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SHASTA COURIER.
More Corroboration.
The Vallejo Recorder publishes the man
woman s f ory given in this paper about a
week since, and adds the following:
Parties iu Vallejo can vouch for the main
facts of the above strange story, tough as
they seem. Ellen Burnham was the daugh
ter of_Dr. Burnham, of Lawrence, New York.
In 1555, the Doctor moved with bis family (o
Chicago, where he established a drug store,
and where his daughter, a handsome and ac
complished young lady, taaght music. In
I*oo, Elian Bu rnhaln was married to a Mr.
Powell, and the husband and wife lived hap
pily together for two years, but the state
ment that Mrs. Ellen Powell became a
mother is incorrect. Mr. and Mrs. Powell
went to Washington in lf<o2, where from the
dainty whiskers and manly voice, a detective
took her for a rebel spy in a female disguise,
and caused bar and her husband to be arrest
ed. They were imprisoned, and a medical
commission declared Mrs. Ellen Powell more
man than woman. In her dilemma, she tel
egraphed to her fat'oer in Chicago, who ident
ified her as his daughter, and being a Union
ist, procured the release of his daughter and
her husband. Upon the advice of her lather
and e. council of physicians. Mr. and Mrs.
I’o ell separated. Ellen divested herself of
female attire, and sent her wardrobe home to
her mother; dressed i« men’s clothes;
assumed the name of Edgar Burnham ; and
when time had assured the natural distress of
a sensitive mind, and habituated him to the
astonishing change, Edgar went hack to
Chicago, and became a clerk in his father's
drug store, where lie is well known as an
active and intelligent man. lie married an
accomplished young lady, and in duo time
became a father. This is indeed a strange
story, but it is well authenticated. There are
other instances of this kind on record. A
young lady in the State of Maine was the
subject of a like freak of nature. She was
obedient to the laws of the female sex, until
she was about sixteen years of age, when the
voice, the heard and other indications of
manhood, admonished her that male attire
ment and male employments were more
suited to her nature. Her parents remon
strated and she actually left home several
times and was each time found in male attire,
brought hack by her parents, and compelled
to submit to dress and net like her sisters
until she was of age, when she exchanged
her skirts for pantaloons, took the name of
Adison Fuller, learned the trade of shoemaker
married a handsome voung lady, with whom
he lived happily foryears, known and esteem
ed as a man, a good husband, brother, and
son. dying of consumption a few years ago at
Ahhington. Another case in the same State
was Isabella Reed, in whom a similar change
of sex was developed between the ago cf
fifteen and twenty years.
Impeachment —The Sacramento Union
■ndiances the following opinion on the ques
tion of impeachment :
It does not appear to ho essential to im
peachment that an actual violation of law
should be allog- dor proved. The President
and other officers of the government are
sworn to faithfully execute the laws. They
may fail in tills by omission as well as com
mission. The Pros d -nt may hinder and
prevent the cxecut in of the laws by appoint
ing subordinates ho will wink at their vio
lation. lie may himself encourage disobe
dience and resistance by continually de
nonneing legislation as unconstitutional, and
holding his pardoning power over law-break
ers as a protection. This conduct would he
just as guilty and just as injurious on tin.
part of the President as would actual viola
tion ot the law, and it constitutes a high
crime and misdemeanor in the meaning of
the Constitution. It is he object of im
peachment t- deal with precisely this sort of
official misconduct which does not amount to
a positive cnnin il act, Imt which equally
unfits the officer for his p isition, Johnson
has clearly been guilty of this species of mis
conduct in office, lie has endeavored to
warp the laws from their true and obvious
meaning, lie has put construction- upon
them 1 1 «u:t his own purposes, and in eon
tradiction to his own previous interpretation,
lie has openly and constantly denounced
them as unconstitutional, and thereby en
courage 1 disobedience of and resistance to
them, lie has removed faithful officers and
appointed others with a view to frustrate
them. And this eonr i of conduct has no
Variously had the effect to hinder the execu
tion of the laws. This alone, in our view, is
ample cause for impeachment. Such con
duct is in clear violation of the oath of office.
It tends to public demoralization, to bring
the legislative body into contempt, and to
revolution. All this may he effected with
out positive criminal breach of any particu
lar statute, and it is to prevent this that the
process of impeachment is instituted.
Historic Parallels.— The Oakland News
has the following:
“ Charles I endeavored to rule England
for a period of eleven years without the aid
and in defiance of. Parliament, just as John
son now tries to defy- Congress. Charles
like Johnson, was by nature inclined to in
trigue. to dissemble, and to deceive. His
subjects, soon after be mounted the throne,
discovered the insinceiity of their prince;
they soon lost all confidence in his profes
sions. Johnson was not long in the Presi
dential chair, before he inspired a like dis
trust. Charles tried to carry on the Govern
ment of his country by forced loans and ex
pedient und-eaiable illegal as the were odious
to the people of England. Finally, when
the King had no money in the treasorv, he
had no resource left but to co-evoke Parlia
ment. The first act of that body was to im
peach the monarch s two chief supporters,
Stafford and Laud, and they were condemn
ed and executed. In fact. Parliament' as
saulted the supreme authority of the nation
and the result was to arms.
The King set up his standard in Xotting
ham some tune during 1642, but the Parlia
ment was ready fur him. The stern ‘ Iron
■sides, under the leadership of the great
Cromwell, met and defeated the Cavaliers.
If Johnson and his Democrat adherents
should take the field. Congress can find a
man of *-romwellian powers, who will over
come and rout them. That historical drama
known as the ‘Great Civil War of Eng
land,' lasted seven years. It was a contest
between (. Maries and the aristocracy on one
side anJ the people on the other; and the
people trtumphed there, asthev will triumph
here. Cnarles was executed and his adher
ents exiled from the Kingdom. Fortunately
under our mildest system of government,’
the penalty for a misdemeanor on the part of
the Executive only provides for his removal
from office and a disqualification to hold
positions of trust in the. future. But altho’
Johnson wiH nut lose his life, as Charles
Muart did, there is little doubt but that be
will he politically de -apitate I.
nrJ nE " A 7~ An ‘‘improved nursing
apparatus is advertised. We don’t believe
the, old way can be unproved very much.
It ere are some things that are about Complete
at the beginning. We liked the original ar
rangement m our infancy and even as we
grow older, we turn not away from it.
Plestt of Deer. — The Sage Brush of
Febuary 22d says:
The deep snow upon the mountains sur
rounding Honey Lake Valley has driven'
large herds of deer into the lower valleys.
0 p wards of have been captured within
the last month, som«-of-which are of the
largest ever seen in the country. Thousands
of them are still frisking about unmolested,
almost within sigh l of the town, More might
he taken, and the number puffer no damage
ing diminution, but the citizens of this sec
tion have ho use fur them. i
We were considerably amused the other
evening, at the little girls playing among the
sage brush in the back yard. Two of them
were “ making believe keep house” a fen
yards distant from each other—neighbor* as
it were. One of them says to third little
girl: “ There, now, Nelly, you go 'o Sarah’s
house and stop a little while and talk, and
then come back and tell me what she says
about me; and then I’ll talk about her;
then you go and tell her all I say, and then
we'll get mad and not speak to each other,
just as our mothers do, you kuow. Oh,
that’ll be such fun.”— Va. TVespnsr.
ALL OVER
The world people of sense auo judgment have
have learned to use
PLANTATION BITTERS.
Dyspepsia, with its symptoms, Headache, Heart
burn, Feverish Lips, Bad Breath, Sallow Com
plexion, Ac., can be cured by uaiug PLANTATION
Bitters.
This is the most successful tonic of the age.—
Yeung, middle-aged and old, are delighted with
Its effect,
The first trial always has a marked good effect.
No charge of diet is necessary. Eat all you
wish, of the besi and most nutrilous food.
It is the greatest cure ever known for an over
loaded and distressed stomach, which it relieves iu
a few moments.
We know that wc have the best and most pop
ular medicine in the world. Wo are not afraid to
show what it is composed of.
Physicians are compelled to recommend it.
Cai.isat Bark has l»een celebrated for over two
hundred years, and was sold during the reign of
Louis XVI, King of France, for the enormous
price of its own weight in silver. It Is remarkable
for Dyspepsia, Fevers, Weaknes*, Constipation,
Ac.
Cascarilla Bark. —For Diarrhea, Colic, and
diseases of the stomach and bowels.
Bavdelio*. — For luilamatiou of the Loins and
Dropsical Affection.
Chamomile Flowers. —For enfeebled digestion.
Lavender Flowers. —Aromatic, stimulant and
tonic— highly invigorating in nervous debility. —
Winteugreen.—For Scrofula, Rheumatism Ac.
Anise. —An aromatic carminative : creating flesh
muscle and aiilk ; much used by mothers nursing.
Also clove-buds, orange, caraway, coriander,
snake-root, Ac.
s.T-1860-x:
Another wonderful ingredient, of Spanish origin
imparting beauty to the complexion and brilliancy
to the mind, is yet unknown to the commerce of
the world, and we withold its name for the pres
ent.
With this receipt before the community, and
evidences of effects meeting them on all sides, the
success of Dr. Drake stands founded upon the
rock of trmh. Almost ©very family has some
case of suffering which the Plantation Bitters
will alluviate and cure.
They arc reccommended by the highest medical
authorities, and are warranted to produce an im
mediate beneficial ctfert. They are exceedingly
agreeable, perfectly pure and harmless.
Notice. —Any person pretending to sell Planta
tion Bitters iu bulk or by the gallon is u swindler
and impostor. It is put up only in our log cabin
bottles. Beware of bottles refilled with imitation
deleterious stufi', tor which several persons arc al
ready in prison. Sot that every bottle has our
United States Stamp over the cork i.omutilnted,
and our signature on steel plate side label.
Sold by respectable dealers throughout the hab
itable globe.
P. 11. DRAKE A CO., New York, Sole Propri
etors.
REDDINGTON A CO., San Francisco,
AGENTS FOR CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA.
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
The merits of this Liniment are well known.
Its effects arc instantaneous, soothing, and won
derful.
Cuts, bruises, sprains and swellings a*c so com
mon, and certain to occur in every family that a
bottle of this Liniment is the best investment that
can he made.
It is more certain than the doctor—it saves time
in sending for the doctor, and should never be dis
pensed with.
READ THE FOLLOWING:
*‘l take pleasure in recommending the Mexican
Mustang Liniment as a valuable and indispensa
ble article for Sprains, Sores, Scratches, or Galls
on Horses. Onr men have used it for Burns,
Bruises, Sores, Rheumatism, Ac., and all say it
acts like magic.” J. W. HEWITT,
Foreman for American, Wells, Fargo's and Hern
den’s Express.
“The sprain of my daughter’s ankle, occasion
ed while skating la«t winter, was entirely cured in
one v eek, after she commenced using your celebra
ted Mustang Liniment. Ed. SEELY,
Gloucester, Mass., Aug. 1. 1855.
Quick and sure it certainly is. All genuine is
wrapped in steel.plate engravings, bearing the sig
nature of G. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and the pri~
rau U. S. Stamp of Drmas Barnes A Co., over
the top.
An effort has been made to counterfieit it with
a cheap stone plate label. Look rfowly.
Lold by all Druggist*, and Store*, at 25 and 50
cents, and $l.
LyOil’s Flea Powder.
It is well known that Lyon’s genuine Magnetic
Powder will perfectly destroy everything in the
shape of fleas, licks, bedbuga, roaches, Ac. ; that it
is perfect poison to the insect tribe, but entirely
harmless to the bumnii species and domestic an
imals.
Bedbugs, Ante. Rorches, etc., are in cverv house.
This Powder is their natural death. It should be
in every cupbord.
John M. Rome, Esq., Supcridtcndcnt of the N.
Y. City Hospstal, tayc * * ♦lt is the only
9ure article we have ever used.”
New York Hotel Proprietors say : “We have
used
LYON’S MAGNETIC POWDER
for exterminating insects and Terrain, with entire
satisfaction.
Coleman A Stetson, Astor House.
S. T. Cozzens, American Hotel.
Acker A Treadwell, St. Nicholas Hotel.
S. Leland A Co., Metropolitan Hotel.
Testimony of this character might be added to
any length. W’herever it is used it advertises itself.
The genuine has the signature of E. Lton, and
the private stamp of Demas Barnes A Co. Any
thing else of this kind is an imitation or counterfeit.
Any druggist will procure the genuine if yoa in*
sistyou will have no other.
Sold by all druggists and general storekeepers in
every town and uunio camp on the Pacific Coast.
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W*. WEIL. toFtailciwo, Hotieiiwn.
L. A b> Shasta.
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l>. WEIL & BRO.
(Successors to R. Isaacs A Bro.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS
DRY
Shasta and Horsetown.,
| [Take pleasure in announcing to the Ladies
Gentlemen of Shasta connty, and
public in general, that
they have made
LARGE ADDITIONS
OF FRESH AND DESIRABLE GOODS
Of their Own Importation,
To their already extensive stock of Merchandise
on hand.
Their Goods will be selected in San
Francisco by
( *tu - rim 'Vi I' *-
A COMPETENT BETTER OF THE FIRM,'
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And they have also made arrangements to
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Import a portion of their Goods
DIRECT FROM THE EASTERN STATES
Which enables them to offer
SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS TO
Pur^_iasers
AXD.m.m
Country Traders,
Who will find their Stock one of the
Best Selected and Extensive,
As well as
CHEAPEST!
North of San Francisco.
They keep on hand a
LARGE ASSORTMENT
STAPLE AND FANCY
FALL & WINTER
DR.Y GOODS
CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Ladles’, Gentlemen's and Boys’
HATS AND CAPS,
Carpets, Oil Cloths,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
In great variety ;
Fancy Dress Goods,
DUCK,
Crockery, Navy Revolvers, Sul
FRESH GOODS RECEIVED
EVERY WEEK.
They hope to receive a continuation of the pat
ronage heretofore extended to the old firm, and
will endeavor to merit the same.
D. WEIL 4 BRO.
Shasta, Sept, 21, 1867. *2l
uAlfcVltllrtAUE.
A. COLEMAN & CO.,
ISforteM and Wholesale Dealers la
Iron, Steel,
NAILS, SHOVELS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
And a complete assortmentof everything belonging
to o
HARDWARE ESTABLISHMENT.
A. COLEMAN A CO.,
Main street, Shasta.
March 1,1801. mrs:tf
TAYLOR & VOLTJNTINE
Main Street, Shasta,|
Dealers ia
Hardware,
Iron, Steel, Nalls,
GLASS, PAINTS, SASH,
BLACKSMITH TOOLS,:
STOVESIAND TIN WARE.
ALSO,
MANUFACTURERS OF
IRON MINING PIPE.
my2b
The Science ol Health.
Every Man his own Physician.
HOLLOWAY’S PILLS,
AND
31HOLLOWAY’S OINTMENT.
Oisorders of the Stomach, Elver «& Bow
els,
The Stomach is the great centre which influences
the health or disease of the system—Abases or de
bilitated l*y excesses—indigestion, offensive breath
and physical prostration are. the natural comiequen;
ccs. Allied to the brain, it U the source of head
aches, mental depression, nervous complaints and
unrefreshing sleep. The Liver becomes effected
aud generates billions disorders, pains in the side
Ac. The Dowels sympathise by Costiveucss, Diar
ruhea and Dysentry. The principal action of
these Pills is on the stomach, and the liver, lungs,
bowels and kidneys participate in their rceruper
alivc and regenerative operation.
ERYSIPELAS AND SALT RHEUM.
Arc two of the most common and virulent disor
ders prevalent on this continent, to these the Oint
ment is especially antagonistic, its i modus op* radi’
is first to eradicate the venom and then complete
the cure.
RAD LEGS, OLD SORES, AND ULCERS.
Cases of many years standing, that have pertina
ciously refused to yield to any other remedy or
treatment, have invariably succumbed to a few ap
plications of this powerful unguent.
ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN.
Arising from a bod state of the blood or chronic
diseases, are eradicated and a clear and transpa
rent surface regained by the restorative action of
this Ointment. It surpasses many of the cosmet
ics and other toilet appliances in its power to dis
pel rashes and other disfigurements of the face.
FEMALE COMPLAINT.
Whether in the young or old, marrjed or single,
at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life,
these tonic medicines display so decided an influ
ence that a marked improvement is soon preccpti
ble in the health of the patient. Being a purely
vegetable preparation, they arc a safe and reliable
remedy for all classes of Females in every condi
tion of health and station of life.
PILES AND FISTULA.
Every form and feature of these prevalent and
stubborn disorders is eradicated locally and en
tirely by the use of this- emolient; warm fomenta
tions should preccd its aplication. Its healing
qualities will be found to be thorough and invaria
ble.
Both the Ointment a?id Pills
should be used in the follow
ing cases:
Bunions,
Barns,
Chapped Hands,
Chilblains,
Fistula,
Gout,
Lumbago,
Swelled Glands,
Sore Legs,
Sore Breasts,
Sore Heads,
Sore Throats,
Sores of all kind*,
Mercurial Eruptions,
Piles,
Rheumatism,
Ringworm,
Salt Rheum,
Scalds,
Skin Diseases,
Sprains,
Stiff Joints*
Tetter,
Ulcers,
Venereal Sores,
Wounds of all kinds.
CAUTION '.—None are genuine unless the
“Holloway, New York and London, are discern
aMe as a Wittr-Marl- in every leaf of the book of
diretions aronnd each pot or box; the same may be
plainly seen bv holding fAc Waf to tft• lijht. A
handsome reward will be given to any one render*
ing such information «sm-y lead to the detection
of any party or parties counterfeiting the medicines
or vending the same, knowing them to be spurious.
*. s Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hol
loway-. SO Maiden Lane. New York, and by all rc
s pec table Druggists and Dealers in Medicine,
throughout the civilized world.
There is considerable saving by taking the
-er siscs. , .. , .
I. B.—Directions for the guidance of patients IB
ry disorder are affixed to each pot and box.
(50-Dealers in my well-known medicines can
e Show Cards Circulars, Ac. sent FREE OF
PENSE. by addressing Thomas Holloway, 80
iden Lane, X-V* g [4O. ly.
.gents for the Pacific Coast,
R. H. McDonald * CO.. Druggists,
SAN FRANCISCO A SACRAMENTO, Cal.
,nd all Wholesale Druggists.
R. THOMPSON,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
No. 523 Kearney Street,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Particular attention given to tbc subject of
BANKRUPTCY in the U. S. District Court, under
the tT. S. Bankrupt Laws of 1807,
Informction given by letter, or otherwise. Free
or Chaboe.
Busine*, done tor Attorneys >ii very reasonable
terms. jnll:Iy
CITY DRUG STORE.
a
s;
L. WELLENDORF,
(SUCCESSOR TO C. ROETHE,)
REEFS constantly on band a full and fresh
supply of
Drags, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
OILS, PERFUMERY.
FhysiciaVs Prescriptions carefully prepared.
Traders supplied on reasonable teme. j!29
A. GKOTEFEND,
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Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
GROCERIES I
PROVISIONS. LIQUORS,
Clothing, Boots & Shoes,
MAIN STREET, SHASTA.
,Call siikl See 3le,
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Shasta, January 1, 1867. j 4
THE WORLD'S CHEAT REMEDY FOR
Scrofula and Scrofulous Diseases.
From Emery Edes, a i cell-known merchant of Ox
ford, Maine*
44 1 have sold large quantities of your Sabsapa-
BILLA, but never yet one bottle which failed of the
desired effect ami lull satisfaction to those who took
it. As fast ns our people try it, they agree there has
been no medicine like it before iu oiir community.”
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Pustules, Ul
cers, Sores, and all Diseases of the Skim
From Her. Hold. Stratton , Bristol, England.
44 I only do my duty to you and the public, when
I add my testimony to that you publish of the me.
dicinal virtues of your Sarsaparilla. My daugh
ter, aged ton, had an afflicting humor in her cars,
eyes, and hair for years, which we wore unable to
cure until we tried’your SARSAPARILLA. She has
been well for some months.”
From Mrs. June E. Hire, a ivcU-known and much
esteemed lady of DennisriUe, Cupe May Co., X. J.
44 My daughter has suffered for a year past with a
scrofulous eruption, which was very troublesome.
Nothing afforded any relief until we tried you*
SarsapabilLA, which soou completely cured her.”
From Charles i*. Cage, Esq., of the. widely-known
Cage, Murray if Co., manufacturers of enamelled
papers in Xaskua , X. 11.
44 1 had for several years a very troublesome
humor in my face, which grew constantly worse
until it disfigured my features and became an intol
erable affliction. 1 tried almost every thing a man
could of both advice and medicine, but without any
relief whatever, until I took your Sarsaparilla.
It immediately made my face worse, as you told me
it might fora time; but In a few weeks the now
skin began to form under the blotches, and con
tinued until my face is as smooth as anybody’s,
and I am without any symptoms of the disease that
I know of. I enjoy’perfect health, and without a
doubt owe it to your Sarsaparilla.”
Erysipelas —General Debility—Purify ike
Blood.
From Dr, Holt. Satcin, Houston St., New York.
44 I>R. AYKR. I seldom fail to remove Eruptions
and Scrofulous Sores by the persevering use of your
Sarsaparilla, and 1 have just now cured an attack
of Malignant Ert/sipelas with It. No alterative we
possess equals the Sarsaparilla you have sup
plied to the profession us well as to the people,”
From J. E. Johnston, Esq., WuLeman, Ohio.
44 For twelve years, I had the yellow Erysipelas
on my right arm, during which time 1 tried all the
celebrated physicians I could reach, and took hun
dreds of dollars worth of medicines. The ulcers
were so bad that the cords became visible, and the
doctors decided that my arm must bo amputated. I
began taking your Sarsaparilla. Took two bot
tles, and some of your Pills. Together they have
cured me. lam now as well and sound as any body.
Being in a public place, my case is known to every
bodv iu this community, and excites the wonder of
all.”
From TTon. Henry Monro, M. P. P., of Xewcastle,
C. ir., a leading member of the Canadian Parlia
ment.
44 1 have used your SARSAPARILLA In my family,
for general debility, and for purifying the blood.
With very beneficial results, and feci confidence in
commending it to the afflicted,”
Bt. Anthony’s Fire, Bose, Salt Bhcum,
Scold Head, Sore Eyes.
From Harvey Sickler, Esq., the able editor of the
7'unkhannock Democrat , Pennsylvania.
44 Our only child, about three years of age, was
attacked by pimples on his forehead. They rapidly
spread until they formed a loathsome and virulent
sore, which covered bis fact*, and actually blinded
his eyes for some days. A skilful physician applied
nitrate of silver and other remedies, without any
apparent effect. For fifteen days we guarded Ills
hands, lest with them he should tear open the fes
tering and corrupt wound which covered Ids whole
face. Having tried every thing else we had any
hope from, we began giving your Sarsaparilla,
ami applying the iodide of potash lotion, as you
direct. The sore began to heal when we had given
the first bottle, and was well when we had finished
tlie second. The child’s eyelashes, which had come
out, grew again, and he is now as healthy and fair
as any other. The whole neighborhood predicted
that the child must die.”
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease. v
From Dr. Hiram Sloat , of St. Louis , Missouri.
44 1 find your Sarsaparilla a more effectual
remedy for the secondary symptoms of Syphilis
and for syphilitic disease than any other we possess.
The profession are indebted to you for some ol the
best medicines wo have.”
From A. J. French, M. D., an eminent physician of
Lawrence, Muss., who is a prominent member of
the Legislature of Massachusetts.
“ Du. AYKR. My dear Sir: I hare found yonr
Sarsaparilla an excellent remedy for Syphuio,
both of the primary and secondary type, and cflcc
tual in some cases that were too obstinate to yield
to other remedies. Ido not know what we can em
ploy with more certainty of success, where a power
ful -Iterative Is required.”
Mr. Chas. S. Jan Line, o/Xew Brunswick, X. J.,
had dreadful ulcere on his logs, caused by the abuse
of mercury, or mercurial disease, which grew more
and more aggravated for years, in spite of every
remedy or treatment that could be applied, until the
persevering use of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla relieved
him. Few cases can lie found mofo inveterate and
distressing than this, and it took several dozed
bottles to euro him
Leucorrhcea, Whites, Female Weakness,
arc generally produced by Internal Scrofulous Ul
ceration, and are very often cured by the alterative
effect of this Sarsaparilla. Some cases require,
however, in aid of the SARSAPARILLA, the skilful
application of local remedies.
From the well-known and widely celebrated Dr.
Jacob Morrill, of Cincinnati.
“I have found your Sarsaparilla an excellent
alterative in diseases of females. Many eases of
Irregularity, Leucorrhcea, Internal Ulceration, and
local debility, arising from the scrofulous diathesis,
have yielded to it, and there arc few that do not.
When its effect Is properly aided by local treatment.”
A lady, unwilling to allow the publication of her
name , writes t
44 My daughter and myself have been cured of a
very debilitating Leuoorrhcea of long standing, b f
two bottles of your Sarsaparilla.”
j Rheumatism, Gout, Diver Complaint, Dys
pepsia, Heart Disease, Neuralgia,
when caused by Scrofula in the system, are rapidly
cored by this Ext. Sarsaparilla.
AYER’S
CATHARTIC PILLS
possess so many advantages over the other
purgatives in the market, and their superior
virtues are so universally known, that we need
not do more than to assure the public their
quality is maintained equal to the best it ever
has been, and tliat they may be depended on
to do all that they have ever done.
Prepared by J. C. AVER, M. D., & Co„
Lowell, Mass., and sold by
Sold by J,. IVEIIDSDORFF, Shasta,
CRANE k BUKiTIAM, and R. U. McDONALD
4CO ~ San Francisco. s2l:ly
REDINGTON & CO.’S
ESSENCE OF JAMAICA SINGER.
THIS ralortMe preparation, containing In a
highly Concentrated form all the properties of
the Jamaica Ginger, has become one of the most
popular domestic remedies for all diseases of the
stomach and digestive organs.
As a tonic it will he found invaluable to all per
sons recovering from debility, whether produced by
fever or otherwise, for whilst it imports to the sys
tem all the glow and vigor that can be produced by
wine or brandy, it is entirely free from the reac
tionary effects that follow the use of spirits of anjr
kind.
It is also an excellent remedy for females who
suffer from difficult menstruation, giving almost im
mediate relief to the spasms that so frequently
accompany that period.
It gives immediate relief to Nausea, caused by
riding in a railroad car, or by sea-sickness, or
other causes.
It is also valuable as an external application for
Gout, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, etc.
REDINGTON A CO. f
Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
STOP THAT COUGHING!
SOME OF YOU CAN’T, AND WE PITT
you. You have tried every remedy but the
ONE destined, by its intrinsic merit, to supercede
all similar preparations, it is not surprising yeu
should be reluctant to try something else after the
many experiments you have made of trashy com
pounds foisted on the public as a certain cure ; bur
NEWELL’S
PULMONARY SYRUP
is really the VERY BEST remedy ever compound
ed for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat-
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Con,
sumption. Thousands of people in California and
Oregon have been already benofitted by (be sur
prising curative powers of
NEWELL’S
PULMONARY SYRUP
and with one accord give it their unqualified appro
bation. We now address ourselves to all who are
unacquainted with this the greatest Panacea of the
age, for the healing of all diseases of the Threat
and Lungs, assuring you that
NEWELL’S
PULMONARY SYRUP
has cured thousand*, and it will cure YOU if yee
try it.
This invaluable medicine is pleasant to the taste;
soothing, healing and strengthening in its effects ;
entirely free frost all poisonous or deleterious
drugs, and perfectly harmless under all cireuia
stancess.
Certificates from many prominent citizens of San
Francisco accompany every bottle o»^
NEWELL’S
PULMONARY SYRUP.
REDINGTON <k CO.
Agents, Pan Francisco.
REDINGTON’SI
Flavoring Extracts
■are made from Ffeil Fruits. Each
bottle holds twice as much as anj
'o\WV brand in the market, conse
quently they are the cheapest and
the best. USE NO OTHER.
REDINGTON A CO., Agents for the
Pacific Coast.
Ahead of All Others is the
‘‘Martha Washington’'
HAIR
RES TOREK.'
'Trust no other, howe'er pleasant,—
NouC can do what this has dune;
Try it—always keep it present, —
Use the “ Martha Washington."
IT IS USED BY ALL and is acknowledged
be superior to any other preparation in market*
It keeps the hair soft and glossy.
It 'Changes the hair to its original color.
It prevents the hair falling out.
h prevents premature baldness.
Tt makes old beads look young, and, in fact, i\
will do all expected of a good, genuine Hair Re*
store*.
Twenty thousand heads remind us
What a n<*blc test it’s stood;
Millions more shall come behind us,J
With their tresses all renewed.
* MARTHA WASHINGTON”:
HAIR RESTORER,
Is a wonder of the world, and stands above cort
parison with any other article for the Hair ever
brought before the public. Sold everywhere.
Do not be humbugged by buying any other pre*
partition. Try it, by all means try it, and you wilt
never regret it.
N. B.—Be sure to ask for the “Martha Wistt*
ixgtor” Hair Restorer, and take no other.
PRICE, 91,00.
SIMONDS & CO., Proprietors,
FITZWILLIAM, N. H.
REDINGTON A CO.. Sole Agents-,
4lf» and 418 Front St., San Franciscd*
GEAEFENBERG
UTERINE CATIIOLICON,
if faithfully used accofding to directions, will euro
every case of Diabetes, and greatly ir'tigalc lha
troublesome effects caused by a relaxation of th«
outlet of the bladder. It is a most successful rem
edy for Gravel and other diseases of the Kidney,
and Bladder, and for Female Diseases is unequal
ed. The Catholicox uniformly cures Prolapsus
Uteri, Whites, all Irregularities of the Monthly
Turns, Suppression, Incontinence of Urine, Bloat
ing and Dropsical Swellings, and all Diseases of
Pregnancy. The specific action of this medicine is
immediate and certain upon the Uterine and Ab
dominal Muscles and Ligaments ; restoring them
to as healthy a state as those of children and youth,
so that patients who have u-cd the GRAErKXUi'RO
Company's Utf.risb Catßoucox cannot sufficient
ly express their gratitude for the relief afforded.
REDINGTON A CO., Agents,
416 and 413 Front St., San Francigce.
■yyHV WILL YOU DE
LAY?—We are sorry that there are
persons who suffer on day by day,
month after month, and year after
year, when their friends and neigh
bors have been eared of the same
malady that afflicts them. Now, it
baa been proved hv substantial evi -
dence that SCO FILL’S BLOOD AND
Ll\ EH SYRUP will cure the worst
cases of Scrofula, Canker, Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, etc.; yet still there
arc those who neglect this sure and
valuable remedy. To such we say.
try the Syrup and he convinced.
REDINGTON A CO., Agents, 41d
and 418 Front St., San Frar.cisc,mrl J;ly

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