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UNION RECORD.
Local and Count)' Matter#.
AGENTS:
TFIO9. BOYCE
WM. H. To»EV
». R. ROSENTHAL.
0. P,SMITH
9. ROWLES
S. C. NOoNA.V
. SAN FRANCISCO
. . ..Sah Francisco
-M.irysvi.le.
Forbestown
Piae Creek
Chico
Change of Carrier.—Mr. Fred. P- Danfokth
will hereafter deliver the Union Record to town
subscriber? and collect for the same.
School Klectiok.—To day (Saturday. Au
gust 6.) one School Trustee is to be elected in
each School District in the State, for the term
of three years. All appointments by County
Superintendent? to fill vacancies expire with
the end of the year, and elections will be ordered
to SI! such places. The office of School Trustee
(says the California Teacher) is an important
one. The success of the school depends in a
great measure on the character of the men who
hold the place Let every citizen who feels
any interest in public schools leave his business,
go to the polls, and work and vote for the best
man. Let teachers stir themselves, too, and
show themselves men among men. Certificates
of election are subject to a five cent internal
revenue stamp.
82,012 95 Redeemed The amount of
County Warrants redeemed, under the call of
the County Treasurer, for bids for 51.300 00
iu the Redemption Fund was opened by the
Board of Supervisors on the first week. The
sum of 82.012 95 of the county indebtedness
was purchased for the Sl3oo,making a saving
lo the county of 87.12 95. Lowest bids sixty
cents, the highest taken seven'y-four cents,
principal and interest added.
Humiliation and Prayer. —Thursday last,
set apart by the President as a day of humilia
tion and prayer, in conformity with a resolution
of Congress, was observed in this place by the
adjournment of the District Court andTloard
of Supervisors, and the closing of business
houses during a portion of the day. Religions
services were conducted by Rev. R. Hobart at
the Brick Church, in the afernoon, ami were
well attended by our citizens.
A correspondent says: The woods on the
summit of the Stringtown hill were on fire one
night recently. Viewed from the South Feather
river, fifteen hundred feet below, the sight was
both novel and grand. 'ffbe fire seemed to
burn iu circles, and at a distance looked like
the camp fires of a vast army. The people of
Stingtowu remained up nearly all of the night
that the event occurred, to witness the imposing
spectacle.
In Order —We paid a short visit to our
County Hospital, and were pleased U find the
different apartments neat and clean, and the
sanitary condition of the inmates good. Dr.
Mott, elsewhere, publishes an official list of
the Indigent sick of Butte ccunty ; and it is
right to state, that during his entire term of
office, not a single death has occurred among
the inmates.
Cavalry Company — The Union men of
Susanville, as we learn from the Quincy Union,
have organized a cavalry company, under the
State law, and have on their muster roll sixty
five names. We observe the name of W.
Sanders, a former resident of Oroville, as 2y
Lieutenant, The company do not permit any
one to become a member who is not uncondi
tionally for the Union a: d the maintenance of
the laws. That is sound.
Thanks —Hon. Tims. Shannon has our
thanks for a bound copy of the Census for
1860. Message and Documents of '63, and '6l.
and full reports of the Fort Pillow Mas
sacre.
Concert. —Ou Thursday evening last
Messrs. Dodge and Hayward gave one of their
inimitable concerts at the Court House. They
were listened to by a large and attentive audi
ence.
The District Court adjourned last Weduos
day till Monday morning next; at ten o’clock
A. M. the ease of Pulliam et al vs Harris c(
ul. will be tried. Full proceedings will be
given next week.
After a fortnight of excessively hot weather,
the temperature went down, yesterday, to a
more endurable degree. We hope the change
will be a permanent one.
Remgiois Service. —Rev. P. Drove will
preach at the Brick Church, to morrow, at 11
o’clock A. M.
Qcarteri.v Report of the indigent sick of
Butte County lor the quarter beginning May
first, and ending August first. 1864 : Remain
ing iu Hospital, May. 1. '64. S ; Admitted
during quarter, 15 : Discharged, 6 ; Died 0 :
Remaining August I. 1864. IS. The nativity
of inmates is as follows : United States, 15;
Ireland, 5 ; Scotland, 1 ; Germany. 1; France,
1. Diseases have been— Paraplegia. 2 ; Hern
iplegia. 1 : General Paralysis, 2 ; Kpilepsy, 3 ;
Mania a Potu. 2 ; Krysipelas, 2 : Severe Burn,
1 : Dysentery. 1 : General Debility, 2 : Acute
Rheumatism. 1 ; Chronic. I : Tertiary Syphilis
1 : Insanity. 1 : Neuralgia, 1 ; Hemorrhoids.
Intermittents, 6 : Remittent Fevers. 4 4 ; Op
thahnia. 1 ; Dislocation of bip joint. 1 ; Frac
lured Spine, 1 ; Prolapsus Aai, 1. N't under
treatment, 8. Dr. 11. Vanalstvnk Mott,
County Physician.
Terpentine. —A large lot of turpentine was
recently shipped from China to Sar. Francisco,
and since reshipped. The fact is. says the
Bulletin, that California and Oregon are now
fully supplying ibis market with a good mer
chantable article ot spirits of turpentine, and
which is of approved quality. That from
Oregon is made from the fir tree, and the Cali
forr. a production is from the pine. Consumers
arc now using the domestic article for ail house
pa: t’.irg port ’>cs. and for which §1 per gallon
is freely offered.
Opening the Campaign.— The Union men
Sosaovill; Lassen county, held a meet gon
’1 hursday evening. July 2Mb, which was ad
dressed by General John Bidwcll and others.
Bidweii spoke of tbe Baltimore Convention, of
his i: terviews with President Lincoln and Gen.
Grant and the local paper says it was evident
from the cheers given on the mere mention rf
either name that tbe choice of the Baltimore
Convention is the true refiex ot the wish of the
loyal people.— Union.
Precaitionarv. —Gen. McDowell has or
dered all military companies of San Francisco
to taste their arms home with them. This is a
wise measure, and one which renders riotous
proceedings on the part of Copperheads and
recession is’; to a great degree harmless
BoiED or SifKsvisoßs.—The Board of Sa
pervisors met on Monday, in pursuance of law;
present. Geo. E. Smith, Chairman, and Messrs.
Lewis. Bastings and Green. The first business
transacted by the Board was the opening of
the proposals for the sarrender of County
Warrants nnder the firs! call under the Lw of
fast Winter. 1 here were foorteen proposals,
cootaining warrants to the amcnnt of about
810.OOf. The fol. jwing warrants were par
chased : From Geo. Harmon. 8655.26, a: 60
cents ; from John Lytle. 8726.99. at 67 cents:
from J. C. Gray, 862 35 at 65 cents ; from Dr.
Mott 8162.75, at 60 cents ; from C. E. Eiliott.
812 75, at 60 Cents; from S. J. Whipple, 84.
at 60 cents; from M. Fence. 8127 92. at 65
cent?; from A. F. Boyd. 810.56. at 70 cents :
from I L'pham, 8112.04 at 70 cents: from
James Nelson, 870.96, at 74 cents. Total,
82012 95 redeemed with 81295 24. The reports
of the following Road Overseers and Road Tax
Collectors were accepted and ordered on file :
Ruasell Johnson. Bidwell township; C. E.
Campbell, District No. 1, Hamilton township;
J. 11. Armstrong, Oregon township; J. P.
Thrasher, District No. I. Oro townsh.p. The
final report of the Stringtown bill Road Com
missiuners was accepted and ordered on file.
This report shows the balance of money not
expended in the hands of the Commissioners to
be 81 el 20, which was placed to the credit of
Mountain Spring Road District. The County
Treasurer was ordered to pay to Russell John
son, Road Overseer of Bidweil township, the
sum of seventy five dollars—amount of the
annual license of the Bidwell Bridge Co., as
fixed by an act of the Legislature. The fol
lowing accounts were allowed and ordered paid;
C. R. Moore, Chairman of the Stringtown-hill
Road Commiasionen,slls.so; J. H. Simmons.
Constable fees in criminal eases, Opbir town
ship, 8163 75 : Alex. Dick, services of self and
team with County Surveyor, 815: D. Prentiss,
work with County Surveyor; $7.50; Samuel
Glass. Coroner and Justice of the Peace. Ore
gon township, 819 07 ; James Green, medical
services, prisoners, 827 : Gardner Osgood. Jus
tice’s fees in criminal cases, Wyandotte town
ship. 86 ; 11. J. Standard, Constable fees in
criminal cases, Wyandotte township. 813.50;
J. P. Thrasher, work on road, Uro township,
84 50; C. E. Campbell, Road Overseer District
No. 1. Hamilton township, 830; J. V. Parks,
Constable fees in criminal cases, Opbir town
ship. 8159.50 : Russ. Johnson, Road Overseer
Bidwell township. 813- : A. G. Simpson, sta
tionery. 838 25 ; J. D. Givens, Assessor's fees,
82,55(1—State fund 81.071, General County
Fund 81.479; James it. Armstrong. Constable
fees in criminal cases. Oregon township, 879.50.
and Road Overseer. 830; Leonard i Co., lutn
ber. 893 3s ; James Wagslaff, county printing,
899 50 ; Clerk of Vuba county, fees in case of
People vs. Freer, §34 25; 11. B. Hirschey,
beds and bedding lor Jail. 841 : A. P. Boyd,
go >ds furnished county, 83c 50; J. M. Brock,
sundries furnished county, 873 90. A. M.
Barnard. S. McCarger a d G. W. Colby were
appointed viewers to view nut and locate a
read leading from Colby's Ferry, on the Sacra
mento river, to a point on the stage road at
Sandy Gulch: also, a roud intersecting the
above, running from Turner's store.
Head Quarters, Fifth Brigade, )
Chico, July 26, 1864. )'
Get eral Ciders No. 3. Series 1564. The
following order from General Head (Quarters,
dated May 23d last, is hereby ordered to be
published for tlie information nf the officers,
non-commissioned officers, and privates of the
Filth Brigade, lu-wit :
it having c-.me to the knowledge of the
Commander in Chief of the M ditia of the State
of California that officers and others are in the
habit of appropriating to their own use, and
wearing the uniforms or pait of the same,
prescribed for the use of the privates of the
various companies, and such practice bring
contrary to law. and subversive of good order,
is strictly deprecated by the Commander in-
Chief. who wiil in future hold the Commanders
of the several Brigades of the Militia of the
Btate responsible I t the implicit observance
ot the .Statute, which expressly forbids the
Offices or meu, to wear their uniform or any
part of the same, except on duty.
Ihe attention of Commanders is also called
to the law-, m compliance with which bonds
have been required to return the uniform to
the .State in the same good order and condi
tion iu which they were received.
The Commander-in Chief also directs tha’
you ia no case allow the officers to wear the
uniforms or any part thereof, issued by the
Slate for the use of the non commissioned
officers aud privates.
I’he Commanders of Companies are charged
with the execution and strict observance of
the foregoing order. Bv order of
’J. BIDWELL.
Brig. Geul. Commanding.
W. S. Havens, A. A. A. General.
Clement the Martyr st:u. Defiant.—
That tlie return of Vallandigham to Ohio was
for the sole purpose of provoking a quarrel
with the Government, aud breeding trouble,
may be gathered from a speech in which he
said :
“I will make no threats, but I have not
come from a foreign country without a deliber
ate calculation of the cause and consequences,
at 1 berate preparation to meet them. 1
can be taken by any due civil process, by any
crippled cons'abie, but w ithout that, no force
can do it. Three hundred men armed to the
teeth will not again find me in my house after
the door has been battered down, but they mil
find me the next day oral not far - ft, and. if any
military commander of the [’resident shall un
dertake such an arrest, I i earn them that in
this town the persons and property of thdse tn
stigat gsu ling i ■ . is stage.
I do nut believe there will be any attempt to
arrest me again, but, should there be. I repeat
my warning, not iu a spirit of bravado, but to
lei my friends know that we are p epared for
any emergency.'’
This is doubtless for the most part mere
bravado. But when we consider the encour
agement he will give other spirits like his own,
and the boldness they will assume if bis defiant
threats are not hushed, it is a grave question
whether such a man should be at large. In
onr opinion, he should be sent to the strongest
cell iu Fort Lafayette, or handed over to the
tende'r mercies of Ben. Butler.
Travelers just returned from Europe declare
that the American war creates far more interest
on the continent, and especially among Ger
mans, than the war in Denmark, nearer home.
The news by every steamer is road with the
grea'est avidity, and in ail the great cities it is
posted up in the hotels as soon as it is received.
The feelings of the Germans are generally in
sympathy w ith the North : these of the French
half and half.
Five thousand incapacitated blacks, mostly
old men. women and children —the able-bodied
men being in the army —are now organized in
camps on deserted plantations in northern Ala
bama, under the superintendence of Lieut. J.
H. Harris, of Illinois. About 2,000 acres arc
under cultivation—l,ooo devoted to cotton, the
rest to gram and vegetables. The colony now
pays expenses and is accumulating a surplus.
It was Andrew Johnson. :f Tennessee, who,
in the Senate of the United States, when the
secessionists were deserting their posts, dared
to say to them, as be significantly shook bis
finger at Jeffi Dav-s, -If I were the President.
I would arrest you as traitors, try yon as
traitor' and rang i, --e , trailers "
Questioss. — The Copperheads say that the
only object of the Administration in prosecu
ting the war is to crash the Democratic party.
They acknowledge that if the Government
succeeds in suppressing the rebellion, their
party will be killed. This is one of the main
reasons why they oppose the war so bitterly.
Now, we ask all honest men, can a party be
loyal when it is so closely connected with the
enem : es of the Government?
Ought the party ever to succeed when its
success depends upon the success of the public
enemy?
Ought not the party to perish when its ex
istence depends upon the success of the rebel
lion?
The Copperhead party and the Rebellion
are really twin brothers. Siamese twins at that
fastened together, the same blood circulating
through both, and to kill the rebellion kills the
party.
The -Democracy’’ of to day find its support
ers mainly in worn out, and sieved up politi
cians of Northern binh and of Southern prin
ciples. respected not even by rebels, only 5t to
do their dirty work.
On the Death of Emma Cochran, of
Hamilton.
TO MOTHER.
Dear Mother, dry those falling tears.
And cease your sorrow wild :
God called me hence from Earth away—
Your own. your darling child.
No more my little golden head
Will lay upon your breast.
For I am safe in Jesus’ arms
In Heaven—bright land of rest.
Shut not the gulden sunlight out,
And darken not your home ;
Think not that I am in the grave.
Mid solitude and gloom:
But with the saints and angels bright,
Where all is rest and love :
Direct your thoughts with earnest faith
To my fair home above.
But six short years ago I came
To fill with joy your home.
And now the gentle flowers grow
Above your Emma’s form :
But Mother darling, when you kneel
In prayer beside the sod.
Rejoice that in life's morning bright
You gave me ba k to God.
Farewell, sweet Mother, dearest friend.
0. weep for me no more,
Fur trials and sorrows have an end
On this bright happy shore;
And soon upon this golden strand
Our loved ones all will l»e
Dear Mother in a happy land
I’m waiting now for thee.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
DRUGS & MEDICINES!
0 the: undersigned having pur-
S® chased of Mr. A. McDermott his entire Sto k
[ of Drugs and Medicines, will continue the
l.' Aness at the Old Stand of A. McDermott.
(OROVILLE). ai d will keep constantly on hand a
large and well stock of
Drugs,
Medicines,
Chemicals,
Perfumery,
Camphene,
Paints,
Oils, &c., &c.
Particular care paid to compounding Pre>crip
tions, and Dispensing Medicines.
COLTON & DARKACH.
ROOK STORE.
A. G. SIMPSON,
MOSTdUMERY ST.. OROMLLE.
Wholesale A Retail Dealer in
BOOKS
—AND—
STATIONARY.
STAPLE AXD FAXCY ARTICLES.
SCHOOL BOOKS!
CIO Ll.\ AXD GCI TAR STRIXGS,
Japanese Cabinets!
AXP WORK BOXES.
«■ Order? from the Country solicited, »nd
prompt’y attended to.
Oronlle. July 30th. ISil
Beowslow os tbs Richhosd W big. — ln
speaking of the Journal ih« writer of the Rct>
el Ventilator sav« :
Why the editor of the Richmond organ
should be angry with Mr Lincoln, we are at a
loss to know. Lincoln's emauc ration procla
mation liberates a half a dozen of the editor's
children, whose several mothers are American
ladies of African descent 1 Lincoln shoo'd be
locked upon that editor, and thcr.sards of oth
er Southern parents, as a benefactor 1 He is
setting their mixed blood offspring a; liberty a
thing that they coo'.d cot do as they are slaves,
and many of their fathers —this Richmond
father among the rest—are cot able to par
chase their freedom.
Little Mac.—The Heralds Washington
special says strong efforts are making by the
Repnbliean politicians to induce the Adminis
tration to give McClellan command of the
defers sof Washiugton. Henry J. Baymor d.
of the New York Times, was at the Cap;:-',
urging the matter on the President.
The Albany Journal says an official scrutiny
of the records show that the State of New
York is in excess of ail the caiis upon her tor
troops more than 5.000.
MARRIED.
In San Francisco. Jane 30. 1.. A. Sn 'v. of Little
Kimshew. Butte County, to Miss Kju y a. Sharp.
BANKERS.
FAULKNER & CO.,
BANKERS,
Corner Montgomery and Myers street*.
OHOVILLE
Highest Prices Paid
.... FOR ....
GOLD DUST
JUKE ADVANCES ON
GOLD DVST COSSIGSED FUR AS
SAY OR GUIS AGE
At the United States Mint.
COUNTV SECURITIES BOUGHT.
CHECKS DRAWS OS
The Bank of California,
San Francisco.
Wells. Tar;o & Co.'s Exchange
Oa the Diiu.inal Atlantic Cities, FOR SALE.
£0- DEPOSITS RECEIVED. Collections made,
and a general Ranking Business transacted
E. LAKE .
JOHN* CONI.Y.
E. LANE & CO.,
13 A. jS" Iv 3E U &,
Orovlllo.
GOLD DUST BOUGHT.
ADVANCES
Made on Gold Dust for Assay or Coinage at the
United States Mint.
Sight Checks
OX MARYSVILLE AXI) SAX FRANCISCO.
«s- PURCHASE EXCHANGE, MAKE COL
LECTION'S.and tran«a-« a GENERAL BANKING
BUSINESS.
GREAT
REDUCTION
WATCHES, CLOCKS,
JEWELRY. FANCY GOODS.
AND Sli\V 1 X G M A CHINES,
For Sale at
GEORGE E. SMITH S JEWELRY STORE,
At Very Reduced Prices for Cash.
<<OLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES.
W Rings, Pins. Chain*. Corals. Silver and
Plated Cnps, Cake Baskets, Spoons, Forks,
etc., etc.
Watches. Clocks and Accordeons neatly
repaired.
Agent for the HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
These Machines will sew fine or coar«e ma
terial, makes the lock stitch, will not rip or
ravel, nor break the thread—price from I*o
upwards
Old Gold ted Silver Uken In exchange for good;
Highest market price paid for Greenbacks
in goods.
Geo. E* Smith.
HARDWARE.
A. P. BOYD & CO.,
—Dr«lrr< In
Stoves. Hardware. Crockery. Stoneware. Glass
Wil’ow.Wkre, Cordtjfe. Powder. Fuse.
Coal.Casteel. Quicksilver, Pumps
Lead Pijie. Robber Hose. Tar
Gar den Seeds. Shot. Far
mers' Mechanics'
And Miners’
Tools.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Xlit. C opp<r «lid Shi tl Irou w arc
Auluiti and \Wt Branch I.:;;. .
Montgomery St. ('-et. He. t v: and Lincoln ?u.
Or
HERE THEY WILL AE Pi.EA'ER TO
Y Y wl
as they are prepared t * furnish goods at prices that
defy compel tb-L; and ail g.--d> s.dd are warranted
to give satisfaction to the most ta>tidioa«. tf
J. M. BROCK,
Montgomery St, between Myers and Hunt vn sts.
DEU.F.R IX
HARDWARE,
Crockery, Stoves,
—AND—
TIN W .A. rt JED ,
Window Glass,
Powder, Fuse,
t’ordasie, l.eail, Etc.,
manufacturer of
Hydraulic IPipes,
AND
i n o m hose,
Roofing and Flooring attended to (with
dispatch. tl
MjSCELLANEOUS.
LATEST
SPRING STYLES!!
Now Receiving by
FLETCHER & HOBSON.
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
SFRING AM) SUMMER GOODS,
Comprising Novelties in Press Goods, viz:
POPLIN'S, CH ALLIES,
GLAICE MOM AIRE,
TRAVELLING DRESS GOODS,
MOURNING DRESS GOODS,
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
FOULARDS,
FRENCH ORGANDIES,
LAWNS AND CHAMBREYS,
ENGLISH, FRENCH,
AND A M E UIC A X P RIX TS,
GINGHAMS. LINEN LAWNS, Ac..
SUMMER SHAWLS, A DUSTERS,
SILK AND LACE SACKS,
MANTILLAS.
PARASOLS, SUNSHADES,
LADIES’ AND MISSES’ HATS,
NEW TRIMMINGS,
EMBROIDERIES,
ENGLISH HOSIERY,
LIN E N HANDKERCHIEFS.
Also, a 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 PLY",
AND INGRAIN.
COCOA AND STRAW MATTING,
SHADE HOLLANDS & FIXTURES,
CORNICES MATS AND RUGS.
Floor Oil Cloths,
3 TO IS FEET WIDE.
The above G-> d- will he offered at Low Price?.
Country orders carefully tilled and forwarded
promptly.
FLETCHER & HOBSON,
NO. 31, D STREET. MARYSVILLE.
CAL. NOR. RAILROAD
MARYSVILLE & OROVILLE
Regular trains leave Marysville
for Oroville daily—connet ting at Oroviiie with
Stages of the California Stage Company for
and the Northern Mines.
Leaving Marysville ("anday excepted)at SA. M.
and 3 P. M.
leaving Oroville (Sunday excepted) at ? A. M.
and 6 P.M.
Sundays—Leave Marysrill at 3 P. M. Leave Oro
ville at 6 P. M.
Freight reaching Marysville by steamboat, con
signed to*‘Care ot Railroad, will be received on the
cars at the Steamboat Landing, and forwarded
to Oroville ■without cost for forwarding commission,
or dravage.
At Oroville. merchandise for “ np country" will
be stored in the Railroad Depot, and delivered to
order of r» nets free of charge,
fab :»; J. BINXET. Sup t
LtKUI f.KIT^T
J. BLOCH & CO..
Genera! Dealers ia
GROCERIES.
Provisions,
Produce,
Wines, Liquors,
Tobacco,
Cigars, &c., &c..
Opposite W.r.i Fargo A Co s. Office. ilontgomcr.
'street,
Orovllle.
WWI NSTANTLY J? HAS
▼ V
v : i *u our line of business, and arc da.lv rere v.ng
supplies. We sell none but the lot of
FAMILY GROCERIES,
THE CHOICEST
California Cured Meats,
Teas, Coffee,
Lard,
Rauch Butter,
Isthmus Butter,
Pickles,
Preserves,
Spices,
Corn Meal,
Extra Family Flour,
4 C. . 4- c .
Dealers will find it to their advantage to exam
ine cur slock and prices before purchasing else
where. Cash paid fur Hay. Grain. Butter and
Eggs, Hides, aud fur all description of Farmers
Produce.
FOR W AH DING & COMMI-SIOX.
Agency of Anaheim Wine Growers* Association.
J. BLOCH A
GEO. C. PERKINS,
Wholesale A Retail Dealer iu
GROCERIES!
Provisions & Produce,
Corner Myers and Uontgomrv) St*.,
OROVILLE.
I AM DAILY RECEIVING, ana keep constantly
on hand, a large and good assortment of
all articles ia my line of business,
* Consisting of
CALIFORNIA MEATS,
Butter and Lard,
GRAIN, FLOUR CORN MEAL,
CAL. AXD EASTERS CHEESE,
TEAS. SPICES, PRESERVES, PICKLES AND
PIE FRCIT,
And, iu due. a)! articles required fur Pmhtlv u-e
- ALSO -
LIQUORS,
Tobacco and Cigars.
Purchasers are invited to give me a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Forwarding and Commission.
Monty advanced on Grnln stored In my
Wnrchouit.
AGEycy CHICO FLOVR MILLS.
GEO. C. PERKINS.
J. M. CLARK
HOME AGAIN !
AT HIS OLD STORE,
On Myers Street, between Montgomery and Bird.
OROVILLE.
I WILL BE PLEASED TO MEET
▼ ▼ my old friends and Customers. I have
just received from Srst hands ia San Francisco, a
full assortment of
Fresh Goods,
And will be receiving from day to day any and a';
goods ia my line, condoling in part as follows :
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO.
SHOVELS,
PICK HANDLES,
AXE HANDLES. AXES.
ROPE, COAL OIL,
NAILS, FLOCR.
BARLEY,
COEN MEAL.4C-, AC..
A share of your patronage ia respectfully solici
ted. Orders promptly attended to, and goods de
livered tree of charge to any reasonable distance.
J.JM. CLARK.
Orcrille, June l
irrini x x iii». •
FASHIONABLE
CLOTIIXXG ;
FOR THE ENSUING
SPUING fc SI .MMKU SEASONS.
M. SHREYR & CO.,
H»v« just rccc’ted dir*' ’ from the East a
stock ci fine
Custom Made Clothing,
OF BROADWAY STYLE. NEW Y-hIN,
To which the a!trat:en cf th? re-alc:;!- f v. le
V
French Cassimere Suits,
Ala ' Si
I'ine Husiness and diking Stilts
Of the latest imp rtat :i» *n>! creato-t rariety.
Also a great vai ity ot F . ■ > Gcvslh. togeta
er with a fine st v k of
Youth & Boys’ Clothing.
Also r*c«iraere-:. Reave- C! V< ■ ’ cl
-
Trunks and Valises. Clothing trade
to order on them '*t approved
Style and at sh rt not; o
>l. SHHKV 11 Cr..
Si. . S
S. R. ROSENTHAL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Cigars and Tobacco
ok the ciioicF.vr uttvn«.
i Cistern House. Cor. of It un,l S. . . . Streets
MAUYSA ILLE.
C'igai lotos, Pipe-. PI a > ins ea rd»,
MATCH F. S . L T l
Older'frem the couatrr iwikited and promptly
uttendrd I. 'si
WESTERN HOUSE.
Corner of l> and Second Street-
MA U\ S VILI.E.
THIS HOI -E I** CENTRALLY I OCA
TED. and u id be kept as formerly.
FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
Containing ONE HUNDRED well f rushed
room-: it afford* the l*e-t >*f ae mmodal)-ns f. r 1
Families and Transient l> -rler-.
staged leave daily run
all part. of file Stale
Jan 10 3in B. M. I.'JWREV A CO, Pr.ip'tr*.
GEO. A. FOTJLK & BRO..
(SUCCESSOR TO S. A. FOULK >
Dealer* in
Groceries & Provisions,
LIQUORS. ToRAi ‘ > (DALOII. MEAT
AM) STOI K SALT. Fl-oUli.
GRAIN. POTATOES AND
PRODUCE GENERALLY.
FOIUV ARI3ING *. COMMISSION
1‘35 Flial S!., nppo.lt«
MARYSVILLE. CAL.
G. COHN,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
AMERICAN, GERM Ah
AND
Havana Clears
hmuklng «V < lit ing Tob«( co, fl(
NO. 46. V STREET,
[Next door to the California Sta*e ( . - Offl c.
MARYSVILLE. CAIdFOIIN: \
A. WALKER,
Corner of Third and K Street-.
MAKVSI lI.LK.
Ha*> in ‘tore and for aale
the largest anmim r.' ted sto*
OF
Groceries,
Provisions,
And Liqu'-rs
NORTH OF -AN FRAN' I- 'O
of
At I.oh Run. For Ca Oi.
Wool, Iliilt-s. (•lain. Meal.,
And California IVodiue G.-neraiiy.
Bought and sold by A. WAI.KF.Ri
!eb <J tf
ESTABLISHED 176 C
PETIIR EOUIEEARI).
Snuff and Tnbarni Manufin tur*
Ir, Am cm MBi:na **r.
'Formerly 4 2 Chatham ■>:.-* * ? NEW YORK 1
W .-.ld ■•all the .»t:ent : *n of »'* - ‘ ■ * • .«gs;.
of bi« manufacture, vz :
BROWN SNUFF.
Macabor. Demigrov
Fine Rappee Pure Virtpni*.
Coar«e Rapine. Natcbit.v he*.
Ameru an Gentleman. Cop* ahagi
YELLOW SNUFT.
Scotch. H>nev I*cw - ‘t h.
High! *a-t i? t h. Frc-h H r.ev f'cw
Irish High Toa-t. Fresh Scotch,
or Tandy Foot.
tr Attention 1- •.1 .*•<] t *lk i'?e red. tmn
price 4-01 Fne C • :.g -■ ■\T , #
w.li oe founda -uj-eri r Via.
TOBACCO.
smoktvg. f:nv err tui.*;'- ■
Long. P. A. L.. or plain. > dag*'.
N->. 1, Carendi-fi er -»*ect >paoi«h.
No. 2. Scveet S- e .’fi • »r -no o. Caoaultr
N - l A : mixed. I 1 :-.l' Turki
Granulated.
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