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SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1872. NOTICE. ALL transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. All Job-Printing will be accompanied by bill for collection when the work is delivered. Our old books are fml and we don’t intend to purchase new ones. Railroad Land?. —We are advised by an officer of the Central Pacific Railroad Company that an association of Pastern and European capitalists are negotiating for the purchase of all the odd sections of land which may fall to the Company in Shasta County, said association having in view the settlement of these lands by Eastern and European colonists The same parties, in the event of making this purchase,) repose to construe' canals taking water out of living streams lor the irriga tion of said lands. In case this sale is made and canals dug, it will be a big thing for Shasta County. It will add greatly to our popula tion, assessment roll, and general prosperity) and there is every assurance that the sale will bo made as soon as certain monetary preliminaries are arranged with parties in Liverpool and New York, although the actual transfer will not be made for some time to come. Prisoners. —The two men in jail on charge of breaking into Voluntine’s store are up to a trick or two when they try their hand. Chas. Earaes recently constructed some new shackles which he defied any sharp to unfasten. These shackles were placed on the prisoners mentioned, and last Sunday they became disgusted at the idea of wearing such jewelry, and unlocked the shackles with a wooden stick about the size of a pen-holder, and laid them aside.— About that time Under Sheriff Kennedy paid them a visit, and thereby probably pre vented them from taking a little walk into the country. Since that their irons have been riveted on, and Eames has concluded not to apply for a patent for his new style shackle just yet. School Report. Report of Shasta Gram mar School tor the month ending May 28th, 1872. Whole number enrolled 30. Average number belonging 30. Average daily atten dance 28. Percentage of attendance on whole number belonging .93. Roll of Honor. Scholarship—Cbas. Short leff. Freddie Orotefend, Gussie Grotefend,' George Ricking, Timntie Lynch, Jas. Isaacs, George Fowler, Louisa IB fflpfinger. Josie Litsch, Anna Chappell. Augusta Zorn. Eliza Welsh. Su«ie Cadwell, Gertie Cadwell, Hannah Wright, Amelia Grotefend, Mary Brennan, Flora Chauncy, Katie Burns. De. portment Freddie Grotefend, Josie Litseh, Anna Chappell, Katie Burns, George Fowler,, Charles Shurtleff. L. K. Grim. Teacher. Fire. —Last Tuesday a fire broke out in Wm. Rcdaker's house, situated on the Sac ramento below Hughes’ ferry, and the flames soon extended to the barn, complete ly destroying both buildings and their con tents. Twovalualle horses were burned to death and considerable lay destroyed along with the barn. Redaker was at work in the field some distance from the house when he discovered the fire, and it was un der full headway before he noticed it. Loss probably in the neighborhood of fifteen hundred dollars, and no insurance. Accidents.— While exercising at the Shasta Skating Rink on the evening of the 25th, Master Tim Lynch fell and broke one of his arms. On Sunday afternoon, as Frank I. Gage was picking cherries from a tree in Sweet ser’s Garden at Lower Springs, the limb on which he was standing broke off, and while in the act of falling, he caught hold of another limb with one hand and the weight of his body coming suddenly on his arm dislocated it at the shoulder. Sold Oct. —Michaelson & Litsch have sold their store at Lewiston to M atson & Brown, and we understand that the new proprietors have decided to purchase their supplies of D Weil & Brother, just as the ol 1 firm did. Goods can be bought cheaper at wholesale in Shasta than in any other town this side of San Francisco. Railroad - —The road is now graded to the American ranch, and the grading forces are making good time for Bell’s on Clear Creek, to which point the grad'ng will probably be finished next week. The bridge across Cottonwood will bo comple ted in a few days Barn. — W.-Dunham has lately erected a new barn and Corral, which he proposes to run in connection with his hotel at Igc. Dunham is an enterprising man, a go< d landlord, and deserves success. Hope he will meet with it. See his advertisement Ball and Supper. —W. Dunham wil’ give a grand ball and Supper at his hotel in Igo City on the 4th of July. Advertise ment will appear, in due time. Court. — Couaty Court is now in ses iion, and the cases of the men charged with robbing Volantinc’s store are up for ditpewl. Great Cures Without Medicine.— Dr. Darrin, the Jlagnetic Healer, at 128 Kearny street, San Francisco submits the following names of persons cured and bene fitted by animal magnetism : Eddy Slos son, 23 Stockton st., deafness and dis charge of the ear three years effects of scarlet fever; Mrs. Sheldon, Harrison sf., between Fifteenth and Sixteenth, cancer on her father’s face; R. F. Christy, Ful ton Iron Works, Fremont st., pain in his side and dyspepsia six years; Mr. Judd, 118 Ellis st., dyspepsia and neuralgia; Mrs. Jenkins, 32 Couth Park, heart disease and numbness in the whole side; Mr. Orndoff's girl, 331 i Eddy; st., catarrh; Mrs. Rathbun’s child, 3124 Clementina st.. scrofulous lumps on the neck ; E. Jones, 18 Irederick st, liver complaint a dyspep sia ; Mrs. S. A Root, 69 Minna st., asthma thirty years ; Mrs. I'. A. Smith. Stockton, bronchitis and cough ; F. B. Coakley, 26 Fourth st., sciatic rheumatism and par alysis ; Thomas Ridge, 22 Second st., Saint Vitus dance; F. Beckman, 8 Polk st, polypus or tumor in the nose ; W, S. Dibble’s child, 113 California st., deafness cured iu one week ; Capt. Dingley, Pier 19 Steuart st., dyspepsia and liver com plaint; also, one of his men was cured of a cancer with one treatment; A Nunn, corner Center and Eighth st., Oakland, sciatic rheumatism ; Mrs. H. R. Fraser’s daughter, 31 Stanford st., paralyzed arm ; W. Z. Stone and daughter, Alamo, deaf ness seven year; Mrs. P. Johuton, 156 Silver st; tumor in the side; Mrs Morey 726 Clementina st., neuralgia of the heart and genera! debility; John Creed, 38 Mission st., abscess on the head; Mrs Norton, Napa, confusion and ringing in the head and ears; Mrs 11. Andrews, 598 Market st., cough and lung troubles ; also, her son, polypus in the nose; M. J. App, 128 Kearny st., catarrh and ringing in the ears; L. P. Fisher, room 21 Mer chants’ Exchange, can be referred to iu regard to the cure ot his wife of spinal complaint; Mis M Wahl, ovarian tumor; B. N. Bacus, city, piles and constant head ache ; besides a score of other’s. Office hours, 9 A M. to SP. M.; Sunday, 10 to 12. Examination and donsultatiou free. — [San Francisco Call THE WORKING MEN’S CONVENTION, ITS PL A I'EOKM—THE NOMINATION OT GRANT AND WILSON. New York, May 26th.—The National Workingmen’s Co vention, to nominate candidates for President and Vice Ptesid unt of the United States, met herein ac cordance with the callof the Workingmen’s '’’entral Union ot New York. The Con vention was called to order by Colonel H Edmond, who was elected Chairman. The usual committees were appointed. A call of the roll showed delegates to be from thirty States, to the number of over 200. A permanent organization was effected by the election of Colonel Gibbons, of New York, as Chairman. Colonel Gibbons, on taking the chair, eulogized President Grant’s recent action in regard t) the eight-hour law. He reviewed Grant’s policy, and and he was the only man that could be trusted by the working classes. .Resolutions were report ed embodying the tollowing piinciples: Reduction of the National debt, settle mem of the Alabama claims, enforcement of the eight hour law, low rates of interest, encouragement of ship building, giving the United States mails exclusively tc Ameri can built vessels, any sympathy with na tions struggling under oppression. F. McGee, of New York, recommended Piesident Grant lor nomination. The Missouri delegation recommended Greeley. On taking a ballot, Grant received 204, and Greeley 5. 'I he nomination was then made unani tnous. The lion. Henry Wilson, of Massachu setts, was then nominated for Vice Presid ent. The following was the ballot on Vice President: Wilson 160; Edwin Jargot. 25; Colfax, 21. Grant and Wilson were then notified by telegraph ol their nomination. A committee was appointed to prepare an address to the workingmen of the Uni ted States. A motion was adopted to hold a ratifica tion meeting at the Cooper Institute. New York, May 25th. — Gerritt Smith s letter, for Grant unconditoaally, and Wendell Philips’ fof Grant rather than Greeley, together with tl e overwhelming defeat of the Greeley candidate for Mayor of Petersburg (Vs ,) by the regular Re publican nominee, have seriously dis composed the supporters of the Cincinnati movement. The Revenue Reformers seriously talk of nominating Adams, in anticipation of his indorsement by the Democratic Con vention. Terre Haute, May 25th.—D. W Voorhees addre.-sed about three thousand persons at t ourt-bouse square, this even ing, on the present aspect of the political affairs of the country. He explained and defended his recent speech in the House of Representative at Washington, strongly opposed the indorsement of Greeley by the Baltimore Convention, and advocated the nomination of a straight Democratic ticket. Democratic. —The attention of the Democrats of the county is directed to a call for a County Convention to be held on the 15th instant. Saloon —G. R. Knox has re fitted and renovated his saloon throughout, and it is now one of the finest establishments of the kind in Northern California. On a Visit.— -Mr. and Mrs. Grant I. Taggart are visiting old friends and ac quaintances in Shasta at present. Coming. —Morrell’s Comedy Troupe will give an entertainment in Shasta on the evening of June sth. Line Between Siskiyou County, and Shasta & Lassen Counties.—A bill passed the last Legislature, providing for running the line between this county on the one side and Shasta and Lassen counties on the other. The line to be run commences at Castle Rock and runs thence due east to the State line. The officers of Lassen county believe, or pretend to believe, that the line when surveyed will be estab lished several miles farther north than where it is now recognized to be. In 1861 L S. Rice, County Surveyor of this county, an( l Lino, County Survey of Shasta county, were appointed by the Boards of Supervisors of their respective counties to run out and establish the line between the fwc counties. During that summer they met at Castle Rock, and commcncingthere. Run the line thence ea-t as far as Fall River 1 alley. Ic their report they state that they found the line between the two counties to correspond exactly with the line between townships 38 and 39 of the United States surveys. If they were cor rect in this statement —and we have no reason to doubt that they were—we hardly think Lassen will make anything by the running of the line which she has asked for. Along through Big Yallley, the line between townships 38 and 39 is now recognized as tne dividing line between the two counties. Heretofore the southern part of Surprise Valley has been conceded, by the officers of this county, to be in Lassen county, and the officers, revenue and otherwise, of that county, have been permitted to exercise jurisdiction there without question. Mr. Minto, however, who was engaged last year surveying f r the Governm nt in that section of the county, has informed us, that if the line between the two counties corresponds with the line between sections 38 and 39 of the U. S. surveys, no part of Surprise Valley is in Lass, n county. But whatever m y be the effect of runnit g the line on the territory heretofore supposed to belong to the one or the other county, we hope to see the survey speedily made, and the line established by competent authority. When this is once done, persons will no longer have the pretext for refusing to pay their taxe- that thiy are not demanded by the officer of tbe proper county. —[Vreka Union. Did He?—Henry Dead is the fastidious editor of a certain western paper. Upon a late electioneering tour he slept at a farm house with two others in the same bed, and the next morning the daughter of the lady of the house, inquired how they slept. “First rate,” answered one, “I slept behind, Bill slept before, and Henry Bead in the middle.” “Did he ?” exclaimed Busan. Three hundred thousand acres land in Solano, Alameda, Sonoma, Yolo, Sutter, Colusa and other countits has been lately sold to a London corporation for 83,000,- 000, which is to be used for the purpose of colonizing European agriculturists. Small but, ailive boot-black to a wearer of thirteens—“ Say boss, ha' me black your hoots? Doit tor five cents an acre, and warrant it done before sundown.” The n«e of Hull’s Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer not only restores the hair to its natural color, but giv»s it a soft and healthy look. Advertisements.—Read the nc.v ad vertisements which arc sptinkled tbreugh our columns. FOR SALE. The undersigned offers his house and garden in Shasta for sale, and if not dis posed of at private sale before the 15th day of June, he will sell it on that day at public auction. A. LESCUINSKY. Shasta, June Ist, 1872. LUMBER ! OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS —AT THE— SPRING CREEK SAW MILL, WOODARD, GRIFFIN & SIKES, Proprietors. ORDERS FILLED AT ANY point on the Sacramento River from the mill down to Colusa, or by team to any point iff the River.— Persons wanting good lumber will d<» well to give us a call, as we s* II at the most reasonable prices. Spring Creek, June Ist, 1872. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. U. S. Land Office, Shasta, Cal., May 29th, 1872. In the matter of the Pre « mption claim of David Kemble to the N E i of S W $ and S E i «t S W $ of Section 16, and N E J of N W i and N W $ of N Ei of Section 21, Township 32 N R 6 West Mount Diablo Base and Meridian : Whereas David Kemble whose Post Office adderss is Shasta County of tSbasta, State of California, has made application to this office to enter as ag ricultural land the tract of land above described under the Pre-emption law of the United States, And Whereas on the day of A. D. 1870. David Kemble, Jon. R. Kemble, William B. Walke-, Christian C. Langsdon, Zimrie F. Bullobk, Reubm H. Booth. Kirk Spalding, James W. Jenkins, and Edward Byrne filed in the U. S. Land Office at Marysville, California, their affidavits alleging the said lan Ito be mineral in character and more val uable for mineral than agricultural purposes. Now Therefor notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern that the undersigned have appoin - ed the 6ih day of July A. D. 1872 at 11 o’clock A. M. at the U. S. Land Office in the town and county of Shasta, State of Cali.ornia, as the time and place for the hearing of teitimony before the Register and-Receiver of said o ce to determine the facts as to the mineral or non-mineial character of said land, at which time and place all parties in interest, with their witnesses, may be th«>ir tes imony reduced to writing; after which the proceedings will be submitted to the Commissioner of the General Land office for review prior to a final award. Acd in* case of a failure to appear and show the land to te more valuable for mining than for agricultural purposes, the said applicant will be allbwed.to enter the land embraced in bij appli cation open satisfactory proof that said land is more valuable for agricultural than for mineral purposes, and that the said applicant has fully complied with the requirements of the Pre-emption laws. JOHN S. POLLaNSBEE, Register. CHARLES MCDONALD, Receiver. “What I Know &c.” — An Oregonian bought a farm densely ovrergrown with elders, and commenced clearing it for crop ping The confounded brush kept coming up just as fast as he could out it down, and all his efforts to stop it were unavailing.— At last he thought perhaps he had taken hold of it at the wrong time of the year, so he concluded to write to the New York Tribune about it. He asked the white hatted philosopher: “What is the best time to cut elders?” In the next number of the paper, the sage of Chappaqua an swered him : “Just before camp-meeting. JgUCKEYE MOWER g HOLIKGSWORTH’S SULKY RAKES. SCYTHES, CRADLES, HAND RAKES, HAY AND BARLEY FORKS, Baling Wire & Rope, Cultivators, Plows, FISHING TACKLE, AMERICAN CROSS-CUT SAWS, new style, and a general variety of New Goods in the Hardware line, just received and for sale, by E VOLUNTINE, Shasta. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, U. S. Land Office, Shasta, Cal., May 28, 1872. In the matter of the Pre-emption claim oi John K. William* to the 8 E qr. ol the N W qr. and ihe SW iof the NEI of Section 21 in Township N 0.32 North Ranged West Mount Diablo Base and Me ridian : Whereas Join K. Williams whose Post Office address is Shasta, County of Shasta, State of Cal ifornia. has made application to this office t<» enter as agricultural la»d the tract of land above de scribed under the Pre-emption laws of the United States. And Whereas on the day of A. D. 1870. David Kemble. John R Kemble, William B. Walker, Christian C. Langsdon, Z mrie F. Bul lock, Reubin 11. Booth, Kirk Spalding, James W. Jenkins, and E. Byrne tiled in the U. S Land 0 - fice at Marysville. Calif raia, their affidavits al leg ng Ihe said land to be mineral in character and more valuable for mineral than agricultural pur poses, Now Therefore notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern that the unde signed have appointed the 6th day of July A. D. 1872, at 10 o,clock, A. M at the U. 8 Laud Office in the town and county of Shasta, State of California, as the time and .dace lor the hearing of testim my be fore the Register and Receiver of said office to de termine the facts as to the mineral or non mineral character of said land, at which lime and place all parties in interest, with their witnesses, may be heard, and th» ir testimony reduced to writing ; after which the proceeding wi'i he submitted to the Commissioner ol the General Land office for review prior to a final award. And in case of a failure to appear and show the Lind to he more valuable for mining than fur agricultural purposes, the .-aid applicant will be allowed to enter the land embraced in his application upon satisfactory proof that said land is more valuable for agricultural than for mineral purp >ses, a id that the said ap plicant has fully complied with the requirements of the Pre-emption laws. JOHN 8. POLL A NSBEE, Register. CHARLES MCDONALD, Receiver. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. U. S. Land Office, miasta, Cal., May 23 1872. In the matter of the Pre-emption claim of the widow and heirs of George W. Nieman. deceased to the N E qr. of the 8 E qr. and the 8 E qr of the N E qr of Section 15 Township 32 N, K 5 West Mount D>ab!o Base and Meridian ; Whereas Bridget Nieman of Shasta County, California, has made application on behalf of the heirs of said deceased to this office to enter as agricultural land the tract of lan.t above described under the Preemption laws of the Unit'd Stales, And Whereas the s»i I la d has been returned as mineral by the U. 8. Deputy Surveyor, Au U hure as on the day of A. D. 1876, George W. Nieman, John F. Robinson, Thomas Batiams, Pleasant M. iledgecotli. James Diamond, John Ready, Peter llanlin, and Charles G. A. L .hrherg filed in the U. 8. La d Office at Marysville, Cali fornia, their affidavit alleging the said land to be mineral in character and more valuable lor miner al than agricultural purposes, And Whereas Thus. Harrison and William Thompson have mining claim upon said land Now Therefore notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern that the undersigned have appointed the 29th day ot June, A D., 1872, at 2 o'clock. P. M. at the U. 8. Land Office in the town and county of Bhasta, State of California, us 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 character of said land, at which lime and place all parlies in interest, with their wit nesses, may be heard, and their testimony reduced to writinir ; after which the proceedings will be submitted to the Commissioner of the General Land office for review prior to a final award. And in case of failure to appear and show the land to he more valuable for mi ing than for agricultural purposes, the said applicant will he allowed to enter the land embraced in his application upon satisfactory proof that said land is more valuable for agricultural than for mineral purposes, and thaUhe said applicant has fully complied with the requirements of the Pro etnptioii laws. JOHN 8 FOLLANSBEE. Register. Charles McDonald, Receiver. SHASTA COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. At a meeting of the executive branch »f the Shasta County Democratic Central Committee it was ordered that a Dem ocratic County Convention be held at the Court House in Shasta, .in Saturday, June 15, 1872, at 2 oVlock, to elect 4 Delegates to rep resent the County of Shasta in the Democratic State Convention to be held in San Francisco on the 19th of June 1872, the Congressional Convention for Ihe 3rd Congre-sional District, the election of a County Central Commi'tee, and the iiansaciion of snch other business as mai properly cme before Said Convention. The voters ol the County will assemble at the places of holding election in the different precincts on Saturday evening June the Bth, 1872 and elect delegates to said Couoty Con vention on the following ratio of representa tion, to wit; One deh gate for each p.ecinct, one delegate for every 20 votes east lor Hon. George Pearce for Congress at the last elec tion in said precinct, and one tor> very fraction of 20 votes, the te-t of qualification to vote at said primary election shall be an expression of intention to vote for the Democratic nominees at the coming election. Apportionment. Precincts. Delegates. Miasta Whiskytown 2 French Gulch Portuguese Flat 3 Burney Valley Fort Crook Copper City 2 North Cow Creek 2 Round Mountain 3 Buckeye 3 Churntown Shingletowfi Millville Ball’s Ferry Texas Springs Cottonwood , 2 Horselown Piety Hill Chicago Janesville 2 Roaring River . y Eagle Creek " ’2 Bald Hills .............2 Arbockle 2 JOS. PRYOR, Chairman. D. C. E. C. CLAY W. TAYLOR, Secretary. D. C. E. C. Shasta. May 29tb, 1872. J. M. MANASSE Wholesale & Retail Dealer, MAIN STREET ....SHASTA, Next door to Wells, Fargo A Co., IM 0S T RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY friends and the public in general that I bare just arrived from San Francisco where 1 bought a very extensive stock of CIGARS, TOBACCO, Pipes, STATIONERY, CUTLERY, LAMPS, NOTIONS, and a great many other articles belonging to my line of business. The Tobacco I had occasion to buy »t the recent Fall Auc tions and consists of the finest brands of Smok ing and Chewing. The CIGARS were bought at the most celebrated manufac tories, and comprise the choicest brands of HAVANNAas well as Domestic. I have received 200 DOZEN SMOKING PIPES embracing every variety, and also ev erything in the line of smokers articles, in cluding GENUINE MEERSHAM PIPES which will be warranted by me at any time. My stock of STATIONERY is complete, comprising the products of the best Mills of Letter, Note, Legal, Flat and Billcap Paper, 50,000 Envelopes, all sizes, Blotting and Wrapping paper, Genuine Arn nold's Writing Fluid, Carmine and Violet Ink, Gillol’s Fens and Faber’s Pencils (only of gen uine qualities,) a great variety of Pocket Books in Morocco bin ling. Blank Books, such as Day Books, Journals, Ledgers, Record Books etc., etc. ; also, GOLD PENS, and Holders of all sizes and only of the best make. The largest assortment of CUTLERY ever brought to this market 1 100 dozen of Wostcnhoim’s 1, X. Pocket Knives, ranging from 4 to 36 dollars per dozen, is only part of it; also Alexander’s Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, W k B Razors, and genuine Em erson’s Razor Straps, in great qu *ntities. I always keep on hand a good stock of W 1 ■ I o w-w are such as Clothes, Market, and Traveling Bas kets of all sizes, round oval and fancy Bas kets, ladies work-baskets, scrubbing, stove blacking Brushes, etc., etc.; also, Featlier Dusters and Counter Brushes. In the line of XL. a m p s I keep Store Lamps with chandeliers, Hand and Parlor Lamps, with the latest improve ments, also Coal Oil, Chimneys, Burners, Lampshades, Globes and Lamp wick. These articles will certainly be found in my store in full assortment, as also jwl. me- rmr e: r k s of different shape. Special attention is called to the celebrated Argand or Orient Burner which gives a better light than any burner heretofore manufactured. If you want to buy a pair of call first on me, as you cannot find so good an assortment in any other .tore. jQjrllaving bought all of these goods per sonally at the best advantages obtainable, and willing to be satisfied with small Profits, I offer said goods for sale at toe LOWEST rates. Traders, by giving me a call will find they can do bet ter with me than anybody else, no matter who it it. Thanking the public for the kind patronage heretofore bestowed on me, I most reapectfnl ly solicit a continuance of the lame. J. H. MANASSE. Shasta. Oat. 1, IStJ. IMPORTANT! UTUT mum I SPRING & SUMMER STOCK! j mi in, i WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS PRY DS Main Street Shasta. w OULD MOST RESPECTFULLY INFORM their customers and iho general public, that they are receiving their Spring Importation, teleted in person by our Mr. D. WEIL iu San Francis#* and New York, consisting in part of New Styles OF DRESS GOODS, Black and Colored Silks, Shawls, Cleaks, Laces, Scarfs, Silk and Velvet Ribbon, Kid Gloves, Embroideries, Berlin Zephyr, Wors ted, etc Gents. Clothing & In Dishing Goods, comprising Black and Blue Beaver Suits in large variety ; Cashmere Suita, aew styles; Black Dress, Gents Black and Fancy Velvet Vests, and a full assortment of Pants, Overshirts, Underwear, Ac. We have also received a fresh assortment of m BOOTS AND SHOES, both of California and Eastern manufacture. IKIUSEFIiRMSHISiC DEPARTMENT. In this line we have opened full lines of White and Colored Blankets, Quills, Tahlo (’overs, Sheeting, Shirting, Linens, Family Towels ; also. Carpet, Floor & Table Oil Cloths, Wall Paper, the best assortment ever brought to the maiket, all of which will ho sold at LOW PRICES. We keep also on hand, HYDRAULIC DUCK from No. 10 to 12— v 0; India Rubber Boots *■ India Rubber Clothing, all of best qualities. We have for sale a full supply of the good! manufactured by the San Francisco Pioneer Woolen Factory consisting of Family Blankets, Colored Blan kets, Overshirts, Underwear Flannels, Cassi meres. Tweeds A Waterproof Cloths. These goods we are enabled to offer to the Trade nl fabric prices. B.—Having best facilities forprocerla our Goods from the principal Manufacturer! in can Francisco and the East, through resi dent buyers, enables us to supply our custom - ers constantly with the latest Novelties in all -he departments and at such prices as will satisfy the closest buyers. We have obtained the Agency for the IM PERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., of London, Established in 1803—Cash Cap It $8,000,000 —a very reliable Company. Rf- WE INVITE Everybody! AND PARTICULARLY TRA 33 33 R. JS I®“TO GIVE US A CALL as we are satisfied we can hold oat Inducements Unsurpassed by any other House North of San Francisco. FRESH GOODS RECEIVED EVERY WEEK.