SA F JKIKA S MOKNIN !, SEPT. 28, 1 72.
ALL transient advertisements must be
.aid for in advance. All Job-Printing will
be accompanied by bill for collection when
the work is delivered. Onr old books are full
and we don't intend to purchase new ones.
15IOS EEPIKUCAIS TICKET.
U. fe’a GI3ANT.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
Tor Presidential Electors:
JOHN B. FELTON, J. F. MILLER,
CLAUS SPRECKLES, J. E. HALE,
JESSIE 0. GOODWIN, T. 11. ROSE.
F. E. SPENCER. BENJ. SIIURTLEFF,
A. R, BALDWIN, S. W. SPERRY,
I. G. WICKERSUAM, W. CANFIELD.
For Congress, 3d. District:
JOHN M. COGIILAN.
MR. LCTTREII’S REPUBLIC.
When the South Carolina convection
passed the ordinance of secession in 1860,
the newspapers of that State the day fol
lowing, printed all the telegraphic dis
patches received from North Carolina, Geor
gia, New York and other States under the
head of ‘‘Foreign News.” Mr. Yancey,
having succeeded in “firing the Southern
heart,” until Alabama seceded, immediate,
ly wrote letters announcing the particulars
to some kindred spirits, dated from the
“Republic of Alabama.” And finally, as
if to complete the farce, the 14,000 voters
of Florida also set up a little Republic of
their own, and dated /heir letters and pa
pers therefrom. We believe, however, that
these several little institutions were finally
“crushed” by that dsspotism known as the
Government of the United States, and that
one General Grant took a very prominent
part in the “crushing” process.
Rut Freedom, like Truth never dies, and
a few years after the people of the republics
we have named had been “subjugated,” it
raised its standard in the First Supervisor
District of Trinity county. The gallant
Democracy of that District met in 1870, at
Minersville, to nominate a candidate for
Supervisor. Their convention was com
posed of sis delegates and four proxies,
representing an aggregate of 104 votes, as
was evidenced by the election held the
September following. Mr. Luttrell, the
Sacramento Union's “moderate Democrat”
was in the county at the time, it being one
of his annual pilgrimages there-to, to re
deem that benighted section from the
thralldom of Republicanism. He carried
with him a few copies of the Sacramento
Union, to prove to the people that the Re
publican party were in favor of Chinese
immigration and suffrage ; also, many copies
of the Sacramento Reporter, the “left hand
railway circular” (vide Sacramento Union
of that time,) of which “left hand circu
lar” Mr. Luttrell was the traveling agent.
Mr. Luttrell attended the Minersville Con
vention of six delegates, and saw there
in a chance to acquire cheap glory and po
litical capital, by pandering to the prejudice
which existed at that time against the
So he drew up a string of buncombe res
olutions, equal in number to the number of
delegates, which were submitted to and
adopted by the “Convention.” The sixth
of the series, pledged the 104 Democrats
of the District when Sheriff Jackson should
“filially bo stopped” from the collection of
Foreign Miners’ License, to rid the coun
ty of Chinese miners, peaceably if they
could, but forciably if they must.” Hav
ing done which, Mr. Luttrell procured a
few more subscribers to the “left Laid cir
cular” and departed a happier man.
Rut, by some strange fatuity, the Gov
ernment either never heard of Mr, Lut
trell’s resolutions, or else did not care a con
tinental for them. Probably, having had
some experience in dealing with republics,
it felt itself able to cope with the Republic
o*’Minersville which Mr. Luttrell had or
ganized. At any rate, Sheriff Jackson was
“finally stopped,” and yet the tread of the
Minersville patriots in their onslaught on
the “Heathen Chinee” was not heard re
sounding through the land.
The clang of John Chinaman’s rocker
was heard in its stead, and its Celestial
owners sat down to their daily bowl of rice
in sublime unconsciousness ot the fact that
General Luttrell was liable to organise Lis
104 Democrats and “move upon their
works” at a moments notice. The clang
of that rocker is still heard and the Miners
ville Republic is “one of the things that
were.” Instead of marshaling the Demo
cratic hosts of Minersville for an onslaught
on the Chinese miners of Trinity, General
Luttrell, and General Tinnin marshaled the
Democratic forces in the Legislature, and
made a terrific charge on the State Treas
ury. Here they were outflanked by Gov
ernor Rooth, and have no doubt retired to
renew the charge, when that political mil
lennium comes in which Democracy will
have both Governor and Legislature.
Rut everything is created for some pur
pose, and even this one-horse Supervisor
Convention, with it* six delegates, has its
uses. From its proceedings can be gather
ed the animus which will characterize men
of Luttrell’s stamp if once placed in a situa
tion where they can doui'schief. A sworn
attorney, and as such supposed to uphold
the laws, he commits a body of men to the
support of mob law as a redress of griev
ances. He induces them to pledge them
selves and those they represent, to the com
mission of lawless and insurrectionary acts,
nullifying one of the laws of the Federal Gov
ernment. Rutitwasa stepping stone to pop
ulirity, to pander to the prejudice which
some entertain against Chinese miners, but
we fancy it will be only notoriety that will
be gained. People in Trinity county under
stand the Chinese question in all its bear
ings, they know that the Foreign Miners’
License Tax was only a means by which
dishonest public officials stole themselves
rich, at the expense alike of the county aui
th 3 Chinese. They knew that the office of
Collector ol taxes had for years controlled
the elections for all other county officers,
and business men, on whom the burden of
the county expenses would fall,lwere glad
to contemplate the possibility of the removal
of such an clement of corruption as the
Foreign Miners’ License tax had got to be.
The demagoguery of these resolutions could
havo no effect on such men, but on'y on
the unthinking and ignorant. Even re
spectable Democrats wore disgusted at the
resolutions, the Chairman of that county
committee would have suppressed the whole
string, but, unfortunately for his good in
tentions they got into the columns of the
“railway circular” of which Luttrcll was
agent, and by that means only the Trinity
f jlks learned of the new Government which
had been installed.
Wo say that any man who would en.
dcavor to incite unthinking men to mob
law and resistance of lawful authority, is
unfit to represent a constituency in the
Federal Congress, TLi* Mr. Luttrell has
done, and if his plan has not been followed,
it was because the advised have better sense
than the adviser Straws show which way
the wind blows, and the Minersville “straw’
shows that J. K. Luttrcll was as hostile to
the Government of the United States in
1870 as during ihe war. What Republi
can caa stultify himself by voting for a
Democrat of that stripe ?
Jewish Hoiadays.—Thursday, the 3d
day of October, will he Jewish New Year,
marking 5G33 years of their Era. Satur
day, October 12th, will be “Yom Kipur”
or Day of Atonement. The places of busi
ness cf our Jewish citizens will bo closed
on these holidays.
Going East.—Mr. O. S. Holton in
forms the public through our columns, that
ho is desirous of going East in a short time,
and to enable him to do so, it is requisite
that those indebted to him should pay up,
immediately. See advertisement.
Post Office.—A pest office has been
established at Redding It is in present
charge of 3lr. Singleton. Special Postal
Agent, and is kept at the store of C. C.
Bush & Co.
GRANT AND WILSON
SI O ?»• &K O. C. GOK II A
MO N. S J. FINNE Y,
Will address the p eoplo on tho political issues
of the day at
SHASTA, Wednesday, October 0,
KED BLUFF, Thursday, “ li\
Chairmen of County Committees will please
make preparations for tho Speakers.
Chairman R. S. C. C.
Wm. Sherman, Secretary, R, S. C. C, 27ts
lion. JOHN B. FELTOJV,
HOJf JOHN L. LOVE,
I. A. AMEB9IAN, Esq.,
Will address tho people on t£e political ques
tions of tho day, at
SHASTA, Monday, Oct. 14,
RED BLUEF, Tuesday, “ 15.
Chairmen of County Committees will please
make preparations for the Speakers.
Chairman, R. S. C. C.
TVit. Sherman, Sec’y, K. S. C, C.
r DOZES CASSI.MER PANTS, CF ALL
DU Styles and patterns, which will be sold at
G reatly Reduced Rates, by
D. WEIL & BRO.
Shasta, Sept. 27, 1872. 27tf
At Reduced Rates!
TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR LARGE STOCK
of New Goods now arriving, wo offer our en
tire stock of
Boots and Shoes,
Childrens’ and Infants’ Shoes
At Greatly Reduced Prices..
Now Goods received every day.
D. WEIL A BRO.
Shasta. Sept. 25th, 1572. 27tf
All persons knowing themselves
to be indebted to me. are requested to pay
the same to me immediately, as I aig desirous of
going away for a short time and need money. All
accounts unpaid at my departure' will be left with
Mr. Samuel Cooper for collection.
ORA S. HOLTON.
Shasta, Sept. 27th, 1572.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
"VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE
undersigned will apply to the Hon, Board of
Supervisors in and for the County of Shasta,
State of California, on the first day of the regular
meeting of sai l Board in November next, at their
place of meeting in the Court House, in the town
and county of Shasta, for a license to keep a Pub
lic Ferry on Pit River, in said county, at a point
where the road running via Bass' Ranch ana Soda
Springs to Yrcka, crosses said liver.
* L. AUTENREITH,
.T. S. Foilaasbeo, Att’y for applicant.
Shasta, Sept 2Sth, 1572. 27-4 i
Heduced Rates.— D. Weil & Bro.,
offer their large stock of boots, shoes and
everything in that line, at greatly reduced
rates, to make room for their nevr stock
which is arriving daily. See advertisement.
No Prisoners. —The county “hotel” is
tenantless at present. This is the case for
the first time la more than a year; since
the first of the express and stage robbers
Lost. —A Lady’s Gold Sleeve Button,
chased on top, and round. The finder
will be suitably rewarded on leaving the
same at the Courier office, or with Judge
Save It.—By paying your Poll Tax
at once. The Poll Tax becomes delinquent
after Oct. Ist, and an additional dollar will
The Troy, N. ¥., Times says the spright
ly look of many of our older citizens is owing
solely to the use of Hall’s Vegetable Sicilian
Gone Below. —Deputy Sheriff Kenne
dy went below on Wednesday, having in
custody John Wooley, sentenced to three
years confinement at San Quentin.
At Summit Flat, Kept. 22, by Rev. R. F. Allen,
Mr. C. 11. dimes of Lake County, to Miss Sarah
B. Mftrtin of Shasta county.
At Stillwater, September 23d, the wifo of Wm.
11. Houston of a son.
Mrs. exley will be pleased to see
her friends at a Social Dancing Party, to
bo given at
mhnrm mu hall.
On the Evening of FRIDAY, October 4th.
W. E. HOPPING, J. V. SCOTT,
IV. U. BICKFORD,
JULIUS REITER, J. E. COOK,
TICKETS—To the Dance, St 00. SUPPER—
Fifty cents per plate additional.
Shasta, Sept, 26. 27th
"VT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE
Xn undersigned will apply to the lion. Board
of Supervisors of Shasta county. State of Califor
nia, at their regular meeting on the first Monday
in November A. D. 1872, for a License t» build
and conduct trro Toll Bridges on the Sacramento
River: oac briigo below Lower Soda Springs
about three-fourths of a mile; the other above
said Springs about o*ne mile, near where the old
bridge now -stands which was built by Messrs.
Stone & Co.
Dated September 21, 1872. 27 4i
,jT iif-st !
INFORMS THE CITIZENS OF SHASTA
and vicinity that he has established a shop in
Shasta, and trusts by strict attention to business
to merit a share of public patronage.
Boots and'Shoc? made to orderand WARRANT
ED. REPAIRING done on short notice and
at reasonable rates.
Shop. West side of Main Street, between the
stores of Isaacs and Voluutiue.
Shasta, Sept. 20, 1872. 26tf
C. P. R It.
ON AND AFTER SEPT. Ist, A DAILY
TRAIN will leave REDDING for Red
lii-CFF, Cmco, Marysville, Junction, (for Og
den and East,) Sacramento, Stoskton, Latruop,
Merced (for Yosemite,) Tipton (for Los Ange
les,) San Jose, and 'SanFrancisco, at 4-15,
A. N. TOWNE, General Supt.
T. 11. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Tick
et. Ag’t. 2fi se2l,
ADAIISISTRATOR’S SAFE OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
pursuance of an order of the Probate Court
of the County of Shasta, State of California,
mado on the 7th day of September A. D.
1872, in the matter of the .Estate of P. B.
Beading deceascd.’the undersigned, the Ad
ministrator of said Estate will sell at public
auction to tne highest bidder, for cash in
Gold coin of the Unitad States, and subject
to" coniirmationlby said Probate Court, on
Saturday the 12th day of October A. IX 18(2
at 2 o’clock P. M„ at the Court House door
in the town and county of Shasta, State of
California, all the right, title interest, and
Estate of the said P. B. Reading at the time
of hia death, and all the right, title, and in
terest that the said Estate has, by operation
of law or otherwise, acquired other than or
in addition to that of the said P. B. Reading
at the time of his death in and to that certain
tract or parcel of land, situated in the Coun
ty of Shasta, State of California, which is
known Rancho Buena Ventura, or
Reading’s Rancho and being the same tract
which was granted by Manuel Mioheltereno
Governor of the Californias on the 4th of
December, 1844, to Pierson B. Reading and
for which the said Pierson B. Reading re
oeived a patent from the United States of
America, on the 17th day of January, 1857,
and which is more particularly described in
said patent and which said patent is record
ed in the office of tho County Recorder of
Shasta County, Liber one (1) of patents, on
pages one (1) two (2) three (3) four (4) five
(5) six (0) seven (7), excepting that contain
ed in Certain Conveyances made by said
Pierson 15. Reading, prior to ihe 28th day of
May 1808, the date of his death, and not re
purchased by him which are described in the
following conveyances, to wit :
DEED. Pierson V. Heading to George
F. Jones and Charles.lt. Cat eg. Dated Dec.
Conveying all that piece of land situated
in the County of Shasta &c., and described
as follows. Tt e South quarter of Section
fifteen, (15), according to private survey
made by said P. 15. Reading of his Rancho
Buena Ventura now on file in the Recorder’s
office of said County of Shasta. Beginning
at a post marked 15° N. 20 S.. in the center
of the South East boundary line of Section
13, thence North 47° 30 s west. IGO rods to
the center of said Section 15, thence South
42° 3<y West ICO rods to the center of the
South West boundary line of said Section
15,. thence South 47° 30' East along the
South West boundary lino of said Section
15, ICO rods to the South corner of said Sec
tion, thence North 42° 31 v East along the
South East boundary line of said Section 15,
ICO rods to the place of beginning. Con
taining ICO acres more or less, upon which
ICO acres the house and improvements con
structed and now occupied by said Jones
and Catey, and known as the Canyon House
are located. Recorded December lDth 1853,
Liber “C” of Deeds, page 182.
DEED. Pierson B. Heading to George
IP. Sheridan and John Wilson. Dated Feb.
■ Conveying all of tho South Quarter of
Section -10. according to the private survey
of the party of the Ist part of his Rancho
Buena Ventura now on tile in the proper of
fice Ac.. and containing ICO acres, more or
less. Recorded March 2Glh 1835 Liter “C’ :
of Deeds, page 014.
DEED. Pierson R. Reading and Fannie
IF. Reading his wife io Margaret Mullen, da
ted Aug. 2Pth 1850.
Conveying ail that tract of land situated
Ac, known and described in the private sur
vey of said parties of the first part subdivid
ing their Rancho Buena Ventura which sur
vey is recorded in the office of Records of
said County as the West Quarter of Section
28 containing ICC acres more or less. Re
corded Nov. 29th 1850 Liber ‘ - E'’ deeds page
DEED. Pierson E. Reading and Fannie
W. Reading to Gilman Dai'is. Dated Sept.
10 th 1850.
Conveying all that tract or parcel of land
in the County of Shasta aforesaid situated on
the South side of tho Sacramento River at
Greens Ferry, and designated in tho private
survey of said parties of the first part, sub
dividing their Rancho Buena Ventura, which
was Recorded in the office of Records of said
County, as the North part of fractional Sec
tion No. 5, commencing at stake on the Bluff
bank of said river at the end of the 00th
course in the meandering of said river in the
location of said Rancho, tiience South 12° 30'
West 30 chains to a stake, thence North 47°
30' West 45 “80-100 chains to a stake on the
bank of the river, thence South 88° 30' East
39 10-100 chains down tho river to a stake,
thence South 03° East 17 50-100 chains down
the river to the place of beginning. Con
taining 8364-100 acres. Recorded Decem
ber 15th 1856, Libor l 'E” of Deeds page 545.
DEED. Pierson B. Reading and Fannie
' IF. Reading his wife to John Dinsmore dated
Jan'y. 2th, 1857.
Conveying all that piece of land situated j
in County of Shasta Ac : Commencing and I
being the lot of land >.n which stands the i
house known as the “Four Milo House” nt |
the forks of the read ; one leading to Green’s ;
farm and the other to Tehama, commencing |
at an Oak stump on West side of Tehama road j
and South side of Small Gulch, thence North .
42° 30' East 10 chains to a stake, thence I
North 47° 30' West C chains to a stake, j
thence South (h 3 30' West to a stake, thence |
North47° 30' West 6 chains to a stake, thence
South 42° SO' W est 10 chains to a state,
thence South 47° 30' East 0 chains to the
place of beginning. Containing six acres. ■■
Recorded February 2ud 1857. Liber “E”
of Deeds page 557.
DEED. Pierson B. Beadin'/and Fannie
TV. Headin'/ his icife to Charles B. Cate;/
and William B. Armstrong. Dated Jang.
Conveying all that piece of laud situated
in the County.of Shasta &c. Commencing
at a stake 20 chains North 42° 30' East from
the East corner of a tract of laud heretofore
conveyed by said Heading to Catey and Jones
and now belonging ta IV . W. Tracy, thence
North 47° 30' West 20 chains to a stake No_
2, thence North 42° 30' East 20 chains to a
stake, No. 3, thence North 47° 30' West
12 50—100 chains to a stake No. 4, thence
North 4a° \3O / East 40 chains to a stake No.
5. thence South 47° SO' East 14 50-100 chains
to a stake No. 0, on tbs bank of the Sacra
mento river thence South 11° West 20 cn3 IDS
along the banka of the Sacramento River tb
a stake No. 7. thence South 8° 30' East
9 25-100 chains along the bank of said River
to a stake No. 8, thence South 14° 30' East
26 20- 100 chains along the bank of said
River to a Stake No. 9, thence South 70°
West 25 50--100 chains to a stake No. 10,
thence North 47° 30' West 10 25-100 chains
to the place of beginning.
Containing 190 05-100 acres the same
embracing portions of Sections 14—15—20
& 21 according to a private survey made by
P. R. Reading of his Rancho Buena Ventura
and recorded in the Recorders office of Shas
ta county. Recorded Jany. 9th 1857 Liber
“E” of Deeds page 558.
DEED. Pierson B. Beading to Margar
et Mullen. Dated Dec. 2nd 1857.
Conveying all that tract or parcel of land
situated in the county of Shasta, on the VV ost
bank of the Sacramento River, to wit :
Commencing at a stake on the West bank of
said River at the lower side of the dugway
of Henry Ball’s Ferry running thence South
42° 30' West on the line between Sections
22 and 29, 43 78-100 chains to the North
corner of Section 28, thence continuing on
the same on the line between Sections 23 and
28. 40 churns to the North corner of a tract
of land now owned by said Margaret Mullen,
thence South 47° 30' East along the North
East line ofjsaid Mullen’s land forty chains,
thence South 42° 30' West along the South
East line of said Mullen’s land, 40 chains to
her South corner, thence up stream in a
North Easterly following the West
bank of the River to the piace of beginning.
Containing 370 4-100 acres, more or less,
being the North, South and East fractional
Quarters of Section 28 and the fractional Sec
tion 29, as laid down on Reading’s private
survey of his Rancho Buena Ventura on
record in the Clerk’s office of Shasta county,
and for the more accurate description of the
land herein conveyed, reference is made to
the Diagram hereto attached. Recorded
December 7th 1837 Liber “E” of Deeds page
DEED. P. B. Beading to John Capp —da-
ted Dec. 7lh 1857.
Conveying all the following described tract
or parcel ot land. The West Quarter of Sec
tion 40 acccording to the private survey of the
party of the first part, of his Rancho Bueua
' eatura. now on file i,u proper office in'said
County and containing ICO acres of land more
or _,ifs. Recorded December 17th 1857, Liber
*'L ’ of Deeds page 70S*
HEED. 1\ B. Read. ing to J. J. Bell—da
ted .April 18th 1859.
Conveying all that piece of land situated in
the County of Shasta Ac. Commencing at the
corner post of Sections 23, 24, 27, 28. runs
thence South 47° 30 ! East 70 chains along the
line between Sections 27 and 2S, to the mean
dering line on the West bank of the Sacra
mento River, thence down stream on said
meandering to a point 14 chains below the
line between Sections 31 and 34, thence South
42 J 30 V* est 02 80—100 chains establish a
corner stake, thence North 47° 30' West 131
chains establish a corner stake, thence South
42° 30' West 20 chains establish a corner
stake, thence North 47° 30'West 40 chains
establish a corner stake, thence North 42° 30 /
East 100 chains to the place of beginning.
Containing 1337 04—100 acres more or less,
Hie same being surveyed in conformity with
the subdivision lines of P. B. Reading’s private
survey of Lis Rancho Buena Ventura. lie
corded April 18th, 1859, Liber of Deed*
page 324. ’
DEED. Pierson B. Beading to Thomas A.
Freeman— dated May Ist 1854.
Conveying all that piece ol’land described
as follows to wit : the South Quarter of Sec
tion (45) forty-five and the East fractional
Quarter of Section (44) forty-four according
to the private survey made by the party of the
first part of In'S Rancho Buena Ventura and on
file in the proper office iu said County, bound
ed North, East, and South by lands of party
of the first part and West by the Western
boundary line of said Rancho and containing
in all 160 acres more *>r less. Recorded Oct.
I7lh 1854 Liber U C" cf Deeds page 453.
DEED, P. li. Heading to Margaret Mullen
—dated Ajiril 18th 1859.
Conveying all that piece of land situated in
the County of Shasta &c. Commencing at
the corner stake of Sections 23, 24, 27, and
28, runs North 2° 30' West 57 chains establish
a corner stake, thence North 68° til' East 91
chains to the River bank 10 feet below Ball’s
Perry, thence South 42° 30' West 123 28—100
chains to the place of beginning.
Containing 246 acres the same being a part
of P. B. Reading’s grant Buena Ventura and
surveyed in conformity with his private survey
of the same. Recorded April 25th 1859 Liber
G of Deeds page 328.
DEED. Pier.’on li. Reading to Gilman
Davis— dated Oct. Bth 1859,
Conveying all that parcel of Lind situated
in the County of Shasta described as com
mencing at the Quarter Section corner post
in the center of Section 20 as designated in
P. B. Beading’s private survey of his Rancho
Buena Ventura, from thence runs North 42°
30' East 23 50 —100 chains to the Saciamento
River, thence upstream on West bank of the
River North 10° East 14 25—100 chains,
thence North 13° 15' West 12 50—100 chains
to the South line of tract of laud heretofore
sold to Catey and Armstrong, thence South
70° West along the South line of Catey and
Armstrong 25 50—100' chains to a stake,
thence North 47° 30' West 10 25—100 chains
to a stake, thence South 42° 30' West 20
chains to a stake, thence South 47° 30' East
40 chains to place of beginning. Containing
119 3C—lOO acres and being a part of the
North Quarter of Section 20. Recorded, Oc
tober 13th, 1859, Liber ‘ G,” of Deeds, page
DEED. P. B. Reading to Geo. W. Moore
—ilated July 27th 1860.
Conveying all that piece or parcel of land
situated in Shasta County, Ac. Being part of
land claim known as Buena Ventura. Com
mencing at the North corner of Wm. Arm
strong’s tract of land. Ist. Runs North B°,
30', East 16 chains 30 links, and establish a
corner. 2d. Runs South 82°, 45', East 22
chains to the bank of the Sacramento River,
thence down stream meandering said river
South 60°, 30', Wests chains. Thence South
48°, West 4 chains, thence South 26°, 30',
West 10 chains, thence South 10°, 30', West
10 chains, to Wm. Armstrong's line, thence
North 47°, 30', est along said Armstrong’s
line 14 50—100 chains, to the place of begin
ning. Containing 30 4—loo acres, being
bounded on the North and West by land of P
15. Reading’s, on the South by Wm. Armstrong’s
tract and on the East by Sacramento river.
Variation of .Magnetic needle 17° 45' East.
Recorded, Nov. 21st, 1860, Liber “G,” of
Deeds, page G7O.
DEED. Pierson B. Reading to Charles
Nivelles —dated April 10th 1862.
Conveying all that lot of land lying in the
town ot Reading Shasta county &c. 'and par
ticularly described and designated as lot No.
1 in square No. 2, said lot having a front on
Front street of 30 feet and a front on A. street
of 140 feet, running back to an alley 20 feet
wide. Recorded, April 12th, 1862, Liber
VJT’, of Deeds, page 200.
P. Jl. Reading Declaration of Homestead —
dated .April 21st 1862;
That he is married and resides with his fam
ily on the land and premises situated in Shasta
county described as follows : Commencing
at a point on the West hank of the Sacra
mento river 50 feet below the landing of the
Ferry known as the Dangertield ferry and at
present occupied by Adams as a public ferry.
Thence running South 35° West magnetic
course to the back line of the survey of the
land known and designated as the Buena
Ventura Rauch, thence along said back line
in a Southerly direction to the middle of Cot
[ tonwood creek, thence down the middle of
said Cottonwood creek to its mouth or junc
tion with the Sacramento river, thence up the
Western bank of the Sacramento river to the
place of beginning. Recorded, April 22ud,
1862, Liber I of Homesteads, page 85.
DEED. Pierson /.'. Heading to August Nic
. o/efe—dated Oct. 11th 1862.
Conveying all that tract of land situated in
,Shasta county, on the South side of the road
leading from Shasta to Red Blulf, and about
three miles from Shasta, described as follows
to wit : Commencing on the South of said
road at the North Last corner of the house of
said Nicolcte, running-thence due East along
the South side of said road 5 76—100 chains”
to it stake, thence South 3 50—100 chains, too
stake, thence West 8 50-100 chains,toa stake,
thence Xorth 4 45-100 chains, to a slike on
the South side of said road, thence Soith 71°
East 2 04—100 chains, along said road to the
place of beginning. Containing 3 10—100
acres Vaiiation 10°, 45' East. Recorded, Sov.
10th, 1865. Liber 2, .Mortgages page 45
HEED—Pierson 11. Heading to Anna tatilda
Washington —Hated November 26th, 1862
Conveying all that parcel or tract of laad situ-
EteJ k in the County of Shasta described as i,Hosts ;
The West half of Section 53, and the Hist half
of Section 52 as appears end set forth in he sur
vey of the Rancho Buena Ventura, duly lecorded
in the Recorder’s office, Ac., said tract containing
610 acres, more or less' Recorded Deceaber 4th,
1862, Liber “ II” of Deeds, page 359-
DEED—Pierson B. It-aiding to Charles Nivclles ,
—Dated Nov. 25th, 1862.
Conveying all those certain five (5) lots of land
situated in the town of Reading, Shasta County,
particularly designated and described as Lots Nos.
16, 17, IS, 19, 20, in Square Number 2, each Lot
having a front of 20 feet on Second Street, and a
depth running back of 140 feet, to an alley 20 feet
wide. Recorded November 26th, 1862, in Libe?
H ” of Deeds, page 358-
DEED — P, H. Deadhiy to William M. Johnson
—Dated Jan’y. 15th, 1563.
Conveying all that tract of land situated in
Shasta County near the town of Reading, and
particularly described as follows: Commencing
on the North bank of Spring Gulch, on the con
tinuation of the line of the West side of Front
Street, in the town of Reading, first runs North
53°, 30', West 16 chains to a stake; thence South
36°, 30', West 20 chains to a stake; Thence South
53°, 30', East 16 chains to a stake ; thence North
30°, 30', East 20 chains to the place of beginning.
Containing 32 acres. The same being part of the
land contained in the tract known as P. B. Read
ing’s Grant, Buena Ventura.
Recorded June 23d, 1863, in Liber “II” of
Deeds, Page 740.
DEED—Pierson B Beading to Fannie W, Bead
ing—Dated November 23d, 1864.
Conveying all that tract or parcel of land situ
ated in the County of Shasta, described as fol
lows : Commencing at a point on the West bask
of the Sacramento River, 50 feet below the land
ing of the ferry known as the Daingerfield Ferry,
now occupied by one Adams as a public ferry—
Thence South 35° West, magnetic course to the
back or West line of the survey of land known and
designated as the Buena Ventura Rancho ; thence
Southerly along the said Westerly or back line to
the middle of channel of Cottonwood Creek ; thcnco
down the center of the channel of the said Cotton
wood Creek, to its junction with the Sacramento
River : thence up the West bank of said river to
the place of beginning. Except such part or por
tion of the above land as may hereafter be includ
ed in the Homestead claim recorded by P. B. Read
ing on the 21st of April, 1862.
Recorded Doc. 14th, 1864, Liber 1 of Deeds,
P. B, Beading to Benjamin Oliver and Timothy
Conklin — Dated April 3d, 1865.
Conveying all that tract or parcel of land situa
ted in Shasta County, Ac., particularly described
as follows ;
Commencing on the West bank of the Sacramen
to River, at the North east corner of a lot of land
now owned and occupied by the above named
Benjamin Oliver. Ist, running North 82°, 45',
West 22 chains along the North line of said Oli
ver's lot to the corner of said lot. 2d. Runs South
B°, 30' West 16 30-100 chains along the West lino
of said Oliver’s lot to the North West corner of
Augustus Woods’ tract of land. 3d. Runs North
63°, 45', West 35 70-100 chains to a stake. 4th.—
Runs North 20° East, 26 75-100 chains to an
Oak tree 1 2inches in diameter. sth. runs north s°,
west. 20 chains to an Oak rree 40 inches in diame
ter. Cth, runs north 16°, east, 16 85-100 chains to a
stake. 7th, runs north t 4o°, 15’, cast, 35 60-100 chains
to an Oak tree on the bank of the Sacramento.
River, thence down stream on the West bank of the
River to the place of beginning Containing 558
67—100 acres. Recorded April Bth 1860, Liber
I of Deeds, page 647.
DEED — P. B. Beading to Julia Nicolet —Dated
June sth 1865.
Conveying all those two lots of land described as
follows: Commencing at the North West corner
of a lot of land heretofore sold to August Nicolet,
on the road from Shasta to the Canyon House, runs
North 75 links across the road and establish
a starting corner, thence runs North 74° West
along the road 6 chains to a stake, thcnco runs
North 16° East 7 chains to a stake, thence S, 74°
East 12 16—100 chains to a stake, thence South
13° 15' West 6 50—100 chains to the road, thence
North 81° West along the North side of the road to
the place of beginning. Containing 8 40-100 acres.
Also 2nd lot commences at the North East corner
of the lot h retofore sold to A. Nicolet, South 3
50—100 chains t*i the South East corner of said
lot, thence Swath 01° 30' East 6 50—HO chains to
a stake, thence North 3° East C 50—100 chains to
the South side of the road, tliencj South 87° 15'
West 6 chains t<> the place of beginning.
Containing 3 7--l> 0 acres. Both lots together
c mtaiaing 1 1 47--100 acres. Recorded December
27th 1865 Liber 2, of Deeds page 48.
DEED — P. B. Reading to James Halt —Dated
June sth 1865.
Conveying all the tract ol land situated in
Shasta Ccuntj) on the road leading from Shasta to
Red Bluff by way of Bell’s Bridge on which stand?
the house known as the “Reservoir House,”
commences the surve}* at an oak tree thirty inches in
diameter standing in said Reading's west boundary
line in an old road in a Northerly direction from
the Reservoir House, Ist runs North 64° West
along said Reading’s West boundary line 2 50-100
chains and establish a corner, thence North 26°
East 7 chains and establish a corner, thence South
01° East 7 15—100 chains and establish a corner,
thence South 26° West 7 chains to Readings
West line, thence North 64° West four and 65—100
chains to the place of beginning.
Containing five acres. Recorded July 3d 1865-
Libor 2 ol Deeds page 4.
DEED — P. D. Beading to E, Anderson- -Dated
Dec. Ist 1865.
Conveying all those tracts or parcels of land in
said County described as for follows :
Commencing iu the centre of Section 45 of said
Readings private survey, being the North corner of
said Anderson’s tract of land. Ist run North 42°
30' East 20 chains and establish a corner, thcnco
run South 47° 30' East 60 chains and establish a
corner, tbencc South 42° 30' West 60 chains and
establish a corner, thence North 47° 30' West 40
chains and intersect tho South West lino of said
Anderson's present tract of land, thence south 71°
10'east 21 chains along said line, thence North 42°
30' East 30 chains, thence North 47° 30' West 40
chains to the place of beginning.
Containing 210 acres, the same being adjoining
said Anderson’s present tract as represented in n
diagram hereunto attached.
Recorded December 14th 1865. Liber 2of Deeds
DEED — P. B. Reading to Jno. D. Birdtall •—
Dated Dec. Ist, 1865.
Conveying all that tract of land situated in Shas
ta county Ac., described as follows :
Commencing in the center of Section 45 of said Read
ing’s private survey, being the North corner of the
American Ranch tract. Ist, Run North 47°*
30', West 27 chains, thenco run South 42°, 30%
West 35 chains and establish a corner for starting
point, Ist, run North 47°, 30', West 40 chains
and establish a corner. 2d, run North 42°, 30',
East 40 chains and establish a corner. 3d, run
South 47°, 30', East 40 chains and establish a cor
ner. 4th, run South 42°, 30', West 40 chains to
the place of beginning.
Containing 160 acres in Sections 42 and 45 of
said Reading’s private survey, as per diagram at
Recorded January 17th, 1366, Liber 2, of Deed?,,
DEED.—P B. Banding to William Lndwig , —
Dated March Ist, 1866.
Conveying all that tract of land situated in the
County of Shasta, being a part of the Buena Ven
tura Rancho, particularly described as follows :
Commencing at the east corner of the tract of land
heretofore sold to John Wilson, and running thence
North 42°, 30'. East 45 chainf to the bank of the
Sacramento River, thence South 71°, East 30
chains along the margin of the Sacramento Riv
er, thence south 42°, 30',west 80 86-100 chains to a
corner, thence north 47°, 30',.west 35 chains'to John
Wilson’s line, thence North 42°, 30', East 20
chains along Wilson’s line to the' place of begin
ning. Containing 255 33-100 acres.
Recorded April 23d, 1866, Liber 2, of Deeds,
Terms and Conditions of Sale. CASH,
in Gold Coin of the United States—Ten per cent,
of the purchase money to be paid to the Auction
eer on the day of sale, balance on confirmation of
sale by said Probate Court. Deed at expense of
Administrator of the Estate of P. B. Reading,
Joh.v S. Follansbee, Att’y for Administrator.
Shasta, Sept. 12th, 1872. 25ts
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