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NOTICE
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, that
the undersigned will apply to the Court of
Sessions. at the December lenu thereof, for Hie
year 1863, for license to keep a toil bridge
crossing Clear Creek, at a point known as the
Tower House, situate in French Gulch lowu
shtp. Coualy of Shasta. taw PR
| Dec, 3. 1863. It L. H. TOW ER.
' NOTICE.
f HAVE APPOINTED J. M RHODES M’l
1 duly authorized agent for the transaction of
my business during my absence to the Atlan
tic Slates. . o J ' G '
Shasta. Nor. 26, 1863.
gabdev skews.
LUS. ONION SEEDS. ALSO, a
general variety of other garden seeds
r*i,«l u non 'the Lawson Bauch the past summer.
For .ale by MAYER &, POMEROY.
Shasta. Dec. 3d, 1863.
'provision* lOK THOIMANUM.
/WWk lbs. of lliixall Gullego and
California Flour.
16.000 His. of Barley.
0,000 lbs. Chili Beaus.
40.000 lbs. San Jose Potatoes.
1.000 lbs. Onions
2.000 lbs. Corn Meal.
1.000 lbs. Soda Crackers.
0.000 His. extra clear Bacon.
4.000 lbs. sugar cured Hams.
4.000 lbs. Boston Clear Pork.
6.000 lbs. Last June Goshen Butter.
1.000 lbs. Leaf Lard in tins.
8.000 lbs. crushed, ground, aud No. 1, Chi
na Sugars.
2.009 lbs. Rio Coffee.
600 lbs. Green ami Black Teas.
300 gal. Golden Syrup.
14.000 lbs. No. 1. China Rice.
2.000 Bis. Carolina Rice.
2.000 lbs. Colgate's Soap.
2.000 lbs. Candles.
600 gal. Scotch and American Whiskey.
300 gal. French Brandy.
Port \\ ine.
Ilollaud Gill,
ileds'k Champagne.
Claret.
Aud a f ill assortment of other merchandize,
warranted to be of the best ipialily.
Uur stock of goods are in line order, having
been hauled up here when the roads were dry,
w hich we will sell now at a very small advance
on dry weather prices.
A. J. STEVENSON & CO.
Shasta, Dec. 3, 1863. d3tf
100 gal.
136 gal.
12 do/.
60 do/.
mhekiff’* mam:.
By VIRTUE OF TWO EXECUTIONS TO
mo directed, issued out of the District
Court for the 9th Judicial District for Shasta
County and Slate of California, and duly attes
ted on the 20th day of November, A. D. 1863,
on a judgment at the suit of Benjamin Jones vs.
Alfred (J. Chauucey, Austin Chauucey, Samuel
Francis ami .1. L. H. Swiuefbrd for the sum of
♦728.76, also on a Judgment at the suit of Isaac
Philips vs. A. G. Chatincey, Austin Chancey,
iS’l Francis and J. L. 11. Swim Turd for the sum of
♦803,62, together with accruing costs, 1 have
seized and taken into execution the following
property to wit: all that tract of land known
mid described ;is follows: Beginning at an oak
tree standing on the west bank ol the Sacra
mento river, 18 rods above the mouth of Spring
creek, in the county of Shasta, marked aud
bearing the names A. G. Chnuncey aud J. L. 11.
Swiuehird ; luuuing from thence down the Sac
ramento river 120 rods to a pine tr e marked
•and bearing the names aforesaid ; from thence
in a westerly course 160 rods to a pine tree
marked as utoresaid ; thence in a north easterly
course 120 rods to an oak tree marked ns afore
said ; from thence in a south easterly course to
corner on Sacramento river, place of beginning,
’ ■■• ether with all the improvements situated
th reou and appurtenances belonging thereunto,
c insisting ol one saw mill and ns fixtures,
i o dwelling houses, one barn and stable, situ
ated at the m mill of Spring Creek on the Sac
luiueuio uver in said county of Shasta, all i f
which described property I shall expose at pub
lic sale to the highest bidder for cash, on tbe 26th
tiny of December, 1863. at 11 o’clock A. M., on
thepremises. W.M. A. NI’NNALLV,
Sheriff Shasta county.
Shasta, Dec. 3. 1853. d3td
SHERIFF’* MAI.E.
j> Y VIRTUE OF TWO EXECUTIONS TO
J ) me directed, issued out of a Justice's Court,
Homer A. Curtiss J. P. for Shasta Township,
Shasta county, and State of California, duly at
tested on the 2S;h day of November, 1853. on
judgment at the suit of Simeon Eastman rx. A.
G. Chauucey &, Co., for the sum of $162,75,
together with costs and accruing costs, also on
judgment at the suit of Willard X Eas tman,
*•«. Allred G. Chaniiccy & Co., for the sum of
♦6-1.60, together with costs and accruing costs,
1 have seized and taken upon said executions all
the right, title and interest of the said A. G.
Chauucey X, Co. in and to the following proper
ty, viz ; nil that tract of land known aud descri
bed as follows ; Beginning at an oak tree stan
ding mi the west bank of the Sacramento, 18
rials above the mouth of Spring Creek, in tin
county «f SI. i*ia, marked and bearing the names
of A. G. Chauucey and J. L. Swiaeford: running
from theece down the Sacramento river 120
rods to a pine tree marked and bearing the
mimes aforesaid. Irom thence in a westerly
course 160 rods to a pine tree, marked as afore
said. thence in a north easterly course 120 rods
to an oak tree marked as aforesaid, from thence
in a south easterly course to corner on Sacra
mento river, place of beginning, together with
all the improvements an I appurtenances there
on. consisting of one saw mill, two dwelling
liotises, and one barn and stable, situated at the
iinaith of Spring Creek,on the Sacramento rivet,
in said county of Shasta, ul of which describe,,
property 1 shall expose to public sale to the
highest bidder for cash, on the 26th day of De
cember, 1863, at II o'clock A. M. on the prem
ises. W. A. NUNN ALLY,
Sheriff of Shasta County.
Shasta. December 3*l, 1863. d.3ul
SHERIFF'S SAKE.
BY VIRTUE UF TWO EXECUTIONS is
sued out of the Court of Homer A. Curtiss.
Justice of the Peace in and lor the Township of
Shasta, duly attested on the 26th day ol Novem
ber. 1863, on judgment at the suit of Bull, Ba
ker &, Co., rs. Thomas Gibs< n aud Edward G.
Bates, for the sum of $ 136.35. also on judgment
at the suit of Raymond & l.asseter, rs. T. Gibson
and E. G. Bates, for the sum of s9l.4l.with costs
and accruing costs. I have seized and taken into
possession all the right, title, aud interest of the
said Thomas Gibson and Edward G. Bates iu
•and to three mules, one wagon, and three har
nesses. Notice is hereby given that on Thurs
day. the B’b day of December insh.at 11 o'clock
A. M., I shall sell the said mules, wagon, and
harness, in front of the Court House iu Bhusta,
to the highest bidder for cash.
W.M. A. NTNNALLY,
Dec. 3. 1853. It Sheriff Shasta County.
H. T. SPBAGIT,
ATTO li iV ±IY AT LA IF,
Shasta City, Shasta Co., Cal
Office iu the Post Ofliee Buildings.
mar 26 tf
ADAMS & CO.’S EXPRESS
LEAVES THE Of
fice of Adams & Co.,
Shasta, every morning,
for Marysville, Sacramento and San Francisco.
We forward Expresses to the Atlantic Slates
twice a mouth, by the I'uuama and Nicaragua
Steamers.
We send packages, parcels and treasures to
all parts of the States.
We sell drafts on
New Y ork,
Roman,
Philadelphia,
Ciuc-inuuli,
Baltimore,
Washington,
New Orleans,
Cilicia mill,
Ml. l.oui>,
London.
VV r e send Expresses to all parts of Eurofie by
EDWARDS, SAFFORD 4- CO.
Banking,
We do a banking business of Deposit only.
Checks on any of our offices in this Stale are
sold at par by
CRAM, ROGERS 4- CO.
We send regularly to Weaver, Vreka, Jack
sonville and Oregon.
Checks or drafts on us can be obtained at any
of their offices.
E. W. TRACY, Agent.
Shasta, November 12, 18.13. nl2-tf
CK.VTI, KIIOEIIM \ CO’S EXPRESS,
To SeotlMburgh and Coomc Bay.
CRAM, ROGERS &
CO., will hereafter for
ward a weekly Express
in charge of our regular messenger, to Scotts
hnrgh. Goose Hay, Elktown. Gardner, and Ump
quah citv, via Jacksonville and Winchester,
O. T.
All business in the Express line promptly at
tended 10.
MERITT, ODENHRIMER & CO.,
Agents, Scott short?.
Shasta, Nov. 12, 1853. nl2-2m
FINK V.V. CHEWING TOBACCO.
/4 J Y Cases Jones &. Hudson’s El Sacramento.
’IU 30 do do do 1 11). lump.
10 do do do Our Union.
5 do do do Jewel.
Supplies of the above brands of fine Tobacco
received monthly, which are offered lo the
trade «n reasonable terms by
SAME. 11. I’RICHARD,
Commission Buyer, ?
Corner battery and Sacramento streets. }
San Francisco, Nov. 10, 1853. n26-3ui
PBIVATK BOARDING HOUSE.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
receive a limited number of boarders and
lodgers, at his residence on the hill, immedi
ately Isuck of the Clerk’s ( (lice.
No pains will be spared by either myself or
family, to render every accommodation to those
who may give us their patronage.
S. E. JACK.
Shasta. Nov. 19, 1853. nlhtf
NOTICE.
WHEREAS, MY WIFE, MARY J. TOWER,
having left my bed and board without
any just cause or provocation, I hereby cau
tion all persons against harboring or trusting her
on my account, as 1 will pay no debts of her cou
’ractiug after this date. L. H. TOWER.
Shasta, Nov. 15, 1853. n!93t
WHITE BLANKETS!
rpiIOSE IN WANT OF A FINE OR ME-
X ilium quality of White Blankets, would
do Well to call at" JiOLLUB & ISAACS.
Nov. 12. lin
A FULL ASSOUTTIKNT
OF GENT’S INDIA RUBBER BOOTS,
Coats, Caps, Leggings, and Overalls, for
sale very low at HOLLUB & ISAACS.
Nov. i 2. 1m
LADIES’ ICC It BE R GOOD*.
LADIES’ INDIA RUBBER OVERSHOES
and Boots for sale low at
Nov 12. 1m HOLLUB & ISAACS.
HOI’SK FURNISHING GOOD*.
COUNTERPANES, DAMASKS, TURKEY
Red, Furniture Prints, Table Covers, Ta
ble Linen and Towelings, for sale at unusually
low prices at HOLLUB & ISAACS.
GO I. DSTONE & BROTHER*
E> ESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTEN-
X lion of the ladies and gentlemen of this
city, and limit customers throughout the vicin
ity to their well selected stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
Gent’s furnishing goods, and miner’s wear,
winch they otter for sale at the low est rates ever
offered in this market.
GOLDSTONE & BROTHERS,
Next Store below Harrington it Doll’s Grocery
Store, Shasta City. Cal.
Nov. 12, 1853. n!2-tf
BARLEY!BAKEEV!
‘IDA BAGS OF BARLEY, in lots to suit, for
sale low. Apply to J. G. DOLL.
Shasta, Nov. 12.
tf
.•STORAGE RAT PROOF WARE
HO «J*E.
FOR SALE CHEAP, OR STORAGE TA
ken. The location is perfectly secure from
tire. Apply to , J. G. DULL.
Shasta, Nov. 12. tf
110 1.1.1 R A- ISAAC*
Won.n ANNOUNCE TO THEIR NU
t v melons customers and the public gener
ally, that they are again at their old stand, in the
New, Two Story, Fire Proof, Brick
Building,
where they invite inspection of their
JVi.'tr and Extensive Assortment of
Fancy Dry Goods,
Clothing.
Boots mid Shoos,
Crockery.
Glassirare, Etc., Etc.,
All of which have been carefully selected for
THIS MARKET.
They would beg to state their facilities are
unsurpassed, being always at San Francisco,
prepared to take advantage of the market, and
making their purchases for cash only.
U e can safely assert, without fear of contra
diction. that we have the LARGEST STOCK
OF GOODS this side of San Francisco, which
we offer at exceedingly Low pricks for cash, al
Wholesale and Retail.
HOLLUB & ISAACS.
November 5. 1853. ustf
INFORMATION WANTED,
OF John STILLER, AUGUSTUS STIL
ler. Alexander Stiller, and Jacob Lesczcin
sky. Either of them may learn matter* of inter
est by addressing the uuuersigued al Shasta
City, Shasta County, Cal.
“ * T
Al‘glstl'B LesczciNsKr.
Shasta, Nov. 26, IS>3. u26-3f'
LifSan Francisco Herald give two insertions
in "Weekly Herald," and torward account to
ibis office.
BILL, BAKKB Jv CO.
Dealers in Hardware,
Miners and carpenters tools.
Agricultural Implements, Groceries, Li
quors, &.C., Lave removed to their
NEIV FIRE PROOF BRICK STORE.
two doors south of the St. Charles Hotel, where
they invite the attention of purchasers to a full
assortment of goods.
ALPIIEUS BULL, Red Bluffs.
G. P. BAKER, Sail Francisco,
W. ROBBINS, Shasta.
Shasta, Oct. 8, 1853. 08-tl
H
of
lIAK KINO TON, DOM. & CO
AVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT
lowest market prices, a large assortment
Grocerias,
Liquors,
Provisions,
Crockery,
Glassware,
Dry Goods,
>c. 4-c-
NEARLY OPPOSITE RHODES t I.USk’s EXPRESS,
H., U. &. Co.
Shasta City, Sept. 14, 1853. seplTtt
A. <V N. MOLO.TION,
Between the St. Charles Hotel and Bull 4- Baker s
Brick Building, Shasta,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Ready Itladf Clothing,
BOOTS and Shoes, Cnttlery, Colt’s Pistols,
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.—se3tf
C A 1.1. AII AN A CO.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM their
friends and the public, that they have
again re-opened opposite the St. Charles Hotel,
where they offer for sale 200,000 lbs of Barley,
100 tons of Hay, at the lowest market price.
Also, a general assortment of Provisions, Gro
ceries, Mining Tools, Liquors, &c. &c.
Shasta. July, 1833. jy23tf
hI.A/I D lIA.UN.
STAGG & SHAY’S PATENT GLASED
Hams, secured with a lining so as to retain
a better flavor than any which are covered in a
different manner. For sale by
uI2-Im GOODMAN BROS.
A HORNE TEAM FOR SALE.
Four large American horses, to
gether with a good wagon and harness
complete, for sale cheap, if applied to soon.
Enquire of J. G. DOLL.
Oct. 29. tf
WEAVERVILLE STORE.
P. H. Edcr & Co.,
Announce to the citizens of Trin
ity county, and all others, that they arc
now receiving at their stand in Weaverville,
the most extensive stock of goods ever exhibited
in this market, consisting in part of
Ready Made Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, and Dry Goods;
AI.SO,
PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES,
Such as Flour, Bacon, Hams, Port, Butter,
Cheese, Lard, Oysters, Allspice, Coffee, Sugar,
Tea, Rice, &,c.
ALSO,
Crockery. Hardware, Lamp Oil, Camphene,
Saddlery, Carpets and Matting, Stoves, Parlor
and Cooking.
ALSO,
Liquors, Wines, and Cigars.
ALSO,
Wall Paper and all kinds of Stationery.
All of wliich we are prepared to sell cheaper
than ever offered before in this market.
Weaverville, Oct. 29, 1853. o29tf
NWANEV’N HOTEL.
Loner Npriugx.
THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD
ni| respectfully inform his friends ami
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 in 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
Large Barn and Corral,
well furnished with good spring water, a plenty
of hay and barley, and a warm covering for an
imals.
This house being situated in the midst of a
good mining district, we have made prepara
lions to accommodate miners with the best of
board and lodging at reasonable prices.
Give us a call and we will try to suit you.
BENJ. SWASEY.
November 12, 1853. nl2-3rn
PAINTING, PIPER HANG INC, Arc.
The undersigned will continue
the business of Painting, Glazing and Pa
per Hanging, in the city of Shasta and surround
ing country, on his own individual account.
mar!9 tf J. VAN SCHAIGK.
CALIFORNIA FLOUR.
FITCH & CO’S MILLS. Henry S. Fitch,
Esu- Dear Sir: We congratulate you in
having succeeded in manufacturing a superior
article of Flour at your own mills in Happy Val
ley. The samples sent us we have given a fair
trial, and find it a pure article, and find it equal
to any of the New York fancy brands I ever
used in New York city; and we most cheer
fully recommend it to the public ns a beautiful
Family Flour, being extra white and sweet,with
a proper strength ; and as long as you continue
so careful in the selection of your wheat, and
the manufacturing of the same, we shall contin
ue to remain your patrons, it being far superior
to either Gallego or Haxall mills. Traly yours,
Haley & Thompson,
n26-!m Railroad Bakery, Long Wharf.
FITCH & CO., Agents for the gale of the
Happy Valley Mills Flour, near Front, are
prepared to furnish 250 barrels of this celebra
ted Flour daily, in quarter sacks. This Flour is
equal, if not superior, to any Flour iu the mar
ket. and we have testimonials from the best ba
kers in San Francisco, and the country, that it
surpasses Gallego aud Haxall.
Wheat.
Parties having good California wheat to «ell,
can sell the same to us. None hut the best de
sired.
H. S. Fitch. Octavien Hoogs.
DOCTOR WAKEFIELD—DENTIST.
From Nan Francisco.
WILL REMAIN FOR A FEW DAYS AT
the Eagle Hotel, Shasta, where he will
be happy to receive those who may be desirous
if bis services. Gold plate teeth fitted to the
mouth upon the latest and most improved plan.
ud every other branch of dentistry executed in
a judicious aud skillful manner, aud warranted.
All diseases, or defects of the eye removed.
Shustu, Nov. 26, 1853- tf
TODI) A- JOXE'S
Adnm’s A C«’s Eipms, Shnsln.
Having removed into their new
Store, are now receiving a large and well
selected assortment of goods adapted to this
market, among which may be found
200 barrels Haxall and Gallcgo Flour.
1.500 lbs. prepared Chili Teaches in boxes.
3,000 “ Deans.
20 bbls. Dried Apples.
Hams, Pork, and Side Dacoa.
Cod Fish and Mackerel.
100 boxes A Indian and Margcaux Claret.
G doz. cane bottom chairs.
China and Carolina Rice.
Butter, Lard, Lamp Oil.
Together with a general assortment of Ready
Made Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Liquors, Mining
Implements, &x.. all of which will be offered
on the most lavorable terms.
augG 4t
M. JACOBSON A- CO.,
Wholesale and Ret nil Dealers in Readi/ Made
Clothing,
Have removed to their new fire
proof brick building, adjoining the St.
Charles Hotel, and take pleasure in informing
the ladies and gentlemen of 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 ladies and gentlemen’s outlining goods.
The ladle’s goods consist of
French Merinos, Alpaccns,
Lustre Damasks, Shawls,
Window Curtains, Shoes,
Hose. Gloves, Ginghams,
Sheeting and Shirting,
Laces, Trimmings, Carpets,
and other fancy articles too numerous Co 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 queensware,
cutlery, playing cards, and all other, articles
usually kept in our line of business.
Ladies and gentlemen will find it to their in
terest to call and examine our stock, before pur
chasing elsewhere, as we Hatter ourselves that
unite can compote with us, with the advantages
we now enjoy.
Oct. 29. tf
PACKERS A MINERS ATTENTION!
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE IN
lots to suit purchasers, at Red Bluffs,
25,00(1 lbs. Iresh Chili Flour.
5,000 “ No. 1, China Sugar.
5,000 “ No. 2, .do
50 cases Ale.
50 “ Porter.
50 “ Claret.
25 “ Lemon Syrup.
2.600 gallons whiskey.
1,500 “ French Brandy.
1,000 “ Am Brandy.
5,000 lbs. Beans, fresh Chile.
100 cases preserved Fruits.
augG tf
CHURCH & MIX.
10,000
PROVISIONS.
lbs. Bacon.
10,000 sugar cured Hams.
5.000 Lard in small tins.
2.000 Fresh Currants.
5.000 No. 1. China Rice.
2,00 C Stuart’s Crashed Sugar.
For sale by CHURCH & MIX,
augG if Red Bluffs.
NEW MARKET.
Blood for Blood, and no Monopoly !!
The price of Beef has come down at last! I
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 &. Go’s Express office,
where will be found a full supply of
Beef, Suasages,
Mutton, Fresh Pork,
Lamb, Salt do
Veal, Corned Beef, <fcc.
Also, a full supply of Vegetables and Game,
Venison, &c., in season.
By strict attention to Ijwsiness they hope to
render this establisbmeuVoue of the most invi
ting in California,
N. B. The {trices 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 BOOK 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
blue Ink.
INKSTANDS, portfolios, sand boxes, paper
weights, cutters, aud folders; fine pocket
cutlery, cigar cases, Portmouies, etc.; chess
men aud 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.
SCHuOL BOOKS, Geographys. Grammars.
Arithmetics. Spellers, Readers, etc.; works
on History, Philosophy, Chemistry, Botany,
Astronomy and Agriculture. Also a large
selection of Poetical Works.
A. ROMAN.
Shasta, Oct. 26. 1853. 029-tf
HAOI'EKREOT VEES.
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
NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned
will, at the December term of the Court of
Sessions, within and for the County of Shasta
and State of California, apply for a license to
keep a toll bridge across Clear Creek, in Cot
tonwood township in said county of Shasta, at a
point on said creek about one mile and a quar
ter above the mouth of said creek, to which
place he is about removing under a lease from
Alex. Young. This bridge is now owned and
kept by said Young as a toll bridge near the
mouth of said creek.
ELEAZER GILSON.
Oct. 29. 29-td*
REMO VAE.
J. A. McCRAY Sr CO..
AVE REMOVED TO NO. 85, Sacrament,
street. Noy. 19. I m
Cl TV DKIG STOKE.
Opposite Rhodes 4- Lush's Express Office, Shasta.
n THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RES-
Yw pectfully inform the citizens of Shasta and
M the public generally, that he has lately
received ami keeps constantly on hand, a large
assortment of Drugs, Medicines. Patent Medi
cines, Perfumery, etc., consisting in part of the
following:
Seidlitz and Yeast Powders, Cream of Tartar,
Tartaric Acid, Soda, Borax, Hops, Osgood’*
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 ie
tail at reasonable prices.
Physicians’ prescriptions and orders from ad
jacent settlenents, will be promptly and accu
rately attended to. C. BOTHE.
marl- tf Druggist and Apothecary.
SHI’BTIiEFF’B DRK! STORE,
Main Street, Shasta.
CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FROM
yj Boston and New York, a large assortment
LSs of Drugs, Paints, Oils, &c., which at
wholesale will be found cheaper than has ever
before been offered in this market.
A full supply of patent medicines, among which
are the following;
Osgood's India Cholagogue, Sands’ Sarsapa
rilla, Old Jacob and S. P. Townsend’s Sarsapa
rilla. Perry Davis' Pain Killer, Wislar’s Balsam
of Wild Cherry, Ayres’Cherry Pectoral, Jaynes’
Expectorant, Hair Tonic and Alterative. Thomp
son's Eye Water, Turlington’s Balsam and God
frey’s Cordial.
Liniments. —Hayes’ Mexican Mustang, Hunt’s
Nerve and Bone, Steersand Liquid Opodeldoc.
Pills. —Lee’s, Moffat’s, \\ right’s, Brundreth’s,
Grafenberg’s, Jayne’s Sanative and Ague Pills.
my 14if BENJ. SHURTLEFF.
SAW til 1.1. TOK SAI.K.
THE UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF of the wa
termill, and a quarter section of land situ
ated about half a mile below Whiskey Creek,
on Clear Creek, is offered for sale os reasonable
terms. Also, three yoke of working oxen, two
lumber wagons, one horse, one mule team, two
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 land, and
under cultivation.
Any person desiring to locate in the above
business will do well in giving me a cull, before
purchasing elsewhere, as I am bound to sell ou
reasonable terms. Enquire on the premises.
N. FE KINGTON.
Clear Creek, Sept. 26, 18.')3. ol if
SANTA CLARA M 11.1.8 FI.OIR.
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
turnig out SUU i bags of their choice Flour
daily.
It affords much gratification to know that the
Santa Clara Flour, wherever introduced, has ta
ken the jilace 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 earned will
be sustained, anil that no Flour will leave the
Mill, fully branded, which is not in all respect*
equal to Haxall and Gallego.
Order* from the Country carefully
attended to.’
PATCH & CLAYTON, Agents,
92, Front street, Sau Francisco.
Nov. 5, 1853. 2m
AUSTIN HOTEL,
Weaverville.
THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD AN
nounce to his friends and the public at
large, that he has taken this favorite ho
tel, situated in the centre of the busines portion
of Weaverville, and formerly kept by Mr. Mes
sie. The “ Austin Hotel’’ is well furnished with
clean and comfortable bedding, and the Bar is
constantly supplied with
LIQUORS AND CIO AES
of the choicest brands.
THE TABLE, presided over by Mrs. Mc-
Laughlin, heretofore of the Upper Mountain
House, will always be furnished in the very best
manner that the market can afford.
Rooms suitable for fannies also furnished.
j. McLaughlin.
Weaverville, Nov. 5, 1853. nstf
111
TEHA.HA HOUSE.
Tehn inn, Colima County.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAMNG taken
charge of this well known establishment,
is determined to spare no expense or personal
exertion, to make it a pleasant stopping place
for the traveling public. His table 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 bo procured in this country. —
The house is also well furnished with excellent
beds. In short, every accommodation usually
met with in first-rate up-country hotels will be
found in this house,
There is a large stable upon the premises, al
ways well furnisned with an abundance of prov
uder for animals.
eir
CHARLES
Tehama, Colusa co,
CLIFFORD.
sep!7tf
NOTICE.
All persons indebted to drs.
Bricker & Bates are respectfully requested
to settle their accounts immediately, or they will
be left in other hands for collection.
J. BRICKER, M. D.
sepl7tf H. BATES, M. D.
E. I.EWIN & CO.
Watchmaker & Manufacturing Jeweler*
Next door to Adam's Sr Co's Express Office.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM their
friends and the public that they are again
on hand wi’h 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 and Chronometer work.
Clocks on hand for from $8 upwards. [au27tf
WANTED
Y THE SUBSCRIBER, A LADY TO take
charge of a first rate liotel at I reka. One
named would be preferred, or, if married,
i indispensable that she should Lave lio fam-
Oue having some experience in that bnsi
« preferred. For further particulars apply to
nnas J. Howe, Yreka, or to the Courier office.
NOTICE.
Doctor benj. shurtleff and j. r.
Gilbert are my authorised agents to trans
ect business for me during my absence from
California. A. S. BALDWIN.
Shasta. Sept. 26. 1853. ol 6m
DB. M. 8. HORME,
SURGEON DENTIST,
au27 tf Shasta, Cal.

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