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(i to: ii riomn. I. tiiiur. Orotlllc, Friday, Septrnilirr l*J, h.)U. \atiovil dethkiiiiic \omvnio\s. FOU PRESIDENT, JAMES 111 Cli A V OF PKNNAYIA ASIA FOU VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN C. HKHC KIXUIDGE, OF KF.NTUCK V. OEnOiKilK STATE TU HU, ior rn F*im vi i»i. kuitoih, AUGUSTIN OLIVER A. 1 GEO. FREANOR. '• DELLA TOUUA, A. C. BRADFORD. FOR < IISfIHKU. CHARLES I, SCOTT of Tuolumne. • •OSEl’il McKIRIIEN of Sierra. I OR rI.KRH or HI'PRKMK lOIRT, CHARLESS FAIRFAX of Yuba. row m rcmmMKWT or rrn ic tssTßi’cnoß. ANDREW J. MOULDER.. .ofSan Francisco. ilrsfular Democratic County SomliulioiHi FOR MKMIIRK" Of ARSKMRI Y. lAMKS S LONG, 11. J. MOIUUSON. FOR a: aj*K.-«nK, JOHN II MLLAIIP. fO* JIHON’KK, M)Il J li. HKOWN. Oroville 4 lliielianan < lur». Iho regular meetings of Ibia (’inh nro hold on •’lniraUaj' Evening of curb wck nl the I illicit flutes I> l> II MiltlH. l!ec, Scc’y. Ornnd Unity of the Ihniocrnry. The Democracy of Butte County, arc rc mested to assemble in Orotille, on Satur >av, SmvMii k 20tli, in numbers that • ill make our opponents* tremble. The nice* ,-ng will be addressed by the Ik>n. W. W. HAWKS, of Sun Branc'scn, “ \V. I. FERGUSON, of Sacramento; “ V. E OHtGHII, “ C 11. Hit VAN. of Yuba. “ E. 1) WHEELER, “ Democrats ! come up from the gulches and •twines —from the mountains and valleys. • n the strength of the UNION, ami carry orror to llio hearts of-our factional oppo aonts. County Affairs. —The citizens of Ore ille. held a meeting on Wednesday evening. - o take into consideration the propriety ol (ceding the required amount of land upon o-hich the county bu Idings are situated, to he county This course was rendered nec ossiry by the refusal of certain parties to • teed the land as had been expected they •ould do The result of their deliberations waaA determination to give a deed to the county, guaranteeing the title thereto. against all persons, exceept the U. S Oov eminent, and the claimants under Mexican -•rants, if any. In pursuance of this determination, a deed was made caut and numerously signed by mr citixoM* transferring the title to tbc -iranty. It is-unde re toot! Unit this Jee-I will i*e acceptable to the Board of Supervisors, ind that they will proceed to accept the buildings and order a removvl immediate ly. \ Com Com mkncemkn'i. - LastWednes lay night, officer McLaughlin, made a de ment on a gambling house that had just o-een opened, under the Empire hotel, in i'we room formerly occupied as the Subterraniau saloon, and succeeded in arresting four per song. Yesterday, they had an examination l>e oro John Jones, and they were found guilty *f keeping a public gambling house, and -rec-i-ling over the tables kept for the pur -ose of gaming, against the laws of the State. The complaint was entered by Mr. Bailey, bo owner ol the building, and as there can >nly be a fine inflicted, with very little pros >eot of collecting it. it is ruppo-ed that they will soon be in full blast again Officer McLaughlin deserves the thanks of his community, lor his prompt action iu the iaattcr. Ben nit, of the N. V. Herald , pays the following compliment to its associates iu the Fremont camp; •‘We nremere’y using the Black Republi can ra-cah, f--r tit# purpose of getting a re form and rev lotion iu the administration of the government.” t-ff* We caH the attention ef our readers to the report of our County Auditor, whicl we publish in this mornings issue, to the ex ■ elusion of much interesting reading matter MimuliutMli W hig* for Huchaonii. It ban been asserted at the Fillmore gatb ••rings here in Oroville, by Governor Foote Bailie I’eyton, and other Know-Nothin}; Orators, that Messrs. Winthrop and Choate of Massachuaetss, were supporting Mr Fillmore, and that through the influence nl such national-minded whigs, Massachusetts would cast her electoral vote for the Know- Nothing nominee. A day or two since, w* published an extract from a letter from the Know-Nothing nominee for Governor of that .State, in which he announced his determine tion to support Mr Fremont. This alone, should convince Know-Nothing orators in California that Mr. Fillmore has not the least show in the world of carrying the old “Bay State.” Mr. Peyton told an Oroville audience, no longer ago than Saturday eve ning last, that Messrs. Winthrop and Choate were supporting Fillmore lu order that nur citizens may know exactly how much importance to attach to these assertions, we make the following extract from u lettei written by Mr. Winthrop, in answer loan invitation to attend a “Kansas Aid Meeting” at Fanucl Hall. His letter is worthy an old line whig Statesman, whose affections are centered upon the constitution of his country, and who is willing to sacrifice par ty attainments when free institutions are in peril. Such men, whatever may be their peculiar views upon other questions, if their hearts beat warm for the constitution of the country, will be received into the great Un i >n party of the confederacy, with shoutsol joy. How different the course of these na tional men of Massachusetts, from the pul icy of the migratory K. N. office-seekers in California, who simply desire to secure tbeir own election to the United States Senate, and scruple not to make use of the names of men who have no affinity with them, and who would never endanger the Union to gratify an inoidinatc desire for office. But to the extract. Mr. Winthrop says: “There is really but one absorbing ques tion now before the people. In the so cum ni.gmtude of its presence all others are flushed. This question is at last presented in a tangible form, shall the Union fie pre served ? or sh ill the first step he taken to wind* the entire disruption of the Stab a off the Union by a severance of the North from the South ? Looking at the political aspect of the times, with this question staring us in the lace, we make our clio ce of candidates The nominees of the Cincinnati Convention make the preservation of the Union the maitor of paramount interest. Other prin ciples are advocated ; but it any principles are to be compromised, or if any subservi ency is to be made—all others may be com promised, all of them may be subservient; but 4 t'ie Union , it muni hr prim i vrd." “On the oilier hand, the pre-ci ration o( the Union is a nnnor and secondary princi ple with those who have met in convention under the title »f Republican With them, the preset vat ion of the Union is to be toiei alodasa matter of contingency. Mr Banks examined the iissr overt act of treason in • lecturing in the balls of Congress that he was in favor of “letting the Union slide.” unless a favorite crotchet of hia own and his associates could, be endorsed ‘•This is the broad him! grand division of the question Unit now divides the country, and in view of rt wc hesi'ate not to declare our iiitinale preference for James Buchanan to any in her man who sustains the least chance of election, and to endorse him as a man well oalcufiited to face the factions in our own land, and the wiles and combina tions, and manifold diplomacy of the trick ster politicians of the old world.” These K N. Stumpers have also made life of the name of Mr Choate, of Massnchu sells, as a man who was using his vast ami national influence to elect Mr. Fillmore. In oider to show our readers how Mr Choate stand* in the present contest, we heg leave tore publish the following item hvoiigl.t by the Sonora. It shows how Mr. Choate stands in the present issue: Choatk tor Buchanan. —The Hon. Bo lus I'boa’P, in a recent letter to the straight C) Whig Committee of Maine, avows his in motion of vo dug for Buchanan, and advises the straight Whigs of Maine to do like wise. We might here take leave of these poor forlorn, unfortunate and mistaken Kiiow- NotUiug stumpers; but w e rrnicmbc , ‘ anoth er fact mentioned by Bailie Peyton, t q , on Saturday night lasi. He tolJ l is despond ing brethein li-erc in Oroville tha. r Aikansns and Kentucky had gone for Fillmore, and that he had made large gains in Missouri. We will not re-puhlish the news from to ore States, but ask our readers to peruse it i. l yesterday’s issue, and then ray. if they dare, that the Atlantic world is not demo cratic. For. Stockton. — A deputy Sheriff from Butte County leti our city this morning ioi Stockton, with three lunatics, tor the Asy turn. — t-xprtn*. A vole lor President was taken on tin passage down which resell ted as follows : Fillmore, 3 Buchanan, 1 Fremont, 0 All the Bla-Jc Republican papers now quote the New York Herald! How Satan must grin! AUDITOH’H lIKPORT. lo tin* Mon. Hoard ol Supervisors in and for Bu'.ti County. Uoi Mti—ln accordance with your requisittot herein submit u ri'|nirt embracing a •tut. incut o' <• rt|> i-su«d on account of expenditures on lu lml •f Hutto County trom Junuory Ist 1881 to July !* 'Bii6. And nl*o it *lalcno iit of rec. ipis into the .'utility Treasury during he«ix monthsabove named. EXFFNDITFKF.S For F es of Associate Justices of' Hit* Court of erosMon* 3 148 ot For Fees of officers o( Kl« < lions bin I into iitfc cum inii return** ICR f>ti •’or Fees ol I’ninl J..ror- 1483 no *• •* Rratiti Jurors 484 «6 '• •* Witnesses In hue i*.mid Jury. Court of S'imi ii* mid oil • r Fourls of t’t lin inn I Jurisdiction in criminal ( n-cr 1330 V i’or Fees ol .-her If iu Criminal tier-•Fi.Vi no •• *• Constables *• ■* ]7l-8 32 •* t onnly Clerk, Auditor an 'tli rk ol Honrd of Supervisor* 1500 00 'or pay mini to estate ol F. I’.iue e» coun ty Clerk’* f u es of i llice 480 80 For r<iil.iry of County Judin I'j.’itt 15 I’nt wilny mid fee* in crtin cure* ot ln»T •Atlornej Kki- 00 ''or salary cl Bi. pemci nd- nt ol i iiininoii School- ‘2h* ;.tl Siilury of Jail t'nj*ieiuii. . 58 50 For lees ol .liislice* In crinonnl cu t's 772 10 For lee* ol Counsel for dt fclise of cri til I nil I hy order of Court .10 00 For fees of Jailor mid Isuirtl ol prison'r*.. '2352 28 For lees of Coroner mid expenses of in (luesl* 111)85 For services ol umlerinkers in burying d.m 11 indies Its no For per diem ot l(oml < iversi ers... ... 1, CJ -* '25 •• • ** of Itomt Viewers US 00 \pproprialnns for opening and nepuir of Roads., .... 1,100 00 Fees nod per diem ol t t.iml v Biirv.).r. i liaimneu and Markers. X.C , on li. ul purveys .. ~ 105 f.O For Coimiy Prmtiiip 09* "5 •* Sh isoin ry for( t.unl) • line*.... . 211 00 “ Medio.il services eviniiiiiilioii of lit sum |>ep*ons mill Post ttorti in exiiitd* nations hi Coroner’s Inquests 120 CO •• per diem of Supervisors .. tin" 00 “ /-m nrs of i llice rent Count) Jmue from April 4 li 1851 to May Ist 1850 780 00 *• A nears of • llice lent fi r Hi-lrict At torney Imm Oct. Ist 1 s.'<s, to May l*l Ivf., 210 00 ‘t t ricars el oithc i. nl anil liiruioire i> r t anility I reii-urer from t >ct I*l 1855 Io Mnylslls.li 800 00 '• Ire* of School tlnrsln.il- 1118 on * Attorney's fees in civil sons *5 00 MlSi KI.LANKUFS. For Halnnce on Tin usurer’s sate 7 50 For l.iiinlier I r eollin lor liro.k- ... 11 57 I »r 11 *-| .a i i‘s nl Jail and molding all >t> s nth e "71 25- ForJ.ioKa.eie n.vor. I tines i hapii 7.0 02 for convey nut liiliaii. to hiilttel 10 no I or prison turiiililii 3 2-5 lor I Mctaiiiresirvuasioioiii.il.. la on I nr uierclii.noise el eolilily i ttn cs. c. limes c.olhiin,' for prisoners. &.c ITT 05 Fur relresi.nn ni* lo j tries p< r ..nur of Cour, ‘it 0i $.211502 58 • Receipts into the County Treasury from January Ist. Is.iO. to July Ist. 18 0 From Foil Taji $ 111 ho I ruin Foreign min is l.n. ns. 02011 57 I Mill Assessment el 18a. 415 l'7 from Ferry Licenses....-., 408 t.u ir. tii flues, t ourl o ses i 15* o From Flues, Justices’Coon 80 8a f rom state amt Conn y l.tceuei 8.51,0 ~5 f rom Flmmis County on act. ol inn. tiled- Hess 2857 IK) 5r.-i7.52 04 Kxpenditur. s from J.an. Ist .B.’(i, to Jill) Ist 18.,• »2f.702 38 Fatima led lost, on aoi.ti 1344 O'J lOilehledness nf the Coillny -.an. Ist 18 li. as per VtMilor’s Re pm I ol llial uule 55,00 04 S.tolitO 41 Credits bro’l down 2415'2 n 4 1 aaiU .17 Deduct deduction made upon hill of County Clerk and up) lied on yudgmenl us per stipulation... 508 54. Indebtedness of County .Inly Ist 1 Sail $5054 82 RKM AItKS. The foregoing slalemeni exlnhi's an indebtedness on the jum.4 the count) on the Ist ol July IB,ag of ss* i 54 82, tots placed i.galll-l Dm '.nilehleilness ol lie i omit) on the Ist ol January as sln.vvu try the > u.ii or’s deport < I that dine,to vvn: $5,199 04, makes an apparent increase ol expenses during Hie last six n Outlis, over the period In m Jut) Ist 18..5 to Jan miry Ist lßtti, nl sKia4 88 this Is an np/nnit mil . ot an uciuul increase tor the reason dial Hems of ex p, ndl.i JV ch rtf' tl io lh. ilistmr-. leeiils of the last s .\ m.a.tin anemillina' lo the sum ol $.412 i 2 t r ser>i*‘J* remit rid heiwei n Die Ist ol Jan Iss4,nnd Hie Ist ol Jail. IB,ni wldch It deducted fr.an the show ing ol .1 III) Ist 18511, and added to dial of Jan Is* isjti, where it should he justly cnarged, would stand thus: nil. Ist 185fi ssBll 90 July Ist, 18 ih ’21872 *0 Making an actual ..111. nine in i,mini Ihe last six uoliths.nl $1204 08. tl is also lindceuhly Dial the revenue i I the county lor the hot six ni. nil.s, ns comjmred with the like perm I next preceding, ex hibits a diminution ot $112.18 In; of this uelial salßl 22 in: nrred 111 the collection of Foreign Mi ners’ Licenses, alirihuluble to Die linpract c.ihdily of ■unking full collections under tlie six dutlur lictnse I. The average amount for Dm past year, viz; 11 mix July Ist 18-v->,lo July Ist Isso, per nmntti received from Slate and county licences, is sl4t 0 25 The average per luuinh .ruin .ureign mi ners’licences, i-,, 1400 41 The average peruion.li Ir.dii onnge and terry liceus»-r 9T7 8) The a *ertige per in.n.lu irt.in pod tax 558 0.1 The uetmib- pet month trom county tux, (assessmentJ Hi- U Total average monthly rueipts into coun ty purposes In.lit all sources ol revc* hue... SI2BO 08 T.ikmg Die last six IHoinlis a- u o 0 si» dn le w dl be Heeded lor Dn; current year lor ordinary expenses Die sum of atn.7i T 04. There will also be rupiifd ns per order of your Hoard, u levy lo he inane (lo assod n die erection ol a court house ami Judy of M i* vr cunt, on all taxable property. Itefuu.l Ims been made 011 the port <> r the Blnte to ,'iny over to the county Die Indigent Mak fund due, al.out *2UBI tie, owing either lo Die la Tore of the l-Mp-er . nicer lo collect Die hospital tax ( niprcprmteo to tins purpose) or ow mg 10 Ins d< laicalmn,.ni can sequent'.'*- Fie Indigent Mck f und of the coonly Ini neeii t xiu'Osli tl. ai d has now on standing warrants .gainst uan.ouuuag lo Uclwetu lour and dve huntlred loltars. , . ~, l.y section C t.' : <he Finiding Act ol iS.ih a tax of hi en.s on each on*, hundred dol.arsot taxable prtq»er v i- n-qinr.d l.y Die Btule lor the pur t t«*e of paving ~.e priucqile and inti rest upon certain .-tale bonds. A cons.table porti. nol the delinquent taxes it 1- leheved will yet be collected —the precise itinonm aiiinU well Hew bn t**tuutiled. Reference m the Audi ur » Report of June -J 185 .. .s puhlisbed IU the butte Record of the Jotb June 85a, will show the Indebtedness ol the bounty a 11. date to have been ... -•••••• "" Vm<Hint of County mdebtediM ss July Ist Isoii us above * indebtedness cancelltd durieg the p**t year slso*l 10 It wdl also I.H 5...*11 that in* uid*..i ...on m Die r Ve me f.«r tin- past Six n onDis.lri in ca'isi s staled ulit.ve mel not likely to recur, is gr>- lerihnli the | r. *<lll mlel.tedhess of the nmiily—from all of which 11 I* ‘•udideiiily hojied 1h it llie n> xt *. mi minual -i.ite medl tif tin* Auditor Whi sin w a tiai 'iict Ml tin' I rea surv in lavor of the t oun y (.1 nt ral Fund. Ail ol wlocll IS re.-pet 11 11 Itv soMl.il. d. iV.iI,FB til v FIN'. AncFnr Hutle Co. Hy M II Him n. liepnty Fnlili loll.) )iider<.f Ihe Foard of Bi| vrvieors Attest, a true copv Aug. , 22d 1“ *. MU,US CMAI'IV. t leiU of Hor.rd. Hy M. (I n*r.'t*( it. ivputy. jTCT" It is sail], that tic rea si 11 Tun ('ox is so devoted'}’ ait tit vise i tn '.lie \v< uly lunds. is heenuse tlie nanie i-f thtir tlnel. re vives recol'eciihiis of l/ts former love. 1 rft-monte. (S:tl)P.) Law. whose *urHoitie is 1 n orpe. Ins 'ten ex pel ltd from Iho FiUm.tc I.< ■•! pre of Know Nothing principUs. The I’lllmoro party is now law less. Tin: rinnins iSaiitni i>x S.) hex disf.'vntintn d for the want of funds and the luck ol ft it lids. So w e (jo \Vc regret to lenin Unit L>cputy Slier 11 McLaughlin, was severly hurt, ly Ids horse kicking him, early vesterduy tnotning. A Sind width Ki owliifi* Wc notion that Lie lln.wn at tlt * Hutto [Drug Store, I?* constantly rfooivinp 'ibd sell ing, largo *j until i t irs of choico lh u& Mod iriiics. nii I i!.e secret of his success is, that lie )>it j*s low for rush, then lore ho is aide to sell cheap, and we will guarantee to the puMic that every article bought there is pure and genuine See advertisement, to -*•► 7m» “Seen Is woili Knowing.” it i* plain !o lie sci a in tin* ndv. nisi nienf above 11 in l liocbrr llrown lit'VS FI lit • Asll, met ill tin (Hie helow. that CiiakmlV Prow* SRI.i.S Fill! CASH. I.iijonrr iiikl Cigars of nil kinds. AT I.OU PRICES in the FimlTnif Itiii ding, lie it iloor to 11;ii> hi>4 & Milterinoit's- D.-m; Su:r, .Monlsprin ry street; See ad vert im inenl lielnw. vti 1 . i i >io\ ( rxn. Tile Regular Meeting* of 1.. e i tllmore I i ion <inl» »ill be he'd on every Tae-ilny nail Friday I Veiling*, ut l!te Cl.t t! ill the F. S. Motel. nilil'J‘2 F. Wit IS. '•i , i“elni v. NKW AOVKimSKMKN IS. Tile Hisley Vatican and 3 1 mmmm c, :( ; ■v- CIRCUS TROUPE ! -4#e Combined at an Ivxpensc ( f ©20,000 1 HIS most ver-nlile Troupe in lae Sine?, will M. perform in t iroville on Saturday and Sunday, Sept, 2!M!i and 21s'. The performances i‘on*i*l of !■ QUEST It lAN I’HK* tiKMANMES OY.MN \STiC I’FHFuitMAM’ES, K MXi AN f It A 1.1. FT I) vNCINO, CLASSICAL ATI ITITii-.S, A Eli I \L DANCING, SF.NTIMF.NTAh ANHCOtIIi SIM.IM;. PERCH AN 1> TJtAI’K/i I'Fltl OKMAA'CES,. colt l)K V’CLANTE, Jte . Ac, This immense estiihli*hineiit, on emering every town, will tie oreeceded by Parson'scelebrated lirors on horseback. ADMISSION. ItOXF.S, Si 0(» PIT SI <0 BIER’S BUEV EXPRESS! From Orovillc toSpanishtown AND FrIENCHTOWN rjTHF. undersign** I will ran a Rally Express hi raven« aovilli-. Spanish!fiveii Hint f rein blow n All letter* Mint pai kage* entrusted to Ins care will be delivered vStli prutupinsss Mil t •••patcli. Agents, UM.C P \VNF.tiroville, bit VVALUItOS. Spamshtowtl. vep 19-1 in* STRAVED OR STOLEN Hfn.vi THE MJtISCRIHEU, on the 14th i a vomit brown MARK MIII.K, f j/ I i .rj. in 1. 1 1 S Son Cw* right hip, mid hail a vcraicn on the left knee. Whoeverwin rotnrn said Mule lolhembvc iht-r at Onurltle, or mvr informa- Iton where the value sail he f.exut. will lie I heially rewaroed. ItIdMAS h1U.1.1 N, Oruville, Sept. 17. 1850 vlv«lw Will be Ready Next Sunday, AMI Foil SA K AT Watsons News Depot. A SPi.I.N I'll) VIEW Of OKOVILLE ] ON LET I Ml SHEET ! BT VEBVTMINO IS bf.l.IN F ATIH FROM Till 'j Saw Mil. to I Inna.own. U huv b> en eligiaved at colivldi r.ilde • Spv lire ai.il 111 the btvl vljie, Irom all alubroly |ie ol one ol the be*. urli-l» in il.e Male, ■lid ihe | ropnel. r irous itiai the blnrul citizens ol Orox die win repay him lor Itm trouble and expetire of rliow ion to die world oor young suit thriving my As but a liindeit number ol i opies w ill lie i*mu 'I, ail who daws* this line picture w in do wciUu leave iheir names ami orucre tmmeilialely ut sie WaTWiaV NEWS DEPOT. T O-.MGII T ■ W ARPERS’, Putnam’s. Graham's ami Wavprly r M. Magazines. and all the Aliamic Pap*.** will be received and lor aaW at WATSON’S NEWS DEPOT. BANKEKS. MfWILUAMS & TYMKJSON, BANKERS, jievv ruick Hfii.niNc ronwrn mortgom- HJV AMi v\ MIS >IKI ns OIIOVIIiIjE. GOLD DUST BOUGHT At the I!i"fcc3t Rales. Cliorks ex t I’nr 1 on .mak\m ui i: >uv < v i-.vio tn \ p. A N I KANT IM < • SIGHT DRAFTS For Ffd**, mi nil lit’ Prii«■ |n I Alliinlir ‘ f <r ['A l l H iS reet iml. >| i vial Mi l <"1 ' '"if • July H, <*:>«. j) C. B MAI A. C. L low, •’ V, I.OW MAI V, I.OW & CO., B A N KERB, udrnlk or I*i.a/. \ aM. men mki.f.t, MARYSVILLE (JOY 7. HIST IM’lU'il ASKIi AT THE HIGHEST RATES. ,i;t Ainu- a to mi. mini* uni coin ai.i. C hoc U *• a t TP n r, ON OVKKImiS Mi i|<o AN. Mil '/, \ II ALSTON SAN FKANCKJCO We are prt | >itr«l lo dniw Pltil.T INrllANKFoii M I>SKS. t II MthKS Ml IRU AN \ I'D. NI. U \ UKK A "'ll <>n iln oilier i.-toeipid r.nnU rn UTlie. MniA.itlilt*, Augnnt -I, IBftfi. nut II MARYSVILLE ASSAY OTFfil i: ! I 11 AIIII MAHCIIAND A: CO., 10 mar tlir ioriurnf Scroml stmt, MJIi Vsl’ll.l.i:. A I.SO—It T .1 S U ISAM MM TO. Will runt lime In curry on Ihe husim as «f Melting Kfftnliig X. -XsMiviiu hold a a D oni: S OK KVT.IIV llKSnill'TloN. UV pniirniih c ilif ciirri rlnr*' » I our Aj*sny« nml bind utiN'iux to pny any m ilint may jitim* wnh any ot ill* I s. MIS i s. Kfiurns mailt* in iram s*i\ lo iva- l\«* ImiiiH, IN BARS OR COIN Fl'tl IMtNK "I ID'AK'I/. APS Will AMI VaLI'HII. TUIMS Full At>A\lNO: llie •nine as lit San I runcisco. 11. II \ HII IF. 1». M.\U< 11A Nn. 0. 1,. w.VKUINc.Toa. Jj-S-tny CONTRACTORS f r«V» Al l. Oil AM Til vT Ala; l.ianve heavy I JiidS tiK l.'t t.\ II! At Ts, I would mi; llutl I mil prepared lo nnden.-.ke mill execute Hu h job* as <■i ii 11 liar, Duelling or Itrillini', w III) promptness mill dopalcli. Knunire lor me ul Virginia I lal. oi id Has nth. e JulIN DAVIS, fmplemher Iftlh, lhT>o. sift-lf */ilooix IAIli: lIAK not IM ol the U S. Hold will he kepi open ilny mill lliglil. w here inn) he Uillllll Hitt .nicest Heck ol Mims I.lipmrs. mid I llnrs m Oro |le. I,i ll ii*la will he reived at all nonrs Wtill every lieacy Hull can he provided. „,.pisu j mi' mi.i;m: & co Just Received ? \T Till-: CIIKAPOT i l.i ■’! 111 NO STOKF, IS (irovdle, a In rue and r pie lid nl mi ol i I i iTH I Ni» »Ii cli I otter lor mile Vi.lll UliK il’ HiK CASH. Se|il 12. 1«M» "'2 If For Sale. ON K OF Tin; MOST I*l.i;As \nt and df.pi. ruble House I him hi llroville, s HitiHul on Lin* ,olit .(reel. helmet n Hinl and KoMnsou si reel*. din Clt ly opposite the I olirl House, being till feel on Liuculli streel, and running hack KI2 Del I or term* ami lurll.er punicnlurs, apply to i (i I. \U T i.\, Jr . gift If Nc ft. I niu d .'lides Clock. Merchants Hotel, FIRST STREET, .Near llie StcTiiulißia Lauding. MARYSVILLE Till, si!liSOd 1 HKIt n,A\ I.MJ LBA> - *?L V Hie Merelun n I loud for •< term of years, will i lll cI v e hi. per'on at all en i lou A i keipHiK n First u„ Unit i.. and Milicilr a slmre ol pnUlic pairon aVte. I.m, llullards unu l.ailnnu lleeins in lie ! lin.«r pU o. M. KVA NO. 100 Mon Wanted ! M‘N \VAN I'KI) lo work on the French Bsf* * Tona l an d Mining ton pany's Illicit. Apply on the U'Udt A. i AlD.u, tepl. lu, lß.i‘i» [sllm2J Fnpi riiilendent. doses o’eossoK, I tiaunii paukrr, Sixutome it.. Sit* Prtntiseo. | tJronllr. PARKER &. 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