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THE UNION RECORD.
A Legend about Lawyer*.
There are a large number of funny
stories in vogue relating to the turpitude
of the legal profession, and the difficulty
the members thereof will have to get
into heaven. Vet, as the lawyers usu
ally enjoy a joke as much as anybody
else, even at their own expense, they will
read with edification this latest attack
upon them, which we translate from a
recent French work, and which, oddly
enough, is called a "Good Woman's
Story ”:
Whilst our Lord was on earth, wan
dering about with Lis disciples, they
were once overtaken by night in the
midst of a cornfield. ‘'Master,’’ said
St. Peter, addres.-ing the Savior, “de
sirest thou that we should go and seek
a lodging in yonder cabin 1” Our Lord
answered in the affirmative. Reaching
the cabin, an aged man received and
welcomed them, and prepared them a
repast. After they had seated them
selves at the table, there entered one of
the disciples. “And what do you want?’’
demanded the ho>t. "Fear nothing,”
exclaimed St. Peter, “He is one of us.”
“It is well,” responded the old man. in
viting the newcomer to take a place by
the side of his companions. A few
moments, and anoth r appeared, and
then another, and so on until the twelve
were all within. All likewise accepted
the host’s invitation. “Patience!” ex
claimed the old man to himself, “w here
one guest leads, a hundred may follow.”
•The next morning, St. Peter thus ad
dressed the old man : “He to whom thou
hast extended thy hospitality is the
Lord. If thou hast any favor to request
of Him, speak, and I will obtain it in
thy name.” The old man, who was a
great gambler, asked, without hesitation
or ceremony, always to be the winner
at cards. His request was granted.
Like all men, his days were numbered,
and Death came for him. As he was
traversing space, he perceived two de
mons in charge of the soul of a lawyer.
“Halloo, sirs,” he exclaimed to the
demons, “will you stop and have a
game with me 1” An invitation which
the demons, desiring no better thing,
for they invented cards, at once accept
ed. “But w hat shall we play for ?”
they inquired, “thou hast no money.”
“True,” replied the old man. “Sup
pose,” he continued, after a pause, “J
stake my soul, a good one, against the
soul in your charge, which has not the
value of a maravedi.” “So be it,”
replied the demons, and the play began.
It is unnecessary to state that the old
man won the lawyer’s soul, took charge
of it, and bore it along with him.
On reaching the gates of heaven, St.
Peter, observing the ancient proprietor
of the cabin, said to him : “Enter, for
I know thee well. But thou art not
alone ; what black soul is that thou bast
with thee !” “1 am not alone,” replied
the old man, “for God always loves the
society of many. This soul, so sullied
with ink, is the soul of a lawyer.”
“There is no place for such In heaven,”
replied St. Peter,“come in by yourself.”
\\ hen thou earnest into my cabin,” said
the old man, “twelve came w itb thee. I
have but one in my company. Wbv
should he not be admitted, since, where
one guest leads, a hundred may follow?”
A Warm Bath Wager.
Smith was a man who never permit
ted himself to be outdone—lie would
do whatever anybody else could. Smith
mot Brown knowing the other's con
ceit, said that he, (Brown) could en
dure a hotter bath than any living
man. Thereat Smith fired up, and a
bet was made. Two bathing-tubs
were prepared, with six inches of wa
ter in each. The fellows stripped,
and separated by a cloth portion, each
one get in and let on the hot water on
the word, the wager being who should
stay in the longest with the hot water
running. Smith drew up his feet as
far as possible from the boiling stream,
while Brown pulled out the plug in the
bottom of the tub. After about half a
minute, quoth Smith :
“How is it. Brown—pretty warm V
“Yes,” said the other, “it is getting
mighty hot; but I guess I can hold out
a minute longer.”
“So can I,” answered Smith
“Scis-s-s squash! lightning! it is
awful!” " *
b ifteen seconds passed, equal to half
un hour by Smith's imaginary watch.
“I say, over there, how is it now !'■
“0. nearly up to the Idlin' pint.”
“O, Christopher!” answered the di
abolical villain, who was lying in die
empty tub, while the hot water passed
out of the escape pipe.
By this time Smith was splurging
about like a boiled lobster, and called
again.
“I s-a-y, over there,bow is it now ?"
“Hot!” replied Brown. “But —
whew ! scis-s! guess I can hold out
another minute !”
“You can't,” shrieked the now boil
ing Smith, who rolled out and bolted
tbrqpgh the partition, expecting to
find the other quite cooked.
“You infernal rascal! why didn't
you put the plug in ?''
“Why, I didn't agree to, said the
impcrtnrable joker, “why in thunder
didn't you leave yours out ?”
Slavery in New York, in ISOO.
An old copy of the Ulster County Ga
zette. dated January 4. 1800, now in
the office of Ad jutant General John B.
Gray, contains the following advertise
ment :
For Salt — The one-half of a saw-mill
with a convenient place for building,
lying in the town of Rochester. By the
mill is an inexhaustible supply of pine
wood. And also a stout, healthy negro
trench. Any person inclined to pur
chase may know the particulars by
applying to John Schoonmaker, Jr., at
Rochester. Nov. “2?.. IT9-?”
MISCELLANEOUS.
LIVERY STABLE.
Day & "Wheat on.
The undersigned having
parchastd the ioterest f.f Mc«is
Nye and Conelly, will hereafter car
ry on the
Livery Business
in all its branches, at the old stand, corner of
Montgomery and Huntooo street*. Oroville
Cwoodl M t ana R>ll arm
can always be furnished to parties from abroad.
F. W. DAY.
Oroville, Jan 1564. W. W. WHEAI OX.
UNITED STATES'
LIVERY -fe STABLE.
EDWARD BOWDES . Proprietor.
TO HE PROPRIETOR WOULD RESPECT FUL-
Iy inform the public that he has recently made
extensive additions of fine stock and vehicles to the
United States Livery Establishment, which can be
bad at all times at reasonable rates.
Horses kept on Livery at moderate rates, and the
best Hay and Barley supplied.
FOE SALE.
The above Stable, with Horses. Carriages and
appurtenances, will besold very cheap t.r Cash
as>:tf ED. BOWDEN.
Livery and Sale Stable.
Frank Multner, Proprietor,
Huntoon street. Oroville, opposite the California
Stage Co's Stable.
Having purchased and refitted
that large ana well arranged Livery Stable,
with Corral attached. I beg leave to inform my
friends and the public, that I intend to carry on the
above business in all its branches.
Carriages. Double and Single Buggies, Saddle
Horses etc., always ready.
My Buggies, Harness etc., are new and of the
latest style.
aParticular attention will be paid to transient
tr vel,private Boxes f< r Stock or Fancy Horses.
Attention will be paid to the Purchase and Sale
of all kinds of stock.
Corral’* and Shed* arranged for the ac
commodation of loose Stock *f all kinds.
REMOVED !
RS. RHODES HAS REMOVED HER EX
iTi. tensive
Millinery Establisement
to Montgomery street, adjoining A. G. Simpson’s
Book Store.
LATEST STY LKS
Bonnets, XTats,
ELEGANT FLOWERS, RIBBONS.
Also, New Patterns for
BRAIDING & EMBROIDERING.
Opposition Steamer Day
JUNE 23.
The Opposition Steamship
Moses Taylor;
J. H. BLETHEX Commander,
BE DESPATCHED FOR PANAMA
▼ V <>u Thursday, June 23,1864, from Mission
street Wharf, at 9 o’clock A M-, connecting at
Aspinwall. via Panama Railroad, with the mag
nitkent steamship
G CEDE N RUL E ,
3 AOO TONS,
FOR NEW YORK.
The Golden Rule i* the largest, fastest and most
elegant steamship on the Atlantic ocean.
For further information apply to
1. K- ROBERTS. Agent.
N. W. Corner of Battery and Pine st.. up stairs.
San Francisco.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
<AIgg> T HS FOLLOWING STEAM
SHIPS will be dispatched in the month of June.
1804:
June 3—ST. LOUlS,Captain W. H. Hudson.
June 13—CONSTITUTION, Captain J. T. Wat
kins.
June 23—GOLDEN AGE. Capt. W. F. Lapidge.
From False m street Wharf, at 9 o’clock a. m..
punctually, FOR PANAMA.
Passengers will l*e conveyed from Panama to
Aspinwall by the Panama Railroad Company, and
from Aspinwall to New York by the Atlantic and
Pacific Steamship Company.
A. B. FORBES.
Agent P. S. Comyany.
Corner of Sacramento and Leidsdorff Sts.,
San Francisco.
ESTABLISHED 1760.
PETER LORILLARD,
-Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer.
Ifi 1< CHAMBERS ST.
(Formerly 42. Chatham street. NEW YORK.)
Would call the attention of Dealers to the articles
of his manufacture, viz :
SHOWN SNUFF.
Macaboy. IV micros.
Fine Rappee. Pure Virginia.
Coarse Rappee. Natchitoches.
American Gentleman. Copenhagen
YELLOW SNUFF.
Scotch. Honey Dew Scotch.
High Toast Scotch. Fresh Honev Dew Sctoh,
Irish High^Toast, Fresh Scotch,
orlawy Foot,
ar* Attention is called to the large reduction in
prices of Fine Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
which will be found of a superior Quality.
TOBACCO.
SMOKING. FINE CPT CHEWING. SMOKING-
Long. P. A.L„ or plain. S. Jago.
No.l. Caven dish, or Sweet Spanish.
No. 2. Sweet Scented Oronoco. Canaster.
Nos 1 A 2 mixed. Tia foil Cavendish. Turkish
Granulated,
v F- A ClrcrV.f * cent ap.di • -lion
MISCELLANEOUS.
Howe's Unequalled Loek Slitch
SEWING MACHINE-
From which all others derive their
vitality. Established ia I*>4s: improved from
time t*» time and fully perfected in Lm>2. At the
li'ortd'i Fair, held in London, lS€2,tbev rece ved
THE PRIZE MEDAL. New improvements have
been added quite recently, that place them far la
advance of ail other kinds. One of which is a
device to obviate the breaking ol needles ; not ae
is now broken, where a dozen were forme!v. Also,
a fixture or dev’ce (Adjustibie-Head). t » prevent
the missing of stitches. It is impossible for them
to drop stitches in the present arrangement. Coarser
thread may be used on the under spool than teat
on the upper, thereby making a much stronger
seam, and the stitch exactly alike on both aides of
the fabric.
The great and crowning excellence .however.!' in
their adaptation to a wide range work. They
are the only Machine that wil -ew Silk C *tt >n or
Linen Thread with equal facility, fr m delicate
Gauze to Hamels Leather, la tine, they are the
sum and substance of everything that is desirable
in the sewing Machine department.
Latest improved Binders. Braiders. Adjustable
Hemmers Rolling Prefers, etc., attached.
Letter A. superior to any yet produced f -r Family
use and Dress makers .price $6O formerly so.d at s>o
Letter A.Pearl finish, with cap.s7s, formerly $lO '
Letter B. Manufacturing. $65. formerly $OO.
Letter C. Heavy Manufacturing, the Unrivaled
of the age f"r Boot and Shoe work. Heavy Clothing.
Harness Making. Upholstery, Carriage Trimming,
etc.. sns, formerly $ll5.
letter D. Cylinder, (more especially for Boot
work.) slls.formerly $l5O.
Letter E. Heavy Cy’inder. $l4O. formerly $175.
The attention of Manufacturers is more particu
larly directed to the Letter C, which we are selling
$25 cheaper than any Machines of similar costs and
less capacity,of other manufactures They are so pe
culiarly constructed that they wii; not only sew very
heavy Leather—their speciality—but execute beauti
fully, to an astonishing degree, in every grade of
sewing, down to the tiuest gauze.
Those desiring an article at a lower price, will
fin - in the PAClFlC.qualities of no ordinary stamp.
The design—just patented —is new. unique and
tasteful ; the style chaste and beautiful.
They are strong and capacious,having an oncora
mon reach of arm. enabling them to receive a large
piece of work, as in quilting, etc. For >impH<-ity.
beanty. durability and convenience, the Improved
PACIFIC is the most desirable low priced Sewing
Machine ever offered on this coast. Price $2O.
Our NEW ENGLANO’S.that ha« given such uni
versal satisfaction, (formerly sold at 125.) we now
sell for $15,00. Every Machine warranted.
Duplicate parts of all the Machines we sell.
Needles, (short and straight.) Twist, Thread, etc.,
constantly on hand, at wholesale and retail.
DEMING A CO..
Sole Agents fur the Pacific Coast.
Sales Room. No. 3. Montgomery St., [Masonic
Temple], San Francisco.
GEO. E. SMITH, Oroville. and J. BIDWELL A
Co.,Chico,Agents tor the sale ofthe above Machines
P. S. Purchase only of us, or our agents.as there
is a spurious article in the market. [may3 3m.
Stop That Coughing.
SOME OF YOU CAN T. AND WE PITY YOU.
You have tried every remedy but the one des
tined, by its intrinsic merit, to supersede all similar
preparations. It is not surprising that you should
be reluctant to try something else after the many
experiments you have made of trashy compound’s
foisted on the public as a certain cure: but
NE W ELL’S
Pulmonary Syrnp,
Is really the very best remedy ever compounded
for the cure of Coughs,Colds, .Sore Throat. Asthma
Whooping cough. Bronchitis and Consumption.
Thousands of people in California and Oregon have
been already benelitled by the surprising curative
powers of
JSTEWELXi’3
Pulmonary Syrup,
And with one accord give it their unqualified ap
probation. We now address ourselves to all who
are unacouamed with this, the greatest Panacea of
the age. for the healing of all diseases of the Thr at
and Lungs, assuring you that
NEWELL’S
Pulmonary Syrup
Has cured thousands and it cure YOU if you try
it. It is indorsed by the following gentleman, afl
of them well known in San Francis, o as respectable
citizens: K.S. WOOLLEY, grocer, 35s Stockton
street ; H. P. HUBBARD, merchant, Sansome .>t..
near Clay ; JAMES PRaTT, at Towne A Bacon's
printers. Clay street, and hundreds of others in all
parts of California.
REDINGTON A CO.. Sole Agents, 410 and 41S
Front street, San Francisco, and f->r sale by all
Druggists. (mat 20 6m
JOB PRINTING.
Having just received a large assortment of Print
ing Materials, comprising some Ae*c and Elegant
Styles of Type. MACHINERY. Ac., we are now
enabled to exeonte ail kinds of Job Printing AT
GREATLY REDUCED RATES, and in as
neat a style as any Printing Establishment in the
State.
Printing in Bronzas and Fancy Colors neat
ly executed.
Legal Blanks. Billheads. Circulars. Ball Tickets,
Cards, Labels, Drafts. Show Cards. Programmes.
Posters. Business and Visiting Card', Ac., in a
style not to be surpassed.
TERMS CASH.
LEWIS’ STAGE LINE 1
WKfILI. LEAVE THE ?T. XICHOLAL HO
▼ T
days of each week, after the arrival ot the cars.
FOR PENCE S RANCH. DOGTOWN NIMSHEW
and the Forks of Butte. The patronage of the
public is respectfully solicited. 2'J-tf
CAPi. JOHN L. LEWIS. Proprietor.
Oroville. May 21.
Notice to Creditors.
WrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE CRED
itors of the estate »f Christian John Ebb’er
deceased, to present their claims and accounts
within ten months from this date, to me at my res
idence in OroviUe. ROBERT CRAWFORD,
Administrator of the Estate of Christian John
Ebbier deceased. 4w-32
0: 'V *V T«th I«t4.
MEDICAL.
DR. HOSTETTER’S
S TOMACH BITTERS.
The operation of this palatable
remedy a;- n the stomach. liverand excretory
orgjß' is regu'.arty s--orbing and c aservaiive. K
regulales, re.n.il- lad purifier them. Dyspepsia.
ia all its f-rms. virlL* u? its control ani rat
ing properties. ’
Invigorate Uie System.
Vigorous c:.es;i n and pare bile prod a -e> nutri
..■ . ■
ordered lifer de>::e t’ ’kn«-# b w ibe dige-:*; a
may beimpr vid, ike Lite and otber c .Is »-r the
body punned :
Dr. Hostetter’s Stomach Bitter^
Will accomplish th - desirable, re;: vbl*
in the system, res:.. at;:;g the _ . ,g
t *:ie U> the ani naS juices which di-solve :.:t : o
strengthen every relaxed aerve. muscle and r. rc,
and bring- the wfc .e machinery of vitality into
v:gon»as a: d health? d play.
Strengthen the System.
The best mea- - • .ni parting' vm rto the broken
down frame and --.a v ed coustitat; r>. which has
yet i*een invented <*r discovered. ■ r prude red u the
feeble of b<>tb sexes and all Ages is
Dr, Hostetler's Stomach Bitters.
Debility, from whatever cause arising, may be
cured; strength, iu whatever ;r.a;..i<,-r it may have
been wasted, may be re-: red by the use of this
powerful and healthful invigomni. F<»r Indices
turn and all i:< j ainfal effects, bodily and mental,
they are a positive specific.
A Word to the Aged.
In the decline r f life the loss of vital force conse
• • . .
plied by some vivifying preparation which recruits
the strength and spirit-, without entailing the ex
h.ui-tion which is always the final effect of ordinary
-i.mulants. We tender to the aged
Dr. Hostett r's Stomach Bitters.
As an invigorant and restorative, immediate ic
its beneficial action and permanent in its effect
It tones the >t >mach. improves the anpetite. acts
like a charm upon the spirits.
For Females.
Thonsandf of lad: - resort t.> it as a remedy fm
hysteria, flnttei . f the
general
aiice-and derannement? tn whi. li. as a.vx.Uitv
aresnhj,-;. It cheers and li.’ tens the depressed
mental p-trers a- we:! as strenfheaa the bade,
and its i;.e is never wed ! y any rea tien.
BEW.VEE OF COrXTt.nFi.ITS.
Purchase only ot reliable dealers. Said everywhere.
HOSTETTFU. SMITH A DEAX. Agents,
401 i 403 Battery ft. cor.Clay,
San Francisco.
The Great Cure
FOB ALL DISEASES OF THE
LIVER, STOMACH

C
o
■V

S 3
P i L
And. Bowels.
Put up in Glass Phials, and warranted to
KEEP IX ANY CLIMATE.
These Pills are prepared expressly to operate in
harmony with that greatest of blood purifiers,
BRISTOL S SARSAPA RILLA . in all t.i-es arising
from depraved humors or impure blood. The most
hopeless sufferers need not Under the in
fluence of these two GREAT REMEDIES, mala
dies, that have heretofore been considered utterly
incurable, disappear quickly and permanently. In
the following diseases these Pills are the safest, the
quickest, and the best remedy ever prepared, and
•should be at once resorted to.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Diver
Complaints, Constlptaioii,
Headache, Dropsy,
Piles.
i - r many years these PILLS have been used in
da '> practice, always with the best results, and it
is with the greatest confidence they are recom
mended to the aftli ted. They arc composed of the
most costly, purest and best vegetable Extracts and
Balsams, such os are but seldom used in ordinary
medicines, on account of their great cost, and the
combination of rare medicinal properties is such
that iu longstanding and difficult diseases, whose
other medicines have completely failed, these ex
traordinary Pills have exected speedy and thorough
cures.
ONLY 25 CD. PEK Pill \ C.
For sale bv
HOSTETTER, SMITH ,v \N.
Siiu Kr mcisco.
Agcntsjoj California
‘CONSTITUTION WATER,’
THE OXLY BEMEDY FOR DISEASES OF THE
BLADDER, KIDNEYS,
i.RAVEL, PBOrsiCAI. SWEI.MX IS.
&cnitnl Dcliility, Sc.
The ast«>\:ahin*» si'.tf-s ivirni in* at
tended this inmlnble medicine render* :t the must
viiluablo one ever discovered. No IttnguuiM Can convey
an adequate i 'ea of tl e immediate rrnd n'raosi mirarul us
change which it • evasion* in the debilitated and «hnt
lered system. In f-ct. it stands unnt •! »«1 as h remedy
f r the permanent cure of the maladies ab 've menli ueJ,
and also
DIABETES,
IM POT PA FT,
LOSS 1 F MUSCULAR ENERGY.
Pin Sh’Al. PROSTRATION.
INDIGESTION.
SEMINAL WF.Ai NESS.
r.JKET. FLUOR A LRUS,
A' <1 in every disease any way connected w ith the diner
era or decat of the PROCREATIVE t'USCTIONS.
P-r-nn« about to main, if conscious of any weakness,
should take the
Water,
Whether broken d«»wn by excess, went; hy nature or
impaired by sickness, the unstrung and relaxed trenni
-7:i;ioo is at once rebiaced revive* 1 and i u-.;i up, \V« ;i
may this celebrated medicines be cal ed the •
>£cclical Wonder
The sUM-pire. tr nibling V.vim of depression and de
bility bfo i;!*a m* man; he stand? erect, t.e mor.-s
with a firm >t . i !•* m 1. which was previo-j-lv sank
in gloom of almost idw ttc apathy becomes bright and
he got~* lorih regenerated, ■ t new vigor. The
medicine reme es the COSSTItITIOS itself, r.r.d r»
stores it to its norm il conditi a
IRBITATI-'N OF THE NF.' K OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMATION OF IHE KIUNEVv AND
CATARFH OF THE BLADDER,
STRaSGUARV \N » *•! RNINC.
oh p \IN fui urinating.
run lu.-, t.R\v 1. brick r>T
DEI O?IT AND mu 'U? 1 »R Ml! KV MS-
C H A R(i E S A F I*■ R I p. I N All NG ,
For these diseases it is truly a sovereign n*me !y and
too much can net v -e fatd in lt» pra;*e A c’.e dose has
been known :<* r-'. -re ih - in is: argent sym; s. TRY
IF in these cases and you will ever give your praise lo
Constitution Water 2
oVlalcs and Females,
Are yon troubled v. that d:?tie*sing pain :n the «mal
of the Nock and h-ouA } .-ar hips? CONSTITUTION
M AT UR wi.i relieve you like magic.
D- W. II ORE‘iir. Proprietor.
MORGAN A ALLEN.
General agents. New York
HOSTETTER. SMITH DEAN,
Agents for the Pm:Bc Ooost, 401 «nd 4 S Bc'.iery street,
corner of Clay. San Franci-co.
For sale by ni, Dm grists Free #1 PER BOTTLE .
SIX F< *R $' Picked at d sen! bv Express.
»p3O 3ro]
LUMBER ! LUMBER ! !
\LL PERSONS WTSHINING LUMBER. OF
kind, will please leave their orders at
GEO. PERKINS’, where they wil» be strictly res
ponded In bv
* I EON a R|> A rn
MINING NOTICES.
California Gold & filter Mining
Company,
RTENA vista district, HESIBOLDT CO..
Nevada Territory. Notire is berebv given
that .c accordance with the i•: s*aie of
Caln-mia and an order duly made br ihe B . :
mil S
Company. th» rv m :!! be sold at public auction . t'..
the highest bidder for cash. n (Jotted Suus Gold
i.Vin on me twenty-eighth i dar of June
C. mi any Cher kee. B ::e C. . :.ty. rn::., -
' • ‘ - ’ tof 1
>ianoit-g i the names - I the w ug persons C
'. are haiders as wii. be necessary Ur the partner.:
a>«es>aieat No I. ; AO cent's per -bare, du?v
j the 1 .
4 1' * t gether with the expenses ; a IvrrUstnc
and sale, nnless
ciosts are previous
Dr J. S. Carter.
L. D. Wilbur....
O. P. Powers .. .
U. P. Powers....
0. P. Powers ...
Bj order Pm
THOM A < v. pane;.. Sc vur-.
Cher kee Butte County Mar 21.1>63.
California (.old \ Silver Minins
Com pauy.
BUENa VISTA district, humboldt co.
Nevada 1 \
that at a meeting of the Trustee- r -aid V :n. aav
»:e.d ili t.,e -i-t day ■ May, 1- ■». a . a--.-e--rr.eM
! . v ' ent ' per share was levud • n the Capita’
- ■
Coin, on the I3th day of ise.4. j., S^..
retary. at Cherokee. Butte County. California, or
k.S -
said assess I -
paid on the 23d day of June, will be advertised on
that day as delinquents, and unle-s payment -«hal!
be made before, wiil be sold on the twelfth dav ot
July, to pay the delinquent assess m eat. together
with costs of advertising and expense- tlo
FHOMIS McDAN 3
Cherokee, May 21. l>6f. 4w 3o*
Unite Table Mountain Consoli
dated Minins Company,
lOCATION NEAR CHEROKEE DISTRICT.
a Butte County. Offi e of Company at Oro
vsile. N- tice is hereby given to the -hareholders
of the above named Company, that a general meet
ing *»i the shareholders will be bolden on MON
DA\,THE 2«th OF JUNE. Im’»4. between
ihe hours of 2 and 4 P. M..at the Company's Ot
flee at Orovilie. (Messrs. Colton A Darrach’s build
ing), for the purpose of increasing the Capital
Stock ot ti e above named Company, to sixty 6r
!’-'f thi U'tiu-u di ilars. By o<dei' of the lv>ard
of Trustees. * 4w-30
CHARLES Wi Sscretaiy.
California Gold N Silver Minins
Company.
BUENA VIsTA DISTRICT, HUMBOLDT CO..
Nevada Territory. The Annual Mooting ot
the Sto k holders m the California Gold and
ill
I
on June the 2-th. ISG4. at 4 ' k k P. M. for the
purpose of electing five Trustees for ihe ensuing
year. By order of the Trustees.
THOMAS McDANEL,
Se r< tary California G. A >. M Co.
Cherokee May 21. ImU. 4w-30
Notice—Frost Copper .Mining ( o
HONCUT DISTRICT. BUTTE CO.. CALI
for nia. Notice is hereby given, that at i
meeting of the Trustees of said Company, held nr
the Ist dayot June. A. I)., l>(s4.an a.-sessment o
(5) live dollars per share wa> levied upon the capi
tal stock of said Company, payable forthwith, ii
gold • ■ ■ Secret
said Company, at the office of said Company. ;v
Bangor. Butte County. Any sto k upon which
-aid assessment shall remain unpaid on the twentv
seventh day ot June. 1 "• i 4 .will he advertised or
that day a- delinquent, and unless payment shal
be made before, wiil be s .Id on Monday, the IGth
day '-t July. A. D.. 1 >t; t. to pay the delinquent as
sessment. together with costs of advertising and
expenses of side. G. OSGOOD,
Secretary Frost Copper Mining Company*.
Office of Company at Bangor. Batte County.
Bangor, June I, lbo4. 4w-31
COT.MTI TUB tSI RMIPS O! I K E,
Or.oviLLK. May 14th, (
BV VIRTUE OF AN A'*T IN RELATION TO
the Board of Snpervi-ors o( the c. uuty ol
Butte, providing for tlie creation of a Redemption
Fund, to redeem certain indebtedness, outstanding
against the county of Butte, pri r to the passage
of said act. An order having been made by the
Board of Supervisors in cnntmniity of said act. 1
hereby give notice that sealed prope-als directed
to me. will be received for the surrender of county
Warrants, issued prior to the Ist day ot May. LSO4,
and the same will be received at my Office up
to and including the 2sth day ot May. ls«>4. The
amount of money set apart in the Redemption Fund,
is $1,300. No bids or scaled pr posuls for m-»re
than par value will be accepted, nor any bid unless
accompained by the warrants proposed to be sur
rendered. The bid- being equal preference shall
be given to th° smallest amount. Bids and amounts,
warrants being equal taken in consideration the
principal and interest, each shall be accepted pro
rata. All warrants not accepted will be returned
on demand to their respective owners.
11. B. HUNT,
County Treasurer.
Office Bidwell Bridge Co.
B 1 dwell. May 2d, 1564.
VOTim IS HEREBY GIVEN To THE
v Stockholders of the Bidwell Bridge Company,
that the board of Trustees of said company on the
second day of May, Eighteen hundred and ,-ixty
four, made order, designating Saturday, thelMh.
June, 1 '-♦•A. between the hoursof 10 A. M..and 6
P. M., on that day, for the meeting of said Stock
holder?, to elect a B .ai d of Trustees, and, to per
form such other business as may properly come be
fore them.
JOS.E N. LEWIS, Prcst.
Refben stover. Sec., pro tem.
Notice.
r |Mh; a x m at. meltin'
I HOLDERS
OF THE STOCK
the Oroviße Gas Light
panv. will be held . Saturday, the 11th day of
tune, at 2 o’.-! >ck, P. M., at the Office ol the com
pany, on Birdstreet. Orovilie, lor the purposed
electing Trustees for the ensuing year, and tjan-a.
ling other business. By order of Trustees.
CH AS. F. LOTT. rctary.
Orovilie. May 10th, I>*U. (»4myst
Wanted,
4 TEAMSTER. TO REMOVE A PILE OF
filth lying in front of ray door, placed there
by one of my neighbor-. I have repeatedly noti
fied the proper authorities, and nr action has been
taken on the matter. Any person with 3 team
will find a job by applying at my house.
M. L. NEWEL.
Lost.
ON OR ABOUT THE .■‘•TH. APRIL. A SMaLI
d notes 1
raent of which have been stopped, and deed of 350
feet in the Bevens Lead in Indian Valley. Any
person forwarding the strne to A. Hallet. Esq..or t’i
the subscriber at Chico, will he suitably rewarded.
W. H. BIG BEE.
Chico. May sth. lsC4. [my7
Dissolution.
VOTICB Is HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
v Co-pa
nnder the name and style J. M. Clark A Bm.
tin- day dissolved by mutual consent. Either of the
unde:signed will ,-ign ,treceipt*sa liquidation.
J. M. CLARK,
ALBERT CLARK
Orovilie. May 6th. IsG4. [my7 5t
SEED WAREHOUSE!
FRESH SEEDS FRESH SEEDS !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE JUST RECEIV
ed. per recent arrivals, and are in constant
receipt by every arrival.from
The Best Growers in the United States
and Europe,
THE LARGEST STOC K OF
FRESH GARDES. FLOWER. PliriT. GRASS
AXD CLOVER SEEDS AND BfLELS
ROOTS. OF ALL VARIETY.
On the Pacific Coast, and are prepared to fill or
ders fr m MerwhanLs and Dealers and others in
want of such.
All our seeds have been known to give satisfac
tion for the last twelve years.
All orders punctually attended to.
A ddress,
J. P SWEENEY A CO..
Seedsmen. 106 California street,San Pnm Isco.
f.~i * npAp 4 it »• >r * 1
LEGAL.
Constable’s Sale.
BT VIRTUE OF SEVERAL WRITS OF EXE
rt'. 'n out ct The Justice’s Court ?
John Dick Jostle of the Peace, in and t r Op:. r
S
•‘* • - •
mantled 3 s.. d execatk wherein the Pe t • f

'• s namec persons a-. 1 .. .aim' :o rw. Kate and
iaprovemer.t* are Defer;J.i; n v « : : A. A.
>av.iire and claim to 1 l >;:.!•. > k 26 . as '.aid down:
on the map of the town of OtovCle. and situate in
-
k

C Ke’k-y and claim :»' s 7 1: ,1 s; n M k as

- : V. &ri: 7 : M ‘ re - : - • ' : : l-y : •••:
.. k ... kn wa :he' . - n pla e t. R
t 7 and 8
■ vk 4; a!-.-* the uro.v: led half of i. 4.5 ar.d
8 : - k • ; A-> ::s1 a: ...n: . . k 7, > .!e
in sa:d ■. w;; of Orov.i’.e as described i*n the map
f the Car : n Estate, in said i »n of Or-'-vi’.le:
Wm McCaro vand Ca;m t the r.r divided
• - - .
ku. «n S' the McConnell hrvk yard, commencing
at an Oak tree , v. the w t >; a, k o\ Feather R.ut
a::J Ophir C icpany’< Pitch, running norther y
■ ~ said d.tvh lo Hi musor. Strett.tder.ee wester
- •
t' the 1 are of beginning: N w ther-- re 1 have
levied upon, and will expose at pul ..c saie at
Ju'ti -e J *hn D: k - -fire n B;rd Street, m the
t ’.v: .f OroviLe. Ophir Township. in -slid countv,
!■ -ek P. M.. of said day. a’! The right title and
ants, ia and
described pr-perty: t ) whomsoever will take the
!ea--t port 1. u of the aforesaid described real estate
ar.d pay f he Judgment and cost named in the sev
it m*agi st - 1 1 ■ ants
aua:asi the real estate and improvements.
J. V. DARKS.
Constable Ophir Township.
Oroville. Jnne 11. A. D.. W-4. * 4w-32
Constable’s Sale.
«Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION
issued out of the Court of John Pick. Justice
Justice of the Peace, in and for Ophir Township
Butte County. California. 1 5 me directed and de
livered, commanding met.* make the sum of 'ix
and sixty three one hundredths d cars and
costs and accruing cost thereon, wherein the Pei
pie of the Stale I California are I'Jaintiffs. and
John Barker and the following real estate a:,d im
provements are Defendants. I have levied upon
■ I
take the least portion of the foil wing described
property, and pay the judgment and cost, at ti
••■-be of John Dick on Bird Street, in the town of
Or ville. Ophir Township. in >.iid County, on Sat
”day. the Jd day of July. \. |>.. 1864. at ’2 o'clock
P. M■■ of said dav. all the light title and interest ,
said Defendants hi and to the l< ’. wing described
property to w .1: Claim to 100 acres oi land, com
Fencing at a pine tree mar the S. W. corner o!
\
links, to a stake; thence W of \ ,;j chains, 1
stake. N aid - k 1 3hj W
to a large r ck; thence We-t to a line * t Mr.
- - said . ’ tersecl
■ : Young's I’ne.u . -whig said line ot Youngs’ t<>
the place of beginning. together with all and sin
gular the t'-e tenements, hereditaments and ap
purtenance-* thereunto bclmgiug t i-j Muvwi.-e
appertaining. J. V. PARKS.
Constable Ophir Township.
Or ville. Jnne 11. A. D.. I"G4. 3w-.T2
Constable’s Sale.
HY VIRTUE OF TWO WRITS OF EXECU
tion issued out of the C urt of John Dick
Justice of the Peace, in and for Ophir Township
Butte County. California. I * me dire, ted and deliv
ered, commanding me to make the sum of twelve
»ovenly-tive one hundreths d liars. (|1 *2 To-liH)) for
delinquent Tax s for the year lM>i,and all cost
and accruing cost thereon, and the si.m of five and
four 01 e hundreths dollars. (s.*» and 4-ldO) and all
cost and accruing co-t thereon for Delinquents
Taxes for the year Isfi’i. wherein the Pe -pie of the
State of California are Plain tills, and P. K. O
Fenall is Defendant, i l.ave levied upon,and will
expose at public sale, to whomsoever will take the
porti uof the fallowing described property
and pay the Judgment and cost, at the office «>:
John Duk. Justice of the Peace, on Bird Street, in
the t wu of Oroville, in said County, on Saturday,
the 2d day of July, A. I)., ‘2 o’clock P. M
of said day. all the right title and interest of said
Defendant, iu and to the following de-ci il*ed prop
erty to wit: Claim to 1«’>0 acres of land ku- wn a
the Prairie House, on the r *ad from Oroville t
Marysville and improvement', situated in Ophir
Township, Butte County. California.
J. V. PARKS.
Constable Ophir Township.
Oroville. June 11, ls(»4. 3w J 2
Insolvency Notice.
C'iOUNTV COURT. BUTTE COUNTY . STATE
y of California. G. w. Garriott vs. HisCred
tors. The People of the State ot California, to all
the Creditors ot G. W. Garriott send Greeting :
Pursuant to an order of the Hon. W.S.Safiord
County Judge of Unite County, notice is hereby
given to all the Creditors of the said Insolvent G
Garriott, to be and appear before the said
Judge in open Court.at the Court Room of said
Comt. in the County of Butte, on the sth diy o
July. A. ib. at 10 o'clock A. M..of that day
then and there, to show cause, if any they can
why the prayer of said Insolvent should hot be
granted, and an assignment of his estate be made
and he be discharged from hi> debts and liabilitits
in‘pursuance of the provisions of the Statute i
such case made and provided: and in the meai
time all proceedings against said Insolvent be
stayed.
Witness my hand and Seal of said Court, this
3d day of June, A. I)., IstU.
J. G. MODUE. Clerk.
By James Guf.en Deputy Clerk.
J. M. BURT. Attorney for Petitioner. * 4w-31
Insolvency Notice.
SN THE COUKTY COl
the State
matter of the petition ot a. I>. Nelson, an in>o!v
ent debtor. Pursuant to an - rder the Hon. W
Safi'*rd. Judge of the 'aid C* u\y C-*urt. retire
is jerer*v &iveu to nil tie:i i' of ht - I : »-... p,
A.D. Nelson, to I- and ao{ Uf • -h ’V
Saif* d. Judge ot the i 1 mtj C >rt,
■pen Court, at the (' -urt Room of >aid (Kurt, in
the said Gounty **t Butte, on the Imli day of June
A. I>. I s b4. at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day
then and there to show cause if any they can. wh\
the prayer of said ins*dveut sb.-mbl * not be gr.inted
and an alignment of his estate l»e made, and he be
discharged from his debts and liabilities, in pursu
anceot the Statute in such case made and prt v'.ded
and in the meantime all proceedings against said
insolvent be stayed.
Witness my band and the Seal of said Coni, thfa
7th day of Mav, a. d. 1864.
J. G.MOORE, Clerk.
JAMES GREEN. Deputy Clerk.
Chas.F. Lott, Att’y for Petitioner.
Dissolution Notice.
qnilE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST
Ji.
Jay been dissolved by mutual consent. S. M.-rk
is authorized to pay ail liabilities, and collect ah
outstanding accounts. ■>. BOWMAN,
Qioville, May lBO4. S. MARKS.
N. B.—The husiiiCss hereafter will be carried on
j 8. Marks, a
nance of the public patronage. 4w- ’.I
S. MARK'
Dissolution.
rWAHE CO-PARTNKRSHIP HERFTOFORE EX
J|. isting under the firm name and style of Cur
ran i Ramsay at Yankee .Hill, is this day diss
e-J by mutual consent. Ti e said Curran will c n
tinue in the business, and all demands against <ai<i
firm will l>e p-id by Curran, and all debts due the
firm wi.j be collected bv M. H. Ourran.
M. H. CURRAN.
WILLIAM RAMSAY.
Y'ankee Hill, May 28th. 18C4. 4w 31
Dissolution Notice.
\'OTICE 1> HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1 HE CO
partnership existing between the undersign
ed under the firm and name • f O. S. Avery A C- .
-- • • - ’
Each 1 arty is authorized to receipt tor ail demand.-
due the firm. All per'Ons indebted to us are re
quested to come luiward and rav up immediately
*J. M. CLARK.
O. S. AVERY.
Oroville, May 27th. 1804. 4w-3I
Dissolution Notice.
> r OTICE IS HEREBY GHTEX THAT THE
co-partnen-hi|> ceret'-fope exi-tine between
the nndersiitaed wae thi- d.y—May 7, 1-til—d
solved by mutual consent.
MICHEL FP.ISHHOLZ
GEU. KRAFT.
May Jl, IfWU. 4w-t,29
Notice.
rwyv.
persons trusting or harboring my wife Nancy
Brady, from this date on my account, as the let
mv trjard and lodging without just cause or provo
cation. ERWIN BRADY
D r* y?~r' : c ‘L i- si
LEGAL. *
Summons,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND
Jud Mai District, of t w e >at* of California. in
and tor :iit Cuuuly ot UuUe.
C.C.G :r h !>. L. C. ILimm J.F. Martin.
J. C. fov'.i. Jin Obittle A Wardaer. Action
:-r -,n I' :;rtof the Second Judicial
Di-*' !. sr.d thf ' -r.: sinl filed in the (>;:•.tv of
Butte in the Office if the Clerk of saiaDUtVkt
Court.
The IV; > * the State c? Cal:' r: : a. send Gree
tirg t J. t Hammond. J F Mart;n. J. C. Udell.
Jxihn Ch A Wardner. Y-u are herehr required
t** appear •>. a)-, act} n hr ■ sht again-t y>o by the
j.'.-w named Plaintiff in the D>:n t Court of the
ric t of S
in and for the co anty of Butte, and to answer the
Comp's: 1 , t filed therein [a copy of wh.ch accom
- S
of the day of service ] a. ter the sen ice on too of
this Sttoso&s - rit -
f this District
wo .in twenty day- . «>r if served . iof said Dis
tr t. Co a w .tic.; f.rly days—or judgment by de
fa It will be tsken against you.
The said act; n is brought t - '.-tain j ;deceit
-3i s I
teresl there on from the !slh day f June A. D.
1' s .it u.e rate o: one a; i halt per cent per m ulii
• ’
and enrolled in the 13th' Judicial District Court,
: rI- .tie v ..tv agai* -: y. . and in tawr of Flam
tiff. [see com unit on file in this cause.] and if
you lari to aj pear and »:>swer the said c •mphuat
I
against v ;by default f .- the sum f $ 1 .33
and interest thereon from the 23 th day of June.
' ' •
- the Dtstrfd
C ..it o! the S« coiid Judu ai Disdricl, this 4th day
: May. in :i;e vear c: .-.;r Lord one tbv*usaua
eight hundred and sixtv four.
[L- S.) ’ J. G. MOORE. Clerk.
By James Green. Deputy Clerk .
Summons.
ATE OF i A LIFO BN IA. IN THE JUSTICE’S
Conrt.O
wf Butte ;
f the Slat
ting to. Ira Proctor :
'
at y office in the Township ■>?' Ophir, in the
County of Butte, on the 20th. day ot June. A D.
4. at 12 oc! k. M.. to answer unto the com
plaint of John I pstone.w ho os to recover the prin
cipal and inteiest of aPn —ory N 'te. dated
June 2:*d, Isttf, e ven by you payai.\ ninetv dava
after date, to the order of Bird A Stewait. for the
‘ini of fME with inteir-: thereon, at the rate of one
per cent pi - m nth till paid, the -an-.c ; > he paia
ir. Fniti d State* 4 - -r is* e : v.valent in pa; *r
evidences of iudi. edne— then made or «huh
might thereafter be made a legal tender by the
-
v.iii >in Saa Fra: - i-c. makel a’ tune f i-ay meat.
the said note l»eiiig the property and in the po--es
sic»n of Plaintiff, when Judgment will be taken
against v.u f v -r the said amount .together uithcosla
and damages, if y n fail t«» appear and answer.
Ordered that publication hereof l>e made for 13
sn . r»:ve p tblicaliim. on and after the I th. of
March. 1 v 4 in Tdk Weekly Umon Record.
Given under mv ha d. thi- IMb dav of March,
A. D. Im’4. ' JOHN DICK, Justice of the
noth) lot Peace of said Township.
Summons.
STATE OF CTI IFOR.MA, IN THE JUSTICES
Court. Ophir Township, in and for the countv
of Butte.
The Pe ; ■ i the Slate of < ’alitcinia, send gree
ting to Im Proctor.
You are hereby summoned to appear before me
at my office in the Township of Ophir. in the coun
ty of Butte, on the I*th. day of June. A D Iml4.
at twelve o'clock. M. Uianswer unto the complaint
of John Upstone. who sues to foreclose a Mortgage
given by you to him on the 16th. day of June isu t,
to secure the paym». I of a Promissory Note, given
by you to him on said day. for the sum of S-OOwith
interest the:etui at the rate of oer cent per month
till paid, and made payable six months afterdate,
in gold coin of the I*nited States, or its equiralent
in value it paid in legal tender notes, at their value
in the San Francisco market at time of pav merit of
said note, and Plaintiff prays that Judgment for
such balance if any. as may bt due alter the pro
ceed- of sale of Mortgaged i r perty shall have
been all applied to pay costs of -ale. costs of suit
and payment of said'note, and Judgment first for
foreclosure of Mortgage, when Judgment will be
taken against you for the the said amount, together
with cost- a:.d damages, if v a fail to appear and
answer.
()rdere»l that j» ibiicilion hereof be made in The
Weekly Cmon Record, for 115 successive publica
tions. <>n and after Path of M arch. ISG4.
Given under my hand, this I Mb. day of March*
A. I>. 1-’ 4. ' JOHN DICK. Justice of the
n02013t Peace ol said Townshiu.
Summons.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA. IN THE JC>TICES f
Court, Ophir Township, in and for the County
of Butte. The People of the Slate of California*
sending greeting to John Lane.
You are hereby summoned to appear before me,
at rny office in the Township of Ophir. at Oroville,
in the ( minty of Butte, on the 13th day of June.
A D l/">4.at 12 oVl«*ck M.. to an-wer unto the
complaint of .\. Rose of said Township, who
-ue- to recover s">l and interest thereon, at the rate
of two per cent, per month from the 121 b day of
November W»o. till p.iid; that being balance due
on two Promissory notes of said date, given by
you to Plaintiff in the sum of $3O each, and made
payable in said Township, all which is alleged in
Complaint of Plaitilill on tile in my ■ Rice, when
judgment will be t.iki-u against you for the sa d
amount, together with the costs'and damages, if
you fail to appearand answer. Ordered that ser
vice <-i Summons b* had on Defendant by three
-nccessive publications in the Union Record, a
weekly newspaper, publi-bed at Omvble. Butte
County, commencing on the 2-lh day of May, A.
D.. * 3w 30
4*■ veil under mv hand this J7th dav of May,
A. D. li- JOHN UK K.
Jnsii- eof tlie Peace of .-aid Township.
Constable’s Sale.
BV VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION 1
■ ..
t the Peace, in and for Ophi* Tm* 3Bmie
County. < aliforni i. to me dire- 1- d and delivered,
commanding me to make the sum of ninety two
-evenly live one hundredth's dollars (92 75-100
and alt o>-t- and ac ruing costs thereon; wherein
JM. B • < k is Plaintiff ai.d the U t idental Copper
Mining Company aie Defendants; 1 have levied
upon and will expose at public -ale . to the highest
bidder for cash, at Justice John Dick's office on
Bird Street. in the town of Oroville, Ophir Town
ship. said County and State.
ON SATURDAY. THE 23th DA Y OF JUNE,
A. Ib. I^*64, at 2 o'clock P. M .of said day. all the
right title and intrre-t of said Company in and to
the following described property to wit : Com
mencing at a small ";ik tree about twenty yards
(26) South of -aid Company’s -haft, running nor
theilvof said tree two thousand feet. (2000) and
running southerly from the said tree three thou
-aud -i.x hundred feet.,(3.‘ioo) located in Wyandotte
Mining District and situated in Wyandotte Town
ship in -aid County and State, being about one
fourth of a mile we-t from David Lewis*house,
b lether with all the mining tools and appurten
ance- theieunto belonging or in any wi-e apjier
taining. J.V. PARKS,
Constable Ophir Town-nip.
Oroville. May 31-t. A. D.. 1564. 3w-:*
PyTotice.
rp; eattof which a copy is t.ive^
£ Itk.w I.a-.«l April 17, 1*62 and can be
found at pane 'Jtib of the Statute-* of Inal year.
[copy ]
‘•lf any person shall wilfully make, or give, un
der oath or affirmation, a fal.-e list of bis, or her. or
their taxable property, or a fal-e list of taxable
property under his. her. or their control, such per
-'0 -hail be deemed g lty of perjury, and upon
.•nvicti"nthereof, -hail be punished therefor, as is
by law provided 1-r the punishment of perjury ;
,
transferred,nr misrepresented, by the owner or
agent there d, to evade taxation, shall upon dis
overy. be a>.-es-ed at ten times the amount of tax,
for that year, which w uld otherwise have been a*-
-e-v-ed up.in it : and fifty per cent, of the amount
of such additional tax? when collected, shall be
paid to the person or persons who -hall furni-li the
;:.bc niati' U w inch reveals the property so conceal
ed. transferred, removed or mi-repre-ented. and
the remaining fifty per cent.,after deducting the
.-uaJ per centage for collect!* n. shall be paid into
th#» Treasury, for the benefit of the Common
School Fund of the Slate."
N. B.—The ab*jve will be strictly enf- r- ed accor
ding to law. J. D. GIVENS,
4m-18 County Aesessor Butte County.
For protection of the Assessor, Taxes on per
sonal property must be paid when a-se»ed.
Notice!
rpHE UNDERSIGN ED MOST RESPECTFULLY
i offers his services, for a moderate considera
tion, to the public in general. and to the Germans
ia paatic .ar. in writing letter-. tran.-.ating docu
ments or as interpreter in both the English and
German languages, th- se desirous of having any
thing done ;n that line will pleaae to call oa the
undersigned in the Union Sal v ?n. Montgomery
Oroviik.
marl?] S. STRAUSS

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