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THE UNION RECOR
Local and County Matters.
AGENTS:
TROS.ROrCE SAX FRANCISCO
W\! H. TOBET Saa Fr»nci«o
S. R.ROSEN'THAL M«rwi le.
D. P.SHiFff Forbestown
. BOWLES Pine Creek
. C. SOtIXAX Chico
To ora Patron?.—All advertisements, special
or local notice*, must be handed in early on Friday
mornings, to insure publication.
Laid Over.—On account of pressure upon our
columns, several editorial notices of our advertisers
are postponed till next week. We point with par
ticular satisfaction to oar array of Marysville
advertisers, this week.
Target Excursion.— Monday next the Oroville
Guards and the Marysville Rifies unite in a target
excursion, as by programme heretofore noticed.
Trains will convey the excursionists to the selected
rendezvous Wallace's ranch. We anticipate a
large turn out. Oroville will be well represented .
and judging from the interest taken in the matter,
Mary-v ■ ditto. Among the prizes which will be
awarded on the occasion for the Lest -hot?, is as
: nlows First Prize, Citizen's Gold Medal; Second
ditto, One Fine Colt's Revolver: Third, One Pair
Benkert's Do ts; Fourth, One Pair Gold Sleeve
Buttons: Fifth, One Silver Plated Hunting FLi?k;
Sixth. One I’oir of Array Boots: Seventh, One Sil
ver Plated Tobacc-.* Bor; Eighth—Leather Medal.
These \ : .ze? u ill be delivered to the winners on the
ground. That nothing -hall be wanting to give
attract; »a to the occasion, our gallaot Guard?.have
secured an excellent band of made, and will erect
a platform, or clear a space, whereon to trip the
“light fanta-tic." They. also, design offering a
prize for the best lady's shot. If so. the gentlemen
need lo>k to their laurels for we wot of some ladies,
who may be present, who are true daughters of
Mars. It is a matter of public in
terest, that every encouragement should be given
to such objects as the present. In the present un
settled stale of our coa ntry, it is impossible to pre
dict from one moment what may transpire the
next. Oar militia is the National Guard. Their
efficiency in an emergency, is our main reliance.
Let their accomplishment in arms be such, that
they will be fitted at the lir-t rail to exchange the
mimic, strife for the strife indeed.
Business in Marysville.—Business prospects
in our sister city are brightening. The hotels are
doing a pood business. Stages leave and return
filled. Teams, loaded, are distributing them-elves
in every direction. The streets present quite an
air of liie and bustle. The Railroad cars were well
filled, last week, both ways. The truth of these
obse.-vati-n? is confirmed by the confessions of bu
siness men, who admit that, within the la*t six
weeks, every branch of business has undergone
marked improvement. An early, long and rainy
winter will reinstate Marysville in all her former
ample n eieintile relations, and the completion of
her Sacrament railr ails will lend additional assist
a nee in establishing direct and expeditious comma
: it ns v. .th tide water and the main source of
fiuiq-lies.
Wr. vt is It?—Capt. Wheaton bad on exhibition
in fouit of his stable, a nondescript, which was kil
led • no a tree,” somewhere on the outskirts of
town. The animal seems to combine in about equal
proportions the characteristics of the greyhound
and the cay *te. It is about sixteen inches long
exd i- 1 v • ( .f the tail,and ten inches in bight. The
skin i-perfectly bare, except where nearing the
tail. Its feet are armed with claws an inch long.
Of the particular genus to which it belongs there
can ! • no question. But the species! We listened
t the peculations of sundry savans. but their con
lecture c d hardly be considered satisfactory.
Onrpr.v te opinion, whispered in a subdued tone.
it sal 1. is. that it is the fruit of an illegitimate
aliia; »• l o-tween a grey h and and a cayule. How
it got up a tree we pretend to offer no explanation.
Tin: Jury has been in session daring the
• i-T wn . lb > U. T and Charles Gassaway, J. F.
>a;:! ; a \ and James A. Stores were indicted for
l eery. Court allowed them till Thur -
< • ;i':i to plead. People vs. Pedro Alfaro,
indicted as-ault with intent to commit murder.
Arraign- i the ninth, and plead not guilty. People
vs.Fr.su > Ayala, indicted far grand larceny.
Pic 1 : g lilty. People vs. James Eager, indicted
for ;* apt to commit robbery, and allowed till
I!. .r- ; ; ' plead. Venire issued to-day for thirty
Jar. rs; returnable at 2 o'clock.
T i uls for the surrender of County Warrants
ha hist call of the County Treasurer, w.i
--■ pi md by the Board of Supervisors, on the first o:'
September .and the amount of $5,070 60 of the in
di-htt via of the county was surrendered for the
?un of s.*.*'6 44, making a saving to the county
of $1.47; ‘ . fhis reduces the indebtedness of the
county s7.t'K? 64 since the first day of May. The
am :.t ;a;I \ y the c unity in cash. was $4>94 dS.
-•iv_ .. . v *n:ity s2,ls;• f*6, on the indebtedness
of th-' a ty surrendered since the first day of
May 1864.
i'.: : sg. —Upon the reception of the news of
■he c _*a cof Atlanta, the loyal citizens of Oro
a ii: ; -cd the little giant cannon to be rolled oat
■ f Sh< - ■
the rebel-, the “flags of our Union” fi >ated trium
phantly :V--ra every pole, and cheer after cheer
we a: up .m the workshops, business places and oh
; :s. as the nows was communicated, for
the ...lla:;t Sherman and hi? noble army.
Unit via.— In the report of the proceeding**of the
Uni ai County Convention, as published in the
Record. the name of the delegate from Concow
precinct was omitted, namely—Goncow Valley, W*.
H. R. Th mas. in the same report, the name of
flu c ... a man was incorrectly given as “J. R. W.
Ib e. ' It should have been W. I!. R. Th. mas.
iii t a chit r went up in honor of the nomination of
McCh iau ir m the Peace-War Democracy of Oro
vii.c. G d news from the Federal Army having
been received about the -ame time, a jollification
on their part would have needed an explanation, as
the Peuuviacy" of the present day never celebrate
Federal victories.
II: :u Tkt at.—As Pr lessor Lamp was making
his n>c.ai daily trips vi-iting his numerous custo
mers. he thoughtfully halted in front of our office,
and pre-cuted us with a quantity of refreshments
?uch ,4>. i.i quality, are surpassed by none. The
mince. ;'. :na and apple pie- were delicious, the
cak - .l id “pop” ditto; and can be furnished only
by Lamp.
Is IV*wn.—T. C. Gridley. or Sanitary n * .'net?
is in : wn. his. id home, visiting his friends and
. ccs. He looks hearty, and ia good spir-
H-s name is ia the Im. of receipts for the
Record.
Ten^tey.—Attention ; called to the advert iso
men: : Pr. Winters, a well known dentist of Ma
rys'i’ie. He wi“ pay a visit to Chic*'. the coming
week, to tender bis professional services.
Attention Guard?.—The members of the Ore
v l.c G .ard are requested to meet at Armory Hah.
on Monday morning at seven o'clock.
Correction.— The Marysville Appeal is mista
ken about the Oroville Guards being the guests of
the Rifles ; each company goes it cn its cwn
hook.”
Wj return thanks to oar country snbec—cm for
th. »r libers’ re nsec bran re of the rrtrrer
Tocsg Folks Concert.— Thecoccert given
on last Wednesday evening, by the Young
Folks for the purpose of getting fncds to pur
chase a library for the Sunday School, was
well attended and a perfect success. Kacb
one did the part assigned in the programme,
satisfactorily, and in seme cases, with massed
ability. The net proceeds of the concert was
873. Mr. Sovereign deserves much credit
for the interest he has tasen in promoting so
landable an object. We append a certain res
olution of the Young Folks which embodies a
deserved recognition.
At a meeting if the Yocng Folks, held on
Thursday evening, the following resolution
was unanimously adopted :
Resolved. —That the thanks of the Yonng
Folks who participated in the recent concert,
be. and is hereby tendered to Mr. Jas 0.
Cousins, for his gratuitous services as musician
on that occasion.
And it was further resolved that the above
resolution be published in the Union Record.
The following are the names of the Yonng
Folks who participated on that occasion :
Miss Sarah Vaughn, Helen Craig, Georgia
Butts, Frances Meeks. Ellen Taylor, Emma
Rhodes. Louisa Granger, Josephine Elliott,
Katie Gilman, Mary Smyth, Lily Burlingame.
Nina Goowin, Homer Craig, Thomas Smyth,
William Miller. Harwin A. Downer, Fred. R.
Danfortb, Edmund W. Fogg. Frederick C an
Meter, Frederick Stober. Frank Green.
Drv Goons 4 Clothing —Messrs. Shreyr & Co.
of Marysville, display the largest and nest assorted
stock of clothing and dry goods, north of San Fran
cisco. They have two fine establishments on D St.,
at* 4 69 —one department devoted to clothing en
tirely, the other to dry goods , and that class of ar
ticles especially adapted to the ladies. We noticed
gentleman's walking suits, of elegant styles, and
novel and approved pattiros. Also boys'suits in
equal variety. The ladies' department embraces
everything in that line, from a patter of pins to a
moire antique and Brussels skirt. We reommend
tills firm to those ol our triends in Butte, who con
soler economy in their purchases, and who appre
ciate ac-ommodating and gentlemanly treatment.
United States Hotel, Marysville. —We
cal! attention the advertisement ol Mr. Stokes,
who has recently returned after a long absence,
to renew his connexion with this old estab
lished house. •■Charley" Stokes is one of our
pioneer landlords. He kept the 6rst restao
rant worthy of (bat name—in Marysville.
From that lime to this, his experience has run
mostly in that line, which would indicate that
he bad become by this time fully perfect in
the business. We commend bis house to a
share of public patronage. Mr. Mixer runs
an opposition stage from this house to Sacra
mento.
Dregs 4 Medicines, Masysvillk— Mr.
Chiltle graces our present issue with a pleth
oric advertisement. He has. unquestionably,
the largest stock of drugs, medicines 4c.. in
Marysville, all of which are set forth indue,
and attractive form, in his advertisement.
Mill Machinery. — Half a duzeu teams loaded
with new ma hiuerv pas.-ed through town Friday,
ou its way to Oregiui fiiy, in this county. Tire
machinery is I > lie pul up on some quartz ledges iu
that vicinity, which are ascertained to be rich #
That's the style We have abundant resources
t gold strictsin the State, All thit is
required is energy, and system to make them avail*
able.
Tin; I.ecti"ke <( Mr. (iarnham. Monday nigh*,
was well attended. and much interest manifested iu
the subject—llepublicanism Vindicated: The Phi
losophy of Imperialism—which the lecturer treated
u a manner pr-.viug that he is a close student of
both ancient aud modem history.
The Bn .id of Supervisors adjourned on Friday
slot. Their proceedings will appear next week.
Qi'astrem. in town. —The Virginia Union,
of Aug. 30th. says i; was rumored in the silent
yesterday, that the notorious guerrilla and
batcher, (Jaanirell, bad arrived in this city I
We don't know how the report originated, and
it is possibly a canard : but our military and
civil authorities should keep a bright lookout,
as many people—good, bad and indifferent —
ire crossing the plains Ibis summer.
Receive I on Subscription.
TIK inas McPanel. Cherokee Flat *■> 00
-
John Critfith, Butte Creek 3 00
'A’biitier & I’.nrr . ;. r h<, F.i.terprise . 3 00
Peter 01.-ea. Lougvilie. PI a mas c 0... 2 50
John Vo up:. Hamilton 2 50
Mr>. En.iiv Ltartl; ■’ new . Forhestowa *• •
• - . rees
- . . . .... ....8 00
F.L. Li.-k. FntorprUe 300
David Lewi-. Wyandotte 3 00
H. C. C.iiuhy, An.'tiu. Nevada Territory 1 <
V. R. Hatching. Central House 5 00
William Heim, Hamilton. 3 00
DFIFOS AND MEDICINES.
DRUGS & MEDICINES!
n THE I'N'DERSIGXED HAVING PUR
of Mr. A. McDermott his entire Stock
ul * Pr .gs and Medicine?-, will continue the
br.viness at the Old Stand of A. McDermott,
(OROVILLE). and will keep constantly on hand a
large and well selected slock of
Drugs,
Medicines,
Chemicals,
Perfumery,
Camphene,
Paints,
Oils, &c., &c.
Particular ptid to coxpoaadin; Pmcr.p
tioii. aad Dispecarni Medicines.
COLIOMt DAHBATH.
Left-Wing of tee Confederacy is Cocncil.
Quite a number of politiciaas, known na the ** Dem
ocracy.” assembled, in open council, at the Court
House, on Friday of ’as* week. It appeared as
though it were a -volunteer” arrangement with the
delegates; or, ia tber word® self-elected, and with
out any apparent authority. Be that a? it may.
They bad not the appearance of the "unterrined”
that usually assembled, ia days gone by. upon
such occasions—neither did the* possess the proud
and firm appearance—the manly look—nor had
they the same grand objects ia view. It apparently
indicated a "terrihed” assemblage, composed, as it
were, of lost tribes, mar-haling their forces under
the various titles of "Copperhead.’. "Peace Demo
crat.” and "War Democrat;'* attempting to regain
their former strength, under the leadership of the
distinguished xm.-cegenuf.-.nisis and slavery prop
ogandi-ts. such a- Breckinridge. Buchanan. Vaian
dirham, and their recent convert. McClellan.
The sateiiles of these mighty bodies’’ soon harmo
nized to perfection!— principle was no barrier in
affecting an organization! The exercise of the
• sober second thought” by a small minority, be
dimmed or muddled their perceptive faculties, that
they couldn’t see the consistency [?] of planting
a " War Democrat” on a ‘ Peace Platform;*’ the
policy wa« unobjectional, thought to be well
planned for vote-catching; but. in case victory
should perch upon the dev ted heads of the cuivai
ronsmiscegenationists. how about "recognition.”
Then. Litul Mac might prove a "bad egg.” To
crush idle wanderings, the political orators were
stood up. and “harmonious*’ j-peeches were poured
forth till the ear-wax «*f even doubting disciple®,
was warmed with the "sound and fury” and all
went "merry as the marriage bell”—a peace plat
form was adopted —which means recognition—and
Litul Mac placed thereon and complimented fur his
patriotism and consistency! By resolution, the
rebellious Conthieveracy was "let alone”—J*fl.
Davis was not denounced, rebel ma-sacres were
not touched upon -and, nothing of the kind: but,
the Federal authorities, and the Government to
which they owe their protection and safety were
denounced as usual. The "Left wing” after ap
pointing a majority of old Breckinridge chivs as
delegates to their State Council, adjourned—sine
died.
DIED.
Id Oroville, September '.*th. 18H4,0f inflammation
of the brain. Alvah Lovell, son of J.M.and
Mary M. Brock, aged 3 years. *2 months and 2 days.
The friends of the family are lequested to attend
the funeral from the residence of the parents to-day
(Saturday) at ‘2 o'clock P. M«
liquors.
PHIL- FARRELLY,
Wholesale Dealer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wines 8c Liquors.
HUNTOON STREET, OROVII.LK.
UNDERSIGNED BEING th A a kite
H to his friends and the public generally, lor
their liberal patronage h r the last eight years.so
licits a continuance of the same, as be has spared
no expense in fitting up nis plate of business, and
building a FIRE PROOF VAULT.is now prepared
to wait on his customers, and guarantee he will
serve up n thing but the best of French Brandies,
Fi: e Old y. 11 'kind Gin, Wines and English
Ale and Porter, and Pure Native Wines, and will
-ell in Cj uinnti. s ; -ait the grade, as cheap as any
House N« Fill of San Francisco. Agent for Lyon A
C Ale and Oregon Cider. Keeps always on
loinda large and well selected stock. n2S-il
Oruville. May 14, 1334.
PHILIP FABBELLY.
W. M- ELLIOTT,
Wholesale and Retail
LIQUOR DEALER,
Hnntoon St..between Montgomery and Pine,
Orovillo.
X. u3l G- IE XL BEER,
From the Celebrated Brewery of
E. S. C. GRI'IILER, Sacranic-nto,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
OrovL>, May 3m-u2T.
MISCKU.ANOI'S.
OKOVILLS MARKET!
Having purchased of w. w. benton
the B itchcr Shop known as the Oruville
Market, on Montgomery Street, under the Odd Fel
low-; Hall, we 'hall continue the business at the old
stand. We keep constantly on hand
The Very Best of Meats,
And of every variety the market aff *rds. No nains
will be spared f* fill all order* in the must sau-rac
tory manner while purchasers can as-ured
that they will be served with such an article a* rep
resented.
ALL MEATS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE.
All orders will receive prompt attention, and a
ra is respect
solicited. JOHN GKNENFIELD. *
Notice.
THERE WILL BE AN ELECTION HELD IN
I. M Im Distri t. s; the School House,
Saturday.the 11th of September, instant, fir
tne purpose of submitting to a vote of the people,
a tax • f three hundred dollars, for the purpose of
g the S
said District. Also, to select an Assessor and C■.
lector to asses* and collect the aforesaid tax. Polls
will be open from one to five o’clock P. M- By or
der of the Trustees.
THOMAS CON. )
J W. BABCOOK, - Trustees.
LYMAN ENSLEY. >
Notice to Creditors.
\LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
the Estate of George Harmon deceased. late
of Butte County. California, are hereby notified to
present the same properly vouched, to the under
signed in Oroville, w.ihin ten months from this
date.or thev will b« forever barred.
R. HOBART,
Executor of the Estate of
G-i-c Firm Jr deceased
Oreriil# August 31 I? e 4
hardware.
J. M. BROCK.
MS; .cweer. My*» tad Baatooa !W,
DEALER IS
HARDWARE,
Crockery, Stoves,
—ASD—
TIN W ARB,
Window Glass,
Powder, Fuse,
Cordage, Lend. Etc.,
VAXUFACTI RER OF
Hydraulic Pipes,
AND
IRON HOS JS2,
Rouse-Roofing and Flooring attended to |with
dispatch. if
A, P. BOYD & CO.,
-Dealers In—
Stoves, Hardware, Crockery, Stoneware, Glass
ware. Tinware. Sheet-iron-ware. Wood and
Willow-Ware.Cordage. Powder. Fuse,
Coal.Casteel, (Quicksilver. Pumps
Lead Pipe. Rubber Hose. Tar.
Garden Seeds. Shot, Far
mers’ Mechanics’
And Miners’
Tools.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironunre
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Auburn anti West Branch Lime.
Montgomery St. (bet. Hnntoon and Lincoln sts.)
Oroville;
■*■*7HERE THEY WILL BE PLEASED TO
y V see all who desire any £«• .Is in their line,
as they are prepared to famish goods at prices that
defy competition: and all goods sold are warranted
tn give satisfaction to the most fastidious, tf
LIVERY STABLES.
LIVERY STABLE.
Day & "Wheaton.
w vj Trill K UXDF.RSIUXED HAVIXfI
1 purchased the intere.t of Messrs
( Nye ami Conelly, will hereafter car
ry on the
Livery Business
hi all its branches, at the old stand, corner of
Montgomery and Hnntoon streets. Oroville
**«><><■ MSalsltn^.
can always Le famished to parties from abroad.
F. W. P \Y,
Oroville. Jan 1801. IV. W. WHEAI OS.
UNITED STATES
LIVERY STABLE.
ED fVARD BOIVDEX, Proprietor.
HE PROPRIETOR WOULD RESPECTFUL-
Iy inform the public that he has recently made
extensive additions of tine stock and vehicles to the
United States Livery Establishment, which can be
had at all time- at reasonable rates.
Horses kept on Livery at moderate and the
best Hay and Barley supplied.
FOR SALE.
The above Stable, with Horses. Carriages and
appurtenances, will besold very cheap, lor Cash
aB:tf ED. BOWDEN.
Livery and Sale Stable.
Frank Multner, Proprietor.
Hnntoon street. Oroville. opposite the California
Stage Co's Stable.
Having purchased and refitted
that 1 irse and well arranged Livery Stable,
with Corral attached. I leg leave to inform my
friends and the public, that I intend to carry on the
above business in ail its branches.
Carriages. D able and Single Buggies, Saddle
Horses etc., always ready.
My Buggies, Harness etc., are new and of the
latest style.
tr vcl.private P. xe« f r >:■*> k or Fancy Horses.
Attention will he paid to the Purchase and Sale
of all kinds of stock.
Corral'* and Sheets arranged for the ac
commodation of loo»* Slork.»f all kinds.
Cal. Northern Railroad.
SSL
MJBEM
MJd.
MARYSVILLE AND OROVILLE.
Regular trains leave martsville
for Oroviiie daily—conncciicg at Oroville
with Stages l e Calf r ft SI ige •' unpanj for
Shasta, ami the Northern Mines.
Lt.i • Marysville (Sunday excepted) at 5 A .
M.. and P. M.’
Leaving Oroville (Sunday excepted) at ? A. M.
and »i P. M.
Mir. lays—Leave Marysville at 3 P.H. Leave
Oroville at 6 P. M.
Freight reaching Marysville by steamboat, con
>:gned to **Care o? Railroad." will be received on
the car? at the Steamboat Landing, and torwarded
to Oroville without cost for forwarding commission
or drayage.
At’Oroville. merchandise for“np country" will
be stored is the Railroad Depot, and delivered to
order of owners free of charge.
AFPttw J BINKSY f -p r
BANKERS.
FAULKNER & CO.,
BANKERS,
Corner Montgomery »i»d Myers streets.
OBOTXLLE
Highest Prices Paid
.... FOR . ..
aOliD DUST
MAKK ADVANCES ON
GOLD DDST CUSSIGSED FOR AS
SAY UR CO IS AGE
At the United Slates Mint.
COUNTY SECURITIES BOUGHT.
CHECKS DRAWN OX
The Bank of California,
San Francisco.
Well*. Fargo & Co.'s Exchange
On the Principal Atlantic Cities, FOR SALE.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED. Collections made,
and a general Hanking Business transacted
E. LANE & CO.,
B A. X KE R S,
Orovlllo.
GOLD DUST BOUGHT.
ADVANCES
Made on Gold Dust for Assay or Coinage at the
United States Mint.
Sight Checks
OX MARYSVILLE AXD SAX FUAXCISCO.
6S* PURCHASE EXCHANGE, MAKE COL
LECTIONS, and transact a GENERAL BANKING
BUSINESS.
JEWLERS.
YOUNG & ANDERSON,
¥
WATCHMAKERS, JEWELLERS,
Opticians & Engravers,
Montgomery Street, Orovlllr.
4LL WORK IN OUR LINE ATTENDED TO
promptly, and at low rate?*.
fi ~m
GREAT ££
REDUCTION.
WATCHES. CLOCKS,
JEWELRY, FASCY GOODS,
AND SEW 1 N G MACHINES,
For Sale at
GEORGE E. SMITH’S JEWELRY STORE.
At Very Reduced Prices for Cash.
Gold and silver spectacles.
King*, Pins. Chains. Corals, Silver and
Plated Caps. Cake Baskets, Spoons, forks,
etc., etc.
Watches, Clocks and Accordeoas neatly
repaired.
Agent for the HOWE SEWING MACHINE,
These Machines will sew fine or coarse ma
teria!. makes the lock stitch, will not rip or
lavei. nor break the thread—price from $6O
upwards
Old Gold aod Sliver taken in exchange for goods.
Highest market price paid for Greenbacks
in goods.
i Geo. £. Smith.
■ -•
CROC
MlllDfc
J. M. CLARK
HOME AGAIN J
AT HIS OLD STORE.
On Myers Street between Montgomery and Bird.
OROVIIIE.
'*'M' r HERE I WILL BE PLEASED TO MEET
TT my old friends sad Customers. I have
just received ir a first hsnds in San Francisco, s
full assortment of
Fresh Goods,
And will be receiving from day to day any and til
goods in my i.ne, consisting in part as follows :
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, LIQUORS.
TOBACCO.
SHOVELS,
PICK HANDLES.
axe handles, axes,
ROPE. COAL OIL.
NAILS, FLOUR,
BARLEY.
CORN MEAL. AC. AC..
A share of your patronage is respectfully solici
ted. Orders’promptly attended to. and g.>odB de
livered free of charge to any reasonable distance.
J.!M. CLARK.
Oroville. June 1. 1864. 31 tf
GEO. C. PERKINS,
Wholesale &. Retail Dealer in
GROCERIES!
Provision* At Produce,
Corner My era and Montgomery St*.,
OROVILLE.
I AM DAILY RECEIVING, and keep constantly
on band, a large and good assortment of
all articles in my line of business,
Consisting of
CALIFORNIA MEATS,
Butter and Lard,
GRAIN', FLOUR & CORN' MEAL,
CAL. AND EASTERN CHEESE.
TEAS, SPICES, PRESERVES, PICKLES AND
PIE FRUIT,
And, in fine, all articles required for Family use
- ALSO -
LIQUORS,
Tobacco and Cigars.
Purchasers arc invited to give me a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Forward ins: and Commission.
Money advanced on Grain stored In my
Warehouse.
AGEXCY CHICO FLOCK MILLS
GEO. C. PERKINS.
J. BLOCH & CO.,
General Dealers in
GROCERIES,
Provisions,
Produce,
Wines, Liquors,
Tobacco,
Cigars, &c., &c..
Opposite Wells Fargo A Co’s. Office, Montgomery
STREET,
Orovllle.
TTMTE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
▼ ▼ full and large aborted stock of every arti
cle in our line of business, and are daily receiving
fresh supplies. We sell none but the best of
FAMILY GROCERIES,
THE CHOICEST
California Cured Meats,
Teas, Coffee,
Lard,
Ranch Butter,
Isthmus Butter,
Pickles,
Preserves,
Spices,
Corn Meal,
Extra Family Flour,
ffC., 4-C.,
Dealers will find it to their advantage to eaam
i_e our stock and prices before purchasing else
where. Cash paid for Hay, Gtwm, batter and
Eggs. Hides, and fur all description of Farmers
Produce.
FORWARDING & COMMISSION.
Ageo ry of Anaheim Wine Growers’ A satiation.
y BLOOS & cc
MARIS UUL
FASHIONABLE
CLOTHING!
FOB THK ENSUING
SPRING*, SI MMER SEASONS.
M. SHREYR & CO.,
Have |ast received direct from the East a li-rg.-
stock of Ste
Custom Made Clothing,
OF BROADWAY STYLE. NEW YORK
To which the attention of the residents -f Oror- 'e
and Bane Connty ftneralir is respect;allv invrted.
French Cassimere Suits,
Also. ENGLISH AND AMERICAS
Fine Business aml Walking Suite,
Of the latest Importati is mrd create'-.! v.inetv
Also a great vamu .! Kurr..>b:;u Go v.s. ugetß
er with a fine stock of
Youth & Boys’ Clothing.
Also,Assimeros. Beaver Cloths. Velvet , etc . tU .
Silk Vestings. Indian Tanned Glove*.
Trunks and Valises. Clothing made
to order on the most approved
Style and at short notice.
M. SIIRKIR A Cc..
No. D. St. Marysville, opposite Western H n r
S. R. ROSENTHAL,
Wholesale and Rets - Dealer in
Cigars and Tobacco
OE THE CHOICEST BRAXDS,
HVilrni House. Cor. of I) and Second St*tits.
MARYSVILLE.
Clgariotos, Pipes, Playiug l anls,
MATCHES, ETC,,
Orders from the country toheited and promptly
atter.drdto*%« frUitl
WESTERN HOUSE.
Corner of D and Second Street*.
MARYSVILLE.
THIS HOUSE IS CENTRALLY LOC I
TED, and will be kept as formerly.
FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
Containing ONE HUNDRED well (urnnhcd
rooms; it aftoids the best of accommodation* fur
Families and Transient Boarders.
» f -m STAGES LEAVE DAILY FOR
*Er. all parts of the State
Jan 16 3rn R. M. LOWREY A CO, Prop trv
GEO. A. FOULK & BRO..
(SUCCESSOR TO S. A. FOULK.)
Dealer* in
Groceries & Provisions,
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, COAL OIL MEAT
A.vn STOCK BAI r, FLOUR
GRAIN. POTATOES A.VD
PRODUCE GENER ALLY.
FOR MAH DING s. COMMISSION.
145 First St., opposite Plata,
MARYSVILLE. CAL.
G. COHN,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
AMERICAN, GERMAN
AND
Havana ClgnrS.
Smoking (V Chewing Tohatro, Etr.,
NO. 4»L D STREET.
[Next door to the Calil raia Stag* \ Ufflce,]
M A RYSVILLE. C A LIl UILN lA.
A. WALKER,
Corner of Third and E Street*,
MARYSVILLE.
Ha* in store and for *ale
THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK
OF
Groceries,
Provisions,
And Liquors,
NORTH OF SAN FRANCISCO.
All of which be is determined to dtapoM of
A! Low RntM, Fort a»h.
Wool, Hide*, Grain,
And California Produce Generally.
Bought and sold by \ WaLKEIL
feb 6 If
ESTABLISHED 1760.
PETER EORIEEARI).
Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer.
16 At I* (HAMBF.R* ST -
(Formerly 42. Chatham street. NEW YORK )
Would call the attent n of De»’er» to the »rttC.e.
of his manufacture, viz :
BROWN SNTIT.
Macabov. Demigro*.
Fine Rappee. P':re Virginia
Coarse Rapper Natcmtocbta.
American Geatlcman. Copenhagen
tellcw SNurr.
Scotch. FT r.-y Dew ' Vj,
High Toa*t Rr t* h. Fre-h H wDewSclok
Irish Hgh Toast. Fre»h -> :-h.
or Landy Foot.
tar Attention %V.e4 t thelvrered. * o*n
price* of f :ne Cut Cbew ng and Pm bnf Toba-v»a
which will be foundot a.superior Quality.
TOBACCO.
SMOKING- FINE CTT CHEWING.
Long, P. A. L.. or plain.
No. 1, Cavendfsk. or Sweet Spar..ah
X- : ' ( - r . ec Cmmiw.
No*. 1 A 2 nixed. T:a foil Caveadiab, Torbieb
Granulated.
K 3—A Oircolif he*eat oe affli*a?.*B

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