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THE UNION RECORD
Local and Count) Matters.
AG KM'S:
THOS.BOYCE SAN FRANCISCO
TVM. H. TO BEY s*n Francisco
L. R. ROSENTHAL Marysville.
I). V. SMITH FurLertown
S. ROWI.ES Pine Creek
J.C. NOONAN Chico
County Convention. — We are informed by
Judge Wells, Chairman of the Union Central
Committee, that a call for a Convention in this
county will be issued next week, in which the
number of delegates to which each precinct is
entitled will be given. The Union State Con
vention is called to meet at Sacramento on
the 251 h day of March. >
JNao is going to remain in Oroville? If all
or any considerable portion of those who talk
of leaving this place carry their designs into
effect, a few months from now will find the
population to consist only of county officials.
Everybody is going somewhere this spring to
make a fortune, and there is no nse of talking
or trying to reason the case with them —they
all know that it only requires a slight effort to
*‘make a pile,” and are all determined to make
a rush for some "sage brush region” as soon as
spring comes. Many persons who have com
fortable homes, and are doing well enough here,
have taken the mania for ‘ feet,” and are leaving
business and sacrificing homes and property
■oder the delusion that they will soon acquire
command of immense wealth, and nothing will
convince them of their error but sad experience.
Grim-vieaged poverty will stare them in the
face; and, with broken down constitutions,
purses as useless as boots to a wooden legged
mao, and a greasy old pair of blankets across
their backs, they may be seen straggling down
the western slope of the Sierra Nevadas. And
then it will be easy enough to realize bow much
more sensible it would have been to have
averted it all by staying at home and being
content with an bumble though independent
home and a competent living.
Wagon Hoads. — The Sacramento corrcs.
pondent of the Appeal, in an article on this
subject, says; “With these two highways to
Washoe completed, tupping the great valleys
and timber regions of the summit, and connect
ing with two lines of railroad at Oroville and
Marysville, Sierra county will experience a
marked increase in population, wealth and
•public revenue, and be no longer au isolated
•corner of the earth. The results to Marysville
must also be very beneficial." If the comple
tion of our Railroad is expected to benefit
comities as remote as Sierra, and wake them
up to the construction of wagon roads, how
much more should our position at the terminus
of the railroad arouse us to the necessity of
making good roads to points that are naturally
most accessible to us, hut whose trade can only
,be secured by making this the best as well as
nearest interior point for trade ?
'Washington's Birthday. —On account of
• the grand Railroad celebration, last week, from
the effects of which our citizens and military
have scarcely recovered, the Twenty second
passed off very quietly. The indefatigable
Oroville Artillery Company, under command
of Capt. Collins and Lieut. Chase, aroused our
patriotic citizens at daybreak, by firing a
; Fedcral salute of thirteen guns, and at twelve
O'clock they made the mountains echo with a
National salute of thirty five guns, including a
“ronser” for Western Virginia.
Chance to Make Money. —We call the
attention of our readers to au advertisement in
to-day’s paper, headed “a splendid chance to
make money.” Adam Schussler, of Yuba
city, Sutter county, offers for sale cheap a large
vineyard, wine press, distillery, two dwelling
houses, outhouses, and several hundred gallons
California wine, and other valuable property.
Here is an opportunity for miners to invest
Ihsir money in a sure business—better than
.running after the “goiJ excitements" in the far
■ off Territories.
Good Work. —The Hoad Overseer of Ham
ilton Uist. No., 2, John Wharton, Ksq., has
been doing good work upon the old river road
■from Hamilton down. Fence-posts and other
■obstructions have been removed, and the
marks of road-war wiped out—legs, and drift
wood gathered and burned, together with other
necessary repairs, which add greatly to the
beauty and appearance of that old and excel
lent public highway.
Crop Pbosmkivs.—The ero[« on the west
side of Feather river present a more healthy
and forward appearance at present than they
have (or the past six years at this season of the
■year. The weather this winter has afforded
the farmers in this part of the county au earlier
opportunity of plowing and sowing than for
many years past, and a greater quantity of
ground has been sown.
‘Cud Boreas was on a “blow out” yesterday,
•od among the result of his cavoruugs was
■the fall of several awnings, that of the What
Cheer House of the number. The honest
Volcans across the way had to -suspend the
forging of thunderbolts, horeshocs, etc., for the
day, ou account of the dust.
The young men of Marysville have associated
themselves into a club for the purpose of amus
ing themselves with sociable dances, etc., says
the Appeal, but docs not particularize as to
the “etc." Parlies not to kept up later than
12 oclock. Good boys!
Maj. Stkatnas. the well known and popular
news dealer, has our thanks for another bundle
of newspapers, pictorials and magazines, inclu
ding Harper's Monthly. Forney's War Cross,
Demorest's Illustrated News, etc., etc.
The Red Blull Independent says our old
'friend Pytn, alias Rhodes, has turned up in
Virginia City, as correspondent of the Express,
and signs bimselt C. without the ym.
Thanks— To Hon. Thos. I>. Shannon, for a
•copy of the Preliminary Report of the Eighth
-Census.
Goi.dstein ,V Bro. have removed to the okl
stand of L. Meininger.
The War Department has notified General
Wright that Catalina Island will be required
for Government purposes, consequently the
miners must abandon it.
The Rev. S. S. Etheridge. Bachelor of Di
vinity,and Rector of Trinity Church. San Jose,
Jhe tapping of whose lungs wc mentioned last
week, died on the 1 Sth ins*
Ar a moetingof the Marysville Rifles held
in ibcir Armory. in the City of Marysville, on
Monday. February 7f2d. the special Commit
tee previously appointed for the purpose of
giving expression to the feelings of the Com
pany on their return from the Oroville Rail
road celebration, submitted the following res.
olution? w hich were unanimously adopted.
Whereas, We, the Marysville Rifles were
the recipients of an invitation from the Chair
man of the committee of arrangements to at
tend the celebration of the opening of railroad
communication between the city of Marysville
and Oroville. and.
Whereas, We were made the partakers of
more favors than we could look for or| expect
io a small town filled to overflowing with re
joicing people, as nas Oroville on that occa
sion ; therefore, be it
Resolved, That the thanks of this company
are dne. and are hereby tendered to tbe citi
zens of Oroville for their kind invitation, warm
reception and the ample arrangements made
for our accommondations during our stay
amongst them.
Resolved, That to the Oroville Guards, our
thanks are hereby tendered for the many favors
which we individually received at their bands
during our stay, lor by their endeavors, no
thing was left undone that could in any way
add to our enjoyment on the occasion.
Resolved, That we look forward to onr third
meeting with the Guards with impatience (no
matter what tbe occasion may be that shall
bring ns to gether) believing it will be a hap
py one, for the Guards and their officers know
well how to make themselves happy with
their friends, and their friends happy with
them.
Resolved, That jwe will remember with
pleasure, that gay little crowd known as the
Oroville Artillery.
Resolved, That our thanks are due and are
hereby tendered to Mr. Hinney, the Super
intendent of the C. N. R. R., for his liberality
in passing us and our partners over his road on
onr late trip, as well as for former favors ; all
of which will be remembered by this company
os kind endeavors of bis to add to our enjoy
ment on all occasions.
Resolved, That the recollections of our late
visit will long remain fresh in the courtscy of
our host at tbe St. Nicholas Uolel, and his
improved rendering ol general orders.
Resolved, That these resolutions be published
iu the Marysville and Oroville papers.
Jas. Leonard,]
1). S. Htams, V Com.
Cbas. Halo, )
Spiritu alism and Free Love.— Recently
in New York, Cora Hatch alias Cora L. N-
Scott, lectured upon spiritualism before a
large audience, among whom were several
clergymen. At the close she invited questions,
and an elderly clergyman asked one which
was answered. The questioner was in his turn
questioned by one William Me Kinley. As
soon as he spoke, a young gentleman io the
audience arose and pointing to McKinslcy
said ; “ I have come here to shame that old
man. lie is my father. He left his wife and
is now living with Cora Hatch in Fast Broad
way. He has beaten my mother and treated
her most shamefully, ami abandoned ber.”
The young man, McKinley, jr., appeared to
have the crowd with him, and was repeatedly
applauded, Mr. McKinley, sen., skedaddled
in the middle of the controversy, while the fair
lecturer, who appeared to k be much excited,
retired to the ante-room in company with some
friends, one or two ladies among the number.
ScOUNDREI.tSM OVER THE MOUNTAINS.—The
Virginia Knterprise tells a story of a gray
haired man who persuaded a girl to run away
from her parents in California and marry him,
and go to that place. Afterwards her people
were reconciled ami the pair went back-
Having obtained employment on a mill build
ing on the Trnekee. he took his young wife
there. After some weeks he sent her to Vir"
ginia city in company with another old man
who on her way there and back made infa
mous proposals to ber which she spurned. On
arriving at, the Truckee she found that her
husband bad sold everything and abandoned
her. She is now in Virginia and about to be
come a mother.
Causes cf Insanity. —ln the report of the
Physician of the State Insane Asylum at Stock
ton, for 18<>3, we find the following list of the
supposed causes of insanity in two hundred and
fifty patients :
Intemperance, males, 11 : epilepsy, males, C ; ty
phoid fever, males, 3 ; spinal, disease, males, I ;
spermatorrhoea, male, I : masturbation, males. It—
female. 1 ; toss of property, mate, I—female, 1 ;
puerperal fever, females. 2 ; suppressed menstrua
tion, females. :t ; hereditary, mates. 4—females, tl ;
intemperance and masturbation, males. 3 ; religion
and politics, male, 1 ; rheumatism, male. 1 ; pover
ty, male. I—female. I ; pecuniary trouble, males,
o- females,2: chronic inflammation of brains,male,
1; religious excitement, males. 7—female, 1 ; dis
appointment in love, males. 4—females, 3 : heredi
tary and masturbation, malo.l ; injury to the head,
males, 3 : family trouble, male. 1 : jealousy, male,
1 - females, 1; bad health, male, 1; sun stroke males.
3 ; prostitution, females. 2 ; secondary syphilis,
males, 2 ; eating opium, male. 1- females. 2; spirit
alism.males,2—females. 2 ; inflammation of the
brain, male, 1; merculi.tr discases.tnale, I; failure in
business, males. 4; softening of brain, female. 1;
leucorrha-a. female, i ; chronic meningitis, male,
1 : cerebral congestion, male, I ; suppressed secre
tions. female. 1 ; consumption, male. I ; paralysis'
male. 1 ; mesmerism, mate, I—female. 1 ; uterine
affection, female. I : Swedeuborgiauism. malo.l ;
paralysis and epilepsy, male. 1 ; unknown, males
103- females. 23. Totals -males. 107 ; females, 55.
Buckley's Advice.— The Esmeralda Star
of the 13th says :
“ On his way to the gallows Buckley met a
young man of his acquaintance ; addressing
him he said—' Will, will you lake a dying
man's advice? 1 realize that my time u but
of a few moments' duration ; 1 know 1 shall
die to day, and therefore I must not be false
to my feelings. Young man, never enter a
dance house: never drink liquor, and keep
out of bad company: bad I taken this advice,
I should not be on my way to the gallows now
Oh ! that I had another life to live 1’ ”
The Bask ok the Sierra NkvaDas,— Updh
presentation by Senator Conness of document
ary evidence from Professor Whitney, United
States Surveyor Beale, Surveyor General
Houghton, and others. President Lincoln has
fixed the western base of the Sierras, on the
line of the Pacific Railroad, at Arcade creek, on
the N orris grant, about seven and a half miles
from Front street, Sacramento. The Act of
Congress providing for the construction of the
Pacific Railroad allows $16,000 per mile in tbe
valleys, and $43,000 per mile for that part of
the road most difficult to construct, commencing
at the western base of the Sierras, and running
thence eastward one hundred and fifty miles.
The Alabama. —Shaughac dates to Jan.
9th bring no confirmation of the blockade of
the Alabama at Amoy. A private letter says
she is reported in the vicinity of Shangbae, and
another reports her coaling at Singapore.
The Russian fleet joined in tbe celebration
of the Twenty second, at San Francisco, by
firing salutes and decorating their ships with
flags —American and Russian. The Russians
appear to be ready to Rear a part with us on
all occasions.
The Union Hational Convention.
The Uoion National Committee (as we learn
by telegraph) met at the residence of Senator
Morgan, in Washington, on the 22d—eighteen
members being present —and, upon consulta
tion, a call was unanimously adopted for a
National Convention, in the following terms ;
The undersigned, who, by original appoint
ment and subsequent delegation to fill vacan
cies. constitute the Executive Committee cre
ated by the National Convention held at Chi
cago. on the 16th of May, 1860, do hereby call
upon all qualified voters who are for the uncon
ditional maintenance of the Union, thesnprem
acy of the Constitution, and the complete
suppression of the existing rebellion, with the
cause thereof, by vigorous war and all appro
priate and efficient means, to send delegates to
a Convention to assemble at Baltimore, on
Tuesday, the 7th day of June, at twelve w., for
the purpose of presenting candidates for the
offices of President and Vice President of the
United States. Each State having a repre
sentation in Congress will be entitled to as
many delegates as shall be equal to twice the
number of Electors to which each State is en
titled in the Electoral College. Signed ; Ed
win D. Morgan, Chairman; Edward McPher
son, Secretary.
The following was also adopted :
Resolved, That, while the Committee has not
authority to decide that the Territories and the
District of Columbia may be represented in the
National Convention, they would nevertheless
invite the said Territories and the District to
send delegates, subject to the decision of the
Convention as to their rights in the premises.
A Protuect.— One of our German citizens
who takes much interest in European affairs,
recently had a vivid dream in reference thereto,
prompted by which he predicts the death of
the Emperor Napoleon doring the coming
month of May. May-be he was “prompted" a
little by a beverage rather too tonic for quiet
slumbers; but, as we don't want to get at
lager heads with him, we take it for granted
that Louis Napoleon's days are short.
A Rebel paper says leather in the Confed
eracy has become so scarce as to render it ex
ceedingly doubtful whether the army can be
shod comfortably the present winter. The cost
of leather now is almost fabulous. For in
stance —5175 to $250 for a pair of boots that
cost before the war $lO.
It is stated that about seven hundred Union
prisoners died in the rebel prison at Richmond
between October Ist and December 31st, 1863
—an average of over seven per day.
The Fur Trade.—The market for furs is
growing qnitc active at the East. Shipments
are occasionally made from this port, and large
numbers of furs are brought to this market from
Oregon for shipment East. Trapping is also
carried on to some extent in the mountains of
California. We had an interview, a few days
since, with Mr. George Beaman, who in com
pany with an old trapper by the name of Fisher,
has recently returned from a trapping jaunt in
the m unlains in the vicinity ot the llenncss
I’ass. They had been cut about three months,
am) brought in quite a quantity of furs, which
were disposed of in this city at the following
prices : Black fox. from S4O to S6O ; silver
grey fox, S2O to S3O ; a cross between the two,
s,'! to $5.50 ; common red fox, $1.50 ; martins,
$2.50 to $4 ; fisher, $2.50 to 88 ; neuter and
common valley fox, from 75c toSl each.— San
Francisco S. and M. Press.
Accounts in the East from Idaho New
York, February 10th. — Captain Fiske, ot the nor.
them overland expedition, reports that fifteen
millions in gold dust are at Idaho awaiting trails'
portation to New York. Over twelve thousand
miners are on the ground, mostly old Californians.
Captain Fiske has a nugget valued at tz |O, as a
present from a miner to President Lincoln. Fiske
estimates the emigration to Idaho this Summer at
a hundred thousand.
SAX FRANCISCO MARKET.
We find the following market reports in the
Cal. Farmer.
FLOUR Snpcrfmc, $4,25 a $4,50; Extra
i $5,25 a $5,50. —per bbl—
WHEAT—per 100 lbs—Shipping 1 50 a 1 55 ;
i Milling, 1 50 a 1 65.
BARLEY—Brewing,sl 00,a 2 00 ; Feed 175a150
O ATS—2 00 a 2 10.
CORN—I SS a 2 (X),
HIDES—Dry, 12a13j c. Green salted Jsa 3.
WOOL—American Fall clip 16 a 10 ; Medium A
low 12 a 15 ; Burry and inf. 9 a 12.
MARRIED.
In San Francisco, at the residence of Horace
Webster, bj Ilev. Abbott E. Kittredge, Judge W. S.
Sakforp, of Oroville, to Miss Annie E. Sawin, of
San Francisco.
We wish the Judge and his fair bride a long life
of unalloyed happiness. May their lives exemplify
the poet's picture of wedded bliss:
“Two souls with but a single thought—
Two hearts that beat as one.”
Notice
IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
concern, that the co-partnership heretofore ex
isting between A. W. Thompson and W. H. Mullen,
under the firm, name and style of Thompson and
Mullen, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Also, that Jthe terms of said d{solution as between
said Partners, are that, the said W. H. Mullen, is
authorized to collect and receive to his own use all
debts and credits due said firm. also, holds himself
liable for all debts owing by said firm.
As witness onr respective hands this 15th day of
February. A. D.IBSI. A. W. THOMPSON.
feb2o Aw Wm. H. MULLEN.
TO LET!!
CHICO OAKERY AND RESTAURANT,
WITH
FIXTURES.
The above establishment, (now doing a good
business.) with a good Lodging House attached,
with bo let on favorable terms if applied for soon.
J.M. NASH.
Chico. February 10th. 1804. (lebiOlm
ROSES' JSTATIOK!
41-2 Miles from Oroville, on the
CAL.NOR.RAILROAD.
W. L.. ROSE, Proprietor.
TIIS old and well known Public House, has
been newly and thoroughly repaired, and the
rooms neatly and elegantly furnished.
The Trave ling Public are respectfully invited to
give him a call.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
The undersigned wishing to return to the At
lantic States, desire to Sell on Rent at reasonable
rates, the above valuable property. For particulars
enquire of the proprietor.
H W- L, ROBE Proprietor-
MARYSVILLE.
A SPLENDID CHANCE It) MAKE MONEY.
1 with to ifll one of the
BEST VINEYARDS,
In the country, consisting of K>, acres of excel
lent VISES, all'bcaring.and from 3 to - years old.
capable of mating 5 ,(K“> gal lons of Wine the coming
year.
one vV ine Press
IS COMPLETE ORDER.
A LARGE DISTILLERY, formating Brandy,with
all the fixtures required, and all Wine Casts needed
in carrying on the business. Also—
jam HOOD DWELLING BOISESjgI
One new Burn. Sheds and Outhouses.
There are two good CELLARS on the place ;
also, a WELL of excellent water, with Force Pump.
I also have on the premises for sale several hun
dred gallons of excellent
California "Wine,
At one dollar per gallon. or less if sold in large lots
Also, several hundred gallons of
BEAISTDY!
Made from Wine, warranted pure and not exclled
in California.
The title warranted. For information relating to
the above, inquire ot the undersigned on the prem
ises. ADAM BCHISSLER,
leb 13tf Y uba City. Sutter county.
A. WALKER,
Corner of Third and E streets,
Marysville,
Has in store and for sale
The Largest and best selected Stock of
Groceries,
Provisions,
And Liquors,
NORTH OF SAN FRANCISCO,
Al! of which he is determined to dispose of
At Low Kates, For Cash.
W ool,Hides,Grain,Meats
And California Produce Generally,
Bought and sold by A. WALKER,
feb 6 tf
GEO. A. FOULK & BRO.,
SUCCESSORS TO S. A. FOULK,
DBAIjERB XIVT
Groceries & Provisions,
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, COAL OIL. NEAT
AND STOCK SALT, FLOUR.
GRAIN, POTATOES AND
PRODUCE GENERALLY.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION.
195 First St., opposite Plaza,
Marysville, 001.
Gr. COHN,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
AMERICAN, GERMAN,
AND
II nvana OlgarS.
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO, ETC.
2VO. -«-« M» SUpHEKV,
[Next door to the California Stage Co's Office,]
MARYSVILLE, CAL.
S. R. ROSENTHAL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Cigars cfc Tobacco
Of the Choicest Brands,
I restem House, Cor. of D and Second Sts.,
M ARYSVILLE,
Cigaritos. Pipes, Playing Cards. Matches, etc.
*3,Orders from the country solicited and promptly
attendrd feb6tl
Western House.
Corner of B and Second Streets,
fi THIS HOUSE IS CENTRALLY LOCA
; j TED, and will be kept as formerly.
First Class House.
Containing ONE HUNDRED well furnished
rooms; it affords the best of accommodations for
Families and Transient Boarders.
t STAGES LEAVE DAILY' FOR
all parts of the State
Jan 16 3m R. M. LOWREY' & CO, Prop’tra.
IMPORTANT I
To Mining Companies.
4*»
The application of
WIRE ROPE
For HOISTING from Shafts and Inclines,
Re duces your Expenditure for Rope
60 per cent.
All kinds of Wire Hope
FLAT AND ROUND.
Pamphlets containing strengths. Ac., of Ropes,
with foil information forwarded free on application
to the Monufacturers.
A. S, HALLIDUE A CX).,
412 Clay Street. San Francisco.
J. M. BROCK. Agent, Orovilie.
Pay Up!
THOSE who owe me are respectfully and ur
gently requested to "pay auwithout delay,
as I am going away. tHOS. WELLS.’
Oroyille, Feb. 20. IS6A.
BANKERS.
FAULKNER & CO.,
BANKERS,
Corner MonUomtry end Myers streets,
OBOTILLE
Highest Prices Paid
.... FOR ....
GOLD DUST
MAKE ADVAKCES OX
GOLD DUST CONSIGNED FOR AS
SAY OR COINAGE
At the l otted States Mint.
COUNTY SECURITIES BOUGHT.
CHECKS SHAWM ON
Donohoe, Ralston & Co.,
San Francisco.
Wells, Farso A Co.'s Exchange
On the Principal Atlantic Cities, FOR SALE.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED. Collecrtww RM*fe.
and a general Banking Basinas* transacted.
E. LANE JOHN CONLT.
E. LANE & GO.,
BANKERS,
Orovlllo.
GOLD DUST BOUGHT.
ADVANCES
Made on Gold Dost for Assay or Coinage at the
United States Mint.
Sight Checks
OK MARYSVILLE AND SAN FRANCISCO.
M- PURCHASE EXCHANGE, MAKE COL
LECTIONS,and transact*GENEßAL BANKING
BUSINESS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
0 Positively &
-“Selling Out*
« FOR GOOD. |
1 I
» etc., etc., etc. “
HAVING ONE OF THE FINEST AND BEST
stocks of
Boots, Shoes, etc.,
of almost every variety ever offered in this market,
and being determined to leaye this burg. I will sell
for a few weeks my
Entire Stock of Goods to dose it Out,
at such prices as is rarely offered
For Cash Only.
A Iso,
A FINE PIANO.
Dwelling House and Lot
For Sale at a Bargain.
Oroville, Feb. ’O4 T. FOGG.
J. M. Brock,
Montgomery St, between Myers and Hnntoon sta,
DEALER IN
HARDWARE.
Crockery, Stoves, and
TIN WATLEJ,
Window Glass,
Powder, Fuse,
Cordage, Lead,
etc., etc.
MANUFACTURER OF
Hydraulic Pipes
AND
IRON HOSE,
House-Roofing and Flooring attended to with
dispatch. tf
Young & Anderson.
¥
WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS,
Opticians & Engravers,
Montgomery Street, Oroville.
All work in our uhe attended to
promptly, and at low rates.
GROCERIES, SC.
J. BLOCH & CO.
KEEP CONSTANTLY OS HASP A
Full and Large Assorted
STOCK OF
GROCERIES,
Provisions,
Wines and Liquors,
Cigars and Tobacco,
Hardware,
Crockery and
Glassware.
As we make our own pnrchasce front first bauds
In San Francisco, ws are enabled to offer the same
to the pnblle CHEAPER than anj other house
■srth of Ma ft*.
DEALERS will find ft to their advantage to ex
amine our stork and prices lieforc purchasing else
where, or before going befow.
AGENCY OF
Kohler & Prohling’s
CALIFORNIA
WINES and BRANDIES
J. BLOCH 4 CO.
G. C. PERKINS,
Wholesale and Retail
DEALER IS
GROCERIES!
Provisions and Produce,
Corner Mjrrn and Montfomrry Sts.,
OROVIL.L.E.
I AM DAILY RECEIVING, and keep constantly
on hand, a large and good assortment of
all articles in my line of business.
Consisting of
CALIFORNIA MEATS,
Butter and Lard,
GRAIN, FLOUR & CORN MEAL,
CAI. AND EASTERN CHEESE,
TEAS, SPICES, PRESERVES, PICKLES AND
PIE FRUIT,
And, In fine, all articles required for Family use.
ALSO
LIQUORS,
Tobacco and Cigars.
•A. Purchasers are invited to give ns a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
AaEKTCY
CHICO FLOUR MILLS.
Geo. C. Perkins.
NOTICE.
0. S. AVERY & CO
Wishing to close business, we offer for sale at
Cost Prices for Cash,
their entire stock, consisting in part of
Groceries,
Provisions,
Liquors,
Oils,
Mining Tools, Rope,
HAT, GRAIN, etc.etc.
W*. Any person wishing to invest in an estab
lished business, will find it to their advantage to
call and see ns.
P. S.—All persons indebted to 0. S. AVERT 4
O.will pleas* rail and settle ac counts and save cost
DRUGS & MEDICINES!
THE VKPEKS'.'.XED HAVING PUR
IBS ch»*o.lof Messrs. Jo-kins A >med»s tho-r
* i st. kofDnpi Hedl inca willcoMioue
*A the buuHSS At the oM stand. (UwOssill,
T>rU£t Store.) ami r k 'eanstantly on liaud a
larce and a ell selected sV■ 'k of
r)tnc»,
Mediciut-s,
Chemicals,
Perfumery,
C'amphenr,
Paints,
Oils, N.C., \r.
*#• Particn'ur care - . to 'mi eittutny Pre
achpuoos.and iMsi-eii-sa.. Medicines.
COLTON & DAKKACII.
a. mcdeemott,
W HOLES ALE A X D RETAIL
DSUGG-I ST!
MoH(g»mcr7 Street*
„tfI>fiSIRESTO RETURN HIS <INCEREg
yw thanks to his many friends for their pi- nf
tr'-uage-'i him as \. Mv Ivrmott .and
Randall ami McDermott. and Colton and MrDer
mol. and respectfully solicits a continuance of
their favors.
Havitur bought <>nt the interest of ray partner. I
shall l*e at much less expense, and l>e enabled to
sell goods at San Francisco orices. and would beg
all those making purchases m my line, to give me
a call at my old stand, next door t«» the St. Nicho
las hotel, as 1 will make it to their advantage so to
do.
1 am agent f.>rlhc following PATENT MEDI
CINES, which 1 can warrant genuine-
WISTAR’B BALSAM,
G UTSOTT S S ARS A U ARILLA,
SAND'S do
TOWNSEND’S do
1
BULL’S do
CORBETT’S do
JAYNE’S MEDICINES.
AYER’S CHERRY I’ECTOBAL,
DbGRATH’S ELECTRIC Oil.,
ANTIPHLOGISTIC SALTS,
WRIGHT’S, COOK’S,
LEE’S, and other PILLS,
OSGOOD S INDIA CHOLAGOGUK
POLLARD’S ANTIMALARIA
PILLS, Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac.
A large and choice selection of
PAINTS, OILS. &C.,
always on hand, which 1 will sell at a small ad
vance on cost, for cash. fltf
A. P. Boyd & Co,
—Dealers in
Stoves, Hardware, Crockery, Stoneware, Glas
ware. Tinware, Sheet-iron ware. Wood and
Willow-Wsre. Cordage. Powder. Fuse,
Coal,Casteel. Quicksilver, Pumps
Lead Pipe, Rubber Hose, Tar,
Garden Seeds, Shot. Far
mers* Mechanics*
And Miners'
Tools.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Auburn and West Branch Lime.
Montgomery St. (bet. Huntoon and Lin ooln sts.)>
Orovillc;
WHERE THEY WILL RE PLEASED TO
see all who desire any goods in their line
as they are prepared to f-irni.-h go*ds at prices that
defy competition; and all goods >«<ld are warranted
to give satisfaction to the most fastidious, tf
iS WATCHES.
Watches! Watches!
CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS.
Jewelry, Jewe In, Jewelry. |
At SMITH’S, SMITH’S, SMITH’S, }
At Geo. E. Smith’s.
J
CHEAP FORCASH."
Also, gold and silver specta I
cles. Pin*. Thimbles. Chains, Cor- j
| ais. Silver and Plated Cups, Cake Baskets/i
Spoons, Forks, Ac.. Ac.
Watches and do ks cleaned in the best pos *
sible manner.
Engravin? Neatly Executed.
JEWELRY MADE AND REPAIRED.
Agent for the American Watches.
Agent for Wheeler A Wilson’s 31 i
Sewing Machines. m: .
Fruit Trees, Fruit Trees!
9
For sale at the butte nursery,
Butte Valley.
Sales Room, at the corner of
Montgomery and Myers street. Oroville.
where will be found a large and >tle» l stock of all
varieties of Fruit Tree*. Ornamental trees, vine*
and shrubbery, at the lowest prices.
Parties wishing to plant trees this season will do
well to call and examine my stock before purcha
sing elsewhere. R. C. ROSE. Proprietor
Feh 6 Ira

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