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BUTTE RECORD.
teif* The Butte Record says that a quartz
'company there took out eight hundred pounds
‘ofgold lin three days of last week. Pardon
'us, but, really ?— Trinity Journal.
Nevertheless, notwithstanding your pardon
able incredulity, our statement is no exonera
tion of fact. This is the -'frozen troth ”
A Poet Dead.— Mr. Edward Pollock, the
poet, died suddenly in San Francisco on Mon
day evening last. Mr. Pollock was a man
of much literary ability, and the author of
some of the sweetest poems ever penned in
California. His funeral was largely attended ;
the California Pioneers forming a prominent
feature of the cortege.
Ax Attempt on Public Opinion.— Post
master Weller of Son Francisco has caused a
card to be published vindicating himself from
charges which he has reason to believe will be
brought against him by Senhtbr Broderick.
“The w icked flee when no man pnrsuelh.”
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Clii*istmas Eve !
GRAND BALL 1 !
ai hr. undersigned invites the citi
irh«< f Dutta Count/, and the public at large. io
Mt.-nda HALL to be given at KOTIIHOCK':?
HA SCII, on
Vritfay Evening, December 2-lth
ih commemoration of Christmas Eve. Further fnrita -
lion in deemed unnecessary.
GEORGE ROTH .OCR, Proprietor.
New Year’s Ball.
A GENERAL IVITATIOA i. «xt.nl.4
to the dance (ruin* p iblic to attend the BALI,
lobe Kiven at the Wyandotte Kichanee on
FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 241 h, in
commemoration of New Year’s Kre.
J. SNOW, Proprietor.
Christmas Ball!
—at rue
PRAIKIK HOUSE.
The dubacriberri. having become proprietors of the
Prairie House, will give a Grand Hall
Ctirl«tnia» Eve December 'Hlhi
te which they invite the attendance of the citizens ot
Tutt© County gen rally.
, N H —The eirtefion of this hall is under the imme
diate supervision <rf Mrs. Homhrook Kverv prepara
tion has made to render this the most brilliant
affair of the reason
oTO-td DAVIS i SHANNON.‘Proprietor..
New Year’s Ball.
A
A grand ball in COM MEMO rat I N
o! the New Year -* birth, will b- held nt the Gar
den Ranch, on Friday EVe* ItSer, De*am
31*t.
L PAH FLETT, Jr:,
J F. REED.
General .Managers.
Grape Vines for Sale.
A GRICULTCEISTS AN??OTHERS ARE INFORMED
jfm. that the subscriber has for Sale, at hit Ranch, on
Dry Creek, Butte County,
55.A00 €*i « r i itoi«
wf the best qualities, which he will dispose of on the
most reasonable terms.
GEORGE ROTHHOCK.
Dry Creek. December 18, 1858 diStf
Notice.
rrHE PARTNERSHIP heretofore ealslsting
M between the undersigned, under the name and
style of H. H. Mliren A Co. wag dissolved on the Ist day
V)f Itecernber, 18.j8, by. mutual consent. B. H, Hliven
wl II still continue thu l<u.«iiu-»s. pay all debts agnin-t
the firm, aud collect all debts due the same,
B. P, I'Ll VEX,
JOHN W. FIELDING.
Charley’s Ranch, D£c. 1, I8.*»8. did ui
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL.
(Formerly the IlauV) House.>
Corner of I) and Third tAr'eSYs,
MarysviHey Cnl.
Aporit STORY BRICK StlßDixa,
with a front of une hundred and sixty feet, with
Verandah's onciicli.ig the same, parallel With each story
The shore House is situated In the centre of the busr
n««s |K»rtion of the city, and was built sad furnished
for a first daft* Hotel, and a* such has no superioi on
the Pacific coast.
There are no dark rooms or corral in the building.—
All the rooms are light and we II ventilated.
Having recently purchased the abo\ e property. 1 have
trade extensive improvements iu the building, and re
furnished the saurs iu a superior style. lam now ens
bled to offer the public a first class Hotel, at prices that
will suit lie timer
The entire establ shment will be under my personal
supervision, having determined not to rout any portion
of the premises
The House wdl be kept open at all hours, and rooms
reserved for the travelling public arriving by the
steamers and coaches:
PRICES:
Single Meals 50 c s
Hoard per week $7 00
Hoard and lodging (according to mom) . |\o 12.15
lAMlging per night “ 50c. 75c, $1
418 ml LEE McGOWN. Proprietor.
J. » FITCH,. H. B. IX'Nt
PITCH &> HUNT,
WHOLESALE AX'D RETAIL
LIQUOR STORE.
HI XTOOX STREET, OROVILLK.
THEY WILL KEEP CC
12 stantly on hand a go id assortment c»f R'U
nU I.Ul'dliB. HYKH'S. CIGARS, kc. All
will receive prompt attention.
Oroville, lire. 14, 185 H. dl6-if
TOYS! TOYS! TOYS!
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Now Stock, of Toys
A.ND
Fancy floods. Baskets Kc.
JUST RECEIVED, and row opened. Every
body who wants io huv Le m iful Presents, at the
lowe«t possible prices, should not fail to vigil
MRS. SILVER.
Monigtuncry street, near Ohio Stable.
N H.—A Splendid assortment of Bonnets. Head
Dresaes, and Ribbons. dl^ral
Taite Notice.
THE ISDFRSIGNKD, Trading and doing
business under the firm and style of If f Jeno ioga
A Co., have this day. by mutual consent, dissolved co
partnership. All persons having claims against the
soncern. will present them at our place oi business.
‘Jennings Landing."
II V. JENNINGS,
H C. HUNTINGTON
T W. SEELY
Jennings' Landinr, Dec. 13tb. 1858. 419w4
Christmas and New Year Presents
AT
Smith’s Jewelry Store !
OROVIZiIiB.
JuM received a Coe lot of
WATCHES & JEWELRY,
EXPRESSLY FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Consisting in part of fine Cold and Silver W atches,
Gold Chains. Lockets, 1 him Me-. 6.;s Gold Bell ana Fob
Backless Cnmeo, Quartz. Mosaic, and Miniature Pins.
Ear King* amt Fmfer Rings in great variely, Gobi
Armlets for ioluib, UuM Pens, lluitou-*. Studs.
Gold and Bet Creases and everything usually kept in
this ho*-—All of which will be sold low *>f Cash.
HE" W*lch« and decks Repair ml by U»e most
skilful workmen.
All kinds of Jewelry mane to order.
GEO E. SMITH
Orovillr, December 13th, dlBml
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Masonic Installation of Officers,
Notice is hereby given that the officers of Oroville O*
number 103, and of Table slouutain number 124. of
Free and Accepted Masons, will be ffitdlcly !ns'*l!ed, on
Monday, the27th day of December, 1838, at 2o'clock,
P. M. t at the Court House. All brelhryr and the public
generally, are invited to attend. The members ot the
fraternity are requested to convene at i£uauic Hall on
that day, at 1 o'clock P. M. Ily order’of the joint com
mittee of arrangements.
Franklin JR. A.Chapter \o.TiO, Willeotrslfe
at Masonic llall, at a regular meeting, on Friday eve
ning. December 241 h, A. D. 185 S.
The members are requested to be punctual in attend
ance. as business will transacted.
K. C. GRID LEV, fl.*P
LW TIFFANY.Sey
Orovllle Lodge, P. Sl A. M.
The Members of Ororille Lodge. Number 103, F. y
A. M . are requested to meet «t their Hall, December
25th, at 7 o'clock PM.
A punctual atteudonce is requested, as this is the
regular meeting for the election of officers for the
easting year. By order of the W. M.
W H All'M^tltoS T G,'Sec‘y P. T
AfUkfibnS Sir Knights!
The broville Con.raandery of Knights Templars U. D.
will assemble at Masonic Hall, on the second and fourth
Wednesday of each month. Sir Knights from abroad
are invited to attend whenever convenient.
f *R C. GEIDLCY, G. C-
L. W. ftFFAsr. Recerder.
County Treasurer’s Office, 1
Oeovillk. l»ec. 11, lt<sB. J
NOTICE.—The holders of Butte County Warrants
registered on the General County Fund from the sth to
the oth of of February. 1858, and ail Warrants register
ed on the Ch of February, 1868, on the Indiyeut Sick
Fund, are hereby notified to present the same for
pa} mental the office of the und*r®ighed as tho inter
est will be s opptd after Hhft dale.
wm.lattimoue,
Treasurer Butte Co.
I. O. OF O. P.
Orovllle Lodge, No. 59,Indepen
dent Order ot Odd Follows, meet every
MONDAY Evening, in the Hull over
Colton & McDermott's Drug Store. Brothers of the
Order are respectfully invited to attend.
J.C WKKT4BArGMF.It, N.G | E. DUNHAM Sec
DAVID WEAVER, V. G . J G. K. SMITH, T*
J 11. MALSON.P. Sec. ’
I*4,
TABLE MOUNTAIN LODGE No.
P. A A. 31.
THE STATED COMMUNICATIONS of Ta-
IMe Mountain Lodge. No. 124, F. & A M , are
• held at their Hall in Ororille, on the Even
ings of the first Tuesday of each month.
CHA’S. F. LOTT, W M.
J. 11. Marplk, Sae’y. Je2Sidiffctn
OKO TELEGRAPH line.
OaoviLLr. August IG. 1858.
On and after this date the rates of tariff for dispatches
over this line have been reduced.
B G. STOCKTON, Sec y,
UV. S. c. vOl \ o,lrluh adver
tirfenfent kpfffearaln knottierco’ibm'u,is the pioneer adver
tising Pbyfcfcuut in th‘fs Slate, has’cured more patients
Ilian any other. Attention is ca'lled to tiis advertise
ment.
OROVILLE LODaB NO. 100, F. A;H.
JA The stated co.niuunications of Oroville L<»dge
No. of F. A. M., lire held on the last Sut
' ' urday of eoh month, at the .Masonic Hal I, over
Colton k McDei ».oil’s Drug Stole.
D. A. BROWN, IV. M.
A*. D. Rkis, Sec'y.
Dr. John \V. A fc»Szan\4t.— 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
t’.e following diseases—Nervousness or ?pinal iffectiun.
Palpitation of the hea;t. sick head ache. Dyspepsia, ina
bility, Lowness of Spirits. Loss of Memory, Fatigue or
slight exertion, loss of muscular power, a verson to so
ciety. pain in the back anti head, debility and general
weakness, with all ailments of a serious nature. Doc».
tor Vanrandt can be consulted at his office, foot of *’lay
street, Ban Francisco, or by letter, slating «ymp.oms in
detail.
Physical and Meutnl Drhillty«
In no portion of the Unite! .Stales are so many cX
nmpl ■ of Physical and Men'll decay to be met with as
in California, where dissipation runs riot. The true rea
son, it seems to us, lays in the persona’ neglect of health
koon in our climate becomes a confirmed habit.
Nothing i% so dangerous, end with a view of checking
this great’e'd!’, wonld call especial attention to the
advertisement of Dr. I, 1. in another column
of this paper Unlike the raaj *niv of advertising phy
sicians—who are generally empiiics—Dr. Cznpkny i-a
Semhnun of rare scientific and umdicalattainments, hav
tug held the diatl gabbed posin n of Chief Surgeon in
the Hungarian army, and possesses the necessary requi
sites foi Itie successful pf-oseclitiMi of ids
To his care and advfce we \VouTclVApecWJ.y commend aft
sutler lug from sexual or private disease-, which branch
of medicine he has made his exclusive practice, feeling
assured that in all such complaints, whether arising from
inf-ction, self abuse, or toss «»f virility, he can guaran
tee a speedy ami permanent cu-e The many testimonials
he ha* received, particularly of the astonishing c res he
has effected in restoring systems almost entirely wrecked - ,
from the p-tinful effects ot Physical and Mental debility,
•peaks volumes of his skill, and we cheerfully recoora
mend him to the public as a skillful physician, in whom
every confl ieuce can be placed. ocD-tf
Our readers are referred to the advertisement of |K»c
tor JOHN IV. VANZ \NDT, City and County Fhysi
cian of San Francisco. In 1852, and originally from the
great school of medicine, the Now Voik Hospital, who
is now devotii g his lime and .-indy to the treatment of
all chronic disea-es,and especial} the trouhleslwdooglng
to the delicate organs of the I've and Ear ; deafness is
dreadfully annoying. Heretofore all difficulties in bear
ing have been neglected, until entire and tot*l loss of
that necessary sense has sped, when it is in most cases.
»ilhin the pale of successful medication. The press i»
the only medium through which the surgeon can be
successfully known, and we wi h Dr. Van Zandt well,
for his legitimacy is beyond question.
Oct 23 tf
Grape Vines for Sale !
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS* THE PUBLIC
X that he has for sale at his Garden, near Smith 4c
Sparks' quartz mill,
IO.OOh ROOTED GR APE VINES.
AND
20,000 Cuttings !!
which he will dispose of on the most reasonable terms
Dec. 11, '6B. 4t 11. 11. 4.MITU.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
CORNER BtSII, BATTERY AND MARKET STREETS
SAN FRANCISCO.
This well know> first class and ckn
tral Hotel having been rec°nliy improve*!, rcfl.led,
and thoroughly renovated, is nuv open for the recep
tion «d guests.
Kvemhh gin its feveral departineuls u in complete
order and condition for the comfort and convenience of
all who may be pleased to bestow their i»arx» nage.
Every tflbrl will be exerted to render the “Oriental'
the first hotel on the Pacific coast.
A POLLARD, Proprietor.
Dec-1, 13.58.
Cable Saloon
THR UNDERSIGNED, AN D WELL KNOWN CEN
tlem m of Ororille. who was always ready to adapt
himself in suth a emitter as heat Seett! thfc interests
of the people of Oroviille Bus been induced hV a large
number of friends to cater for their Crea ure cdmiorld
in a manner more befitting in the turn of the subscriber,
lie therefore presents himself in a new character, si
the corner of Montgomery and Lincoln street-*, with a
fnll and choice assor ment of Liquors, where his friends
may.fiud him • illiiig to dispense all kind* of choicfe
drinks fo r the small cen-idr-ration of cents per
drink. O-LUNCH EVERY DAY
n 27 - |ra JOHN DAVIS.
Oysters! Oystexs!
Oct. 16.
fresh OREGON OYSTERS
received daily, and served up in every style
stall hours of the day and night, at
LAMP'S* LUNCH HOUSE.
Theatre Block, Huntoon street
M. P. Brown,
96 Battery Street, Son Francisco, Cal.(
IMPORTER A\l> UHOLESALEDEIIp
(.11 in BEtDj AMU INDIAN UOODS of nil to.Us,
Guo*. Pistols, Percusaum Cape. Table and Pocket Cut
lery. Plated Ware. Rrush»*s. Combs, ami * general vari
ety* of Fancy GixrtH. oc'J-3m
Borax, cream tartar, tartaric acid
For sale by COLTON A McDERMOTT.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Fall and Winter Stock,
J. JM. CLARK & BHO,
Are now receiving at, the old stand,
on Myers street, their usual large and extensive
slock of goods for the Fall and Winter trade, which ha*
been selected with great rare, and at liujl, we*t market
prices. We are determined that no house in the up
cou 1 try shall undersell us. We would respectfully cab
the attention of Miners. Farmers, Hotel and Restaurant
Keepers, to the subjoinedcatalocue.
STAPLE GROCERIES*
dßirslKis—Curion* Voting Hy»on. extra quality Old
Hvson, finest.lmperial and Gun Powder
Duck Tias—Assorted to suit all tastes, and ul prices
varying according to quality.
CSrrtc—Pes*. O d Cot. Java. Rio and Costa Rica, by the
srk. or lb. Bo vet’s San Fran. Fresh Ground.
1 lb peks., also Oroville dodo.
Sooit-Onuhed ami Powdered, in Mils , ‘.bbls ,b xce,
rnd by ihe lb., San. Frau. Yellow Refine I Cof
fee Miear. N 0 Brown Granlated, Calcutta or
China No 1.
Sraur—F-nst Boston,San Fran Sugar House or Golden
, by the hbl. or kegs of 5. 8 and 10 gallon*
each, also by the gallon.
PROVISIONS
Beam. Cal white, CViile
and r»-d #
Cal. £moked Beef,
Butters Cal fresh, in rolls
and tins.
“ C«*shen. in firkins A kgs
Mackeral. No 1 it 2, in X
and X hbl* and Kilts.
Codfish, extra fine.
Bosun drd Herring, in tins
and by the lb.
Holland salt Herring in kca
Crackers, soda, suiiar, pic
pic and ship h ead
Corn Meal and Corn Starch,
Tapioca 4c Sago,extra qual.
Hominy, and flue,
Salmon, pickled and smoked ; etc..etc,
FRUITS- ETC
Armies, dried, in % and %
bbts, or by the lb.
“ in cans.and bottles.
Peaches, * 4 *•
Peaches, drie , by the box
or lb.
Macaroni and Vermicelli*
Italian & French,
Carolina, China or Manilla
.R ice.
Split Peas k Pearl Bar'ey,
Farina. Oatmeal aud Arrow
Cal. Flour. No 1, Eastern
Haxal and Gal lego.
Buckwheat Flour, ext fine.
Cal Jk enstasn Cheese, No 1,
Pork, in hbl* A % bbls.
S F Corned Beef, extra,
Han s, Oregon & eastern.
Bacon •* “
Lard, in 5 Sc 10 lb tins, or by
the pound.
Citron, dried and preserved
Zanle ' arrant*,
French Prunes, by the box
or lb,
“ preserved Peaches, in
. , glass jars.
Pie Spirit*, asstd, in coses or j Jam-' ami Jellies, all kinds.
by by ( ihe bottle.
Onmbeirics, 'tmwbenies.
Raspberr'ins. Gooseberries. I
Pine,. Apples and Pears,
fresh and preserved. |
SPICES
, Allspice, whole <»r ground
Currie Powder, India,
Uayepne Pepper,
Cloves, whole or ground.
Cinnamon A Ginger, *•
Blk & Chile Pepper, “
Cre»:n Tartar,
Chocolate A. prord Cocoa,
in tins,
Malaga Layer Raisins, in
and whole boxes,
1 reuch Tomatoes, extra, in
tins,
ETC.
English,
Mace and Nutmegs.
Olive < dl, by case or bm.
Lemon 4: Raspberry Syrup
Worcestershire anil olhwr
English Sauaes,
Super Carb S da, in b ilk or
bottle**.
Irish Hop*, in j*. % k 1 lb ) ?ag»*. Thyme Sc Mnjoram
papers, j Preston & MernlPs geifuine
Mustard, Cal, French and | Yeast Powders.
PCELES AND PBESERVED MEATS
Anchovies,
French Capers,
Tomato Ketchup in bottled
or keg*.
Green Corn, in cun* 1 ,
“ Pens
Cal Pick es. in kegs or jars,
English mixed *‘ in ■*
Olives, French & Spanish
Clams & Lobsters, in cans.
Turkey & Chickens “
Oyster?, various brans.
Pepper Sauce, by cs or bot
Sardines, * & i bxs.
Pure Cider Vinegar, in kg*
and bbls.
OILS*
PAINTS- COLORS. VARNISH
ES CANDLES ETC.
Oil. Sperm, China, Nut 4:
Lard,
“ Boiled Linseed,
“ Unboiled ,4
*• Pine
Best Atlantic While Lead,
in 25 4: 50 lb kegs,
C/hio Dust, for painting
roofs,
Spe in Candles in bxs and
cartoons.
Patent and chcm’l Candles,
in bxs and cartoons,
Adamantine do, various
brand*.
Alcohol 4: Cam phene,
HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES. ETC
Brooms. Cal & casters
Broom WhUlts,
Tllackin/, Scrubbing and
Du'ling Brushes,
Bucket* ami,Palls,
Market Si La chopping
Baskets,
Metallic Wash Boards,
Blacking for Stoves,
Bread Sc Mincing Bowls,
Butler Ladles Sc Prints,
Bath Bricks,
Ck es Pins and Lines,
Cans for oils or syrups.
i asso’t sizes.
Stone Jar's and ChuiW,
Indigo and Fife Blue,
Mops. Matches 4c Mincing
Knives’,
Potato .Mashers Rolling
Pins,
Ces ile. English and Hill’s
Family Soap.
Colgate's 4c Kings land's
Family Starch,
Shl Soda,
V' ashing Fluid, in qt bot*,
Sieves, iron 5c brass.
SUNDRIES.
Nails, cut and wro’t. all szs Cordage, all sizes,
Wrndow Gias* 4c Putty, Wheelbarrows,
Baling Wire Sc Rope, Blocks and Sheaves.
Miners’Supplies on hand constantly.
Our stork of Hardware and Cutlery, Glass and I’roc
er> ware. \Vmes, Liquor* ami Syrup*, will also be font
to be most complete. California Produce also kept (
hand at all times We feel satisfied that there is i
house in the up-country possessing n ore superior n
vantages and facilities lor giving entire satisfaction
customers »nd patrons. Our prices shall at ail times I
us low as the lowest, and as uniform.
C7* Goods delivered promptly, free of charge. 825
TURNER BROTHERS,
Manufacturers of
TTRNKR’d GINGER WINE. SIRUPS. CORDIALS,
BITTERS, Ac ,
At New York. Buffalo, N. V.. and Francisco,Cal.
Cl ACTION TO THE PUBLIC—THE BEPUTaTION
/ awarded to TURNER S GINGER WINE, and the
unheard of popularity it has received, ha* been the
means «f putting into the market many spurious articles.
BEWARE OF THESE BASE COUNTERFEITERS.
*if“We therefore caution all consumer* ofGINGER
WINE to examine the label, a* myie is genuine save
such as have our portraits in a circle on % *te«-l plate
and surrounded by the nsivu.lion—*TUh NER’S GIN
GER WINE, prepared by TURNER . R( >TH HHS. New
York. Duffa o N. Y.. and San Fr ncisco, Cal.” nu‘2o
TURNER’S
bSHtVAI.LEb VEGETABLE HITTER*
r.V ESE HITTERS. FROM THE
■ choicest medicinal root*, burns and herb*, by TUR
NER BROTHERS, are warranted t<> b« the best now in
use on the Pacific and can be taken with perfect
safety by person* of ail ages and conditions; us a cure for
( FfeVEU AND Ac.it,
r nlu'ency. Dyspepsia, ('ostiveness. or
Heaviness. Genera,l t Debility, Mansea and Headache.
Irregularity of the Digestive Organs,
Nervous Pros ration. Neuralgia,
Rheumatic Affection* and
biost ol tile ill* that
“esh L* heir to.
. TurUer’s
Vegetable Bitters will be I'ouvd !>v all, not only a cu
rative. but al*o the
BEST PREVESTITIVK EVER INTRODUCED IN
CALIFORNI \.
Thi* article will abide ail chemicrll lest* as to its purely
vegetable properties. and at the same dine it is guurran •
teed to be an Alierutive of lonic, superior in every par
ticular to mII Billers that hare been in use in California,
and (he manufacturers challenge proof to Ihe contrary,
and. with perfect confidence as to its purely vegetable
and medicinal properties.
TURNER BROTHERS. Manufacturers,
au‘2o-3m Market street San Francisco.
colton & McDermott
[Formerly Itamlall iV McDermott,]
n.AV STILL BE FOUND AT THEIR BRICK
building, Montgomery street, where they have
cue of the larges! and best assortments of
Drugs and Medicine*.
Pertumeries. Paint*. Oils.
Camphene, See. Ac.
To lie found north of San Francisco, which they can and
will sell lower than any other house in the town. They
are constantly receiving goods from below, and warrant
every article they sell to be pure and genuine. Traders
from the country arc respectfully invited to give us a
call. We are agents forthe following articles:
Bull’s.Sands’.aitd Townsend's Sarsaparilla,
Guy soil's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla,
Jayne’s Medicines.
Perry I>av|»’ Pain-Killer.
Wistar’s Balsam ol Wild Cherry,
Ayer s Cherry Pectoral,
Osgood’* India Cholagogne,
Burnell’s Co l Liver Oil,
do K&lesion.
We are enabled to state that alter repeated trials.
Burnell’s Kaleslon has been pronounced the safest and
most certain remedy forthe cure of the Rhus Toxico
dendron or Poison ‘»ak of this country. It n-douly
removes the effect produced by the poison, but also
acls as a preventive when applied in season.
W. H. KALB 4: CO.,
1*24-tf General Agents for California.
Storage ! Storage! !
■ AM PREPARED TO STORE ANY AMOUNT OF
■.Grain amt Produce, in my fire-proof building on Mont
gomery street, be«#H*n (Dmtoon and Lincoln streets.
O**" LIBERAL ADVANCES made on grain for
sto.age. C. SCRIHER.
Oru+ille. August 251 h. 1858.
NEW BAKEEV.
Hun toon St.. Adjoining Ttieatrfe Blobk.
VVTItEftK I KEEP CONSTANTLY ON hand Bread;
▼ w Pies and Cakes, alio Butter Crackers. \V ill also
supply Bi<l<H>ns and Families with Letribn Glffger and
Sarsapnanlla Beer, on reasonable terms.
A share of the public paironage is solicited.
G. LAMP, Prbpfielor.
Oroville. May 3d-
Dissolution Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. TO ALL WHOM IT
a. v may concern that the partnership heretofore ex
uding between the anderaigned. under tb« name of
"Bloomingdale Quartz Mining Company 5 * is tbi* day
dissolved by mutusrt consent of the members of said
company.
JOHN BRKW.
G W. PRESCOTT
JAS I. MACLEAN,
P. J WEI-SII.
per JAS I MACLEAN, atty
|H I B^TOTU
CroT.l> October *h. I*sB U
MISCELLANEOUS.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL,
AND
General Stage Office.
THIS FAVORITE HOTEL, FOR
merly situated on the c. r %r of Montgomery ami
Hontnon streets is now located at the corner if
Lino Inan-1 Montgomery streets iu the building *ormeriy
known as the While Hall
The SF. NICHOLAS has been provided with an en
'irel v new outfit of beds, bedding nrd other fixtures.and
in its table and all i’s appoint meat.-* is s-econd to no puo-
Uc hou-e in Northern California. To keep pace with the
limes, the prices have been set at the following low rates
Single Meals* 50cents,
Lodging per Night, 50 iV 75 cents.
FRANK JOHNSON, Proprietor,
•yN. It. —The office of the California Singe Com
pany is at the St. Nicholas, 14 ,j
F. J. BECKER.
GUNSMITH
AND STALER IM
Guns, Rifles and Pistols
POWDER, SHOT, LEAD, CAPS, ANI
Li n Trimmii.gs, Montgomery fine:, below ibe
Ohio Stable, or«' ill.*, Butte County.
tyr nk \V WORK tnadeioord r. aad repairing cxe
cuted in the neaU st marine r. nO-u*
orio ville
IROS AND BliiSS FOUNDRY!
AND -
MACHINE SHOP,
JAMES LOCIIEH, Proprietor.
W E ARE SOW
Tt> FURNISH
at the shortest notice,
STEAM ENGINES
QUARTZ MACHINERY,
Saw and Giist 31111 s Pumps
DERRICK IRONS.
CAR WHEELS,
HYDRA I LIC I’IPES AND NOZZLES,
ANil ALL OTHER KINDS OF
MACHINERY BUILT TO ORDER
OR REPAIRED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
UTA Iso. every dcscrlptian of Blackstnitbing done
on reasonable terms, n6*tf
WHAT CHEER HOUSE-,
.‘■’tin Francisco*
ai F yoi li ’F in gff NBSj? OF AN V. KI*D TO
transact, is it not important I hut, yoq.should en
deavor to get as near.iu possible to where business
of all kinds is qiiown to centre V
Do you want to patronize a house conducted on
strictly temperate principles?
Do you want to patronize an establishment favorably
known throughout California, Oregon, and all other
places, for its moderate charges, good and the be-t of
beds. togeG r wiih order, comfort.convenience,and su
perior nccn...inodation&?
Ii you desire all these, we advise you to go to Wood
worth's What Cheer House. s‘J and 91 Leidsdoifl
street. 119, Ul, Sarramenlo street.
This establishment is centrally located in the business
part of the city, and in the immediate vicinity of ibe
Steamship Co.’s offices, ami the United Stales Branch
Mint.
Board per Week. §5 50
per Day, 1 UO
Meals, ."HI
Lodging. 50 to 75
Single Rooms furnished complete, 75 cents per night
Yg Booms or Lodgings cun be had by the nighl or week,
with or without Board, to suit the c mvenience of all.
Tb.* bedsare fitted up in the very best style, with pat
ent French springs, and the best of curled hair mat
tresses, clean bedding, fee.
Superior Bathing accommodations ronnacted with
the h I use. Shower Baths Free «-/V.
Free passage iu the Omnibus to. and from the bpats -7-
Look to the name on the Omnibus fo avoid imposition.
By unremitting alleninm mid untiring efforts to fur
nish the greatest amount of comfort and convenience at
extremely low prices, the proprietor hopes to merit a 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 ire two Urge safes inlhe office.
There is an extensive Library and Reading Room, well
supplied with pa crs. periodicals, fee.
cf Travelers will please b* remember that there are
no runners commoted with this establishment THE
HOUSE IS OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Jel4-3m R B WOO WARD, Proprietor.
Emit Trees.
30.01 OPE AC II T REES.
50, 1 *OH Catawba Grape Vines
30.000 California Grape Vines
Also, Apple, Pear, Nectarine, Apricot, and China
Trees
All of the above are thrifty and of vigorous growth,
embracing the finest Varieties of Fruit adapted to this
climate and will be sold in large or small quantities at
the most reasonable rates. The China Tree, in this
climate, is unequalled for bo uty and rapid growth by
anv other ornamou;al Shale Tree. Terms Cash.
J. BIDWELL.
Chico. November 20, IS'S.ffitf
Golden Gate Restaurant!
Corner Montgomery and Hunloon streets, Oroville.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT, having been re
built since ihe fire, and lilted up in ih»* most
excellent mehm-rj is open to all its old
patrons and as many new ones as may see fit
to call. The ! ropriet<>r. having had his efforts duly ap
preciated while khebing iHe old establishment, flutters
himself that this fact alone will induce a continuance of
patronage by the public.
BOARD PER WEEK, $« OO
6 INGLE MEALS. 50
t'hickeb, Oyster and Clam Soups always qn hand, and
served up at short notice. Meals at all hours.
THE BAR—I do not say that my Liquors cost me
sx. eight or ten dollars per gAHcn, ut will say—just
give them a trial. S ABE?
t . Day and Night. .-£3
Thankful lor past favors, f respectfully solicits a con
tiriuiince of the same,
aug t JOHN DR AGIIL Proprietor.
Glorious News ! !
STO PYEH UNO RY AN DREAD! ORO
- RESTAURANT OPEN AGAIN!!
SIMON R. ROSENTHAL herewith in
foims tlie public and his friends, that
he dissolved partnership with. A. Micbiheau on the 7ib
of July, anti furthermore, desires to slate, that he has as
sociated with himself Mr. F. Uainmeniick,*recently of
Ibo United States Keolaurani,lor the re-ojien
mg the Oroville Restaurant on Montgomery St. between
Myers and Hun toon streets, where they both will be
happy to see their obi friends and customers.
Thankful for pa<l favors, ami promising u> do ample
justice to all. we bespeak lor ourselves the generous
patronage of the public.
BO\RD PER WEEK—IN ADVANCE, $G 00
SINGLE MEALS, 50
SIMON It. ROSENTH \L,
July Ibth.
John W. Tucker,
IMPORTER R OF AND WHOLESALE AND RE
jiil Dealer in Watches, Diamonds, shiver Wire, Jew
elry. and Silver-plated Ware. Quartz Work of all kinds
on hand. Watches repaired with care, and warranted.
No. 1 *4 5 Montgomery street,*a»» Francisco.
Unpersons in the Interior, desirous of purchasing ar
ticles of Jewelry, by forwarding a description, accom
panied by the cash, can obtain them, and depend on
their being of the best quality, and selected with care;
ami there is little doubt that this mode will prove as
satisfactory to the purchasers, as if the articles had been
selected under their own supervision oc-Vti
M AGNETO-E LECTRICITY.
DR. BURNELL,
Electropathic Physician
Room* No 2. southeast rn«xkr Montgomery and
CaLIPOUXIA STREETS, (CP STAIRS) SaN TradclSCO.
TREAT, UPON THE PRINCIPLES OF
▼ T Mag nopal hy. as practiced in Europe and the
Attgnttc Stales with* unparalleled success, all diseases of
the the Nervous and Muscular Sysleuas, and such as are
superinduced by derangement of th Nervi ms forces
(which is Identical with electricity) viz: Paralysis, Apo
plexy, Rheumatism, Catalepsy, spiul Disease, Bron
chitis, Toothache, Dropaey of the limbs. While dwelling
of Toinis. Fyuovitus, of the Eyes, Dyspeptic
Fits. Hysteria, Headache. A«thma, Chorea, St. Vitus’
Dauce, Consumption, £ore Throat. Also, ail Diseases
incident to ihe delicate • rganizatiou of woman—as
Leuchorrehea, Fluor Alifbs t*r V\ hiies, Prolausus Uteri
or falling of the Womb, Obstructions or continued
flawing ot the Meases, Weak Back, general debility,
etc., with a great variety of di-ease-*, too numerous to
mention The above diseases afe Mil greatly altercated
or readily cured.
Consultations at office gratuitous. 'Prescription*
given whsa required. Charge* or.->derale n 27 3m
MISCELLANEOUS.
P. & C. FARRELY,
7HOLESAT.E AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ORO
w
ceri*»s. Provision*. Win-g. and Liqu* rs. AU*. Por
ter, Ac Thmkfu' to «ur friends fur their past liberal
we rwiiecUulJy solicit a contlnuaucu of the same,
and flatu-r our?elv»rj» that wo can sell «s cheap, and give
as good satisfaction us any other store in ihe city.
Fire proof brick stor**,’Washingtun block. Myers Si ,
Oroville.
Good? delivered free of charge.
jelS
Roman’s Book Auction!
Salesroom—No. 114, Montgomery, Between ('aliforula
and Sacramento Streets SAN FRANCISCO.
4P« TH»N AND PRIVATE '•ALES CATALOGUE
Embracing Hiflorv, Biography, Exploration*.
Travel*, Adventure*. Religion. Theology. Bible* and
PraMT Books. Poetry. The Drama, Kiel ion. F.wtava,
Reiv I etlr* s. Arts and Science*. Dom» stic and Poiiiicnl
Economy, ill’islr ted «.itt Books nnd Annuls Nnimal
History. ALSO —Many New and Valuable Work? just
from the Pngs ’
rlSm-2
Select School.
MR. C. A. MEIGS A mSOr.VTIIERIRE
L. CUKTIS. intend opening a SELJ3C I SGIH»OL
In the public echool house. at Orovllie, to commence on
the flrgt Monday in October.
TEU M « ;
Fore muon English B’-ancbe* per month. s'< 00
For the following Branches extra per nionMi. ..2 *o
N-.turul Phil<«s>ph , Physiology. Historic* Geometry,
Trigonometry. Boi-tuv, Iniell* etna! Philosophy, Latin
Grammar Mlw CURTIS &i!l also give lessons on the
Piano and in Drawing. Advanced payments will be In
variably require
Oroville. net. 1858. 02-tf
Attention, Smokers!
11 T E CAM. THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
▼ v to our large amt well selec'ed sl«n-k of Segar.-, To
bacco. Snuff. Playing Curds. Pipes, Snuff and Matches,
which we can and will sell ns cheap as any house in
this state. Our Motto is. ‘-Quick sides and Small profits ”
Terms-(’ash. II 108 .V CO.
Montgomery Block, .Montgomery street.
jv23-tf
Lager Beer! Lager Beer!
CONR \D TEMPLES CITV BREWRY!
Wo are now prepared to majuifucture Lager
Beer o< a superior article—tin* material used
being conducive to health and of invigorating
quality. Hotel keepers and Saloons will he furnished
Call uu-i see us, and try our beverage.
C. TEMPEL
Oroville, Feb. Sth. 18VS.
Pea-Vine Ranch For Sale!
CH ANCE FOR A B \RGAIN J The valuable
property known as the PEAVINK RANCH, on
wjPilL the American Valley Hoad, about 20 miles above
Bid well, is offered FOB SALE. It is situated in a good
mining locality, and is an ex- elleut stand for a Hotel.
Possession given April Ist. 185'J.
Apply on the premises to
WHIPPLE A ALLEN.
Pea Vine. August 1858. If
United States Restaurant
RE OPENED.
THE undersigned beg to inform the
citizens of droviile and no community
generally, that they have again associated
ihem*e' v es in business, and recommei ced
on the site of their old stand, the UNITED STATE- 4
KETAL’RANT, which we ha*’e titled and, fitrniabed,in
the best manner possible, and which we. shall seek to
make f'gT' The Bkst Ealing Hmisoin Oroville!
To suit ourselves to the limes, we have fixed our pri
ces a? follows';
Board, per week, $ 8 00
Meal.
N. R.— We have well arranged LODGINGS collected
with our Hes'sumnt. WEISS 4: HAM dERNIOH.
Sept. 25th, IriSH.
WATCH! WATCH
i
HAVEJUST RECEIVED. DIRKOTfrom
Sail Francisco the largest stock of WATCH
ES AND JEWELRY ever brought to Oroville.
and it is well worth the attention of persons
wishing to purchase, to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere I hare everything uusually kept in this
business, in abundance, and am bound to sell at very
low figures.
Jewelrv of all kinds made to order Watches
repaired carefully and warranted
Rosenthal’s old stand. Don’t forget the name.
April i, 1857. GKO E. SMITH.
Tell it to to the People !
f|lH.\T GEORGE E. SMITH, HAS FULL-JEWEL
JH El) G< H D hunting Cased new Lever WAT' HKS.
warranted to keep good lime for one year, for only SAD
each.
September 10, 1858.
New Goods &, Fresh Stock
JUST ARRIVED AT CURL VS BRICK. SEGAR
Su r--. corner Montgomery and Myers streets.—
'CURLEY respectfully informs his friends «HJ the
public in general that he is now enabled to supply
them with itie choicest ass >rtnuntof
SEGAHS,. . ~
tod \ oco*,
Pipes’, and
GOODS GENERALLY IN
TITS I.INK OF BUSINESS.
And at such prices that will satisfy.the wholesale
merchant or relail smokers—that he ,‘-has the trap*-
properly set” in San Francisco to receive the choicest
assortment of Segurs and Tobacco that can be bought
for cash, on the arrival of every steamer. Give me ncall
and satisfy yourselves at CURLEY’S,
VVn-bingt'»n Block,cor. Montgomery nnd Myers
street. Oruv.lL*.
Assay Office & Refinery.
No. 10S Battery street, cor. Merchant, San Francisco.
ON AND AFTER THIRD OF MAY PROXIMO, v.
will receive deposits of Bullion for Assaying, n-fini n
and Coining. Until the Branch Mini give*'a preference
in payments to depositsof Refined Bullion over Unreflne 1
Bullion, (us is contemplated by a bill now before Con
gress i > mat effect.! we -hall pay ail depositors in United
States coin invariably in five days after a deposis is
made. <>ur charge for refining gold is Idcen'a per ounce,
and ’ j of one per cent, for coinage, (being 4 cents per
ounce less than .Mint charges Imparted bars will be
made as usual, nnd returns maite on thr same day on
which the deposit is made. Public patronage is respect
fully solicited, so far as may be consistent with the in
terest of the depositor, JUSSTII k HUNTER,
|ap23-3m2dpl
Merchant’s Hotel.
Marysville.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BECOME
T;;;1 associated in the managemen: of l|io above Fir-«l
ot
Class Hotel,respectfully solicit a -hare of public
patronage. SOLON PECK.
Til if GEO. W. STANTON;
Ice, Ice! Ice !! Ice!!!
PUKE AND CLEAR AS CRYSTAL.—THE UN
derslgued are again prepared to furnish the cili
£enaof OfoviHe wjth the very nest quality of ICE. on
be most reasonable u*rm£. A large supply constantly eon
hand. Orders left at our office on Miners’Alley, between
Myers and lluntoon streets, promptly attended to. We
have the most perfect facilities for supplying hotels,
saloons and fumilie i with any amount desired
May 3.1 J. T. DICKEY A CO.
Jabez Suwin,
Montgomery Street, South side, between Huntoon and
Lincoln streets, Oroville.
WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALER IN
Cho ; . Wines, Brandies, Cordials. Ales, P«»rt
ers, Fancy Liquors, Syrups, etc. The public
is informed that Mr. Snwin is the SOLE
AG ENT in Oroville, f.*r OAKLEY’S Celebrated Pre-
R.iuip CHAMPAGNE CtDER. .
%S“ COUNTRY TRADERS and others will flndil to
their advantage to call at the above establishment before
purchasing elsewhere. Sept. 10th.
New floods.
I|RS: «ELVEK HAS JUST RECEIVED
ivJI. a fresh assortment of fall goods consisting of Ben
netts. Hat' Bussells, Cape? and a general assortment of
Millinery an 1 Fancy articles. Also the Princess Royal
Bridal Skirt- - a new article, all of which will be sold at
extrcmelr low prices. Call and be convinced.
Montgomery street, next to the Ohio Stable,
Dissolution.
riIHE FIRM OF HEDGES &. HA If If ON
JL is this day dissolve*l oy limitation. Either parly
will use the name of the firm in liquidation.
CriA’S. 11. HEDGES,
M. W. HANNON.
Oroville 23. Oct. 1858.
New Store, New Goods.
W ANO CO.,—HUNTOON TWO
JL A doors below the Theatre building, OrofUto bare
just opi-ned the best assortment i»f
Groceries,
Provisions,
Liquors.
Dry Goods,
ClnAimt,
Boots,
Shoes,
and Uses,
Ever brought to thfe market, and which we will sell
at wholesale and resa*?!, cheap for cash, and no humbug.
The undersigned would nspecttully inform the peo
pie of * iruvdle and that will sell goods ol
all descriptions at Marysville Prices, and warrant every
thing sold ns represented. Traders and Packers will do
well to give us a call, a* we will save them the lime and
trouble of going farther below to make purchase*. Part
icular attention will aVwav* be given to the supply of
Groceries to families. hotels, miners, Ac,
tah% LANG A CO.
Fresh Oregon Oysters!
HA9DKERYICH A CO., OF THE UWl
led States Kentaura t. will serve fresh
Oyster* in srsry etvls day end night.
regon
oot 23
LEGAL NOTICES.
Constable’s Sale.
By virtue op a witri op attach.
ta-hment. ;s*ued out of the Ju>*ice Court of ■ .G.
Lincoln. a'lTh-tfse of t r ve Fence in and for <‘phir Town
ship. in the countv .of Bntte and State of California, to
me directed :»nd del;vered.commanding me toinake the
sum of one-h\injired nod eighty dollars (BV*O- meney
loaned, and fourteen dollars yS 14) cost* of suit, together
with accruing costs* of .suit on said writ, wherein Ah
Tim is plaintiff, am! Ah W 5 is defendant. I have levied
upon and will expose at Public Sale, to the highest hid
oer for ca-di. on the premise-, in the town «*f < >ro\ille.
county of Butte ami State aforesaid, on Saturday, the
8:h day January. A D-1559. at two o'clock P M. • f -a«d
day. all t>e right, title and interest of said Ah Wi in and
to the following de-cn Led property, to wit. One two
story f.aw house and lot. 11 by 50 more or less, situ
ated in China street. Oroville, opp«*site l.» Thy Chong A
Cos. amVadjoining Ilnng Yet & Stores ; Also one
cookipg stove. five pine Tables, together with ail and
singular the tenennM ts. hereditaments and appurte
nances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining.
Witness r.'.y hand this 17th dtv of Pechmber. A D
1858 tv . JERRY J CoLLINH.
d!3,Cw Constable.
'Constable’s Sale.
BY VIET' E OP A WRIT OF ATTACH.
mesL Lsue 1 out of the Justice's C »nrt ot (*. G.
-Lip:o n, a Ju-tice of the Peace in and for Opnir Town
ship. in the county of unite and State of Ca ifornia. to
n*e disec led an*V delivered .cotnwaudiic mo make
the sum of. one hundred and eighty doll rs (SIS’M mon
ey loaned. and fourteen dollars ( :4' costs of suit, to
gether with accruing costs *»f suit on said writ, wherein
Ah Ti is p'aintiff and Ah Wi is defendant. I have levied
upon and will ex >«se at public sale; to the highest hid
der for cash, on the premises, in the Town of <»rovil! .
county of butte and State aforevid. on SaturdKy the
Btli day of January. A. I) IS 9. at two o clock P M <.f
said day, all the right title and interest of the said Ah
Wi. in and to the following describe*! properly, to wit :
One two storv frame hou-e and lot 11 by 50 feet more or
less, situated on China street opposite t*> Thy Chung A
Co. and adjoining Hong Vet A Co's Flores ; Also, one
cooking Stove, fi e pine Tables, together with all and
singular the tenements hereditaments and apdurteuan
ces thereuto belonging or in an} wise a pertaining.
Witness my hand this 17th day of December. A D,
1858. JERRY J COLLINS
d!8 3w
Constable.
Notice.
4 LI, PKRSOXS HAVING CLAIM* AGAINST TIIF.
Estate of Richard Tobin, dec used. are hereby
required to present the feme to the undersigned at h it*
residence in Grot ille, county of Butte nnd Stale of Cali
forn i
within ten mouths from ti.b, the lt?th day of
December A. D. 1856,
JOHN
Oroville. December ISth, 1554.
SPEI.LVA.V, Ad n’r.
d!8ml
Justice’s Summons.
ITNITEI) STAT'S OF AMERICA —STATE OF
/ California, County of Hulle, ss. In Justice’s Court,
Opltir Township Ihe People of the Stale of Calif* rnia
to Ah Wi. tree ing ; V ull are hereby summoned to ap
pear before me. a t iny office in Ophir township, county
of Ituite, on the 11th day ol D.-cc-mber A. I) tHSS. null)
o'clock A Manswer unto,the complaint of Ah Ti,
who sues to yecovi r iln* s im of one hundred and eighty
dollars, allege.l to be *'ne trout you to him, for money
loaned, when jtujgiQgni will be taken against you for the
said amount. loguJier with co-ts and damages, if you
fail to appear, aijd answer To the -be/ IT or any C<»n
stable ot said County."'greeting. Make legal service and
due return hereof
Given under my hand this 3*l day of December .\. I>.
ISSB. i C. G. LINCOLN, Justiee of the Peace.
Doc i, ISorf.
Probate Notice.
CTATE o’/ CALIFORNIA, COI NTY (»F RI'TTE
Probate Court. In the matter of the Estate of J 8.
Williams, deceased. In pursuance ef an order made by
the Hon Thomas Well-, Judge of said Court at chain
Iters, on the 4th day of December, a d 1858, notice is
hereby given to all whom it may concern, to b.- and ap
pear before the said court on Monday the H»th day *»l
January, 1559, at the In-tir of in <> cbmk. A..M of that nay.
at the Court House at Oruvi le. in sai<l cou .ly, then and
there to show cau-e if any they have, why an order
should not be made fur the of the interest of the
said 4 S. VN illiams. deceased, in ami t«* the undivided
fourth interest of what is known as the Rancho Furwell,
situate*! on Chico creek in said con ty.
Witness my hand, and the seal of said
1 Court affixed, this the tenth day of D> cein
> ter, A. D. 1«58.
HAL
C. V.
M. II D \RRACfI,
Clerk Probate Court Dull** County.
Lott. Attorney ducll-lw
Lien Notice.
STATE OF CALIFOIIMA-COUKTY OF
Bntte. s*. To all whom it may cone rn. notice is
h< rehy given In pursuance of an order h •reJof«-e made
by the District Court of the 15th JmDcial District in
and tor sal » c unty . f Untie, on the ilh day of D c*-m
ber a u ISSS, fur all i-eis ms bating liens upon the pro
perty known as the Orovi i,* ( rewery. situated on
Montgomery street, near G irriotCs Haw Mill, on the
Bluff, in the town **f Oroville. and now occupied by S.
Wunderlin as a brewery, to presen. t‘ * lr add liens on
Monday the 12th day of January a n IS.‘*9. at 10 o'clock
a m in the said District Court',’ at the Court llottse in
said low n yf Oroville.
Attest: M II DAUBACH, Clerk.
Dec. 11. '5B. By J. H.Makpi.c. Deputy.
Notice to Lien-Holders.
AU WHOM IT MAY COXCERX-
Notice is hereby given, t<» prevent their liens', held
under provisions of An .Act ui the Legislature of this
Slate, entitled ‘‘An Act for securing Liens to Mechanics
“•id others,” passed Apji* Jllth 185$, and all nipendntory
acts, on that certain building now bjing erected on lot
* >f bl
numbers five n/id six', of block number Hire**- in Oroville,
Bntte County, Calito/ni.'uantj so much.pf -:*id lots as may
be necessary for the conrrpjent us** a»i<! occupation *>f
said building, on Mouday Ihn tfih day ofNovemdes. ISSS,
ul 10 o'clock, A. M , in the Hon. District Court of the
Fifteenth Judicial l.jslrict, County of Butte, at the Court
llousa in Oroville, tueu and thereto be properlp proved
ana adjudicated. , p A. LEWIS,
Ry A. I’. Galinokr, Agent.
Oroville, October I'dh, 185 ft. r»l6-3«r]
Notice.
T A MELTING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
/5L of the Oro Tel* g aph C<». mis day, it was ordered
that a Meeting of the Stockholders should be held
tl»« office of Judge Wells, in this city, on Wednesday the
sth day of Jammy. 18:9, at 2 o’clock r m . for the pur
pose of incr» - a«lng the capita stock of lII*- company to
thirty-two thousand dollars, (32.000) to extend said line
to Honey Lake via Quincy. Plumas County, and Dow.
nieviile, Sierra county : also from Marv-vjilo !o Hacra
mentoCity. J M« KiNSTKV HMITII, )
PETER FREER. >Trustee*
Til IM AS WELLS. \
R. 0 Stock ros, Secretary. dectl^w
Notice
4 LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST TUI,
Estate of Lewis G randy, deceased, are hereby re
quired to present the same to the undersigned, at his
residence in. the town of Oroville. county of Butte, and
Httfi * p) California, within ten months from tins 4tn day
<»l December a o 185 S. J. W. BL'KFUM.
Dec. 4, ’5B Administrator.
Declaratory Notice.
STATE OF CALIPOUXTA. County of But ef
1, Mary Barnes, wile of V\ illiam Barnes «»f ti e
Township (J Hidweli , in said county and State, * o
hereby declare that 1 intend from anil ai’.er this dale, io
conduct business on my own a count in t e c»« nty of
Butte—that the nature of said bu-iness i* that of ra> r-t
chandi.-ing. and snch other and fu- H er things as may I d
necees ry l« carry *>n and manage said business—that I
wi I b** individually responsible in my own name, for all
debts contracted by me on ccount of my said busine a
and I hereby further declare that the amo int ot ctpilal
invested in said business, does not exceed the su ti of
live thousand dollars In Witne s whe eof 1 have he e
nnto s.*l my ban*! and seal, this 17th da? of Dec*. mb«r a
A. D. 1858.
MARV BARNES, [Benl]
STATE OF CALIFORNIA. County of Butte—On thii
seventeenth aay«f December, A. L). IHSS before me.
Gei.rge Mcßride, a Justice of the Peace in and for «a : d
County, appeare*! Mary Barnes, to mu petsonally known
l<» f»e the imlividu il described In and who executed the
foregoing declnrat*o;i of ‘-sole tracer” and being by me
elamiued apart and without the hearing of her saiil
husband, and made ac*|iiain!»jd,vfith the contents *.| the
foregoi g declaration, she sic\i< w lodged to me that she
execute*! the same freely and vof-'intardy without fear or
compulsion, or *j uder on part ol her s.ai I hus
band for the uses and purposes therein mentioned, and
desired .the sain ? iujgj.l »>« a* **uch
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and
•eal thed .y and year first above written.
(*EoR(JE MG I IDE. J P.
Dec 18, ’5B.
Notice.
r |N HE SHARE HOLDERS OF THE
B Oakland Mining foinpany nre hereby notified that
an assessment of $40.00 to the share ha- been made and
now due. A. K. HIEARNs, Secretary.
Dogtown. October 23 4t
MISCELLANEOUS.
CAUTION
TO PURCHASERS OF
EUREKA WHISKEY.
IT HAS COME TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE
undersigned, that various parties are putting up
whi«k**y. in imitati**. pack sires, made in Han Francisco,
and branding it “Eureka Whiskey.”
We caution dealers in the interior again*' pure hating
any of those imitations lor the genuine imported art iolev
Tim genuine
“EUREKA WHISKEY
Is Imported In Barrets and II«" Barrel*, amt ars
branded on o.ie head. - Eureka V\ hiskey. Win,
Newell it Co. n with a copy t;*hl attached, aud on the
other bead, “TD T ”
To any one who has purchased the Genuine Eureka
Whiskey this caution is ummoesenry, as they cannot be
deceived by imitations.
vvm. Newell & co.,
B<de Agent*, 100*Battery. street,
gan Francifteo, Hept. 15, 1856,
Tbo Oepuine Eureka Whiskey is for sale by all
th# prlocfpal Lienor Houses,fr Han Pranciec j. u2T.^m
LEGAL NOTICES.
Justice’s Summons.
IfXITKD .STATES OF AMERICA
' State of California. County of Butt**. SS. In .Tua*
ties.* court. Kim» i hew Towuship;th** people of th* Blat#
California, to Phillip Dun Sim-re Greeting • Yon are
hereby summoned to appear before ra«, at mv office in
Kimshew Township, county of Butte, on the 2'>lhdav of
December A D ISAS, at 10 o'clock, A M to answ-runto
the complaint« f Schnphil >'mitfc«ho »n« In recover
the sum of ninety three and 48 ICOth dollars, bal -nee
d«»«*on boot nec mnl from June 10th to S»p'ember 19th,
1858, for (rood**, wa-es ami merchmi IHe *old and deli*,
cr-d to de»» ndant by plaintiff when judgment will be
taken against von for lh«* said ainounMiTether »kh route
and damages. if yon fail to ai*p**ar and answer. To the
Sheriff <>r any constable of said county cretin.': make
service and due return hereof. Given under my
hand this U*th dav of November. A D I*s*
E. B KINSDN.
Ju tice of the Peace of said Townlhlp
It Is herch orhered that th«* above summary oe pub
lished in the Butte Record three week* before the <t«r
«f -»!-• is. n. kiMFofi, i.r.
-4
Notice.
People of tiii: state of state ■ alifor-
FORNI A VS. D U.AN—District Court, Isih
Judicial Diafricl. Bntti- County r Warren T. Sexton,
Judge of said District Court. and P. 11. Harris, District
Attorney for the C'ohnlv of Butle shd State aforesaid;
will hereby take notice that the .undersigned a HI apply
to John R.\Voiler Governor, of the State of ( alifo nia
for a commutation of the sentence rf death passed u on
the said John Dolan on the 111 h dav of November, \ l>.
1 B*B. f. *r the murder of Edward Shftdtry, to IrtSfiriaon*
n.enl in the States Prison of said Slate. Xly said John
P Inn was convict ini of the above murder rv. tHotfiat.day
of December A I>. I*-S7. .nit np the .'"th of sumr month
sentenced to be hung on the *j7ih of Marc\ A. I*. 1858
— r *aen appealed to Supreme CotlM of Sait! Slate, point a
| overruled and final sentence page*-d on the ll’h inst that
he be executed on the 7 h day of January A D IS’9.
D W CHEESE.MAN A L. C. GRANGER.
Attorneys for Defendant,
j 1 hereby acknowledge service ..f the above notice by
copy. ’ d.IiARRIS,
List Alton <*v • t Butte County, Col.
1 hereby ackn--wle ge service of the above no'ice by
copy. WABUKN T.
Judge IMh Judicial District.
Attest the follow Ing a true cat V of Application of Com
, mutation of the Sentence of J inn Dolan. Witness my
hand and the Seel of the said Qourt, on. ,11 Is 12ui,dny of
.Ncren.ber A. D. 1858. M. 11. DAKR VCIJ.
Cletk of District Court, But « Cor
By J II .Martle. Deputy.
' Gru villa, Nov Utb, 1858.
Insolvency Notice.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTEENTH
Judicial District, in and for the county Jof Butt**
In the matter of the petition of Elisha W. Slater an in
solvent debtor. Pursuant to an order of the Hon War
ren T. Sexton, Judge of the Fifteenth Judicial Di-trict
aforesaid, made this dav. notice is hereby given to all
the cry.ditofs of the sa ,1 insolvent- E. W Slater, to be
and appear before the Hon WarrerrT. Sexton, aforesaid
in open court, on the twenty; eigth 4l>>’ <*f December. A.
!). 1858, nt ten o’clock A M of that day at chamber*, at
the court room of said ( oust, at the Town of Ororille.
in said county of Butte, then tnd there to show cause,
it any they have, why the prayer of said insolvent
should mil be granted, and an assignmer tof his estate
be made, and he be discharged from his debts as an
insolvent debtor.
. Witness my hand and th**»«al of *vd Court
\ seal f this, 16th day of November , A D 1853
' M 11. DABRACM.
n2lt—4t Clerk District Court 15lh Judicial District.
Summons.
fiTATE OF C A UFO It XI A*—lV THE DlS
trict Con: t of the Fifteenth Judicial District; courv
tv Ilf lll,tt-.—ANN S U NDER*. Plaintiff v. CII4KI.KS
\V. SAUNDERS. Defendant: Action brought in the Dis
trict Court of the Fifteenth Judicial District, and the
comp’aint Died in the county of Butt*', in the office of
tin* clerk of said District Court The people of the
State -if California, send greeting to CHARLES W.
SAUNDERS Yon ar“ hereby required to appear Jn anf
action brought against you by the above named plain
tiff in t Re. District Cnilrt of the Fifteenth Judicial Dis
trict, in and f<-r the county of Butte, and to answer
the complaint fil**d therein, (a copy of which accompa
nies this summons) witlr’n ten days. (exclusive of the
day of «ervicej after the service on you of this sum
mons, if served within this countv; if served out of this
county, but within this Judicial District, within twenty
days; or if served out of said District, then within forty
days—or judgment by default will be taken again*}
you. The Said action i- brought to obtain a decree of
divorce from the bonds of matrimony now existing be
tween you and said plaintiff, ami if you fail to,.' pea?
and an-wer the said complaint as above require**, tho
plaintiff will apply to said court for the relief in her
complaint demanded.and for judgment for costs of suit.
Given under my hand and sea) of the District court
- of the Fifteenth Judicial Di.<*trict.|thi* eighth
C j 1 day ol October in the year of our l.ord on*
* £ > thousand eight hundred and fifty eight. By
f x ) order of District Judge.
M. U. DARRACH, Clerk *1
ocl 9 ’SS.
Declaratory Notice-
CJTATF. OP CALIFORMA, CCll'-NTY OF'
/ Bn.Uc. SS. I.Mary Maclean, wife of James T. Mcleau
of the ■ wn of Ororille in said county, r.nd State afore
said in the township ofOphir, in said county, do Kere
hy declare, that I intend from and afier this date to
carry on business in my own name and on my own ac
count, in tho county of Butte; that the nature of said;
bruines* is-that of Merchandising and Millinery in said
county and State, apd snch other further things a* may
bo necessary to carry on and manage said business, f
will he individually responsible in my own name for
all debts contracted by me no account of rny said busi
ne-s. I hereby further declare that the jtrtwtY.t of
capital Invested in mr said business does not exceed
the sum of five thousand dollara.
. - . In witness whereof I have set my hand and
J L, S f seal, the fifteenth dav ol October. A. D 1858.
‘ * * MARY MACLEAN
Witness: S W. W Coughey.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA. COUNTY OF I UTTF, Sfl
—On this fifteenth day of October. \ D before
me. S. W. W. Coughey, a Notary Bublic. duly,
sioned and qualified in and for said county, psrsoaally
appeared. Mary Maclean-, to nut personally known to be
the indivi.Dial, described inland who executed the fore
going “Declaration sole Tratler.'' and being by m*»
examined apart and without the hearing of her said
husband and made acquainted with the contents of the
foregoing declaration she acknowledged to me that she
executed the same freely and voluntarily, without fear
or compulsion or coercive on part of her husband' for
the uses aud purposes therein mentioned, ntd desirfcl
the same might be recorded as such
, . In witne*-* whereof I ha\e hereunto set my
| 1* 8. J hand and affixed my official seal the day and
’ ■—•— ’ year first above written
a. w w coughey.
Notary Public. Butte County. Cal*
Oct 16 58 Ct
Summons.
STATU OF C M.IFORNIA—IN THE DISTRICT 1
Court of the Fifteenth Judicial District. Countv of
Butte. ELIZA J aOGKRSvs.It It. ROGERS. Action
h-ought in the I jslrict Court of the loth Judicial District
nnd the Complaint filed in County of Huttt, in tho
office of the Clerk of said District Court. The Pe pje of
the State of California* send greeting: To B.K ROGERS.
You are hereby required to appear In an action brought
• cainss you hy the atmve named plaintiff in the District
Court of the of Fifteenth Judicial District, in and for the
county Butte, and to answer the complaint filed iherdin,-
(a copy of which nt companies this summons) wltbio ten
days, (exclusive of the day/d 1 ■
on yon of thi* stirnmons. if served * i;hin thia r-ounty;’lf
served out of this county, but wi:l»ju this. Judicial Dis
trict, within twenty days: or If served out of said District,
then wi‘h : n forty day*"—nr judgment by dr fault will be
taken against yon. The said action is brought to obtain
n decree of -ai ' (*ot.rl that the marriage contract eglst
ir-g between you nnd the plaintiff be dissolved and «n
-nubul, that slit* may be released from t e bond* of matri
mony, ami to obtain judgment for the cost* nnd money
disbursements of thi? action, and lor such other and fur
ther relief as may be proper—and if y«>a fall to appear
niul answer the said complaint as nl*ove required the
plaintiff will apply to the Ct urt for Hie *Cliet liVher com
plaint demanded.
Given under my hand and the of the District
Court of the Fifteenth JtidVcml Dietricl, this
eighteenth day of August, in the year, o*
our tx»rd one thousand eight l.undred And
fifty-eight. M. 11. DAURAGR,
atiglB.'lm* Clerk.
I"*.-!
Summons.
CJTATK OF CALIFORNIA—IN THE DlM
trict Court of Fifteenth Judicial District—Oaitity
of Butte. Joautia Yager, vs Rudolph Yager. Action
» rotight In the District Court of the Fifteenth Judicial
District. nn»l the complaint Filed in the county n( Butte,
in the office of the Clerk of -aid District Court. The Pe«e
pis of the Blade of QsHhAVI|9M greeting tf» RaMfl
Yager: Vqti nre hereby required to nppear in an action
brought against you by tbfe above named plaintiff in the
Itistriel Court ot the Fifteenth Judicial District in an*l for
the county of Butte, and to answer the complaint filed
therein (a ropy of which accompanies this summons!
within ten davg. (exclusive of the day of service) after
the service on you of thi* Summons, if seized within
this countv ; if served out of this county, bin within thi-
Judicial District, within twenty days; or \( serve*foul of
said District then within ferly days—or judgmeu?by de
fault will betaken against you. The said action is brought
»o obtain a decree of this court to df-s«»lve the h«>nds of
matrimony, existing between y<Hinn*lf and said IManiilT.
and that said msirriiig** contract be ftirever annulled, and
plaintiff by decree of this court be divorced nnd forever
free«l from you, the Mid defendant, and if you fail to ap
fH*flr and answer the said complaint as above required,
will apply to the Court for the relief detnaued in her said
complaint Given under ray hand and the seal of the
District Court, of the Fifteen th Jwlfcfaf District, thia
22ad -lay of June, in the year of otif L4M ouo itkousaad
eight hundred and lift}' -eight.
M H. DAftRACIT. Cl*rk t
j**24 td By J, 11. Marvi.e, Deputv
llarris k. HewAtn, Atlonuys f.»r PlamtHT.
Justice’s Summons.
STATES OF AMERICA—BTATK
California, Ccunty of Butte In Justice’s Court,
f,iphir T*>wi>9tiip* The People of the .State of California
to GEORGE I). FRENCH: You are herebv «uminoooii
flw appear before me at my office in OpWr Townsfdj),
Coain'y of Butte, ot th*? 13th day of Nm>raU-i. l>.
|H5d, .H 10 o’clock A. M.. to«n««Ver unto the ct*ft>p?aiQt «»f
J. P Coleman fit Co- who sues lo re«t»vei;the sum of o«i«
hundred and seventy-eight 62-100 (BITT fay dollars,
claimed to be due from you on aaooui.t Urt had
and received, liquors sold and delivered and sundries, a«
per complaint fl'ed in my offibe. wMefi'/udgmeiit will be
taken against you for the said amount, together with
costs and damages, if you fail U> appear and answer. To
♦he Sheriff or ary Constable of wiitf county. Greeting:
Make legal service and due return hereof Given under
my baud this Mb da* of August, A*. D. I*6B.
JOHN S. BERRY.
al>3rc aati*sw of th© Peae* Ophir Tonnehlp.

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