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THE UNION RECORD.
Local and County .Matters. At. K NTS: THOR.BOVCE 'AX FRASXXCO WM. H. TOBr.V ' ■ Fs.. . • • fi. R. ROSEXTHi ... '' - L. I*.SMITH r D. RO'VUSB IX-e Cr.-i J.C. SOOXAS t Oca Roads—The Im?botevf.nt N f.eded. — There is no season of the year so favorable for the building ar. l r-'al-l £T mao? as the present; aud we may say ih re is no county in the State with =o few g d r a !-. as ii T ;tte. While Tehama, Yuba, Placer, Kl Dorado, and other foot hill counties are overriding- almost Insurmountable difficulties in build;:.cr their costly and magnificent watron roads through the mountain fastnesses of the Sierra Nevada 1 In order to tap the great heart of the Territo rial trade, Butte county, with natural advan tages superior to that of any of those counties, better natural r* ad-; with lighter grades and less distances from the main starting points, lags behind indifferent to her best interests. The cariy completion of the rai-r . 1 to this p u ere long of a direct c v action will cisco via Marysville and Vallejo roau. pUccf (his town and county in one of the most favor able positions of any county in the State ; and, it now reals with our citizens to take advan tage of the favorable circumstances by estab linhing arteries of trade from the Valley to the Territory. We have it is true, one of the best wrasron roads in the .Stair, leading from Chieo kt Honey Lake and Humboldt ; also ore lead ing from the valley to the s .me j l .ee by Dog town—but there are other channels through which similar roads might be bu.lt, diverting a cock! healthy trade to our c < -irity. The re organization ol the \\ - odville 1 urnpike Co., by our citizens is a stop in the right dirf ction. and should moot with encouragement from all who are interested in the future wellfare of the c< unly. We see that a bill has been introdu ced, by the lion. <!. S. Sumner providing for a loan of a certain fund to that corporation to assist in completing this road. It should puss, and that soon.as the best season for building roads is rapidly pa-sing away. Fuom Aujz >sv. —We have just perused a lengthy and interesting letter, dated Fort Mo javc. Territory of Arizona, written by C. K. Davi«, K'«j . to his brother in Hamilton tp It speaks highly of the mines in the Territory, and says “hat California adventurers are pour ng in here, during the past two weeks, from ten to forty men daily pn—c> here en route to the Uio Frio and they report thousands on their way. and yet not m re than one fourth come this route—the others by La IV/. Con flicting reports are in circulation, however, in regard to the nchne-s and extent - f the mines. Here on the Colorado, the mines, in my hum blc opinion, will in time, prove the richest of any yet discovered—rich in gold and silver lodes and rich copper veins In the San Fran cisco District, some two weeks ago, on the Moss h de. rock was struck exhibiting a- much gold on the surface as rpiartz ” Many 'lu r claims are described and << r,"y ; S spo ken of. Mr D. i> i:/erv-*i din ‘pibo a num ber of claims iu this section. - V had in California (says the !■ the !. t \ .r. tlie cold year, the ye ir o' 1; rii 1 1 1. ■ y-. ir of floods. It now sc. ;u- - ' • t year would be listi guished ta winter. The fields are g-* 1 the “cat t..is" are on the willows i; ing thanks lor presents of rip'* fUi 1 the martins arc nt'*‘oar «pni;e delight .d wi:I: : ■ \ g«• * Jiiion of drs. r. S A -or th ‘v: r flinty of mundane ai:»i:s. as w. go t * prc.--. a cold, drizzling rain is fa I. ’• v.’.th au as ■• a dash of auow-flakcs, and every u.diia’.:>>n tuai winter is at last upon ..s. - 1 tg gby the extreme chilliness of the mart falling very lew d wn in t &iU LaUr.~~We stop the press to -uy that a regular fashiofkxi ‘snow storm basket in Hakes as largo as a nsuoV ha: d and the grond covered to tlx? depth ■ i.iif an inch- What next? Kit.i.iso run Tiviuzn. —T» - •' ."to Bee. in speaki gof the • a;ul turpentine qo ; sn\s f the :. . : ’.n which the pitch is 1* , taken from *; e trees by those in a burry to i;; i'v* F. f-.-vines: ‘•lnstead of making a g le incision, t yox cavato a cavity in the b dy t tree that will hold two . r three «y:nc..- a y th ;s Baking i • of ordinary gum buckets, a . I the .a'.* r of affixing them —but they slay the goose that lay* the golden egg. and inflict a great wrong upon the people by destroying whole forests of their best timber. Thi* vandalism tl.o Logis laturc should devise moats to stop." Com men ckd. Tho grading of M vers it reel has been c .red iu g- od « ar ncsf. and iu a short time w. may l.\. . “ : -co through the bluff, a neat, gravC’y road rF mg gradually —even grade. I bis will add much <0 the beauty of this strc\ *. as vu . as a lust ing benefit. The enterpr;.-;rg reside:;l citizens l ava liberally subscribed— sufficient tor tlu immediate completion r; ti e « : \ o may credit this improvement t 'he n; preach o: tl’.c -iron horse,’* to which, ere I ’g. w hno to add many more of a sim ~r e: aracter. Wb were much pleased to bear from cur “ancient friend, ‘ Hon. A d. Simm >peuk \ 9S \ minds us of the many i a nous days . s t loget her - box i x Plat, years ag -or the valuable public documents forwarded u-v Long mav you live. •- p- 'sp ■tyu: d success attend you thiough li’i a- I 1 render ing vo**r valuable services toy. ir y. •. g and growing Territory. S our pel name for it— .as entered upon its fiftgeqtb volgme. It is ..f the nii>st spirited and ably contacted daily paprrs in ibis State —in fact, an industrious ICe, gathering honey from all sources, and uever stinging any one unless it be an offending Copperhead cotempo rary. Success lo the Ih. and may \vc never mis* ii trow our exchange list 1 The Railri -d Celebration.— It'will be =cen b_v reference to the pr< trramme. in another cohisn of this pajer, that ertry effort possible is bei: 5 maJe by oar citiz.i.s to make the ce!- ebra'ion of the opectn- of the California Not 1 : If the weather sb :’j prove favora 'e. anticipate a ’..ere crowj of re:pie. ar.u a jrar! aou cfo ri as time ger.eraifr. We i -arn that a re: 7 large 0.. sation of excursionist; is expected horn Mar tst; . ar.d we doabt not fa-centim Hers will visit os from other ceighboring ooints, which, with the military, wi;! combine to make thi- cce of the mo=t interesting events that has ev-.r occurred in our town. The read is now coir.T . ’ ■ ■1 W ithin -s than a mile of town, and sb irly day will be set for the celebration. rr ee to It.—Cannot one or two loading men ef the Union party, in each precinct through out the county, go to work and increase onr subscription list to the Union Record. There arc hundreds of men in IJuttc if solicited would -abscribe an 1 pay in advance for their county paper. If a few friends will immedi ately take hold of this matter, a great deal can ; be done towards more firmly establishing a Union paper in our cocnty. As we have in i-rod considers, ieexpense in c ntinning the , itioo of a ii.yal Uni 0 paper, we think r ; r "i- liberally rewarded, at *’ --a paying snbscri th first T M. A. McLa .gUir, Co. 1). Second Carahry. C I ** g * wl «e arrest wc mcntiocf i fewn ks has been found guilty by a court martial of having practiced divers frauds on the Quarter master* Department, to the amou.it of about •52 200, and ha* been dismissed the eeivice. Second Lieutenant .M civ el vie wm aUo impli cated and cashiered. It is stated that (Jen. Wright has approved the sen*once. Wm. Burroughs, Esq, our enterprising townsman has made his appearance once more, anifiigsl us.lookir.tr hearty and jolly. We hope the prosperous, and enterprising cities of Vir ginia and Carson hate not captivated him, as he is one of our oldest and most enterprising citizens of Butte. Hon. F. M Smith, paid our town a short visit last week, looking after the wants and in terests of the citizens of old Butte. Mr. S. is ite ever Uady and willing to truly and faithfully rep sent the true interests ot his constituents. Aghnt—?. B. Rosenthal. Ivq., Marysville, is our only authorized agent at that place, to receive and receipt for subscription and adver Using. As we are now connected to that city by railroad, but an hour’s ride, business men will find it to their advadtage to advertise in thu Union Kkcohd. Obituary —Mir. Baink, a vrcli known team ster. who resided several years at Yankee Hill, in this county, died at tins place, Thursday night, aged about fifty five or sixty years. Thanks—To the members of the Legislature from this county, for valuable reports and documents. By the way wo had very nearly forgotten the solemn promise of an old friend. ’I t was five or fire times fire. Do you sec it? Road Matters. Mr. Editor ; -In view of the fact that the Sni this :: t■ e tli ir Ft br .ry term on n-xt Monday. I have thought it might be well to remind the ’ i-ii.ess m-.:i and property h■’i]• ■- of Orovilh*. it an effort is t and I r<J wiil bt n:g-d strorg’y by ponderous petitions and •da'* -rate legal arguments to vacate the old , • ■Hey road hading fiom Hale's ferry, on the . • - tant public .or ugh: ares Lading t > v ■ :r city; draining a 1 Hamilton tp. This district is annually produ cing its tens of thousands of bu-hcls i f grain, an i rapidly increasing in extent of cultivated land and •.j-.iautity of produce. A portion of this valley is deservedly ra: kid among the very b '-t 1r d in the State whilst a very large portion of the State has met with almost, if n >l entire failures from drouth—this valley has never failed to yield a g ■ M harvest to the fru- , i.a> and industrious farmer. These petitioners apply for the locution of a new road, leading vrr ground i' *: rely impractical, ine half the ve\r. without an cru r nt v us expenditure to the county, and so lengthens Inc distance to Oro v he. winch, together with t?!o roughness cf the ad. reqairing double teams, or half loads, * this secii >3 of the county to Marysville. It re ;Vires no farther or stronger evidence to the n;-.chants ar»d business men of Oroville to 5 • ■ 3 trade, than to cite them to the effects already made practically evident. in the sudden and great falling oft' in that trade during the past season. attributable so’c’y to the chauge* made in the old river road, commencing directly bo low Hale's ferry, through the lands of J. !>- Henihaw; make g the distance much greater, and r nog - g 1 5 to haul their usual load*. This roa :—already a county road—and the b. si natural road in the county, should be reopened where oUtrac tions are placed in it. and by the order of the pr o r author;*.‘.ns kept open, and the citizens o.f 0;i ville who have a direct interest in the future welfare of the city and c uuty should give it their attention. The injury, although seriously felt - 3 valley, is is g it as at susta the citizens of Oroville. If we are compelled to travel the road asked for by these petition R - a market for our produce in Marysville than it w 11. in Orovihe. our natural and legitimate market. Where farmers sell their produce, there they spend their m mey. The parties in s 'ek:'*g this cl a: g* . . lh - section, in the uow location, are do doubt looking forward to a change in our county affairs, iu the future, which would result tavomba to their interests g . - - | - - s great 0-- niing ir C y Seat. 1 i g interestedly. Fakmkk. Hamilton. C il, Jan. 25,15»54. N - A piTa’s freight discharged, on '.ho 2>th. and the wo:a ti being pushed quite rapidly. WEinsr. School.— We Tisited the writing schocl of O H. Bowler. Eso , v o dosed the -. : gof the 20t we examined the specimens cf r:r.n;inship given by many ofhis pnpils. at - he gim.lrc. and compared them w'tb th.\=; r 1 at the :i■ se ■ f Lis term, we were ve-y agrteaVv ; ,s --pp ted and surprised . st tanght by Mr. B. combines utility ar.d ornamcn'. ini may be written with in.-'mrara; i: rapidity, a: the same time it is attended with gr.at uni formity and plainness. Mr. D., has, indeed, distinguished himself a? a teacher of the useful art of Penmanship, and merits the enconiams of ail observers. We bespeak for Lia where .r ■be may ■ rai pair ig . especially do we take pleasure in c mmendirg fcts “System of Rapid Penmanship." from the fact that unlike ail others, it is not soon for gotten by those who learn it. bnt remaining in their possession an ornament and useful bios sing for life. News of the Week. The m >st important and gratifying new? from the Hast, this wce-k.aro the accounts that come from all parts of the Confederacy of dis affection and desertions in the rebel army. A di-patch from the Army of the Potomac says • the soldiers of Lee's array are at:x; ;as to grasp at the earliest possible period the olive branch of peace h- Id out by the amnesty proclama tion. From twenty-five to forty deserters come ■nto the picket lines of the Second Corps, and Ik- many to the Third Corp», daily, notwith irg four skirmish lines have been thrown cut rebels to prevent it." It is also stated ihatTcvresL prom i nen*. rebel cit's. ?s and officers—one of known ex foreign V mister—are oegoliaUr.gf -tC came within onr lines ucd‘ r the President's amnd* 1 ? proclamation. A Chattanooga dispat..; f the 21st -ays the rebel orders requiring s .-Imre tu serve for three years or more are causing hun dreds to desert. Fifty six came in in one squad. The rebel army occupies its old position at Dalton, and is believed to number no more than 30.000 men. The Tennessee and Kentucky troops arc encamped in the center, under guard. It is positively known that they are killing their l est mules for subsistence. The Times publishes a translation of a letter from a Frenchman, formerly in the rebel army, in which, after giving a gloomy account of the rebel situation, the writer concludes that the days of the Southern Confederacy arc dum bered. anil its backbone broken. Little Rock advices, doted Jan. IGlfi, state that the Convention which aysetnbled on the Bth had about completed its labors. The greater part of Arkansas was represented. An article forever prohibiting slavery was adopted with but one dissenting vote. The Constitu tion is to be submitted to the people on the second Monday in March, at which time the Stale officers and members of the Legislature w ill be elected. The qualification of voters is that prescribed by the President’s proclama lion. Loyal citizens say they will be able to poll twenty thousand votes for the Constitution. Fears had been entertained li at Longstreet. having received reinforcements, was about to advance against Knoxville, but it appears by later advices that ttie rebel preparations con templated a great raid through Tonncs.-ee and Kentucky, to got horses and supplies. It was reported that John Morgan had seven regi ments of cavalry in readiness for the stealing expedition. The rebel Major General Vance had been taken prisoner in an engagement in Fast Ten ne--e. on the l-t’h. Cm Duller has recently employed Ms iim ilfd forces in making de-tructivi raids upon rebel ty along ll Jar river. Rob.d paj ers announce the sudden and seri ous of Alex. 11. Stephens. A Richmond paper of the 22: sum- that Jeff. Davis' house had been r d and set t n fire, hut the Harm s were e xti; gu'-ff. 1 before much damage had been done. Jeff's "house of this tabernacle” is evidently hr a precarious condition. Janas D. Clay, "the degenerate son o r an illustrious sire,” departed this life on the 27th i; st. at .M ntreal. Canada. The remaining? us of the great American statesman are loyal to the Government their father so dearly loved. Gen. Meade, who has been ill in Philadel phia. is recovering. Gen. McClernand has been ordered to the Department of the Gulf, under Ranks. The Ways and Means Committee in the U- Senate have agreed to ree uuu • 1 a:; appro or ation ol u hundred thousand dollars to defray the expenses of calling out troops in several border States. Cor -iderabic indignation is felt a thri ugbout Mim.es ta at the c urse pursued by the Dniish authorities in furnishing the 81-ux Indhms with ammunition and sending them back to make war upon the settlements. A firm in San Francisco haring telegraphed to Senator Conncss, desiring to knew whether the excise tax on liquors will apply to stock in private stores, and whether it will pass the Senate, received an affrmative reply. Whisky hs? declined to SO cents in Xt-w York. Fbff Stats Coxvfmiox,— Th : Free Sts'* Convention which was to have been held at Louisville, Kentucky, on the Sth of January last ha® been postponed, for the reason, say? tl St. I iis Dentscrat, “that t radica . ti-slarery moven nt ntl S has cll Ij and since the call for a convention was issued, exhibited such vigor and extended develop ment, that the work to be perfi rated 1? greatly e: larged lieyond what was at first centemp.a led. Instead of being designed to organize such a movement, it has now to deal with an organization in full progress." The Dec re marks appropriately that it ready begins to 5 N • r;h, were it --,1-:- 1. cu d not. now that the people of the South had their eyes opened, prevent them from extirpa ling.now and fore ver, the foul cause of all their present suflerings. Thf Tax ox Lkaf Tobacco. —It appears from a communication of the Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture to the Agr:-, li toral Committee of the U. S. .'-.rare, ll it the Commissioner's opinion, the proposed tax of twentv per cent, on leaf lobacce> would de stroy the export trade, which now gives us twenty minions of revenue, lie estimates cur average crops at less than one third the product of Brazil, and shows that the export of Brazil has increased sevenfold in two years. n T.SIBLE A- riDEST. —A correspondent of tbe Express. writ;: g from Saw n:;.. 1' o'. Pin ty, gives the pa liar . .I . lent tired at that ] test. T ■ : sister?, named Wheel, r. .n company with a yotf g man. went Into t. , Franklin Tnncvl to lave a ride ia the ears. The ear cna-i. n 'at wish considerable f ree ran on to the damp w; re it was forty feet L : gh, when • g tbe elder sister Mary on;, who, strlk'- 1 hCo i first on some timbers below was instantly ki led. With r His • - r.— 1 1 Sao Jomt Press is inform-. 1 that A. A. rare ; t ha? written a lef.r to the Auburn Stars acj s to the effect that he is i t a eta Itda for the Vice Presidency, and that the use of bis name in that connection was without bis knowledge and consent. This Saa Frarc’sco Evening Journal has hoisted the name < f onr worthy Governor. F. F. Low. lor Vice President, with Abraham Lincoln at the head. I>v the last steamer the Belief C mmittee made the see" nd remittance f. r this year of SSO S 1 ary Fund P\\ FRA.UTSCO MARKET. tt e - .ip f. : .. uving wh a -.00 ;. .rket report ft : the C.,:.. n . . i dmr; . . ist: The grain and; r Are Market remains about as we last quoted. If any change it i.- in feed grains, which are more abundantly offered, sellers ask old prices, but buyers demand a reduction. The weath er of late has been very favorable for the growth of gra". which has started tlnely, ami raising many to believe that the consumption of feed, vis : Ilav. ”adey, and Oats, would materially fall off and less P- "" a rule. There has been a demand for - aoue lire * lag 8.. : y to ship to New York, and sales t., the extent of a tew thus- ind sacks for that mart?! beans tn-eu* so low a price and in such .... tl ready been shipped to New V -baud -uhifora market. II tv's !■. •llery is now r • git its : capa ity ai.-I :.. ikrs ain u k t for I-w t. nA-.j ' Wheat, a f -rtnnatc tiling for 1: -Mers. as the Chinamen are no longer bn;: - . are t-:n; -ra: Sky ont of the market. Oi r Mxi-.irts are as follows : By the barque Ingcbnr.i, t-■ Hong Kong. 12 0 bbis Flour, and 3,- oil .-ks W.. it. By 'lie ship 10-; -y for Hong Kong 2. till) qr sks e 7 hf >ks n-ul t bnA Flour, arnF7- 237 sk. wheat. To Vi torn'., lie brig Crimea, 3,330 or -ks 12 ) hi >ks FI- nr, .2' .ks Bran, etc. Kx steamers rraJi I > -C mtn 2iKi bf sks Flo-ir.*2ss -ks I' .tai..os.et ■. tVli nvT For shipping 1,13 a, 1.30 pr 100 lbs ; Milling, 1,10 a 1.30. Biki.ky—brewing I ' a 173 ; fur feed 1,65 a 1 70. Bt EF -An-- .■■ ii st q . ility 7, alO ts.per Spanish do t. a 3 els. A. P. Boyd & Co, - Drains In ' wart*.Tinware. Sheet in n'wait*. Wood ami \\ iiiow-Ware. Cordage. Powder. Fuse, Coal. < 'a-t, ei. vv. k-Kver. Pumps Lead Pipe, Runner IJo>e. Tar. Carden -u:is, Shot. Far mer-*’ Mirhanica’ And Miners’ MANUFACTURERS OF Tlm, <. oj»|»« r nod Sheet Ironware ALSO, AC I,NTS FOH Auburn aiul XVc- t Brunch Lime. <♦. ('•■■t. a;nl Unr.Oa Oi’o'villo; H :: ' >s t!n»> are prt»..i!.-.li > t ;rnM»u -d> at prh-es that •■ v ■ .-a: ft it i and a‘.l g. d, - !d are war ranted 1 MiH)HTT 7 T I To Mining Companies. WIRE ROPE F r 110 IST INC 1: m Shaft-* and Inclines, Hi (lures your Expenditure for Hope GO per cent. All kinds of Wire Rope FLAT AND ROUND. Pamphlets containing strength*. A n. of Ropes, with full information forwarded free on application to the Manufacturer*. A. S. 11AM.1DIK A. ( ()., 412 CLy Street. ran Franc i*co. J. M. BROCK, A-n '.Or vide. Young & Anderson. WATCHMAKERS. JEWELLERS, Opticians & Engravers, JlonietMitiiy Sircrf, Orovlllr. V = - L r/ k r • IN O LINK ATTENDED TO Gunsmithing. C9a ■/ I. • M /t n-i of Orovdie and snrr.mndin" country, the lat M ■ ■ _ 3 . , ; -■ ■ - ; to carry Making aim! Ht ]>airin? (<nn« of all Kind*. PSt - - ’ • . - ‘ in s ti- Scs called : r it r. inter* ar.d *'»orT-*mefi. A':i,w k wrmted.ar.d . w for cash p- : . e< -• • ■ Lisinf>-, - -L . i. rora: -hale patron jan I*. T.KNODEKKR. BANKERS. FAULKNER & CO., B . V dST Tv E E S Comer Montgomery and Myers strrels. onomiE Highest Prices Paid .... For.. .. GOLD DUST MAKE ADVANCES OA GOLD DUST COSSIGSED FUR AS SAY OR CO IS AGE At tlie l ulled Stales Mint. COUNTY SECURITIES HOUIJIIT. CHECKS DHAVN ON Donohoe, Ralston & Co., San Francisco. Wells, Karso K Co.’s Ktchantr On the Principal Atlantic Cities. FOB SALK. cr DEPOSITS P.F.CEIVF.n, ColWHonsmaiJe, ar.A a general Banking Guilusw Irama.iT E. LANK JOHN" COXI.Y. E. LANE & CO., JJ dST Iv E 11 S, Orovillo. GOLD DUST BOUGHT. ADVANCES Made on Gold Dust for Assay or Coinage at the United State* Mint. Sight Checks ON MARYSVILLE AND SAN FRANCISCO. Hi' PURCHASE EXCHANGE. MAKE COL LEI TIOX<. and transact a <ENERAL BA NKINC. BUSINESS. MISCELLANEOUS. B O WATCHES, *§ Watches ! Watches ! CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS. Jnvdry, .1 wMry, Jewelry. \t SMITH'S, SMITH'S, SMITH'S. At Geo. E. Smith’s. CHEAP FORCASH! A ’.SO, GOLD AND SILVER SPECTA . % Vs, Ring*, Pins. Thimble*. Chains, Cor- Si!vor :i: 1 Plat. .] Cups, Cake Rackets, S ooiis. Forks. A' - .. A»’. Watu'.i'- and Clocks cleaned in the best pus silde manner. Neatly Kxenited. .Ii.WI.GKV MADE A.\D UKPAIUKD. Agent f»r the American Watcher. Agent for Whaler A Wilson** vJfjL Sewing Machines. Xf A. G. SIMPSON, THEATRK BLOCK. II mi toon St., Oroviile, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN 800 K S 1N1).... STATIONERY! Staple and Fancy Articles, SCHOOL BOOKS: Violin ami Guitar Strings, Japanese Cabinets I. AND WORK BOXES. tsu Orders frun th§ toiitry ••liiitid, aid promptly attended U». December Slit, !*•!. UNITED STATES LIVERY STABLE. EDirARD BOIVDE. V. Proprietor. rj'iHß PROPRIETOR tv. »ULD RESRE*TFUL- I Ivin: :nth ' tho has recently made vtei.-i■? ad Lli m- <•: tine -t - k and ▼♦*!»* *les t<> the 1 Crates I.:wry E-n.V :i-hment. which can be had ut all Tinier at reasonable rate-*. Horse* kc])t < n Livery a* moderate ratc*. and the l>e't Hay an ’ Barley supplied. FOR SALE. Thk .*’■ vo -. rrith llnrw. Carriages and vrtenun* c*. will boold very rheap. lor Cash avn ED. BOWDEN. Liquor Store For Sale. rviHK UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL. CHEAP i FV «'ASH.I.i- LIV T ’*»!? STORE, with Fire Pr ? T’.rii k V.c it; A!-<•. a I-irge and well -elected. S: k : 1 reign and D -me-ti- Wines and Liquors at • r in Lot- :•* -nit purch*-er*. Thi- wiii d a g > d investment for any one _ ia t Li rbusiness.as this ia isag try Ti t, is to g hen.e <.n Ln-Vess. and he will >ffer inducemenu to a purchaser t usually met with. Ai- . F « Sale—On« Lot. 2-> bv K,<s feet, on cor r d Myers Street v ' Miner* Alley.- \ r- - indebted b* the tndersigned will nlea.-o -(tile their LiL- Lnmediatelv. PHILLIP FARREIM.V. Oravilie, October di 1-bJ. u24tf GROCERIES, aT. J. BLOCH 3c CO. KEEP CONSTANTLY O.V lIAXII A Full and Large Assorted STOCK OF GROCERIES, Provisions, Wines and Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware. A« wo make onr own purchase* from :lr>t hand* in S.m Francisco. * t arc enabled to offer the »ame to tb« public CHEAPER than any other koua* north of Sacramento. DEALERS will find it to their advantage to ex amine our slot k and prices bef • put ha* g else where, or before going below. • ACi:\CV OF Kohler A Frohling's CALIFORNIA WINES and BRANDIES }. BLOCH A CO. The Last Chance! NOW IS YOUR TIME to Buy Roods Regardless of Cost! The citizens of this town and vicinity are invited to call and examine the greatly reduced prices of Clothing and Dry Goods for only thirty days lunger. Now la your time to bu> Dresses, Caps, Hats, and every thing else belonging to the Dry Goods line for your own price. L. MKIMXCSKR, Montgomery St., opposite St. Nicholas Hotel, Oroville. OPKMMi or Tilt: CAL. NOR. RAILROAD ■ ■ .■ > • To Rose’s Station, 1 !- , i Miles from Oroville* RF.GUi Ail TRAINS FOR Ti: ANS PORT A « TION e.f IV,' •nee;-' Fr ; vl■ r. are now running between Mury>\illc and Ruse’s Station, connecting at Hu* latter place with the stages of the California Stage Company for Oroville and Shasta, Forbesdown and La Porte roads. Regular trains (Sundays e.\ cpted) w ill leave Marysville daily at »■ I 2 A. M.. and 3 I*. M. Leave Rose's Station at S 1-4 A. M..and "> P. M. SUNDAYS— Leave Marv'ville at 3 P.M. R -e’s Sla*. mat:* P.M. Freight arriving at Marysville by steamboat marked "Care ot Railroad," will be received on the cars at the Steamboat Landing, and forwarded without cost for forwarding commission, or droy age. Freight to Rose's station. ' per ton OctITK ANDREW J. RINNEY, Sup’t. SEED WAREHOUSE! FRESH SEEDS 1 FRESH SEEDS ! rpflE CNDEI - GNI 0 H WE JUST RECEIVE fl rd.per reeer.t arrivals, and are inconstant receipt by every arrival,frum The Best Growers in the United States and Europe, THE LVROELT STOCK OF FLESH PARPEN. FLOWER. rLCIT CLASS ASP CLOVER SEEPS ASP HCLBLiS ROOTS.OF ALL VARIETY. On the Pacific Coast, and are prepared to fill or ders fn*m Merchant* and Dealers and others in want of such. All our seeds have l>eeri known to give iatiifao lion for the hist tw- , years. All orders pu:dually attended to. Ad dre a*. J. P.SWEENEY A CO.. Seedsmen 100 Calif •: n!a-tree!.>in Francisco. Catalogues sent free nj»oa Application- nil Western House. Comer of D and Sec Aid Streets, MARYS VILLI THIS HOCSE I' CENTRALLY A KjiS TED. and will l«e kept a» former.y. First Class House. Containing ONE HUNDRED web . pyitn>; it affords the be.-t • acccmmodation* for Families and Transient Boarder*. ml--JOh STAGF.S LEAVE DAILY F»H -- : the State Jan 16 3m B. M. LOW KEY A CO, Prop’tr*. J. HAMELL, UNDERTAKER, DIED STREET. OROVILLE. DRUGGISTS. DRUGS & MEDICINES! THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR hasoi of Messrs. Jenkins A Smcd*** their ■> >i *k of Drue* A Mediant*. will cyotiDv* • l;u ;sine>* »i the old stand. (thtOiwilfe - stttUjN hand a ’aur .11. .1 wt. 1 >t tV led stock f Drugs. Medicine^ (litmicals. Perfumery, (amplifnr. Painty OiU ? Ate., k.c. s§~ Particular varc paid to compounding Frt* acriplioos. and Dispensing Medicinas, COLTON K UAKRACH. 0A a. McDermott, WHOLESALE A\’D RETAIL DEUGGI ST! Motilgonu ry Street, onoviiiijß, I DESIRES Tt> RETURN HIS SINCERE^ J yy il a ik' t > hi- many friends for their /ft t : hhn as A. McDermott , ana of A i:.. -l i . md McIV nn-'tt, and Colton and McDer m • and respectfully solicits a continuance of their favor*. Having b >.ight out the intercut of my partner,! shall be at much less expense, and he enabled to sell goods at Sail Francisco prices, and would beg all t n so making purchases in my line, to give mt a all at my old stand, next door to the St, Nicho las !i• *t«• I. as I will make it to their advantage so to do. 1 am agent for the following PATENT IAEDI* (’INKS, which I can warrant genuine: W 1 STAR’S BALSAM. t: UYSOTT’S SA RSAPARItLA, SAND’S Jo TOW NSKND’S Jo HULL’S Jo CORBKTT’S Jo JAYNE’S MEDICINES, AVERS CHERRY PECTORAL, DkGRATH’S ELECTRIC OIL, ANTI PHLOGISTIC SA LTS, WRIGHTS, COOK’S, LEE’S, and other I’H.LS, OSGOOD S INDIA CHOLAGOGUK POLLARD’S ANTIMALARIA PILLS, Ac., Ac., Ac., &c. A large and choice selection of PAINTS, OILS, &C., always, n hand, which 1 will sell at a amall ad vance on cost, for cash. Mtf DR. HOSTETTER’S STOMACH HITTERS. rjIHE OPERATION OF THIS PALATABLE 5 remedy upon the stomach, liver and excreWrv organs is regularly *<>othing and conservative. 1% regulates, recruits and purifies them. Dyspepwia. in all its forms, yield* to it* control and inviguaaW ing proj*erties. Invigorate the System. Vigorous digestion and pure bile produce* nulil* I,and la healthy frame. Rtostdi and a di» ordered liv• r desire t-» know h- w the digestioa i lay bt-int;.n>wd. th« bile and other fluids of tba body purified ? Dr, Hostetler’s Stomach Bitter* Will nr -mj ;i>h th> desirable, reliable revolution in the system, regulating the secretion*, giving tone to the animal juices which dissolve the food, strengthen every relaxed nerve, muscle and flhra, and brings the whole machinery of vitality vote vigorous and healthful play. Strengthen the Syitea. Ths he*t maai* of imparting vtgor to Iho tartan down frame and shattered constitution, which has je: ten invented ur discovered, or proffered to lb# feeble of ;>oth -exes arid all *ges U Dr. Hostetler’s Stomach Bitter*. De’iVy, from whatever cause arising, mav be cured; -rlength, in whatever manner it may have Wen w„ • I, may U- restored by the use of this powerful and healthful invigorant. For Tndigea ti--:: and all its painful effects, bodily and mental, they arc a positive specific. A Word to the Aged. In t.ir tl line of lire the loss of vital force ronse quent ’ijf -n i by-: al decay, can only l*e safely sup plied M - me vivifying preparation which remits the -tr- _‘ i and spirits. without entailing the ex ■ ui-v . > always the final effect of ordinary stimulants. We tender to the aged Dr. Hostetler’s Stomach Bitter*. As .r ; v:_* rant and restorative, immediate in (fed It • •mach. improves the appetite, acts like a charm npon the spirits. For Females. 7 .. is idtes res rt I>it as a ressedy for ... atering of the heart, nervous beadacha. ■ liiar distnrb .tr. ■..■uni deramrement* to which, a- a sex. they ar - 1 It cheers and iiehtens the depre-wd mental ;• .wors a. well as -trenpthen« the body, and its t.-e is never followed by any reaction. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Per.-base only of reliable dealers. Sold everywhere. ■JO-TETTER. SMITH A DEAN. Agents, _:7 V >l., (Rus« Blork) San F raacisea.