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SHASTA COURIER.
OBITUARY.
Death baa been very busy among oar
dear old people during the past winter, and
one by one We have noted their fall and
marked their silent passing away with feel
ings of sorrow and sadness. It is natural
to cling to these aged friends who stand as
living links connecting the busy present
with the dim and faded past. To part
with them is hard. This morning we have
to add to the mournful list of the gone but
not forgotten patriarchs, the venerated
name of our old friend and fellow citizen,
John Follansbee, Esq., who departed this
life after a brief illness among warm and
faithful friends at East Fairfield, Columbi
ana county, Ohio, on Monday afternoon.
The deceased, father of Gilbert Follansbee,
Esq., was universally known and esteemed
in this community, where for many years
he had resided lie was a warm hearted,
generous, Christian gentleman, beloved and
respected by all with whom he had either
social or business intercourse. He had
attained the ripe old age of four score years,
and possessed all his mental faculties up
‘to the hour of his death. His funeral will
proceed to the Cemetery this afternoon
from the Sandusky street, Allegheny,
•Baptist Church.—Pittsburg Gazette March
27th.
It is with sincere regret that we notice the
death of Mr. John Follanshee, father of Mr.
•Gilbert Follansbee, member of Council from
the Fourth ward. He died at East Fairfield,
'Columbiana county, Ohio, on Monday, the
25th inst., at the residence of his son, in the
eightieth yeat of his age. He was one of the
oldest residents of this county, and was the
father of eight children, all of whom are liv
ing and settled in various parts of the coun
try. He also leaves a wife to mourn his loss,
in the seventy-eighth year of h«*r age. lie
was greatly esteemed by all who knew him
as a most upright and courteous gentleman,
and a sincere Christian. lie was for about
twenty years a deacon in the Sandusky
straet Baptist Church, Allegheny. His body
will be brought to the city to day, and the
funeral will take place at this church this
afternoon at two and a half o’clock.—Pitts
burg Dispatch March 2".
Among the obituary notices in another
column will be found that of Mr. John
Follansbee, one of the oldest citizens of
this city and father of Gilbert Folansbec,
Esq., which event took place at East Fair
field, Ohio, on Monday afternoon. Mr. F.
was well known and respected by a large
portion of this community, and for many
years was a leading member of the San
dusky Street Baptist Church, to .which
■congregation he w>s farniliary known as
■“Father Follansbee.” His remains have
been brought to this city and will be in
terred this (Wednesday) afternoon from
the Sandusky Street Baptist Church. —
[Pittsburg Post March 27th.
Deceased was aged 80 years, a native of
Plaistow, New Hampshire, and served as a
a ddicr in the war of 1812, being a member
of the Eight Infantry company of Haver
hill, Mass. He was father of John S. Fol
lansbee, Esq. of Shasta.
Rev. Father Coleman will celebrate Mass
jn the Catholic Church, Shasta, next Sun
day.
Ur. It. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., in his
k mi Chronic Diseased, says in regard to
ihis Holden Medieal Discoverv. with which
■our readers lire familiar ; “From its won
■d'rful power over Consumption of the Lungs,
I had thought strongly of calling it my
Consumptive Cure ; hut from the fact that it
is a perfect specific for the soar throat and
hoarseness to which ministers and other pub
lie speakers and singers are subject, and also
for Bronchitis, and all severe Coughs, and is
an invaluable lemedv lordisease oftbe Liver,
.and also as a Blood Purifier. 1 decided not to
apply to it a name which might mislead and
firerent its use in other diseases for which it
as so admirably adapted.
“'lt will cure a cough in ime half the time
necessary to cure it with any i tier medicine,
snd it does it not by drying it up, but by re
enoviug the cause—subduing the irritation
and healing the affected parts.”
This valuable medicine is sold by all first
class druggists.
no km.
At Backer®, Mareh 31st, the wife of W. T.
Hiatt, of a Daughter.
At Jackson. Michigan, December 31, 1871, the
wife of H. A. Curtiss of a Sen,
Plantation Bitters.
8. T.—IBBO—X.
This wonderful 1 vegetable re
storative is the sheet anchor of
the feeble and debilitated. As a
tonic and cordial for the aged and
languid it has no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the
nervous weakness to which wo
men are especially subject, it is
superseding every othet stimu
lant In all climates, tropical,
temperate or frigid, it acts as a
specific in every species of disor
der which undermines the bodily
strength and breaks down the
animal spirits.
Beautiful Women!
HAGAN’S MAGNOLIA BALM gives to
the Complexion the Freshness o( Youth.
Haoax’s Magholia Balk overcomes the flash
ed appearance ceased by beat, fatigue and excite
ment. It makes the lady of forty appear bat
twenty, and so natural and perfect that no penon
can detect its application. By its ate the roughest
skin is made to rival the pare radiant textures of
youthful beauty. It removes redness, blotches,
aad pimples. It contains nothing that will injure
the skin in the least.
Maoitolia Balk is need by all fashionable ladle*
i* New York, London and Paris. It ooste only
7S cents per Bottle, aad is sold by all I’mgfists
aad Perfumers.
C. C. BUSH * CO’S. COLUMN.
FRESH
Arrival
AT
C. C. in & CD’S.
Cultivators,
Cast Cast Steel Plows,
MOLINE STAR PLOW,
BUCK’S COOK STOVKS,
BOX STuVES for Schooli or Office*,
PATENT AIR-TIGHT
COAL OIL or LUCINE CANS.
RAISINS, CITRON,
DRIED CURRANTS,
EXTRACT of LEMON
nod VANILLA,
BRANDY or CIDER
for Mince Pie*,
A Variety of the Stan
dard Soap Company’! make of SOAP, and
WASHING POWDERS.
SPERM CANDLES,
COAL OIL and LUCINE,
BACON, HAMS,
LARD and SHOULDERS,
Give us a call. You
will find everything in
our line and a great
many articles out of it,
and at the very lowest
Cash prices.
Mrs. kxley will give a mat party
on the evening of May lit, at the Charter
Oak Hall, to which her friends and tbe public
generally is incited.
Managers. —lf. E. Hopping, John V. Scott,
J. E. Cook, J. N. Chappell, W. H. Bickford,
Julius Loiter, George Hatch*
Ticks a—to Ball SI, 50. Supper will be pro
vided for all who wish it, at 50 cents each.
Ferry iVotice.
Notice ib hereby given that at
the next regular meeting of the Board of Su
pervisors I will apply for a license to keep a toll
ferry across tbe Sacramento river for ten years at
a point known as Ball’s Ferry.
W. W. BALL.
Shasta. March 16th, 1872.
DON’T SELL YOUR
WOOL
until you see us.
WE HAVE
200 000 Dollars
placed at our disposal to purchase
WOOL WITH.
wool, SACKS AND TWINE FOB SALE
AND DON’T BUY YOUR
GROCERIES
until you try us. We have a large assortment
selling very low.
C. C. BUSH A CO.
Shasta, March 13th.
Imperial Fire Insur
ance Company,
OF LONDON.
ESTABLISHED IN IS 03.
Capital Stock Subscribed, - fra.000.000.00
do. do. Paid up. -3. MM) 000,00
Total Cash Assets. - 0,212..VJ5,48
Increase
In assets, from January Ist to October .31st. IS7I
after paying all losses, including those at Chicago
$496,310,40
This Company’s business is devoted exclusively
to Fire Insurance, and it is the Only English Com
pany represented in America, doing a Fire In
surance business, wiih an ample Capital and large
accumulated funds not liable for Life or Marine
Losses.
Tbe prudent management, enormous income and
large resources of this Company, have enabled it
to survive the disasters of the past year, without
any extraordinary demand on the Home office, or
tbe levy of any assessment upon its Shareholders.
The business of the first ten months of 1871 shows
an increase of assets equal to a Half-Million dol
lars, which result it is safe to assume is without
a parallel among Companies doing an extended
agency business.
FALKNER, BELL A CO.,
General Agents for the Pacific Const.
D. WEIL A BRO., Agents, Shasta.
THE LEADING AMERICAN
FIRE IN J RANGE COMPANIES!
TRIED in he FIRE and Found Faithful.
T H K
t
OF HARTFORD AND NEW YORK.
Cash Capital and Assets Oct. Ist, 1871,
$6,479,861,63.
These sterling companies, after
paying every loss by the Chicago Conflngra
tion. will have remaining available Cash Assets Ex
ceeding Five Million Dollars ! We call the special
attention of the public to he fact that these Com
panies do a Fire Insurance business Exclusively ;
hence their Assets are pledged Solely to their Pat
rons As security against Loss By Fire, and are not
weakened and diminished by Marine, Inland and
Life liabilities, as is the case with Companies com
bining the several branches.
t'hose desiring Reliable Fire Insurance, at fair
rates, are invited to apply at the Offices of the
above Companies, Department for the Pacific
CoASt, 424 California St. San Francisco.
R. H. MAGILL. Manager.
SAM’L. COOPER, Agent. Shasta.
W~l3
OYSTERS. OYSTERS.
At tbe Hotel de France, Main St., Shasta*
CS. LEROY TAKES PLEASURE IN AN.
Bouncing to tbn {white and hit Irian .a that
be will make a Speciality of
Eastern Yrfrui planted Oysters.
Tbs finest Wines. Lbmra an i tXgan at the Bar.
Shasta, December (UK.
A 808 GOOSEBERRY AND CURRANT
t Beabaa from Haifa Mill, for aala at
k. OROTBPBND * 40*0.
CITV MARKET!
MAIN STREET, SHASTA,
PETEH HOFF, Proprietor.
st 2a.
The proprietor of this well
known Market respectfully inform the Public
that a good supply of th* best quality of
FRESH MEATS
can at all times be found at his establishment.
In addition to the usual supply of fresh BEEF
MUTTON, PORK and VEAL, he constantly
keeps on band an ample supply of
Corned Beef, Pickled Pork, Ba
con, Shoulders, and the finest
Hams to be found
anywhere.
Fresh Canned LARD for sale in quantities to
suit purchasers.
Prices to suit the Times.
Shasta, Jan. 1, 1871.
1849. J 1872.
The subscriber begs leave
to inform the citizens of Shasta County that
he has continued for the last 22 Years to per
form surgical operations ou old Boots and
Shoes by adding Feet, making good the
Legs, binding the Broken, healing the
Wounded. me r ding the Consti
tution and supporting the
Body with a new Sole.
HIS FINE CALF BOOTS WILL
be found as elastic as a California Politician’s
Conscience, and admirab y suited to those who
tread in the Paths of Rectitude. Their durability
is equal to Truth itself and they fit the Foot as
finely as Innocence does the face of Childhood.
W. A. SCOT^
Shasta, Cal. 39my.
NEW GOODS!
NEW GOODS!
—AT THE—
Shasta Dm? Store!
The undersigned, having just re
turoed from San Francisco, where he select
ed a large stock of
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
PERFUMERY.
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
Offers them at greatly reduced prices.
Traders supplied at the very lowest market rates.
NONE BUI PURE AND FRESH DRUGS
AND GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES
KEPT.
JS9~ Physician’s Prescriptions carefully com
pounded.
L. WELLENDORFF
(olS.tf.)
E. Volimtin©
—MANUFACTURER AND DEALER iN
TIN, SHEET IRON & COPPER W ..
AND ALSO,
HARDWARE
Iron, Bteel
PAINTS, OILS, SASH, GLASS,
Brushes, Varnish, Plows. Coal, Sporting and Gi
ant Powder. Fuse. Cordage, Stoves, including kr
celebrated Extension Buck Stove,
Mining and Agricultural Implement'
Ac., Ac.
MINING PIPE MADE TO ORDER.
Shasta, July 22, 1871.
JAMES F. SC AMMON,
is now prepare! to do a general
Wagon-making business. All
styles of Wagons and Buggies made to order on
short notice and none but the best material used.
I will also do all kiuds of Woodwork as hereto
fore.
Shop or West side of Main street. Shasta
in the Building formerly occupied by J. R
Gilbert. [f2o
ICO CITY HOTEL,
WARREN DUNHAM, Proprietor.
Having purchased this new hotel
the above named will hereafter conduct it an
a first clast bouse, and guanantees satisfaction
to ail who may f vor him with their patronage.—
THE TABLE
.ill always be supplied with the host to be had,
the Rooms and Beds will be kept clean, and non.
bnt the best Liquors and Cigars vi'* bo offered at
the Bar. (May 2«, 1871
I ASKBTS, received 50 dosen of fancy Market.
Picnie, School, Ladies Work and
•neb at reduced prices.
J. H- MVNASSE.
rANtoIBS AND NUTS, a large assortment of
fresh nn the most choicest Candies, alto
Cooonnk, WnllnnU, Filberts and Almond nnts
bar. jnit arrived at J. M HANASSES.
CJ H AWL? ! largest assortment ever brought
b.-. 7DRS !ft great verify. Hamburg
BMHBOIDHKY > OUK GOODS! a*
WTgl* BSf
WINTER ARRANGEMENTS.
Change of Route!
CALIFORNIA
COAST
Sl OREGON
LINE STAGE CO
Sanderson, .Parker & Co., {Proprietors.
DEPARTURE OF STAGES.
On and after April Ist, 1872,
■ jrAJK Stages will leave Shasta at 9 P. M
going South for the American Ranch, Cottonwood
and Red Blnff—there connecting with the Cars
fur San Francisco.
Stages leave Red Bluff going North at 9}
A. M. for Pit River, Dog Creek, Portugee Flat,
Soda Springs, Strawberry Valley, Bu teville, and
Yreka, » al.. and Jacksonville, Canyonville, Rose
burg, Oakland and Eugene—there connecting with
Railroad for Portland, Oregon.
SHASTA OFFICE--At the Empire Hotel.
JOHN CRADDOCK. Agent
M/T
LIVERY STABLE
...AND...
CORRAL.
w. hTdunn
Having pm* rased the stock bug
gies and fixtures comprising this old and well
known establishment, would respectfully inform
his friends and the traveling public that he an
always be found on band and ready to attend
promptly to everything demanded in his line of
business.
FINE CARRIAGES & BUGGIES,
and safe driving teams to let at the most
reasonable rates. Excellent Sad
die Horses always on band
for the accommodation
of the Public.
He would also call the attention of TEAMSTERS
to his commodious CORRAL and superior accom
modations.
HAY BARLEY AND OATS
constantly on hand at terms to suit the times.
There is attached to the establishment a
BOARDING HOUSE,
Where Families and others can obtain excellent
accommodations.
Main Street, Shasta.
June 19th. 1869. Jl9
A, DOBROWSKY,
Jeweier and Watchmaker,
Main Street Shasta,
Keeps constantly on hand a fine
assortment of
Jewelry, Watches, Clocks & Silver
ware !
AH kinds of Jewelry made to order. Diamonds
and other Gems reset in the latest style, and Hair
.Jewelry mounted in 18 karat gold. Watches
anJ Clocks repaired, and all work done or good*
sold, warranted.
tt mm E
WILSON AND BUCKEYE
SHUTTLE
Sewing Machines.
Wonderful achievements of Inventive
Genius, and Mechanical Skill! Unrivaled
for Simplicity. Durability and Beauty !
Stitch Alike on Both Sides.
Having received the Agency for these Machines
the undersigned is prepared to take orders for the
same.
No. 1 Wills- n Sewing Machine $50.00
Buckeye Hand Sewing Machine $25.00,
Table and Treadle for Buckeye Machine....sl2.oo,
Specimen Machine on exhibition.
.HDERSFOR
o
Rifles, Shotguns and Pistols
pr.»mpriy attended to.
kinds of repairs on Guns, Matb»mat
ical, Optical, and Surgical Instruments, Sewing
Machines. Faucets. Steam Valves. Ac., nearly ex
ecuted E. DOBROWSKY.
GREENE S HOTEL.
II
After this date will be under
the management and control of
MRS. H. L. GREENE
who will alwavs he pleased to see friends and pat
rons of the H‘*nse.
Shasta, Oct. 1, 1870.
Important to Preemption Settlers.
The amended plat of Township 26 North Range
AW*st has this day been filed in the Land Odice
at SEnsta. Settlers on Sections 5. 6. 7. 8, 9. 17.
18, 19. 20. 21. 29. and 30 and W $ and S E * of
Section 4. W i and SE 1 Section 16. W J and
N E J »f 28 are hereby n--tiffed to file their De
claratory Statements within three months from this
date. Otherwise their elaims will be deemed for
feited.
JOHN S FOLLANSBEE. Register.
CHARLES MrDONALD. Receiver.
U. A Lend Office, Sba«u, Dee: loth, 1871:
i\ew Arrangement
LIVERY & FEED STABLE
MAIN STREET, SHASTA.
Having purchased thb srock, flf
turcs, and business stand btrefufor* owned
by Grant I. Taggart, the undersigned respect
fully informs his friends and the pot lie general!}
that be will hereafter carry on a regular
Feed and .Livery: Establishment
at the old stand, and guarrantees satisfaction to
all who may favor him with their patronage.
Persons desiring the ofre of
FINK BUGGIES OR CARRIAGES, AND QBN
TLE AND SAFK^
American Horses
can always be accommodated. Good Saddle
Houses constantly ready for service.
A good Supply of
Hay and Barley
will be kept on band, and horses boarded and
well taken care of at the most reasonable rato».~-
JOHN CRADDOCK.
Shasta, Sept. I*6, 187*0.
EXCELSIOR SHAVING SALOON AND
BATHOUSE.
Wm. P. HART Via.\\ Proprietor.
Main Street, Shasta, next door to Orote/end A Co
Warm, Cold, and Shower Baths I
TUB ATTI WTiON OF THE PUBLIC IS Kit
spectfuily c.iied lo the following prices:
Warm Maths— 3 for $l.OO.
Strbwcr Maths—s fur $l,OO.
Shampooing—!isc.
Hair Cutting—SOc.
The patronage of the public respect r ully soli*,
■tod. [May 14th. tf.]
PIONEER SHOP.
WE ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS
ot Wagon work in a manner tbs: cannet
fail to give satisfaction to all customers.
Particu ar attention paid to
llorsoshoeingr.
Repairing of alt kinds done in a neat and suhstaa
tial manner. IRON RAILING made to order.
SAMUEL ISAACKB-,
DANIEL LYNCH
oo
DEALER.,
Plre-Proef Brick Building, Callaghan’!
Block,
Shasta,
RESPECTFULLY informs the
citizens of Shasta, and the Traders,
Tcamfters and Packers of the North
ern counties, that he has always on
hand and for sale an extensive stock of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
GnOCBRIBS
And PROVISIONS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Which he is dfeteftnined to sell so low as te
Defy Competition*
DANIEL LYNCH.
Shasta, May 28, 1864.
(established in 1&52.)
E. LEW IN & CO.,
Importers of Watches and man
ufacturers of Jewelry !
THE PIONEER ESTABLISHMENT OF NOR
THERN CALIFORNIA 1
(At their old stand in Shasta, Eagle Hotel build
in.'. In San Francisco, 649 Sacramento street.)
WE KEEP ALWAYS ON
hand a good assortment of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
Foreign and American ;
Diamonds,
Silverware, of San Francisco make,
Chains,
Jewelry, Imported A our own manufacture
which we intend to sell at very low rates to suit
the times.
Repairing of Watcbcs and Jewelry done in a
v . a manner and at reasonable prices.
ew Jewelry and Diamond work o
latest fashion are taken here and executed with
dispatch In our manufactory at San Francisco un
der the supervision of Mr. BAEIIR.
Gold Dust nd County Warrants
bought and highest market rates paid thereto
nr27n37.
G C. SCHROTER.
Saddle and Harness Maker,
Charter Oak Building, Main street.
RESP CTFULLY INFORMS
the Public that he has an extca£
sive stock of
Saddlery, Harness*
and SADDLERY HARDWARE
On band, which h« will dispou of at
Reduced Prices!
He requests those in want of GOODS in his
line to call and examine his stock before pnrobu
elsewhere, as bis Goods are far SUPERIOR to
any ever before brought to Shuts.
R. epalrlng,
CARRIAGE TRIMMING, Ac., done to order eg
the most rente* able terms, sod in the best man
ner.
ALSO. AGENT FOR KLOTZ’ LOli*
her. ready drpfp-d. Door and window f iwen».
window hlr ds, Ar.
s Jure Tv* ISfIP

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