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ANNOUNCEMENTS. No announcemt will appear under this head unices paid for in advance. JJCII ARLES W. TAYLOR will be a Candidate lor the office of Assessor, subject to the action erf the Union Republican County Convention. We are authorized to announee LORIN SCOTT as a candidate for the office of County Clerk, sub ject to.the decision ..f the Union Republican jpoun t y Convention. We are authorized to announce WILLIAM JACKSON as a Candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the decision of tha Union Republican , County Convention. We are authorized to announce SAMUEL COOPER as a Candidate for the office of Treasur er of bhasta County, subject to the action of the next Union Republican County Convention. Wa are authorized to announce JOSEPH W. BRACKETT as a Candidate for District Attorney of Shasta County, subject to the decision of the next Union Republican County Convention. JOHN SHED will be a Candidate for Road inaster of District No. I, subject to the action of the Republican District Convention. We are authorized to announce DR. WM. X. GUPTILL, as a candinate for the office of County Clerk, subject to the decision of the next Union Republican County Convent!**. I hereby Announce myself as a Candidate for the office of County Assessor, subject to the action of the Republican County Con vention. JAMES LEARY. Stump Ranch, March 25th, 1871. grand jury report. To the Hon. County Court of the County of Shasta. The Grand Jury enipanneled at this, the May Terra, A. D. 1871, most respectfully re port that they have carefully examined into, nml ignored all the cases presented to them : That they have appointed a committee to examine the County Jail, who report the same to lie in a neat and orderly condition ; also, that they appointed a committee to visit the County Hospital, and they report the same to he in a neat and good condition, and state that they heard no complaints from any •of the patients. All of which is most respectfully submit ted. Shasta, May 2,d 1871. HAHVY MORGAN Foreman. If you feel dull, despondent, drowsy, debi litated, have frequent headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appetite, and tongue coated, you are suffering from lopid liver, or “Billious nesa.” Nothing will cure you so speedily and permanently ns Or. Fierce’s Alt. Ext. or Gulden Medical Discovery. It also cures all severe lingering Coughs and tones up and strengthens the whul • system. Sold by druggists. To avoid Counterfeits see that Dr. Fierce's private U. S. Government Stamp is on the outside wrapper.' A large Volume would not contain the mass of testimony which has accumulated in favor of Wistar’s Balsam of Wild Cherry ns a safe, efficient and reliable remedy in curing e niglis, c dds and pulmonary disease. Many of the cures are tiuly wonderful. Five hundred men arc now at work on the Southern I’apifie Railroad below Gil roy. Six miles his been graded ready lor the rails. ~1 \ k h i i;d On Stillwater, May Bth, hy \V. X. Onptill, Esq., John F. Staudford to Miss Elizabeth Smithson. At the American If'.tcl Shasta. May 7th, hy O. R. Knox Esq., Mr, Wm. J. Rogers to Mrs. F. A. Wright. DIED At Quartr. Hill May Sth. *»f Pneumonia, G. W. Nieman. aged 19 years. I month and 19 (lays. Decease'! was a native of Osnahurg. Germany, and came to Shasta County in 1849. Pittsburgh papers please notice. In Shasta, May Cth, A. t«. Mtilings, aged 49 years. At Seattle, Washington Territory, Harrison J. Shuttle IT, aged 4C* years. POLL AND HOSPITAL TAX Notk f is hereby given that the 801 l and Hospital Taxes, for the year 1871- 72. are due and payable on the first Monday of March, and the t-i.iUiU* providing for their collec tion will he strictly enforced. THE POLL TAX of Two Dollars, if paid prior to the first Monday «»f August, and Three Dollar* on and after that dale, is due from “each male inhabitant of the State, over tifenty-bne and under sixty year? of age. and not hv law exempt.” THE PER CAPITA HOSPITAL TAX of this county is Two Dollars, and is due from • each male inhabitant of the State, over twenty-one and under sixty years of age t and not by law exempt.” The undersigned will call upon citizens, either at their reshlcnc* s or pluccs of business, for the amount of the «h<ire taxes. TflOMAfi «RiEMt,eai<-clor. Shasta, April .Id, 1871. ap3 V 9VI Tboi.* 1840 W 1870 Travellers are alway liable to sudden attacks of Dystentery and Cholera Morbos, and these occurring when absc it from homs, are very unpleasant. The Cain Killer may al ays he relied upon in such cases. As *OOll as you had the symptoms, take one teaspoonful in a gill of new milk and molas ses and a gill of hot water, stir well together and drink hot. Repeat the dose every hour until relieved. If the pains be severe, baths the bowels and back with the medicine clear. In cases of Asthma and Phthisic, take a teaspoonful in a gill of hot water sweetened well with molasses; also bathe the throat and stomach faithfully with the medicine, clear. Dr. Sweet says it takes out the soreness in cases of bonesettiug faster than anything be aver applied. Fishermen so often exposed to hurts by having their skin pierced with hooks, aod tins of fish, can be relieved by bathing with the Pain Killer a* soon as the accident oc curs; in this way the anguish is soon abated; bathe as often as once in five minutes, say three or four times, and you will seldom hare any trouble. The bites and scratches of dogs and eats are soon cured by bathing with the Pain Killer clear. April Ist. 1871. WILLIAM MAGEE, l. S. Deputy Surveyor, Al:»o. haring been appointed MINERAL SUR VEYOR for Shasta County, by J. R. Hardenhergh U. t>. Surrey or General for California, it now pre pared to execute all Government Surveys, and Surreys of Mineral Lands, for parties who wish to apply fi>r Patents. Office at Shasta. April Bth, 1871. C. C. BUSH A CO'S. COLUMN. 1 NEV GOODS! * r / : i u_i I'M T We arc now receiving a large stock of Goods in our line, selected * personalty by our Mr. C. C. Bush, in San Francisco. And a great " part of them were purchased direct lv from the Importers and Manufacturers for cash, which enables us to give our customers the best of bargains H AMONG OCR ASSORTMENT WILL BE OF FERED: 50 Bids. Cube Sugar. 50 Bbls. @ Crushed f*ugar, 100 i Bbls. (a) Crushed Sugar. 200 Bols. Island Sugar, 50 Bags Coffee. 100 Cases assorted Teas. lO 000 lb Shasta County Bacon, 100 Boxes Soap, 100 Dozen Porter, 40 Bbls. Whisky, 50 Cases Bitters, UK) Boxes Candles. 200 Gallon Coal Oil, • 100 Dozen Extracts, 3000 tb Codfish, 100 Kits Mackerel 2 25 Ootoo Brswn*. .*7 7 Z B*ltybn**Wh«»t. And a large variety of other Goods necessary to a first class : fibjiA WHOLESALE RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS. (' V \v E HAVE A FEW BUCKEYE MOWERS, i -- 5 ; WHEELBARROWS, FORKS, We to get any A -ri'-uTwrai MachUcry our eu.-tomcr* may want, or the tfaebiocs. Diamrtd Botfk Osokmg Stove, and a fine assortment of pressed Tinware. Also a Urge assortment of STONE CROCKS, for Butter and Milk. W <pr the powerful GIANT POWDER, Fuse and Caps. Also, Agents for Thos. Firth k Son's eelebra fH *¥f” I »o»t>Dri«k^mer,. An assortment of Powder, Caps, Shot and Lead, Fish Hooke and Lines. WE ARE ALSO AOEMT3 FOR THE PA cifie Insurance Company, Cash Capital ft 000.00; Surplus $777,366.63—a Califor nia Campaay and entitled to th. ptrenage of the Pseific Coast. W« invite the whole Northern part of the State to give us a trial, fully satisfied «• will sell them to «/ / » We - she ' satisfied that ont town affords other advantages also. Our Jewelers, Watchmakers, rs, TiAders, Druggist, Blacksmiths, Wagon Makers, Teamsters, Livery Stables, Hotels, Lawyers, Dec ors. Dry Goods A Clothing Stores. Furniture Stores, Shoe Makers, Ac. are as well prepared to satisfy all demands as ourselves- C. C. BUSH A CO., Main Street. Shasta, May Mh, 1871. 1849. ■JStSL I * B71 * SUBSCRIBER BK(i* LEAVE to inform the citizens of Shut. County that }br the last tl Years to per- t nantiona on old Boots and mg Feet, making good the binding the Broken, hejiug the landed, mording.the Consti tion and supporting the Body with a new Sole. «*NE ( AI.F BOOTS B ILL. a* elastic as a California Politician’s !«, ami admirably suited to those who tread ip the Paths of Rectitude. Their durability 4jpl! |i Truth itself au'4 they fit the Foot as ionocen<% docs the rbee’of Childhood. nti by Col is e finely 39aly. HENRY ! HABICH. MAIN STREET SHASTA, H AS JUST RECEIVED AND NOW OFFERS for sale a fresh supply of SCHOOL-BOOKS AND STATIONERY! I He also keeps on hand a fine assortment of Candies, Hut*, Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Fruit, Etc., And bis stock of Toys and Holiday Goods IS FULL AND COMPLETE. Fresh Garden Seeed always on hand. PRICES LOW 1 Shasta, Nor. 27. m 3. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! —AT THE— Shasta Drug- Store! m HIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING JUST RE iurucd from San Francisco, where he select ed a large stock of Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, PERFUMERY. Toilet and Fancy Article*, Offers them at greatly reduced prices. Tradei* supplied at the Very lowest market rates. NONE BUT PURE AND FRESH DRUGS AND GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES KEPT. Physician's Prescriptions carefully com pounded. L. WELLEWDORFF (olfi.lf.) THE GREAT BLO3D PURIFIER. tty/''' < v 'WV I'll .v'.N ' v 'v « 2=> *V* \ N *• > fc\>'. ■ S t 2» An Infallible blood pckipier. possess ing rare Totnc and wavniE properties— a certain rare for naf i'utTisa, ..Oi l, SEIUUU. and all kindred Diseases Tl completely restores the system when im paired by disease, revives the action of the kmvSVS mLd SUIfAL MCAlri, tldi caily cores scaorniA, salt mli i, and all eruptive ui cvtaveous Dis eases, gives immediate sod permanent relief in DYSPEPSIA, erysipelas. Tumors, Beals, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; eradi cates from the system all traces of Mercurial Disease. It is PURELY vegetable, being made .from an herb found indigenous in Caiir.rmia. It T*. therefore peculiarly suitable far use by Females and Children, as a BLOOD piiri. FIER RENOVATOR. For Sat. by .11 Druggists. REBIR6TOR, KOSTETTER A 60. ACOCNTS. 528 and 531 Market Street, Ban PranciMo. Every Family Should Have It- DR. GUILMETTE S EXTRACT OF JUNIPER |As» delicious tonic, healthful, and ct for all of the Kidneys : | ladder. Loss of Appetite* Dyspcp Nervous Debility, /.c., it is unrivaled To Females it is especially recomcn for all irregularities of thj menses, i disorders peculiar to their system, a can be used with perfect safety. In i larious districts it is a jrreat prevent*! ■ - of Fever and Agne. R. H. McDON CO., Wholesale Agents, corner P and Sansome sts., San Francisco. (o? 2 BIST W a^onmaking'. JAMES F. SC AMMON, is nowpreparei to do a general Wagon-making business. All styles ff *Fi Wf* '<> order on short rfbtiee slondßi Iftit raSoest Material used. I will also do all kinds of Woodwork as hereto fore. Shop or West side of Main street, Shasta in the Building formerly occupied by J. R Gilbert. [fio r«wRH %# fiEMF D"f 1 do not wish to inform you, reader, that Dr. Wonderful, or any other man, has discovered a remedy that cures Consumption, when the lungs are half consumed, in short, will cure oil diseases whether of mind, body or estate, make men live forever, and leave death to play for want of work, and is designed to make our sublunary sphere a blissful Paradise, to which Heaven itself shall be but a side show. You have heard enough of that kind of humbuggery. But when 1 tell you that Dr. Sage -3 Catarrh Remedy will positively cure the worst eases of Catarrh in the Head, I only as ert that which thousands can testify to. I will pay $5OO Reward for a case that I cannot cure. A pamphlet giving symptoms and other in formation sent free to any address. This leinedy is SOLD BY MOST DRUGGISTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. Price 50 cents. Sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of sixty cents, or four packages for two dollars.— Beware of counterfeit* and worthless imitations. See that my private Stamp, which is a positive guarantee of Genuineness, is upon the outside wrapper. Remember that this private Stamg, issued by the United States Goverument expressly for stamping my medicines, has my portrait, name and address, and the world’s “U. S. Cer tificate of Genuineness,” engraved upon it, and need not be misatken. Don’t be swindled by travelers and others representing themselves as Dr Sage: I am the only man now living that has the knowledge and right to manufacture the Gen uine Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy, and I never travel to sell this medicine. R. V. PIERCE, M. D. Jan. 22.] 133 Seneca street, Buffalo. N. Y. ASSESSOR’S NOTICE. TIHE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NOTICE TO the Property Holders of Shasta County, that in accordance with the requirements of law he has entered upon the performance of his official duties for the current year. He would call particular at tention to the following section of the Revenue Law : “ If any person shall willfully make, or give, under oath or affirmation, a false list of his, or her, or their taxable property, or a false list of taxable property under his, her, or their contiol, such per son shall be deemed gnilty of perjury, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished therefor, as is by law provided for the punishment of perjury ; and any property willfully concealed, removed, transferred, or misrepresented, by the owner or any agent thereof, to evade taxation, shall upon dis covery, be assessed at ten times the amount of tax for that year, which would otherwise have been assessed upon it; and fifty per cent, of the amount ot such additional tax, when collected, shall be paid to the person or persoons who shall furnish the per centage for collection, shall be paid into the Treasury, for the benefit of the Common School Fund of the State.” If Tax Payers were to have a list of their pro perty prepared, ready to be sworn to, as the law directs, by the time of my reaching them, they would thereby perhaps save themselves much an noyance, as well as facilitate my work. C. W. TAYLOR, Assessor of Shasta County. Shasta, April 2d, 1871. n 4. BILLIARDS, r: w. Messrs, phelan a collender, the well-known Billiard Table Manufacturers of Now York, have established at 541 Market street, tins city an extensive branch of their business, where they propose to keep constantly on hand the largest and most complete assortment of Bil liard Tables, Cloth,. Cues, etc., on this coast. The Tables are of the latest styles and sire recently adopted in the Eastern States, are Manufactured in the best possible manner, and furnished with Phelan's latest improved Cushions. The new composition Billiard Ball made by the Hyatt meoufactnring Co. of Albany N. Y. the best snbsiitiitc for ivory yet discovered. For Sale only by ns. Price $l2 per set. All g«w>ds will bo «f the best quality, and the prices fully as low as any other bouse in the bus iness. Parties visiting this city are invited to visit our van-rooms and inspect our '‘lock. GEO. E PHELAN, 511 Market St. N„ B. The public arc notified that no other parties on the Pacific coast have (ho right to sell Phelan’s Cushions* Tiik report having been circulated that the p ,u prictor of the Pioneer Shop had injured a ccrtai horse in shoeing—hence flic following; t«RR ESPON DENC E. Beli/s Bridge, April Ifith, 1870. Mr. S. Isaacks—Dear Sir ;—I am in receipt of yours of to-day, and I would say this That you have done my shoeing for the last ten or twelve years; and have always gave entire satisfaction, and in no instance have you ever crippled any horse of mine, from shoeing or otherwise. Yours Truly, J. J. BELL. PIONEER SHOP! WE ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS of Wagon work in a manner that cannot |i>e beat by anybody in this State. We can iron night two-horse Wagons with hoop-iron for $ 256 per AVagpn, and will, warrant them, pot fit to run ill' an iDißaqrooiintiy. tbevcbuck [loo loud. The proprietor of the pioneer Shop ?• the only man t hat-can set adira without dlsbbsg the wheel, and the only man that can shoe a horse right, or stop one from interfering or forging. lam prepar ed to make Iron Railing of all kinds at 20 per cent, cheaper than any ever yet made in this place. Ow ing to a superior punching machine 1 have, I can do more work with it in three hours, than any man can do by the old process in a day. AH kinds of Picks, Mattocks and Hoes, made to order. If any body wants good work done, here is the plate to get it. No work will be turned away, and the beauty of it is we don’t file our work—that’s what hurts. SAMUEL ISAACKS. Shasta April Bth, 1870* Notice. In accordance with an order of the Board of Su pervisors of Shasta County, made at the May term, I hereby give notice that said Board will receive proposals up to the first day of the August term, to perform the public printing and adver tising of said County for two years from August Ist 1871, the Board reserving the right to reject any and all proposals. GRANT I. TAGGART, Clerk. Shasta. May 12th 1871. GILBERT’S SHASTA & RED BLUFE „, GILBERT’S SHASTA AND RED BLUFF EXPRESS, VIA. Horsctown. Piety Hill. Eagle Creek, Janesville, Roaring River, Ac., will run a* follow* : Arrive at Shasta on Monday, leave Tuesday ; arrive at Red Blnff on Thursday and leave oa Friday. All orders accompanied with CASH will receive prompt attention. Collections on the route promptly attended to. Feb. 18th, 1871. schoolTbooks Of every deaeriptiwn for sale by J. M. MANASSE, Next to Wells, Fargo A Co.’« Express Office. Shasta, Sept. 22, 1870. Cal, Paoifio R. R. Co's. Steamers. Great Redaction of Passage and Freight The swift and commodious Steamar T VICTOR, (i. P. PAGE, - - Master, Will leave Red Bluff every Tuesday, At 6A. M. Returning, will leave Sacramento every Saturday, At 7 A. M. PASSAGE, TO SACRAMENTO. W. « *< SAN FRANCISCO. SIO. INCLUDING MEALS AND BERTHS. saff'Freight on General Meiebandise Twelve Dollars per Ton, ACTUAL WEIGHT. For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to SAM. JATNKS, Agent. Rod Bluff, April 1, 1871. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. Portland to San Francisco 5 Days. Through, to San Francisco in 24 hours COAST CALIFORNIA & OREGON LINE STAGE CO. anderson, Parker & Co., Proprietors. DEPARTURE OP STAGES. For Red Bluff and Tehama, 0$ P. M., connecting with the cars at Tehama. For French Gulch, Trinity Valley, CaliagiiHii# Raoch, Scott Valley, Yrelyi, Jacksonville, and through to Portland, Oregon, daily, upon the arrival of the lower stage, 7a.m. OFFICE#*-At the Empire Hotel. JOHN CRADDOCK, Agent. LIVERY STABLE CORRAL. W. H. DUNN Having purchased the stock, bug gies and fixtures comprising this old and well known establishment, would respectfully inform hia friends and the traveling public that he <*an always be found on band and ready to attend promptly to everything demanded in his lino of business. FIIE CARRIAGES & BUGGIES, and safe driving teams to let at the most reasonable rates. Excellent Sad dle Horses always on hand for the accommodation of the Public. He would alsooall the attention of TEAMSTERS to his commodious CORRAL and superior accom modations. HAY BARLEY AND OATS constantly on band at terms to suit the times. There is attached to the establishmaul a BOARDING HOUSE, Where Families and others can obtain excellent accommodations. Main Street, Shasta. June l!Hh. Jl9 A. DOBROWSKY, Jeweier and Watchmaker, Main Street Shasta, ¥7" EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINE l\ «£s*rtin«nt of __ Jewelry. Watches. Clocks & Silver ware!' All kinds of Jewelry made to order. Diamonds and other Gems reset in the latest style, and Hair Jewelry mounted in 18 karat gold. Watches and Clocks repaired, and all work done or good# sold, warranted. T WILSON AND BUCKEYE SHUTTLE 3 SSewiiur Machines. Wonderful achievements of Inventive tien 1 us,.end Mechanical Skill! Unrivaled for Simplicity. Durability and Beauty ! Stitch Alike on Both Sides. Having received tbe Agency for tbe.e Machine, the undersigned is prepared to take order, for the same. No. I Willson Sewing Machine *5O-00 Buckeye Haud Sewing Machine #25.00, Table aod Treadle for Bnckeya Machine... J 12.00, Specimen Machine on exhibition. RDER6FOR O’ Rifles, Shotguns and Platols promptly attended to. %3T AII kinds of repair, on Guns, Mathemat ical, Optical, and Surgical Instraments, Sewing Machines, Faucets, Steam Valves. *e.. neatly ex ecuted. E. DOBROWSKY. New Arrangement. LIVERY & FEED STABLE MAIN STREET, SHASTA. & Having purchased the stock, fix tores, and business stand heretofore owned by Grant 1. Taggart, tbe undersigned respect fully informs his friends and the public generally that he will hereafter carry on a regular Feed and Livery Establishment at the old atand, and guarranteea tati if action to all who may laror him with their patronage. Persons desiring of FINE BUGGIES OR*CARRIAGES, AND GEN TLE AND SAFE; American Horses can always be accommodated. Good Saddle Horses constantly ready for service. A good supply of Hay and Barley will be kept on baud, and hones boarded and well taken care of at the most reasonable rales. — JOHN CRADDOCK. Shasta, Sept. 16, IS7O. G. C. SCHROTEK, addle and Harness Maker, Charter Oak Building, Main Street. -<v RESPECTFULLY INFORMS the Public that be has an axten- Saddlery, Harness, and SADDLERY HARDWARE On hand, which he will dispose of at Reduced Prices I He requests those in want of GOODS ia hie line to call and examine his stock before purchaa elscwhCre, as his Goods are far SUPERIOR U any ever before brought to Shasta. Repairing, CARRIAGE TRIMMING, Ac., done to order en the most reasonable terms, and in the beat man ner. ALSO, AGENT FOR KLOT7’ LEM her, ready dressed. Door and window fiames, window blinds, Ac. Shasta, June 19,1869. jel9. EXCELSIOR SHAVING SALOON ANO BATH-HOUSE. Wm. P. HARTMANN, Proprietor. Main Street , Shaeta, next door to lirotc/md A €•• Warm, Cold, and Shower Bathe! The attention of the public is rk spectfully called lo the following price.: Warm Baths—3 for *l.OO. Shower Baths —5 lor 11,00. Shampooing— *sc. Hair Cutting—SOc. The patronage of the public rerpeet'ullj solic ited. [May Uth. tf.} SUMMONS. In Justice’s Court of Fourth Township, in the County of Shasta, State *f California. Thomas Greene, Plaintiff, against Benjamin S. Start, Defendant. The People of the State of California send Greet ing to Benjamin S. Start, Defendant. You are hereby required to appear before me, at my office in Fourth Township, in the County of Shasta, in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff and answer the complaint in said action, on file in my office within ten days, (exclusive of tbe day ot service) after the service on you of this Summons if served in this County or twenty dais if served out of the County and in the state, or in three months if served out of the state. The said action is brought to recover tbe amount of Eighty Dollars in Gold coin besides Interest on a promisory note given by you to Chas. K. Holbrok on the 17th dayof Feb 1870, and bearing interest at the rate of one one half per cent per month until paid; said note was traesfered to Thomas Green on the Bth day of November 1870, by whom this action is brought: And you are hereby notified (hat if you fail to appear and answer said complaint, as above re quired, said plaintiff will take judgment against you for tbe said amount of $BO and Interest to gelher with costs and damages. To the Sheriff or any Constable of said Shasta County, Greeting: M ike legal service and due return hereof Given tinder mv hand this twenty first day of December A. I). 1870. L L. Y. HASTINGS, Justice of the Peace qf said Township. Burney Valley, December 12th 1870. It having been made to appear to my satisfac tion that (bis defendant in tbe above action resides out of this State it is ordered that service o| tbe above Summons £>e made by publication in tbe Shasta Courier the legal length of time. L. L. Y. HASTINGS, J. P. JOY TO THE AFFLICTED!! A REMEDY FOUSD AT LAST! It Will Cure Your Cough! IT WILL PREVENT ANDCURE CON SUMPTION S That Cough which you arc ucglectiog, may result in fatal Consumption, if some prompt Remedy is not. used. Why sacrifice your life when your Disease can be cured so quick, and at so small a cost ? What Is the value ol Money when comp ared to Health f ALLEN’S LUNG BALSAM la warranted to break up tbe most troublesome Cough in an incredible short time. There ia no remedy that can show more evidence of real mer it than this BALSAM, for curing Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Colds, Asthma, Croup, Ac. It ia only about seven years since tbe Balsam was first offered to tbe public ; and in that abort time it has become known and appreciated in near ly every town and village throughout the United States and the dominion of Canada. Hundreds of thousands of bottles are sold annually, and thou sands of witnesses testify to its unequaled power in healing the diseases that it n recommended for. It it Harmless to the most delicate Child I It contains no Opium in any form ! It ia told by Medicine Dealers generrally ! Caution. C.ll for “ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM." and •bun the use of any other Balsam called Allen's as unprincipled men may deceive you with their own worthless preparaiona. CALL FOR ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM! 3. M. HARRIS * CO.. PROPRIETOR. Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale by RBDI NGTON« HOSTETTER da CO, 529 A 53, Market Street San Francisco, Cal., Agents for California and Pacific States. 081.