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Culnumis Cljronirlr.
FOVCAKDE, ‘25 OCTORRE.
A nos Lecteurs Fr annals.
Nous avons prorais dc donner a nos Irc
teurs Franqais unecolonne dr notrc feuille.
pour dipbeminer cutrc eux les nouvelles dc
}a merc-patric. Aussitot qu'il suit possi
ble, nous engagcrcns uq Frauqiis pour rC
diger la colonne.
Ayant v£cns longtemps patmi les Fran
oais, ncua sommcs habituer a leurs moeurs,
et nous conniiissons leurs besoms dans un
pays Stranger; et pour mieux exprimer
leurs necessities, et de veiller sur leurs
droits, ncus prendrons uu d’entr’eux, afin
qu'ils peuvent avoir un sentinel de leur
» * •.
choix, un compatriote.
France.
On lit dans le Courrier dcs Etats-Unis
du 11 septembre:—
Paris, 20 aodt 1801.
II regne toujours un calme plat en poli
tique. L'cffurt du gouvernement se con
centre tout enticr sur les councils generaux
dont la session s’est ouverte hicr. Du
reste, on n’a pas perdu de temps, et lecorf
seil general dc Seine-et-Marne, dans sa
premiere seance, a fbrmule un voeu de re
vision qui est inscrit aujourd’lmi dans tcus
les journaux cle I’ordre, sans doute pour
encourager par un si bcl exemple les au
ties conscils. Le moment serait mal choisi
pour hazarder dcs conjectures sur I’attitude
quo preudront les couseils, puisque dans
<]uelques jours nous conuaitrons positive
meut leurs votes.
LaPfttrie, le journal a tout faire de lE
dysee, a public, il y a deux jours, une nou
\ellc solution. EWe est auJacieuse, sinon
ingtnicuse. IJ s’agirait de faire cn decem
bro proebain les elections de la ncuvelle
Assemblte, qui ne devrait pourtant s’as
sembler qu’en mai. Le grand avantage de
ectte mesure, e'est que, suivant la Patrie,
on connaitrait d’avance I’esprit de 4a nou
yclle Assemble. Si elle etait betme, e'est
a dire revisionuiste, FAssemblee-actuelle
n’oserait plus refuser la revision. Si, au
coutraire, elle etait mauvaise, e’est a dire
ulemocratique, alors le President et I’As
■ teniblee actuelle s’entendraieut pour annu
lar I’elcction par dcs precedes qu’on ne di
pas. De sorte qu on nuraitia pendant cinq
uiois deux Asscmblees en presence, ce ijui
peruicttrait au President de se mettre a
cheval sur les deux, et de sc servir de la
moius mauvaise pour bridtsr Pautpe. J’ou
bliais de vous dire que pour etre plus sur
d’etre servi a souhail par les clccteurs, M.
Delumnrre, I'inveutcur de la solution, pro
pose de faire faire les elutions par zone, de
telle sorte qu'uno armee coucentrce dans
les d«parte«icns ou I’ekKtion doit avoir
litu, puisso toujours y yrotegcr la lib.rte
cfectorale
Bien que la Patrie ait pris soin de dega
rger le pouvoir de toutc so'.idarite dans l’e
lucubration de ce chef-d’oeuvre, il est evi
6cnt que quelque sottise de ce genre doit
trotter duns la tete de nos miuistres. II y
a dans Tair, pour ainsi dire, qiielquc chose
qui indique dans le pouvoir uu parti pris
<le tout sacrifier pour arriver a la prolon
gation dcs pouvoirsdo M. Bonaparte. Au
Jourd’hui, le Journal des Debats, si scepti
que, si reserve, doune pompeusement le
.iiom dcs mdividus cliez lesquels on pent
eigner la petition revisionniste. Voila done
le Journal dcs Debats eurole, cote a co!e
■avee M. Berrycr, duns la cainpagne bona
partiste. Cela indique assess clairement
qu’il y a eu des engagements echanges, et
ii n’est pas trop temeraire de penser que
le President n’aura obtenu Tappuidcs legi
timistes ct des 01 leanistes poliiiques qu'en
-prenaut I’engageroent de ne pas se pronon-
Cer contrc la loi du 31 mai. C’es* la cn ef
fst le point qui tient le plus au coeur des
ucneurs de la reaction. 11a sont tres fiers
-d’avoir entame le suffrage universe!, et se
rnieut disposes a risquer, s’il 1c faut une
collision. Le raisonnement que j’ai enten
du faire par des orlea-nistes rallies au bo
napartisme, cst celui-oi: Si Ton se bat,
nous avons cbance de I'eraportcr; ct si
nous devons succurnber, mieux vaut que le
sociullsme arrive par I‘insurrectiou que par
le seruVin. Apres une insurrection victc
rieuse, on peut tenter de reagir ; devant
une Asscmblee dcmocratique regulieremcnt
aommee, il n’y a plus qu’a s’incliner.
Un motif puissant de cruire que M Bo
naparte cst decide a pousser a entrance sa
-cainpagne contre la Constitution, e’est i’c
tat de I’Europe. Les monarchies du conti
nent se sentent de plus eu plus abandonnees
de I’opinion. Elies comprennent a mcr
veille qu’un revirement politique en France
determine la proclamation immediate d ; la
republique en Allemagne et cn Italic. Or
le retrait de la loi du 81 maf* qui rendrait
<ce revirement inevitable, scrait pour elles
ic ceup dc la mort. Elies doivcnl done pe
ser Je toates leurs forces sur M. Bonaparte
pour le pou-ser a une charge a fond contre
la republique. Car si les choses se pas
saieut reguliei ement, lors uem« que par
impossible la guerre n’cclaterait pas, les
souwtrains ne pourraient assister quatre
uus encore Parmo au bras a la decailence
de leur pouvoir; il faut qu’ils en finissent
cette annoe memc avec la republique, ou
ils sont perdus. Eh bien ! j‘ai le sentiment
intime que Al. Bonaparte est ici leur man
dataire, 1c representant de leur poliiioue,
et qu'il a entre les mains, en cus de tucccs,
its promessts les plus magnifiques.
Je crois Jouc que nous inarchons vere
une grande luite qu'il cut ete bien facile
d’eviter avec un pvu do probite et de bonne
foi, muis que persuune n’a la main ass<fz
forte pour njourner bien longtemps. La
Bourse, cn depit de son materialisms et
quo que gulranisee journelkment de nom
breux cscomptes commence a ressentir par
le poids de cette atmosphere orageuse, e ?
je suis peisuade qu’a parlir du retour de
rAsseutblce, lea eveuements vout se dessi
ner rapidemeut. Ce sera une crise redou
table, la plus formidable peut-etre que
nous ayons traversee depuis soixaute tins,
mais cette Ibis encore j’ai pleine confiauce
dans la fortuuc de la democratic.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
elect in Calaveras County, who
have filed their bonds and have their
commissions of office.
Township No. 1. Daniel Dunham
and L. A. Coring. Tdis township is
composed of the precincts of Jackson,
South Fork and-Middle Fork of Jack
son Creek ; Sutter Creek, th* Butte,
Middle Bar, Columbia Bar and Jones,
Bar.
Township No. 2. J. J. Owen and
Andrew R, Courtwright. Composed
of the precincts of Dry Creek, Ranche
rie, Amadore, New York store, Boston
store, lon valley and Weed’s store.
Township No. 3. George Wunkton
and W. H. Jones. Composed of the
precincts of Volcano and Fort John.
Township No. 4. John Elkins and
E. Whipple. The latter having failed
to comply with the law in filing his
bonds un’d applying for his commission,
John Elkins is the only justice in this
township, composed of the precincts of
Winters’ Bar, Turnersville and Lower
Mokeiumne.
Township No. 5. John E. Pley and
A. Farter. Composed of the precincts
of lowa Log Cabin, Sun Antonio, Low
er Calaveras and Double Springs.
Township No. 6. S. D. Ball and
Charles Halsey. Composed of the pre
cincts of Mokeiumne Hill, Willow Bar,
Big Bar, Upper Mokeiumne, Rich
Gulch and North Fork of Calaveiaa.
By an order of the Court of Sessions,
begun and holden at Jackson, it being
an adjourned term : present Charles
Boynton and B. H. Williams Associate
Justices, a petition was presented, pray
ing the Court to order an election at
Big Bar for the election of a Justice of
the Peace and a Constable ; upon which
it was ordered by the court that a spe
cial election be held for the purpose
of electing said justice and constable,
and that said election be held on the
third day of September, the day of the
election, which resulted in the
election of J. E. P. Weeks, in and for
township No. 6 ; and, he having filed
the necessary bonds and received his
commission is duly authorized to act as
Justice of the Peace of said township.
Township No. 7. A. . Putney and D.
J. Justice : the former having failed to
apply for his commission in compliance
with the law, D. J, Justice is the duly
commissioned Justice of the Peace in
and for said township, composed of the
precincts of O’Neils Bar, Sun Antonio,
McKiimie’s Humbug, San Domingo,
San Antonio Creek and El Dorado
camp.
Township No. 8. John Reid and J.
C, Scribner: composed of the precinctS
of Carson’s creek, Angel’s Camu Cay
ote fiat and Stanislaus river.
Township No. 9. Samuel McGeary
aud VV. Stocker : the latter having fail
ed to comply with the law in filing his
bond, Samuel McGeary is the only du
ly commissioned Justice of the Peace
in and for said township, composed of
the precincts of Murphy’s New Dig
gings, Biacetia; Douglass’ Flat and
Spring Garden Camp. n^2t4
TJER3IS OF COURTS.
An adjourned meeting of the Court of
Sessions will be held on the Fourth
Monday in October, at Jackson ; Hon.
William Fowle Smith, Judge ; S. D.
Ball and J. C. Scribner Associate Jus
tices. nStd
The first regular term of the Court of
Sessions will bo held on the first Mon
day in December. n2td
The first regular term of the County
Court will be held on the first Monday
in November, William Fowle Smith,
County Judge. n2td
The first regular term of the Probate
Court will be held on the fourth Mon
day in October ; Hon. William Fowle
Smith, Probate Judge. n2td
The first regular term of the District
Court wifi be helh on the first Monday
in November, Hoh. C. M. Creanor,
Judge. n2td
There are now pending before the
Co rt of Sessions, nine criirfinal cases
to be disposed of at the adjourned term
of the Court on the fourth Monday of
October ; four under bonds to appear
and plead to indictments found against
them by the Grand Jury of October and
preceding terms of the Court, and five
that are not yet indicted. n2lt
STEAMER SOPHIE,
iuis McLake, Jr., master—FOß SAN
FRANCISCO—The new and fast steamer
Sophie, Louis McLane, Jr., master, will
leave Stockton Mondays, W ednesdays,
and Fridays, at 6 o'clock Pil. Return
ing, will leave San Francisco every Tuts.
day, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4
o’clock P.M.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board.
oct23 3(ii
Lureka Statue Line!!
FROM MOKELUMNE HILU TO STOCKTON.
WARD & ASHE, Proprietors.
E S. WILSON, Agent.
HPHE Stage leaves Mokclumne Hill every
morning at half past G o'clock am., and
arrives in Stockton in season to connect
with the steamers for San Francisco; re
turning, leaves Stockton at 7 a.m.
25 pounds of baggage allowed to each pas
senger. Way passengers, 23 cents per mile.
For passage, apply at the office of REY
NOLDS. TODD & CO., El Dorado House.
Mokelumue Hill. 0c25 tt
TIPPER PERKY, BIG BAR—
Th is Ferry is one mile from Mokcl
umne Hill, and four miles from Jackson,
the County seat, and is the nearest route
for tlic great trail from thp Northern to
the Southern Mines, saving’ n 4ll*Uuce of
four miles over every other route. It is
an excellent route for horsemen and packed
trules, and travelers can cross at every
stage of the water without delay, the pro
prietors being ferrymen, and guarantee
a safe passage. BURNS & POPE.
oct2o tf
/Saloon and Reading Room.
CAMPBELL & WEEKS, have opened
a spacious and elegant house on Main
street, opposite the New Church, as a sa
loon and Heading Room
The leading papers of this State, and of
the old Slates, will always be on file.
Connected wi h the house will be a bar
s'ored with the choicest liquors. oct2o tp
M)KELUMNE HILL DRUG
STORE, Main street, between Centre
and Lafayette streets.—Drs. HUNTER &
DAY respectfully inform their friends and
the public generally that they have just re
ceived from San Francisc i a large assort
ment of Medicines, and are now prepared
to attend to the wants of the afflicted.
Country calls promptly attended to, and
prescriptions carefully compounded. oc2^
r PO LET. — A room, 11x18 feet, co
vered with shingle roof, fronting on
Centre street. For terms apply at this of
fice. 0c25 tf
jV’UTICE. —A. H. TODD having
disposed of his interest in stock unci
fixtures in connection with E. W. Colt and
L. W. Newell, doing business under the
firm of Todd & Co., returns his thanks
to his many friends for their kind and libe
ral patronage, and solicits continuance of
the same, as he h* contf .iHtjg the Express
business with REYNOLDS, TODD & CO.
A 11. TODD.
Stockton, October 7, 1851 oc2o tf
]V OTI C K 0F * CO-PARTNE R -
' SHlP.—Angevine Reynolds, J. P. D.
Wilkins. Win 11. Drown, and A. H. Todd
have this day associated themselves toge
ther under the name and firm of REY
NOLDS, TODD & CO, for the purpose of
conducting and continuing the Express
and Dunking business in Stockton and the
the Southern Mines. We desire to return
our thunks to our many friends and the
public for past favors, and solicit a conti
nuation of the same.
REYNOLDS, TODD & CO.
Stockton, Oct. 11, 1851. oc2o tf
. J. E. Hughes.
Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, and
Clothing, on Main street, Mokclumne Hill
oct2s Ira
Wade & Fowler,
General Dealers iu Groceries, Provi
sions, and Mining Tools of every descrip
tion. Main street, between Central and
Lafayette streets, Mokelumnc Hill,
oct 18 1m
8. T. STUHGES. JAS. HAMILTON.
Sturges & Hamilton,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Wines,
Liquors, Cigars, Provisions, Hardware,
Lumber, &c, Main st., opposite the Post
Office
Freight hauled to and from Stockton at
the lowest current rates. ocllB 1m
Ha!iey & Co.,
Dealers in W. I Goods and Groceries,
Main street.
Messrs Halsey & Co. keep constantly on
hand a general assortment of miners’ stores
and mining implements, at the lowest cash
prices. octlB tf
Gold Dust Bought.
Reynolds, Todd & Co., pay the highest
price lor clean Gold Dust.
Money received on deposit by
octlB if REYNOLDS, TODD & CO
maxwell. Brock. & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry
Goods, Groceries, Provisions, &c., on
Stockton street, opposite Lafayette street,
Mokelumns Hill. octlS 1m
A. Murray.
Carpenter and Builder—shop next to the
“Ceberiana Mexicanos.” All kind* oTmin
ing Machines made to order. oct!8
$3?" Pioneer Hook and Ladder Co
An adjourned meeting of the Pioneer Hook
and Ladder Co. will be held at jlyers &
Robinson's, on Main street, on Wednes
day Evening, October 29, at 7 o'clock.
A punctual attendance is requested, us im
portant business will come before the meet
ing
Per order of the President.
It Oeo. U. CxMrsELi, Scc’y.
E\HItS.S LI.\E.
Messrs. Reynolds & co . and Mr.
A. 11. TODD (formerly of the firm of
Todd & Co.) hoeing formed a co-partncr
ship, under the name and atyle of Rxy
molds, Todd &Co , are now prepared to
transact all business in their line in the
safest and surest manner, and with dis
patch
Gold Dust, Letters, and Packages receiv
ed and torwurded to all parts of the United
States, or to any foreign country.
Drafts purchased in San Francisco on
any State iu the Union, in sums to suit pur
chasers.
We will also make Collections in any
part of the Southern Mines, Stockton, San
Francisco, or Sacramento, on reasonable
terms.
Office, at Stockton, on Levee street —at
Mokelumne Hill, in the El Dorado House.
oc;18 tf REYNOLDS, TODD & CO.
L. W. NEW ILL. E. W. COLT.
NEWELL &, CO.,
deposit bankers, exchange bookers.
AND GENERAL EXPRESS AGENTS,
Centre st., Mokelumne Hill.
Gold Dust purchased at highest rales.
Gold Dust received on deposit and insured.
Exchange on United States and Europe.
Drafts on Stockton and San Francisco.
Collections of Kates, Bills, &c., trade upon
reasonable terms. oct26 tf
UNION HOTEL,
Corner of Main and Stockton streets.
iA THE proprietor of this well known es-
JliSLtablisliment has the pleasure to an
nounce to travellers, ami the public gene
rally, that his arrangements are now com
plete for the accommodation of guests, the
bouse having been neatly fitted up and re
novated throughout. The sleeping apart
ments are wtdi ventilated and furnished
-thoroughly with clean and comfortable beds
and bedding adapted to the climate. None
but trusty and obliging servants are em
ployed, and the table is at all times sup
plied with the delicacies of the season, and
ail the substantiate of the market. The
bar is aim supplied with ths choicest wines
iiquors and cigars.
The location of the Union is pleasant
and central, and it will be the highest aim
of the subscriber to merit a share of pub
lie patronage. J. F. BRUSH,
octlS lm Proprietor.
THE EMPIRE,
Stockton street. Foot of Mam street.
THE undersigned beg leave respect
fully to announce to the public that
their new, large, and commodious house
is now in full and successful operation.
The site of the house is beautifully located
at the foot of Main street. Attached to
the house is a splendid bar, which will be
kept well furnished with the choicest wines,
liquors, and cigars. The sleeping apart
meats of the house are commodiously large,
and fitted up in a style which would con
trast favorably with those of the best ho
tels of the Bay City. The undersigned
have had long experience, and are an
xious to serve and accommodate the public
to the best of their ability.
SKINNER & CO.
octlS lm Proprietors.
MOKELOINE EXCHANGE.
THE proprietor of the Exchange
iiij will be happy to see his friends and
the public at his Hall, on Main street.
The Ethiopian Serenadeks nightly chant
several favorite airs accompanied by their
instruments.
The best liquors, ale, &c., &c. The lov
ers of a good cigar can be supplied with a
variety of the most approved brands.
JOHN P. SHEAR.
N B—The proprietor is making ar
rangements to give a series of Concerts a
la Ethcopean, when a full band will appear
in costume, of which due notice will bo
Riven. J.P. S.
EE DORADO HOUSE.
Corner of Main and Centre streets
JTHIB splendid and large Saloon
is now open for the reception of the
putdic—having been fitted up in the best
style of any house on Mokelumne Hill, in
fact equal to any house in the mines. The
second story contains », number of large
and well ventilated rooms, while the sa
loon below ha» two fine Billiard Tables and
a Bar fill d with the choicest liquors and
cij’.rs, also a refreshment stand, where the
best of eatables can be had at all hours.
WILLIAM PRAY,
octlB tf Proprietor.
ARCADE SAEOON,
Centre street near Main st eel.
jsL TO THE LOVERS OF FUN!—The
jclL subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public generally, that he
has opened this splendid establishment for
the amusement of his patrons. His Bar
is furnished with the choicest brands ol
liquors and cigars. Id connection with
the saloon is a large BOWJiiNG ALLEY,
which is ninety feet long, and in point of
solidity, leveluess, and neatness of finish
cannot be surpassed by ony other in the
State. [octlB tf] F. S FISK.
Henry S. Edwards,
HAIR CUTTER AND DRESSER.
Centre street, opposite Adam's Express.
TO each brand) of the business, Mr. E.
pledges himself to be unremitting in bis
to merit the patronage of the
public.
N B.—Mr. Edwards being also connect
ed with the City Baths, Commerfeial st. ,
San Francisco, would resfectlitPy invite
gentlemen visiting that city to call there,
where tiiey will find all the comforts desir
able in a good bathing establishment.
Business hours from 6 A.M. to 10
P M. octlS tf
Henry M Slqrgei,
General Dealer in Groceries. jProvi*ione,
and Liquors. Also, Mining Tools of every
description. Main street, opposite the El
Dorado HoteJ, Mokelumne Uii!. ootlB 1m
SEWELL & CO.’S LXFBESS,
For the inutnoiNion of vtlutb't
Freight. I'mcoli, and Latter*. to
ell pert* of California,
the Atlantic States,
and Europe.
TX/’E hare established at
»’ Hill a principal office, nnd beg re
spectfully to inform tie public that our
arrangements ure now complete for the se
cure and prompt execution of all matter
entrusted to us.
Dispatching regularly every morning nn
express to Stockton, Sonorn, Facramerto
City, and San Francisco by such cnrefully
selected conveyance of stage and Mrnmbcat
as to ensure the greatest safety r.rd rapidi
ty, we can guarantee a reliable and (fficient
express.
Acting as the sole agents of the well
known and responsible firm of ADAMS &
CO., all our shipment of Treasure and val
uable packages to the Atlantic States and
Europe is made by them.
NttbelU % (jo. are the only hcvtt in this
■place or the Southern Mines oi/fhoriztd io
make shipments fo- or have any connietit n
tohalcvir u>ith Adams if Co.
Our I coks for Slnj ovent of Treasure will
close on the 12th «nd 28th of each moMlo-
Wa have just received at our office one of
(be finest hue and thief proof birrs
in the country ; and in connection with the
Express win do a
HANKING BUSfNESS OF DEPOSIT AND
EXCHANGE.
Goto Dust, coin, and yaluahles itcelxed
and insured upon general or special deposit.
We draw at eight, or on time, in sum* to
suit purchasers, on—
New York, Newfh-leans, Cincinnati,
Heston, fit. Louie, Baltimore,
Washington, Philadelphia,
London, fro.
NEWELL & CO.
NEWELL & CO., are authorised to draw
upon any of our houses in the Atlantic
States. oci26 tf ADAMS & CO.
IVTEW ARRANGEMENTS. —ln-
creased facilities by REYNOLDS,
TODD & CO.’S Express.—Our arrange
ments are -now complete lor shipping Gold
Dust, Packages, and all kinds Of express
matter, to all parts of the United States
and Europe by ADAMS & CO , GREGO
RY'S EXPRESS, or the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company.
Drafts procured and forwarded on the
most liberal terms, on Page, Bacon & Co.,
Adams & Co., or any other bofrse parties
may wish..
Our Express, per steamer Tennessee,
will dose at our offices here on Thursday,
October 30, 1851.
oct-25 11 REYNOLDS, TODD & CO
ATTENTION, EPICURES!
THE undersigned res
pectfully announce to the
inhabitants of Moltelumne
Hill, that they have con*
slant ly on hand a good sappily of the beat
quality of Beef, Pork, Mottos, &c., and
will be happy to supply their numerous
customers, on the most reasonable terms,
with the best article the market affords.
GOODWIN & CO., Butchers.
Main, bear Centre sts.
N. B.—Constantly on hand, all kinds of
lumber, at the most reasonable prices.
Mokelumne Hill, Oct 18, 1851.
For Sale.
THAT handsomely fitted establishment
known as the Eirgle saloon, with stock
and trade, kitchen utensils and everything
necessary to carry on the business. Apply
to the proprietor, on the premises,
octlB It* J. W. ALLEN.
i. E. P. Weck»,
Justice of the Peace—Main street.
At Campbell & Weeks’ Saloon and Head*
ing Room. 0c25 tf
Ch'is. A* Leak'd,
Attornev and Counsellor at Law.
Office in the Empire buildings. Centre st.
Oct2s tf
John C. Reids
County Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
Office at Jncksoh. 0c25 3m
imtlce of the Peace.
DANIEL DUNBAR, Esq., having taken
out. his commission an Justice of the Penck,
will be found at all hours at the Reading
Room of Fiscay A Co.> on Main s’reet, op
p .«!•». the Pl«i». Jackson. 0c25 2t.
J. I. Uai'tiC},
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Office in tire building with the County
Clerk’s office, opposite the Court House.
Main street, Jackson, Calaveras County.
oclio tf
Charles Halsej,
Attorney atl,aw and Justice of the Pence,
Empire House, Mokelumne Hill.
«ctlB 3m
S. D. Ball,
__ Attorney at Law and Justice of the Peace,
Sturges’ buildings, corner of Main and
Washington sts., Mokelumne Hill.
octlS 1 iti
E. B. Sawyer,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Stnrges*
building, corner ef Main and Pleasant
streets. oct!81m
Keller & Hlarlette.
Hall —Sto.j and Board
ing Hotise. opposit© New Cburcb, Mokel
umhe S!H. cctlS la»
■ ,l - i iim 'I » "t.pj . ii - ■ 1., i
Harry T. Huggins,
Attorney au<i touastellcr at Law, Jack
son, Calaveras County. ectib I.*

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