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Fitch & co’s mills. Hekrt s. fitch, Esq. Dear Sir: We congratulate you in ■bavin 1 ' succeeded in manufacturing a snperi Lnfckof Flour ». yoor o«„ Vf lev. The samples sent us we have p%*» B trial, and find ft a pure -/ li“,e to any of the New \urk f“ I,( -y t oheuc *4i" “ d ranmy n ’.l . « Ilf i .( long as yen continue a proper strength . and J s wh an) , so careful in we shall contin ihc inanutiu. c it being far superior r h 1 °Truiy yours, lu either ■ c Ha LET &. Thompson n‘26-lm Railroad Bakery, Long Wharf. FirrH &-C0.,, Agents Tor the sale of the j| 8 „.,y Valley Mills Flour, near Front, are i.reps red to i*rui«ii ~M baweht of this celebra ted Flour daily, in quarter sacks. This Flour is r ouai, if not superior, to any FUiw in ihe mar ket uud vve have testimonials from the best ba k,-rs in San Francisco. and the country, that it surpasses G allege and Haxall. Wheat. Parties’laving good California wheat to sell, can sell the sume to us. Nome but the beat de sired. 11. S. Fitoh. Octavif.n Hoocs. UlMlOlt HAKRIIELD—DEftTIMT. From Han Fraarint*. ■M7IIJ. REMAIN FOR A FgW DAYS AT TT the Eagle Hotel, Shasta, where lie will be happy to receive those w.fao may be desirous of his services. Gold plate teeth tilled to'be month upon the latest and most improved plan, and every other Iwanch <>( dentistry executed in a judicious ami skillful manner, and warranted. All diseases, or de/ir/* ot the eye removed. Shasta. Nov. 26. 1853. tf T CO-FAKTNK BHIIII' itOTICK. KIR COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE existing between the silltscribers. under the name and style of Conn , Sampson A Cm.., is this day dissolved bv mu'ual consent, F. D. CONRO, \V. A SAMPSON. W M. SHARP & CO. nOI.DRX OATE Fl.Olßnr. MIMi. WM SHARP &. CO. having retired from the (inn of Conro, Sampson vt Co., the Gol ,<len (iiite Flouring Mill will be conducted bv the subscribers, under the same name and style it* heretofore, and the public may rest assn red that no effort sh ill be w.oiling on our part to 4*«tlly sustain live high i.e ujt. .1 ion that the “Golden Gale flour” has uci|inred in :»11 parts of Calilor ma. The article we inaimf.u tme is pure and .unadulterated—it is made from the choicest ot unlive wheat, and is fully espial to the best Mux all or G.dlego. Wo tender our sincere thunks to our friends and tile public generally, for their liberal patronagelnvi'. tof. i'e tendered to ns* and respectfully solicit a coktivuance 0 .1 tie same. E. I). CONRO, n'JtJ 3m \\ . A. SAMPSON. FINE Vi. ( UCIS ISiU Cases .tones A (ludsen ;t0 do do 10 tui do do 5 do d« do 40 T«B,MXO. s Ei Sacramento 1 lb. lump. Our Union. Jewel. Supplies of lie utbove 'brands of hue'Tobacco received Ulo" l,ij Rv, which are offered lu til < trade so ucasiuntble terms bv SAMI,, li. PRICHARD, Commission Buyer J Corner Buttery and Sm rainenlo streets. San Francisco, Nov. li), 1853. tiSG-Atn a. j. im »* ><on a to. INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THRU, friends and the public to their New Nluili of ttomls, which have been purebased at San Francisco very low fur cash, which they offer for sale at (Corresponding low prices, viz: id.ltd!) lbs. ot IJaxall, Galego and Cul'u Flour. And u full assortment of other geods,warrant ed to be of the lu-st ipiabiy. Shasta. Nov. 2f». 18V!. iT.’D’f piiiv.m: KoutuiMi iioisk. FIN HE UNDE RSI ((NED IS PREPARED TO JL receive a limited number i f boarders and lodgers, at his residence on the bill, immedi ately 1 ac : . ol the Ch rk's • flice. No pai. s will be spared by eitb r myself or family, to r< tiller every accommodation to those wLu may give us their puliunage. S. E. JACK. Shasta. Nov. li), 18VL iililtf NO TICK. WHEREAS. M\ U IKE, MARY J. TtUVE having left my bed and board without any just cause or provocation, I hereby cau tion ail persons against harboring or trusting her *m uiy account, as I will pay no debts ot her con tracting alter litis dale. L. H. iOM ER. Shasta, Nov. 15. 18 >3. nlBJt t ONNT l in.K'N HA I. E. BY VIRTUE OF T\UJ EXECUTIONS is sued out of the Court of Homer A. Cur tis*, one of the Justice* of the Peace in and for Shasta Township. Shasta County, and State of California, duly attested on the 20: h day of October. A. D. 18V}. at the suit of S. L. Smith vs. A. Sylvester, David Coisacjt. Bpliriuio Garter, Harry Boyer, and S. E. Jack, for the sum of one hntnlred and sixty-four dollar* and iduetv-five cents, and costs and accruing costs, and Busline Smith vs. A Sylvester, David Cur saiit, Bpliriam Garter, Harry Boyer, and S. E. Jack, for the sum of on • hundred aud sixty-four dollars aud nineiv- f ive cents, aud costs and ac cruing costs. I have this day levied ujion all the right, title ayd interest of the defendants. A. Sylvester, David Corsaut, Ephriatn Garter. Har ry Boyer, and S. E Jack in and to the follow ing property, to wits The mining claim known a> the claim of A. Sylvester & Co., situate on Clear Creek, and commencing immediately above the claim of tXhedd & Co., aud extending un said creek one thousand feet, more or less, together with the flume thereoti: also, one lot ot hose, four hnmire,i feet sn length, aii ot which i« situated in County, Cul. 1 hereliy give notice, according to law. that °u die 3d d*y i*t' December, A. O. 1853. anil between the hours of 9 o’clock in the forenoon and five o’clock P. ,M .. 1 will jvroceed to sell the above described pro perl v ou‘ the premises, to Ihe highest bidder for cash- J I HOLMES. Constable. Nov. id, 1853 u!9-Sl ADAMS & CO.’S EXPRESS LEAVES THE OF fice of Adams & Co., Shasta, every raoruiug, , - j C T for Marysville, Sacramento ami Sail Francisco. U e forward Expresses to ihe Atlantic States twice a mouth, by the Panama and Nicaragua Steamers. We send packages, parcels and treasures to all parts of the Slates. We sell drafts on New York, Boston, Philadelphia, PiU*bu%-gh, Cincinnati, Baltimore, W nithiagioa, New Orleans, I'ineiimßti, Hi. Louit, l.oudou We send Expresses to all parts of Europe by ED WARDS, SANFORD 4- CO. Banking. We do a banking business of Deposit only. Checks on any of our offices iu this State are sold at par by CRAM, ROGERS 4- CO. We send regularly to Weaver, Yrcks, Jack sonville and Oregon. Checks <>r dndts on as can be obtained at any of their offices. E. VV. TRACI, Agent. Shasta, November 12, 1853. ul2-lt CBltl, KOGFKH CO’S EXPRESS, To ScotlHburgh and C'oose Bay. _ CRAM, ROGERS & CO., will hereafter for ward a weekly Express in charge of our regular messenger, to Scotts-, burgh, Coose Bav, Elktown. Gardner, and Ump (ptah city, via Jacksonville and W inch ester, O. I'. Al! business in the Express line promptly at tended to. iMERITT, ODfJKJIEIMER &. CO., Agents, Scottsburg. Shasta, Nov. 12, 1853. nX2-2m WHITE BI.ANKKTN! fl THOSE IN WANT OF A FINE OR ME- J- diiim (juality of White Blankets, would do well to cad al HOLLUB St, ISAACS. Nov. It. 1m A PULI. ASSOBT.tH’XIT OF GENT’S INDIA RUBBER BOOTS, Coats, Caps, Leggings, and Overalls, for sale very low at HOLLUB & ISAACS. Nov. 12. lm I.AUiES’ BIBRER GOO OH. [ABIES’ INDIA RUBBER OVERSHOES _i and Boots for sale low at Nov 12. lm HuLLUB & ISAACS. IldlltE FYKNIHHING HOODS. Cl UUNTERI'AN ES, DAMASKS, TURKEY ' lied, Furniture Brims, Table Covers, 'fa ille Linen and Towelings, for sale at unusually low prices at HOLLUB & ISAACS. GOI.JWHTONK A BBOTHERS ESBECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTEN- I-k. lion of the ladies and gentlemen of this city, and their customers throughout the vicin al . to their well selected stock ot STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Cent’s furnishing goods, and miner’s wear, whn b Uiev oiler for sale al the lowest rates ever otic led in this market. GULDSTuNE 4 BROTHERS, Next Store below Harrington & Doll's Grocery Stoj'e, Sliasta City, Cal. Nov. 12, 1.853. n 12-t f THE lOIPIHE JJA6SN AMI i'OKKAt For ia-aiir sir Hole. This old and well known cor ral is for lease or rent on reasonable teems. ha - jour or six mouths. The hay in the barn would be sole* with it. Or, The entire property, including Barn, Corral, and building lot on Main street would be dis- J. G. DULL posed ot. SLhslh, No 15, 1853. nl2tf BARLEI ’ BABI.KY! JAD BAGS UF BARLEY, iu lots to suit, for )yjij sale low. Apply to J. G. DOLL. Shasta, Nov. 12. tf STORAGE—BAT PROOF WARE IIOI'HK. FUR SALE CHEAB, OR STORAGE TA ken. The location is perfectly secure from ire. Apply to J. G. DOLL. Shasta, Nov. 12. d DIHHO E.L TION. rllE CUBAUTNEI!SHII* HERETOFORE existing between the undersigned, is this C ° lay dissolved by mutual consent. GEORGE W. REED, JOHN ELLIS. Shasta. Nov, 12. 1853. nl2-3t* DUMB I. FT I ON. IT H E CO-I’ARTNE RS HIB HERETOFORE . existing between the subscribers doing nisi ness at French Gulch under the name of rbirniw X .Shannon, is this day, Oct. 25th, 18->3, issolved by mutual consent, 'the remaining insiuess of the tirm will be attended to by ei der party. H. 13. MORROW, R.. 1. SHANNON. French Gulch. Oct. 25. 18>3. nl2-3t UOlilil'B <V ISAACB ToULD ANNOUNCE TO THEIR NU- J nterous customers and the public gener f, that they are again at their old stand, in the lew, Tu* Story, Fire Proof, Brick Buil«li»Z, ere they invite inspection of their Xew aval Extensive Assortment of Fancy l>ry Goo«l», •thins. Boot* and Shoes, Crofkrrif. Glrrssvare, Etc., Etc., of which have been carefully selected for - MARK I.T. . 'licv would beg to slate their facilities are orpassed, being a ways at San f raucisco, pan d to take advantage ol the market, and their purchases for cash only, te can safely assert, without fear of contra ion, that we have the LARGESI SIuCK GOODS this side ot Stitt 1 raucisco, which offer at exceedingly low PKicts for cash, at olesale and Retail. HULLUB L ISAACS, ovember 5. 1853. nidi NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned w ill, at the December term of the Court of nous, within and for the County of Shasta Stale ol' California, apply for a license to [> a 101 l bridge across Clear Creek, in C011y,,, ly,,, hI township iu said county of Shasta, at a ,t on said creek about one mile and a t|uar ibove the mouth of said creek, to which e he is about removing under a lease from t. Yuuuti. This bridge is now owned and t by said Young as a toll bridge near the Ui of sard creek. ELEAZER GILSON. BILL, BAKER A CO. Dealfn in Hardware, Miners and cakfenteh’s tools. Agricultural Implements, Groceries, Li quors, «tc., Lave removed lo their NEW FIRE PROOF BRICK STORE. two doors south of tfce St. Charles Hotel, where they invite the attention of purchasers t« a lull assortment of goods. ALI'HEUS BULL, G. I’. BAKER, W. ROBBINS, Shasta, Oct. 8, 1853. Red Bluffs. Sau Francisco, Shasta. 08-tf H of HASBIXBTON, MIL * CO AVB ON HAM) AND FOR SALE AT lowest market prices, a large assortment C rocerias, Jjcquort. Provisions, Crockery, Glassware, Dry Goods, SfC. JJc. SEARtT OPPOSITE RHODES * LUSK’S EXPRESS, H., D. & Co. Shasta City, Sept. 14, 1853. seplTtf A. A S. SiOLOIION, Between the St. Charles Hotel and Bull 4* Baker s Brick Building, Shasta, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Rrndy Hade Clothing, BOOTS and Shoes, Cuttlery, Colt’s I’istols, Blankets, Drilling, and all other articles usually kept in the trade. We are always pre pared to sell first-rate articles at cheap prices. If you have any doubts in regard to the matter call and see for yourselves. Shasta, Sept. 3d.—sedll CALLAHAN A CO. WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM their friends and the public, that they have again re-opened opposite the St. Charles Hotel, where they offer fur sale 200,000 lbs of Barley, i 100 tons of Hay, at the lowest market price. Also, a general assortment of Provisions, Gro ceries, Mining Tools, Liquors, &.c. &c. Shasta. July, 1853. jy23tf TAGG GLAXKI) HANIM. & SHAY’S PATENT GLASED Hams, secured with a lining so as lo retain a better flavor than any which are covered in a different manner. For sale by ul2-lm GOODMAN BROS. s A HORNE TEAM FOR SALE. Four large American horses, to gether with a good wagon and harness complete, lor sale cheap, il applied to soon. Enquire of J. G. DOLL. Oct. 29. tf U'EAVEBVILLE STOKE. I*. M. E«ler & At#., Announce to the citizens of Trin ity county, and all others, that they are now receiving at their stand in Weaverville, the most extensive stock of goods ever exhibited in this market, consisting in part of Krad; Hade I'lolLinj;, Boots and Shoes, Hats, and Dry Goods; PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES, Such as Flour, Bacon, Hams, Pork, Butler, Cheese. Lard, Oysters, Allspice, Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Rice, &c. ALSO, Crockery, Hardware, Lamp Oil, Camphene, Saddlery, Carpels and Matting, Stoves, Parlor and Cooking. A I.SO, Liquors, Wines, and Cigars. ALSO, Wall Paper and all kinds of Stationery. All of which we are prepared to sell cheaper than ever offered before in this market. Weaverville, Oct. 29, 1853. o29tf is 111 SIVA.NE V’S HO'I'EL. Lower Npriugs. THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD respectfully inform bis friends and the public generally, that he has com menced business at the NEW HOUSE, pleas antly situated under the big oaks a few yards below the old stand, where he will ever be ready to do his best to give perfect satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. Attached to the house is the best accommoda tions for watering to be had in the county; also a Lnrgr Barn and Corral, well furnished with good spring water, a plenty of hay aud barley, and a warm covering lor an imals. This house being situated in the midst of a good mining district, we have made prepara tions to accommodate miners with the best of board aud lodging at reasonable prices. Give us a call aud vve will try to suit you. BENJ. SWASEY, November 12, 1853. nl2-3ni IVATEK CUBE HOSPITAL. If. O. Okerntrom, WATER CURE PHYSICIAN,(I Vasser-cour 1 factor.) has removed to High street, first building east of the Courier printing office, and is now prepared either to receive patients at his residence, or to wait upon them elsewhere, as may be required. Having had several years ex perience in rite Water Cure System, both iu this country and Europe, he feels himself competent to give advice and assistance in all cases where relief is possible. This system is admirably adapted to the cure of a great variety of dis eases, both internal and external, chronic aud acute; in lad, in all cases where the vital energy is not so tar destroyed that a satisfactory reac tion is impossible, implicit confidence may be placed in it. To all who are afflicted with fevers, rheuma tism. scrofula, hemorrhoids, dysentery, diarrhea and abdominal complaints generally, dyspepsia, hypochondriasis, hysterics, skin diseases, ruu uiu2 sores, venereal complaints, mercurial and other mediciual diseases, stiff joints, dropsy, lameness, swellings and callousness in private formations, common weakness, nervous disor ders, imperfect menstruation, green sickness, etc., etc., he would recommend this cure with lull confidence, and the assurance that, if they core it a fair trial they will obtain speedy relief. Al hough its influence, when rightly used, is comparatively mild and harmless upon the sys tem, yet, for the removal of diseases, it is more energetic and speedy than auy oi the remedies now generally used. would respectfully refer to the persons already treated by him —in all cases successfully —since bis residence in Shasta. Terms. — For board, lodging, and medical at tendance, from three to six dollars per day, ac cording to the amount of attention required. To chronic patients, who require medical atten dauce only, the charge will be trum $5O lo $lOO per mouth. Shasta, Nov. 19, 1853. nID-tf *)AA BUNDLES HOUR IRON—IOO bundles jj orae s ji, )e inn,; 150 bundles rivet Iron, and 20 tons spring, square, and octagon steel. I or sale by "1 HO. H. SELBY «fc CO., „12 1m 42 and I J, California st TODD & JO.ME'H Opposite Adorn’* A; Oo'a Express, Skniia. Having removed into their new Store, are now receiving a large and well selected assortment of goods adapted to this market, among which mar be found 200 barrels Haxall and Gallego Flour. I.aOO lbs. prepared-Chili Peaches in boxes. 3,000 “ Beans. 20 bbls. Dried Apples. Hams, Pork, and Side Bacon. Cod Fish and Mackerel. 100 boxes A Indian and Margcatrx-Claret. fj doz. cane bottom chairs. China and Carolina Rice. Butter, Lard. Lamp Oil. Together with a general assortment of Ready Made Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Liquors, Mining Implements, itc., all of which will be offered on tlie most favorable terms. au”ii 4t M. JT AX'OB Si DM Sc CO., Wholesale and He foil Dealer* in Heady Made Clothing. Bave removed to their new fire proof brick building, adjoining the St. Charles Hotel, and take pleasure in informing the ladies and gentlemen iff Shasta and vicinity that they have just received a full assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. surpassing any that has ever been offered in this place in indies and geiilleineu’swalHtling goods. The indie’s goods consist of Frcneh Merinos. Aipntras, Lustre Damasks, Shawls, Window Curtains, Shoes, Hose, Gloves. Ginghams, Sheeting anil Shirting, Laces, Trimmings, Carpets, and other fancy articles too numerous to men tion. Gentlemen’s boots and shoes, frock, dress, and overcoats, gloves, pants, silk and merino un dershirts, white shirts, blankets. India Rubber goods, also a general assortment of qneensware, cutlery, playing cards, and all other articles usually kept in our line of business. Ladies ami gentlemen will find it to their in terest to call and examine our stock, before pur chasing elsewhere, as we Hatter ourselves that nose can compete with us, with the advantages we now enjoy. Oct. 22. tf PACKERS Ac MINERS ATTENTION! JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE IN lots to suit purchasers, at Red Bluffs, 25,000 lbs. Ircsli Chili Flour. 5,000 “ No. I. China Sugar. 5,000 ■' No. 2, do 50 cases Ale. 50 “ Porter. 50 “ Claret. 25 “ Lemon Syrup. 2,000 gallons whiskey. 1,500 “ French Brandy. 1,000 “ Am Brandy. 5,000 lbs. Beans, fresh Chile. 100 cases preserved Fruits. augli tf CHURCH & MIX. PRO VISIONS. lbs. Bacon. 10.000 sugar cured Hums. 10,000 5.000 Lard in small tins. 2.000 Fresh Currants. 5.000 No. 1. China Rice. 2,00 C Stuart’s Crushed Sugar. For sale by CHURCH & MIX, augC if Red Bluffs. NEW MARKET. Blood for Blood, and no Monopoly!! The pr,cc of Beef has come down at last! ! THE SUBSCRIBERS WOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY inform their friends, and the citizens of Shasta, and the miners of the surrounding country, that they have opened their new mar ket on Main street, opposite the old burnt tree, and next door to Adams &, Co’s Express office, where will be found a full supply of Beef, Suasages, Mutton, Fresh Pork, Lamb, Salt do Veal, Corned Beef, &c. Also, a full supply of Vegetables and Game, Venison, &c., in season. By strict attention to business they hope to render this establishment one of the most invi ting in California, N. B. The prices have been made to suit the times. The usual deductions made to Hotels. Restaurants, and persons purchasing to sell in other localities. SMITH, BLODGETT, & Co., Oct. 22. tf Proprietors. SHASTA ROOK STORE. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND and for sale cheap, a large assortment of BLANK BOOKS of every description. Pocket Memorandum and Pass Books. English, Me tallic, and Tuck Memorandums. LETTER, Cap, Bill, Fancy Note, and Gilt Pa per. Envelope, Blotting and Drawing do. ENVELOPES, all sizes and kinds. Buff, White, Blue Laid and Fancy do; self sealing, let ter, note, and official do. GOLD AND STEEL PENS, black, red, and bine Ink. INKSTANDS, portfolios, sand boxes, paper weights, cutters, and folders; fine pocket cutlery, cigar cases, Portmouies, etc.; chess men and backgammon. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, and instruction books, a great variety ; miner’s views and letter books. ALSO, a large and splendid assortment of stand ard miscellaneous bound books and novels. SCHOOL BOOKS, Geography*. Grammars. Arithmetics. Speller*. Readers, etc.; works on History, Philosophy, Chemistry, Botany. Astronomy and Agriculture. Also a large selection of Poetical Works. A. ROMAN. Shasta. Oct. 22. 1853. 029-rf DAGUERREOTYPES. JRUTH, DAGUERREOTYPE ARTIST. St. • Charles Hotel, Shasta, is now prepared to put up Daugerreotypes in every variety of style. Pictures neatly set in Lockets, Pins. Rings, Watch Seals, &c. Persons wishing to secure good life like pictures, will please call soon.— Likenesses taken in all kinds ol weather, and satisfaction guaranteed. Oct. 29. tf RED IIiVFF BAKERY. HAVING ESTABLISHED OURSELVES IN the Bakery business in Red Blnffs, we would inform the citizens of the town and sur rounding country, that we are prepared to fill all articles in our line of busiuess at the shortest notice. Bread, Plea, m«d Cakes, of every variety, kept constantly ©n band. We solicit the patronage of citizens, packers, team sters, and the public generally. Our bakery i* located opposite the storehouse of Bull, Baker, & Co WM. BOFINGER, CHAS. WEISNER. Red Bluff. Nov. 5. 1853. "Stf removal, J. A. McCKA y Ar CO.. HAVE REMOVED TO NO. 85, Sacramento street. Nov- 19- lm C ITY DBIIO STOKE. Opposite Rhode* Jfr Lush'* Exprt** Office, Shasta. n, THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD HEB - pectfully inform the citizens of Shasta and tlie public generally, that he has lately 1 C J 7 my received and keeps constantly <au hand, a large Meui assortnient of Drugs, Medicines, latent ciues, Perfumery, etc., consisting in pari of the following: Seidlitz and Yeast Powders, Cream of Tartar, Tartaric Acid, Soda, Boras, Hops, Osgood's Cholagogue, Pain Killer, Liniments, Jaynes’ Medicines, Balls’, Townsend’s ami Sands’Sarsa parilla, Thompson's Eye Water, Patent Pills, etc., which he otters for sale wholesale and ie tail at reasonable prices. Physicians’ prescriptions and orders from ad jacent settlements, will be promptly and accu rately attended to. C. KOTHK. mar I'2 if Druggist and Apothecary. BHTBTI.EPF« BBi'C STtfBE. Main Street . Shns/a. CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM Vij Boston and New York, a large assortment So of Drugs. Paints, Oils, &c., which at wholesale will be found cheaper than has over before been ottered in this mantel. A full supply of paleut medicines, among which are the fallowing: Osgood’s India Cholagogne, Sands’ Sarsapa rilla, 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, Tboni|>- sou’s Eye Water, Turlington’s Balsam aud God frey's Cordial. Liniments. —Hayes’ Mexican Mustang, Hunt’s Nerve and Bone, Steersaud Liquid Opodeldoc. Pills. —Lee’s, Moffat’s, Wright’s, Bnmdrelh’s, Grufenberg’s, Jayne’s Sanative and Ague Pills. niyHtf BENJ. BHURTLEFF. HAW niLL I'OB N.IMf, THE UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF of the wa ter mill, and a quarter section «f land situ ated about half a mile below Whiskey Creek, on Clear Creek, is ottered for sale on reasonable terms. Also, three yoke of working oxen, two lumber wagous, one horse, one mule team, tw.« milch cows, one set double harness, yokes, chains, &c., necessary to carry on the lumbering business. There is one good dwelling house, blacksmith shop, and one store house upon said claim, making it a very desirable location. A portion of said claim is good arable laud, aud under cultivation. Any person desiring to locate in the above business will do well iu giving me a call, before purchasing elsewhere, as 1 am bound to sell on reasonable terms. Enquire on the premises. N. FEKINGTON. Clear Creek, Sept. 26, 1653. ol if SANTA CLARA 7111.1. H I I.DiR. THE UNDERSIGNED TAKE OCCASION to inform the public that, owing to recent improvements, the capacity of these mills has been somewhat increased, and they are now tnruig oat 500 4 bags of their choice Flour daily. It affords much gratification to know that the Santa Clara Flour, wherever introduced, has ta ken the place of the Best Brands of the import ed ; and we are grateful for themanner in which our efforts to supply a Pure and Choice Flour have been sustained. By continuing to make careful selections of Wheat, the public may be assured that the good repute already earued will be sustained, and that no Flour will leave the Mill, fully branded, which is not iu all respects equal to Haxall and Gallego. Orders from the tonujry carefully attended to.’ PATCH & CLAYTON, Agents, 92, Front street, San Francisco. Nov. 5, 1853. 2m AUSTIN HOTEL, Weavcrvllle. in THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD AN nouuce to his friends and the public at urge, that he has taken this favorite ho tel, situated in the centre of the busines portion of Weavcrvllle, and formerly kept by Mr. Mes sie. The “ Austin Hotel’’ is well furnished with clean and comfortable bedding, aud the Bar is constantly supplied with • LIQUORS AXD CIGARS of the choicest brands. THE TABLE, presided over by Mrs. Mc- Laughlin, heretofore of the Upper Mountain House, will always be furnished iti the very best manner that the market can afford. Rooms suitable for familes also furnished. j. McLaughlin. Weaverville, Nov. 5, 1853. ustf teiia.ua house. Tehama, Colusa Usasly. THE SUBSCRIBER, HAMNOtake* charge of this well known establishment, is determined to spare no excuse or personal exertion, to make it a pleasant stopping place for the traveling public. His tabic shall always be supplied with all the substantial, as well as luxuries that the market affords, while the bar will be constantly furnished with the very best liquors that can be procured in this country. — The bouse is also well furnished with excellent beds. In short, every accommodation usually met with iu first-rate up-country hotels will hi found in this house. There is a large stable upon the premises, al ways wellfurnisned with an abundance of prov ender for animals. CHARLES C. CLIFFORD. Tehama. Colusa co, sep!7tf NOTICE. A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO DR*. \. Bricker & Bates are respectfully requested settle their accounts immediately, or they will 5 left in other hands for collection. J. BRICKER, M. D, sep!7tf H. BATES, M. D. E. LEVIN A CO. Watchmaker A iTlaaafactariag Jeweler* Next door to Adam's 4- Go’s Express Office. WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM their friends and the public that they are again on hand with a large and splendid stock of fine Watches, Diamonds, California and State Jew elry. &c. Every description of California Jewelry man ufactured to order. Particular attention given to Watch aud Chronometer work. Clocks on hand for from |8 upwards. [au27tf WANTED Y THE SUBSCRIBER, A LADY TO take charge of a first rate hotel at Yreka. One arried would be preferred, or. if married, indispensable that she should have no fam- Oue having some experience in that busi preferred. For further particulars apply t* nas J. Howe, Yreha, or to the Courier office. notice. Doctor benj. shuetleff and j. r. Gilbert are my authorised agents to trans ect business for me during my absence from California. A. b. BALDWIN. Shasta. Sept. 26. 1853. ol 6m DR. J. 8. nOBNE, SURGEON DENTIST, au£T if SbusUi, Cal.