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SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 19. 1873. REPIBLICAY NOMINATIONS. For the Assemblr, JOSEPH ISAACS. For Sheriff, WM. JACKSON. For Clerk, L. SCOTT, For Treasurer. JOHN V. SCOTT. For District Attorney, CLAY W.TAYLOR. For Assessor, JAMES LEARY. Per Superintendent of Public Inetruction. L. K. GRIM. For Coroner and Administrator, W. P. HARTMANN, For Supervisor—lst District, G. C. SCHROTER. TOWNSHIP NO. 1. For Justice of the Peace, GEORGE R. KNOX. For Constable, O. S. HOLTON. For Headmaster, E. F. CROCKER. TOWNSHIP NO 8. For Justices of the Pence. H. C. JACOBSON, H. H. SHUFFLETON. For Constables, JAS. RAY, 0. ENGLE. For Headmaster, P. MAHONEY. THE BANK BOBBERS. Three men, Winkley, Whipple and Toney attempted to rob Decker, & Jewett's bank at Marysville on the 11th instant, in broad daylight. One of the bankers shot and killed Whipple on the spot and the othei two robbers fled. Winkley was captured at Yuba City and Toney continued flight northward on horseback. Officers Murphy and McCoy of Marysville, pursued the fugitive in hot haste, and were close upon him all Friday forenoon. They arrived at Princeton at half past 12 o’clock, whete they ascertained that Toney crossed the ferry at ten o'clock, head ing toward Jacinto. ' hey lelt Princeton at 4 o'clock a. M. and proceeded on to Ja cinto, where they got fresh horses and smar ted on the plains. After riding about eight mile*, and about 8 o'clock on Satur day morning, the officers discovered Toney at a vacant farmhouse, where he had slop ed to take a lunch and feed his horse.— The horse was in the barn, where also was his gun and revolver. Toney was at the well, whrrche was taking his morning lunch. The officers approached unobserv ed and covered him with their arms, lie was .<■: 0- ’ r>! "-ly *aken by surprised that he made r:o r- - -t:e<e whatever. Toney was hanj-e'o: put mi I■ is horse.— M'nrj y h» k ,n han-i tlic rope liaiter about Toney's horse's neck, and with McCoy mounted in the rear, they started back to ward Jacinto with their prisoner. After traveling about four miles McCoy rode up past Murphy tor consultation, and while thus engaged Toney cut the halter with a knife, wheeled his, and rode from the of ficers at a furious rate. In the race that ensued the fleet horse of Toney gave him an advantage, as he managed to keep about 200 yards ahead of Murphy. McCoy’s horse proved the slowest and he fell in the rear. Murphy followrd Toney for ten or twelve miles, discharged six shots at him. lie thinks one shot took effect on the horse, but Toney escaped as he lay close down upon the horse's neck. lie fol lowed till bis horse gave out. Murphy left McCoy at 12 o’clock on Saturday, when the latter started in pursuit with a fresh horse. Murphy took the O o'clock train last evening for lied Bluff, from which place he will start again in pursuit of the desperado. Toney pretended to be ignor ant of all that had transpired here on Fri day, and was much astonished to hear ot the death of his companion—Whipple. The recapture was effected at Sander’s Bend ol the Sacrament- river, below Cot tonwood, at about 11 o’clock on the morn ing of the loth. The officers having a clue as to Toney’s probable whereabouts, proceaded to the bend and stopped at Mr. Knight's, intending to proceed in the night > but they hadn’t been in the barn only about fifteen minutes when they discover Toney and a man named L. oraith ap proaching the house. Tjney stopped and talked with the ladies at the house, and when him and his companion started to leave, the officer mounted their horses and rode out of the barn after them. Toney wheeled in his saddle, and when the offi cent were near him McCoy's pistol was ao cidcnlilly discharged, shooting loneyin the arm, when he surrendered without re sistance. lie was unarmed. The horse that be escaped on gave out near Jocinto, and was so badly disabled that he could not he removed from Sander's. Toney’s arm was bound and dressed up and he was biought to lied Bluff, where his wounds were dressed and the bone found in lo broken. The bull bad ranged down ward, and is still in his body. The Fence Question —The mountain counties should elect their beat and most able men lo represent them in the next J*. i»-itmre. The fence question, which is of great importance to n», will come up for solution, and the advocates of the no fence law are determined to force it upon all the counties if possible. A general no fence law would ruin our mountain counties, and the people should look out and see that their interests are represented. BRIEE MENTION. Charles Eames has a new front to bis blacksmith shop. Sec notice of the meeting of the Board of Equalization. The Modoc part of the Modoc panorama is a humbug. Shasta, Friday 2 P. M.—thermometer °lO3 in the shade. James McGarry purchased a eoupleof: fawns this week, and nice pets they make. Frank Miller has commenced laying the foundation of bis new brick store at Red ding. Charles Watts, who lately returned from j the lava beds, ia at the American House | above Trinity Centre, dangerously ill of fever. Thomas White, of Piety Hill, who fell from a wagon on the 4th, ia recovering.— Tom is too good a boy to “pass in his checks.” On Monday night a heavy shower of rain fell here laying the dust and cooling the atmostpherc nicely. Without any effort on our part, the sub- j scription list of the Courier has increas , ed twenty-one copies since the Ist of May. The E. O. DeWitt, who was going to I make charges against Gillem, but didn’t is an army surgeon, and not DeWitt of Yreka. Col. Lewis did not arrive at Fort Klam ath until the hour of adjournment of the Modoc trial court. A bear show came off at the Harmonic Hall on Thursday evening. The show con ! sisted of a trained bear and a couple of I Frenchmen, and they succeeded in pleas ing the children amazingly. The Democratic Convention of Tulare split on the no-fence question and sixteen no fence delegates went home disgusted. Tom Fowler was nominated for State Sen ator. Joseph Chitwood, was in town several? days this week, but finding the weather' growing too warm tor him, left Thursday morning for the cool climate of the Tower House region. Grant I. Taggart, one of the owners in the Trinity Centre Quicksilver mine, was in town a few days ago. Machinery has been sent up to extract and save the Quick silver. Senator John P. Jones is expected here in a short time, to look after the Potosi quartz mine at Muletown. Jones is the principal owner of that valuable mine, and | we understand that he intends to fully de velops it as soon as possible L. Garrccht, while exercising a young horse before a sulky, at Redding this week, ‘ had a runaway and was severely injured. We don’t want to write “Lorry’s” obituary just vet. and he will accommodate us by | letting that cussed jiggling, bobbing, jumping sulky alone. Thera things are ■ rngerous—let the docters monopolize ’em. P. S.—We dont expect to be sick soon or we would have left that last remark off. VAI.HK ok property during LIKE AND AFTER DEATH. Rich as a man may die, unless his prop erty is all in pood shape, and his will and affairs generally clearly arranged, there is jno certainty whatever that his wife and ; children will derive much benefit from all he has left behind. Property sold through i the Probate Court generally brings only trom onehalt to two thirds the price ;it would command if the late owner was I alive and was himself selling it. This is | due to the fact that, if there has been any kind of irregularity in the legal proceed iugs connected with the sale, the heirs are eventually likely to rake the matter up and try to recover the property, as was the case in the Paly and Welton and many other suits. In addition to this injury to the property of deceased persons comes heavy legal and Court fees, referees, charg jet, advertising and a thousand loopholes which drain the estate, all of which the | owner in bis lifetime could have avoided. It is particularly unfortunate for heirs and legatees if the property left to them is cov ered by a mortgage. Though the mort gage may amount to but one-third or one halfthevalne of the property, it isquite like ly—because of the drawbacks mentioned— to swallow it all, and to leave the heirs nothing. The man who loves his wife and children should endeavor to keep his affairs in such a state that, if he were suddenly called away by death, bis property would be found in such well arranged condition as tc yield something like its full value to those he leaves behind. The value ol property while the owner is living to man age it, and the value of the property with ! the owner dead and the sale to be made through a Court, are, unfortunately, two very different things always. | " Released.— James Kelly, a U. S. Sol | dier, was recently arrested at Redding on a warrant issued by Justice Manning of Fort Crook. Kelly was charged with steal ing a watch from a resident of Fall River, j Sheriff II nil took the prisoner back to Fort I Crock where he bad an examination and waa ordered to the County jail to await the , action of the Grand Jury, "be evidence not being deemed sufficient to bold him, J udge Hopping discharged Kelly from cus tody on a writ of habeas corpus. Forbes says that be stopped the publi cation of the New Endowment paper at Salt J.ake City because be did not take enough money to that city to enable him to publish it longer A USELESS CONCERN. There is published in this State a month ly magazine styled the California It is devoted to the public schools, or at ( least contains matter supposed to promote the public school interests. A day or two ago the State Controller drew his warrant: for 84,200 to sustain this useless publica tion, that being the yearly appropriation for the Teacher. We immagine but few people knew they were taxed to sustain this journal, and now they are made aware of, the fact, will unitedly ask that this item of expense may be cut off The San Jose , Mercury, which generally favor every en- I terpnse connected with the common school system, ssys of this publication : “Of all | conglomerated specimens of everlasting stupidity, commends us to the California j I Teacher.—Call. One of the first acta of the next Legists-! ture should be the repeal of the law which 1 appropriates a large sum of money from the State Treasury each year for the sup | port of the mutual admiration society’s or gan, the California Teacher. The people get less for the money thrown away on this libel on the name of teacher than if 1 the amount was sunk in mid ocean. There it would do no harm, while as it is now used it is a means for disgusting sensible i ipeople with educational publications.— Chronicle. I The Republicans of Shasta County re fused to nominate a candidate on their tick iet in opposition to Clay W. Taylor, a Dem ocrat, for District Attorney, and adopt a [resolution endorsing him as an excellent officer. There is no danger of the Demo cracy rising above partisanship to return the compliment to a Repuulican, no matter how well qualified. They never fail to I nominate down even to the office of Con j stable, only a Democrat who never scratch ed a ticket. —Yreka Journal. O’Kelly, the New York Herald corres pondent, who was imprisoned in Cuba by- Spaniards has been released in Madrid. BUCKEYE RANCH & isou P 0» V WINE CELLAR AND DISTILLERY, j li MILKS FROM SHASTA, 05 TOE ROAD TO REDDISG, HA. WISER, Proprietor. Having purchased the interest of his former partner, Louis Terry, deceased, would respectfully announce to the public that he has a large stock ot Wines and Brandy on hand j from one to ten years old. Port, Angelica, Sherry iaud Whit© wine. Apple, Peach, Grape and Fig ! Brandy, which he will sell at reduced prices for :ca>h. 1 Special attention paid to choice eld Wine and \ Brandy for Medical and Family ure. TVOTIOE. Notice is hereby given our friends and the public, that on the Ist of July, the undersigned entered into a co-partnership, for the purpose of carrying on the Baking and Saloon busi ness at the old stand, and that the firm name will be Charles Boell A Co CIIAS. BOELL, HENRY BLUBM. All persons indebted to the establishment previ ous t» the above date, are respectfully requested to settle their accounts. Shasta, July dlh, 1873. NEW STORE ! By \\ RIGHT. Having opened a store at "and- ERSON" on the California and Gregcn R. R, we would most respectfully inform the public that we have for sale an excellent stock of eg, Pi Groceries and Imported Liquors Consisting in part of fine old FRENCH BRANDIES of various brands. Also an excellent article of domestic W nisKlos from Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee, which we guarantee to be the PURE JUICE. We also have for sale a well selected stock of Staple DRY GOODS, BOOTS 4\n SHOES, II A T S. READY MADE CLOTHING, &c. all of which we offer at prices that will give satis faction to all that may favor us with their patroa age. We pay the highest price for Wool, Hides, Tal low, Beeswax and Dried Fruit. Store—North St., 150 yards north of Depot. BEDFORD A WRIGHT. (n41v21.) G.C.SCHROTER. Saddle and Harness Maker, Charter Oak Building. Main Street, RESPECTFULLY .INFORMS the PaMic that he has an exter sire stock of Saddlery, Harness and SADDLERY HARDWARE On band, which be will dispose of at Reduced Prices! He request, those io want of GOODS in hi. line to call and examine his stock before purchas elsewhere, os bis Goods are far SUPERIOR to any ever before brought to Shasta. R epalrlng, CARRIAGE TRIMMING, Ac., done to order on the most reasonable terms, and in the best man ner. ALSO, AGENT FOR KLOTZ’ LCM ber, ready dressed. Door and window frames, window blinds, Ac. Shasta, June 19,1849 ;e!9. A. DOBROWSKY. Jeweier and Watchmaker, Main Street Shasta, Keeps constantly on hand a fine assortment of Jewelry, Watches, Clocks & Silver ware ! All kind? of Jewelry made to order. Diamonds and other Gems reset in the latest style, and Hair Jewelry mounted in 18 karat gold. Watches and Clocks repaired, and all work done or good* sold, warranted. ALSO : ALL GRADES OF THE CELEBRATED Elgin Watches, from the manufactory uf the National Watch Com pany, of Klein, Illinois. These Watches have gained a high reputation, the demand for them is increasing so greatly, that an average of more than a thousand watches is sent away each day. Call and examine my stock. WILSON AND BUCKEYE SHUTTLE Sewing 3laehines. Wonderful achievements of Inventive Genius. and Mechanical Skill I Unrivaled lor Simplicity, Durability and Beauty 2 Stitch Alike on Both Sides. Having received the Agency for these Machines the undersigued is prepared to take orders for the same. No. 1 Willson Sewing Machine $50.00 Buckeye Hand Sewing Machine $25.00, Table and Treadle for Buckeye Machine....sl2.oo, Specimen Machine on exhibition. o RDERSFOR Rifles, Shotguns and Pistols promptly attended to. kinds of repair? on Guns, Mathemat ical, Optical, and Surgical Instruments, Sewing Machines, Faucets, Steam Valves. Ac,, neatly ex ecuted. E. DOBROWSKY, ! T. J. BVTM-.R. S\m’l JAYNES. BUTLER & JAYNES. Forwarding & Commission Merchants. REDDING. CAE. Murk—“ Care of B. A J August. lOih, 1»72. E. i C. A. GARTER, ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW, SHASTA CALIFORNIA. AVTILL practice in ;ill the Court? of thi? Judi f f cial District, and also in the Supreme Court. All business entrusted to them will receive careful and pr mptattention. Office—ln Charter Oak Building, first floor. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. \fjXmk AI Change ol Route! CALIFORNIA & OREGON COAST line Stage co Sanderson, Parker & Co., Proprietors. DEPARTURE OF STAGES. On and after September Ist 1572, Stages will leave Redding for Shas la od the arrival of the cars, at 10-30 P. M. Sta ges tor Yreka, via French Gulch, Trinity Center. | Callahan’s Rauch. Rough and Ready, and Fort Jones,will leave Shasta, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at 6, A. M. Stages leave Redding going North, on the arri val onhe car; at 11-50, P. M., for Pit River, Dog Creek, Portuguese Flat. Soda Springs, Strawberry Valley, Buttevillc, and Yreka. Cal., and Jnc'rson : ville. Canyonville, Rosehurg, Oakland and Eugene —there connecting with Railroad fur Portland, Or* iegeu, SHASTA OFFICE—At the Empire Hotel. JOHN CRADDOCK, Agent. BEE HIVE SALOON & READING ROOMS, OP POS I T E TII E COURT HOUSE, Main Street, Shasta. This old established house keeps constantly on hand a choice selection of Brandy, Whisky. Bum, Gin, Sherry - Wine, Port Wine, Claret Wine, and a select ion of the different brands of Cham paign, English Ale it Porter in Bottles or Draught, Wluth riugham's Crab Apple Cider, and Ramsay’s Islay Whisky. P nyslolans tan rely on having their orders promptly attend sd t" and with such Liquors as are calculated for Medical purposes. CHARLES MCDONALD. Shasta, Jan. 14, 1870. tf. GREENE’S HOTEL. After this date will be uxdee the management and control of MAS. H. L. GREENE who will always be pleased to see friends and pat rons of the House. Shasta. Oct. 1. 1870. % FURNITURE^ WAREROOWS —AT— REDDING. MILLER WOULD RESPECTFUL " ly announce to the citizens of Shasta County i that be now has a large stock of FURNITURE. BEDDING, and UPHOLSTER ING GOODS : a large assortment of WALL PAPER. HANGINGS, and TABLE OIL CLOTH. OVAL and SQUARE. PIC TURE FRAMES. PICTURE MOULDINGS of all sizes and FRAMES made to order. Carpets & Matting:. I also have in connection with Furniture a large assortment of CROCKERY, MINA LASS “CEHS WAR GLASSWARE, Lamp Chimneys and Lamp Wick, Rustic, Hol land and Fancy Window Shades, of all descrip tions. I also keep constantly on hand a large supply of DOORS, WINDOWS and BLINDS,|WINDOW GLASS, ef all sizes, PAINTS. OIL, and COLORS all of which I offer at the lowest price. Orders from abroad will receive prompt attention and goods carefully packed. [d!3. NEW STOKE! NEW GOODS! D. BHKASLATJEII, WHOLESALE & RETAIL. DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING, LADIES A GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, Hats and Caps, BOOTS AND SHOES, ItLA.SKETS it- MIA Jilts RUBBER GOODS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. MARKET STREET, HAVING SETTLED HERE WITH FAMILY fur the purpose of building up a permanent trade, we offer our Goods at the very lowest living prices and iuvite the public to cull and examine our stock. D. BREASLAUER. Redding, Nov. 26th, 1872. [36.tf. I#% i '= ' . ■ l,: : ■ : C? 3 IU d H ■m % £W Q m ba JW 10 >3 a* ■ P r Til E PROPRIETORS RESPECTFULLY announce to their friends and the public gen erally that they have opened their new Hotel mid have furnished the establishment throughout with new SPRING BEDS of the latest style. The par lor and rooms are large and well ventilated. THE TABLE will always be supplied with everything the mar ket affords and every possible attention will be paid to the wants of guests and no pains spared to render them comfortable. At XICLG BAR None but the best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars will be dispensed to whoever comes in and takes *• 40 drops." The Oregon A California STAG ICS ar rive and depart daily from tin* Hotel. 331 - SHASTA RESTAURANT, REDDING, CALIFORNIA. CHARLES 'LEROY Proprietor. Me&li at all hoars of the day and night. Table will always be supplied with the very best the market from Shasta to San Francisco will afford. Also, a Bakery department will be attached to the establishment and fresh Bread and cakes of all kinds will be supplied at reasonable prices. Private dining room for ladies and families when desired, and best attendance. The bar always supplied with best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. I also have the Agency for the San Francisco Steam Soda, (Sipbon C irked bottle) Factory. JOHN S. FOLLANSBEE, Attorney & Counselor at Law, SHASTA, CALIFORNIA. J W BRACKETT, Attorney * Counselor at Liw. SHASTA CALIFORNIA Shasta Drag Store! % Call 'D. WELLEN DORFF, IS NOW IN ECEIPT OF A LARGE STOCK of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery and Toilet An des, which he has personally selected, and which ho offers to sell at prices to suit the times. Tra ders are invited to call and examine his stock, *and the proprietor feels confident that he can give them perfect satisfaction in prices and quality, lie keeps constantly on hand all the Standard Patent Medicine , AYER’S MEDICINES, JAYNE’S FAMILY PREPARATIONS, DVIIE FRESH DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, English, French German «k American PERFUMERY, Toilet Articles, Combs. Brushes, SPONGES, SOAPS etc., etc. OILS, SEEDS, ALCOHOL, RLUE STONE. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully prepared from Fresh and Pure Drugs, at all hours of the day and Night. THE PROPRIETOR WOULD ALSO ''ALL the attention of the public to the fact, that he has a Dental Office connected with the store, where he will perform all operations on the teeth in a satis factory manned. ARTIFICIAL TEETH inserted on Gold, Silver and Vulcanite, with all the latest improvements and at reasonable rates. Satisfac tion guaranteed or no pay. L, WELLENDORFF (028.tf.) GREAT EXCITEMENT! ;...Ai.. J. ISAACS PIONEER DRY GOODS & CLOTHING EMPORIUM! AT SHASTA AND REDDING NEW GOODS. NEW STYLES ! iELIE@A!NIT DftISSS QQQm, THE LARGEST STOCK OF Ladies’ Misses’ Childrens’ Hats Ever offered in the oountv. EVERYTHING that is required to complete the wardrobe of Lady or Gent, can be found amongst this Elegant Stock. GENT’S HATS of the latent style. Call soon or you will be too late. Goods going off quickly. I'l lt!«* of elegant quality and selling very cheap. No trouble to show good*. Only give us a call and you will be well paid for your trouble. Remember the stores. J. ISA ACS. Shasta and Redding. EMPIRE HOTEL! MAIN STREET, SHASTA, JOHN V. SCOTT, Proprietor. Thk proprietor of this favorite Hotel takes pleasure in announcing to his friends and the public generally that he has re fitted and re-turnished the establishment through out, and is now prepared to entertain guests in a style equal to any other house in Northern Cal ifornia. The PARLOR and ROOMS are large and commodious, and the BEDS «nd sleeping ac comodations unsurpassed. THE TABLE will always be supplied with everything the mar kets of this locality afford, and every possible at tention will bo paid to the wants of guests, and no pains spared to render them comfortable. At the lI\R none but the best brands of Wine, Liquor and Cigars will be dispensed to customers. The Oregon A Cal. Stages arrive at and leave this Hotel daily. CORRAL Sc STABLE. Attatched to this establishment is a good COR RAL and STABLE where Teamsters and others can always find an abundant supply of HAY and BARLEY at reasonable prices. JOHN v . SCOTT. Shasta, June 19tb, 18f>9. jel9 DANIEL LYNCH co ' GF >2 DEALER, Flre-Procf Brick Building, Callaghan’. Block, Shasta, RESPECTFULLY informs the citixens of Shasta, and the Traders, Teamsters and Packers of the North ern counties, that be has always on band and for sale an extensive stock ol GENERAL MERCHANDISE, groceries And PROVISIONS, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Which he is determined to sell so low as to Defy Competition, DANIEL LYNCH. Shasta, May 28,1884 E. Voluntine, —MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN— TIN. SHEET IRON & COPPER WARE AND ALSO, HARDWARE Iron, Steel, PAINTS, OILS, SASH, GLASS, Brushes, Varnish, Plows, Coal, Sporting and tii-* ant Powder, Fuse, Cordage, Stove*, including the celebrated Extension Buck Store, Mining and Agricultural Implements, &c., &c. MINING PIPE MADE TO ORDER. Shasta, July 22, 1871. CITY MARKET! MAIN STREET, SHASTA, PETEK HOFF, Proprietor. 1 9St 3a riIUE PROPRIETOR OF THIS WKLL known Market respectfully inform the Publie that a good supply of the best quality of FRESH MEATS can at all times bo found at bis establishment. In addition to the usual supply of fresh BEEP MUTTON, PORK and VEAL, ho constantly keeps on hand an ample supply of Corned Eeef, Pickled Pork, Ba con, Shoulders, and the finest Hams to be found anywhere. Fresh Canned LARD for sale in quantities to suit purchasers. BdTl’rices to suit the Times-"®t Shasta, Jan. 1, 1871. LI VERY STABLE ...AND... CORRAL. w. itTljunn Having purchased the stock, buo gies ami fixtures comprising this old end wvll knowu establishment, would respectfully inform his friends and the traveling public that he can always be found on hand and ready t* attend promptly to everything demanded in his line of business. FIXE C ARRIAGES &, BIGGIES, aud safe driving teams to let at the most reasonable rates. Excellent Pad dle Horses always on hand for the accommodation of the Public. He would also call the attention of IEA BISTERS to bis commodious CORRAL and superior accom modation,-. HAY BARLEY AND OATS Constantly • n hand at terms to suit the times. There is attached to the establishment a BOARDING HOUSE, Where Families and others ran obtain excellent accommodations. Main Street, Shasta, June 19th. 1809. jib 1849. Jf 1843. rpur: subscriber begs leave JL to inform the citizens of Shasta County that he has continued for the last 23 Years to p r- surgical operations on old Roots and Shoes by adding Feet, making good the Leg?, binding the Broken, healing the Wounded, merding the Consti tution and supporting the Body with a new Sole. HIS FIXE CALF ROOTS WILL be found as elastic as a California Politician's Conscience, and admirably suited to those who tread in the Paths of Rectitude. Their durability is equal to Truth itself and they fit the Foot at finely as Innocence does the face of Childhood. W. A. SCOTT- Shasta, Cal. 39nly. SALOON MAIN STREET SHASTA BY GEO R KNOX, (SUCCESSOR TO CDAS. LITSCH.) The best lager, wines, liquors, CIGARS kept on band. The Two BILLIAR TABLES in the establish' menl are always kept in the best of order. Local and daily papers taken. Call around ! (f?4.lf. LUMBER! Ol' All, DESCRIPTIONS —AT THE— SPRING CREEK SAW MILL Vi OODABD, GRIFFIN A SIKES, Proprietors. ORDERS FILLED AT ANT point on the Sacramento River from the mill down to Colnaa, or by team to an> point off the River.— Persons wanting good lumber will do well to give us a call, as we s« II at the most reasonable prices. E. Dickinson, Agent at [Redding. Spring Creek, June Ist, 1872. GEORGE R. KNOX, Notary Public for Shasta county. Bonds, Deeds, Ac., promptly madeont and-ac knowledged, and all other business pertaining to the office ♦Tansacted. [** A. J. BRYANT, M. D PHYSICIAN aud SURGEON, Having located at redding res spcctfully tender, his profession.! services |to the public. Office in WeUendorlTs Drag Btnn. | Market Street.