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From, our Extra of Thursday last. Shasta, Oct. 23,1861. By overland mail, which arrived yester day morning, we obtain the followig later news from the East: The New Hampshire quota of troops is full, the first that has completed her levy of troops under the President’s proclamation. The Indian Agent for New Mexico has just arrived from that Territory, All the principal men of the Navajo Indians came in and made a treaty of peace with our Govern ment, with exception of those of Arizona, of whom a small force of Texans have posses sion, through the treachery of Col. Loring. — The Federal force there, under Col. Canly, who commands that Military Department, is from 1200 to 1500. The citizens have raised three full regiment. The people are loyal to a man. There were no disturbances on the Plains. The Indians were in the best possible humor, on account of receiving many presents. Early this morning a U. S. gun boat left this port in pursuit of the Nashville, [no dates] which is reported to have run the blockade at Charleston on the 12th. The Surveyor seized, this morning, the ship Naid, of New Orleans, just arrived from Liv erpool. The vsssel is partly owned in New Orleans. Washington, Oct. 16th—This forenoon a a detachment of 1000 men from Massachu setts 13th and Col. Geary’s Pennsylvania regiments, crossed the river at Bolivar and attacked the rebels, 1600 strong. After a sharp engagement, the Federal troops drove the enemy back from the river, capturing a 13-pounder. Our loss was six killed ; ene my’s loss unknown. The U. S. steamer Louisiana, which has been off Chinatogue Island, captured a dozen small schooners, which had no clearances, on the sth last. Pontiac, Oct. loth.—The enemy was dis covered approaching the bridge, about seven o’clock, by a picket, who gave the alarm, and our men, numbering forty or fifty, instantly prepared for action, although the force against us numbered 000, under the lead of Jeff. Thompson himself. They stood their ground, and from stone piles and otherplaccs of shelter did good execution. They were finally surrounded, however, and obliged to surrender. Their loss was one killed and two wounded. The rebel loss is five killed and four wounded seriously. Immediately after the surrender, the Federal prisoners were sworn by Jeff. Thompson not to bear arms against the South, and were released. The rebels then burned the bridge and speedily retreated. The Times’ dispatch says that it thinks the rebel army have fallen back entirely from the Hue o£_Manamas, and established a new line <>n the west side of tne Rappahannock, their right resting on Aquia Creek, and their left on the foot of the Blue Mountains. It is stated that the rebels have interpreted our preparations for a naval expedition, really covering a contemplated attack on them. ' f Baltimore, Oct. 17th.—Yesterday A. M., the rebels showed themselves on Bolivar llights. at Harper’s Ferry, and commenced an attack from artillery, with three com panies under Major J. P. Gould, stati >ncd on the north side of the Potomac. A con stant firing was kept up for some hours, when three companies of the Third Wiscon sin regiment crossed the river and forming into line, drove the enemy back and succeed ed in capturing one of their heavy guns.— They were, however, compelled to retreat, which they did in good order. They were vcinforced by other companies, and they then, with Col. .lohn Geary at their head, marched upon the enemy and after hard fighting, drove them from their position, and captured the .‘l2 pounder, a Columbiad. Our forces had three pieces of artillery, and these were firojl from this side of the river, until the enemy had retreated. The enemy bad seven pieces of artillery and 500 cavalry, together with their infantry, and was com pletely routed and driven back some three miles. Our loss, killed and wounded, 7, and the enemy’s is at least fifteen. Col. Ashley, who was at the head of the enemy, is among the killed. Rolla, Oct. 16. — A sharp shirmish took place on Monday morning, twenty miles this side of Lebanon, between two companies of mounted men belonging to Major Wright's battallion attached to Gen. Wyman’s com mand, and 130 rebel cavalry. Wright sur prized them by an attack on their rear, and completely routed them, killing 30, and ta king the same number of prisoners. Major Wright s loss was one killed and one wound ed. Jefferson City, Oct. 16th— A scout who arrived here to-night reported Price’s army on Sunday at Clintonville, Cedar county, five miles south of Papinsville, on the Carthage road. The whole army had effected the pas sage of the Osage, and is still in full retreat. New York, Oct. 17th— The fleet which aailed from this port on Sunday, arrived at Old Point, on Monday, causing great excite ment by its extensive character. A flag of truce came down from Norfolk the same day, I but Gen. Wool refused to receive it. SvßACrst. Mo., Oct. 17th,—Letters receiv ed here from Price's army state that Claib. Jackson is at present very dissipated, and bordering on the eve of delirium tremems. He often raves about camp like a maniac. Hono* Among ic.— When McCullough robbed the banks in Lexington, contrary to the advice of one of his Generals, he reversed an old saying, believing that it was better to be “ without Price" than “without money.” Only Two Parties.— The New York Tri bune says : “ Henceforth there can be only two parties in this country—the party of the Union, the War, and the Integrity of'the Re public. on one side, and the party of the grttt t Southern Conspiracy on the other." MISCELLANEOUS. NEW GOODS! oo e a oo i mm k A RE NOW RECEIVING a large and well se \_ looted stock of Fall and Winter, STAPLE AND FANCY Consisting in part of Ladies’ & Gentlemen’s Famishing Goods BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, <tc. R. ISAACS 4 BRO. offer great inducements to purchasers, as they buy CHEAP, FOR CASH, And sell at nominal rates. Purchasers are requested to call and exam ine for themselves before baying elsewhere. n. ISAACS & BRO., At the old stand, between Simon Scelig’s Segar Store, and A, Coleman and Co.'s Hardware Store. Shasta, Sept. 14, 1861. seUdf 0. & B. GETLESON Having now Receiv ed their FALL & WINTER STOCK! BEG TO INFORM THEIR PATRONS THAT THEY ARE STILL IN THE FIELD! AND BILL BE HAPPY TO MEET THEIR CASH CUSTOMERS, AT THEIR PLACE OF BUSINESS, WHERE THEY SELL AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES!! Shasta, Oct. 12, 1861. ol2:tf whiskyWekTotelT THIS well known place of resort has recently been thoroughly changed and improved, and is now under the management of Mr. George P. McGuire, who will give his personal supervision to the Hotel in all its departments. Tli© Tatol© will be supplied with the very best the market af fords, and will be served up in u careful style. The Beds and Bedding will he of the best quality, and carefully kept. At tached to the Hotel is a safe Corral, and stabling for Teamsteas and others with stock. GEORGE P. McGUIRE, Proprietor. Oct. 19. 1861. olU:tf FARMER’S MILLS, COTTONWOOD. I HAVE ON HAND, at the above mentioned Mills, and for sale, a superior article of Flour. Also, In lots to suit purchasers. Corn Meal. Chop ped Harley and Wheat, llran aud Middlings, and all kinds of Mill Feed. N. B.—The highest cash price paid for No. 1 Wheat. GEO. FURMAN. Oct. 19. mi. 019:2m* PROBATE NOTICE. In the matter of the Estate of Mary E. Smith, dec ,d Probate Court , Shasta County. August term , 1861. ON RENDERING AND FILING THE PETl tion of Dennis If. Dunn, administrator of the estate of Mary K. Smith, deceased, sitting forth that he has filed his final account of his administra tion upon said estate in this Court, and that there remains in his hands after paying a part of the nec essary expenses of administration, about the sum of $437, and that there arc outstanding debts and further expenses of administration amounting to considerable more than remains in his hands to pay with. He therefore prays, among other things, for an order of distribution of the residue of said estate among the creditors, in pursuance of the Law in such case made and provided. It is therefore ordered that all persons interested in the estate of the Said Mary E. Smith, deceased, be and appear before the Probate Court, of the County of Shasta, at the Court Room thereof, on Monday, the 28th day of OcU, A. D. 1861, at 11 o’clock A. M., of that day, thqi and there to show cause if any they have, why an order of dis tribution should not be made of the residue of said estate among the creditors; and it is further ordered that a copy of this order be published for four suc cessive weeks by a newspaper printed and publish ed in the town and county of Shasta. J. T LANDRUM. Probate Judge. Shasta, September 27th, 1861. 4w DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE is hereby given that the co-partnership heretofore existing between J, H. Spati and John Hccn, in the Brewery business in Shasta, was dissolved by the mutual consent of the parties, on the 19th of October, 1861. The outstanding busi ness of said firm is to be closed. The business will hereafter be carried on by J. R Spau. J. H. SPATZ. JOHN HENN. Shasta, Oct. 19, 1861. ©19:31 Dissolution of Co-Partnership. NOTICE is hereby given that the Co-part ship heretofore existing between Geo. P. Guire and Wm. E. Hopping, in the Butchering Mness, at French Gnlch, Shasta county, was •olved by the mutual consent of said parties on Ist day of September, A. D. 1861. The outstj mg business of said firm is to ha closed. fceruafter be carried on by William E. Hopping GEO, P. McGUIRE w v „ WM E HOPPING French Gulch, Oct JJ, l*«i, c Shasta Wholesale Prices Cnrreat Corrected Weekly. nour AX&nure. |Uin, X Y lalj Flour_ ."ioJljtiin,, Holland- 2a2i REMOVAL 2 G. C. SCHROTER Has removed to Charter Oak Hall, op poslte the Empire Hotel, WHERE HE WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE his old friends and customers call and exam ine his extensive Harness-making establishment. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in, and Manufacturer of, all kinds of Saddlery, And everything usually found in an establishment of this kind. Also, Sole, Calf Skiu, Harness and Skirting Leather. Orders from the country will be promptly filled, and upon the most reasonable terms. Shasta, Sept. 27, 1861. sep27 FREEMAN & SIMPSON'S MHNOLII WHISKY. The consumption and constantly increasing demand for the OLD MAGNOLIA WHISKY, confident that it must supercede all other forms of restorative liquors, combining as it does every clement of Purity, Strength, Palatability and llealthfulness, which should characterize a bever age suited to our age and country. We desire dealers and consumers to notice that upon every barrel and package of our GENUINE articles, our names arc branded in full: and also, that to each barrel and package is affixed OUR NEW CARD. With a view to prevent the succss of Impositions, Imitation and Counterfeits, we have discontinued the use of our former colored cut of the Magnolia Flower, and have substituted for it a Curd, con taining an engraving of “The Phenix Distillery on the Schuylkill River/* with our name printed in full. These various attempts to imitate and counterfeit our Whiskeys, are perhaps the best tributes to the high reputation which they have achieved. J&f* Inferior articles arc never [Signed] FREEMAN A SIMPSON. Phenix Distillery, on Schuylkill River, Philadelphia. S. C. SHAW, COG Frort Street. San Francisco. Sole Agent for Freeman k Simpson’s Old Mag nolia Whisky. Sheriff’s Sale. Charles Camden vs. G. C* S. Vali and Frank Crosby, In the District Court of the Ninth Judicial District in and for the county of Shasta. WHEREAS, by a decree of foreclosureo. aiort gage and order of sale, issued out of the District Court aforesaid, on the 21st day of August, A. D. 1861, in favor of Charles Camden and against the above named defendant, G. C. S. Vail, for the sum of seven thousand and eighty dollars ($7080), bcarfng interest from the 3d day of August, 1861, at the rate of two por cent, per month, and the further sum of five hundred and sixty-six dollars ($566). together with legal interest thereon from the waid 3d day of August, A. D. 1861, also cost of suit, tax ed at one hundred and sixty-four 70-100 dollars, fees, disbursements and commissions that may ac crue, it is ordered, adjudged and decreed that I sell, in accordance with the law in such case made and provided, the following described property, to wit: All the undivided one-half of the following lot or parcel of land, situate in the town and county of Shasta and State of California, and thus bounded and described, to wit: Beginning on the north-east line of Main street of said town, at the south corner of the brick building known as the “ Empire Ho tel /* thence north-westerly along the nerth-east line of said Main street forty (40) feet, to the west corner of said hotel; thence north-easterly, at right angles with said street, one hundred and forty foot, more or less, to a stake; thence south-easterly, par allel with said Main street, forty feet, to a stake: thence south-westerly. in a direct line, to the place of beginning. The said property being known as the “ Empire Hotel” lot and building, together with all and singular the tenements, hereditament and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. Notice is therefore hereby given that on Friday, the £Oth day of September, A. D. 1861, between the hours of 9, A. M., and 5, P. M., at the Court House door, in the town of Shasta. I will sell the above described property, or as much thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy the plaintiff*s demand, inscrest and costs, to the highest bidder, at public auction, for cash. JOHN S. FOLLANSBEE, Sheriff. By Wm. H. Angell. Ikpdcr Sheriff. Aug. 30. 1861. au3l:td The above sale is postponed until Thursday, the 10th October, 1861. at 2 o'clock. P. M. sell J. S. FOLLANSBEE, Sheriff. The above sale is farther postponed until Wed nesday, the 36th day of October, 1861, at t o'clock, P. M.’ 012 J. S. FOLLANSBEE, Sheriff. SHASTA UNION SEMINARY. THE next term of this Institute will eonueucs on MobuUj, October SO. under the fepensteadue. of Jndga J. T. Landrum and Prof. Q. K. 'Godfrey. MISS CARRIE A. HARRIS will here ebarga of the Famiaary. agitated hy cosa peteat twhere, ollJtX GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. THE COUNTRY IS SAFE! CUSHING & FRANCIS ARE still on baud to supply their customers with all kinds of CHOICE GROCERIES, At the Lowest Cash Prices, ...CONSISTING 0F... Fresh Provisions, LIQUORS, Fruits, Jollies, Dried Meats, * Smoked California Herring, Fresh Honey and Butter, AND Union Flour, Which we deliver free of charge, on short notice, with our Wagon. Also, a complete assortment of WHUF.T.TVR * WILSON'S SEWING MACHINES, With all the improvements, and at San Francisco Prices, adding Freight. We also have been appointed Agents for Messrs. Swinford A Knox, proprietors of the Spring Creek Saw Mill, To receive Orders for Lumber, make collections, 4c. forget to call and see for yourselves."tS?r sel4;tf CHEAP CASH STORE. THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully inform the people of the surrounding country that he is at the old stand of Gil* bert, Weatcott A Bartlett, where he will keep constantly on hand a good assortment of Family Groceries, M iners’ Stores, Wines, Liquors and Garden Seeds, and will buy and sell all kinds of Farmer’s Produce, or store and sell the same on commission, and do a general commission business. J. R. GILBERT. Shasta, March 1, 1 SCI. mrO;tf N. S. AK\OLD, DEALER IX GROCERIES,PROYISIONS& LIQUORS. Produce. J.&D. CALLAGHAN, New Fire-Proof Brick Building, Importers and Wholesale Dealers, KEEP CONSTANTLY ON hand a large assortment of Goods, Groceries And General Merchandise suitable for this market. Wc intend hereafter to do a CASH BTJSIHESS principally. Traders and Packers who purchase for Cash, will find it to their ad ran t age to give us a call—at CALLAGHAN’S BLOCK, SHASTA. J. CALLAGHAN. Pan Francisco. I). CALLAGHAN, Shasta. Shasta, March 1,1861. tnrB:tf For Sale. MTHE BRICK STORE, ADJOINING Hollub A Isaacs on the north, in the town of Shasta. For price and terms apply to A. Skillman, or mr9 WM. P. DAINGERFIELD. Reduced the Price. I HAVE OX HAND a small lot of PRIME SHOULDERS, which I would like to close out, and hare reduced the £riee to Fourteen Cents per Pound. JOHN KLOTZ, Washington Market. Phaala, July J 7,1861. j!27 AT PRIVATE SALE. THE well knows Boarding House at Buckeye, kept by Mr*. Cahow, is oSared for nh, togeth er with cows, cairee, pigs, chickens, *-c~, fat Caeh. j&29 gr**r*TßK FOR THE MABTA COnHIB. MISCELL A XEOUS. HARDWARE. hHi /"ts A. COLEMAN & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Iron, Shovels, Steel, Axe a, Nails, Rope, Agricultural Implements, And a complete assortment of everything belonging ° HARDWARE ESTABLISHMENT A. COLEMAN 4 CO., Bull, Baker A Co.’s uld stand, Main st., Shasta. March 9, 1861. mr9:tf WASHINGTON BREWERY LAGER BEER. m THIS INVIGORATING BEV erage. Lager Beer, of a superior qual ity, is constantly manufactured at the WASHINGTON BREWERY. and will be sold at the cheapest rate, for CASH, either by the Keg or Bottle. The Proprietors are determined to maintain the reputation of their establishment, by selling noth ing but a first rate article. Our Beer is wholly un adulterated wiih any poisonous substances. It is the pure extract of Malt and Hops. BEIIRLE A HOFFMAN. Shasta, March 1, 1861. mr9 PAINTS, OILS, VAPUVISHBa Window Glass & Paper Hangings. riNHE UNDERSIGNED ARE IN RECEIPT OF JL a large supply of the above named articles, which they offer for sale at the lowest market rates. House, Sign and Carriage Painting, GLAZING AND FAPIiR HANGING. From our long experience in all the above named branches, we hope to give general satisfaction, and request the patronage of the public. VAN SCHAICK £ ZORN. j. van sc ha irk*. [apl3:tf] n. corn. FOUR MILE HOUSE FOR SALE. THIS HOUSE is advantageously situated on the Weavervillc and Yreka roads, four miles from Shasta and two from Whisky towu. It is furnished in the most approved style, and ha- 5 all the modern improvements, and has a large and commodious Barn and Corral attached. The Orchard contains one hundred and twenty tree? bearing fruit, and the number can be very easily increased. There is also three hundred and twenty acres of valuable Land : also two Cows. Terms, CASH, and the sale to be complete. THOMAS ASHWORTH. Shasta, Sept. 15, 1861, se2l rtf BALING ROPEJND WIRE. A LARGE QUANTITY just receceived and for sale cheap, by A. COLEMAN A CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hardware. Nails,, Iron, Steel, Ac., mylB Main Street, Shasta. RED BLUFF ADVERTISEMENTS. SNEATH, BOARMAN & CC, nod Dixifr. Wholesale Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Clothing, Iron, Crockery, Steel, &c. AND AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF Quicksilver From the New Almadcn Mines. WE ARE CONSTANTLY RE (|f/j cciving Fresh Goods by every arrival from the Atlantic States, China and the East Indies. One of our Firm being always in the Market, and being also large purchasers for the Sacramento trade, we are enabled to sell Goods at such prices that the traders of Northern California can save the trouble aud expense of traveling to the Bay. by purchasing their supplies direct from us. mr9:f CROSBY & RIGG, (Successors to Miner & Jarnes,) FORWARDING AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Corn«r of Pine and High Streets, Red Bluff. L. crosby. [rayll:tf john rigg. . A. PIERCE- J. E. CHURCH. I. COMSTOCK. PIERCE, CHURCH & CO, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Brick Warehouse, mr9:tf RED BI^LFF. RANCH FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED OF fers for sale, upon reasonable terms, his Ranch and Fruit Garden, situated near the town of Buckeye. Upon the ranch are some 1,000 bearing Grape Vines, and 2,000 Fruit Trees of various descriptions. There is an abundance of water for irrigating purposes, and a wind mill attached. The Ranch contains 160 Acres, all of which can be cultivated. The above property can be bought cheap, for CASH. Applvto THOMAS O’SHEA. Buckeye, Sept. 30, 1861. os:lm* PEOBATE NOTICE. In the matter of the Estate of Samuel H. Bosh, late of Shasta County, deceased. 'VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE UNJ X v der&igned, Administrators of the above named* estate, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the sam* with the necessary vouchers, within ten months from the hrac publication of this notice, to the un-f iersigned, at the Probate Clerk’s office, in the town cod county of Shasta. And all persons indebted tol said estate ace hereby notified to make immediate? payment to the undersigned administrators. ELLA 0. DOSH. .ryn, CONMT * Fhasta- Pept yrtfc, 1881 iw STEAMBOATS AXD STAGES. NEW ARRANGEMENT, t^Et-CAI.IFOR.VIA STEAM NAVIGATION CO. The splendid and fast running Passenger Steamer “VICTOR,” CAPTAIN FOSTER, will leave Rea Bluffs for Sacramento, ererv TUESDAY and SATURDRY, on the arrival of the Stage from Shaata. TICKETS can be had at the Stage Offioe, Shaata. JAMES S. JOHNSTON, Agent. Office Cal. S. N. Co. Mar. 1, 18T1. mi 9 CALIFORNIA STAGE COMPANY DEPARTURE OF STAGES. For Bed Bluffs. Tehama. Chieo, ■ iIiISBS Oroville, MirysvilleandSacramento City, daily, at S, A. M. For French Oulch, Trinity Valley, Callaghan's Eauoh, Scott Valley, Yrek'a, Jacksonville, and through to Portland, Oregon, daily, its mediately after the arrival of the Marysville stage. For WeaverviUe—-Daily, at 6 i o’clock. OFFICE~At tlic Empire Hotel. mr» FRANK \V KEELER, Agent. LIVELY AXD SALE STABLES. EL DORADO LIVERY STABLE. THE UNDERSIGNED, IN CON noction with his Corral, has opened a Livery Stable, Next to Loag’s Brick Building, where at all times will be found. Feed, Horses and Carriages. D. H. DUNK. Sha?ta. Feb. Ist, 1801. mitd Empire STABLES AND CORRAL. Ift FINE AMERICAN HORSES, A FAM ily Carriage, and new Buggies to hire, cheap, for Cash. Particular attention paid to Stock on Lira it. mr;) F. B. CHANDLER. DRUGS AXD MEDICINES. SHASTA DRUG STOKE. FIRE-PROOF BRICK STORE, Awf door to A. Coleman d Co. Jf KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A full assortment ot‘ Drug-s, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Brushes, &c. mr9 BENJ. SHCRTLEFF. CITY DRUG STORE. Callaghan's Block, Shasta. Imports and offers for sale Drugs and Medicines, Patent Medicines, Porftimcry, LARD, SPERM AMD LINSEED OILS, Turpentine, Alcohol, &c. White Lead, Faint Brushes, 01« m, CHEMICALS, <Stc„ <kc. Prescriptions put up with the utmost care. mr9:tf GARDEN FOB SALE. TJiZ undersigned offers for sale their well improved Garden, containing about twenty acres, located on the south side of Clear Creek, op posite Horsetown. It has a good fence around it, a House, and 1000 Fruit Trees of every variety. Many of them bore the present year, ft has a water privilege that prevails the year round. Also, 25 Head of Cattle, 200 Head of Hogs. Also, a HORSE and WAGON. The above property will be sold cheap, for Cash, as the proprietors arc desirous of leaving. For fur ther particulars applv on the premises. sel4:tf ‘ CROWLEY A BRO. BILLIARD TAJUE FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED, having one more Table than’he has use for, offers it for sale upon ve ry reasonable terms. For further particulars, ap ply to HENRY BRILL. French Gulch, Oct. 3d, 1861. os:tf RANCH FOR SALE OR RENT. THE undersigned, being desirous to leave for the Atlantic States, offers his valuable Ranch for sale or rent, but would prefer selling. The Ranch is situated ou Huling’s Creek, on the Bald Hills and Arbuckle road, about seven miles from Horsetown. The Ranch is well calculated for two families Its location is one most healthy in the county, fever and ague never having been known in this vicinity. Attached to the Ranch is about 260 acres of good land, which I will sell in lota of from 40 to 60 acres, or the whole, as may be desired. For further particulars, apply on the premises, or at this office. JOSEPH PRYOR. Haling Creek, Aug. 29, 1961. au3l For Sale. THE undersigned offers for sale the undivided half of the Empire Ditch, conveying water down the north bank of Cotton wood. The above described property will be sold very low, if applied for soon. Inquire of J. W. ROMER. HorsetDwu, Aug. 13, 1861. aul JUST RECEIVED! THE HIGHEST PRICED Wines and Liquors ever brought to this market have just been re ceived. Families and Druggists, in need of a pure article of wines and Liquors, may at all times find them at my establishment. JOHN BALL, Shasta, March 1, 1861. mrfirtf BRIDGE LICENSE. NOTICE is hereby given, that the andersigaed will mehe application to the Board of Seper vieon of Sbaataaoaaty, Cab, at their next Meeting, for n renewal of license to heap a public toll bridge across Clear Creek, at the Tower Hon N. R. September 28, 18*1. METCALF. .... ...-aft A TEAR F«R THE SHASTA COrKttJ 85