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SHASTA CnimiKß.
SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE IT. IR7I
SCHOOL REPORT.
Report of Examination tor Private
School Term, ending June 10, 1871. —
M.S. Babcock, Teacher.
Those receiving above 95 per cent in all
studies,'*3 follows;
George Fowler, Joel Crocker, Katie
Burns, Eliza Welsh; 90 and above, Sarah
G rote fend, Ida Wills, Anna Chappell,
Julia Prehn, Daniel Hickey,Thomas Bax
ter; in Geography only, Susie Cadwelt,
Gertie Cadwell, Augusta Zorn, llettie
Pryor, -Florence Follansbee, James George,
Tlmmie Lynch, George Lynch, Charles
Shurtleff, Freddie Grotefend; in Spelling
200 trst words, Florence Follansbee miss
ed 1, Joel Crocker 4, Katie Burns 5, Kel
tic Pryor B,' George Fowler 10, Ellie Fol
lansbee 10.
Joel Crockor received prize for best in
the Examination, standing 97; George
Fowler the prize in Arithmetic, standing
98 ; in whole Examination 96.
Burns, prize in B Spelling class and Anna
Chappell in t A Spelling, each missing
none daring entire .term.
KILLED
On the 9th instant. Janies Bard shot and
killed Edward Stacy at his cabin on the
Sacramento below the mouth of Dog Creek.
Bard, the only witness, states that Stacy
shot at him first and that he killed Stacy
ia self-defense Bard presented himself
before Justice Knox for examination and
was on the plea of having acted
in self-defense. Coroner Schuler empan
neled a jury and held an inquest on the
body of Stacy, and the result was a verdict
that Stacy came to his death by a rifle
shot “deliberately fired” by Bard.
CONVENTION.
The Union Republican Convention met
in Shasta on Thursday, and nominated the
following county ticket: Assemblyman,
Thomas Greene; County Judge, Win. E.
Hopping; Sherifi, Win. Jackson; Clerk,
W. N. Guptill; District Attorney, J. W.
Brackett; Assessor, James I eary; Ad
ministrator, George Wilhelm; Superin
tendent of Public Instruction, W. L. Car
ter. The Convention was fully attended,
the utmost harmony prevailed, and the per
vading impression is that the ticket placed
in the field will receive the indorsement of
the majority of the voters of the county
at the polls. Messrs. John Souter, H. M.
Wilkinson, Grant I. Taggart and E. Vol
untine were selected as delegates to the
Stale and Congressional J’i.-trict Conven
tions. Full particulars next week.
TRINITY DELEGATES.
The Republican Convention of Trinity
county met in Weaverville on Wednesday
last. The following named gentlemen were
chosen delegates. J. F. Hoadley, C. E
Fader, 11. C. Wilt and W B. Lovett.—
They are pledged for Booth and Keed.—
In the primaries, the voters decided by a
vote of six or seven to one, to abandon the
“ Crawford plan,” and return to the Con
vention system of making nominations.
The lemocratic convention, held on the
same day, elected John Jackson, M. F.
Griffin and John McMurry. They will
support Governor Haight for re Domina
tion.
FOR STATE TREASURER.
The following resolution was unanimous
ly adopted by the Union Republican Con
vention of this county ;
Whereas, we have understood that Fer
dinand Bachr, our late fellow townsman,
is mentioned as a candidate for State Trea
surer on the Union Republican ticket, and
we knowing him to be long a consistent
Republican and qualified fur the position,
and fully realizing that our German fellow
citizens are entitled to a position on the
State Ticket hereby resolve :
That our delegates to the State Conven
tion are hereby instructed to use all hon
orable means to nominate Ferdinand Baehr
as a candidate for State 'I reasurer on the
Union Lepublican ticket.
CIRCUS.
Mile Jcal & Co’s Circus, organized in
Australia in 1868, will exhibit in Shasta
on Monday evening, June 10th. Among
the attractions will be Lucy Jeal the lady
Gymnast, Miss Linder Jeal, the sensation
rider, the Lowry Sisters, Dave Long, the
California favorite, the five Starr Brothers,
&e, &c.” For particulars, see small bills.
Price of adtaision, SI,OO ; children 50e;
pit 50c.
UON TRACT.
We learn from the Vallejo Recorder
that the California Pacific Railroad Com
pany have contracted with D. C. Haskins
lor the building of 145 miles of the exten
sion of that road, starting at Davisville in
Yolo County. The contractor is lo make
the surveys, construct the road bed, build
the bridges, and do everything to turn
over bis section in a complete coudition,
ready to l?y the track.„ .
SHOOTING.
A shooting affray occurred between s
couple of men who reside “up the road” a
few days ago, hut fortunately no one was
hurt. The matter was investigated before
J ustice Knox and rte parties discharged
oa the payment of coat.
All YING.
Ah Ying, who was sentenced to be
hanged on the 2d, obtained a further
lease of life through the exertions of his
counsel, J. W. Brackett. On application,
the Supreme Court ordered a stay of exe
cution until that tribunal decides as to
the correctness or incorrectness of the ar
raignment and trial of Ah Ying in the
District Gtmrt. * T"-’"* B ! ~~
PERSONAL.
We received a cal! on Wednesday from
Hon. L..Foulke who stopped hereon his
way from Yreka to Sacramento. Mr.
Foulke, on Monday, bid adieu to the bache
lor'state, and took unto himself a wife in
the person of the accomplished Miss Edson
of Yreka.' We wish them much joy.
HALL.
Warren Dunham will give a Ball at bis
Hotel in Igo- City on the 4th of July.
Ad'vsrtisment next week.
CHURCH,
"‘Bishop O’Connell will hold Divine ser
viceaf the Catholic Church, Shasta, on
SuTfday, June 25th.
The Northwestern States are welcom
ing immigrants with open hands. lowa
has an agent regularly employed, who has
just escorted some hundreds of Hollanders
to homes in that State. Norwegians are
also coming in rapidly, and this State, like
Minnesota, Wisconsin and others, is ab
so:bing all who come in with the utmost
complacency. This part of the Union
seems to be especially attractive for immi
grants from Northern Europe, including
Danes, Swedes, Norwegians, Dutch, and
also for Bohemians.
feherilPs* Sale,
By a decree and order of Sale issued out of the
District Court of the Third Judicial District of
the State of California in and fur the County of
Santa Clara in the action of Charles J. Brenham
and Mary Helen Hensley Executrix of the last
Will snd testament of Samuel J. Hensley deceased,
PlanlifTs VS,
Fannie W. Reading Administratrix of the Estate
of Pierson B. Heading deceased, Fannie W.
Reading, Anna Reading, AI iso Reading, Richard
Reading, Robert Reading, Fannie Reading, Jean
ette Simpson and her husband Robert Simpson
Et als defendants duly attested the 7th day of
June A. D. 1871—wherein I am commanded to
sell all that certain tract or parcel of Land, lying
iu tliQ County of Shasta in the State of California,
anti known us the Rancho Buena Ventura, or
Reading’s Rancho, for a particular description of
which reference is hereby made to the patent for
said Rancho, which is of Record in the office of the
County Recorder in and for the said County of
Shasta, in Book of patents pages 1,2, 3 4 5,6,
7, or, so much thereof as may be necessary to raise
an l satisfy the amountuf $30,717. 66 principal and
interest and interest, together with live
per cent for Counsel fees on foreclosure and all
costs of suit taxed at $241 29, and also the costa
and expenses of the sale thereof, Excepting how
ever and reserving from said sale so to be made as
ah resaid. All that part of said Rancho, which
is described as follows to wit : Commencing on
tl e North Bank of Cottonwood Creek at the point
where the West boundary line of said Rancho,
Buena Ventui a intersects said Creek in Section, or,
Subdivision 64, as shown on the private Survey
of said Rancho, made by the late P. B. Reading,
the map of which is of Record, in the office of tbe
County Recorder of said County of Shasta, and
runring thence down said Creek, on the North
bank thereof to the Sacramento River, thence along
up the West bank of the Sacramento River to the
point where the line betwe n fractional Sections
60 and 61 of the Survey aforesaid intersects said
River, thence S 42° 30' W following the line be
tween Sections CO and 61 and between Sections 59
and 62 an i 53 and 63 to the Western boundary
line of said Rancho, at which point Section 58,
63 and 64 Corner, thenca S 13° 45' E along said
Western boundary lino to an Establishe l Corner
in said line, and thence S 60° 30' E along said
Western boundary line to the place of beginning
on the North bank of said Co ton wood Creek,
which saidpnrt of said Rancho is hereby set apart
and reserved from sale as and for the Homestead
received in and by said Mortgage.
And it is further ordered, adjudged and decreed
that the defendants and all persons claiming under
them or under the said Pierson B. Reading, do-
subsequent to the 15th day of March A. D.
1866. be and they are hereby barred and foreclosed
of in and to the s.dd Mortgage Premises and every
part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances.
Notice is therefore b C rcby given that on Satur
day the Bihday of July, A. D. 1871, at 10 o’clock
A. M. at the Court House door in the Town and
County of Shasta, State of California, I will sell
the said ahovo described Property as herein set
forth, to the highest bidder, at Public auction,
for Gold coin of tho United States.
THOMAS (SREENE, Sheriff.
By WM. JACKSON, Under Sheriff.
Dated this 17th day of June A. D. 1871.
Notice to whom it may Concern.
U. S. Land Offic, Shasta, Cal., )
June 14th 1871. /
In the matter of Pre-emption claim of Jacob
White to the E J ofN W and WJof N E }
of Section No 21 Township No 30 North Range
6 West Mount Diablo Base and Meridian :
Whereas Jacob White of Horsetown P. O.
County of Shasta State of California, has made
application to this office to enter as agricul
tural land the tract of land above described
under the Pr-emption laws of the United States,
and whereas on the 24th day of January, A. D.
1859 John W. Williams Filed in the U. S.
Land Office at Marysville an affidavit alleging
the said land to be mineral in character and
I more vduablefor mineral than agricultural
purposes, Now Therefore notice is hereby
given to all whom it may concern that the un
dersigned have appointed 25th d«y of July
A. D. 1871 s»t 2 o’clock P. M. at the U. S.
Land Office in the town and county of Shasta,
State of California, as the time and place for
the bearing of testimony before the Register
and Receiver of said office to determine the
facts as to the mineral or non-mineral charac
ter of said laud, at which time and place all
parlies in interest, with their witnesses, may
be heard, and their testimony reduced to writ
ing: after which the proceedings will be sub
muted to the Commissioner of the General
Laud office for review prior to a final award.
And in case of a failure to appeal and show
the land to be more valuable for mining than
for agricultural purposes, the said applicant
will be allowed to enter the laud embraced in
his application upon * satisfactory proof that
said land is more valuable for agricultural than
for mineral purposes, and that the said appli
cant has folly complied with the requirements
of the Pre-emption laws.
JOHN S. FOLLANSBEE Register.
CHAS McDONALD Receiver.
DlliD.
At Logan’s Ranch in this connty on the 3d
n3 < • Harry, sun of J. Logan, age 5 years and
■I months.
M. S. BABCOCK,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
SHASTA CAL.
Hatton »t Tiob ato made a .
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT TO A
PLACER MINING CLAIM.
United Stated Land Office, Shasta, California*
June 7ih, 1871.
Dennis Pender having filed bis application in this
office for a Patent to a Mining Claim, and the law
and instructions in such cases provided, having
been Complied with. It is hereby ordered that the
annexed Notice of such Application be published
for ninety days, in the Shasta Courier, a News
paper published nearest the location of said claim
at, Shasta in Shasta County, State of California.
JOHN S. Register.
VTOdiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to whom it
X N may concern, that an application has been
made by Dennis Pender, a Naturalized citizen of
the United States to the Government of the United
State?, for a Patent to the following described Gold
bearing Placer Mining Claim, viz: known us the
Dennis Pender Claim on Jackass Hill, situated in
Texas Springs Mining District, in Shasta County.
State of California, being hounded by the raining
claim of Thomas J. Alber on the East, and on the
North, West and South by vacant unclaiiuc 1 Gov
ernment land, (no other claims located near to this
claim) and more particularly described as follows,
to wit: on surveyed lav.d being the SE4 of the
N W Quarter of Section 30, Township 31 North,
Range 5 West Mount Diablo Base and Meridian,
in the District of lands subject to sale at Shasta,
California, and containing 40 acres, according to
government Survey, said claim being still more
particularly described in the diagram posted and
filed with said application.
All persons holding any adverse claim therto are
hereby required to present the same before the
Register and Receiver of the United States for
Shasta Land District, at Sha*la, California, with
in ninety days from the first day of publishing and
posting hereof.
Dated Shasta, June 6th, 1871.
DENNIS PENDER, Applicant.
NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
U. S. Land Office, Shasta, Cal., \
sth June, 1871. J
To Robert Borg, Philip Hiller, Hugh McCracken,
Schurer Bcrnbar j, Jamos Watson, William Walsh,
Adolph Minnville, and William Boatright:
Whereas, on the day of July, A.D. 1870 you
filed your affidavit in the U. S. Laud Office at
Marysville, California, alleging that the N 4 of the
S W 4 an< * the 8 E 4 of the N W 4of Section 27,
and the N E 4 of the S E Quarter of Section 28, in
Township 31 North, Ringe 5 West Mount Diablo
Base and Meridian, to be mineral in character, and
more valuable for mining than for agricultural
purposes; and Whereas, Daniel Russell McLaugh
lin did on the 21st day of April A. D. 1870, file in
the Register’s office of the Marysville District his
Declaratory Statement cla ming the same land, as
agricultural in character, and more valuable for
agricultural than for mining purposes, and whereas
said D. R. McLaughlin has applied to enter said
land : Now, Therefore, you will please take notice,
that under and by virtue of instructions from the
Commissioner of the General Land Office, dated
June 2d. 1868, we have fixed the 15th day of July
A. D. 1871, at 10 o’clock A. M., at this office, be
fore the Register and Receiver, for the hearing of
proofs as to the mineral or agricultural character
of said lands ; and it said lauds hove been occu
piel for agricutural purposes, and improved as
such, before the 26th of July, 1866, the burden of
proof will be upon the party seeking to established
its mineral character ; at which time and place you
may appear, if you see proper, and offer such
proofs as you may have to sustain the allega
tions contained in your said affidavit.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my
band and affixed my seal of office, the day and year
first above written.
JOHN S. FOLLANSBEE. Register.
SHASTA COUNTV
DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
Notice is hereby given that in accordance with
the act ion of the Shasta County Democratic Cen
tral Committee, at their meeting held in Shasta on
the 18th inst., a Delegated Convention of the Dem
ocrats of Shasta County is called to meet at the ;
Court House in Shasta on Sarurday, the 17th day
of June next at 10 o’clock A. M. for the purpose
of nominatin' County Officers, delegates to the
State, Congressional, and Senatorial District Con
ventions, a County Central Committee, and to
take such other action as may be deemed necessary
for the promotion of Democratic principles.
The voters of the County will meet at the usual
places of holding elections for eat h precinct on
Saturday, the H'th day of June nex . ami elect
delegates to said Convention in accordance with
the apportionment, baaed upon a ratio of one Del
egate fur each precinct, one fur every 20 v.>tes,
cast at *he last Presidential election f«»r Seymour
and Blair, and one for every fraction of 20 votes.
In order to entitle a voter to participate in the ;
election of Delegates to said Convention, he should
l*c a legal voter of the County on the day of the
next election, and express an intention t-» support
the Democratic Nominees, State and C -unty, at ;
the ensuing election.
Delegates a v .apportioned to tho several precincts:
Precincts No. of Delegates
Shasta 5
Whisky town 2
Middletown 2
Lower Springs .....
Muletown
French Gulch
Tower lit use
Dog Cieek
Portuguse Flat
Fort Crook
Burney Valley....
Round Mountain.
Copper City
Churntown
Buckeye
North Cow Creek.
Millville
Parkville
Shingletown
Ludwig’s Bridge.
Texas Springs
Am *rican Ranch
Eagle Creek
Piety Hill
Horse town
Chicago
Arbucklc
Bald Hills
Roaring River...
Janesville
2
.2
.3
.2
2
o
2
,2
2
o
*4
.3
2
.5
.3
.3
2
2
2
2
1
2
.2
.2
.2
J. VAN SCHAICX. Chairman.
J. E. PELHAM, Secretary.
Notice to whom It may Concern.
U. S. Land Office, Shasta, Cal., \
June 14th 1871 /
In the matter of the Pre-emption claim of
Lovelace McClanahan to the S. E} of Section
No 21 Township No 30 North Rang 6 West
Mount Diablo Base and Meridian :
Whereas Lovelace McClanahan of Horse
town P. O. County of Shasta State of Cal.,
has made application to this office to enter as
agricultural land the tract of land above des
cribed under the pre-emption I iws of the U.S,
and whereas on the 24th day of January A. D.
1859 John W. Williams Filed in the U. S.
Land Office at Marysville an affidavit alleging
the said land to be mineral in character and
more valuable for mineral than agricultural
purposes. Now Therefore notice is hereby given
to all whom it may concern that the under
signed have appointed the 25th day of July
A. D. 1871 at 10 o’clock A. M. at the U. 8.
Land office in the town and county of Shasta,
State of California, as the time and place for
the hearing of testimony before the Register
and Receiver of said office to determine the
facts as to the mineral or non-mineral charac
ter of said land, at which lime and place all
parties in interest, with their witnesses, may
be heard, anl their testimony reduced to
writing ; after which the proceedings will be
submitted to the Commissioner of the General
Laud office for review prior to a find award.
And in case of a failure to appear and show
the land to be more valuable for mining than
for agricultural purposes, the said applicant
will be allowed-to enter the land embraced
in his application upon satisfactory proof that
gaid land is more valuable for agricultural than
for mineral purposes and that the said appli
cant has fully complied with tbe requirements
of tue Pre-emption laws.
JOHN S. FOLLANSBEE Register.
CHA9 Receiver.
NOTICE TO WHOM IT 31 AY CONCERN.
U. 8. Land Office, Shasta, Cal., )
sth June, 1571. J
To Robert Borg. Phillip Hiller, Hugh McCracken,
Pchuror Bcrnhnnl, James WaUon, William Walsh,
Adolph Minnrille and William Boatright:
Whereas, on the— day of Jn-y A. D. 1870. you
filed jour affidavit in the U. S. Land Office at
Marysville. California, alleging that the S $ of the
SW 4 Section 27. tho SI! sof the SE4 of
Section 28. and the N W 4of the N W Quarter of
Sec. 34 in Township 31 north, R 5 w s‘ Mt Dirb o
Base and Meridian, to be mineral in character, and
more valuable for mining than fur agricultural
purposes, and, Wbor-as, Alexander iiuisy did on
the 21st day of April A. I>. 1870. file in the Regis
ters oflicc of tho M ir/avilb DL-trict his Declarato
ry Statement claiming the same land, as agricul
tural in character, and more valuable for agricul
tural than for mining purpose-, and Whereas said
Alexander Ilulsy has applied to enter said land :
Now Therefore, you will please take notice, that
under and by virtue of instructions from the Com
missioner of the General Land Office, dated June
2d, 1868. we have fixed the 15th day of July A. D.
1871, at 10 o’clock A. M., at this office, before the
Register and Receiver for the hearing of proofs as
to the mineral or agricultural character of said
lands ; and if said lands have been occupied for
agricultural purposes, and improved as such, be
fore the 26th of July, 1860, the burden of proof
will be upon the party seeking to establish its
mineral character ; at which time and place you
may appear, if jou see proper, and offer such proofs'
as you may have to sustain the allegations con
tained in your said affidavit.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed my seal of office, the day andyear
first above written.
JOHN S. FOLLANSBEE. Register.
FDMra STORE!
JN. CHAPPELL WOULD RESPECTFUL
• ly inform the people of Shasta and the
County generally, that he has just received, and
will keep constantly on hand, one of tho largest
and best assorted stock of goods ever kept in this
market, consisting hi part of
B E D DING,
% FURNITURE^!
CROCKERY,
French China,
GLASSWARE,
HISA
sctaiLass
muL
N 5 WAAt/
STONEWARE,
WOODEN
AND
Wi 1 low-ware,
BIRD CAGES, COAL OIL, LUCINE, LAMPS,
including the splendid Orient Argand Kerosene
Burner, Ac,, .to., all of which ho offers for sale,
and hopes t-* merit the patronage of the commu
nity at large hy his attention to bu?inoss and low
prices. . [my 13.
THIS NEW FOOD.
i -Naas a
m.
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if *••**&&
For a few cents yon can buy
cl year Grocer or Druggist a
package cf SEA MOSS FAFJNE
made from pure Irish Moss or
Carrageen, which will make
sixteen quarts cf Plane Mango,
and a like qaanti y cf Puddings
Custards, Creams, Charlotte
Husso, £c. It is the cheapest,
healthiest and most delicious
food iu the world. It makes a
splendid Dessert, and has no
equal as a light and delicate
food for Invalids and Children.
A Glorious Change!!
r j IHZ GRKAT WOIIL.D’S TOXIC.
Plantation Bitters.
This wonderful vegetable re
storative is the sheet-anther of
the feeble and debilitated. As a
tonic and cordial for the aged
and languid, it has no equal
among stomachics. As a remedy
for the nervous weakness to
v, iiich women arc especially sub.
it is superseding every other
stimulant. In ail climates, tropi
c *!, t aipeiatc, or frigid, It acts
as a (peciCe in every species of
disusder w!>lch undermines the
h odity strength and breaks down
the animal spirits. For sale by
all drugttiste.
August 13th, 1870. ly-
Young ladies io lowa select shoes in
company with their beaux. They always
ti.k«*>No 2s, and exchange them next day
for-No. 5s
LATEST ARRIVAL!
v *
NEW SPRING & SUMMER
STOCK!
►3
fl. WEIL &
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• *«l>'<»«v fll >
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS
aE
tti
Main Street Shasta.
Take pleasure in announcing to the Ladies
Gentlemen of Shasta county, and
public in general, that
they have made
LARGE ADDITIONS
OF FRESH AND DESIRABLE GOODS
Of their Own Importation,
To their already extensive stock of Merchandise
on hand.
Their Goods will be selected in San
Francisco by
A COMPETENT BUYER OP'TUE FIRM.
And they have also made arrangements to
Import a portion of their Goods
DIRECT FROM THE EASTERN STATES
Which enables them to offer
SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS TO
3?urclias©rs
AND
Country Traders,*
Who w 11 find their Stock one of the
Best Selected and Extensive,
As well us
CHEAPEST 2
North ol Sau Francisco.
They keep on hand a
LARGE ASSORTMENT
'......0P...
STAPLE AND FANCY
SPRING & SUMMER
DRY GOODS
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladies’, (leiitlrmen’s and Boys’
HATS AND CAPS,
Carpets, Oil Cloths,
GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS,
In great variety;
Fancy Dress Goods,
DUCK
„ * ' *
Crockery, Wavy Revolvers, &c.
FRESH GOODS RECEIVED
EVERY WEEK.
They hope to receive a continuation of the pat.
railage heretofore extended to the farm, and. will
endeaver to merit the same.l
O. WKH. dk «r>.
Pbarta, April I, 1871- .
SPUING & SUMMER
STOCK!
NEW GOODS!
NEW GOODS !
. v AT ..
J. ISAACS’
PIONEER
STORE!
MAIN STREET, SHASTA.
r
ON HAND AND CONSTANTLY RECEIVE
ing all kinds of
Olotliiii"*,
...AND...
Dry Goods,
Suitable for present season and at prices to suit
purchasers.
Carpeting, tlue quality, beautiful designs and
low prices.
Wall Paper, a large assortment at low figures.
Crockery and Glassware, a varied assort*
rcent and best quality.
Cadies and Children’s Shoes of all stylos.
Fancy Goods of all kinds and at very low prices.
Call and Examine and you will ba
sure to Purchase.
J, ISAACS, Pioneer Store.
THE SHASTA AND WEAVERVILLE
XT
MAIL
...AND...
Express nine!
GRANT I. TAGGART, Proprietor.
SPRING & SUMMER ARRANGEMRNT.
The Stages of the above Line, carrying the U.
S. Mail, and Wells. Fargo A Co.'s and Union Pa
cific Expresses, will, until further notice, leave
Shasta every
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday,
AT 7 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
And returning will leave Weavervillc.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
AT 7 O’CLOCK A. M.
Office in Shasta—At the Empire Hotel,
JOHN CRADDOCK, Agent.
Office in Weaverville—At the New York Hotel,
JAMES MORRIS, Agent.
Shasta, June 19, 1869. jel9.
BEE Wm HIVE
SALOON &, READING ROOMS,
OPPOSITE TUB COURT HOUSE,
Main Street, Shasta.
This old established house keeps
constantly on hand a choice selection of
Brandy, Whisky, Rum, Gin, Sherry Wine.
Port Wine, Claret Wine, and a select
ion of the dlflcrent brands of Cham
paign, English Ale & Porter In
Bottles or Draught, W’inth
ringham’s Crab Apple
Cider, aud Ramsay’s
Islay Whisky.
F* hysiclans
can rely on having their orders promptly attend
ed to and with such Liquors as arc calculated for
Medical purposes.
Charles McDonald.
Shasta, Jan. 14, 1870. tf.
( Established in 1852. )
E. LEWIN & CO.,
Importers of Watches and Man
ufacturers of Jewelry !
THE PIONEER ESTABLISHMENT OF NOR
THERN CALIFORNIA I
(At their old stand in Shasta, Eagle Hotel build
ing. In San Francisco, 649 Sacramento street.)
WE KEEP ALWAYS ON
band a good assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
Foreign and American j
Diamonds,
Silverware, of San Francisco make,
Chains,
Jewelry, Imported A oar own manufacture
which we intend to sell at very low rates, to suit
the times.
Repairing of Watches and Jswalry done in a
woTKina i- •«€ manner and at reasonable prices.
Crier nr lew Jewelry and Diamond work o
latest fashion are taken here and executed with
dispatch in our manufactory at San Fraocieeo un
der the supervision of Mn. BAEHE. ,
Gold Dost and County Warrants
booght and highest market rales paid therein
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