par. Shipments of treasure by ihepi are always ac companied by faithful messengers—and all busi ness entrusted to their care will receive prompt attention. Collections made, orders received, and packa ges forwarded with promptness and dispatch. They Lave our orates for sale on any of the cities of the Atlantic States, and are prepared to pay the highest market price Dust. Insurance. INSURANCE. —We have made arrangements for insurance to the extent of one milli.>a deHart. on any one shipment, and are empowered to in sure for other parties on Gold Dust Bars, Coin and Merchandize, to apd from New York ami this City, by endorsements on Bills of Lad ns. at the time of shipment, ADAMS & CO, "E. W. Tract, Agent, Shasta. my 7 U to TOWNSHIPS OF SHASTA COUNT IT The following is a statement of the boundaries of the several township# in lb® county of Shasta, as the same are desig nated of record by order of the Court of Ses sions at the August term thereof, A. D. 1853, Wit I Shasta Township. Beginning on the west bank of the Sacramen to river, six miles above the mouth of Spring creek; running thence nearly south-west to, and excluding the house of F. Vanderventer, continuing same course about one fourth of a mile to a post; thence in a south easterly course nearly parallel with Clear Creek, and one hall of a mile the»'eti‘um to a point one hall ol a mile west of One Dog Town; thence to, and inclu ding the House at the lower end ol the Bonineld race, near Oue Dog Town, thence to the point at which th® main road leading from Shasta to Briggsville crosses Flatt Creek, thence to ami including the Milk Ranch, thence to and exclu ding Quick 4- Johnson’s Ferry on the Sacramen to RjVex, thence np said river to the place of be ginning. French dutch Toirpship. Beginning at a point on the Sacramento River six miles above the mouth of Spring Creek ; running thence south-westerly with the north western boundary of" Shasta Township, to a post one-half of a mile south of F. Vanderventer; thence west to the western line of Shasta Coun ty ; thence northerly with said line to the south ern line of Siskiyou county ; thence with said southern line of Siskiyou eastwurdly to the Sac ramento river; thence southerly, along the western bank of said river, to the place of be ginning. Pitt Hirer Township, Beginning at Quick and Johnson’s Ferry, across the Sacramento; thence east wardly 100, and in cluding the house of F. I’ayne on Cow Creek ; thence up the southern branch ol Cow Creek to its source ; thence east to the eastern line ol the State; thence northerly with said eastern line to the south east corner of Siskiyou county ; thence west with the southern line of said comi ty to the Sacramento river; thence southerly along the eastern buukol said river to the place of beginning. Colton wood Township. Beginning at Quick & Johnson’s Ferry across the Sacramento River, thence easterly with Ihe southern boundary ol I’itt River Township to the eastern line pj t)ie State; thence southerly with said eastern line to the north-east corner of Butte Comity; thence west along the north ern line of said county to the Sacramento river ; thence westerly, along the line ol Colusa, to a point on sail! line eigliUiniles above the mouth of Red Bank Creek ; Inedce northerly to, and including Bell’s Ferry; thence via Milk Ranch to tiie place of beginning. Clear Creek Township. Beginning at Milk Ranch, running thence westerly along the southern boundary ol Shasta township to a post one halt a mile south ol f . Vandevcnter’s house; thence west along the southern line of French Gulch Township to the western Jipe of Shasta Comity ; thence souther ly with the Jiije last aforesaid to the south-west ern corner of said county ; thence eastwurdly along the southern boundary ol said comity to a point in syid boundary line eight miles above the mouth of Red Bank Creek; thence north erly with the western boundary of Cottonwood Township, by way of Bell’s Ferry to the place ol beginning. The foregoing is a correct copy of the record of the division of the Comity of Shasta into Townships. Attest, TJIOS, W. DAWSON, Clerk. August 13, 18’,3. tf MIX’S XVIIISKY fKBKK lIOCSIC, Kji&- the UNDERSIGNED WOULD IN toKjj form the public that this Motel, pli as antlv situated in Franklin City, on U his ky creek, si* miles north of Shasta on the Vta - ka and Weaverville road, is now open for the reception of travelers, boarders, anil customers generally. The Table is constantly supplied with all the varieties of meats and vegetables procurable in this market, w hile the Bar is fur nished with almost every kind of liquors of the very best quality. There is also a good and se cure Cor v a i attached to the establishment, always supplied with an abundance of hay and barley, for the accommodation of packers, travelers, Ac. The subscriber has no hesitation in promising full satisfaction to all w ho may patronize him. BENJAMIN MIX. Whisky Creek, July 30, 1853. tf FOUR NILE mu st:. THIS COMMODIOUS AND PLF.A- I'.Jiii snnfly situated hotel, four miles distant JLilLLiLlVoin Shasta, on the Trinity ami Via ka road, is now ready for the accommodation of travelers ami citizens generally. The house, a two-story building, is finished with a degree of comfort and convenience second to no hotel in this portion of the State. The table is always supplied with the best the market affords, while the bar is constantly supplied with a variety of choice liquors. The house, toi , has the advan tage of a never-failing supply of excellent spring water. Attached to the establishment is a si cure corral, always furnished with an abumlanci ol barley ami bay for the animals of packers anil travelers. The subscriber is ileti riiiineil to omit no means of rendering perfect satisfaction to all who may patronise his house. jy23tf NICHOLAS MAHER. OLIVE BRANCH HOTEL FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED. WISHING TO Ipjj'l change his business, offers for sale tin. -s»S..M. well known OLIVE BRANCH HOTEL AND RANCH. lying* oll the main stage route from Shasta to Sacramento, and on the north side of Cotton wood. The Ranch contains l(i(J acres of arable land, the w hole enclosed by a substantial fence. Among the improvements upon the Ram h are thi following; A good and commodious Pwellitig House, fm the past three years kept as a public hotel; a lirst rate Barn, sufficiently capaeious to contain 100 tons ol hay, and comfortably stable fifty horses; a well of good water at the’door—also a well in the garden, with a chain pump and hose attached to it for conducting tjie water to all parts of tjie garden; a Garden containing about live acres of land in a high state of culti vation ; together with a Grainery, Cellar, Milk House, Chicken House, Coral), and all other ne cessary buildings and improvements. The “ Olive Branch,” too. has always boon a stage station on tjie Sacramento road. The terms w ill be made reasonable. lor lull particulars inquire of the subscriber on the premises. \\ M. LEAN. Cottonwood, July IG, 1853. jylgif TO THE I'l Kl.ip, I HAVE THI DAY AITOINTED WM. P. Daiugerfield. Esq., my agenFand attorney, to attend to all business for me iu mv absence. , JOHN E. WILKINSON. Shasta. April ?<>. 15.*,3. ap3otf 11. C. BAKKII. E _ GARTI BAKER Sc GARTER, AltsFncja nnH C’otmiM'ilora nt l.at OfflCfc in D. Corsuul’s buildings. ap23 If c FOR BAI.E. THE SHASTA STEAM SAW MILL. Local ed about One Mile from the Town, on a ,o’oai Road. The proprietors offer the above for sale, to close the concern, one of the partners having left Shasta. It embraces a first rate engine of 20 berse 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 uL together with the bark taken from the logs saw ed. One of Page’s Circular Saw Mills, ey.cMy way complete, with three circular saws belong ing to it, of 40, 42 and 45 inches in diameter ; a mill house, two dwellings, baruand 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 rut: the mill all last summer during the dry season. Also, a good supply of Pine Timber on the lauds attached to the same, and easy of access. The Saw Mill and Steam Power would bs sold separately if required, as the latter can bn* applied to a Grist Mill or any other purpose. For further partculars apply to W. T. Curler on the premises. P. S. Seasoned lumber of the best quality always for sale, either at the mill or our yard itt Shasta, Shasta. June 4, 1853. Je4tf IK THE 9IBTRICT COCRT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, in and for the County of Siskiyou, Stale of California. David Hurt, Win, J. Evans and Anson Taylor, plaintiffs, vs. John if. Shackelford, Barlholo. mew W Waledross, Charles McDermit, Madison .1. Martin, Emery Chamberlain, George Sjnuiu way Win. Wright, George Lawton, and Henry Stent?, defendants. It appearing upon the affidavit of E. Steele, attorney for the plaintiffs, made in open Court, that Henry Stentz. Madigon J. Marlin, and Clias, McDermit defendants herein, hue departed from, and are now out of the baliwick of the Sheriff of said county, and that a cause ol action exist.' in favor of said plaintills, against said de fendants,and that they are necessary and proper parlies to the action ; the Court ordered that tin* said defentaiits mentioned in said affidavit bo served with summons to this case by publishing the same once a week lor the period of three months in the Shasta Courier, a newspaper pub. lisbed at Shasta in ibis Stale, which said sum. mons to be in the words and figures following, to wit: ■ STATE OF C'AUI’OKKU CIOURT OF SISKIYOU, In the District / Court for the Eighth Judicial District: The people of the Slate- of California to Job a M. Shackleford, Bartholomew W. Waldrons, Charles McDermit, Madison A- Martin, Emery Chamberlin,George Shumwuy, W illiam Wright, George Lawton, and Henry Stentz, CSreeting; You are summoned to answer the complaint of David Hurl, W ill am J. Evans and Anson Tay. lor, partners under the name, style, and descrip, lion of D. Hurt & Co., filed iu ihc office of the County Clerk of Siskiyou county, in an action asaiusl you iu the District Court of the eighth Judicial District, for money ow iug to them on a certain due bill, w hereby they claim the sum of twi thousand nine bundled and eighty dollars, and nineteen cents; said due bill signed by Shackleford & Co., and D. H. W aldross, Jr., and dated 23 July, 18-53. And take nolice that nn. less you appear and answer the said compla nf within ten days of the service hereof, exclusive of the day of service, judgment by di fault will be rendered against yon, to the said sum of two thousand nine hundred and eight dollars and nineteen cents, together with the cos's of suit. Given under my hand and the seal of the said District Court at Y reka city, ibis twentieth day of July, A. D. 1853. au2o A. G. FERRIS, fink. [L, S.] fcITTI IKONS. O TATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF .Shasta, in the District Court for die lull Judicial District of said Stale. iSJiastu Comity, ss, Drury D. llurril), Pub. Ai.m’ii, plff. vs. J. F. An. keiiy, deft. The People of the State of California to J. F, Ankeny, greeting : W hereas the above named plff. having filed in the Court aforesaid, his complaint against you for the recovery of the sum of twelve hundred dollars with interest thereon from t|te Gtlr day of May, 1852, at the rate ol three per relit, per month, with costs and monied disbursements, Also, praying torn decree of foreclosure nl fnort. gage and order for sale of mortgaged premises by you mortgaged to JosiMi Hoop, late Pub, Adm’r of .said County. And said plff. having obtained from the Court aforesaid an orth r tor publication of summons, these are tin re fore to require yon to appear and answer said coßt» plaint, within three months from and after ilio -date of the first insertion hereof, to wit; .Inly 10. 1853, or the plaintiff will take default against you and apply to the Court for Inc relief de manded. W ituess my hand and private seal, (no oflieia) seal) at office in Shasta. July 12. 1853. THUS. W. DAWSON. Clerk. jy23 3ir, District Court in i FOR HALF Oil KENT, ON THE MOST HEASONAHLI terms, the Cottage House, situated o r"-is a 9i the non li-enji side ol Shasta City. Tli house is new, and is beaulifilTly situated, eonv* uient to good water, torin n her part iculars a | ply to L. H. Barber or E. W. Meecb, at the Hi hard Saloon. Shasta City, May 3d, 1853. my" tf E. C. «11-I.ETTE. Civil Engineer. County Surveyor of Shasta County, Surveys and records tub field Notes of land claims. Canals and fiumes laid out and graded. Plans, estimates and spe cifications drawn up fur bridges, aqueducts, dams and all kinds of structures. Office in County Clerk’s Ollice. marlStf If. AV. HIKBAKD. Storage and Commtxsion Merchant. At the upper end of main stkee at the sign ol the *'Globe Lamp,’’ win w ill be found 20 nr 30 good beds for lodgers all hours ot the night. Also, shower and t I>aths at ail hours of the day or night, hot orcc Inl, ? ers ’ lent* always on hand, cheap. There is also attached an asylum for the «ii Shasta City, April 9,1853. ap9t D. C. HORN. JAMKS K. LKW’IS. S' DU A R BRIO B. C. HORN A CO., IMPORT™ OF HAVANA SEGARS, B . J'Uiluini:, 58 S ihS'iiue Street, behveep ( torn in and Pine Streets, San Francisco, Oal., I constantly on hand a full supply of Segars Tobacco, together with Matches, Snuff, &c., ap23 tl DK. lIENRV BATKf) TJ AS AGAIN RESUMED THE PRACTI bis profession in Shasta City. Office at the City Drug Store, iylg 1