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LEGAL NOTICES..
Sheriff’s Sale.
By TiRTr r ' of ix TrxFrrmoy oft.
of the f*Wri<“t r*«v»rf r*f *>jr» J-vAfrinl I)j*i
irirt. in and ft»r K ’tt »* rinintv, and Bta«** of Onlifbr %: a,
to m«* »'<d >VJ d. «• •r rnaitdi.'v in#* In nnke
•he S"m “I fieir nfmdrnA rnd •* vcixfj fo’T 25 10® (|47lr
2'»i f*- U-tr~ with f r -*ercst b reor. attbe ra'c of thr*-e
f »*r cent, per nor :h '‘mm the sth day of May. K T > J‘s 6
nntH paid, and r.-a* »■? ? i»i t*xed in the sum of fifty five
fib-ICO <sss 60) do’b.r®. and all rmilng ccstaoi* «*iid
Writ, wherein RmHFKT P. TAYLOR, 1 RED ERICK
WH.COX and DAVID BURROWS am plaintiff*. and
ALFRED KOSTKIt. TffOMA? WffIMMS, JAMR*
WTLLI\S!?. jr N >"ALY,J. R HAK nitKBURGII
nnd \VM t'tl IKMER c.r** Defend** *»l*. I have ievi-d
noon and w ill «xr o»p af pnVlc *nV. tn th. highest ! I*s
- for cosh, at f e t>mt Hw*' •'»*• * !n »he t.wn «»f
• roTflh . com-t* nn * Sf-.tp On Friday tl*e
2 day of D**< m’xer. A . f». l-'.H. -t ih* hanr of
2 r» : c nrt. P. M. of Je*ul day. ;•!’ of the ight, title and
In’wi of li e j.hove m.nH Defendant* In and to a cef
teiwWater Pit h. known May slh, I) 185-. ha the
Bneker Ran Ditch, taken from the stream known itj
R •**«£* r Run rr Gold l.m , and nuuiug Uieoc* t*> Mixfe
lowo and tS- !ocoHv<*r rrini geamp dm Bryant*
rirjriuka. n- MonaCaii. g t «i .!op, butte c nntv.
f’si ir»rni-'», together wY,. «;i d i» ; n«?nl r. the laterals,
bca* C- »■«, rt'-wTT in*, tl •: me*, tenement**. her d»larr-**uf
»i*'i a? i ’rien .iiPta lb»*r -nato belonging or in anywise
uj f -.r N. i». PLUM, Sheriff Butte Co.
f rov-de. Nor. 27. 1c.',3l c .',3
Notice
5 s nF.nrnv givct to nn stock
holders o* the Virgin Quart* vibing Co - pa:iy. tbnt
all *]»• r />n w :-h .ml remaining
nn| aid j- 1 he * id a; jm ! li'* sale at th“ court house, in
Ornville, n ,!;•* -i n dav of I»♦* l-'B. at 2 o’clock
PV, to p?ir - 10-sev meats ig* the- " ith < f salt)
and rtdvr*rt-in? E» L. C *MLEY, Brest.
C. li Tamer. J t-c.
Yankee Hill, N r S. ISSS.
Notice.
C'T .TF OF rtLIFORNIA-Conutr of Butte, an. To
r? the i. . . ; as Wr.l-, County Judge of Butte
county, and I* f. Ttarri*, Attom"j, Gentle
men, yon will take r.otic- tlxat on or helbre the first
day *>f December a d. IS.Y*. ih' 1 - undersigned will ap
ply to hi* KxceiL ucy John B. Weller. Governor of the
State of California, fi r a jar-ion of John Sweeny who
ia row *ervlr;~a ’ertn of two rear** in the State’s Prison
of California, under a stntenc** of the Court of Sessions
of Butte count/, at its April term a. i>. 1868. fur the
crime of Grand Larcenv, of wh>h von will t*ke due
police ' IH GH STORRISOX.
W© theundwsiirned hereby acknowledge service of
the w ill.iu not < this srb of Jforemher a. D. 13*8.
THOMAS M KLtS, Co. Judge
I*. II HARRIS, n -t Att*v Unite Co Cal
Attest The fu re going a true copy of tl?e original now
oh hie in my office,'
< my har.d and tiie seal of mid
<L. s > couil ::rhxtd tl. ' the'tl.dayof November
\ ) Ao.
•u H. HARR VCR. Clerk Butte Co,
Oroville, Nov. 5, ISSB.
Notice.
fs HEr.KBV r.IVf.N TO TUT. STOCKIIOTBF.RS
i fib. \ Irijin Qimr i Vi'iincCuinimi y. tnnt;.n assets
met t hn** been k#v*-d r»f thirty dollars t<» the share, pay
abb* Gc'oN-r 2d, 1 .'B, the office of the Com I any. al
YAlike lliil. l ;L C i.MLV, President
H. Tr kkr. Peer- ary
Hill. August 7ih, augT 30« l
Notice.
Office **f liuttr Q* art* Mil lug Co., )
Okotim.*, Netnuher 9,1508
r. is ri Ri r v given that an apsesf
-L s n i-r t of five dollars p*-r share- < n the -took i f Hie
Butte Quartz Vi.rc u-psny. las been levied fhi
• lay. n-ide p’iyatde Tr*-.i c urer on «r fief*-re the Till,
day i.f Decern cr. 1853 Bv orjer < f the hoard o| Trus
l«e-. J. FLOIFNDV J 1 TIN PON. S«c*y
Nov. 13. lSi>3.
Notice.
Office of K iMc Ruaitz Mining Co , I
O ROT ILL - . November 10. 1853. »
\IMLL nESOI.B AT i ÜBIIC AUCTION
▼ Y the highest bi li’er for cash, in front o the Court
Ilo"se in Oroville. on the 10th d.-v of fhr.pml er a
13.58. shares N *. 17, Ib. 2 ’. 12. 22, 19 24,25. 2d, 3-.
SO, 87. 41, and 45, to pay assessments now due on the
said sha r e-. C (■ LIXCOI N. Pres’l.
J F Jonx-i Hec V.
Nov. IU, 1858.
Notice.
IS HI Hill Y GIVEN THAT THE INTEREST OP A
Cole. Jr in the Oakland Mining C employ consist in
o; four shares, from nn-r’ •. r lti’o2’) inclusive, wl.l l»
sold to th*» highest hiddt-r. to pay assessments «n th
ram-, on the I.sth day of !)■•■-. mher next, at the Coni
JMUiv’h office near Dogtov. n 'b-r of the Trustee.
A K SI E ARNS. Si- C y.
No vein her 15, If 58 n 20 —ti
Notice,
IS HI RUBY GIVEN. TH AT THE ASSESSMENT OF
•' II r per «h ie mi Ihe rnj.it *1 ebe kof the
California Coal Cim; -u y, lev eil June 21st, I>sB. ;•* here
bj resciadid Autr. 2d bt?s. • v«>r*l®rof the Tristees.
D W CtlE MS MAN, Secy. Cal Coal Co.
rir vllle, N< v 3. n'g fnlß2i # i
Notice.
rr'iiE sn \he
Oakiitiid Mil in
rn of tic
now due.
Dogtown, f'ctob r
HOLDERS OF THE
• .
«o th** Sl. re hi- he**., ni ido: n l
\. It. S I LA i\NS. S 'Ci.-lary.
It
Notice,
IS lirnvpY GIVI N—lll AT AN ASSESSMENT OF

o» the* r ' «* >1 c.», jr.r.y. A n:M JR.'S. : ,r.d
be j id D u.r T:'ip, r nf - .;,j p ifapni y within
thirty di;>* fr- ni d-» . j.fog tho-.* th t ’• nid the
aHosatnent of J* re Cist l-5s orderrf tho Trustees.
D W < Hi l SMAN. Sec’y. Cal. Conj Go.
Oroville, Nov. S, Ihfic . [i.134
'1
Notice,
¥S HERE"V GIVEN—THAT AFTER THIS DATE
the office of the Secrrr* rv and Trp- mire- of the Cali
fornio °oal Company, w ill I .* he.bl j t the o I’ce of I). W.
Che cn>ar..in the Town of Oroxiib end t**e rmeflecra nf
the Trus:e< aof Arid C uopanv will lv>r«* r»*r h'» Itld-.f
the s*.me • *'!•• ■ Anm *i rn**eit«.f ihe C' lnpnnv for
the eluctb-n o r ofti ■< .« m ill he b**M ns heretofore at Coal
Creek, Bjrord - *»t ’h-- Trustei-s.
p w. CIII.ESV AN, Fec*y. Cn? Cod Co,
Oroville. Nov. S, 1858, [a!32i*]
‘l'*7 > F. TIIK I VDDK * PINED DO 111. It K
▼ ▼ hy nirree. that cn and after fhis dav. vve will
each one put one of the five (’») duinn owned by
us. on Butte Creek, i»ito one Company, mutual in
tereot of all. to be known ns the Diamond Company,
to be worked together, each to do an equal quantity
of w ork, and furnish an equal amount of provisions,
Ard in either party has oeeaidnu to‘l>e off the
work (except on Company business.) on business
of his own or any other cwc. he ‘•hall either furn
ish a man in his place, or pay -aid Diamond Compa
ny two dollars and fifty cents (.*2,50,) per day for
all such time is said party is absent ; and further
that no individual member of the Company, shall
contract any debts without the consent of all par
ties.
RICHARD E. HYDE,
JEFFERSON SCOTT.
A. S. DERICK,
HIXON.
DANIEL M. KARRIS.
Butte Crock. Nov. Ist, !> ■>.
Scientific American.
WTT RCSPECTCr.—VOLUME FOURTEEN' BEGINS
September 1 1.1858. Mechanic*, inventor*. Manu
facturer-ai. : Farmers. The Scientific American has
now res died i‘ f er ! v it nnd will enter upon a
new Volume on tbe llth of Sept -ruber, ft is the only
weekly publication of the kind now i-sued in this
country, and it ha-a very exteariv? circulation in all
the States of tl;e Union. It is u it. as soaie m ; cht sup
pose from it- title, a dry. abstruse work on technical
scsenae; on the contrary, it <o deals with th'* great
event-going on it* th« scientific, mechanical and indus
trial worlds a< to please and instruct every one. If the
mechanic or artizan wishes to know the best machine
iu use. of how to make ary substance employed in his
business—if the house«ifi* wi-hea to get a recipe for
makirg a good col- r. Ac—if the inventor wishes to know
what is going on in the wiy of improvement*—lf the
manufacturer wishes to keep posted w.th the Time*, and
to employ the best facilities in hi* business—lf the man
of bri-nre and study wishes to keep himself familiar
with the progress mad.- iu the chemical Übaratorv, or
in the cor*, action of telegraph steamsbipe. r lilroads
reapers, mowers, and a thousand other mic!iin»« and
appiinnco*. t<db of j ace and war—all these desiderata
can be found in the Scientific American, and not else
where. They are here presented in a reliable and in
tere«tirg fi rm, adapted |<» the Ci i mpreh.*nsion of minds
unlearned in the higher branches of science and art.
TERM*—One copv one y. «-oe eo; v 6 months.
S’: K;vc-. t-s %ix month*. f 4: T**n c«»p*e> s x mouth* l ,
88. Ten c -pio* twelve uionti *. $l5; Fifteen copies 12
months 622, Twenty copies twelve mouth-. $2B. in ad
vance.
Spechiicn copies se-* atu *or,sly for inspection
Poetag- <i nip* taken • r salwcriidioua.
lE7-I setter* should 8 P . iree’ed to
MI NN A Od . 128, Fulton street, N. Y.
Messrs Munn y Co. are extensively engaged in
pnicuring patents for new inventions, and will advise
inventors, without charge, in regard to the noveltv ol
their improvements,
ORIENTAL HOTEL !
Comer. Bash, Battery nnd Washington streets,
SAN FRANCISCO
THIS WELL KNOWN FIRST CLA'JS aNO
ffT central llixtel. having been recently itnp «vcd.
jjji refiUcxi an.l th--rough y renovated. Is now open for
the ry ■ wh. Everything la tka egwerul de
part menu ie in cornp'ete onler and f-r the
cofuf«‘r. an i convenience ©f all w.-o may he pleased to
bestow their pair- naae. Every effort »* ill be exerted to
render the i 4 Oriental*' the first I otel on the Pacific coast.
nl2 A. POLLARD. Proprietor.
ARP, LINSBEO, NK\T3FOOT, POLAR AND
A “pe-m CM—For sale by
Ak»LTON ,ic McV.RMOrr.
LEGAL NOTICES.
Justice’s Summons.
fJNITED STATES OP AMERICA
Ftate of f’a’jfor’ii». Ocantj of Butt**. In Jos
t’rf.-i court Klnwb#w Town-b.sp;the people of the State
California. to Phillip Uunaßiore Greeting : Y< . u are
hereby lammonel t.» appear before me, at mv ol] ie In
Kin sh-w Towpuhip. fHintr <>f Butte. on the 2>*bday «»f
December A D IS’*, at 10 o'clock. A M to answer onto
the cnmfrtafnl • f Schnphil 'm’lb-ho pn-sto re or-r
the sum of ninety three end 4* WOU» dnl'a** La! nee
due nn boot ac* . uot from Jure RHb 1° S* pten.ber iStn,
]B5&, for goods, wa es and merchandise -old and deliv
ered to defendant bv plaintiff *h-n .Mgirent wife
Liken !g»in-t von for the said an ou »f Pmother «l»h coats
and d.imtge*. if you fail to %• pear and answer. To the
Sheriff r»r any mr-Übe of sail count/ greeting: make
i.-'sil service and !u return h***eof. Given under mv
hand ibis Ith da; -f Novetnl cr. A D 1
Jn tire of the Peace of s-dd Township.
Tt 1? hcreb’ orfor 4 that ih • above m:m» «ry be p ib
lished in the Butte Record th*<-e week-* b» f.-re thedtv
. f „,|e. K. H. KIN ‘ON, r. P. ’
Notice.
F-rn.r: of the state of p r » T v. cw.ipor.
FORM \ V 3. JOHN* D IT. AX—District '*ourt. I'.ih
Ji 1 -ial Wsrirr. tiff ('• iut r Wnnren T Fexfon.
Judge of m! I D «:rlrt Court mid P. 11. Ilarr Dis'ri--l
Attorney f-*r tbefountv of Bute i-ul y.nte ;;f r.sald,
w.l hereby P ke notice that tie undersigned * 'll *pply
to John B.AWHer Governor, of ti e S**te of • alifo n;:i
for i commutation of the sentence rf dea’h passed u on
»h** sv4 Joiijj 1> .} !j» o«, the !l h d.;y «»f S-tveinher, A. D
IS-'B.for the murder f lv<:w«r<l shark* y, to impiism
nwnt in the Stab s Prison of arid i*iare The iai*l John
Dobtn was convicted o* ;i h a‘»« v• m* r *Vr r>n the 21st day
•■f December A D. 1r57. mil • n the 2 th «*f s.-mu* month
ScrW-nced to Le hnnar on the 27ih of M rc\ A. D. 1858
—m«H ;:ppvaif.| tu 3 pre.ne Court of Suhi points
overrule ! and final sentence passed ns» the l!:h ins! ’bat
he be* executed on the 7 h <!av of January A D. IS 9.
L>. W CHEESE MAX A M\ (IKANGKR.
Atiorr.L*va ft -r Defendant.
T I erebjr acknowledge service i f li.e above notice by
copy. P. >i. HARHId,
T i-t Attorn y oi Unite • < only. 01.
I hi n by acktr wfe «c service • f the above no ice by
copy. V> A 1 URN T. FiXiOV.
Ju ’golMh Judicial District.
Attest the following a true «»• v of \ pplicalion of Com
muia’iou oi the s***iK** ice of J >nn Dolan. Witness my
band and the Set I i f the said Court, u Is 12th day of
N member A. D. Ic:,s M. 11. DaKKACTT,
Hfk of L'a'rict C urt, Uul e Co.
Rv J TI .V m Tl.y. Den '\y.
GmvGle. N. v 11th, 1858.
Insolvency Notice.
2 N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTEENTH
3 Judicial District, in and for the cmintv ‘of Butt
In the matter of the p**tit on of Elisha W. Slater an in
solvent debtor. Pmsuant !•> anorderof the Hon War
ren T Sexton. Judge of the Fifteenth Judicial ?
a for-aid. made tl.is day. nosii c is' hereby given to all
the < <litor< oftbe -a *i insolvent, K. W. Slater, to be
arid appear before the Hon Warren T. Sexton, aforesaid
in ii court, on the twenty eigtli day of December. A
1). IS' S at t-*ii o’clock A M. of that day at chambers, at
the court room ot -ai*J I’onrt. at tb*> Town of Oroville
in said county rf Uwtte.thf-n »nd thf*r“ to f>how catisv
if any they have, why ilie prayer of said iiisoleenl
-■'rtiu'.l not be granted, a 1 d an as-ignraut tof bis estate
l>e male, and he be di.-ci urged In ra his delta as au
insolvent deb'or
. Witre-- mv Ivt* I and Illegal of - t 4 Court
' >ra t, J ibis, loth dav of Novem> er . A D 1858
* ’ M TI. I'll K \*V*.
Clerk District C< int 15th Judicial Di-tricl.
u 2
Summons.
\TE OF PALI FORMA-IN TH3 DIS
trict Court of the Fifteenth Jedi«-i»l District: four
tv of I‘ntte.—ANN SU NDERS. Plaintiff vs. Cl! ARLES
W. S) UNDE lIS. Defen Lint; Ac ion !»;■• ught in the Dis
trict F«.nr’ »‘f the Fifteenth Judn-i.tl District, and the
complaint fled in the county of Butt**, in the office of
tli<* clerk of said District Court The people of the
State ‘f Cali**Ti. a, send greeting to CHARLES W.
SAT'NDI'KS; You are hereby required t*» apperr in an
action hr* light acainat von by Hi- above named plain,
tiit in the District Court of the Fifteenth Judicial Dis
trict, in ai d f< r the county of Butte, and to answer
the complaint filed therein, (a copy of which accompa
nies this summons) within ten days, (exclusive of th«
day of service] after the service on you of this sum.
mot,*, if served within this county: if served out of this
county, hut wit! in this Judicial District, within twenty
days; it if served out of sa d Di.-ti ict. I hen within forty
days—or judgment by default will be taken again-’t
you. Ti-e Baid action is brought to obtain a decree ot
divorce from the bonds of inair mony now existing he
tw * • n you at.d said plaintiff, and il yon fail to appear
ii answer tin* said ro nj laint as above required, the
plaint!!! will apply to said court for the reli f in her
complaint demanded, and for judgment for costs of suit.
Given under my hand and seal of tlit? District court
— of the Fifteenth Judicial i i*trict. k this eighth
I J 1 day •>* October in the year of m r I oid one
a / tb.-usaml evirht bundled and fifty eight. By
( * ) order of District ludce.
M. H. DAERACIT. Clerk.
ocl 9 ’5B
Declaratory Notice.
COUNTY OF
Butte. SS. I Mary Maclean, wife of James T. Mcleau
of the town of Oroville in said county, and State afore
said in the township ofOphir, in sai l county, do here
by declare; that I intend from and after this date to
carry on business in mv own name and on my own ac
count. in the county of Butte-; that the nature of said
business is that of Merchandising and Millinery in said
county and State, and such other further things as may
lie necessary c-rry on and manage said business. I
will bo individually responsible in my own name for
all debts contracted hv me on account of my faid bu.si
nc-s. and I herchv further declare that the amount of
capi tal in vested in my sa.d business does not exceed
the sum of lire thousand dollars.
In witness whereof I have set mv hard and
ctober. A. D 1858.
MARY MACLEAN.
"Witness; S W. W CougTiey.
ST tTE OF r \I/FOR.\IA.C- UNTY OF 1 T'TTF. SS
—On this (iftrentb day of October. \. D 18.58 before
S. yy. W (Vnffhey. a Notary Public duly rommis
sinned and qualit ed in and for said county, personally
apj>eared. M.iry 'Taclean to me personally known to be
the individual, described in and who executed the fore
going • Declaration of-ole Trader. *' and being by me
examined apart and without the hearing of her said
husband an*! made acquainted with t 1 e contents of the
foregoin? declaration she acknowledged to me that she
execute { the same freely and voluntarily, without fear
or compulsion nr coercive on part of her hushnnd for
the uses and purposes therein mentioned, axd desired
the same might he recorded as such
-—*—. . In witness whereof T have hereunto set mv
< l-.S J hand and affixed my official f«eal the day and
—■—- ' year flr>t above written
S W W COTTG’Fy.
Notary Public. Butte County. Cal.
Oct 16 58 Gt
Summons.
Court ol the Fifteenth'
OF rU.TFORNI A-TN THE DISTRICT
iT’dirial District. County of
Butt*. KLIZ \ J ROGERS v.-. M B. ROGERS Action
h - ght in the ? i.strici ' . urt of the 15th Judicial District
anil ‘he Complairt died in t’ e Uounty of Untte, In the
office of the f’ferk >f siirt P:«? ict Court The Pe pb* of
the Slat*- of Califiv-nia'sen 'grot tin/: To B, B ROGERS.
V* u *re hereby r* qn.re I t * appear H an nctiou hr uglii
trail'*** m» i by C e liftmoj plaindlfln ih-> Distric*
Co'irt of ’he of Fifteenth J i lic'ul District, in and for the
count a- Bn*te. and to nn««Pr the c*enplaint file*! lhere*n.
(a copy of which a» roiri mies thi« atimm- ns) within ton
daAs, (exclusive of the day i t service ) ufie- th i servic
on yon of this eum.i-oi p. if serve*l within this ; if
serve*l < ut oftbi.s n tr ty. but within this* Judicial I>i*
trict, wid in twenty ilav«: or if serve ! on*, of said District,
then wi bin fortv davs—>r judgment by default will be
t;ik**n against you, Tl c sold action i- bn;ugl t to oh'nin
a dec i e *,f >al 1 Uiv r' that the mnrrlaire contract exist
ii g ' e*ween yon and the pi in iff he diflSo|y*d *nd an
nul d, that ahe mav be re'eased from t e bond- o' imtri
tno v. p.rvj tooMaln j idgmoi I f'»r *he c *sts and money
•1 isbursements of this action, and lor such other and fur
ther relief as may be proper—and ifyr.-u fall t«» appear
and na-ier the sn d cornp aint ns above r q ired the
plaintiff v ill «p; ly to the C« uit for the eliel in her com
plaint demanded.
Giv«-n under my hand end the of th" District
Conn of the Fifteen*h Judirinl Di-trict. this
1 eighteenth dav of Arg ist. In the year o,
[ »»ur l.or«l one thousand eight hundred and
) fifty eight . M. 11. DAUR.V 11.
fttiglSSm* Clerk.
SKAL
Summons.
Q«TATF. OF f AI.IFOUN7A— IN THE DlS
trie! Court of thf Fifteenth Judicial District—County
of Butte. Joanna Vntrw. vs Rudolph Yager. Action
bronchi in tbe District «7ourt of the Fifteenth Judicial
Di-iricl. and the complaint Filed in (he count} o| Butte,
in the office of the Clerk of said f.istr’cl Court. T» e Feo
f le of the Snce of Ca'iforrin send greeting to Rud. Iph
Yager; V a are hereby required to apponr In an action
brought r.gainst you b> the above n; n»e l plaintiff in the
list riel«or the Fifteenth Judicial District in and for
(be county of Buile. and to answer the complaint filed
ther • n hi copy of « !drh ncr<»mpnriies tWs summons.)
within te.i davs. (exclusive of the day : fter
lh * •* *rvice on you of this Summon-, 1/ servo,! within
this county ; if served out of this countv. bn* within this
Judicial District, wftMn twenty davs • orif served - tit of
‘■•Tid Drstrict then within fbm da« s'— or j*« lament by de
lauli wall he* ken asmin-t you. The «ntd action isbro ight
to obtain a dec re* of this court t» dissolve the bonds of
matrimony exiling between J.nrv If nr I sail Plain Iff.
and ffinr -,i;d rv.rnae* contract r*e forever snnuMed, amt
ptaiat.ff urc'H 1 «'t t!»is court be divorced and forever
free*! t’ora D*n, the st:id -defendant and if you fail to are
{H-fn aiKl an-wer the said e, mplair.t :u= almve require* 1
w ill apely lothe Co in fortbe relief demaned in her-at i
C* mi plaint Given under mv bsnd and the seal of the
Dwtrlci Court, of the Fifteen th IqdicUi District, Ibis
22nd U v ef June, i*> ih-» year of oar one thmuaxd
eight !)oi»dfcd aii«J U:\a-- i -Pt.
M. IT DARRACn. Clerk,
j *'2Md by J. 11. al«mpi c. Deputy.
Hv«ris & I'owarp, Attorneys f..r Piuimlff
Justice’s Summons.
STATES OF AMERICA—BTATB
' Cnunty of Butte In Justice’s Court,
Ophir Township. Tbe People of the Stare of California
UiGKoRIiE n 1 RE.N’i ll: Y*»u are herebv .<uminore-I
b» appear before moqa! my r fibre in Ophir Township,
Ceuuty ef Butte, Of the loth day of > ov-*tr.be», A. D.
1858, at lOoVdock A.'l . :o-n-w»-r unto th»* comp act ot
J. P Coleman i Co., who sues ro recoverthe s*un of one
hun !re<l and seventy-eight 63-100 isi“B 62> dollar*,
clai ncd to be djo frt>m you on account for monies had
and received, liquors sold and delivered and sundries, as
|>er Complaint fl ed in my efflee. when j iJg oent will be
u»k« n against you f«»r the said amount, together with
costs and damages, if you tail to appear and answer. To
the rh>r;ffor any I'onstablecf said c*>U3iy, Greeting:
Make iegal service and due return hereof Given under
my hand this sth da of August, A D. 1 58
JOHN R. BKERY.
alO-3m k osiicv ol the Peace Dphir Township.
MISCELLANEOUS-
P. & C. FARRELY,
ntf’HOLE&U.E AND RETAIL DEALERS IS 080
f? ceries. Pr> visi »«*. Win ? and Liquors, Ale. Por
ter. Ac Thankful to •ur friend* for their past liberal
favors, we respectfully «olirft * continuance of the -anie,
and flatn r ourselves that w«* can sell as cheap, and give
■i? good satisfaction as :.ay other store in the city.
Fire proof brick store, Washington block, Myers St.,
Orrivllle.
Goods delivered free of charge. jelS
Roman’s Book Auction!
Salesroom—No. 114, Montgomery, between Uahfornla
and Sacramento Street*. SaN FHANCIBCO.
A UCTIUX ANJ» PRIVATE SALES CATALOGUE
•’a Embracing History, It ii K'Jipfcy, Explorations,
Travel?, Adventure*. Religion. Th- oh ary. Bibles and
I’rtver H«*oks. Poetry. The Drama, Fiction. Essai*,
Hil'e-LeUrt*#. Art* ai d Brie» ce*, lMn« *!ic and Political
Economy, Illtisin let! i-i't JLk’Us end Annuls Natural
Hi-ti ry. ALSO—Many New and Valuable Works just
from the Pr. ss *IS»2
Select School.
m€R. C. A. MEIGS A MISS CATHERINE
It Sl l. CURTIS, in end oj«n up a SELK«' 1 SCHOOL
in lb-* public ?cho«d hou* *. at Oro\ ilie, to commence on
the flr«t Monday in October.
TER M ? t
For r muon English B-anrhe* per month s'i 00
F r he following Branch* ? extra per month. ..2 50
Natural Phi L-s tph , Phytdologr. IJi-Wics. Geometry.
Trisronometrv. Rot any, Du- 11 dual Phil' so;.hy, Latin
Grammar Mi*** C r ’UITS ws'l also give lessons on the
Piano a- din Drawing. Advanced payments will be in
variably required.
Oroville. Oct. 1868 02-tf
Attention, Smokers!
WE CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
w T to o :r large and w*-l selec'ed stock of f*rgar*,To
bacco. Snuff. Plating Card?. Pipes, Sin ff and Mulches,
wnich we can and wiilseil ? cheap as any house in
this “idle. Our Motto is. ‘•Quick sales and Sma’l profits.’ -
Terms—Cash. 11. I OP. CO.
Montgomery Block, Montgomery street.
j>s3 tf
Lager Beer! Lager Beer!
CONRAD TKMPi.ES CITV BREWRY
We are row pr -pared to manufacture Lagei
Beer of :» eri. r .article—|h« material useil
being conducive l> ■ health and of in vigorntiun
quality. Hotel keepers and Saloons will be furnished
at all limes. Cull and fee us, ami liy our beverage.
C. TEMPEL
Oroville, Feb. Blh. 18’8.
Pea-Vine Ranch For Sale!
CHANCE FOR A BXPGAIN! Thevaluable
» r :i;j property known as the PEAVINK RANCH.on
H.ilß the American Valley Road, about ’2O miles above
Bid well, is offered FOB SALK. Tt is situated in a good
mining locality, and 5* an ev vllent stand for a Hotel
Possession given April Ist, 18.*9.
Apply ou the premises to
WHIPPLE A: ALLEN.
Pea Vine, August 1858. tf
United States Restaurant
SE-OPENED.
jg*. THE undersigned beg to inform the
.. citizens of oroville and tne community
that lhe> have again associated
s in business, and recoininei ce<l
on the sit.- of their old stand, the UNITED IST ATE*
UETAURANT, which w« have fitted ami furnished in
the best manner possible, and which we sh»ill seek to
make CIT* The Bust Eating House in Oroville!
To suit ourselves t»the limes. we have fixed our pri
ces as follows:
Board, per week, 3 8 00
Meal.
N. It.—We have well a’rnng -1 LODGINGS connected
with our Res aumnt. WEISS & HAM aKKNIOH.
Sept. 25th, lr<sH.
WATCH! WATCH !
I HA VKJ US T RECEIVED, DIR ECT from
San Francisco thelargert slock of WATCH
f'}. A. I S AND J SAVE LRY ever brought to Oroville,
anti it is we'l worth the attention of persons
wishing to purchase, to call on me before purchasina
elsewhere I have everything uusiiully kepi in this
business, in abundance, and am bound to sell at very
low figures.
(L7* Jewelr of all kind 4 made to order Wa»:h«
repair* d carefully and warranted
Rosenthal’s old* stand. Don’t forget the name.
April I, 1857. GKO E. SMITH.
Tell it to to the People !
rip HAT GEORGE K. SMITH, II \S FUU. JK VKL
H ED GOI.D lioiiltng Cased new Lever WAT TIES,
warranted to keep good lime for one year, for only $.51)
each
September 10, ISIS.
New Goods & Fresh Stock
JUST ARMVED AT CURLY’S BRICK SRGAR
Su-r~, corner M"ntg -niery and Myer? streets.—
CURLEY respectfully informs his friems and the
P ;T)lic in general Hint lie is now enabled to supply
them with the choicest ass >rtmeiitof
SEGA RS.
TOR ’> Cun,
PIPES, and
GoiiD.S GENERALLY IN
HIS LINE OF BUSINESS,
And at such j ri:es that wi.l satisfy tlm wholesale
merchant or retail smokers—that he - Las the trap*
properly set” in S-m Franclscd to receive the choicest
assortment of Segars and Tobacco that can b- bought
for cash, on ih? a-nval of every steamer. Give me a call
and satisfy yourselves at CURLEY’S,
Washington Block,cor. Montgomery and Myers
street Ofovdle.
Assay Office & Refinery.
No.IOS Battery street, co". Merchant, San Francisco.
ON AND AFTER THIRD OF M \V PROXIMO, w
will receive deposPsof Bullion for Assaying, refinin
and Coining. Until the Branch Mini gives a preference
in payments to deposits of Refined Bullion over Unrefine 1
Bullion, (as U con; cm plated by a bid now before Con
gn ss t» mat effect, iw * shall pay all deposito-s in United
states coin invariably in five days after a deposis is
made, our charge for reti- lug gold is I’Ten’s ter ounce,
and 'a of one per coni, lor coinage. Cu ing 4 cents per
ounce less than Mint charges. Unparied bars will be
mad** as usual, and re:urn? made on the same day on
which the deposit is made. Public patronage is respect
fully solicited, so far us may be cmisisient with the in
terest ol'th* depositor. JUBTH 8: HUNTER,
I ap2d-3m2dpl
Merchant’s Hotel.
Marysville.
i«pJL THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BECOME
HjW associated in the man age men of the above First
Class Hotel,respectfully solicit a share of public
p i iron age. SOLON PECK.
*n7tf G EG. \V. STANTON
Ice, Ice! Ice !! Ice!!!
PURE AND CLEAR AS CRYSTAL—THE UN
derslgned an* again prepared to furnish the citi
zen* of Oroville w ilh the very i est quality of ICE. on
he most reasonnhl* terms. A large supply constantly eon
hand. < )rdrra left at our office on Miners’Alley, between
Myers and Hnntoon slr**ets, pnmplly a I tended to We
have the most perfe.A facilities for supplying hotels,
sah*ors and fain ilie s wilh any amount desired
May 3d ' J. T. DICKEY A CO.
Jabez Sawin,
Montgomery Street. South side, between Huntoon and
Lincoln streets, Oroville.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DE ALER IN
Wines, Brandiks,Cordials, Ales, Port-*
ers. Fancy Liquors, Syrups,etc. The public
is informed that Mr. Sawin i* the SOLE
AGENT in Oroville, f.»r OAKLEY’S Celebrated Pre
mium CHAMPAGNE CIDER.
COUNTRY TRADERS am! other* will fin-lit to
their advantage to call at the above establishment before
purchasing els. where. Sept. 10th.
New Goods.
ID*. SELVEII HAS JUST RECEIVED
xv H a fresh assortment *»f fall goods consisting of Bon
nett*. Hats. Bu.*m;lU. Capes an-i a general assortment of
Millinery and Fancy articles. Also the Princess Royal
Bridal Skirt®: a new aiticle. all of which will be soldi at
extremely low price*. Call and br convinced.
XT* - Montgomery street, next to the Ohio Stable.
Dissolution.
rrilE FIRM OF HEDGES 6c HANNON
H. is this day dissolved oy limitation. Either parly
will use the name of the firm in liquidation.
CHA 8. 11. HEDGES,
M. W. HANNON.
Oroville 25. Oct. I^sB.
New Store, New Goods.
Lang & co..—huntoon street, two
doom below the Tneatre build mg. uruyii.c Lave
just opened the best assortment
Urucehes,
Pnivisione,
Liquor*.
Dry Good*.
Clothing,
Boot?,
Shoe*.
and Hats,
Ever brought It* this market, and which we will sell
at wholesale and resail, cheap for cash, and no humbug.
The uudervgm-d would respectfully inform the peo»
pie of* r* iritis and vicinity, that he v will sell good? ol
all *Se?cripuons at Mary sviiie Price?, and warrant even
thing sold us reprerente I. Trader? , ;n d Packers will do
well to give us a call, a-* we will save them the lime and
trouble ol going father below u> make purchases. Pari
tealar attention will always be given to the supply of
Groceries to families, hotels, miner*, kc.
mh26 LANG k CO.
Fresh Oregon Oysters T
HAMMERSICH 4& CO., OF THE UNI
u-d Btale* Restaurant, wilt serve fresh Oregoa
Oysters in every stylo sy and n’ght. oct 2S
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL,
—— A >’ T>
General Stage Office.
THIS favorite hotel, for.
Hierty situated ou the c- rncr of Montgomery aud
iiunknon utreet*, ir now located at the corner of
Line lo and Montgomery streets ir» the building formerly
known as the White Hall
Ti*e ST, has bee* provided with an en
tirely new on til or bed*, beddif.g hi d other fixtures, and
in its table at d all Pa appointment.- is M'cou i t«» no pole*
lic house in Northern California. To t**ep pace with the
times, the prices have set at the following low rates
Single Mrab, 50 cents,
Lodging per Mghtt 50 iV 75 cents.
FRANK JOHNSON, Proprietor.
•yX. B.—The oftict* of the California Stage Com
pany is at the gt. Nicholas, n 6
BECKER,
GUNSMITH,
AND DIaLKR 1H
Guns, Rifles and Pistols,
POWDER, SHOT, LEAD, CAP*. AMD
Cun Trim mi i g«, Montgomery street, below the
Ohio Stable. Oro’ Hl**, Butte Covnty.
ITS KW WORK imuietoord r. and repairing cxe•
cuted lu the neatest manner. nd-tf
OROVIL.LE
IRON MB BUS Ffil'NDß!!
AND
MACHINE SHOP,
JAMES LOCiIER,-- - Proprietor.
WE ARE NOW
KKPAltisli To FURNISH
at the tlu rtesl notice,
STEAM ENGINES,
QUARTZ MACHINERY,
Saw and Grist Mills, Pumps,
DER ?ICK 7lt ON?.
CAR WHEELS,
HYDRAULIC PIPES AND NOZZLES,
■ AWO ALL OTHICR KINDS OF
MACHINERY BUILT TO ORDER
OR REPAIRED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
tsT Also, every description of Ulack.mithinT done
on reasonable lei ran. u6*fcf
WHIT CHEEP. HOUSE,
San Franci.sc u
szk IE VO 11 have business op any kind to
Ujsf transact, is it not important that you should en-
to get as near as possible lo where husiu* s
of all kinds is known to centre ?
If> von want to patronize u house conducted on
strictly temperate principle?-?
Do y-m want to pair o »ize an establish men t favorably
known throughout California, Or* Ron. and all other
places, for its mod-irate charges, good an i the best ol
beds, together with order, comfort.convenience.and su
pet ior acc unmodal iont?
H y.ui desire all these, we advise yon to g.» to Wood
wui th s\\ Ini Cheer House. S 7. 81) and 91 Leidsdoid
street. 119, IJI. Sacramento street.
flits estab isliuteni is centrally located in the business
part of the city, an 1 in the immediate vicinity of the
•'Meumship Co.'s offices, ami the United Stales Branch
Mint.
Board per Week, $5 50
per Day, 1 00
Meals. 50
Lodging. 50 to 75
Single Rooms furnit-hud complete, 75 cents per night
w Htwms or Lodgings can be Iml by the night« »r week,
with or without Board, to suit tlie c •nveiiieneeof nil.
The beds are filled tip In the very best style, with pat
ent French springs, and the best of curled hair mat
tresses. clean bedding. &c.
Superior Bathing accommod itions connected with
the hi use. £7““ Shower Bath.-Free
Free passage in the Omnibus to and From Die boats
Look iu the name on the Omnibus to avoid imposition.
By unremitting attention mil untiring effVts to fur
nish the greatest amount of Contort and convent nice at
extreavdy low prices, the proprietor hopes to nn. rila con
tinuance of the increasing patronage that the U hat
Cheer House at present enjoys
For the accommodation of miners and others having
money or valuables, there are two large safes inihe office.
Titer* is an extensive Library and Reading Room, well
supplied with pa era. periodic ds, Ac.
Travelers will please to remembar that there are
no runners connected with this establishment THE
HOUSE I* OPEN ALL NILII f.
jeU-hn K B WOO V\RD. Pr iprietor.
Fmit Trees.
30.0C0 PEACH TREE?.
w 3 *»O,’K) • Catawba Grape Vines
."0.000 California Gripe Vines
Also, Apple, Pear. Nectarine, Apricot, and China
Trees
All of the above are thrifty an 1 of vigorous growth,
embracing the finest Varieties of Fruit a lapte i To this
climate and will he sold in large or small quantities at
the most reasonable rates. The i.hina Tie-?. iu this
climate. Is unequalled f»r be-utjr and rapid growth by
any .ther c-rnaiuea.al Sba le Tree. Terms Cash
J. BID WELL-
Chico. November 20. IS"8 .ffitf
Golden Gat 3 Restaurant!
Corner Montgomery and Hun toon streets, Oroville.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT, having been re
built since ihe fir *, and fitted up in the most
xrelb m manner. Is again open to all its old
alrons and as many new ones ns may see fit
to call. The proprietor, having had hi« efforts duly ap
preciat'd while keeping the old esfabllshmeiP, fl .Piers
himself that this fact alone will induce a continuance of
pa.roiiage hy the peblic.
bonk’d PER WEEK, $* 00
SINGLE ME ALS. 50
bicken. Oyster and Clira Snips always nn han 1, and
served up at short notice. Meals at all hours.
TH E B \R—I do not say th dmy Liquors cost m«
«x. eight or ten dollars per gallon, ut will say—-just
give them a trial SABE?
Day and Night.
Thankful tor past favors, I respectfully solicits a con
tinuance of the same.
* JOHN DR AG HI, Proprietor.
Glorious News ! !
STOP VE HUNGRY AND READ ! ORO
- RES f AUK ANT OPEN AGAIN"
SIMON H. ROSENTHAL herewith in
fauns the p .Wic and his friends, that
he dissolved partnership with A Michiiteau on the 7ih
of July, ami fur.hennore, desires to slate, that he has as
socia ed with himself Mr. F. Hummernick, recently of
the United States KeUaurant, for the purpose of re-open
ing the Oroviiie Rest.-uuaut uti Montro nery S*.. between
Myers and Hutiloon streets, where they both will be
happy to see their old friends and customers.
I hankful for pa-l favors, aud promising to do ample
justice to all, we bespeak lor ourselves the generous
patronage <d the pu >hc.
BOARD PER WEEK—IN ADVANCE, $8 00
SINGLE MEALS, 50
SIMON R. ROSENTII NL,
Julv IHlh.
John W. Tucker,
IMPORTKRR • F AND WHOLES ALB AND RE
**il Dealer in Watches. Uiatnmdt, Siivt-r Ware, Jew
elry. aud Silver-pla.ed Ware. Quartz Vork of all kinds
on hand._ Watches repaired with ca»e, and warranted.
No. 1 *A 5 Montgomery street, *n»i Francisco.
in the interior, desirous of ourchasing ar
ticles of Jewelry, by forwarding a description, accom
panied by the rash, can obtain them, stud depend on
their being of the best quality, and selected with care :
and there is little doubt that this mode will prove as
satisfactory to the purchasers, us if the articles nad been
se.ected under their own supervision oc-Vti
M. P. Brown,
9G Battery S'rert, Son Francisco, Cn|.,
Importer and wholesale deal
er in BE VDs* AND INDIAN DUO»M*«f all Kiikls,
Gaos, Phioh, Perctiseim Caps- fable and Pocket Cut
lery . Plan*d Ware. Brush 's. Combs, aud a general vari
ety of Fancy oc9 Gin
Notice to Lien-Ho-ders.
r | ,u . AI ' 1 ' whom it may coscers
~ Notice is hereby given, to prsveol their liens, held
under previsions of An Act of the Legislature of this
Mate, entitled “An Act lor securing Liens to Mechanics
and »»thcrs, w passed ApjfJ 19th I83*», and all amendatory
acts,on th t certain building now being erected on kits
numbers fire and stx, oi block number three, in Oroville,
Hu. to County. California, and mo much t»f siid lots as may
be necessary for the cunrmteal use and occupation of
said b-iiidtng. on Mouday the CHh day of Novemdes, 1858,
at I«t o clock. A. M , in the Hou. District Court of the
r ifteen’h Judicial District, County of Butte, atlhe Court
Houm in Oroville. tueo and thereto beproperlp proved
and adjudicated. A. LEWIS,
... t By A. P- Galiswkr. Agent.
Oroville, October 15th, r ol6-3w]
BUSINESS CARDS.
DB- J■ H- N- OWEN.
OFFICE—On the >ide of »he Plaza, inline*
dintely upj»osiie the rear end c f the Court House.
63-3 m . •
D. C. BUB I-11*0 A MB. J * X * *****
BURLINGAME & MYERS.
dentists,
OFFICE —ln Mathews’ Brick
Building, on Hantuon street, between
Nontjjomt'ry and Bird sireets,
OR OVILLE.
HENRY A GASTON
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OFFlCE—(Temporarily) with Judge Wells, opposite
Court House, east side Pinza. jj2o
S* ROSENBAUM.
ATTORNE Y AT LA W.
OFFICE—With J B Barker. E.q., east side of Ibr
Plaza, opposite the Court flou.-e. aug4
GECRjS
WATCH MAKER
E SMITH,
AND JEWELER.
Montgomery street, between Myers ana Huntoon
Streets Orovillle.
ALL KIND* or JEWELRY made
lo order—DIAMOND WORK and
other Precious Stones set in becuti ,, »i
style COLD AN D SII VI K Wntch
eg,Chains,Gold Buckles, Puns, Clocks,
&.0., stc., f«K sale.
Batches repaired by mystif
•— v . r a l!y. and warranted.
be name. GEO. E. SMITH,
d 22
Don’t forg* 3
At Rosenthal! s< Id Stand
G C HARVEY.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Orovlilc, Dalle County.
Office—On the Plaza opposite the Court House.
Bird street. Fpecinl attention given to the searching of
County Records. lnvest : eaiion of Title*, and lo the draw
ingot I>eeds and Conveyances for record. cell
HENRY GATEYMAN
GERMAN PAINTER.
Miners' Alley.
East side, between Muntoon and Myers streets.
Oroville my 7
MINARD H FARLEY
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC, REAL ESTATE
AGENT AND CONVEYANCER.
OFFI E—On HirJ street.north side of the Flint
burt & nnocss.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS aT LAW,
Oroville,
Office, —llirdstreel. in Hurl's new brick building, up
stairs. <>l3
CHARLES F LOTT
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oruviiie Butte Co.
flrnre—Bird ‘treel. between Mtersand Iluntoon.
iyl4-tl
THOMAS WELLS.
ATT 0 RN E V AT LAW,
Oroville, Rutte Co.
Special attention glv«*n to the toarching of County
Record?, investigation of Titles, fee..and to the drawing
Deeds mid all instruments for record
OFFICE —Huntoon street, opposite the Court House
8-45
JAMES O BRIEN. M D
Particular attention paid to chronic diseases, and
all oth *r» common to this country. lias had large
experience in hospital and family practice, and con
fidently hopes for a share of public patronage.
Orrif-K—At the County U «spi:al, i.ynohburgh.
n 20
JJTIN S D3HI2Y,
JUS ICE OF THE PE \CE.
OFFICE—Bird street, llirec doors above the Butte
Record office.
JAMBS S LONG
COU X T Y SURVEYOR.
Ornrz —ln the Court House. oc9
EYE. EAR & SURGICAL INFIRMARY
Hubbard & Teed,
PHYSICIANS &SUiIGROXd. OFFICE—O street,
between Second and Third street*, Marysville
N. B.—Operations on the F. > e and Ear an-! the treat
ment of their Disea-es, will receive special attention
j©2 Ilf
Dr. M. Vrooman.
OFFICE —On Bird street two doors Irom the Post
<>;Be, Theatre t»l«*ck. Of lice lours, from 9 A. M,.
to I*2 M., and from *2 P. M. lo 6 o'clock. Calls from
the country, of responsible men, will i»e punctually at
tended. Hates of charges the sair? as adopted by
the Butte County Medical Society
apl
■&Sb
1. O. OF O. F.
Orovltli i.odgp. No. 3U, Imle|
I lout Order »I Odd Fellows, meet c
-MONDAY levelling, in the Hull ,
Colton * McDermott 1 . Drug Store. Brothers ol
Order are respectfully invited to attend.
•I. 0. weiITSBAUUUKR, x.i: I F.. DI'NH X'l Fe
D.XVID WEAVER, V. G. i (i. K. SMITH 1
J II M AI.SON. F. Sec.
TABLE UdDHTAIg LODGE No. 1
P. A A. M.
THE STATED UO IMCNICATIOSS ol
:'•!« Mountain laid ;e. No. 124, F. 4t A M ,
held at llieir Hail in Oroville, on the Ev
tags of the first Tuesday of each month.
UIIA S. F. LOTT, XV M.
Maefi.k, S ,c'y. je2Sidl(fgl
OltO TELGdKAPH i.IXF.
Orovili.k. August IG. 1851
On and after tlvsdMe the rates of tariff for dispute
over this lice have b en reduced
:ilB B. G. STOCKTON, Fee'}
Dr. .1. C. IfOUNti, whose advertisement adv
tisemenl appenrsin another column, isthe pioneer ad\
lising Physician in this State, has cured more patie
than any other. Attention is called to his advert
ment.
OROVILLE LODGE NO. IQJ, F. A.
bited co nmunicationsof Oroville L
.of F. A. M., a"e. held on the lust
urday of each month, at the Masonic Mall,
Colt >n &, McDer i.oil’s Drug Stoie.
D. A. BROWN, \V.
A D.H eis, Sec’y.
% iiiUC.
A The staf
No. ’.03, o
' urday of e
County Treasurer’s Office, )
Orovili.k. Nov. 6ih. J
Holders of Butte County Warrants registered on the
General Fund from the *2l «t of December 1857. to Feb.
4. 1858. inclusive, also. Warrants No. 1692. 1693. 1694.
1695, 1696 and H 97, r»gistered on the Indigent Sick
Fund. I eb 6. 1858. are hereby notified that the same
are now payable at this office, ami after this date said
Warrants c-.*ase to bear interest.
WM.LATTIMORE,
Treastuer Butte Co.
Dr. John W. A aiiznudt.—Confidentially calls
the attention of all those who wish to consult a physi
cian or Surgeon on all complaints of long standing, and
in all cases requiring surgical operations, together with
the following diseases—Nervousness or gpinal affection.
Palpitation of the heart, sick head ache. Dyspepsia, ina
bility. Lowness of Spirit*. Loss of Memory. Fatigue or
slight exertion, loss of muscular power, averson lom>-
cl»*ty. pain in the back and head, debility and general
weakness, with all ailments of a serious nature. Doc*
tor Van/andt can be consulted at his office, foot of Clay
s»reet, Fen Francisco, or by letter, staling symptoms in
detail.
TXIOS. BOYCE,
ADVERTISING AGENCY
S.E.t truer M mig jnery t i l IVa.hingtou St...SAN
FBANOISOO.
Autb.orlzod Agent!
iUTTE BEGIRD, MOVILLE.
Republican, Shasta;
Citizen, Downievilie:
Plumas Argus, Plumas;
Tribune. San Jos#*;
Herald, luburu:
Courier. Yankee Jims;
Union 1 emocrat Sonora;
Californian, Oroville;
I ndepe ndeu L,?a n A nd reas;
Placer Press. Auburn; •
Democrat, Cacheville.
Gazette. San Leandro;
Amador <e oli nei,4 ackson
Messenger, La Porte:
Heral 1, Crescent City;
Democrat. Mariposa;
Sentinel, Santa Crux;
Chronicle, Y reka,
£1 Clamor Publico]* Lo*
Angeles;
Herd I, Benicia;
Courier, Columbia;
Sentinel. Jackson.o T.;
Standard, Portland, 0. T.;
Argus, Oregon City, O. T ;
Messenger.Corvallis.O T ;
Times, Portland. O. T.
Notice.
DR. WM. WILSON
bis ofllee from Bidwell to
6L Nicholas Hotel
has removed
Oroville, opposite the
oc-16
MISCELLANEOUS.
DB C. H- TOZEH.
THE great emdirator of Secret Diseases and found
er of the TDitu**rian Medical Institute, Sixth et..
between J and K Sacramento, would roost respectfully
inform those afflicted with Private Complaints. such as
SyphillD, Gonorrhoea, N. ct'Lrnal Emission--, and all the
consequences of self-abuse, th«t he w *s formorly Prac
tical Physician of L««cke Hospital, in the city of Lon
don, where there are at all times under medical treat
ment. from 1,500 to 2.000, and for Uio la-t four years of
the city of Sacramento Thousand* can testify to the
many i adieu* and perfect cures eff ct»- ; and it is well
known Unit h** is H e only one i . the Slide who has
made a thorough and perfect cure after all the ad?erUs
ing quacks have failed
A Practical treati-e on Vener« at. by PR. C. IT. TO
ZEK, Sacrament- 1. Their are n-» maladies to which the
human family is liable i f dee. ct iron* rtauce. either in
a medical or*irsral pcin* of viewt t an those arising
fr* m Impart* sexual intercoms*.
As u.edical men. ii is our buxines* to look at disease
merely as it» fleets life and 1 eajth; and our efforts are
directed, hollo tft« re'brma'ion of man‘ a vicious pro
pentd ie?. but to the mitigation of his bodily suff-rings.
It is in this abstract sense we wivo of Venereal Affec
tions. And it is in this sense that the Doc’or -ht-uld
ml dress hiroeeD to their sludv. Il l-.ia feelings are allow
ed to influence las p of ssional pursuits, his qualifies
lions will necewnrilv be limited to those subj cts that
are mo*-t agreeable to «is tastes To bi con e an en
lightened practitioner, it l« as e-wtlaJ V at he should
be u lib rnl ai d ardent one : and aff-ctions. in their na
tarc repn!stve to delicate s* nsibilitic*, I e regarded in
no other light than us morbid phenomena of th • living
body
The whole buMiie-sof he medical nfl. when wo take
a low view of it and regard it only as labor, is n disa
g«e»*ab’e ore. in any form, diseas» is nnplen«t»nt to
look upon The sick chamber affords n<» pleasant sights
The physician is made the witness bmhof physical pain
and moral infirmity. struck by disea e the attractive
part- of man's satn-e arc clouded over, his pride is hum*
Med: his intellect is disturbed : his whole character, i.i
a woid, is transformed. Too often ah*s. i- sickness the
conseq-iei ce of his ow n f li v; -elltiudulgence. the grat
ification ol appetites, the exLausliig 1<»»1 of n> urice, the
feverish labors f,.r human applause, all produce their
baneful*lT- cts upon the eo: s Button But to the medi
c >1 attendant, the moral aspects are not to have any iu*
fluenee upon his skill or his cares.
At the best, hun an : alure i* but weak. This is the
fi.st truth for a medical man to learn: and. in whatever
way this weakness is exhildted.the philanthropic hea t
wiil feel that it is a pleasure as wt li a« a duty, to relieve
bodily infirmities, whenever however they appear Thi
is the higher ami nobler view of medical sci nee. If
devotes itself to the mititmti -n of pain, the abatement of
disease, the restore ti n to health. la d ing this, its
minfst« r roust be the special'r of much that is disa
nn eable. But he is rewarded bv th* lopy satis r .*ction
of fueling that although p re ui .1 comfort is sacrificed
and »y mpathy is often painfully excited, ref it is through
such a road that Benev* lenc*- has he w ides' sc pe, an I
meets with the richest return for it- labors.
Of all the affections that nfll ct man. then* Is n* one
m re terrible in its cor a qur c s than Syj bills. | r uad
fnl as it is to the person who first contracts it, frightful
as frequently are i’s ravages in hi* conM'tißion ending
i ecus dually in destruction: yet il is a disease of deeper
interest,and more to be lamented when transmitted t ►
offspring. Children often come into the world with the
disease bkVously manifested to the eye c vered wil’t
blotches and s' res; wrh wrinklc l laces, having the np
peiirnnce of olj ng.-; and il is preivihle that every par
ticle of the living organism is rqua!iy tainted with the
pois n. When such a condition a\ist-. it cannot I••
doubted that life w ill too frequently be sh.*rt and full of
pain.
Scrofula. Consumption, and ot!i»*r disea-e* that are
sometimes herid tary. are in many cases, its fruit; ai.d
one wav to stay th** deva tailing n arch of those fear
ful fatal iiflVctioDs, is. as far as practical I**. to Eradicate
Syphilis fom the world. Would it i« t seem that a
disease so prevalent and *•» dlrtdul. ought to excite the
deepest interest among th<* medical men. both ns re
spect* its true * a hology and nts treatment ? What ex
cuse can he offer for Lis d ficiency. who calls himself a
surge**. , and \ *-t does n* t i-ve't recognize the disea**
w h**n he sees it, and is ignorant of the Left meins **f
checking it and preventing .my future evil ennsequere -s?
Is it enough for him t > suv to flie imagination the dig*
ease is a ioathsom one? (hat it is a disreputable* ne to
j have, and a disgusting one to treat? Such ;n excuse
( may. probably, su Dfy him who has no better, but itwill
no l su isf. science nor philat throphy.
Whoever undertakes th** no d eal profession with a
true spirit, will never rest contented wit It knowing only
n 1 mited part of If. There is no subject thi;t be thinks
unworthy of investigation and study'. He can not be
satisfird with a smattering know edge of what he j*
bound to understand well, lie feels resting upon h s m
a double obligation—u.e. the duty he owes t<« the pub*
lie. to whom h<* anfioiiuc •> t . Ihe is * qualified mem*
her of a noble pr-fes-d m: the other, ihe duty he owe- to
himself, to make and maintain a reputation lor attain'
ments and skill. Then? arcs me practitioner*, indeed
there are many, who are ignorant of venereal diso.ses.
beciiisc they fancy Hi* nor respectable to treat t- em.
ff all such D*-r*>ii3 it may b-- assorted a< beyond dispute
that their ignorance is not coi.limd to these diseases
alone; they wll be found *1 ficu-nt in all other points,
and are not proputly qualified f*r the respoiiaibiliti-.s
tnev have assumed. " hoever has a just appreciation
of the medical an. will not know any difference in the
respect bi lily of diseases All maladies are niikr fit sub
jects f *r hi> care and reflection; and the only distinction
that he acknowledges, is that wh'ch arises fro n their
I greater or less gr vity. (’ircumslnm es may i deed, di
n’d his practice in a part eular channel, so that his bus*
! >nes> will be inclined to one class of «llli lion-, lather
than another; but this is not because he rc.ar s some
as beneath or unworthy his notice.
C, II TiiZEll. M. D.
READ AND HEFLIN T. Cr. T. Tozrr'* Card
to the rffl : cf« d. <Jui* k cures and l*»w puces at
the He nhiished nlFce,Sixth street, between J and K sf.
Ur. T( x; r return- hi* tnnnks t** his i ntnerous pn
tienia (ortheir patronage, and Mould embrace this op
portunity to remind them th.it he c 'uiinuea to consult
on thos*> gifllculi ra es of Vener «l which have b: f!l -.1
the -kill of some of th * moat cei- *»ra’<*«l pliv-dcians of
the age. a »d upon which he has Never Failed to per
form a Hadical fare
Dr Ti ger's reputation as a physician stands unequal
led. Ills exclusive attention in diseases of the (Jenito
Urinary O.gaiu f< r -<> many years renders him perfect
roaster of Syphilitic di-e s* ».
Dr T-'Z -r has. ii is well kn iwn, taken pall* n!s from
the very verge of the g"»v • and rMo e 1 «li rn to p rfect
health. Ife further slnti s 'hat he deems 1; sufficient to
attract the attention of ihn-e «h * might n**ed the h*t
viecs of a physician, >n all case*, not p r iculariy hose
enutner ted in the advertise men t, ex peel, ng they would
test,my merits as a practinoner. and the result my
practice has he**n thu*> far sit sfaclory to my patient's
and n y elf. Nor d<» I deem it necessary to fill c damns
of newspapers w ith fuls me.empire and bombastic ad
vertise ems, professing *ny ability to heal all die* us s
11 "h is h*ir to. for to d*> fat I must be something
n ore than man, hut to give these that are afi! cted w i h
Ve < ml. Chronic and oth*-r diseases, to undersf; nd,
from !*>ng experience, I am fully competc ni to uea:
them successful.
I < tT**r ;.o g rnitne or fraudu’etif o , riifi<*af{!J or puffs of
my superior qtiaii icathii.s as a j r. ctitioiier, nei herdo
I assume the m*xlical hon r- to which 1 em «-niitl *1; but
m-r* ly tisk those who are diseased to read the different
advertisements reiating to il,.* cure i f private d!-ea-.-s,
ami Judge for the r selves where to at ply f<*r relief. (My
rooms are so arranged that I cnnl»ec«> suited in private
;it nil iiours of the day, from *.♦ u’cloc* A M until » p w »
Persons wrh Uhroiiic D:arrh«*ea. Dysentery, N *i
you4 DeftiMy. Low Spir ts, Lassitu !e, Veakne-s of th*;
ihnfiaa id back, indisposition. 1.0-s of Memory. Aver-
Mon to Society. of aol.tu In. Timidit.,, Self . isj rust
Dizziness I lead ace, t> in m:h* silt*, a fleet ions of the
eye*, I ini les • ii die face. Sexual and olh r in ir i ities
in Vnn, scc.. will find tt important to cohmill Dr. « has.
11. T* ■/. rat Li.-* * ffi e, -lx ii st between I and K, Suc
ra recto. C lAS. 11. TOZLK, M. D.
uov "11
J. Upstone,
Corner of Montgomery and Ouk Streets, Ororille.
Dkai.kk IN IRON, steel, springs, AXLES
Borax. Coal. Hla ksmith’s Tool*. (Carriage L nnbur
etc Quartz Selves, Iron Shuf.e-- and D* *»r«, m ,d« to
uril,;r jeililt
Oysters! OystexS !
Oct ir».
FRESH O IEG'JX cysiers
received d.o.y, and served up j*, every style
ul all hour- of the day and night a*
LA 'IP’S*LUNCH ID »USE.
Theatre Block Uunimm str>.*et
CAUTION
TO PURCHASERS OF
EUREKA WHISKEY.
IT HAS COME T<» THE K\*OW.,LDGE OF THE
tlur varions parties are putting tip
whisk-y. in irni*Hti-*t. puc-ave-. made fa San Francisco
and branding it “Eureka Whiskey.”
uv f-a lion dealers in the interior against purchasing
any or the.s • imitations lor the genuine imported urn •>
The genuine
“EUREKA WHISKEY
Is imported in Barre s and Half Barrels, and ages are
branded on onq hem!. “Eureka hiskey. U4fi. U m
Newell t’o.” with u copy-right attached, and on the
other head, **T D T ”
To any one who has purchased Ihe Genuine Eureka
U hiskey tf»i-» caution is unnecessary, as liter caunot be
deceived by imltalions.
\VM. NEWELL L CO ,
Pole Ageirs. DO Buttery,street.
San Franci«co. Sept. 1», 1858,
T?* The Genuine Eureka U'hiskey i* for sale bv all
the principal Liquor Hoitseudu San Francisc ». n273m
MAGIf KTO-E LECTRICI tYT
DR. BURNELL,
Electropathic Physician
Boom. No 2. ioitbiut o»hi Mo,ti;omk«v *,n
CALiruui* *T>iiTa. (or st.ik.; an F»i n , ;I „ ;0
XW'II-I. TKK».T, UPON TIIK PRINCIPLES OF
«»K"Op«lh/. a, prnrileed hi Kur.u.o and tho
wllh ll “P* f oII*:l»l aoccew, all diwuej <>r
inLriL^‘‘ rV ; ,l K‘"i' W " ecul: ‘ r and auch are
super* nd need rteramtement ..f ih Nerr. n« f„n-«i
? h ‘f k 's.WenUcal «Uli elmrlcitj) vir.: P-.mlv.is, Apo-
P w.. ! ’v umau ’‘ m ’ --;onil Dis-aw, Hro i
chu.». Tooth;,c' ». Dro|,.ey of Ihe limbs. White Swell,ne
FiJ r."• J , r no *r; t '* ; *- >■< u,-, *>**, ow-imc
Fiu, Hysteria, Headache. a-U, ~n, t h tree, Ft. VHua’
Dane-, Cmaamption. F,.re Thro-.1. A 1 o all Di.ea.ea
incident to the delicate orßanizaiion of woman—-in
le-uchorrehea. Fluor Ainu, or Whites, Prolat sus Uteri
or falling of the Womb. Obstructions or continued
flowing of the Menses, Weak Rick, general debility,
etc., with a great variety of diseases, too numerous u>
mention The above diseases ore all greatly altercated
or readily cured.
Consultations at ofß«*e gratoitons. Prescriptions
given whsa required. Charges moderate. n37-3a
MISCELLANEOUS.
Fall and Winter Stock.
J. M. CLARK A BKO,
A RE NOW RECEIVING AT. THE OLD STAND,
«>n Myers street, their iistml large and extensive
stock of goods for the Fall and Winter trade, which hat
been selected with great care, and at the I iweet market
prices. We are determined that no house In the up.
c«»a. try shall undersell us. We would r«‘*|w>ctfolly call
the attention of Miners, Farmer®. Hotel and Restaurant
Keepers, to the subjoin -d cats ogue.
STAPLE GROCERIES-
Green Tkas— Curious Voting Hys »n. cx»ra quality Old
Hvson. An-et Imperial and Cun P-.*der
Black Teas— Assorted to suit HI taste.-, .i.d at price*
varying according to quality.
CSttxk —Best O d b«v. J.ivn. Kioaud < «*st-i Klca, hy vl. e
«rk. or lb. Rove ’# Sin Fran. Fresh Eround,
1 lb pek? , also OroviTle do do.
SroAR —Crushed and Powdered, In bbto . ‘jbbli.boxes,
and by ihe lb.. Sun. Fran. Yellow Refine.! <: o f,
fee S 'aar. N 0 Brow u (Irani at ed, Calcutta or
China N > 1.
Stare—Final Hr.stbr-., Fan Fran Sugar House or Golden
Syrup, Viy(the b’d. or kegs of 5, F and lu gallons
each, als > by the gal.or..
PRO VISIONS-
Chile
Beans, Cal white,
and red.
rv.l. Smoked Peef,
Rutter. Cal fresh, in rolls
ai d tins.
“ C shen. in fl-kins* kgs
Mnckeral. No 1 Sc 2. in
and X hb l B n,;rf K »*‘tS.
C. dfi-h, extra fine, >
Ros on drd He hug, in tins
and by the lb.
Holland salt Herring in kgs
Ciarkerf. soda, sugar. pic
picand ship b end
Corn Meal and Com Starch,
Tapioca * Sag-», extra qual.
Hominy, coarse and fi
Salmon.
Mcc-ironi and Vermicelli*
Italian ft French,
Carolina. China or Manilla
K Ice.
Split Teas & Pearl R* r >y
Farina. Oatmeal and Arrow
Root,
Cal. Flour. No 1. E ft «i ern
Hnxall and Cal lego.
Ruck wheal Flour, ext fine,
Cal & eastesn Chw?e. No 1
Pork, in bbl* ft hbU. *
8 F Corned Reef, extra,
Hama, Oregon X eastern,
I’acon *• •*
bard, in 5 A 10 lb I ns. or by
the p<>und,
pnkled and smoked ; etc . etc,
FRUITS- ETC
and X
Andes, dried, in X
hb’s. or by the lb.
*• in cans and bottles.
Poaches, *•
Peaches, drie , by the box
or lb.
Pit- Emits, asstd,in cases or
by by the boit*e.
Oanberriaa, * trnwher; ies.
Raspberries. Gooseberries.
Pine Apples and Pears,
fresh and pres- rved.
Citron,dried and prefersed
Zmte I’lirranls,
I French Prunes, by the box
I or lb,
I ik preserved Peaches, in
[ glassi irs.
i Jnm« and Jellies, all kinds,
| in Hus,
Malaga Layer Raisins in
I J 4.3a and whole boxer,
j 1 reuch Tomatoes, extra, la
I tins.
SPICES BTC.
Allspice, whole < r grou d
Carrie Powder, Indie,
Cayenne Pepper,
Ci vis, whole or gr« un 1.
Cinnamon ft G i.iger, *•
Plk & (’bile Pepper, k »
Cre»rn Tartar.
ocolnte A: prprd I’ocoa,
English.
'*ace nod Nutmeg*.
I Hive I ill. by case or hot,
L.unon & Raspberry Syrup
Worcestershire and other
K’ig’i«»h Baines,
Super Curb S da, in b ilk or
bottle*.
Irish Hops, in X- 1 lb I •. Thy re ft Majoram,
iwpi'i.. I Proton & Xemll’sKeiwln*
Mustard, Cd, French and | Yeast Powders.
PCKLES AND PRESERVED MEATS
Anchovies,
French Capers,
Tomato Ketchup in bottlca
or keg*.
Green Cram, in c: ns
Pens
Cal Pick es, in kegs or jars,
English mixed * k in “
Olives, French ft Spnnith.
Clan.s ft L haters. in cans,
Turkey ft Chick**'S “
Oysters, various bran*.
Pepper Fnure. hr c* or bot
Sardines, \ ft J bxs.
PureCid‘-r Vinegar, in kg«
and bbls.
OILS, PAINTS- C
ES CAND
Oil. Sperm, China, Nut ft
Lard,
•* Polled Linseed,
*• Unboiled * k
“ Pin
Best At a* tic White Lead,
in 25 ft 50 lb kegs,
Ohio Dust, for painting
3LORS- VAR.VISH
LIS ETC.
roofs,
Spe m Candles in bxi and
cartoon*,
Patent and chom’l Candle-,
in bxs and cartoon.*,
Adamantine do. various
brands.
Alcohol ft Ca-v phene,
HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES ETC
Brooms, Cal ft on terns I 1 pm John*, a*so’t HzI*, 1 *,
Mr om V\ lii-k.s. j ?t'»ne Jar* and /’hums,
B ricking, Scr:.hhii g and | Indigo and K.g Blue,
Dusting Prushe
P ickel- and Pails,
Market ft Ln Fhoi pitu
Bask els,
.Metallic Wash lioanlr,
Rlarking for Stoves,
Bread ft Mincing Hew la,
Putter Ladles ft Prints,
B.vh Bricks,
Ciothes Pins and Lines,
Cans fur oils or syrups.
.Mops. Matches ft Mincing
Kn ves,
P Mat • Mashers 4- Rolling
1 Pit p,
j Cj a ile, Kngliah and Hill’s
I Fa »ii y Simp.
I Colgate’s ft Kirgsland’t
| rm i v March,
j •*• al Soda.
j t' t.shing Fluid, in «|t boU,
i . es, iron ft tins*,
SUNDRIES.
I < ‘ordat e. all sizes,
Wheelbarrows,
PI cks anil Sh'*aves.
Nails. cu: and wro’t. aU -
Wrndmv (Cass ft Putty,
I aiing Wire ft Rope,
Miners’Supplies on hand constantly.
Our of !'art I ware and Cutlery. Glass ami *'rock
er van rc. Wines, Liquor* and Sirup*, will aim hr found
to he ni 's: a mpieie. California Produce :«|«o kept on
t and at all limes We feel satisfied that there is no
house in the up-C’nnitry poeaeamng u ore superior ad
unlaces and faciliiies I r giving entire sali-fnct'on W>
customers !*rul patrons. O.sr prices shall a f all times be
8 low jir the lowest, and as uniform.
ICy* Goods delivered promptly, free of eharga. §25
TURNER BROTHERS,
ATarnifacturers of
TTRNKR’S GINGER VVTNE, S\RUPS. CORDIALS
PITTEKB, ftc ,
At New York. Buflaio, N. Y., and Francisc o, 1 *al.
CIAUTION TO THE PUBLIC —THE REPUTATION
J awarded to TURNER S GINGER WINK, and the
unheard of popularity it h s received, ha* he* n the
means of putting into the market many spuriousartick s
BEWARE OF THESE MASK C' )ITNTEKFKITEKB.
45“ We therefore caution nil consnmer* ofOTNGKR
WINE to exainino ih* label, a* none is genuine save
such a* have our {sirtraita in >1 circle on i *te» 1 plate
!«'»d surrounded by the 'nse/i; lion— TU. NKK'S GIN
GER WINE, prepared h> Tl UNER ROTHKRS. New
York. DutTa oN. Y.. and Sun Pr ncisco, i'nl.” uu‘*o
TURNER’S
U N R I V A L LED V E G E T A HUE BITTI
r ITHEBE RiTTERS. MANUFACTURH FROM
3 Choi rest medicinal root,*, harks and l»erbs, by
M R RJI 'THEKB, are warranted to be the hot 1
use on the Pacific coast, and" can b_* tik n with |
safety by pers >ns of all ages and con litiois;as a ci
fever and ague,
K utulcncy. Dyspepsia. Costivein-*9. or
Heaviness Ger.en.l D.-bi ity, Mausen and Hem
Irregularity of the* Digestive Organs,
Nervous Pros ration, Neunlgia.
Rhi umalic / flections and
most of the ills that
t\ **h is heir to.
Turner’s
Vegetable Bitters will be foo-.d bv all, not only
rativc. bu» al*o tin*
BEST PR EVEN TIT I \’ E EVER INTRODUCED
CALIFORM \.
This article will abide all chemical lest* as to its]
vegetable properties, and at the same time it id gin
[ee.l to lean Abcr dive of 1 onic,.superior in ever
ticular to rill Bitters that have been In use in Calif
ml the mu nn far Hirers challenge proof to the cm
and. \k itb perfect confidence as lo its purely veg<
and medicinal properties.
TURNER PR iTfIERS. Manufacturer
au2o-8m .5f irkol ?-lr(rel San Franci;
colton & McDermott
LFormcrly Randall it McDermott,]
May still re found at their i
building, Montgomery street, where the;
cue of the larges! and best assortments of
Drug* hi d Medicines,
Perfumeries. Paint.-. Oils.
Uamphcnc. ftc, ftc.
To be found north of San Francisco, which they c
will sell lower than any ether house In the town,
are constantly receiving goods from below, and w
every article they sell to be pure and genuine. T
from ihe country are respectfully invited to gj Vl
call. We are agents for the following articles ;
Bud’s.Sands’.and Townsenu’s Sarsaparilla.
' : uy soft's Yellow Dock and Barsaparill:i t
Jayne’s Medicines,
Perry Davis’ Pain-Killer.
Wistar’s Balsam ol Wild Cherry,
Ayers Cherry Peci(/r*l,
O-goofF* India Cholagogue,
Burnett’s Cot I Aver Oil,
do Kaleslon.
,’ v « *re enn’>lHd to that a11..r repratn)
niiriMjtt » (xii)p.ton (iris hern [.rono.inci*.! the •aft
m..ft certain remedy fertile cure of the Khu.s T
den.lr.i.i ur Poiron 'ink of this country. If n
removes the efTecl |.r.Hl.ic.-d hy Ihe poison, hu
»ClB us a preventive when applied in
_ Vv. 11. K.U.H k .;()
“ Ooiiernl \cm!s for Oallfoi
Storage ! Storage!
Sir., 1 , » TO ST>RE ANY AMi IKS
Komerr • r KIUC -' 'V," ,V "•‘-I'rr.of o.l, Min. . n
gompr -irro;.'..-iween 11.in10.... and i„ , c „l„ sir.e
• t.-r^e 1 ’ 11 * -K ■' t ‘ ADTANCSIM made oil m
"roville. Anu'ust i.th. IBJS. C ’ **'
NEW BAKERY.
IlnntoonSt,.adjoinin(f Theatre llloc
W D^ aK I . KEEP CONSTANTLY ON - ha
•»*..No B.itfer Craekere.
•apply SalrKin, and Knmiliee with Nmn. ui
lleer. on rensonni.le terms.
A snare of the public patronage is solicited.
Ooville. M.ySd. ° '' AMP ' ~rc
Dissolution Notice.
1\ t otice isnr.REuY given, to ail wit
/iT 1hi ; 15,0 e.ot„er,;.i P h; r ,* of ,
l.t.n? between tile umi^rs.^nerl, .u! ‘
cjnnr.s Minin, Cnmn/nV i’s ?
company. “ CO “" nt of u >« members
JOHN BaiOG?
G W. PEEBCO
JASI. MACLK
J WELSH,
per JAS I MmI.KA
Ororille, October Pth, 1A56. 4t 1 BOOTH ’

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