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Local and County Matter*. AGENTS: THOS.BOrCE , SAX FRAXCISCO WM. H. TOBET S*« FnocUco S. R. ROSEXTHAL Marysville. D.P.SMITH Forbestown S. BOWLES Pioe Creek J.C. SODS AS Chico Horrible Death. — We regret to announce the death of an o!d and weil known citizen of this place, Lyman Bristol, at Jack’s ranch, on Friday last. He came to bis death in a sudden and terrible manner. As be was coming down the “Virginia Hill,’ with a six horse team, and wagon heavily laden with pitch, the brake got oat of fix. and he checked up to repair it. The horses suddenly started, throwing him under the wheel, which passed over his left leg, breaking and terribly man gling it at the thigh and below the knee, and scraping the fiesh from his right temple to the bone. He remained in this suffering condition upon the road side for some two hoars, when be was taken in the stage to Jack’s ranch, where he lived bat a few minutes. Mr. B. has been a resident of Butle county for the past fourteen years. He first settled in Fea ther river valley, in 'SO. below Hamilton. He was a native of lie Kalb county, Illinois, where his relatives still reside. Public Examination.— The examination of Teachers of the Public Schools of Butte coun ty took place in the Oroville school houre, on the 11th instant. Members of the Board rep resented, Isaac Uphatn, County Superinten dant, S. W. W. Cooghey, and A. Wright- The teachers that presented themselves as ap plicauls for certificates were as follows : The Misses S. S. Eckert, A. O. Brown, E. C. Young ; Messrs. Alonzo P. Moore, S. F. Gates and A. P. Williams. The examination was conducted orally, and terminated to the satis faction of the Board. We infer from the thoroughness of the examinations which have taken place in this county daring the past year, that the schools were iu the most pros perous condition, certainly so if the procuring of competent teachers tend to their advance ment. We hope to hear of similar zeal mani Tested for the improvement of schools in sister counties. Pleasant Home.— We spent a few pleasant hours, the other Jay, in company with a friend, at the beautiful residence of D. W. Wording, Esq This homelike collage, was erected some six years ago by the artistic skill and industry of the Proprietor. The enclosure surrounding it is filled with a large and choice variety of fruit and shade trees The walks and cottage are buried iu a thicket of sbrubbi ry, roses and honeysuckles. The productiveness of a large number of Blackberry bushes is m st remark able. The vines for twn and three feet from the top are so thickly set with fruit lhat cov era them from view. This properly is lor Sale. Turpentine and Uosi.n. —The proprietor of the turpentine distillery at Dogtown, Mr. Jones, gave us a shoit call on Thursday last, on his way to the Bay. He had wiih him some of the finest specimens of rosin we ever looked upon He presented us with a quan tity of turpentine, of his own manufacture, the quality of which we have fully tested in our way of using it—“washing rollers.” Printer’s ink flows from its touch from the cylinder and rolls in a rapid manner. That ought to be considered a lest of its good qualities. Hensley's Grant. — On Monday the 13th ult, the mandate from tbe Supreme Court of the United Slates was filed in the U. S. Dis tiict Court, at San Francisco, and the case dismissed. A certified copy of papers are in tbe bands of A. Maurice, Jr., one of the at torneys for the settlers. The settlers on this pretended claim of Hensley will receive this news with great satisfaction* and much credit is due to the perseverance and energy of the attorneys iu defeating the claim. Entertainment and Presentation. —The ladies of Oroville will give an entertainment at Armory Hall, on Friday June 24th. at 8 r. si , on which occasion a flag purchased by the ladies will be presented to the Oroville Guards. After the presentation, supper and dancing. A general invitation is extended to all. Admission, one dollar each ; chil dren over ten, twenty five cents. Any money left on band, after expenses aie paid will be given to the Sanitary fund. Juvenile Concert for the Benefit of the Sanitary Fund A number of the school children of Oroville, we are informed, will give a concert at Armory Hall, on Wednesday eve ning. June 22J. for the benefit of the Sanitary Fund. The entertainment will commence at 8 o’clock f. y This is a creditable and noble undertaking on the part of cur school children, and we bespeak for them a liberal patronage. Admittance, 25 cents ; children half price. Fatal Accident.— A man by the name qf John Alehoru was suddenly killed at Dogtown on Thursday last. He was unloading Doxes of rosin from a wagon, sliding them down a plank, and bad bis foot resting upon the end of it, when tbe plank slipped throwing him on the ground, and the box of rosin, weighing some ihree hundred pounds, falling upon and crushing his breast. He lived but an hour alterwards. He and a brother formerly resi ded in Stringtowu, in this county. Stabbing Aff air.— On Saturday noon last two China Johns, near the corner of Myers aud Bird streets, got into a quarrel over busi ness matters, and pitched in furiously to fight it out. The smaller John getting the worst of it. drew a large knite and infl.cted a severe wound iu his antagonist's right arm; also sev oral in bis right side, and one iu the foot. Chivalry John made his escape through tbe back way and has not been heard from since. Bas Mining. —Faulkner A Co. are rapidly preparing to cvMnmence work on their old mi Ding claims on the bar These claims have for tbe past several years richly remunerated the owners, and given work to a large number of men. In about ten days they will be ready to commence wa-hit g. and judging from tbe unusually lavruable reason it will prove more profitable than any previous year. The Union Hotel Company expect to com plete the work on Ibis new aud Ceiaamodious building ard have it iu readiness for furnish inp by tbe first of July. We understand Cept. Bird has already received a greater portion of tbe furniture, ard wiil be folly prepared by tbe Fourth to give a grssd opening ball Fourth of July at Oroville. Tbe following programme has been adopted by the committee of arrangements for the cel ebration of the Fourth of July, at Orovii'e : Ist. National salute of thirteen goes, at sunrise, by the Orovilie Artillery. 2d. At a signal gan and call of the Band the citizens and visitors will assemble on the north side of the Plaza, where a procession will be formed by ibe Marshall of the day, which nil! movedjwn Bird Street to second Avenue, and along second Avenue to Mont gomery st, up Montgomery st. to Mjers st., along Myers street to Bird st., along Bird st. to Downer street. ORDER OF EXERCISES IT THE OROT*. Ist. Music by tbe Band. 2d. Prayer by the Chaplain. 3J. Music by the Band. 4th. Reading Declaration of Independence by James M. Burl, Esq. stb. Music by the Band. 6th. Oration by Hon. F, M. Smith. 7th. Music by the Band. After which the procession will re form, and march to the Plaza, and be dispersed. Federal salute at sundown, of thirty-four guns. Grand display of 6re works, and ball in the evening. Marshal of the day—Maj. A. G. Simpson, Aids—Capt. Geo. C. Perkins, and Capt. E. Dunham. Warning.—A correspondent writing tons from Rock Creek, uudvr date of June fifteenth says it is highly necessary for all persons re siding near the foothills between Feather river and Deer creek to be on the lookout and make preparations to prevent another Indian Massa cre, similar to those which have occurred an nually during the harvest season, when men are most hurried with work. There is more danger this season than usual, from the fact of the abortive effort to remove the Indians to tbe Reservation; it resulted in driving many to the mountains to steal their food. Several bands of these fiends have been seen prowling up and down the country night and day. Those living on the border settlements can not be too cautious. As far as heard from. Butte reports two "radical democrats." One of these hombres claimed to be a peace democrat and an admi rer of Vallandigbam; the other, an abolitionist and followei of Weudall Phillips. Chico is the Banner town-hip in this county for raising grain. We understand from an old citizen of that place that but a sufficient quantity has been harvested for bread, feed and seed the present season The three schools, Chico number one. Rock Creek and Mud creek, have organized a lyce um. The members of the d.ffep t schools assemble at Mud creek every Saturday night. Tbe question (or discussion the next evening is—Resolved,That the earth is flat. New Catholic Chi rcu.—We are informed that the Germans in Sutter und Butte coun ties are active in making preparations to erect a Catholic Cnurch near tbe lines of these two counties. It is located n tar Bokeman's ranch. New Advertisements.—We call attention to the new advertisements today. Jo-cph Bloch d: Co., whi lesale and retail dealers in groceries, provisions, etc. Guldm Gate res taurant. Harvesting in Hamilton Township is about over, and the farmers have commenced thresh ing their grain. Crops are very short, not averaging fourth of a crop. The health of this county is unusually good for this season of the year, although there are some very aggravated cases ol scarlet fever and erysipelas. The following letter, banded to us for publi cation by Capt. 11. B. Hint, explains itself: Uf AI (JI'ABTEBS FoIKTII INFANTRY HaTTALIOS. j Fucktu Brigade c'alieokma Militia. . Marysville, June Ulb, I>U4. 1 C.att.ain :—I have tn infuriu you that. In pursu ance nt your letter, dated Jane 3d. LStj-4. accepting my invitation to participate in the celebration ot the 4th day of July next, in this city, i have made all necessary arrangements or the accommodation and comloit 1 1 y ....1 and men, upon that occa sion. at the M. Nicholas Hotel. lie knot enough to advise me. a few days bef re tlie 41h. as to your proposed tune of starting from Uroviile for this city, and as to the probable time ol arrival heie, so that 1 may be enabled to luruisb yon wild a proper e-e .rt. l.et me suggest that, if convenient to you, I would la pleased lo see yon here on Sunday, the 3d of July. Capt. Brown, ot Camptonville. and Capt. Webb, ot Brown's Valley .will arrive here on Sunday. Very respectfully, your ob'i serv't, ' C. I>. HUBBAUO. Maj. Com'd'g 4th lut. But. 4lh Brigade C. M. Cart-H. B. lICN'T, Com'd'g O. Cl. olh B. C. M. Sherman's Campaign.—A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, in an account of General Sherman's campaign up to the time of bis victory over Johnston at Resaca. Georgia, sums up the results as follows ; For tbe benefit of those croakers echo are never satisfied w ith the results of onr move ments upon the enemy. 1 will briefly slate wherein our victory consists. We have driven the enemy over forty milt's, compelled him to evacuate a position at Buzzard Roost that may be justly styled the stronghold of the Conled eracy. recovered a large amount of territory, repulsed Johnston in every afack upon our lines, taken 4.000 prisoners, compelled him to abandon his tonifications near Resaca and de stroy his whole ammunition and supply trains: inflicted heavy loss upon him. and demoraliz'd bis army to a great extent. As an i ff-et. tbe enemy has taken but 100 or 150 prisoners, in flicted a loss upon us e'qual to their own. and by their precipitate retre-at stimulated our troops to greater i Sorts when they again meet Johnston and his horde upon the fieid of battle. General Burnside's Fart in the Great Drama—When Gen. Grant discovered the large reinforcements that Lee's army was re ceiving. he ordered Gen Burnside to march to Washington with 30,000 of his 40 000 troops, encamped at Annapolis. The remaining 10.000 proceeded to Fortress Monroe, to help Butler s operations. The special duty assigned to Burnside was that of protecting Washington. He detached bis biaok troops, some S.OOO men. and placed them ia the fortifications and stock ades along the railroad between Alexandria and the Rappahannock. With the remaining 22 000 be f 1. -w d after the main column under Grant, making recoosofeanoes to the North to see that Lee did not dispatch any considerable force toward the city ot Washington. Grant crossed the Rappahannock and opened the fight on Wednesday, Burnside, instead of halting, pressed hard after Grant, and by a forerd march of 25 miles, reached the field of bailie on I hursday evening The next day, be went into the fight with bis corps of Reserves, wnh at! the dash and bravery that signalized Marshal Ney. at tbe head of Napoleon's Old Guard His promptitude and intrepidity saved our lines from impending disaster on several occasions, on bloody Friday. All honor to the heroic patriot. Burnside.— Cc-'-rspridfTe n* ] V- Z SJI < The Pathfisdxs.—The Stockton Independ ent, in referring to the position in which Fre mont has placed himself by his late letter accepting the Cleveland nomination, handles the factious nominee without gloves. It says: His insolent tetter of acceptance has placed a river as flaming and impassable as the Styx between himself and all true patriots. He. the weak, ex:rsvagant fool, who wasted, every month, on fine feathers and body guards, more than the yearly wages of the President, to prate of public extravagance in the Administration! is simply the whine of an idiot, and will be so universally regarded. He. who never for a month at a stretch could live in harmony with his brothers in the army or his own party in politics, is a beautiful duck 10 talk of Ameri canizins the foniioeot, and welding all antag onisms into one harmonious whole. He has nei'ber the temper nor the breadth of intellect to fit him as President of a republic as large as Hay'i. He is essentially a factionist—of the dark R bespterrean sort, who would lend him self to any work of public destruction, in order to achieve personal distinction. The men of this nati -n understand and quietly ostracise him and his kind. When the men cast him off. the poor erta ure essays to be a leader among garrulous old women. With such a staff and Ki chen Cabinet, he a-saiis the Administration and di-tributes the dregs and squeezings of his shallow brain throughout the land for mischief. He w ill not cet a corporal s guard vote in any State of the Union; and they who do snpport him are, in our opinion, not a whit wiser or better than that other sort of fanatics and traitors who support Jeff. Davis. Indeed, the Davis set have the advantage in not following a positive fool as well as a man of dark and damning ambition. A Tolthino Incident of the Battle Field. An army correspondent of the Xew York Tribune gives the following account of an incident of the late battle of the Wilderness : Far down the plank road where Hancock fought, beyond the thickest rebel dead, lay a boy severely w .unded, perhaps not less a soldier that he was but a boy He bad fallen the day before, when we were farthest advanced, anil had remained unmolested within the rebel lines. They had not removed him, and he was alone with the rebel dead when I rode up. The poor fellow was crawling about, gathering violets. Faint with loss of blood, unable to staid, he could not resist the tempting flowers, and bad already made a beautiful bouquet. Having caused a stretcher to be sent lor, I saw him taken up tenderly and borne away, wearing a brave, sweet, touching smile.” The Sanitary Find Trinity Journal says of the late Sanitary festival in that county; The festival has been a magnificent success. We ure unable lo give the net receipts in this is.ue, but they will exceed SoO.OOO. All honor to the loyal ladies of Trinity county, under whose management the movement was initiated, and equal honor to the liberal spirit in which our citizens have responded to their call. Our little county occupies a proud position in the Sanitary ranks, and the heart of many a wounded hero will gladden from her bounty. We claim the banner, fur, in proportion to population (1.200 voles), none of our sister counties have done as well. The London Times Taken Down. —The Philadelphia Press thus sharply criticizes a paragraph in the London Times : ‘‘ The present prospects of the Confederates in this fourth year ot the civil war are certainly brighter than they ever were before.” Thus the London Times of the 3J instant begins one of its heavy leaders on the American war. Not less than three blunders are contained in this little sentence. "Present prospects brighter than they were” is an absolute "bull.” "This fourth year of the war” implies another fourth year of the war. "Prospects brighter than they ever were before' is a gross pleonasm. We are not surprised at the falsehoods of the Times, but there is no reason why it should not lie in good Kngli-h. Will be a Candidate. —We learn from a letter, received in this town last evening, that the Hon Tom Shannon wilt allow bis name to co before the Convention, in this District, as a candidate for Congress. — Quincy Union. On the Death of a Daughter of James Robinson, of Butte Creek. BY A SISTER. She lias gone from earth b) Heaven To dwell with God on high Where rhri't »he blessed Saviour, Will wipe the weeping eye. We have laid her down to rest, Beneath the mouldering sod, Her tomb i- near by us, • Her spirit is with God. We loved her, yes we loved her, Her life t • all was dear. Her hand was kind and gentle. Her voice was calm and clear. Her sojourn here was short, Ten summers numbered all lake angels visits here below, Uu this terrestrial ball. Loaned to us not given, She soon was snatched away. That we might have a jewel in Heaven, To lead our souls that way. O. what changes, solemn changes, Has unlinked our happy band, Since God has called our tlly To dwell at bis right hand. But yet we hope to meet her Where the heart can feel no sorrow. An undivided family. With Christ our elder brother. birth. At Fairview, Butte county, June 9th, 1564, the wife of J. Byers, of a son. DIED. On Sucker Run. Butte county, Slay 31st, 1*64, Nicholas Kelly, seed 3* years. He was a native of the county of Dublin, Ireland. St. Louis (Mo.) and Dublin papers please copy. At Cherokee. Butte County. June 10th. Dela ware. x n of Thomas and Margaret McDanel. Aged. four inonth> and tweuty-nine days. YOUNG & ANDERSON, WATCHSAKERS, JEWELLERS, Opticians & Engravers, Montgomery Street, Orovllle. 4LL WORK in our line attended to prfnir>»?T tad »113» GROCERIES, &C. GEO. C. PERKINS, Wholesale A Retail Dealer ia GROCERIES! Provisions K Produce, Corner Mjrm and Montgomery St*., OROVILLE. I AM DAILY RECEIVING, and keep constantly on band, a Urge and good assortment of all articles in my line of business. Consisting of CALIFORNIA MEATS, Butter and Lard, GRAIN, FLOUR & CORN MEAL, CAE ASD EASTER .V CHEESE. TEAS. SPICES, PRESERVES, PICKLES ANT PIE Flint, Anil, in due, all articles required f u r Family use - also - IjIQUORS, Tobacco and Cigars. •A- Purchasers are invited to give me a call be fore purchasing elsewhere. Forwarding and Commission. Money advanced on Grain stor<d In my Warehouse. AGENCY CHICO FLOUR MILLS. GEO. C. PERKINS. J. M. CLARK HOME AG-AIKT I AT lIIS OLD STOKE, On My era Street, between Montgomery and Bird, OROVILLE, I WILL BE PLEASED TO MEET ▼ ▼ my old friends and Customers. I have just received from first hands in San Francisco, a full assortment of Fresh Goods, And will be receiving from day to daj* any and all goods in my line, consisting in part us follows : GROCE RIES, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS. TOBACCO. SHOVELS, PICK HANDLES, AXE HANDLES, AXES, ROPE, COAL OIL, NAILS, FLOUR, BARLEY, CORN MEAL, 4C„ iC„ A share of t-onr patronage is respectfully solici ted. Order, promptly attended t'*. and poods de livered free of charge to any reasonable distance. J. M. CLARK. OroTille.June 4.1564. 31-tf A. G. SIMPSON, MONTGOMERY ST. OROVILLE. Wholesale A Retail Dealer in BOOKS A AND— STATIONERY! Staple and Fancy Articles, SCHOOL BOOKS: Violin and Guitar String*, Japanese Cabinets! ' % AND WORK BOXES. «S. Orders from the country solicited, and promptly attended to. December 21st, 1861. W. M- ELLIOTT, Wholesale and Retail LIQUOR DEALER, Huntoon Si. .between Montgomery and Pine, Orovllle. LAGER BEER, From the Celebrated Brewery of E. S, C. GRUHLER, Sacramento, CONSTANTLY on hand. OrotCT# Star 5, lS*i- SBETf MARYSVILLE. LATEST SPRING STY L E S ! XOW RECEIVING BT FLETCHER & HOBSON. A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF SPRING A ND >I MMER GOODS, Comprising Novelties in Press Goods, T;l: POPLIN', on ALLIES. GLAICE MOHAIRE. TRAVELLING DRESS GOODS. MOURNING DRESS GOODS. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. FOULARDS. FRENCH ORGANDIES, LAWNS AND CHAMBREVS. ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND AMERICAN PRINTS. GINGAAMS. LINEN. SAWN3. Ae.. SUMMER SIIAWS.i DUSTERS, SILK AND LACE SACKS, MANTILLAS, PARASOLS. SUNSHADES. LADIES’ AND MISSES’ HATS, NEW TRIMMINGS. EMBROIDERIES, ENGLISH lIOISERY, LINEN 11 ANDKERCAIEFS. Also. s complete variety of Staple and House-Keeping Goods, IRISH LINENS, BLEACHED MUSLINS. LINNEN AND COTTON, SHEETINGS, TOWELS, TABLE LINEN AND NAPKINS. SILK AND WOOL. CURTAIN DAMASKS, LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS, WHITE AND COLORED. MARSEILLES QUILTS, CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. BRUSSELS, THREE PLV. AND INGRAIN. COCOA AND STRAW MATTING, SHADE HOLLANDS i FIXTURES, CORNICES MATS AND RUGS. Floor Oil Cloths, 3 TO 13 FEET WIDE. The above Goods will be offered at Low Prices. Country orders carefully tilled and forwarded promptly. FLETCHER & HOBSON, NO. 31, D STREET. MARYSVILLE. BUCKEYE MOWER ! TO FA li MER S' UJ E WITH GREAT CONFIDENCE OFFER the Buckeye Machine f r tlrs season, know ing it to be superior X<> any MOWER f>r sale, and that it will sustain the reputation it has made for the past three years.in surpassing any other MOW ER, in the f dkwing respects : Being better made ; much stronger and more durable ; will run lighte ; cut cl *str with greater ea-e l<> the leam.aud no side draught. We can bring twenty Farmers to say the »K KFAb is superior to any other Mower, to one who can be found prejudiced against it. The • Buckeye Mower" are ol two sizes—cutting 4 feet, and 4 feet inches. The Buckeye as a Mower. The important advantages which belong to the Buckeye as a Mower are retained in the Reaper, and can be used as a Mower or Reaper by attaching the Platform and Reel. Though importing largely of them, wc have been for the last two years unable to supply the increasing demand lor them. They are belter adapted to the wants of California Farmers than any Combined Machine for sale. It will adapt itself to any surface of ground, will run lighter, and deliver its grain easier and better than any other Reaper. The Raker’s seat is directly over the Axle «*f the Machine, instead of being on the Platform, where it adds greatly t » the draught. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR HAINES’ “ILLLN JIS" HEADER This is the only HEADER which during the pa*-t six years ha* stood the test and given general satis fact ion .all others.which have been tried have proved failures, and have been withdrawn from the mar ket as unsaleable. ALSO, SOLE AGENTS FOR AC LIMA NS Sweepstakes Thresher, Together with a full assortment of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. GEO. XOHTII iW ( 0,, Corner of E and First street, Marysville. HAWLEY to.. Corner California and Battery sts..San Francsico, (ap2 3m J. M. BROCK, Montgomery St. between Myers and Huntoon sts. DEALER IN HARDWARE, Crockery, Stoves, —AND— TIN W ARE, Window Glass, Powder, Fuse, Cordaee, Lead. Etc., MANUFACTURER of JEiydrau-lic Pipes, AND IRON HOSE, Hoose-Boofug and Flooring attended to .with dlepetvb tf MARYSVILLE. LADIES! NOW IS YOUR TIME DRY GOODS AND CARPETS AT COST! -AT- A. MORRIS & CO’S. Second Street, next to Fay's Emit Store. MARYSVILLE. IF YOU WANT BARGAINS COME O.\E. COME AIL. All those indebted to us are respectfully request ed to call and settle. feb 12 FASHIONABLE CLOTHING! FOR THE ENSUING SPRING & SI MMER SEASONS. M. SHREYR & CO., Have Just received direct from tie Eust a large stock of lice Custom Made Clothing, OF BROADWAY STYLE, NEW YORK. To whi- h the attention f the residents of Or \ i'e and Butte County generaliy is respectfully invited French Cassimere Suits, Also, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN Fine Business anti Walking Suits. Of the latest importati ns and greatest variety. Also a great variety ot Furnishing Goods, togclh er with a tine stock of Youth & Boys’ Clothing. i Also, Cassimeres. Beaver Cloths, Velvet, etc , etc. Silk Vestings. Indian Tanned. Gloves, Trunks aud Vali>es. Clothing made to order on the most approved Style and at abort notice. M. SHREYR & fc t . No. 59. D. St. Marysville, opposite Western House S. R. ROSENTHAL, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Cigars and Tobacco OK TISK CHOICEST BRANDS, Western House, Cor. of D and Second Streets. MARYSVILLE. Cigai iotos. Pipes, Playing Cards, .1/ .ITCHES, ETC., Orders from the country solicited and promptly attendrd to*u& febGtf WESTERN HOUSE. Corner of I) aud Second Streets, M AUYSVILLE. ££& THIS HOUSE IS CENTRALLY LOCA TED, and will be kept as formerly. FIRST CLASS HOUSE. Cont lining ONE HUNDRED well furnished rooms; it affords Hie l>e>t of accommodations for Families and Transient Boarders. m, STAGES LEAVE DAILY FOR .'£r IrTiT all parts of the State Tan 16 3id R. M. LOWREY & GO, Prop'trs. GEO. A. FOULK & BRO.. (SUCCESSOR TO S. A. FOULK.) Dealers iu Groceries & Provisions, LIQUORS, TOBACCO. COAL OIL. NEAT AND STOCK SALT, FLOUR, GRAIN, POTATOES AND PRODUCE GENERALLY. FORWARDING N. COMMISSION. It. FI .it St., opposite Plaza, MARYSVILLE, CAL. G. COHN, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN AMERICAN, GERMAN AND II ava xx tv Clgai-S- Smoking ik Chewing Tobacco, Etc., NO. 46, D STREET, [Next door to the Califcrnia Stage Co’s Office,] MARYSVILLE, CALIFORNIA. HATS! HATS! THE NEW STYLE FOR SPRING AND SUMMER, 1564, IS NOW READY AT MeussdortTers’ Hat Manufactory, Corner of D and Second Streets, M ARYSVILLE, And C 35 GOT Commercial Street, SAN FRANCISCO. WE WISH TO CALL ATTENTION TO OUR ▼ T large and well selected stock ot fine Ameri can and French White. Drab. Brown and BLACK BRAVER CAS>IMERE HATS. jn-t received which were selected by Mr. J. MEUSSDORRFFER himself at New York, which in regard to quality and style cannot be excelled ; we also keep con-eantly on hand a large assortment rf Boys, hat* and cap-, ladies'riding hats, etc. etc, which will be sold at very reasonable price?- Every Every kind of hat- made to order at MKUSSDORFFER*S HAT MANUFACTORY, A. WALKER, Corner of Third and E Streets, MAKYSVILLE. Has in store and for sale THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, NORTH OF SAN FRANCISCO, All of which he is determined to dispose of A| Low Katei, For CMil. Wool, Hides, Grain, Meats, And California Produce Generally. Bought and sold by A. WALKER* fab S tf MISCELLANEOUS. DRUGS & MEDICINES! n THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PCS €3/chased of Mr. A. McDermott bit entire Stock ijf f Dirg® and Medicine®, wi”. continue the hnsines® at t e Old St.ind of A. McDermott. (OROVILLE). ai d w. keen constantly on band a Urge and well selected stock cf Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Perfumery, Camphene, Paints, Oils, &c., &c. Particular caiepaidt' compounding Prescrip tions. and Dispensing Medicine*. COLT N & D ARK AII. OROVILLE MARKET! Having purchased of John green held the Batcher sh m known as the Oroville Ma ket nlf ntg merj Street, ooder the Odd Fed* lows Hall, we shall continue ihe business at the old stand. We keep constantly oa hand The Very Best of Meats, And of every variety the market aff i ds. No pMns will be spam! to till all orders in the most satisLic- Uuy manner, while purchasers can re<t assured that they will be served with such an article as rep resented. ALL MEATS DELIVERED FREE OP CHARGE. All orders will receive prompt attention, and a fair .-bare of the public patronage i® re-pov tfully W W. DENT • N , marc a 26 tf J.G. IRWIN. CITY MEAT MARKET -BY— SCHWEIN & MUST, MONTGOMERY ST. OROVILLE. * WE KEEPCONSTANT tly on land a large and sppleudid assortment of BEEF, PORK, MTTON, And meats of every variety, and the beat the Country Market affords. orders Filled in the most satisfactory and accommodating manner. All meats delivered free of charge to all parts of the City. A liberal share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited. SCHWEIN & HUST. —T I GREAT REDUCTION! | watchesTclocks, I JEWELRY, FANCY GOODS | AND SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE AT GEO. E. SMITH’S —JE WEL R Y STORE,— AX VERY REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH, j C"1 Ot.D AND SILVER SPECTACLES. W Rings, Pins. Chain®. Corals, Silver and Plated Cups, Cake Baskets, Spoons, Forks, i etc., etc. Watches, Clocks and Accord eons neatly 1 repaired. Agent for the HOWE SEWING MACHINE, These Machines will sew fine or coarse ma* terial, make® the lock stitch, will not rip or lavel, nor break the thread—price from $6O , | upwards Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods. ! Highest market price paid for Greenback® , in goods. Geo, E. Smith. m o PHIL- FARRELLY, Wholesale Dealer in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Wines 8c Liquors HUNTOON STREET. OROVILLE. rwiHE UNDERSIGNED BEING THANKFUL ■ to his friends and the public generally, for their liberal patronage for the la®t eight years, so licits a continuance of the same, a® he has spared no expense in fitting up his place of business, and building a FIRE PROOF VAULT,is now prepared to wait on his customers, and guarantee he will serve up nothing bat the best of French Brandies, Fine Old Whiskey. Holand Gin. Wine- and Kngli-h Ale and Porter, and Pure Native Wines, and will sell in quantities to suit the grade, as cheap as an*. House North of San Francisco. Agent for Lyons Co’s. Ale and Oregon Cider. Keeps always on hand a large and well -elected stock. n2S if Oroville. May 14. 1364. PHILIP FARRELLY. A. P. BOYD & GO., Dealers In— * Stove®. Hardware, Crockery. Stoneware. G:asa ware. Tinware, Sheet iron ware. Wood t*Ld Willow-Ware. Cordage. Powder. Fu®e f Coal,Casteel, Quick-ilver, Pomps Lead Pipe, Rubber Hose. Tar, Garden Seeds. Shot. Far- . mere’ Mechanics’ And Miners’ Tools. • MANUFACTURERS OF Tin, Copper nnd Sheet Ironware ALSO, AGENTS FOR Auburn and West Branch Lime. Montgomery St. (bet. Hanloon and Lincoln eta.) Oroville f if, HERE THEY WILL BE PLEASED TC ▼ ▼ see all who desire any goods in their line as they are prepared to furnish goods at prices that defy competition; and ail goods sold are warranted to gif* dfcwafactioo to tbe most fastidroot. tf