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••I .Cue h I'm Tire Man.” The paiseworthy frankness and entire absence Id Belt pride that characterizes tin ‘honest old fatuier” of Maine, is illustrated by another honest tanner of the fame State, who desiring to purchase a yoke ot oxen, amt being informed that a certain wi aTtliy farmer in Cumberland County lout superior catt]c for sale, went dawn lliilhei to purchase. Meeting a man driving an ox team, lie inquired—"fan you in turn tue where Mr. West lives?” “There’s a number of Wist’s living around here. Whieh one do you widi to find ?” returned the stranger, who was a stontbnilt, keon eyed man, habited in homespun, tint bearing in general appear ance unmistakable tokens of earn and com fort,-so tar a> finances were concerned “I don’t know what his Christain name is.” pnrsutd oar friend; “but he is the owner of some very fine osen.” “Well,”, responded the stranger, “they all own pretty fair oxen.” “Hut the one 1 wish to find has oxen for sale.” “As for tb»f, sir. I guess they’d any of ’em sell ft they could get there price.” “Hut,” exclaimed the Oxford County man. “the Mr. West I wish to find is quite wealthy.” “Yes? ell, I reckon there ain’t any of them very bad oft," replied the other with a nod. “My Mr West,” continues! our friend, hesitating, “has been represented to me as a very uioMi-tis'ed man, not scrupulously nonest In all transactions” With a curious twinkle of the eye, ami a gentle pat on the haunch of his near ox he said—“to tell ti e truth sir. I guess they are a close-fisted set a l around, and I nevet heard tl at honesty run in the family.— Isn't there .something else ?” “Yes,” replied the seared er for oxen, desperately, “they say he has been caught in the act of robbing his own biolUcr's thicken corp ” The stranger bowed and smiled. “I guess I’m the mini Come with me and I II sh iw \or. a< fine a stock of cattle as you can find in the State; and, it you know > hat oxen are, there is no danger of being cheated (Nearly all the brimstone the world usi s conics from Sicily—about 300,000 tons an nually. Delinquent Taxes tar * lie jear 1870-11. STATR OF CALIFORNIA. COUNTY OK Shasta. In Justice C<*urt, Township No. I county artel Stale aforesaid : Complaints having been filed and summonses thereon been is safer I out of the said Justiet’s •*«urt. in tlie t ame «»f the People of the State of California, severally against the persons ami parrels of property situated in said State ami county, herein describe*!, to recover Taxes for the Fiscal year 1870 -71, and for the respective amoun’s and costs, to wit: Against Eugene Santos, tax on persona) prop erty for $2,80 93 Against Christian Finklcron, lax on personal property for $4.99 Against .Tam -s Bard, fllx on pcronil properly for $1,24 75 Against M. V. Nich*»ls. lax on personal property and dog for $1.99 SO Against John Ulghlitf. tax on pers*»nal property and dog for. $0.45 Against John Miller, lax on personal property for S?.J9 50 Against Maiinda J. Mathew,* - , lax on personal property for $-’.12 85 Against Samuel New an. tax *»n personal prop erty and ‘loo for $1.41 S 2 Against M S. Higgs, tax on personal property for $24.9 • Against Samuel Sylvester tax «*n perso a) prop erly for $1.74 28 Against K. H. Taylor, tax on personal property for... $ .99 40 Against A. Vaughn, tax on personal property for $1.99 Against Antone Human, tax on personal proper ty for $10.49 90 Against 11. CuykcndaM, fax on personal prop r ty for * $23.87 72 Against J. 11. Downing, tax on personal proper ty f >r $3.74 25 Against C. A. G. Loburg. tax on personal prop erty for $1.24 75 Against Thomas Arthur, tax on personal prop erty and dog for sl4 07 38 Against C. Roberts, tax •*n personal property for $249.50 AgaiusttWm. West, tax on personal property for $5 91 92 Against Wm. L, Adams, fax *.n persona! prop erty for.. $1.99 00 Against John K. B<»ycs, tax on personal prop erty f.r $0 99 80 Against II F. Brown, tax on personal proper ty for $'».99 80 Against Wm. L. Connctt, tax on personi*! prop erty f r $3 00 78 Against James Cornnett. tax on personal prop. erty and dog tor .... $0.48 9ti Against Alonzo Flansburg, tux *n peison.il pmpcity for s>*.74 85 Against James Johnson, (a* on personal prop erty for $0.62 38 Against El Kinnev, tax on personal i»r«»|H*rfv f *r..— '. $1 71 66 Against Daniel L toy, lax on p r-ouil property f*r i $1 99 60 ■ Agj*n»*t E. Mamard tax *m personal property for $3.13 37 Against John McCoy, taxon personal property for $0 87 33 Agititst J. 11. McDaniel, tax on personal prop erty and dog for $5.01 53 Again«f F. W. Martin, lax on persona) property for $6.23 75 Against G. W. McCoy, tax on personal property for.. $12.47 s'* Against John Price, tax on personal nro|K*rty anddogfo $1,99 20 Against S. J Powell, tax on pers nal property and d *g fir $4.29 31 Against C. S. Snyder, tax on pers ml pr .pertv f->r $1,94 01 Agaii si .loscph . Snyder. rax on personal property fi-r ... $2 24 53 Against J. Tnrop, tax **n personal property f.r Against Lewis Van lerhoff. taxon personal prop erly for $7 47 8*« Against Peter Willson, tax **n |»ers<»nal nr >p«*r tjf'T.. . $8 45 83 Again*l A. J. Wilkm *c, tax <*h personal property Against N. Purdy, tax on per* nal pr perry f r —* $2 49 50 Against Frank Dana, tax *»u |ters<*nul property Against Joseph Minas', taxon personal pr »p f,r $7.98 40 Against J C. Dorr, tax **n nersosal property Againtt Ge< rge Dickson, tax on persona) prop. erty f0r..... r .. $1.49 80 Against F. Freshman, tax on p rsonal proper ty f"r v .. SI„H4 73 Against J. Far Tow. tax «m -personal property **•••«• •• ~ $0.74 85 Against L. Ginay, tax on persoa*! property ami ($3) tfog for , $3.57 39 Against L. Miller, tax on personal property f,r - ......4 $1.1228 Against Wm. C. Nicholson, tax on personal property for.— $9 35 63 Against Daniel >eff, tax on personal property an ' dog for - 12.99 60 Against Elias Patterson, tax on personal prop erty for $30,93 20 \ r .um W >ui. m . tax"\>r. jvrfonM pr j* r:y f- r $.*’..74 28 \ for 7... sf,o4 29 Again t ‘chn Doe. a Chinaman, ami house and warden at the month of Mail Ox oh Whiskey Creek. tnown as the M (honey Ranch $2.49 60 Against John IL»ey and house and garden on the •• ad to Waughs Ferry, J interest « Middle Creek litch. * interest in Salt Creek ditch. J interest in 'tillwafer and Sand Flat ditch, known as the H •dgeo'ilb ditch, and dog for SB-12 23 Against C. R Nelson and ditch taking watei •ut of Knot* Gulch and «'op for $2.24 75 Against Henry BriU and ditch on East fork of Moddards Gulch also an internet in the Ea ei ledge fir.,.. $2.49 60 Airainst Hue and Co. Chinaman, Mining claim ibout 4 mile ab.»ve French Gulch lor $4.99 A ainst James Mi Kinney and Mining claim on Eagle Creek for $2.49 -'0 Against James -M. Dubkint and ditch taking water out of Middle Castle Creek and ore dog for Against J. F (’omnt and 160 acres of land sit uated in Burney Valley known as the C'*rnaz ranch for $2 -92 91 Against L«*rin Dana and 180 acres ot land sit nalcd at or near the head of Fall Hirer known is the Dana ranch and one dog for $37.32 72 Against -lames Estej* and Ranch on Fall Hirer above and adjoining Mill's ranch and known n« the Estep ranch for $4.99 Again t Ambrose Mcnil and 160 acres of land on Fall River Valley Known as the Ingrain ranch and $3 dog tax for. $11.68 26 Against John B. Higdon mid 160 acres of land >n Pit River known as the Higdon ranch for. Again*-! Andrew Ryan and 160 acres wfland near the mouth 'of Fall River for 51.25 25 Against B. S. S’artt and 320 acres of land on Fa 1 River Island known as the S nrtt ranch and >ni’ dog for $55,89 Against W. B. Small ami 160 acres nfland in Fall River Valley known ns Smalls ranch fo* Against E. Townsend and 160 acres of land si'u i ted at the upper end o! Cay ton Valley for Against -•. H. Brock and ditch and mining claims at Pittsburg for sl4, -4 90 Against Hildreth and Moore and 200 acres of land on Litt e Cow Creek for 55.73 25 Against a!» x Sanford and mining claim on west branch af Town Creek, nine fourteenths of two ditches taking water out of First Creek tor Against 11 8. Timmins and ditch taking wat»r out ot McCluskey Galch known as Timmins ditch and one dog fur $9.98 20 Against II 11. Worley and ditch taking water out of Horse Creek known as the Worley ditch f.r $1.62 18 Against S. L. A Unround ditch taking water out Nigger Gulch know as Bickfords & Albrow’s ditch and one dog for $6.99 Against George Cline and 16n acres of land on Little Cow Creek known as Cline’s rn* eh for Against J. 11. Prediuore and 160 acres cfland on Oak Run near Phillips ram h ami one saw mill on Little Cow Creek known as Predmon s mill and •ne dog for SlH.t'9 08 Against The .Silver City Suultinp Co. and • ne Smelting furnace Ac. situated on Little Cow Creek known as the Biiv»r City Smelting Furnace ami works for $12,47 50 Again.-t G. W. Admits and house and lot in Mill ville and one dog for *35.68 05 ALai ist Jlci ry Beckett ami 160 acre* of land on old Cow Creek rear Ft Readding and *3dog fax f0r..... $25.06 03 Against J. II Darrab 16d acres of land on Ash Creek about one mile l«clow John K. Spencer’s plat e * ’• dog .ax for 2 ... $53.02 28 Against John a. Dribblesby and two 40 acre lots know as the Cold Spring ram h for... $2,49 50 Against Milton Farrell and 160’ acres of land on big Cow Creek and $3 dog tax for $15.35 03 Agrinst G. W. Forster and house and lot fir Against W. a. Freeland ami 160 acres of land on the head of Bear Creek and one dog for Against J. W. Hughes and 160 acres of land on the Sacramento River above a. Hughe’s ranch for $2.49 50 Against Josiah Johnson and 160 acres of land know as Poonmiu’s ranch ard one dog for... $5.99 Against Thus. C. Keg and 160 acres of land on old Cow Creek for $3.74 45 Against R. 11. Marlin and house and lot near Piety Hill for $1.37 23 Against Elisha Ward and 160 acres of land be tween the two C»w Creeks an I one dog for Against John D mess and house and garden in Centei ville and one dog for $6,61 38 Against Victor Malgrau and mining claim above the Rig Reservoir Middletown a short distance from I'm dp- de and near the Shasta and ll'Tsetown road for $2,49 50 Against Joseph Miller and possessory claim to 160 acres of land about one mile from Texas Springs and one halt mile from Paul DePrey’s place for Against John Brownscl and house and lot in Janesville opposite Garden’s *fcore lor $2,49 50 Against F. Bender and 30 ceres of land and im provements situated oh the Middle Fork of Cotton wood for $2.49 50 Against Henry My»rs and 1 60 acres of land sit uated on Roaring River and known as thr Myers ran. b f*»r $20,( 8 48 All owners and claimants of any right, tittle or interest in any of the property described above are notified to appear in said Justices Court in Town ship No. 1. County of State of California, within Eight Weeks of the dale hereof, and an swer the complaint «o filed, or judgement will be rendered as prayed for in such complaint. Given under my hand this 4th of March, A. D., 1871. G. K. KNOX. Justice of the Peace. J. M. NIANASSE MAIN STREET SHASTA. Next door to Wells, Fargo A Co., IS NOW IN RECEIPT OF A LARGE STOCK OP TOYS; FANCY GCODS AND Jewelry. The Variety and Elegance of tlie new stuck is as good as ever before, aud as Tluirs are hard. Prices will be very Low. J. M. MAXASSE. FRESH SUPPLY OF THE VEKY FINEST CANDIES AND FRENCH Confectionary. —ALSO— A large Variety'of NUTS Have just arrive at J. M. MANASSB'3 Book and Fancy Store. t hare just received a new Stock of Ladies’ Work Baskets, Market Baskets, Fluw.er Basket*. TriTcllo: Baskets, Tag Baskets, aud oCcr such for Sale Cheap. J. M. MAXAbSK. MEDINA L. r. h. McDonald & co., WROtE^UE aran Burns, atitt Mznxcnras, Trusses ie, Bcppobijm, Esssmtia*. Oils, Ksaossxa Oil, * San Francis 'o Cal., Call the attent-onox Dealers to their large assortment of “Newly Arrived** Goods, c'ut posed in part of ike following artictaajtogather wifi cv rv thing kept In a wellbupplk-j WHOLESALE UKIU STOKE. FiiEsrr L'nros, Tilde *aP reparations, Patsst Mznicnras, Dsu©oxers’ Srkdsizo, Shakek Heels, PEtiFrjiiniKß, Paints a>i» Oils, TThic’i ws off *r at tbs lowest Cash Trices, and are ddtviru.iucd not to bo undersold. n. n. McDonald a co., so fsocuco, cai» FOR SALE OUR DRUG BUS INESS W-ated in San Fra*- cisco. Cal. After our beat wishes, and expressing our thanks for the liberal patornage we have re ceived for more than twenty-one years, during which period we have been steadily engaged in the Drug business in California, wo heg**to say in consequence of the rapid growth of Dr. Walker’* California Vinegar Bitters, now spread over the United States and countries far beyond, we are necessitated to devote our entire time to said bus iness. We are the Oldest Drug firm on the Pacific Coast and the only one, continuous under the same pro prietors since 1849, and have determined t« sell our large, prosperous, and well established busin ess on favorable terms. This is a ra r e opportunity for men with means of entering info a profitable business with advan tages never before offered. Fur particulars enquire of k. u. McDonald a co., 11. 11. McDonald, ) Wholesale Druggists, J. C. Spknckk. | San Francisco, Cal. N. B. Until a sale is made wo shall continue our importations ntid keep a large stock of fresh goods constantly on hand, and sell at prices to defy com petition. l?Rf AT M I'iCAL DISCOVERY Dr. *.VA:.KEP.-3 CALIFORNIA INEG-AR BITTERS II i’il f.f Thousands g 0% kj Bear testimony to th 'ir‘Wonder- k p y fill Curative Effects. 8 g ® WHAT ARE THEY? —. n P u c •. u w E a a m P *9 a “ r- f #?■ S. O zn srx, .-:v - . o O - ■.rwm -r. A 3 r--. T.ZZY ATtE NOT A VILE FA[I p V DRINK, « t Madorf Poor Hutu, Vfhiskcy, Spirit.* iu!il Mqnurs doctor-d.spiccJ and sw.cl cucd to pie ;sc lat tasic, called Vo :»lcs, ”“App Lz ers,** “ rtcsiorcrr,” &c., that lend the fpplcr ca to dmnkertrrrf and ruin, tut crc a true Madiciac.mado from the Na:‘vc Toots and Herbs of California, fi*rc x:I« A!coh«»lsc Stimulants. T!;cya: • t!;c (JKF.\T KZ.OO!) I’UIMFIEtt ami A MFC GIVING i IiIMIPLE apcri ct Renovator aud iuvigorator cftlis fyat-* i, carrying off all poisonous iaa.‘.;;r and restoring t v 11 >od to a healthy condition. No person can ta’. 3 these Titters according to dircc lon and remain long U'uvi 11. Js ICO trill be given f r an incurable cam, provided the bcr.cs are rot destroyed Ly n.inrral p«»;a n cr ether means, and the v.Lai ergaaa wasted b..yo»» 1 ilia point ofr.-paL*. T,»r 1 :!3:ix?»x:i:*tory rik! Cliroulo ITLcumr mul Guilt, i)yP!>'.»*:.i or iml.gcstion, Konill I cut :*:■<! ’.Ucnultlnii Fevers, Disease,* of fho Clood, I.lvon, Illdiicys, nutl niiidilrr, those l.itfers 1 avo b ' n m.ost iucc-sc ful. fei:ch Di*cst«.”s cio caused by Vitiated Blood. which Is generally produced by derangement of the Pisi'slive Orgaa J. DYSPEPSIA Oil I \ T>JGE*7ION, Hra’- r.c’", Pa!n In tho Tliouldor", Coutrn.n V , tscssoftbo finest, Dlzalacss, Soar True on* f t jrt mne*’. Bad taste In t!:3 M'-nS.. P. do . A:Lv-s T nnlintl. i ct t’.i 2 Hz-art, luffnmn.ntlun i • n " regions rf the I’lda ys end r.!. n ‘ It V. ryiuyt*•:»*.r, r.rv L<; * £ ~r y ■ ■ ? ’• Tlx j 3 r.c f una,:»: . pldl.VLra-I bc;vc : -,v.- L ■ c:. 1 cflcr.c;.* la f c 1 'o-. dc:'; : Imparting new life aid vigor U i -c ■ n ronsivSN msE.isrd;,:: : Rlicum,Blotches, Spots,Pin:plus, Pa f.l. Landes, Rlng-Wonn**. rcald-llcad,:'- ;n*. Py; , E-yrlp. elas.ltcli. Scurf-■•-, n.;co? orations of therein. II :mo rj andDlsea?cs of t'ic Skin, of whatever nan; orrncurr, arc literally d ig up anlcanrlcd o;tt oftha eyttem i.i a olior» time by tlx3 us 3 of these Bitters. One bottlafa gush cases will convinco the most incredulous or tb3:r curative effect. Cleanse tin Vltlatcl Blood whenever you Cad T.s Imparities bursting through the skin in Pimples. Erup tions or Sores clcansa it when you find it obstruct. I and sluggish In tin veins; cleanse It when It ij f ml, and your feelings will tcTI yon when. Keep the blood Mure and the health cf t ic system will follow. PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurUmglntho cyst3-.n of so many thousands, are effectually destroy edand r‘moved. For full directions, read carefully the circular around each bottle, print''-! In four lan guages— English, German, French cud Spanish. J. WALKED, Proprlc.or. B. IT. MCDONALD & CO., Druggists and Gen. Agent*. San Francisco, Cal„ and 32 and SI Commoica Street, New York. tr SOLD BY ALL DBUGGISTS AND DEALERS. • t'n . Ccr- ONE DOOR BELOW THE POST OFFICE. Malu Street Ked Blutt rl W. FICKKRT TAKES THIS METH /, od to inform the people of Tehama, and Shasta counties that be keeps constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of WW&WZ'd'WJZ&z Ueddlng, Wall Paj er. Window Shades, Looking Olas-es Picture Frames, Oil Clo h. Hair Cloth, and a large assortment of Fancy Trimmings; also MofS, Pain, Excelsior «ud Eureka. a large assortment of DOORS and WINDOW BLIND-, always on band. I am agent for the CRANDALL PATENT SPRING BED, which combines C’leanlincs with Elasticity, and is confidenily believed Superior to any other Spring Bed ever offered to the Public. It is Light, aud can be moved by a single person with ease. It is Elastic, yet Firm where Firmness is re quired. which quality i* obtained by additional ptr« ngtheninjs in the center. The Coils are in Coupleit and Selt-Supporting. thus dispensing with Twine, Cords, etc., and from their peculiar construction, cannot cripple down or get oat of order. As these Spring Beds are Aired at pleasure, no Dust, Bugs or Vermin can find harborage in them. lam also Agent for the UDITED STATES SPRING BED. This bed is made entirely of Iron —cannot got out of order—will last for generations wiihyut.eJtpeo.'C—is light, clean^ and easily hand led, and is vermin proof* It is perfectly elastic alt over, adjusting itself to the form ot the sleeper, to that the whole body is supported equaly, and requires but one thin mattress, which is really better than a heavy one. They require no prepara tion, only to lay them on the slats of any ordinary bedstead, and pnton the mattress. Where feathers are used, a very thin under bed of cheap materi al required. Persons visiting Red Bluff are re quested to give me a call. 0. W. PICKERT, Red Bluff. Peb. 10, IWI. MEDICAL. FRENCH MEDICAL OFFICE. BR. JULIEN PERRAULT. Doctor of Medici? e of the Fatuity of Paris. Graduate of the University Queen’s College, and Physician of the St. John Baptist Society of San Francisco. DR. PERRAULT has plensu o to inform pa tients, and others seeking confidential medical ad vice. that he can be consulted daily, at his office, Ann dry Hall Building, North-East corner Mont gomery and Sacramento streets, San Francisco, Rooms Nos. 9, 10. 11, first floor, up stairs ; entrance on either Montgomery or Sacramento streets. DR. PEIIRAULT’S studies have been almost exclusively devoted to the cure of the various f*rms of Nervous and Physical Debility, the results of iujurious habits acquired in youth, which usually terminate in impotence or sterility, and permanent ly induce all the concomitants of old ago. Where a secret infirmity exists involving the happine.-s of a life and that of others, reason and moiality dic tate the necessity of its removal; for it is a fact that premature decline of the vigor of manhood, matrimonial unhappiness, compulsory single life, etc., have their sources in causes the germ of which is planted in early life, and the bitter fruit tasted long afterwards ; patients laboring under this com plaint will complain of one or more of the following symptoms : Nocturnal Emissions, Pains in the Back and Head, Weakness of Memory and Sight. Discharge from the Uretfca on going to stool or making wafer, the Intellectual Faculties are Weakened. Loss of Memory ensues. Ideas are clouded, and fhere is a disinclination to attend to business, or even to reading, writing or the society of friends, etc. The patient will probably complain of Dizziness. Vertig**, and that Sight and Hearing arc weakened and sleep disturbed by dreams, mel ancholy, sighing, palpitations, faintings, coughs and slow fever : while some have external rheu matic pains and numbness of the body : pome of the most common symptoms are pimples in the face and aching in different parts of the body. Patients suffering from this disease should apply immediately to DR PERRAULT, either in person or by letter, as ho will guarantee a cure of Seminal Emissions and Impotence in six or eight weeks. Patients suffering from Vcneral diseases in any stage, Gonorrehn. Gleet, Strictures, Bobo Ulcers, Cutaneous Erupti ons, etc., will be treated success fully . all Syphilitic and Mercurial Taints entirely removed fmm the system. DK PKRRAULT’S Diplomas arc in his office, where patients can see for themselves that they are under the care of a regularly educated practitioner. Patients suffering under Chronic diseases can call nnd examine for themselves. We invite investiga tion : claim not to know everything, nor to cure everybody ; hut we do claim that in all cases taken under treatment wo fulfill our promises. Wo par ticularly request those who have tried this boasted doct t and that aidvertised physician till worn out and discouraged to call upon us. LOW CHARGES AND QUICK CURES. Ladies suffering from any complaint incidental to their sex can consult the Doctor with the assur ance of relief. FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. DR. PERRAULT is the only agent in California for DU. BIOT’S Female Monthly Pills. Their immense sale has established their reputation as a female remedy, unapprouchcd, and far in advance of every other remedy for suppressions nnd irregu larities, and every other obstruction in females. On the receipt of five dollars, these Pills will ho sent by mail or express to am part of the world, secure from curiosity or damage. Persons at a distance can he cured at home, by addressing a letter to DK PERRAULT, corner ot Sacramento and M *ntgoraery streets, Rooms 9. 10, and 11, or Box 973, Post Office, San Francisco, statin r the case as minutely a» possible, general habits of living, occupation etc. All communications confidential. ioy8:lv. •<1 o Coughs, Hoarseness, Influenza, Sore Throat, Colds, Whooping-Cough, Cr*-up. Liver Complaint. Bronchitis, Asthma, Bleeding ot •he Lungs, and every affection of the Tin-at. Lungs and Chest, are speedily and permanently • ured by the use of Dr. Wistar’s Balsam of Wild Cherry. This well known preparation doen not dry up a cough and leave the cause behind, an is the case with most, medicines, but it loosens and cleanses the lungs and allays irritation, thus removing the caiue of the complaint, CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED by a timely resort to this standard remedy, as is proved by hundreds of testimonials received by the proprietors. None genuine unless signed I. Burrs. Seth W. Fowle & Sox, Proprietors, Boston. Sold by Redixotox, Hostbtter, A Co., and by dealers generally. Jane 11. 18T0. EVES! EVES! DR. E. H. PARDEE, OCCULIBT AND AURISTs A FTER a protracted blindness of more than five Xm. years, Dr. Pardee has made himself thoroughly ami .scientifically acquainted with all diseases of the Eye. and is now practising with a success not surpassed in the United States. AM operations perform'd, such as strabismus, or cross eye, Cateract by linear extr iction. Depression or Absorption. Pterygium, or fleshy membrane growing over the eye. Reduction of Staphyloma, or bulging out of the eye. Artificial Pupil, Fistula Lochrymalis, or closing of the tear passage, and all deformities of the Lids, etc. etc. Artificial eyes inserted without the least pain, and possessing all the movements and brilliancy of the real eye. A large assortment constantly on hand fur sale at reasonable prices. The Doctor's Eye bath for the treatment Hnd care of all nervous disorders is used all over ibis coast. Thankful to those physicians who have sent him cases for operations, and hopes that his universal success will warraht a continuance of their confi dence. His celebrity as an operator is c«-extensive with his success ; as patients arc presenting th» ni sei vss for treatment and operations from New and Boston almost monthly. Many patients can be seen at the Doctor’s office daily, in different stages of recovery. Office: 737 CLAY STREET, opp< '1 the Plaza, ny!s Notl o © 2 IHE- BOTTOMED CHAIRS RESTORED BY ibe undersigned; work to be lelt atMr. Veide’i item Pb'op in Sbufe. 8. X. WITHBROV ! INSCKANC E. ■a* Hot Exposed TO ACCIDENTS! r -- •••-■' THE IMPBKS3ION OBTAINSkAMONG maoy persons, tfc.U the valu? id Accident Insurance cnu be appreciated''only Cj fravelefs, of those whose avocations are necessarily of a hazardous nature. Still statistics show that one in every ten *f the entire population meets with an Accident every year Every prudent and careful man will act with reference to future contingencies. Bodily injury by accident is one of the most Ire qucut causes of distress ; • f distress to man’s family it fatal to *im ; and to himself al.-o, it odlt dis abling him from business, In either case this mode of insurance comes to you with a certain relief. Every man in liable to a> dJeut , “ Good Luck” cannot always be depended upon. The question to be settled are precisely the same as in fire insurance. Is it not deeper to let a responsible company take the risk than it is to carry it yourself? Is nut the protection offered worth more than it cnett. What Accideuts Have to be Paid For. The record of an English Accident Co., giving a list of indemnity losses paid in April, May and June of last year, makes the following exhibit : horse accidents, 93; business accidents. 55 ; home accidents. 4L; stieet accidents, 31; carriage acci dents, 24 ; railroad accidents, only 14. Persons who “don’t travel much,” please lake notice. THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO, Of Hartford, Conn., Insures against Accidents of all kinds- CASH ASSETTS S 1.350.000 HAS PAID 51.200.000 IN SIX YEARS, FOR DEATH OK INJURY BY ACCIDENT. the “Travelers Record” furnished gratuitously by Agents. No Mvdical Examination necessary. Policies issued direct by SAMUEL COOPER, Agent for Shasta County. Shasta, July loth, 1870. nl7 - ly M SC E LLANEOUS. THE TREMONT HOTEL. AND GENERAL STAGE OFFICE, Rtu*-iLLiijßr - Main Street, Ked lllufl) W. P. MAY HEW, - - - Proprietor fINUE PROPRIETOR, WOULD RESPECT fu»Iy announce to his friend* and the traveling Public, that he has leased this well known brick Hotel, and wilt at all times be found ready to wait upon ail those who may favor him with the light of their countenances —the latch string will always be out. THE TABLE. Will be supplied with the best the market affords. The rooms are large and well ventilated, and New Spring Beds throughout. Prices to suit the times. Stages arrive and depart daily, b<*th north and south. Call and see me. Red Bluff, April 22. IS7O. GREENE S HOTEL. AFTER THIS DATE WILL BE UNDER the management and control of MRS. H. L. GREENE who will always be pleased to see friends and pat rons of tfic House. Shasta, Oct. 1, 1870. HARDWARE! Iron, Steel INTctlls SHOVELS, PLOWS, PAINTS, SASH, GLASS, &c., &c., For Sale at Reasonable Prices by A. COLEMAN. Shasta, Sept. 4th 1869. Great Explosion! The old blowhard, the boss of the Pioneer Shop, the man that can’t get a white man to work for him— the man with ihe suit place on the top of his head, so soft the hair has all fallen off. the man that built the sand-catcher for Joe Mullen—the man that built a wagon for Boice that broke down in four mouths—the man that ruined Sara Gilbert’s bor-e in sboei- g—l wonder if be thinks he can make fools out of anyone else because he is one himself. Go in old blow pipe, you have got the community all laughing at you. My name is JOHN E. TIFFIN, pay fur all my Iron. Ste*l and Coal. STAMPING Fob braiding and embroidery, sot different pattern,. All order, promptly filled hr MRS. YOUNG., d 7 Main street, Shasta. TO SMOKERS AND CHEWERS. Before you buy your tobacco call in at my place, as you can buy it here Fiflj p. r cent cheaper than anywhere else. nlO 11. UANABSK. SEED POTATOES—a supply of Early Good rich and Early Pink Eye* at C. C. BUSH A C&*. Shasta, Jan. 26th, ’7l address TO TBS NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED WHOSE SUFFERINGS HAVE BEEN PROTRACTED PROM HIDOEM CAUSES, AND WHOSE CASES REQUIRE ft Prompt Treatment TO RENDER EXISTENCE DESIR. BEE If you are aufferiog or hare ruffercd, from inrol unlury discharges, what effect docs it produce upon jour general health? Do you feel week, debili tated, easily tired? Does a little extra exertion produce palpitation of the heart ? Docs your liver, or urinary organs, or your kidneys frequently get out 'of order ? Is your uriu- sometimes thick, milkly or flocky or is it ropy on settling ? Or does a thick scum rise on the top ? Or is a sediment at the bolt, in after it has stood awhile? Do you have spells of short breathing or dyspepsia? Are your bowels constipated? Du you h ve spells of faint ing, or rushes of blood to the head ? Is your mcm ory # impaired? Is your mind constantly dwd.ing on this subject? Do you feel dull, listless, moping, tired of companp, of Life? Do you wish to bo left alone, to get away from everybody ? Does any little thing make you start or jump? Is your sleep broken or restless ? Is the lustre of your eye ns brilliant ? The bloom on your cheek as bright ? Do you Cnj y yourself in society as well ? Do you pursue your business with the same energy ? Do yon feel as much confidence in yourself? Are your spirits dull and flagging, given to fits of melancholly ? It so do Lot lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have you restless nights ? Your bnak weak, your knees weak, and have but little appe tite, and you attribute this to dyspepsia, or liver complaint ? kcw, aim self-abuse, veneral diseases badly cured, ni d *'X ual excesses, are all capable of pio ucinjr a wcak iuss of the generative organs. The organs of gen eral on, when in perfect health, MAKE IDE MAN. HID YOU EVER THINK that those bold, defiant, energetic, persevering successful businessmen, are alway s tints® whose generative organs are in perfect health ? You never hear such men complain of being melancholy, of nervousness, or palpitation of the heart. They are never afraid they cannot succeed in business ; they don't become sad and discourag ed ; they are always polite and pleasant in tl.e* om panyof ladies, and h-ok you and them right in the faco—none of your dc wncas looks or other meanest about them. Ido not mean those who keep the organs inflated by running to excess. These will not only RUIN THEIR CONSTITUTIONS, but also those they do business with or for. How many men, from badly cured diseases, from iho effects of self-abuse and cxcesrca, 1 uvu brought about that state of weakness in tlio>e organs that has reduced the general system so much as to induce almost evtiy other disease IDIOCY, LUNACY, PARALYSIS, a spinal affections, suicide, and almost every other form of di-e.sse which humanity is heir to, and the real cause of the trouble scarcely ever suspect ed. and have doctored for all but the right one. Disease of these require the use of a Diuretic. IIELMBOLD’S FLUID EXTRACT BUC H U is the great Diuretic, and is a certain cure for di seases of the Bladder. Kidneys, Gravel. Dropsy, Oiganic Weakness. Female Complaints, General Debility, and all diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether existing in Male or Female, from what ever cause originating, and no matter of how long standing. If no treatment is sumitted to, Consumption er Insanity may ensue. Our flesh and blood are supported from these sources, and the health and happiness, and that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use of a reliable remedy. HELIHBOI.D’S EXTRACT BUCHU, Established upward of Nineteen Years, is prepared by 11. T. HELMBOLD, Druggist, 594 Broadway, New York, and 104 South Tenth St., Philadelphia, P«. Price 81 25 per Bottle, or 6 Bottle* for 86 50, delivered to any addre**. Sold by ail Druggist everywhere. NONE ABE GENUINE unit** dome up in tteel engraved mapper, wA fac-smile of my Chemical Worth omm, and signed H. T. HELMBOLD.