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A Few Plain W ords. Man’s a frol ! _ When it’* k>th* he want* it cool ; When it* cool he w «nts it li• *t; Ne’er con ten te*3 with his lot. When it's try He for shower? IS PDre-10. V =rh ! When—to in et fhi- wish— ~ain«. Of the w»;t-lhe fool comul'c’iS. Hot or cold, or d*y or wet. Nothing suits that he c;. I consider, as tt rule Man's a fool. ANOTHER tn-nieml engineering oper ation is to be commenced immediately Wr allude to the construction of a railroad tunnel under the English Channel, be tween Engla d and France. The Hoard of Fngineers appointed to examine and report upon the several schemes recom mended, has decided to accept that of Thome de Gamond. The tunnel will he commerced on the French side at Dieppe, and on the English, at Nevrhaven. The estimated cost will he about $45,000,000, and the time required for its completion, six years, so that the whole will be in run ning order in 1*77. The course selected is far from being as narrow as the Straits of Dover, hut the current is not nearly so so ttrong nor the water so deep. Lincoln's Kindness of Heart.— Al though Douglass deflated Lincoln for Sena tor in IHSS.. he gave him big confidence immediately after hi> inauguration, and never tailed in generosity to his widow and children hen J was defeated for Clerk of the House in March. I*ol, he called in person ti a nun her of Senators and asked them to vote for me tor Secre tary of that body. When Stonewall Jack son was killtd, and one of mv assistant editors spoke kindly of the better part of his character, Vhraham Lincoln wrote to me commending the ft Unite to i brave ad versary. If you visited Lincoln he n“ver wearied you with dreary polities or heavy theories, or glorfied himself and his doings. In ( very crisis he sought the advice, not oi his enemies, hut of his friends. To his conviction* he was ever true, out his opin ions were always subject to revision .John \V. Forney. Cleanse the Skin.—lt is a furious fact, illustrating the necessity of cleanli ness. and of keeping the ) ores of the skin open, that if a coat of varnish or other sub stance impervious to moisture he applied to the exterior of the body, death will en sue in about six hours The experiment was once tried on a child in Florence - On the occasion ol Pope Leo the Lentil's accession to the papal chair, it was desired to have a living figure to represent tlie Golden Age, and so a child was guilded all over with varnish and gold leaf. The child died in a few hours If the fur ot a rabbit or the skin of a p:g bo covered with a solution of India rubber iu naphtha, the animal ceases to breathe in a couple of hours. A young man recently called upon the editor of a paper in an Oregon town and asked to see his file for l.*t)9, which re quest was granted W hile the editor step ped out a moment, he marched out with the tile, and used it against r ,e owner in a libel suit for SS.UUO damages. The plain tiff recovered six and a quarter cents, whi n his persecuted victim turned upon him and had him sentenced to seven years in the penitentiary for stealing books “What’s the matter, Uncle Jerry ?” said Mr ——, an old Jeremiah 11. was passing by, growling most furiously.— “Matter!” said the old man, stopping short; “why, here I've been lugging water all the morning for Dr C's wile to wash with, and what d'yespose 1 got it ?” •‘\\ hy. 1 supposes about ten cents,” an swered Mr. Ten cents! She-told me the Doctor would pull a tooth lor me some time.” Ihe Norwich Commercial Bulletin tells of a thirsty individual who, after drinking too much river water, became possessed of the delusion that the Thames was the do mestic rocking cha r. and sat down in it from the wharf. He had only time to re mark tl at some fool was always leaving a pan ot water in those chairs, before he was fished out. 4he balat.ee of the new U S loan, amounting to 8120,000,000, has been Sold in Berlin. Ihe German people have con fidence in Ameilean credit under a Repub lican administration. ELECTION PROCLAMATION ST\TE OF 0 LIFOUSIA EXECUTIVE Department lucre will be a Special Judicial Election held thr-nfflioiit the State on W KDXKKIHV, The 1.1-hleenth Day of October i. ext, m wbuh the following th are to he elected : One Justice of the Supreme Court for the full term One Justice of t»»e Supreme Coorf for the residue ° the nnexpired erm of Justice Sanderson. On. Superintendent *f Public Instruction. One District Judge for the Fifteenth Judicial dis trict. On Judg* of the Municipal Criminal C>urt for the <i J iid county : San Frun.Dc>. 0»»e Probate Judge for the oit and county ofSao F ran.Deo, One County Judge for 'he couniy of Alameda. One ' ouoty Judge for the county of Amador. One C*"inty Judge f«-r the county of Butte. .One County Judge for the county of Calaveras. One County Jud e for the c unty of ConDa Coata. One County Jadgifor the county of Colusa. One County Judge for the county of Del Norte. Oon County Judge for lb© county of El Dorado. One Couniy Judge for the county of Fre<*no. One County Judge for the county of Humboldt. One County Judge for the county of Inyo. One County Judge for the county of Klamath. 0.. n County Judge for the county of Kern. One County Judge for the county of Marin. One County Judge for the c unty of Mariposa. One County Judge for the county of'Mendocino. One County Judge for the county of Merced One County Judge fur the county of Monterey. One County Judge for the county of Napa. One County Judge for the county of Nevada- One County Judge for the county of Placer. One County Judge f«»r the county of Sacramento. One County Judge for the county of Santa Barbara One County Judge for the county of San Bernard - no. One County Judge for the county of Santa Clara. o**n County Judge for the county of Santa Cruz. One County Judge lor the c**unty of San Diego. One County Judge for the county of Lake. On© County Judge for the city and county of gaa Francisco. One County Judge for the county of Pan Joaquin. • 'Tie County Judge lor the county of San Louis Ohispo. One County Judge for the county of San Mateo. One County Judge for the county of Shasta. One County Judge for the county of Sierra. One County Judge for the county of Son ma. | Ona County Judge for the county of Stanislaus. One County Judge for the county of Si-kiyou. One County Judge for the county of -utter. One County Judge for the county of Tehama. O e County .In Ige for the county of Tuolumne. One Couniy Judge for the couvty of Trinity. One County Judge for the county of Yolo. One County Judge for the county of Yuba. The attention of the Boards of Supervisors of the evcrol counties i* directed to an Act entitled “An Act to amend an Art entitled an Art to provide for the registration of the citizens of this S ate. and for the enrollment of all the legal voters thereof, and for the prevention and punishment of frauds af fecting the elective franchise," opproved March 19 1856 : approved March JO, 1858. (s«e Statutes 1857 58. page 547). Also, fr» “An Art supp'emen lay to and amendatory of the various Acts regu lating elections, and to repcjtl certain laws »»n the subject,” approved March 31, 1855 (see Statutes 1855 55 p.-t e 509>. Also, to “An Art to amend section thirty eight of an Art regulating" elec tions." parsed ar< h 23. I *BO ; approved March 30. 1858 (Statutes 1857 5«. page 680.) Is Witness Wnr.Rßor. I have here unto set n;y hand and caused the [L. 9.] great seal of State to be affixed at Sacramento, fhi* Twelfth day of September A. I) 1871. 11. If. li MGHT, Governor. Attest : IT. L. NICHOLS, Secretary of State. State of Caiitorni * !>. panment of Mtate. I, 11. L. Nichols, Secretary of State of the Ststc of California, do her* by certify that the an nexed is a true, all and correct copy of Governor’s ProH nations for Jodi, ini Election, to b# held .*». the 18tb day of October, 1871, now on file in my office. Witness rny han i and the Great Seal of State, at fßre, in Sacramento, California, the fifteenth day of September, A. f» 1871. H. L. NICHOLS, Secretary ef State. STATE OK (’ V MHMtMA, I COUNTY OK BIMBIA. J N 'firc is herebv given that in addit on to the officers above specified be vot**»i fr in this Com>- t.v —the following officers will ha Elected ia said County at such Election fc Bv order of the B -ard of Supervisors. GK ANT I TAGGAUT. County Clerk. CoDNtilcloiial rroilnioiiß DEFINING THE QUALIFICATIONS AND DISABILITIES OF ELECTORS. Per. 10 Every white male citizen of the United State?, and every white male citizen of Mexico who shall have elected to become a citizen of the United Slates under the treaty of peace exchanged and ratified at Queretaro on the 30th of May. 1848, ofihe age of twenty-one years, who shall have been a resident of the State six months next preceding the election, and the county or district in which he claims his vote, thirty days, be entitled to a vote at all elec ions which are now or hereafter may be authorized by law Sec. 11. For the purpose of voting, no per son shall be deemed to have gained or lo.*t a residence by reason of his presence or abduce on the service-of the United Stales, n*r w hile engaged in the navigation of the wates of this State or the United State*, or of the high se«g ; nor while a student of « seminary of learning : nor while kept at an almshouse or other asylum, nor while confined in any public prison. Sec. 12. No idiot or insane person or ftersons convicted of any infamous crime, shall be en titled to the privileges of an elector. Sec. 13. A crime shall he deemed infamous which is punishable by death or by imprison ment in ijie State Prison. REGISTRY ACT. Sec. 29. No person shall be allowed to vote except at the polls held in the election district where be resides ; nor unless his name is en rolled on the poll li-t where he offers his vote in such district nor for local i*r representative officers. unless he shall-have had Lis residence for thirty days next preceding within the terri torial limits prescribed for the election of such officers. If any person enrolled on the poll list whose vote shall be objected to ou the day of election by any qualiificd elector, shall Ik* proved to the satisfaction of the B *»rd of Judges, either by hi* own oath by the oath of any qualified elector and house holder of the district, or by any other clear and competent evidence, not to be leg illy qual ified and entitled to be enrolled on said poll list, or if it be proved as aforesaid that he is enrolled on more than one p.dl list, when he offer- t s vote, or is otherwise not legally qualified to vote at such election, his vote shall be rejected. 3t. m m w mithm ami ]T N. CHAPPELL WOULD BESPECTFUL ! - , ly ioform the people of Fhetta and the County generally, that he has just received, and I will keep constantly on hand, one of the largest I md best assorted stork of goods ever kept in this market, consisting in part of BEDDING, FURNITURE^ French China, GLASSWARE, STONEWARE, WOODEN AML l-A3S L*«s wmm W illow-ware, BIRD CASES. COAL OIL, LCCISE, LAMPS, including the splendid Orient Argand Kerosene Burner, Ac.. Ac., all of which be offers for sale, and hopes to mtrit the patronage of the commu nity at large by his attention to basinets and low ?«•••. fcmyl* ASSESSOR’S NOTICE. T*he undersigned gives notice to . the Property Holders of Shasta County, that in accordance with the requirem* nts 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, cr give, under oath or affirmation, a false list of his, or her, or their taxable property, or a lalse list of taxable prcpeity under big, her, or their control, 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 limes the amount of tax for that 'car, which would otherwise have been assessed npon it; and fifty per cent of the amount ol such additional tax. when collected, shall be paid to the person or persoons who shall tarnish the percentage 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 mv work. C. W. TAYLOR, Assessor of Shasta County. Shasta, April 2d, 1871. n 4. SU3IMOyfS. In the Jnsfiee’t Conrt,) Mills A Wilkinson, of Fourth Township ; > vs. County of Shasta and j H. C. Essley. STATE OF CALIFORNIA. The People of the State of California send Greeting to H. C. Essley : ■wrou ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO appear J before me at my office in theFonrth Township, in the county of Shasta, ia an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff*. nd answer the complaint on file in my office, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service), after the service on you of this summon*. The said action is brought to recover the sum of Seventeen dollars and eighty-two cents(in U. 9. coin) for Merchandise sold and delivered to yon as per Hill on file. And you are hereby notified that if yon fail to appear and answer the said com plaint a? above required, said Plaintiff : will take judgement against yon for the said amount of $l7 82 together with costs and damages. To the Sheriff or any Constable of >»id Township. Greet ing. Make legal service and due return hereof. Given under my hand this It'th day of July, 1971. A. J. CURTISS, Justice of the Peace. Burgettville. Aligned sth, 187 f. Affidavit having this day been filed in my of fice, that the Detei dent in the above case is a non resident of this State. It is therefore ordered that the above summons serve by Publication in the 9llasta rerp.iKE of Shasta county, California, for tine months. A. J. CURTISS, Justice of the Peace in and for said Township and C unty. BLACKSMITHING JDCNE TO ORDER! If you want your smith-work done tip-top. Please give us a call at TIFFIN’S SHOP I Where we are always ready, and never tarry. To work for Tom. Dick or Harry. All who comes and gives us a job. Will find our motto not to rob. Rut dt our work up very nice At a reasonable and low pri>-e. Shop in Shasta on west side * f Main Street, Above C. C. Bush one hundred feet J. E. TIFFIN. fbasta, June lit, 1871. THE TREf/iONT HOTEL AND OFFICE, iX»tn Red *UhU. GENERAL STAGE »n »L»-' ■ i • MAY HEW, - Proprietor fTAHE PROPRIETOR, wotted respect- fuilv announce to his fronds and the traveling Puiilic, that he ha* 1« a-cd this well known hri«*k Hotel, and will at all times he found ready to wait up‘>« .ill those who may favor him with the light of their countenances —the latch string will always be out. THE TABLE. Will he supplied with the l*e*t the market affords. The room* are large and well ventilated, and New Spring Bed* throughout. Friees to suit the times. Stages arrive and d**«»*rt daily, both north and south. Call and ace me. lied Bluff. April 22. 1870. NOTICR THE ODER SION ED HAS POSSESSION, by right of pu chase of Gilman I‘avir, ol his Ferry and Kanrh i>n the Saciaiiiento river oppo site the Canon road leading lo Millville, for the •'iw of Twenty One Hundred Dollars in Gold Coin, (as records in Shasta will show—his name and his wife's name Feeing attached to the same. I have a new windlass, a new wire rope and n strong boat, and am prepared to cross anything in my Ferry that comes that way. N. B.—Th • name of the ferry is changed and called “ Millville and Shasta Ferry/’ To Rent—The Ferry and Ranch. LAURENCE HUGHES. Millville and Sha ta’Ferry, July 11, 1871. LA Nils RESTORED TO MARKET! U. 6. Laud Office. Shasta. Cal., 1 September 16th, 1871. j Whertaf. under instructions received from the Hon. Willis Drummond. Commi«si'»ner of the General Land Office at Washington, D. C., dated August 25th. 1871, we are directed lo fix a day upon which the odd sections of land hereinafter mentioned, and described and heretofore withdrawn as indemnity lands for the California Oregon Rail Hoad Company, will be restored to settlement and Pre-emption and Homestead entry : Now therefore. He it known that on the Wednesday, the 18th day of October, A. D. 1871, the mid Sections of land described as follows, Vi*., Sections 1,3, 9, 11, 13. 15. 23. 25, 27, and 35, in Town-hip 26, North, Range 4. East. Sections 5,7, 9. 17, 19. 21, 29, k 33 in Township 27 North, Range 4 East, Sections 5,7, 9, 17, 19, 21, 29, 31, and 33 Township 28 North Hahge 4 East. Section 1, in Township 27 North, Range 3 East. Section 1,3, 5, 9. II 13 15, 23, 25 and 35, in Township 28 North. Range 3 E »st. All the odd numbered Sections in Townships 29 and 30 North, Range 3 East. Sections 5,7, 9, 17, 19, 21, 29,31, and 33, in Township 31 North, Range 3 East. Sections 1, 11, 13, and 25 in Township 31 North, Range 2 East. Sections 1,3, 9, 11, 13, 15, 21, 23, 25 and 35, in Township 32 North, Rmge 2 East. Sections 5,7, 9 17, 19, 21, 29, 31, and 33, in Towrnship 33 North, Range 2 East. Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, will be restored to settlement, pre-emption and homestead entry, on and after whi n h date said lands will be subject to settlementahd entry as aforesaid. JOHN S. FOLLANSBEE, Register. CHAS. McDonald Receiver. WILLIAM MAGEE, r. S. Deputy Surveyor, Also, having been appointed MINERAL SUR VEYOR for Shasta County, by J.R. Hardenbergh U. S. Surveyor General for California, is now pre pared to execute all Government Surveys, and Surveys of Mineral Lands, for parties who wish to apply for Patents. Ofisa at Shasta. ▲phi «th, 187fc CHAT.LE 3 A DANA. Editor. She gollae Weekly £uu. A Ncwtpnpcr ol tbe Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth* Inducing Fanners. Mechanics. Merchants, Pro fessional Men, Woikers. Tnlakers, and all Man ner of Honest Polks, and the Wirt?, Soas, and Daughter* of all such. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A FEAR I ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOR 959* Or le?s than On* Cent a Copy. Let there he a 850 Cith ai ##_ry Poet Cißcs. t>r>, ?3 A TEAR, •f the Pan# p,t2 an t general e'taraeter as THE WSKtT, •■JPt.rlfb a greater varlelf of misrel'aneous realms, a :d fisaishlngr the n-tre foitsentMerlhetawiih *r:e*’#f rp3#n*iese. beeanst. tleomes twice a wecaiasieoi of oar j oalf. TflS J/AILT 3« N, 93 A THAR* A preemincnMr r Th e newspaper, win the lor res e r«iis:l>n in Uij world. Free, lade pe’ia-ot. a *1 I ads * in »*o i»,e«. A 1 Ilia newt r*om t » pyehtfiv. *•# ren.s a sop/ ;t/ mail, &# cause * na.itti, nr «f| a pear. 7SHM3 TO CLXraa TRE COLLAR WEEKLY BfTW. Flee oee fear, »opara;«*T «r dressed. foil Duilanu Tea can#-, rue r*a-. f*n-<mf#v adressed (and au catracmo ijtM.fi.-rd> if-dno). El-'tu Dollars* T».*«r.ir o--- #er rrclr ad():r«sed (a a 4U *x.ra«jpy »o e»» ns of cine). Fitter* i)»l.a/S* T'ltr orH. r»« *#r»r. tnnne » iljw* (and sue y one je«- » > •—f**-r no o/elnh>. Dolours. Flflr copies, one 'cpiwm* » a ’draped (and iaj haiul-Wuiklyut.*><•:' --a n« o «*inn), T.nr:«*fi«t Dollar*. On# hundred |?a, roe tp,v ?> rue address (and ths Daily tor tae to *h- * tfe r • l ib/ Dwiltro. On# bv4r*t "v fur. ••wafrU ;,d -«•"* . 1 * > • tse L>a*ly loro e vp »t i.» .»»• -pf• as tp Jcloj), eisir Dsliarii t:is mutii. weekly run. Fite fosltt. *.# ycM.separa4.lv l.*sw Mwiiirs, lea cor k*, me Terr r#-mra 4 rir a (and aa extra copy to setter t.;> #.* -1 ,). tKte«t Dollars BEND Yor». rsO.TET haPo«t rh—■ «. nr di>w* r * TrW } orr, wherr«er r n».»tir if m ii..cre-ni#» tbe letter* aontaialiiS ..o ny. A idrea* * LW. EK r L ' r ?"l ijhf», 6aa olbce. .s*\, Vor* Clay. FOIL AND KSSFITAL TAX. "VTOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE ll 801 l and Hospital Taxes*, for the year 1871- 72. are due and payable on the first .Monday of March, and the statutes providing for their collec tion will be strictly enforced. Til 15 IMH.L TAX of Two Dollars, if paid prior to the first Monday of August, and Three Dollars on and after that date, is due from “each male inhabitant of the State, over twenty-one and under sixty years of age. and not hv law exempt.” THE P«:R CAPITA HOSPITAL TAX of this county is Two Dollars, and is due from 4 each male inhabitant of the State, over twenty-one and under sixty years of age, and not by law exempt.” The undersigned will call upon citizens, either at their resiliences or places of business, for the amount of the shove taxes. THOMAS GREENE, Collector. Shasta, April 3d, 1871. ap3 Saddle and Harness Shop! Uain Street, opposite Dunn’s Stables. JOHN FORSTER A ( 0., PROPRIETORS. 4 Ll, KINDS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, j\ Harness, and EVERYTHING belonging to the fra le kept on hand or manufactured to order. Repairing done with di-paich. Prices—low for t a-h. Call iii w tore you see the Panther or Cal ifornia Lieu over the door. [mlB.3m. APPLICATION POH A PA TEX I’ TO A HC.UiTZ MINING CLAIM. r.NfF.n States I.asd Office, Shasta, Cai..,September 3y, 1871. Woodpton Bangbart, Timothy Hall. Margaret Banghart, Horace W. Green. Robert Warfield, dimes D. Blair. Samuel Cooper, William E II piping William 15. Walker, Thomas Greene, William Jackson, ami airi-k Gillooley. an association ol person* having filed their application in this offi e for a Patent to a Mining Claim, and the law and instruct* .us in such cases provided, having been complied with. It is hereby ordered that the an nexed Notice of such Application be published for ninety days, in the Shasta Cockier, a Newspa per published nearest the location of said claim at Shasta, in Shasta i ounty. State of California. JNO. S. FOLLAN.-BEE, Register. NOTICE is hereby given, to whom it may con cern, that an application has been made by Wools!on Bangbard, Timothy Hall, Margaret Bangbart Horace W Green,Robert Warfield. James D. Blair, Samuel Cooper, William E. Hopping, William B. Walker, 1 homas Greene, William Jackson, and Patrick Gilluoley, an association of l*ers«»ns, to the Government of the United States, for a Patent to the following described Gold bear ing Quart/, Mining Claim, viz ; Known as the liangtiart A Co., Mining Claims situate*! at the head of Mad Mule Canyon #»n the West side of Whisky Creek ; in Bba.-ta county. State ol Cali fornia and not within the liim s of any organize*! Mining District, being bounded on all shies by unclaimed and unstirveyed Government land and more particularly descrilted a* follows to wit : On unsurveyed land, commencing, at a mound of rm-k on the ledge at the We t boundary of the claim running South 28° 30' Wc.-t variation 16° 46' E. 4. 00 chains to t e South West corner post of the claim fr**m thence, S. 60° E. 26. 50 chains to a post eflaMishe*! at an angle of the claim, From thence running S. 7V° lO. 40 chains to a corner post estahli-be l ou the 8. E. corner of the Claim From which corner P.*«t running North 13° E. 8. 20 chains, and the Walker A H >ppiu Tunnel on the i ast boundary of the claim bears West, 10 links distant from the line, 10. 00 chains to a corner pout established on the N E. corner of the claim. From thence running N. 70° W; 10* 2W chains to a corner post estahisbed at an angle of the claim from thence running N. 60° W. 24* 00 chains to a corner post establi.-hed on the N. W. corner of the claim From wbi*h corner post, runnings. 28° 30' W. 6. 00 chains to the Ruck M*»und on the ledge, the starting point of survey, all of the claim being in the district of lands subject to sale at Sba-to, California, and containing 41.55-100 acres, said claim being slill more particularly described in the diagram posted and filed with said applica tion. All persons holding any adverse claim thereto are hereby required to present the same before the Register and Receiver • f the United States lor Shasta Lan i District, at Shasta. California, within ninety day* from the first day of publishing and posting hereof. Dated September 30, 1871. WOOLSTON BANGHART, TI OTHY HALL, MARGARET BANGHART, HORACE W. GREEN, ROBERT WARFIELD, JAMES l>. BLAIR, SAMUEL COOPER, WILLIAM E. HOPPING. WILLIAM B. WALKER, THOMAS GREENE, WILLIAM JACKSON, PATRICK IX. GILLOOLY. .* Applicants. STAMPING Fob braiding and embroidery, sm different pattern,. All order, promptly filled V. - Htg. TODX3, »’ Mem itiMt, Shoots. r. h. McDonald & co., wiiomu* San Francis'© Cal., t 0 ,helr l4r ¥ e ««>r*neni or >twiy Arm ed isoocD, composed in rart of the following articles toother with evvrr thlnVkert in a well supplied WHOLESALE D«LU STORe! Ptmt'Enirrs.. 1 I rLD * ’ s I'nKPAHiTIOXS, In VSSSSSIrn Df:U«GIBTs’ SvSTDSZXa, IKLSSKS 6i SrPPOBTBR*, I SdAKKft HERB*. Essimtial Oils, I Pxsrr vkrieh, Keuosks* Oil, } Paints akd Oils, Which we offer at the lowest Cash Prices aad va determined not to be undersold. It. H. McDONALD A CO., Sat Fkauciko, r.at- FOR SALE OL R DRUG BUSINESS located in San Fran cisco. Cal. After our best wishes, and expressing our thanks for the liberal patornage we base re ceived for more than twenty-one year?, daring which period we have been steadily engaged in the Drug business in California, we beg to say in consequence of the rapid growth of Dr. Walker’s California Vinegar Bitters, now spread over the United States and countries far beyond, we are necessitated to devote our entire lime 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 to sell our large, prosperous, and well established busin ess on favorable terms. This is a rave opportunity for men with means of entering into a profitable business with advan tages never before *>ff» red. For particulars enquire of r. h. McDonald a co.. R. H. McDonald, ) Wholesale Druggists, J. C. Fprscbr. ) San Francisco, Cal. N. B. Until a sale is made we shall continue oar importations and keep a large stock of fresh goods constantly on hand, and sell at prices to defy com petition. a c?.ar H’Kcu nweuar Dr. WALaXiTj CALirOJtNIA VINEGAR BITTERS H inTre*iicf T;'o’i»ands Dear t ‘stiw or th••if Wonder ful Cnr live 1-Iffcer». s g i WHAT HUY? - i n C Vv/7v ■t■■ r • ‘ ■ c .«. • \* T- 5 ' 11 i 2 « Zt S THEY AHE NOT A VILE «g \ S = 1 FANCY DRINK. Pf ? Male*? Peer Vo m, ITVskfr* Mplrlla ’tpfi.e* l«i •«•**« docti r ii, epical aid iwu«t int.it> plecs: Hi * Ul«. c»i«l ** Tenlca, Appctii crp,” ** ft-**offers,” sc., 4 *t low) I e 4 pplcr on to drunkeua • <1 ralu, Lu4»r* nine Medicine,made from the Native Root# igilCevLeof California, fre* fru m ill AlctHtcle* s:iai»laHii* TLayarctlie GHf.tT *• !>*<•:• PUrillltlU ait A A ».!FE GIVKNO I !irM I PI t. a perfect Innovator and Invlgorutof oftiis r-y-t :n, c.vryiaf off all poisonous matter and #-*t >:ia r I'.c Vi >0.41» a•» alll y condition. No p ‘rsearan i% .• Wicae FiiAcrt w cordlag to (iiseo- Uon ar.d rer. «ln tong u. 11. IC6» wilt b • given f r a i !ocuruble cape, provided the bones a”’ not destroyed fry u.iuvrnl p »;«. a or other mc4n-,a :d the vital organs »■ fedb< yo»>d the point of repair. Far lul.mmniarjr *r>i Chrssic VUfsws lit'"* st:i G ,(H, P ss ’i>«: t or l:»i U 4 :io r»..u«wt Fevers, IMschm * * »’ tv.- liliH.ii, I.lvor, Ku!m »p,sm4 RU«4cr. these niitrt* Lave been mott success ful. >:ufc I*•«(•!*«« a arc caused I y Vitmtrd wh.cli Is generally produced by derangement of the H-vas-', «• .i in r*or* rr<*v, K^ad ache.lt.n In tbj fliMvildcrs, <»»;»••>«, Tig..*.*•• of alia Chest. IKzsiaci**, Sour F.-uc!:»4.oms of Vie F»li:r 1 1 ».• *>•?!», V Isons A'.f.o: v. a of the Hi* t, cf the ! n C’.Nahffl regions of the llldn ys and a l.uanr I »t! cr r«-o*'al s>Tnptor-a, a-'? the r n-« T ! f- a Tli y invigorate 4'«* s«'or.^r’» *• 1 stim.r.sie llwfor pidlivcroud bow**w t which ren t rf »;n f u eUhstyh cV* » *•( t e blood ef a 1 iniprrties. •»! latt ft ti ig new 14f.* a vj r>>r t > t’>c a h< 9 <* • IN |t|«S! T'.rupt >ik-,Te‘.a r, Rheum. Xlinwehcs. %poU, Va u;4' *. i « t iles, V- .Is. < *r baaclea, ISirtg-Worna, Scald-IWat.Fo#: I y ». X ydp. ala*. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations« f is*s f iiu, B ;:iM»ra and Diseases of the Skin, of wltalcvar nvns orraturc, are literally d j; up aulcarrle l out ofaic a«»v*m In a ahor» time by the swe of these Hitters. O o Nottlsln such caar# will eoaviacc the most iacredulocr of Bieir curative effect. Cleanse the Vltiafei Blood whenever you i .d Ua Imparities bursting Ibroogh the akin In Pimples, r.rnp tions or Soros cleanse it when you In 4 it elwtructel and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it whan it is f ml, and your feelings will toll you when. Kssp the blood pure and the health of the system will follow. PIN, TAPS and other WO ftM*, lurking in the system of so many thousands, sre effectually destroy ed an 1 r‘movsd. For full direction*, road carefully the circular sronnl each bottle, lnfourla nfnates— Garina i, Frcacl. a id Bps-.teh. J.WALSER, B. ff. !»cIW!C%LD A 00., Dmf»«‘4 and G»n. .• *ss Cal M end «and U C»>s* ri eo a*ro S.N. • Task. ' BY ALL DRUOGTS7B ASD DEALEBB. ONE DOOR BELOW THE POST OFFICE. Main Street Re* ttluff r| W. FICkERT TAKES THIS METH- I « od to inform the people of Tehama, and Sbarda counties that be keeps constantly on hand a large and well selected clock of BeddliiE. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Looking Gla»«t, Picture Frames, Oil Cloth. Hair Cloth. large assortment of Fane, Trimmings; also Moss, Puln, Excelsior and Eureka. a large assortment of DOORS and WINDOW BLIN DS, always on hand. I am ajrent for the CRANDALL PATENT SPRIXO BED, which combines Ocanlines: with Elasticity, and is confidently bcliered Superior to any other Spring Bed ever offered to the Public. It is Light, and can be moved by a single person with ease. It is Elastic, yet Firm where Firmness is re quired. which quality is obtained by additional strengthenings in the center. The Coils are in Couplets and Selt-Sopporting, thus dispensing with Twine, Cords, etc., and from their peculiar construction, cannot cripple down or get out of order. As these Spring Beds are Aired at pleasure, no Dust, Bugs or Vermin can find harborage in them. lam aiao Agent for the EDITED STATES SPRING BED. This bed is made entirely of Iron cannot get out of order—will last for generations without expense—is light, clean and easily hand led. and is vermin proof- It is perfectly elastic all over, adjusting itself to the form ol the sleeper, so 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 puton the mattress. W here feathers are used, a very thin nnder bed of cheap materi al require* Peasuns viaiting Red' Bluff are re quested to give me a call. «. w. nauT, SeißU; Fstk U, U7V MEDICAL. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. £\\\ vV'***v »V.vV, M gs» m » < > $ An Infallible m,<»on pmrriiß. poMtM ing rare xo-aec and icavnK proper! ire— a certain cure for nacivATiaß. ••tr, KEiRALCiA. and all kixidred Diaeaaes It completely restore* the system when Im paired by disease, revives the action of the Kin.VETS mmM coital SBCAm, radi cally cures sraorcjLA. salt skis. and all cbiptitk mmu Die* eases, gives immediate and permanent relief In DTsrcpsix aMYSieWAa, Tumors, Bella, Scald Head, Ulcers and Sores; eradi cates from the system all traces of Mercurial Disease. It is rcenv vccstablb, being made from an herb found indigenous in Cki;CmU, It i« therefore peculiarly suitable for use by FemaU-a and Children, as a BLOOD rvuu BltH ■»! DE VO WAV OH . Fer Sal* by all Druggiatt. (ICeiNCTON, HQ3TCTTCR aae. agents, OZO and 631 Market Street, Bin rrutiaso. ;in u tm 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 .-bort. will cure :.ll diseases whether of mind, body or estate, make men lire forever, and le;ive death to play for want of Tr«*rk, and is designed to make our sublunary sphere a blissful Paradise, to which H* aveu itself shall be hut a side sh >w. You have beard enough of that kind of humhuggery. But when 1 tell you that Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy will positively cure the worst cases of Catarrh in the Head. I only as ert that whi< h thousands ran testify to. I will pay SSUW Reward for a case that I camat cure. A pamphlet giving symptoms and other in formation sent free to anv address. Thisiomedy 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 counterfeits aud worthless imitations.. See that my private Stamp. which is a positive guarantee of Genuiaaoass, is upon the eutsidw wrapper. Remember that this privu*a Siam', issued hy the United States Government expressly for stamping «y medicines, ha.- my portrait, name and address, and the world's “U. S. Cer tificate of Genuineness,” engraved upon it. tad need not be mi*i»tk«n. Don't be swindled by travelers and others representing tham-elv** es I>r Sage; 1 ate the only teen im« living the* has the knowledge and to manufacture tie Gen uine Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kenedy, and 1 a«ver travel to sell this medicine. K. T. PIEBCV M » Jan. 22.] 133 Scucea street, Bud'ale, 3i . T. • J-, ' • ** • . ..... % 5-.-». * v-,-; . Coughs, Koarscaes*, Influeni Sore Throat, Colds, Whooping-Congh. Cffrl Liver Complaint. Krone hi in*, bsthma, Rivaling ef the Lungs, nod every affection of the Tht at, Lungs and Chest, are speedily and permanently cured by the use of Dr. Wistar's Saigas of Wild Ckerry. Th is well known preparation dot* net dry up m rough and Inarm the ranee behind, a« tv the rate with most inrdirenme. hut it looeeue and cleaners the Inuyn and alloys irritation, thus removing the canes sf the complaint, CONSUMPTION CAN BE CUBED by a timdy resort to this standard remedy, as ie proved by hundreds of testimonials received by the proprietors. None genuine unless signed 1,. Butts. Pet* W. Fovi.p. A Sow, Proprietors., Boston, Sold by Rbdiwotow, Hostetteb, A Ce. fc and by dealers generally. June 11, 1870. EVES! EVES! m DR. E. H. PARDEE, OCCUI.IST AND AURISTs AFTER a protracted blindness of more than fir*, years. Dr. Pardee has madehimself thoroughly and scientifically acquainted with all diseases of, the Eye, and is now practising with a success nek surpassed in the United States. All operations performed, such as strabismus, on cross eye, Cateract by linear extraction,Depression., or Absorption, Pterygium, or fleshy membrane growing over the eye, Reduction of Staphyloma, op bulging out of the eye. Artificial Pupil, Fistuln Lachry malis, 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 Urge assortment constantly on band for sale at reasonable prices. The Doctor’e Eye hath for the treatment and eon of atkaerrone disorders is used all over Ibis eoast. Thankful to those physicians who have sent him cases for operations, and hopes that hu universal su-cees will warrant a continuance ot their confi dence. His celebrity es an operator is eo-extensire with his success ; as patients are presenting th- m-. selves for treatment and operations from New York and Boston almost month!-. Many patients can be set.- at the Doctor’s ofhee daily, in different stages of recovery. Office: 7*7 CLAY STREET, opp< M the Plata, San Francisco. aylS No 11 o© I fIAKE BOTTOMED CHAIRS RESTORED BT the undersigned ; work to be left at lit. Yards’* he rail to Hop in She*a a a vumaaov