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of public buildings, and tsvolvo salt
I iKu, " gvon ro Ibo Stuto, to ba dls
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I !;u!lure shall provide ; and (he usual
per.cenlB on ,n0 no Proceeds from
L nU of public lands within our
limit!, making hi tho aggregate, ninety-1 J
tkh tuousana nvo nuiinrcu and sixty
iurioi lami, esowoivo 01 mo luin i
,d ith wctions i forty.flvo thousand
ud eighty acres oi wnicli is to lio np-., . aiikaitkii
li 10 educational purpose. XlJ'JEWJSLHY MADE TO ORDER.
jnd Ittid ill any or tho vi.llvys, west
J tht Cascade range of mountain. '
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c? b. located under the Provi,ion.;
tmsr ho expected to say somctliinn!1
ta rvlation to the courso 1 mny pursue
otil, In the discharge of tho duties ori'
,ieple assigned mo by the partial- ,
i'T 01 ieno --ciiuDiis.
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j.ij. n( llin nrliRO of fJrii-nrnnr with I
I milt uirvii .iiv ui.iiiiniKU u. iiiv.i
CDllT UjtUU lllU UIVUIIlllU Ul IlIU
AgJnce and misgivings ns to myIVidnE'"!0 V01reiJutd iol'Pr l"frs!
UE.J I. discharge the duties of ,o j-
li sua retiionstuio nn oineo in n
earner to suusorvo nnu nuvnnco mo
I ti interests of tho State; hut, shnll
It gurcrned strictly bv the constitu
lion, truilin" much to tfie wisdom, In-
ttllince nnd patriotism of tho Legts-
litart snd tho people, endeavoring to
. t .1... t...i f it. .n!A ri.i.
ClKMrgc uiu uuuca ui uiu uuiuc iniiii
fiilr, impartially nnd to tho best of
.. .I.ilift Tnp llin fnmrnn rrnnfl 1 1
uj sunny lor mo common gnouj'TbuiiiTUKY OK OUEtiUN,
1 shall endeavor lo keep politics ns
urrtmorcd from my oiiicial nets ns
bit he consistent with tho clrrum.
tuners which brought about my elec
L-oo. It is tho doctrine of nil parties
lilt the agents of tho party in powor
ibonld he selected from that patty
licb is responsible for tho manner in
vkh the government Is administered,
ssd my administration will form no
exception to tho gcnoral rule Much
u I should regrut to rxcrciso that prU
tilt; under tlio constitution, wherein
lit Governor is clothed with a negative
poutron nil subjects of legislation,
viti shall never shrink from.tho exrr
cue of the veto power when, in my
opinion, my ontli, or the public good
I desire, gentlemen, at this time to
offer my thanks to tho poople of Ore-
goo for their confidence, ns expressed ,
bv thdr selection of myself ns thel
lead of tho cxecutivo department of
lie State, pledging myself ngniust the
abate of that ennfidenco, ofiuring you
the assurance that whatever -.bility 1
miy possess shnll be brouglit to the
ducbargo of tho duties of my position.
J congratulate you on the happy
and prosperous condition of our coun
try .our f.j.'w -jy lienUb nil proa.
Lnuor divine providenco we
are biciuu with nuundant linrvosts,1
and it is fittinrr that wo. nt this time. '
commend our tntunt Stnto to tho pro-'
lection of an all wise being. ji
Tho bili relnting to courts passed. I
The Slate tax bill was tnken up.nndtj
after some debnto tho tax was fixed nt;
" 1 n mill. l;
. . - . . 'i
Mr. Tichonor introduced a bill to
establish county soat of Curry at the1
mouth of Uoguo Itiver. I'nssed. jj
J'tiiDAr, July 0. .
StNATU, Tho revenuo bill passed, J
stid some other business transacted, i
Adjourned sine die. il
ujnurncn sine uie. ;)
Hofsi:. Mr. Nelson, of Vnmhill,!.
.igned. Soat tieclnrod vacant.
1 ho revenuo bill passed, and some,
other husinrss done. I
Tho Speaker nddrcssed tho House ,
as follows; l
Gentlemen of the House of Renre
iciuaincs : i am gratified to Know that
you deserve my hearty thntiks for the
aid rendered mo during tho few days
'vehave been in session; and I beg ,
to he nlllowod to congratulate vou ,
upon the peace, harmony, and genorul
personal kindness that bns prevailed
durins tho political contest for United
Slut.. .. ....i.. i i. . ...... r
&utes beim tors. It Is a lourea of
jJeasuro to all, that all conflicts of po. '
' -"- 'HW. WWK.V- w. W.-,,W.
hlical opinions have not been allowed
to disturb any personal relations.
IliluInn Mnini.lAlml ll.n ..-!. m w. !.
.1....I.. --i ..t ! horse, some saddle marks, and ahai
Mutely necessary at the present time,. I round wllon ,10 c, A'1)v i(lrurm
tl'A -....... .1 . . 1 ..1. .. .. m ' . . .
v vbiiiiui uui, lucn, pari in pence, j
asking the blessing ond protection of.
Providence ; nnd that we may be por- j
milled lo meet in this Hall again on j
the second Monday in Soptentber next. '
This House Blends ndjourned. j
C"The California Stage Compa
ny's conch leaves Yreka and Jackson,
title an hour later than formerly. The
road is in fino ordor, and the trip is
very easily mado in ten hours. "Dan"
is kind and obliging to everybody, ns
many of our subscribers can testify.
Ricn.uto IhioTiictis of tho Daily
Newspaper Depot, Yreka, has furnish
ul us regular files of San Francisco
and Sacramento daily papers.
Illinois ' alley
rIMIE Proprietors would Inform the Pub
JL lie that they are prepared to inaufnc
lure the besl arliela or
suiPifiEiFinii! wwm. '
This Mill is located In the contra of the
te.t Flour Morket in Oregon, and svheal
will be flourod on as favoruble terms as at
Kir mill, in Rome River Vnllcv.
Hi-hesl Cash Price pnld for wheal liitf!
S. W. BICIIKSOK,
UIII SIDE CALIFORNIA ST..
ocawu .ioor caw o AV Dorado.
JACKSONVILLE, 0. T.
r tr . "f
w alclics Carefully Bcpalrrd
.hurt or 1'ublic pairmmge.
All work will rccuire nromnt atiantion.
Htlll tvlll tut aillln.1 11 m. M..a ..-J -I.
JSSS 23d, 1858. 23.3
In I)oucln Countr Frobnto Court.
TLItlllTOUY OF OUEGON',1
, ct?T or I'"""-"! i
"& Winwnis.Admlniiu.tor of K.uio
llniri ofS. II. Martin.
Ordorcd that nit nor.nn. Ini.r.int In
livtiAl IH.i4 l lit.
uuice in lloniUiiiK, to .1..,. rnuia whf alii
uuEr inuuiu iiui us grnnieu in ma minim.
I.lmtnr lo tl an iiiucli or the real lata
(if the drcaased as aliall be rrquliila In pay
filch ailoM-aiicn, cliargti, and dobli at aro
rrobato JuJCe I) C, O T.
J ui j c, tar.a
In Donelns County Piobntc Conrl.
Tr II If lllll V rL HL.V i
Cot'KTr nr Dutcm.
ZncIiciii VnuiKiTiiiniid, Adininiitralor of!
the C.late of Henry IVarl, dncentcd, Into ,
nfaaid cuuntr, hating filed llll arc oiilitt'
fur final cltliimetit, It it ordered tliaflie'
make artllrinent o the account, nf a-Id I
"lite on the fir. I djy of the Stiiitember1
j Term rf the Probate Court of aaid county,1
lo tie livid at lloaeburg, in said enmity, on J
I the fir-t Tue.day In September, A. 1).
13.19, where all per. on. itilerr.ttd in a. id '
,entatn are notified In attend if limy think l
'proner. WM. CATHCAIIT,- j
July C, 16M. 2313 !
f nnCEIPTSAKD EX1TVDITURES
, y or Jnckon County, for the year end-
lag rune ouia. imi:
Amount or oulitatidlnj: County
Warrnuts July 1st, 1867, ex
clusive nf Interest. $10,051 31
Amount of County Warrants Is
sued from July 1st, 1857, to
Juno 30th, HUB, Inclusive, as
,or "l,c,?K". r Vur,V"',
.. h Kf.1 rl,
l'ces nnu bai.tnrt,
1 " County Paupers,
" " Public Uulldings,
1 ' ' Rents,
1 " Roads,
1 MlMcllancous expenses,
" 3CA 26
1'.'.'. 30 I
mi so i
SCI 2A I
Deduct amount of County War-
rantu -eHleeni-il iinil riinfll.t.
1 Ilalance of Warrants outstand
ing, exclusive aflutercst, Juno
Auditor J. C. '!
0OC C. Boekmatt will accept our
,"",k rr &" f States p.icrs or tho
KrSomo special notices aro crowd-
od out. Will make all right,
WCitem StarLodgoU.D. A.F.& A.M.
Rcsular Meetlncs held at their Hall In i
Kcrhyvillc, Saturday precetding full moon.' i
All members In rjood standlnc arc Invited'1
... "" (i
M. JI. WILLIAMS. W. M.
Cain. E. HuiwxKn, Sec.
Kerliyvllle, Jan. 1st. 1838. HJul2
T?KOM the Ranch of Jmnet Crow &'
-L Co., in Rogue Riser Valley, on or;
"bo",.,,."L !. H ''! "r.A '.'.' ' la't.one UROWN ,
,,, ..-., ..A... Ill ....
,,r si.rtiv iiuunc, tome w i no nairs
lnle ,9dmeuiu; 8 or 0
old, .tar in forehead, one hind loot ss hitr-,
branded on leu shoulder stilli W, andT.
under Ihe W, some dim brands nn left
hip, rather a hlpb-bonud, rugged looking'
ending to the recovery vftaid horse will.
be suitably rewarded. Such iiiforinalioii
can be given to James Crow iV Co., R. R
V-llmr. nr (iriieli H. ISInnrfi.. I. llll. Itull.
Creek, or to the undersigned at Eugene!
(?: muv si'ui'rr a t.-ri I
uno IStli. 1836. 27
Action for Divorce.
District Court, 3d Judicial District.
Lei he Nelson, f
r. Action fur Divnree,
Grnrge Nelson, j
You will please take notice that unlets
ynu appear In the District Courl uf the 3d
Judicial District of the Territory of Ore
gon, on the first day of the term to be held
at Itoseburg, Oregon, on the Clh day nf
u. ....... i. a n lar.u ....i .....,!..
vciiviiwvi , . . l,w, luu nii ill ilia .
r.l,ltin nTlhi, film.. .illniAit nlHimifT lit. l'
!'.. .,' -.- .. --.v .....,. ,..H ., ...w
same svill bo taken for confeitiou, and the
prayer thereof will be Krsnled by tho court.
Dated Itoseburg, July 5th IB.
A C. GID1I8,
Atl'y for Petitioner.
To George Nelson, DePt. -7U
rKo the Traveling lulllc!
fX nAY has taken bis Old Uouse
J again. Meals 60 cents; $1 jier nlghl,
for Footmen, r.ud Man and Jlurse i-.
'!- CALL and try me.
W. B.nAY. I
1Y the subscriber, an estray American
) Cow, flea billon or red and while
tpecklnd, blind In Ihe right eye, square
crop off tho loft car, and hat a young calf
.May bo found at Meadotva ranch, near
John Anderson's farm, In this valley. The
owner Is nolllled In psy charges sod tsl.e
her assay T. S. MOORE.
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B0!TS AAW SIEKDBS.
Groccrks-liquors - Tobacco - Cigars,
yr . OILS AND TAINTS. . I
.liining- ana Agncvuurai. impicmcntt.
XT ARF. NOW ItCCCIVlNn a large!
' T snd welt asierird Slock orOrneral
Merchandlne, nhieh we offer CHEAP
tun uas I.
Thanklnv llin tinlillr Tnr llmlr mtin.i
licretofore. wm linnn Iit rlnan nntlnn
huilniia to marit ils conlnmance. 2ltf
Corner of California and 4th streuti,
rpilH Stable is large and well arranged,
X. and cn.lnmen can be arcominodaieu
at a moment', notice with iurmrior
11UGGIES Double or Single.
This Stable hai bavu erected sriioarr
ciprn.e.and .lucked with the fine. t blood,
ed hor.c, well suited for the saddle or
Uxperivnced grooms alwnya In ntlend
anca. Nn pains will bo .pared m nccom
modalc cnilomers in superior style.
Knowing that the public will eitond
patronage wheie ll It due, the proprietor
flutter. Iiini.elf that he will be able to ac
commodate all. at lea.nnabte ralra, for
P. I. & T. I
OFFERS FOR SALE a large and well
eelccltd anorlnient of JStapte and
7OOT5 .V SHOES,
and nil kinds orGROCERIEt), which they
will tell Cheap fur Cash, at their rtoro on
Jacktonville, July H, IS.' 3. flOtf
Tctli. Ur. Jebs Herrbold wilt leave
for Frszcr River about tbo First ot August,
and tliote vrbo with work done In tbe len
list's line must apply Immediately; alto,
those owing blra are retjuestcd to "ponglo''
up and tale receipts. 2Ct3
STAGE LINE ' '"oK-c"
r R O M 'JACKSONVlLLEi'
Crescent iAy !
At-,.,... , ,.,. .., '
MLR MO.NDAl, JLNL Mth,
1859, James Clvoaoc & JoilM
DltfM triW run a Tri U'eeAv Line of'
Stage Coaches Ictuxcn Jacksonville
CUi, leaving Jackson-
title on TUESDAYS. THURS
DA YS and SATURDA YS, and con.
necting with Geo. Johnson's
At Sailor Diggings, for Crescent City,
ON 3IONDA YS, WEDNES
DA YS and FRIPA YS, so as to con-
nect vith the California Stares at'
PASSENGERS Hooking their namrtat
the Union lintel or at the office of the Un
ion Lisrry Stable, svill ha i"urniahed svith
Through Tickets Tor Cre.cent City, in 30 il
hours arrangements having been nude ;
with Juliutou' Passenger Train--and
Ihroiigh from Yicka lo Croscenl Cily in
00 hours. II
V H. Mall carried regularly. g-tf
WkuliMiiIc nnd llrlnll UtnUr I
-. .,-, c-j ,rj n r on
ilooka, Htiitionery, fcc.
HAVING PURCHASED THE IN- pis present mem mr .aymont, ana an
lerestof Dasid Levii.g.r in the above '' "'?' lnU"',,d ,0 ,,l "'"I""" ' ""lu
bu.iness.is nuwoilerius ul the old .land il'ed ,0. "ul tl'iraccouuls inside oflhirty
a largo ostorlraent oftha best brands or j rrom date.
- .-. ... -.- -,. i Our suseessors, a. Hrilmer Co., we
(DH-rAIES ArilD VBlBi-.SKDD J' recommend to our friend, and cu.to.ners.
Cnnfeetioncru and Fruits. 1
School Hooks, Stationery, tVc,
Very Cheap for Cath.
nj" Call, if you want a Good Cigar
Jacksonville, Nov SI. 4fWf
TOTICE is hereby given that on Sat
1 unlay, the Hi til 4ay of Jftlly,
A. D. lb-d. at 10 o'ulock in the forenoon.
I svill expose at Public Auction to the 1
hlgliett bidder, for cath, an the promltes
in Jotnphine County, O Tthe following
tract of land, to witi Beginning 140 rods
svest of the section corner between sec
lions 3, 4, 1) and 10, in township 30 South,
ol range S West, thnnce north IG0 rods,
thence east b0 rodt, thence tatilh 3'JO rods,
thence east SO rods, thence north ItiO rodt
lo plsca of beginning, containing lliU
acres, moro nr loss, and known as tho
'Kerby Ranch,'1 upon which tho town ofl
Kerby villa is located; together svith all!
and singular the henditamenla and appur
tenances thereunto belonging, j
Said properly svill be otfered fur tale by I
virtue of an execution Istued out oflhe
Clerk's Ogico of the 3d Judicial District..)
ul the Territory of Oregon, and to me di-, T ANDEKSON take this moth
reeled, for debt and costs accruing in an , it od of Informing the Farmers and
acliuu wherein' J, Frank Klory it Co. were! ! Slock Reisers that he Is prepared to lake
iilaintilTe, and Jas. Kerby & Co. were tie
fendtnts, aaid debt and oosts amounting
lo $Go0 svith interest and accruing cotlt.
JABIrJH imPiUbU-iiUl T,
Nherid'of Jutophiue County, O, T
' Jierlivsl l'e. U. 1'.. June -"-'. lee VI
'4 -j -,- -
.... ui'iuo mr ypabtie houra, and in now
""" "" "m butiners. Uimd farm.
i land attached, d ona of the bent slock
' Piy i uuaur' For Addre"'
il 1st. fiimif Hoffmsn &Co.ai;..
by nolifidd to scillo
with none other than
llolTman t Jarvla.
J. W.J A II VIS.
Union Mills, July Dili, 1833
-2 U .1
PAY UPt AND SETTLE UP 1
ANY rcrtSON, HAVING CLAIMS
agatitt me, will plea.e present them
and receive their pay.
And thoie knowine themtelvet Indrht-
ed III me fcr.vtnn.fn Slr.l nj.nl.i lor.?
;lll confet favor by calling immediately I
.'till .all ... .. i . V. . .t
, -v......g p (,r nnI. or ninrrwi.e.
t wv . 1 JOHN ANDEKSON.
nn. L. GANHNG.
l'..t.,-,- a ..,..
a-nyeirinn, nuisvuu uuu vvi.iivi ,
,"r7LL Promptly' sltend any who may .
t -The larger! and host selection of)
h.iia. w1 rlj.it Slmllrlnp.. pnnilinllv nn '
"'"t " '
OKFICE-Californla Street next to iht'l
Tin Shop. vmG -
113. STOCK Ott CO A 11 SE
Salt, lor talo by
MAURY A DAVIS.
J1 Vmvtiua Academy.
THE FIRST QUARTER OF THE
Summer He. .Ion or the Academic
Year will commence in term on the IGlh'
day of February Inst.
I For cnurte of stud, taws and regula
tions, see Catalogue. Docrd good, and st
I reasonable terra s.
, A. R. n.lNT,
I 4tf Principal.
ALL PERSONS HAVING TJXRKT
tled Accounts with the 1'lurnlx Mills
are requested tocall Immediately nud SEV
TLE THE SAME, as I am desirous to close
all the present accounts.
S. M. WAIT.
Phconlx Mills. Jan. 20. 1838.
SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL
HAS returned to Jackson
ville, nnd will continue
tbo practico of bis profession.
All work warranted. I
Hn flatlera him.cir that, from hi. long
lliornugii practice in uon-
able lo else tatisiaciion
vor him with a call.
California ilrect. on the
corner, oppo.iie ine -unioi.. n.
rPHE subscribers now having llioir Mill
JL and Distillery in excellent repair,
woald respectfully inlorni llio'r patrons
ar.d the public generally that they mjow
,. ., ...,,.... i - ir.i
' P,"!.0 V-S'.r ,.". i "". .
tu, jnuors, consisting of (Tin, llran-
dy,Whi.kvy, Lager IWr, Ac.
TllO.MAS & JAC0119.
Eagle Mills. Jan. S3, I B5B. 3lf.
The Kxael Time o Way.
Watchmaker and Jeweller
lint Incntcd in
SHOP On California Street, in
- rTrATCHES and Jewelry Repaired on
.hurt notice. All kinds ul Jewelry
Manufactured and Engraved lo order, in
Wiirhvtand a general assortment ofi
Jewelry on hand and for sale chetp Tor
I "rVrnTTHP'. t
' V --v-'-!
rjlHE Coparlnerthip exuling under the
:, - - ,'
ante of Cohen Si Crane it this day I
dlisnired by mutual content. Alltho.ei
having accounta iigaintl the firm, will!
COI1I.N & CRANE.
Althouse, April I, IS5?. 13u2
'Vablc IXoelt Uakcry
I ORSOOif STSr.IT.
"IJIE undersigned has on hand, and is
1 1 always ready td manufacture lo order,
! all kinds of
Pies, A. c .
All kinds of Syrups, and everything in
!iu his llneof butinrss, usually found in
' fltl. l".,irj,.llfiiinv ir l. IiIm.
For Weddings, Rails 'or Parlies, 30I up in
good style, and at (he ahortest nonce
WM. HESSE & CO.
Jacksonville, Dec. 1. -if.
Ihe svildetl hones end break lliom in a
short time say not to exceed three houra
lo he. perfectly gentle and lame.
, I'or.om aetirous ui Having tueir uortes
1' trained, by giving linn nollce, can ue at-
lommodatcd. I rire, f 10.
ITyou dtslro Sit theto, w e oJrle yon to
'' t i7W?SBf .W V VV 9 HHrffHnrlllUnirUils
' r-wn,-:H n ra vm&mmrm!?rT.
I aEjStfuB. l . a SMti' m- '" W ' 1
iiMMMii an m m k im wm mum g
87, 8f and tTiiTciacsaorH "-iirrri- i iu nno iii hiii iiiinrniiisn
Thlt establithment Is eem.
bU. .me.ni is cen. , ,
edCllwf, SfliT "
per week, $3 5U , Board, nr
and in the im
and the Unit
Honrd per week
' -.-, mn.e Rooms furnished complete,
Room.o; lodglngseanbe had by
to suit the convenience ofall
T,, tj.,, fiued up in' the very best
best curled hair mliei.ei, clean hnddlng.
I Pnniriior llATIIINti accommodatlona
SHOWER HAT US FKJSJil
I'nrt Piisioc In the Omnibus lo and
Omnibus to avoid lmpoillion
suppllrd with psprrs, ncriodlcalt, A:c.
0-TIIE llUUBii is ui'i.n ziiju
tf- Trselets will please remember
'Going to San Francisco for
! TACOII A. DHUNNER IS AllOUT
(J starting to San Frane.sco. Therefore
all Accounts duo the firm of J. A. Ilrun-
nrr A. Urother iuut be settUd immediate
ly. We respectfully rrfjucl all thoie who
a're indebted In the above firm by note or
book account, to come forward and aetlle,
and save trouble and expen.et.
2lii3 11RLNNER UllOTIIERS.
Patent COMBINATION CUSHIONS,
Acknosvlcdged by the best
Professional and Amateur Players
TO sc TICK
Only Correct Cushions Now la Use t
THESE TAHLES AND CUSHIONS
are now sold as losv as the "Old I'o-
gie" Tables of tho day. And as a proofof
their superior merit, it is only neccsiory
tocall attention to the
Got up in this elly, made from PASTE
HOARD ond old HORSE IILANKET-,
and palmed oil" on the uiitu. peeling as
One of these tnl.erable ecoundrels hss
been CAUGHT IN THE ACT. His
name, and the namo of the gentleman he
fleered, will be tliasubjectofaiisthertom
Pailies sendiug their Old Rails to the
! (uli.cnber, (who It now nuking thrsel
Cushions under i'lieUns i'alenl,) can nave
them covered with aets of the genuine nr-1
ticlet, and returned in twenly-fuur hours
Jutt received, aome splendid Model To-
l.la flaL lli..miinnil Mdtl 1mUnmmn. UL t I. 1
Hlato and Marblo Ueds. Alto Billiard
Triuuningt of every description. Address,
E. M. HUGHES, Sole Agent.
6m3 lfO Jarkton ttreet, Ban Francisco.
TTAS erected NEW BUILDINGS and
X L refilled the old tavern stand at
C U 11 y O M V I 1 1 C ,
NORTH END OF THE CANYON,
Douglas County, O. 'P.,
Where he It prepared to accommodato Ihe
Traveling Public in good stylo.
Will be as well furnished as any 111 Oro
gun. THE STADLE
Is large, and well supplied with Hay snd
Grnin. Particular attention paid tu sni-l
ft, Every allention paid to those who
may lavor htm with a call.
Oct. i.'.. 1K7. 44tf
HAS ERECTED A NEtV And Com
modious tavern staud at the
South End of the Canton, Douglas
County, V. T.,
Where lie it prepared to accommodate the 1
pubio in good tlyle. The long residence
01 tiie proproprielor at lint point precludes
the tiecetsily of. tying, that
MM W ABU. IB
Will be as ssell furnished st the country
It tupplied svith Hay and Grain in abund.
ance, Aiiiiutls particularly attended lo.
Everv allention paid tu render Ihote
who call comfortable and nalUfied.
Vov.27, 1857. 4Clf
17-ODK, IN CiVANTlTIKS end Price;
1 suit purchatert, for tale by
niiAuur v pavio.
YOKE OF OA'EN For SAEE
WISH lo sell one Yoke of fir.t rale
Work Cuttle, Aiiply lo
3 W: G. T' VAULT.'
lly unrem tt ng attention and uniirincciior.i "' - -----"" --,"'
fcrt .Vd convenience at extremely low prices the proprietor hopes to m.rll a contlnu.
ance of the increating patronage that the Whnt Cliccr Honsc at proient enjojrs,
W IVr he accommostinn of miners and others having money or valuables, there are
i r inn , r.. ..!.. V.Mir.rr nd llemlin Room. Well
r. in tlie Ollice. inera ta aito k1"""" - a
It not ImpoTanttiu,.rnu .,0iilJ
or all k i si il a is known m?Vni,i
-iriclljr tmpranee prlnrinlca I
nr Known inmiignout Ualllornia, ,
arxei. rood Tableau and bait of
121 ancrnmento tr
, ha jncI , buiine.s part of the. city, J .
"-;. the B.p.. Co.-.omce,fc;
day, $1 ; Mentor-,, ct, ,.aB,n,( 56''
75 cents per night.
the Nightor Week, with or without 1
style, with patent Trench springs, andthft
alto ronnccted with the Ilouio.
from the Hosts.
Look to the ntmo of the
. .it a...... ... r...Mtl. il.. .a.i. . .mntinl fiTrnni
that there ate no Runners connected with this
J n WOODWARIJProprletor.
California Stage Company's
ON and afiar Monday, March .Dlh,lbo3,
the California Slate Company will
run aTil-weckly line of Coaches belsvoen
Yreka and Jacksonville, leaving Yreka
on Mondays, Wedneidsya and Fridays,
nd li-avlne the Union Hotel at Jackson.
: villa on Tuesdsys, Thursdays and Satur
I days, connecting with tho Company'
Cosclics at l rexa lor ine louosving pitcui i
and all intsrincdiste points.
Passengers booking their namoa at the
office of the California Slago Company,
Yreka lintel, svill bo furnished with
Ibruugh tickets iorany oflhe above named
Office Agent, Yreka.
March 'JI, 1858, Ittf
A. B. OVEEBECK, H. D.
I TAKE THIS METHOD OF I.V.
lormlng the Public tbst I hsve filled
up, at tny residence at Pleaiant drove,
two miles estl of Jscksonvllle, suitable
building for the reception and treatment uf
persons afflicted with any form of diteate.
Patients svill be boarded and treated at
this Infirmary at prices varying svith their
conditions and wsnls. Those who tn.
tint remain In tbe Infirmary will bo exam
ined and provided svilh medicines and dl- ,
recllons poculisr to Ibis system a niodtw j '
of treatment by which thousands have S j
been cured and and restoted to health at
very moderate charges.
I have amplo arrangements for the ad.
ministration of tho various kinds of Baths
mediested, vspor, warm, sold, Ace.
The distinguishing feature of the Phy.
sopathie Practice consists In the adminis
tratiou of an innocent medication. All
agents, whether mineral or vegetsble, that
are known to act as poisons, are rejected
from my practice. The Ppyso-pathia prsc
lice signifies the treatment ot dlteasa svith
agents Hist act in Harmony wnn toe recu
1 perativo powers of usture.
I N-11. No person svill be received st the
inlirmsry who csnnotiurnisn gooa gutr
snlee of payment.
The public generally svill be accomm. i
dated at any tune with any of the above
specified Baths. Tho Ballung-rooru and
tubs are linnd with tink, aud will be en
tirely free from taint. '
PJeataut Grove, Sept. 10, 1857. Mlf
&t B. SHELLING,
OFFICE On Main Street, four doors
south of tbe Post Office, Yreka.
jar Will practice In tbe District Courts
or Jac-non -ounty, O. T. - Z-tr
HAS RE8UMED TIIE PRACTICE OF
Law, and svill attend to all business
entrusted to his care.
At the Slate Creek House, Josephine Co.
larch 27, 1838. 1211
XTAtii'H BUTTER. CHEEtiE, Eggs,
VV Bacon, Lurd, Wheel, Osts, Rye,
Bsrley, Corn Meol and Flour, in excliaugo
Remember ' Tis no trouble lo show
CiOf Afifi WHICH TIIOSEow.
tp&JJJJ ingusare rrquttledi'i
rai.u us toon as possible. Every lit
lie hlp " .! MAURY V DAVl8,r