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SHASTA COURIER. POLISHED ETERT SATURDAY HORSING, BT W. t,. CARTER. Publication Office,—Armory Hall Building, First Floor. Terms of Subscription. FIVE DOLLARS per annum, in adcance' Terms of Advertising: For One Square, of 10 lines or less, one insertion. Four Dollars; for each subsequent insertion. Two Dollars. A libera! discount made to Monthly and Yearly Advertisers. Age nts. I*. P. FISHER, 20 «k 21 New Mer chant’s Exchange, is our only authorized Agent in San Francisco. QEO. P. ROWELL A Co., Park Row, N. Y. are authorized to solicit and collect for advertia ng in New York and other eastern cities. All transient advertisments must be paid for in advance, and all job work on delivery. We have quit wasting ink and paper in book keeping. C. P. R H. ' - BBS ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. MAY 4th. 1873, A DAILY TRAIN will leave REDD T N(J for CHICO, MAItYSVII.LB. SIC’AMKNTO. KkNo. Oci>EN, (Omaha East,) Stockt .n, Mrucsi>, (for Yosemite .) Tipxojf (for Los Angeles.) San Jose, and San Francisco, at 8-30. A. M A. N. TOWNE, General Supt. T. 11. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Tick et AgU The Missouri editors in their late Con vention formerly resolved that a man has the same right to walk into a grocery store and order a hand of sugar, or a sack ol ccffee, or into a law office and demand a legal opinion from its occupant, or into an undertaker’s and request a coffin, without expecting to pay for their respective wares or services, as into a newspaper office and demand the use of its brains and muscle and type, without a thought of recompense Assessment. —Robert Kennedy, 1 n der Sheriff, furnishes us with the following statement showing the amount placed on the assessment roll last year and the pres cntycar : Township No. 1 $290.70*2 “ “ 2 PH.C34 “ “ 3 44.581 •• *• 4 123.800 “ “ 5 177.047 “ 0 335.098 “ ■* 7 2*8.884 “ “ 8 197.381 Total ol 1872 $1,552,793 Township No. 1 $303,781 “ “ 2 60 896 “ “ 3 50.153 “ “ 4 182.983 “ “ 5 199.758 “ 0 346.305 •• •* 7 278.141 “ *• 8 188.123 C. I’. H. I!. Co. Township No. 1 i 7.. 177.377 Total of 1873 $1,771,577 Ol.’tt M ekciiants. —The following is the assessment return of all the merchants of Shasta County, as verified by their oath'. Traders who do not return as high j5?7.70 are not included in the list : f). Weil & Bio., Shasta SIOOOBI 11. C. liu'h, Shasta 2000 C. C. Hush, Redding SOOO 11 rntefemi A Cn., Shasta 8000 Volunlifie, Shasta 40(H) J. Isaacs, Shasra 4600 J. Isaacs, Redding 1100 1). Lynch, Shasta 1103 Manasse, Shasta 2000 Kesler. Whisk vtown 1800 F. Miller, Redding 1800 W. W. William i Cn., Redding 43.70 Frank Jt Urn., French llnlch 5000 I>r. I*l nin. French Gulch 5000 It.iljt. Pitt, Portuguese Flat 2000 S. Southern, Sweet Hricr 2000 I-ler it Urn., Bnrgi-ttsville 418(0 Dr. M nnrs, Burgetiaville 4000 *l. 11. llurtt, duckcve l>Oll Bergh, Churntown 2000 lleiltord Sc 77 right. Anderson 3700 Bedford Sc 77 right. Tex ts Springs 1500 Paul DePrtty, Centrrville 1000 11. Syman, Cottonwood. . 2100 11. Anklin, Millville 6000 J. Wheatly, Millville 5000 J. McCarlev, Shtnglefown 1400 A. W. Baker, Eagle Creek 750 Brewer it Son, Untiring River 2000 11 Gary. Bald Hills 2000 ,1. W Garden i Co., Gass Point 2500 Simpson it Leiter, 110-setown 3000 Simpson i Leiter, Ig ■ 2000 Willard, I go 3500 On Wednesday several men who live “down the toad'’ come into town with pow der flasks itc., but the cause of their sheep ish looks was not explained until it leaked out that they had tracked the Frenchmen’s trained bear right into the edge of Shas ta 1 A saloon keeper who lives on the road a few miles from here, stopped about half a dozen men who came along by his place trailing that same bear. Register.—All persons who are noton the Great Register, or desire transfer', must attend to the matter at once, if they wish to vote at the next election, as the register is being prepared for the election officers. Under the present law, the reg ster is also the poll list. Jerry Wright was in town on Wednes day, and reports business satisfactory at Anderson. Jerry says he intends to sup ply all this upper country with anything in the line of agricultural implements cheap er than any other establishment in the county. Cal] and see him. It appears that Col. Tom Henley, the pure minded patriot who enthuses the minds of the Sonoma Democracy, has 24,000 j acres of land in Mendocino county which is claimed as swamp lands, that in any sense of the word is not swamp land DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For the Assembly. RUDOLPH KLOTZ. For Sheriff. SYLVESTER HULL. F»r Clerk. WM. 11. BICKFORD. Fur Treasurer. J. VAX SCHAICK. Fur District Attorney, CLAY tV. TAYLOR. For Assessor. WM. THOMPSON Fur Superintendent of Public Instruction. J. W. BRACKETT. For Coroner anti Administrator, D. J. GWISN F-.r Counts Surveyor, Q X. ADKINS. For Supervisor—lst District, B. OLIVER. For Headmaster —Township No. 1. .1 TIN FORSTER. PHYSICAL STATISTICS. Suinv interesting facts are gathered firm the forthcoming report of the medical brunch of P e Provost Marshal's Hureau, regarding the Comparative physical condi tion of the various nationalities represented in America. These facts are derived from the medical inspection of 605.000 men who were drafted and examined during the late war. Fifty different nationalities wore represented, and the ratio of unfitness was 275 in every 1,000. The negroes botn in America stood the best ; the Canadians can c next, and the Scandinavians next. — A larger proportion ot the Irish and Ger mans were physically incapacitated for mil itary service than any other class. The native Americans were the tallest, averaging 5 feet 7J inches. The Canadi ans was the shortest, averaging 5 feet 51 inches. The Germans were the largest n easurment about the chest, the average being 32,50 The most prevailing disease among the American disqualifying them to service was found to he dyspepsia, sixty in every thousand between the ages of 18 at.d 15 being found unfitted for military service by reason of this disease. People following open air occupations were found generally better fitted for soldiers than in door workmen. At a party, tTuith the funny man pick ed from the floor some false hair, and hold ing it alcJr. wickedly asked who had lost it. Impulsively the hand of every lady within ear-shot went to her back hair. It was cruel to throw them oft" their guard and expose them so, but Smith says it wasn't his fault. It is a pleasant subject for contemplation that the army of a people who are sending ius immigrants at the rate of-1,000 per i month, recently captured a town and pul 30,0110 men, women and children to the sword. A mild ma.iered. meek and offen sive fellow-being is John Chinaman.— : Chronicle. Some of the papers are abusing railroads because a man over in Nevada can haul his hay and oats with his own teams cheap, er than the railroads Will do the work.— The next ihit g wo expect to hear is the abuse of railroad monopolies because they will not board men as cheap as they can board the in selves. ]s«r. That Favorite Heme Remedy, PAIN-KILLER, Has been before the public over thirty years, and probably has a wider and better reputation than any other proprietary medicine of the present day. At this period there an* but few unacquainted with the merits of the Pain-Killer ; but. while some ex tol it as a liniment, they know but little ol its pow er in easing pain when taken internally ; while others use it internally with great success, but are e (daily ignorant of itjj healing virtues when ;p -plied externally. Wo therefore wish to say to all, that it is equally successful, whether used internal ly or externa ly. It is sufficient evidence of its virtues as a standard medicine to know that it is now used in ail parts of the world, and that its su e is constantly increasing No curative agent has had such a wide spread sale or given such univer sal satisfaction. Davis* Pain-Killer is a purely vegetable com pound. prepared from the best and purest materi als, and with a care that insures the most perfect uniformity in the medici: e ; and while it is a most effective remedy for pain. 11 is » perfectly sale med icine, cv»*n in the most unskilful hands. It is eminently a Family Medicine ; and by be ing kept ready for immediate resort, will save many an hour of suffering, and many a dollar in time and doctor’s bills. After over thirty years trial, it is sttil receiving the most unqualified testimonials to its virtues, Irom persons of the highest character and responsi bility. Eminent Physicans commend it us a most effectual preparation for the extinction of pain. It is not only the best -einedy ever known for Bruises, ts. Cuts, Burns. Ac., but for Dysentery, or Cholera. | or any sort of bowel complaint, it is a remedy un surpassed for efficiency, and rapidity of action.— In the great "*itics of India, and other hot climates, it has become the standard medicine for all such ' complaints, as well as for Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaints. and all other kindre I disorders. For Coughs and Colds, Canker, Asthma, and Kheumat ic difficulties, it has bten proved by the most abundant and convincing testimony to be an in valuable medicine. We would caution the public against all imita tions of our preparation, either in name, or style of putting up. July sth, 1573. NOTICE. rpo ALL WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN: J. Nancy A. White, my wife, having left my bed and board without any just cause or provoca tion. I hereby notify the public that I will here after pay no debts of her contracting. WM. WHITE. Millville. July 9lb, A. D., 1873. The firm of Woodward. Griffin A Sikes has been disolved by mutual consent All Company debts contracted from January Iftth 1873 to date will be paid b; the new firm of Griffin, Sikes A Corcoran, spring Creek, July 11th, 1873. L. BEHRENS, MAIN STREET SHASTA. Deaier in Toys. Confectionery, Fruit, Vegetables, Fresh Garden Seeds, Ac. Fhafia, Jas. TJ, 187 S. Rome one asked Col. Thomas C. How ard.'of Georgia, the other day. if he thought a certain Radical in State would steal. — “Steal !” said lie ; “Why. by Jove, if he was paralyzed and hamstrung, I wouldn’t trust him hy himself in the middle of the desert of Sahara with the biggest anchor of the Great Eastern. Steal! I should think he wt uld. Governor Grocer has issued a writ ol special election to be held on the second Monday of October to fill the vacancy in the office of Representative in Congress from Oregon, caused by the death of Jos. G. Wilson. Jerry Callahan, who was a merchant in Shasta in 1851, is in town on a visit. DIED. On Saturday 28th day of June. 1873. at Mont- JT curry. Alnh.trna. Elizabeth Haynes Follarrhee. : relict of the late John Follanshee. of Pittsburgh, Pa., and mother of John S. FolUnshoe of Shasta. Ca! , in the eightieth year of her age. BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. 'VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN Board o Supervisors of Shasta County will meet as a Hoard of Equalization on the 23rd day •*f July 1873. at Ift o'clock A. M., and will con tinue in session until the business of Equalization presented to them is disposed of, but not later than the 28 th day of July. All applications for reduction are required to be verified by oath. No reduction will be made unless the person .»r hi* agent making application attends and answeifl all questions pertinent to the enquiry. WM. H. BICKFORD, Clerk. Shasta. July 14th, 1573. THE TREMONT HOTEL in AND GENERAL STAGE OFFICE, Main Street, Red Bluff, W. P. MAVIIEW, - - - Proprietor PROPKIETOH, WOULD RESPECT §_ fully announce to his friends and the traveling Public, that be has leased this well known brick Hotel, and will ot ail times be found ready to wait upon all those who may favor him with the light of their countenances—the latch string will always be out. THE TABLE. Will be supplied with the best the market affords. The rooms arc large and well ventilated, and New Spring Beds throughout. Prices to suit the tinier Stages arrive and depart daily, both north and south. Call and see me. Ked Bluff. April 22. 1870. EXCELSIOR SHAVING SALOON AND BATHOUSE. Win. P. HARTMANN, Proprietor. Main Street, Sharia, next door to G rote fend it Co Warm, Cold, and Shower Baths! The attention of the public is re spectfully called to the following prices: Warm Baths—3 for $l,OO. Shower Baths—s for $l.OO. Shampooing—2sc. Hair Cutting—s<)r. The patronage of the public respectfully solic ited. [May 14th. tf.J NOTICE TO CREDITORS. STATE OF ARTHUR JOHNSON. DECEAS- Ji ed. Notice i? hereby given by the undersigned. Administrator of the Estate of Arthur Johnson, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this nol : .c«? to the said Administrator at his place ot residence, at John sou’s Ranch, on Stillwa cr, in the County of Shasta. Dated July Ofh. 1873. D. C. JOHNSON Administrator of the Estate of ARTHUR JOHNSON, Deceased. Clay W. Taylor, Attorney for Administrator. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PAT ENT TO MINING CLAIM. United States Land Office, Sii \sta. California, June 25th. 1873. Notice is heieby given that Emanuel Lewin and Ferdinand Baebr whoso Post Office address b Shasta, Shasta County, California, have made ap plication for pa enl for the following described gold bearing pla«-cr Mine situated in French Gulch Mining district in the County of Shasta, and known as the John Orr Placer Mine, and more particularly described in the plat and filed notes on file in this office : Beginning at an oak stump thirty Inches high marked L B on the West side, -aid stump being the end of the Traverse line, and the South East corner of the claim; running tbeucc for the first course N 33° 3ft' W. 8 00 chains to a Willow tree four inches in diameter marked L. B : thence N 11° 30' W. 4.75 chains to a rock mound ; thence along the We t hank of the Lane A liar grave old ditch N 65° 45' E. 2 00 chains to Ist Station ; thence N 2f»° E, 1 50 chains to 2d Sta tion; thence N 17° 15' E. 1 60 chains to 3d Sta tion ; thence N 1° 3ft' *.V, 1.50 chains to 4ih Sta tion ; thence N 3° W 1.00 chain- to sth Station; thence N 31° W, 2.25 chains to 6th Station; thenct N 51° W, 2.20 chains to 7th Station, being the N K corner of the claim marked by rock inland : thence West. 10.65 chains to a rock mound for N W corner of the claim ; thence S 14 C E. 9.50 chains to a rock mound ; thence S 50° E, 18.00 chains crossing Shasta and French Gulch Road to »hi p.ace of beginning ; containing 14.87-100 aorc« the comer common to secti .ns 2 and Son the North boundary line of T 32 N K 7 W, M. D. M is situa ted S 12° 59' E. 147.18 chains distant from said place of beginning. The «b.»vo survey is design a ted as lot No. 37 in T 33 N R 7 W. M. D. M.. soi! claim is hounded on the North and East by tin mining claim of Gurtland A Co. and by the claim of Hunter A Co. on the South, and on the West b\ vacant government land. All persons bolding any a I verse claim thereto are required to present the same before the llegis‘crand Receiver of the United States Land office at Shasta, California within sixty days from the first day of publishing this notice. JNO. S. fOLLANSBEF, Register. FOR SALE OR TO LET. ROBERT PRITCHARD offers for sale or to let. his property located in Shasta, consisting of Hotel. Barn. Corral, Sheds, and stabling. The property has been, and is now, one of the best paying stands in the county and is only offered f«»r sale because the proprietor wants to go East to visit his relatives. The title is perfect (U. S. patent.) As to terms inquire on the premises or at the store of A. Grotefend A Co. Shasta, May 29th, 1373. Pioneer Shop! MAIN STREET. SHASTA, will be run by ISAACKS A GLASER. IVe are prepared to do all kinds of Blacksmitb ing in s style that will defy competition. Horse shoeing done in a manner that cannot be excelled, ffc make our own horseshoes. Thanking custom ers for past favors to thi, shop, we respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. May 6th, 1373. ISAACKS A GLASER. JAMES £. PELHAM, M, E fhyaielan, Surgeon and Acre OFFICE—Main street. Best door to Lew Reports fiom Wyoming state that ex tensive placer mines have been found neir the head waters ut the Hig Raramie River and its tributaries. It is said by people from there that lh< re are 40 or 50 miles oi gulches that will pay §lO per dav to the hard. Is our Motto! WE KEEP A T * «&c .■- >p s GENERAL ASSORTMENT Consisting of c. r o c e u i e s , PRODUCE, GRAIN, LIQUORS, ' Tf' a» as TV «Z 3 4T» 9 CIGARS, CROCKERY, GLASS WARE CCTLERY CHAIRS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, AND NOTIONS IN GREAT VARIETY in all of which we v ill allow no one to undersell us. Please give us a call. A 0 ROTE FEND A CO. We are Agents for the UNION FIRE INSUR ANCE Co., of Sin Fiunci-co. Agent? f.r ihc R.iin Wagon and Agents for Spangle A Me Maine? 8.-d Springs, price so low that no one can sleep comfortable without them. EVFS! EVESI DR. E. H. PARDEE, OCCULIST AND AURIST- V FT Ell a protracted blindness of more than five years, l)r. Pardcchas madehimself thoroughly and scientifically acquainted with ail diseases of the Eye, and is now practising with a success not surpassed in the United States. All operations performed, such as strabismus, oi cross eye. Cateract by linear extraction. Depression or Absorption, Pterygium, or fleshy membrum growing over the eye. Reduction of Staphyloma, oi bulging out of the eye. Artificial Pupil. Fistula Lacbryumlis. or closing of the tear passage, and all deformities of the Lids, etc. etc. Artificial eyes inserted without the least pain, and possessing all the movements and brilliancy of the real eye. A targe assortment constantly on hand f«*r sale at reasonable price?. The Doctor’s Eye bath for the treatment and cure of all nervous disorders is used all over this coast. Thankful to those physicians who have sent him cases for operations, and hope? that his universal success will warrant a continuance of their confi dence. His celebrity a- an operator it co-cxtensive with bis success ; as patients are presenting th« m selves fortreatmem and operations from New Y*rk and Boston almost month!*. Many patients can be see.i at the DgcU r’s office dailv, in different 'tage-- . f recovery. Office: 7:57 CLAY STREET, oppr the plaza. Sau Francisco. ny!s TAKE NOTICK! “A liar is not to be believed alt ho’ be -peaks the truth." Report? are in circulation through the npper country that I have retired from bu-iness—that I have gone !•» .be Atlantic Stales—that I am in Eu rope—that I am dead. /:»*. To those interested f will say that these reports have been got ten in circulation for the furtherance of other parties who arc trying to obtain illcg ti rnatcly eye practice. The orts have, been start ed by an itinerant Mountebank and without the least truth, us I am a? my office dull}’ and attending to about sixty dailv patients. *E. 11. PARDEE, Oculist, jcl*72-1y) 737 Clay Street. San Francisco. COLEMAN’S SJX. Compound Extract ot Eucalyptus is a preparation combining all the valuable medicinal properties of the Eucalyptus, and is acknowledged by grateful thousand-to he the best r. medy ever offered to *hc public for the cure of all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary Canal, and Seminal Weakness, as it seems to have a direct affinity for thc«e organs and their surroundings, and cures them by its alternative healing and balsamic properties more effectually than any other known remedy. EUCALYPTUS It is also an invaluable remedy for all diseases of the mucous and serous membranes, such as Bn nchitis. Hacking Cough. Na'isea during Preg nancy, Dyspepsia. Leucorrboc-a. Etc. This preparation is the result of Dr Coleman’s experiments with the medicinal properties of the tree in tne U. S. Marino Hospital in San Francis co, in 1»71 and 1872, where he bad unusual facili ties for testing the various methods of preparing the reme dy. and its uses. It can be rc lied upon os certain to give the promised results,a* d hundred* of te-Hmonials of its efficacy ran he seen nt his office, 105 Kearny St., San Francisco. Coleman’s Double Extract of Eucalyptus is a powerful, yet harmless, febrifuge, and is a special preparatiod for the treatment of the malarious fe vers of our interior valleys, and is warranted to cure an v cases of Fever and Ague tieated with it according to directions, while the baneful results of the use of the usual Quinine and arsenical reme dies for those diseases arc entirely avoided. Beware of imitations, and take none but Cole man’s. For sale everywhere, and by Chas. Langley ot ,Co . Druggists, Agents, San Francisco. May 3, 1573. ly -s^rßWv .-wfc ™ : r/ V> T>r ARE GUARANTEED TO CURE DYSPEP sia, Liver Complaint. Fever and Ague, Cramp in the Stomach. Bilioui-uess, Female Complaints ; and as a tonic and appetizer Benz's Herb Bitters are unrivaled. The following is from Dr. C. Prccht, a leading physician of this city : Sun Francisco, December 14, 1872. Mr. Renz :— Having tested Hit sample of Dr RENZ’S HERB BITTERS, and examined ih list of ingredients used in their manufacture, I bare found that they are certainly superior in quality, medicinal virtues and purity to many now in the market. Tbe RENZ BITTERS are very similar to the ‘Elixir ad langsm vitum.” and when moderately taken have a beneficial and healthful effect upon tbe whole system. C. PRECHT. M. D. We are glad to inform you that Dr. Rem's cel ebrated Bitters give great satisfaction to our trade, and tbe general opinion among those dealing in them is, that they only require to be known to command universal fawor. CHAS. LANGLEY A CO., Wbolsaie druggists. San Francisco. Depot, 221 Sacramento Street San Francisco. J. RENZ, Proprietor. For sale by druggists aud liquor dealers every where. May 3. 1873. It POLL TAXES, By the present Law the Assessor is made Col lector of Poll Taxes and all persons liable to pay such tax are citeJ to the following provisions ol the law . Sec. 3 839. Every male inhabitant of this State ! over 2* and under fO years of age (not exempt by law), must pay a poll tax of $2. Sec. 4,840. Poll raxes must be collected by the Assessor between the second Monday in Jan uary and the second Monday of October In each year. Sec. 3.860. The amount of the poll tax, with 60 per cent in addition thereto, constitutes from the second Monday in October a lien upon tbr other property assessed to such person, and must be collected in the same manner and at the same 'ime as fates upon his property are collected. Sec. 3.648. Every person indebud to one who neg.ects or refuses, after demand, to pay a poll rax, become? liable therefore, and must pay the -arne for such other per on after service upon him ! by the Collector of a notice in writing, stating the i name if such person. Sec. 3.860. Every person paying the poll tax of another may deduct the same from any indebtedness to such other person. Sec. 3,846. The Assessor may collect the poll tax fr many person liable therefore by seizure and sale of any personal property owned by such per son. Sec. 8,861. The proceeds of the poll tax must be paid into the School Fund of the county. D. C. OSBURNE, Assessor. March 21st. 1873. THE SHASTA AND WEAYERYILIE IT. S. MAIL ...AND... Express Line! GR ANT I. TAGGART. Proprietor. Ti. SPRING & SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. The Stages of the above Line, carrying the U. S. Mail, and Wells. Fargo A Co.’s and U.aiou Pa cific Expresses, will, until further notice, leave Shasta every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, AT 7 O'CLOCK. A. M., And returning will leave Wcaverville, Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, AT 7 O'CLOCK A. M. Office in Shasta—At the Empire Hotel, JOHN CRADDOCK, Agent. Office in Wcaverville—At the New York Hotel, JAMES MORRIS, Agent. Shasta. Juno 19, 1869. jel9. FLEMING’S SAW MILL, Brandy Crook. • •- - JOHN FLEMING, . . Proprietor. HITS MILL IS IN SUCCESSFUL OPERA tion on Brandy Creek, about two miles from tVhiskytown, and all orders left with DANIEL LYNCH, Shasta, or at the mill, will receive prompt attention. Prices reasonable. WILLIAM MAGEE, U. $• Deputy Surveyor, Also, having been appointed MINERAL SUR VEVOR for Shasta County, by J. R. Hardenbergh U. S. Surveyor General for California, is now pre pared to execute all Government Surveys, and Surveys of Mineral Lands, for parties who wish to apply for Patents. Office at Shasta. April Bth, 1871. H. F. JOHNSON. p. a. BEARN. JOHNSON & HEARN, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION HI EltCll ANTS* REDDING, CAL. MARK YOUR GOODS Care of .1. & H m REDDING, CAL. By do«e attention to business, we hope to merit a continuation of the patronage heretofore extend ed to the old firms. Redding, May Ist, 1872. WASHINGTON QUARTZ At PLACER MINING COMPANY. MOUNT W ASH INGTON, PKENCTft GULCH DISTRICT. SHASTA CO. OX ACCOUNT OF ASSESSMENT LEVIED May the sixteenth !873, there is delinquent upon the following described stock, the amount set opposite the stockholder’s name : James D. Mix. 250-hares. $137 50 : And in accordance with law, «nd by order of the Trustees made May 16th 1873. so many shares of said stock, as are necessary will be sold at public auction at the private office of the Secretary, at French Gulch. Shasta county, on the 24th day of July 1873. at the hour of 12 o’clock M. of said daj, to pay said delinquent assessment thereof, together with coats of advertising and expenses of sale. JOHN SYME. Secretary. French Gulch, June 24th, 1873. The above sale is postponed until Friday, Au gust Ist, 1873. NOTICE ! EXITED STATUS I NTER XA I, REV ENUE SPECIAL TAXES. The law ok uecember 24, 1*72. re quires every person engaged in any business, avocation, or employment which renders him liable to a special Tax to procure and place conspicuous ly in His Establishment or Palce of Business a Stomp denoting the payment of said Special Tax before commencing business. Ihe taxes embraced within the provisions of the law above quoted are «he following, vis ; Rectifiers $2OO 00 Dealers, retail liquor 25 00 Dealers, wholesale liquor 100 00 Dealers in mall liquors, wholesale 50 ( 0 Dealers in mall liquors, retail 20 00 Dealers in leaf tobacco 25 00 1 Retail dealers in leaf tobacco 500 00 1 'nd on Sales of over $l,OOO, fifty cents for every dollar in excess of $l,OOO. Dealers in manufactured tobacco 5 00 Manufacturers of stills 50 00 j And of each still manufactured 20 00 | And for each worm manufactured 20 00 f Manufacturers of tobacco 10 00 Manufacturers of cigars 10 00 i Peddlers of ‘obacco, first class, more than two horses 50 00 Peddlers « f tobacco, second class, two horses 25 00 Peddlers of tobacco, third class, one horse. 15 00 Peddlers of tobacco, fourth t lass, on foot or public conveyance 10 00 Brewers of less than 500 barrels 50 00 Brewers of 500 barrels or more 100 00 Any person who shall fail to conply with the foregoing requirements will be subject io severe penalties. Special-tax payers throughout the United States are reminded that they must make application to the Collector (or Deputy Collector) of their respec tive districts, and procure the proper stamp for the Special-tax Year, commencing May 1, 1173, without waiting for further notice. A. L. FROST, Collector Internal Revet oe. 4th District, Cal. Application may also be made to, and itomps procured of, L. SCOTT, Deputy Collector. Office Shasta. R R R. RADWAT’S READY'RELIEF CCttES THE WORST PAINS In from One to Twenty Minutes. NOT ONE HOUR after reading this advertisement need any on* SUFFER WITH PAIN. RADWATS READY RELIEF IS A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN. It was the first and In The Only I*nln Remedy that instantly stops the most excruciating pa i s, aliays In flammatluns, and cures Congeatlotia. whether of the Lungs, Stomach. Bowel*, or other glands or organs, by one applica tion, nr FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES. Vo matter how violent or excruciating the p:dc the RHEU MATIC. Bed ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervoua, Neuralgic. C~ prostrated with disease may suiter, RADWAY’S READY RELIEF .WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. INFLAMMATION of THE KIDNEY.-'. „ INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER. INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS. _ CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS. SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BRF.ATHING, _ PALPITATION OF TUE HEART, HYSTERICS, CROUP. DIPHTHERIA. __ „ CATARRH, INFLUENZA. HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, NEURALGIA. RHEUMATISM. COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS. Tlie applicant! of th. U«a4v Relief to th. parlor part* wucre the pain or difficulty wl.l afford eaac and comfort. Twenty drops !n half a tumbler of water will In a tew moments cure CRAMPS. SPASMS. SuUR STOMACH, HRARTBURX. SICK HEADACHE, DIARRHEA. DYSENTERY. COLIC. WIND IN Tilt BOWELS, and all INTERNAL PAINS. Traveler* should always carry a loitlc of Rndwit'i Ready Relief with them. A few drops In water alii preveu slczness or pains from change <>f water. It la b*.tcr than French Brandy or Bitters aa a stimulant. . FIVES AND AGUE* FEVER AND AG UK cured fur fifty cents. Tlicre It not a remedial agent In this world that wi 1 cure Fever and Ague, and all other Malarious, Bilious. Scarlet. Tvphoid, Yellow, and other Fevers (aide*! by RADWAY’S PILLS; so aulek as RADWAY’S READY RELIEF. Fifty cents jhtbottle. Sold by Druggist*. HEALTH fBEAUTY!! STRONG AN* PURE P.irit BLOOD-INCREASE OF FLESH AND WEIGHT—CLEAR SKIN AND BEAU TIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL. DR. RADWAY’S SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CURES: SO QUICK.SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES THE BODY UNDERGOES. UNDER THE INFLUENCE ~ TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE, Every Day nn Increase In Flesh and Weight Is Seen and Felt. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. Every drop of ilia SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT co.imiu'ilcutos through the Blood, Sweat. Urine, and other 11 a ids and luic-a of the system the vigor «>f life. Ur it repairs fie wastes of tho body with new nnd sound material. Scrofula, Syphilis, Consumption, Glandular d Lease. Ulce.i li the Throat, Mouth. Tu nors. Nodes li t e G lamia ami other parts of the system. Sore Eyes. Strumous l;L*charg> s from the. Kirs, ami the worst forma of Skin discuses, Euip lions. Fever S >rcs t Scald Head. Ilimr W«»nn, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Acne, 'Hack Spots. Worms In the Flesh. Tniiioi-, Cancers In the Womb, and nil weakening and painful dis charges. Night Sweats. L**s* of Sperm, and all wastes of the OF THIS THAT l.fe principle, ire within the curative range of this wonder of Modem Obemistry, and a few days’ use will prove to any person u-’ng It 'fir either cf these forms of disease Its po’eut power to cure them. If the patient, dally becoming reduced by the wastes and decomposition that U continually progressing, succeeds In arresting these wastes, nn«l repair-* the same with new mater -1 d made from healthy Mood—and this the SAUSAPARiL LI AN wdi and does secur\ Not only dong the SU&sArABiLUA>r Besot vekt excel a!l kn iwn remedial agents in the cure of Chronic, Scrofulous, < oust itutiouul, and Sklu ciacaacs ; but it is the only posit!,« cure for liidnry &. Gladder Complaints, Urinary, and Womb disease*. Gravel, DlaWtes, Dropsy Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of Urine, Bright’s Disease* Albuminuria, and in u'l cases w here there an- hrlckdii*? de posits, or the water Is thick, clondv, ndxe*l with substances like the white of an *-g:*, or threads li c white silk, or there Da morbi-.1, dark, bilious appearance, and white bone-dnst deposits, and when there Is a pricking, burning sensation when passing water, nud pain iu the Small of the Back and along the L*. ns, j’rlc-c, tx.co. WORMS.-Ti* or.!/ known aud sure Remedy fur TTornt*—J‘in. Tape, etc. Tumor of 12 Years’ Grov.t!i Cured by Radxtny s Resolvent. Bivcai V. Mass , July 18, ISC9. Ds. HadwaY :—I have had Ovarian Tumor a the ovaries and bowrli. All th* Doctor* laid “ l**erc was no help ft.r It.” 1 trU4 •very thing that vti lecomniended; but nothing helped n>e. I taw vour Ibuoivent, and thought I wool 4 try It; but had no faith !n )t, Lecsn-* I bad *uffered f->r twelve v«n. 1 to w k tlx bottle* of t • H#»olvet t ; and ons box of lUdway't Pills, an I two bcltle* of y..ur Ready Relief; and there it « -I a *ign of tu i<**r to I* teen or felt, and I feel belter, smarter, and hanpivr tlwn 1 hava fir tw*h« year*. The wont turner wat i.r th<; left «i.!**cf t’ie towels, over the groin, I writs tSia to you for the benefitcf other*. You or-i rut !i»h It If you choose. HANNAH P. KNAPP. DR. RADWAY’S PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS, perfectly tasteless, elegant’y coated with swert gum. purge, regulate, purify, c eanse, an’ strength* n. Had way a Pills* for the cur-* of all disorders of the Stonnch. Liver, Bowels, Kldnevs, Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Headache, Constipa tion, Costiveness. I ('digestion. Dyspepsia, Biliousness. B:l -loua Fever, Inflammation <>t the Bowel.-*. Piles, and all De rangement* of the Interna! Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or deleterious drugs, or Observe Jhc f* Mewing symptoms resulting from Dl»* orders of the Digestive Organs: Con.tipsfioa, Inward Fils*, Fnllne** cf the Fiord In the Head* Acidity of th. Stomach. N*use*. Heartburn, Disgust of Food. Full* rui or Weight in the £tnm»ch, So«r Fro* tstioai, Sinking or Flatter ing at tho Pit of th* Stomach, Swimming of th« Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathin'*. Fluttering at the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Senaatinna when in a Lying Porinre. Dimnes* of Virion, IVt* or Web* before the Sight, Fever and IHill Pam In the Head. Deficiency ef Periplration. Yellowne** of t’ * hkin rnd Fye*. Pain in the Side. Ctt.it, Limbi, and luddm 1 lath** cf Ilcatj burning In the Float. ’A f<"» dow. of r.ADTVAY-F UIU.S vi!l fr«-e th. .vM.m te-mall the ahorp.imn rd disorder*. Price, 25 cent* per box. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. READ -FALSE AND TRUE.” Send one letter stamp to RADWAY A CO.. No. 87 Maiden Lane, New- Yo.-k. luformatioD worth thousanda will be sect you. \ew Arrangement. I LIVERY & FEED STABLE MAIN STREET, SHASTA. Ift Having purchased the stock, fix turcs. and business stand heretofore owned !by Grunt I. Taggart, the undersigned respect* j fully informs bis frieuds and the public generally i that he will hereafter carry on a regular Peed and Livery EstablishmeU. lat the old stand, and puarrantcct satisfaction I all who may favor him aith their patronage, j Persons desiring the use of 1 FINE BUGGIES OR CARRIAGES, AND GEN* TLE AND SAFE American Horses ; oan always bo accommodated. Good Saddle Horses constantly ready for service. A good supply of Hay and Barley will be kept on hand, and horses boarded and j well taken care of at the most reasonable rate*.— JOHN CRADDOCK. | Shasta, Sept. Ift, 1870. UNDERTAKING. I). P II VS TLE STI 1,1, IN THE FIELD : ccffTns always lon hand and made to order; am prepared to fur- I riisb Coffins on one hour’s notice. Having a fine . Hearse I will attend to the business! as cheap as ; any other person in the State. No extra charge S tor the Hearse except horse Lire. —ALSO— Wagonmaking in all its branches and none but the best material used. Also, all kinds of Turning and jobbing in Wood. Saws filed in a Superior Manner. Shop on West side of Main street one door above S. Isaack's Blacksmith shop ; residence on High street on left band corner of the alley leading to Dr.Shurtleff s residence. Rhasta. Feb. 241 h. 1872. BLACKSMITHING DONE TO ORDER! >r TIFFIN & CLOSE, redding, California. Changed But— Redding i, oar place, Tiffiin A Clou are the men. The Anvil onr Desk, the hammer onr Pen I With them we write Wagons complete. Which we Defy Competition to beat ! Also, shoe your horse, feet And do it neat ; All things in oar trade Too can always find ready made. Shop on the comer of Block Thirteen Facing the depot, reserve ground between Msr-b Ist. 1573. IMPORTANT! UTET ffllltt I SPRING & SUMMER STOCK! «s» «s» sawsaiwaiß «eo* I lM t 810.. 8 WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS coo >laln Street Sfcatt? . W OULD MOST RESPECTFULLY FNFOK“ their customers and the general public, that tb* v arc receiving tbelr Late Importation, ! in person by our Mr. W. WEIL in San and New York, confuting in part of e w Styles OF DRESS GOODS, Black and Colored Silks, Shawls, Cloaks, Daces, Scarfs, Silk and Velvet Ribbon, Fil Gloves, EmbroiJetics, Berlin Zephyr, Wors ted, etc* Gents. Clothing & Furnishing Goods, comprising Black and Blue Beav i Suits in large variety; Cashmere Suits, are styles; Black Dress, Gents Black ahd Fan-v Velvet Vests, and a full assortment of Panir, Overskirts, Underwear, 4c. Wc have alio received a fresh assortment ai m BOOTS AND SHOES, both of California aud Eastern manufaetur,. HOUSEPC7RNISHING DF.PARTME N • In this line we have opened full line, White and Colored Blanket!, Quilts, Ta' • Covers, Sheeting, Shirting, Linens, Fair. » Towels ; also. Carpet, Floor k Table i- t Cloths, Wall Paper, the best assortment e< v brought to the market, all of which wil. r,. sold at LOW PRICES. We keep also on hand, HYDRAULIC DUCK from No. 10 to II—,0: India Rubber Boots a. India Rubber Clothing, all of best qualitiv.. We have for saie a full supply of the go—;, manufactured by the San Francisco Pioneer Woolen Factor-, consisting of Family Blankets, Colored Bb i kels, Overshirts, Underwear Flannels, Ca.'-t -meres. Tweeds & Waterproof Cloths. T:,-,» goods we are enabled to offer to the Trad- at fabric prices. IV. If. —flaring best facilities forprecu-i. onr Goods from the principal Manufact'-. r*-* in oan Francisco and the East, through rr-, dent buyers, enables us to supply our cost ■ - ers constantly with the latest Novelties in a.] ■he departments and at such prices as v satisfy the closest buyers. We have obtained the Agency for the ' / FERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO., of Lon .• Established in 1803—CashCa.pi.al SB,OOC, ... —a very reliable Company. tsr WE INVITE -fca Everybody! AND PA RTICULAP.LY T R. A D £i R. B TO GIVE US A CALL as we are satisfied we can bold oat Inducements Unsurpassed by any other Uouse North of San Francis- • . FRESH GOODS RECEIVED EVERY WEEK. n. WEIL * BWk, »od Ret-..-.