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BEOBIPTB FOS BUBBOKIPTIOI TO m inon im. Hat. W. H. Barber, (paper not Inez, N. T,) 46 00 C. W. Darker. Exprew Reach. One*. 4 00 George, (paper Mat Soaapee, S. H_) 6 00 Wbo “Buck Pom it rot” la.— lt may be a grati fying. Item of information to many who hare read the productioni of Mark M. Pomeroy, of the La Croste (Wisconsin) Democrat, to know more of the indiridnai wbo writes orer the above nom de plume. He Is one of tbe “ distinguished men” - wbo bare taken pleasure in reviling President Lincoln ever since bis martyrdom, and who de lights In making disrespectful and fiendish allu sion to the heroes who vanquished his “ Demo cratic” compatriots of the South, while doing their best to destroy the Union. Pomeroy is a good “Democrat" now; what be was a few years ago is related in the following brief biogra phy by an old acqnaintance, which we find in the Sonora Herald of September Bth :—“ He ob tained a loan of some S7OO from the School Fund of Madison, Wis., and as security gave a mortgage on certain property, with the usual rate of interest. The mortgage run out some time during the year 1864, but “Brick,” like others of his creed, tried to get on! of redeeming bis mortgage. He was notified several times to make his appearance at the office of the Com missioner of School and University Lands, at Madison, and pay up. bnt “ Brick” never came. The Commissioner got tired at last of waiting for him, and ordered ei-Atlorney General Smith to commence suit against him. The summons was made out and sent to the Sheriff of La Crosse county for execution, and returned to the Attorney General again, “Brick” thinking he had better save costs of suit, and pay the mort age-” Exploded. —Vt hen the Northern Teamsters' Association was inaugurated last Spring, many far-seeing and shr<-wd business men throughout the Northern counties predicted that it would not live the year out. It has exploded, and we are induced to believe that many of its late members have reason to rejoice at the fact. The Red Bluff Independent has a lengthy article rela tive to the Association, and the evils which grew into existence with its workings, which closes in the following language : “What lii the consequence of the mob lew inaugu rated here In June? Bieklynn people curne Red Bluff worse than negroes do Fort Pillow. If any sort-of a road could be made from Chico to Vreka they never would alilp another pound of freight through our town. If we were the shipping jiarty, we could afford to pick the quarrel; hut we are dependent upon the shippers and should do all we can to accomodate them. As it Is. we find has almost, come to a stand still in Red Buff. There is not a merchant in town whose books do not show a falling off of twenty-live per cent, in bus iness for July ami August of this year from the same periisl of last year. Examine the shipments of last year of freght to Siskiyou county during the months of May. June. July and August, for this year, and then for the same months last year. If the steamboat agent will show you his hooks ) and yon will have no difficulty in ascer taining the cause. It is yet a matter of doubt whether we will ever have another Teamsters’ Association, (lod forbid that we sh uld ever again have one that will go outside the pule of iaw to carry its ends. We never refuse to assist hard-working men to maintain their rights, so long as they do not tram ple upon the rights of others. We believe in the *• great est good to the greatest number” am) justice to ail men.” Has Fraxcisco Liitteh. —The favor of our San Francisco correspondent did not reach us until tbe JocRSALof last week was printed, and as much of it was in relation to the late ci ty election, the result of which our readers already know, we shall omit publishing it. In reference to the Union mass as semblage at the Metropolitan Theater, which was addressed by Nye, Stewart and Ashley, ‘•Elina” says:—'“They de nounced the policy of Johnson, and spike encouragingly of the steadfast loyaltv of Congress. The speakers were enthu siastically rccc'lvi'd' and at the close three cheers were given for Congress and (Irani, who Governor Nye says is not a • my policy ’ man hy any means.” He further wrote in regard to ■•Spiritualism and church going people”:—There is great excitement here among the thinking classes ami not a little said in (lie papers about tire Philosophy which courts hives ligation ami baffles exposition. What set the people think ing more than anything else was that a short time ago Rev. Dr. Oieeny came out and from the pulpit announced his he lief ihat departed spirits did come back to earth, and could make themselves main test under certain conditions and cir cumstances. There are many mediums in this city [strangle them, quick !] and regular lectures given which rouse tiie soul from the old rth.ilox lethargy, and awaken a spirit ol inqniiy which will certainly demonstrate whether there is any truth in the doctrine, or whether as the clergy almost nnanimonsly tell us. it all proceeds from the devil. There is a gieat lark of intcro-t manifested hy the church-going class es and the clergy are endeavoring by all the eloquence they piwsess to tiring' about a change. According In their Ideas the people are all going to that undiscovered country which Is reached by the - broad ” path. Plain Talk.—-There was another display of vulgarity, lying and sacrilege at the Salt Lake Tabernacle lust Sunday, says the Vedette of Au gust 22d. The Scotch Terrier harked, and a Mormon preacher pave a description of the dis reputable houses in Glasgow where he spent his youthful days. We happened to know that the gentleman whom he assailed never was in Glas gow, but was born in Canada of Scotch parents. Oh l' for a Hogarth to picture the wretched cur when he flapped up his coat-tails and sniffed at the audience. We will venture tbe assertion that there is not in this community one who is as universally despised by Gentiles and Mormons as this lying whelp. Hollowat’s Ointment. —A Void rmo* the Wilbeiisess Ahtau. tumnri, Kmfulnut and glandular mUingi.—Living stons. the grsat AfHcan t reveler, relate* that he wss quite at | much startled at the eight of a pot of Holloway’s Ointment In the Interior of Africa as was Robinson Crusoe at the print of a naked foot in the sand. On inquiry he discovered it was in common use. and that the Portuguese traders kept up the supply. He met with it frequently afterward*, and found it highly beneficial for the cure of scrofulous humors, glandu ar .welling., and the numerous other skin disease, which af fl"t the nomadic tribe, pf those and and interminable wUds K-md the advertisement. Recently Rev. Henry Ward Beecher and the | editor of Ibe New York Independent met on a j Brooklyn ferry boat, when the following collo ouy ensued Mr. Beecher—“ Theodore, you and I are even.” Mr. Tilton—“ How so Mr. Beecher?” Mr. Beecher—“ Your Congress has adjourned and my President has flattened out. Health, Time, and Money are economized by the use of a They are unHfcitedln their cecity and unex celled in the fxcel/nce. TfcTment of Embrotd ering—which thd» iaWWUies alone posess. and which style of trimmingnow so popular ren ders them par excellence. the most desirable of anj io use. .£ Served Him Rio»t.— An em-aged husband publicly horsewhirfed a traveling photographer at Plymouth, Ma* t a short time since, for dis tributing photoglyphs of his wife, which has been djsfigured by the addition of whiskers and mus taches. The artist went to law and was com forted to the extent of six cents damages. Andrew Johnson, says the Oregonian, is the first American, since the formation of the Con stitution, who has dared familiarize the minds of the people Vith tyranny, by hinting at the possibility of his Constitutional office being turned into a military dictatorship. Is it not a little remarkable that while John son was making the trip from Washington to Chicago, ostensibly to do honor to the memory of Douglas, he did not say a word abont, or make the most distant allusion to the object of his visit7 —American Flag. Tbb President’s Sommer residence in Wash ington I* called the “Soldiers’ Home.” The Sonora Herald suggests that while Johnson occu pies it, it should be termed the “ Home of the Inebriate.’’ What a Writch. —The hoop-ekirt peddler in low* who so nicely fitted the article to the fair forms of her customers, turned but a masculine in female apparel I jtymal gtoti m. Th• Credential* 0f m rhtlmmthr*ptt*— When t constable's authority Is disputed, be produces his staff; when a doctor’s skill is questioned he tails back upon bis diploma; when a great public benetsetor is assailed by the Jealous and the enrious, be points to what he has dona, and bids bis deeds ■peak for him. This has always been the course of Professor Holloway; he left his reputation in the hands of the commu nity. and they hare drowned the soUn voce muttering* of de traction with their spontaneous applause. During the twen ty years that his famous remedies hare been before the world thousands of medical bubbles hare expanded and exploded.— His Pills and Ointment, on the other hand, bare tired down incredulity and shamed prejudice. Raised from their beds of suffering, rescued from the brink of the grsre. convalescent millions hare poured forth in all languages their gratelnl thanks tor health, restored by the agency of his medicine*. Science has never originated a practical system more perfect in its conception, more simple in its means, or more powerful in Its operation than Holl >wat’B Armed with his remedies, the traveler may make the tonr of the world with less perii to life than if he dwelt at home without them. There are thousands of families in this country who would deem it un safe to use any other remedies, and who keep a supply both of the Pills and Ointment constantly on hand. Snch nndoubt ing and universal confidence must have a practical and sure foundation.— St. Louis Republican. Ayer’* Pills.— Are yon sick, feeble and complaining ? Are yon out of order, with your system deranged, and your feelings uncomfortable ? These symptoms are often the pre lude to serious Illness. Some fit of sickness is creeping upon yon. and should be averted by a timely use of the right rem edy. Take Ayer’s Pills, and cleanse out the disordered hu mors—purify the blood, and let the fluids move on unobstruc ted in health again. They stimulate the functions of the bo dy into vigorous activity, purify the system from the obstruc tions which make disease. A cold settles somewhere in the body, and deranges its natural functions. These, if not re lieved. react upon themselves and the surrounding organs, producing general aggravation, suffering and derangement While in this condition, take Ayer’s Pills, and see how di rectly they restore the natural action of the system, and with it the buoyant feeling of health again. What is true and so . apparent in this trivial and common complaint is also true in many-of the deep-seated and dangerous distempers. The same purgative effect expels them. Canted by similar olwtructions 1 and derangements of the natural functions of the body, they arc rapidly and many of them surely cured by the self-same means. None who know the virtue of these Pills will neg j lect to employ them when suffering from tligsdlsoiders they cure, such as Headache. Foul Stomach. Dysentery. Bilious Complaints. Indigestion. Derangement of the Liver. Cnstive ness. Constipation. Heartburn. Rheumatism, Dropsy, Worms and Suppression, when taken in large doses. They are Sugar-Coated, so that the most sensitive can take them easily, and they are surely the best purgative medicine yet discovered. A yetr f m Ague Care, fhr the speedy and certain cure of Intermittent Fever, or Chills and FVver, Remittent lever. Chill Fever. Dumb Ague, Peri odical Headache or Bilious Headache, and Bilious Fevers ; indeed, for the whole class of diseases originating in biliary derangement , caused by the. malaria of miasmatic countries. This remedy has rarely failed to cure the severest cases of Chills and Fever, and it has this great advantage over other Ague medicines, that it subdues the complaint without injury to the patient. It contains no quinine or other deleterious substance, nor does it produce quinism or any injurious effect whatever. Shaking brothers of the army and the west, try it and you will endorse these assertions. Prepared by J. C. AYER A Co., Lowell, Muss., and sold by M. OBEKDEENER. Weaverville. CRANE ft BRIGHAM and K. 11. MCDONALD ft Co., San Francisco. 34:t027. ffS* The best Remedy for Purifying; the Blcsml, Strengthening the Nerves, Restoring the Lost Appe tite, is Frese’s Hamburg Tea. It is the best preservative against almost any sickness, if used timely. Composed of herbs only, it can be given safe ly to infants. Full directions in English. French, Spanish and German, with every package, TRY IT! For sale at all the wholesale and retail drugstores and gro ceries. EMIL FRKSE. Wholesale Druggist, Sole Agent, 410 Clay street, 26, ly. Sa.v Frahcisco. t3n Hope for the Afflicted.— l* another part of this paper will be found the advertisement of the celebrated Institute established by Dr. J. C. Young, in 1860. In thisage of deceit and charlatanism it is a boon to the suffering to point out tothein where they are sure of obtaining the wish ed for relief and cure. Under the care of the skillful Doctor the sick and troubled can divest themselves of their burdens of pain and shame, lay aside their cross, and secure health and happiness. If you arc sick or in trouble, do not hesi tate. Read the advertisement and follow the advice. Do not forget the number nor the manner of directing your letter. CONSULTATION OFFICE, 540 Washington street. San Fran cisco. 44.3m.5n. If MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, an Essay of Warning and Instrnction for Young Men. Also, Disea ses and Abuses whiefi prostrate the Vital Powers, with sure means of relief. Sent free of charge in sealed letter envelopes. Address Da. J. SKILLIN' HOUGHTON. Howard Association. Philadelphia. Pa. 26.1 y. CALIFORNIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY! 33£?--=S THE STEAMER VICTOR!. C. P. PAGE, ... MASTER, Will leave Red Bind tor Sacramento every TUESDAY! AT 6 O’CLOCK, A. M., And leave Sacramento for Red Bluff every SATURDAY! PASSAGE, TEN DOLLAES. Ay For freight or pawage apply on board, or to J B. ANDRUS, Agent. Red Bluff, December 13, 1865. 40.td. W. J. TINNIN,] - [JOHN W. OWENS. Tinnin & Owens, WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALERS IS GROCERIES, LIQUORS AND PROVISIONS, CROCKERY-WARE, HARDWARE, IRON. STEEL, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, WINDOW GLASS, WALL PAPER, QUICK SILVER, BAR-ROOM, PARLOR AND COOKING STOVES, TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE Fire • Proof Building, Main Street. Weaverville, Jan. 1, 1863. l.td. E. S. CROCKER & CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS, FOOLSCAP, LEGAL, Letter and Note Papers, WRITING FLUIDS AND INKS, POST OFFICE and LEGAL ENVELOPES,- MEMORANDUM and TIME BOOKS, CARD STOCK, Etc., and everything in the STATIONERY line, AT SAN FRASCIBCO PRICKS. blank books manufactured Steam Printing Ettakluhment, ta and 44 J street, 30:3m: is. SACRAMENTO. IfllfjliißS. A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES A indebted to the undersigned are requested to settle their accounts before the FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, next, and from this date all accounts contracted with me must be settled monthly.^ Douglas City, S*pt. I, 18««. 34:10 ' BARGAINS! I Karsky & Co., MAIN BT, (ADJOINING THE DRUG STORK,) HAVE RECEIVED AN EIE6ANT STOCK OF SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, COMPRISING NEW STYLES DRESS GOODS, Art DBT-600DS, CLOTHIHU, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Cloths and* Cassimeres, Boys’ Clothing, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, PAPER HANGINGS, —and the beat assortment of— GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS to be found in the mountains. DQP" All we ask is that the public will Examine and Price our Goods before purchasing. Weaverrille, April 25, 18CG. 16. t0. w CP CJ. so H ns-f PERFECT FITTING SHIRTS I -FOR SALE BY ALL RESPECTABLE DEALERS MEN S WEAR. ASK FOR “WARD’S,” TAKE NO OTHERS! that the above Trade-Mark IS STAMPED QN THE IOZE.-^a ALSO, WARD’S INDIA RUBBER ENAMELED PAPER COLLARS! FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Wholesale and Retail, AT Patti’s fliiil § tort! 338 Montgomery Si, SAN FRANCISCO. * —36:11:261. 11. Lang, —■WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN— Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Clothing, Hardware, Crockery, Cigars and Tobacco, —AND— MISERS’ MERCHANDIZE, Exclusively for Cash! AXD AT CASH PRICES! COMSTOCK & MARTIN’S BUILDING, MAIN street, WKATERVILLE. Goods Delivered Free of Charge! Weaverrille, July 8, 1864. 26.2. WE~1)0 not wish Our Terms MISUNDERSTOOD! After THIRTY DAYS no more CREDIT ! JACKSON *. USBDLK. Junction City, Ang. 21, 1866. 38:tf. nrsuiiE n the unoi \ «P%. IWallf i*odpe y ST* #*J •*■*•'■*•“"2?? their regnlar communications at Masonic Hall. Wearenrllle, on the last Monday of each month. Hour " x o’clock, p. m. JOHN C. BURCH, W. M. A. J. LOOMlS,'Secretary. «7tB - Trim tip Chmptrr , J%T*, 19, Mopml Jirth Mm meet on the second and fourth Tuesday in each month, at the Masonic Hall, Wearerrille. • 47v8 A. J. LOOMIS, Secretary. Stmr JLodpe, JW. 61, #• #• #• holds ita.regular meeting at Odd Fellows’ Hall. Wearerrille, on Thursday evening at 7*4 o’clock. Members of the Order from abroad are cordially invited to attend. CHAMP. W. SMITH, N. 0. FRANK V. YOUNG. R.B. 47t8 Htellm JEmemmpment, *\V. 19, M» #• •• Fh meet* on the evenings of the first sn<ktbird Tnesday of each month, at Odd Fellows’ Hall. Wearerrille. at 7 o’clock. Pa triarchs from abroad are invited to visit us. D. E. GORDON, C. P. W. H. BACHELDER. Scribe. 47t8. r«- Comet JLodgre, -Vts. B*, I, #. •. F., Trinity Center, holds its regnlar meetings on Satnrdav evening, at Odd Fellows’ Hall. GEO. LOWREY, N. O. 0. W. TOLLY. R. 8. 47vS. Good Templars.— ITV/tr er Lo4pe, 183, meets at its Hall. Main street, every Saturday evening at 7*4 o’clock Members of the order in good standing are cordial ly invited to visit us. E. CORNELL, W. C. T. C. W. Craig, W. S. 37.t0. The Germmm Hoepital Hod tty of Trinity county holds its regular Quarterly meetings at the Hospital biiildtngon the first Sunday iu March. June. September and December. # H. OVERMOHLE, 47 v 8 Secretary. »», Tht Jftmimn Brothtrhood of Trinity comity nicety at the Hail of the Paint Patrick Benevolent Society, Weiverviilc, EVERY SUNDAY. MICHAEL MULLIGAN. Center. Micq’t Cau.uiw. Secretary. 2D.to. NEW GOODS! A Splendid Stock of New SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING —— AND Furnishing Goods! —JUST OPENED AT Balch’s NEW AND CHEAP CLOTHING EMPORIUM!! CONSISTING OF FINE DRESS SUITS, Business Suits, LIKEN CLOTHING, Boots, Hals, Caps, Under Shirts, Drawers, Socks, etc. ssr i intend to sell goods at Smnll Profits, nnd respectfully invite those intending to pur chase to call and examine my stock, ODD FEL LOWS’ Building, Main street. J, R. BALCH. Weavcrville, April 25, 18G6. 40.t0. It A XTZAU & STI AW, (Successors to Hinchman&Co.,) FORWARDING COMMISSION MERCHANTS! RED BLUFF, CAL. rn WE INVITE THE AT tention of Shippers to our New, Fire-Proof COBBLE - STONE WAREHOUSE, Being the most commodious and thoroughly safe Storehouse in Northern California. Having pur chased of Ilinchraan & Co. their business, nnd received the personal assurance (from the prin cipal shippers with the old firm) of a continu ance of their favors with us, we will by prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to our care, merit your approval and good will. Red Bluff, March 2C, 18G6. 12.t0. i. ’ A. T. CORBUS & BRO., Indian Greek, Trinity Co., -DEALERS IN LIQUORS, CLOTHING, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Tobacco, Crockery China Goods, Etc., Cheap for Cash ! ta. Goods delivered at Purchasers’ resi dence, A share of public patronage solicited. A. T. CORBUS & BRO. Indian Creek, June 5,186 G. 22.tf. NOTICE TO THE PUBUC. Having purchased the blacksmith ing stand lately carried on by Geo. R. Mil ieu. together with all the stock and fixtures, I am prepared to do every variety of work in the BLACKSMiTHING line, in a prompt ami credit able manner, and at the lowest living rates. WAGON IRONING, HORSE nnd MULE SHOEING, done at short notice. A share of public patronage solicited. GEORGE HULME. Weaverville, Sept. 5, 18GG. 35;lo. Removal! HENRY MOCKER HAS REMOVED TO THI Eder Brick Building, WEST SIDE MAIN STREET, Where he will be happy to see his friends and customers. Always on hand a choice assortment of WINES, LIQUORS, GROCERIES, Native California Wine* and Brandle*, 41. IN PARTICULAR. tO, Volf”obTrdeenerT DEALER IS CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Fruits, Nuts, Pipes, CONFECTIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Etc., MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE, 19. (Brrwniv jmr tore hotel and magnolia.l to. JOSEPH CRAIG, GUNSMITH! Adjoining Mountain Market, Court Street. RIFLES AND SHOT GUNS Made to order, and all kinds of repairing done at rfhort notice and low rates. Wearerrille, Dec. 1,1883. Spring ami Summer ANNOUNCEMENT! NEW GOODS! HI Bl TAKE PLEASURE IK AX nonncing to the LADIES and GENTLEMEN of Trinity conn ty, and “young folks” as well, il that they are now receiving a large and carefully selected stock of Spring: and Summer CLOTHING! Boots and Shoes, SLIPPEES, GAITEES, Oil-Cloths, Wall Paper, Etc., which we intend to sell as Cheap as the Cheapest I Call and examine our Goods and prices, and Satisfy yourselves. M. WILLIAMS & CO. Weaverville, April 20, 1868. 52.10. A. MARTIN, Big Flat, - Trinity River, AND MARTINVILLE, (Neir Bvrxt JUxcn,) dealer la Dry Groods, GROCERIES, LIQUORS, PEOVISIONS, OEOOZEET, MINING TOOLS, and General Mercliantlise ! GOODS SOLO AS 86?" Cheap as the Cheapest, for Cash, “®a AND WITHOUT CHARGE Delivered at Purchaser’s Residence. 86P“.Just received, an invoice of HENRY’S REPEATING RIFLES—a useful weapon for bor der settlers —and for sale cheap. Bis Flat, Sept. 23. 1865. 37. ti MECKEL & BROTHER, Dealers In miners’ Merchandize, NORTH FORK, TRINITY 00., HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND, GEOOEEIES, PROVISIONS! LIQUORS, CLOTHING —AND— Mining TJtensils ! Together with every article of merchandize needed in a raining district. CASH TERMS, ON DELIVERY! a^L,Goods delivered at purchaser’s residence FREE OF CHARGE. March 17, 1863. 48.td. THE LATEST STYLE O F HATS AND CAPS H MAY BF, HAD AT ALL TIMES OF POIRIER & LANSING, 37 .T STREET, SACRAMENTO. ALSO. A PINE ASSORTMENT OP PURS Ladies’ and Childrens’ Wear, The highest price paid for SHIPPING FURS of good quality by POIRIER & LANSING, (Lamott’s old Stand.) Sacramento, December 23, 1865. 51.1 y. ALEX. HEALEY, MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE, (adjoining .Miners’ Hotel,) DEALER W HAVANA CIGARS and Tobacco, fksrS every one of which are warranted. 00NFE0TI0NEET, ;lf Groceries, Wines, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. FRESTI EGOS always on hand. Weaverville, July 1, 1866. 25.t0. E. L. STRAUSS, (Successor to Wm. Baehr.) Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler, MAIN STREET, ADJOINING TELEGRAPH OFFICE. J HAS CONSTANTLY OX HAND a select stock of CLOCKS, WATCHES ! JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, Silver Ware. Quartz Jewelry, Etc. Repairing of all kinds done at short notice and moderate pri ces. Give me a call. E. L. STRAUSS. Weaverville, July 15, 1865. 27.t0. GREENHQOD & NEWBAUER’S Express I CONNECTING AT SHASTA WITH WELLS. FARGO & CO. ELLS, FARGO A CO.’I EICHASOE foa SALE ON ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE United States and Canada. Weaverville. Dec. I. 1863. 18.td. 300 BUSHELS LIME AND 50,000 Shingles for Sale. Apply to the undersigned, head quarters at Major Howland * Carpenter Shop Center street. M. BABTOLBTX. Weaterrille, August 10, 180* 31:3i. MDOGTON * CO.’S COLUMN. redington & CO.’S Essence of Jamaica Ginger! <^_i _ D . va,nab,e preparation, containing in a highly concentrated form all the properties of the Jamaica Ginger, hag become one of the most popular domestic remedies for all diseases of the stomach and digestive organs. As a tonic, it will be found invaluable to all persons recovering from debility, whether pro duced by fever or otherwise, for whilst it imparts to the system all the glow and vigor thet can be produced by wine or brandy, it is entirely free from the reactionary efforts that follow the use of spirits of any kind. It is also an excellent remedy for females who suffer from difficult menstruation, giving almost immediate relief to the spasms that so frequent ly accompany that peried. It gives immediate relief to Nausea, caused by riding in a railroad car, or by sea-sickness, or other causes. It is also valuable as an external application for Gout,Rheumatism,Neuralgia,etc. mn it f.v« ru.v k cm.. Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast. STOP THAT JfllWG! SOME OF YOU CAN’T. AND WE PITT YOU. YOU have tried every remedy but the ON’E de.fired. by it. intrinsic merit, to supersede all similar preparations. It is not surprising you should be reluctant to try something else after the many experiments you hare made of trashy com pounds foist edon the public as a certain cure; but NEWELL’S PULMONARY SYRUP I is rcallv the TEKY BEST remedy ever compounded for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma, Bronchetis. Whooping Cough and Consumption. Thousands of people in California and Oregon have already been benefited by the uprising curative powers of NEWELL’S PULMONARY SYRUPI and with one accord give it their unqualified approbation.- We now address ourselves to those who are unacquainted with this, the greatest Panacea of the age, for the healing of all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, assuring you that NEWELL’S PULMONARY SYRUP I has cured thousands, and it will cure YOU if you try it. This invaluable medicine is pleasant to the taste ; soothing, heal ing and strengthening in its effects; entirely free from all poisonous and deleterious drugs, and perfectly harmless under all circumstances. Certificates from many prominent citi zens of San Francisco accompany every bottle of NEWELL’S Pulmonary Syrup. RE DiJyO TO*V * CO., Agents, San Francisco. REDINGTON’S flataiiig are made from Fresh Fruits. Each bottle holds twice as much as any other brand in the market, consequently they are the cheapest and the best.— (®*Use no other. REDINGTON & CO. Ag’ts for the Pacific coast. AHEAD OP ALL OTHERS —IS THE— “gUrtha SWassliittjjtfln” HAIR RESTORER! It Is used by all and is acknowledged to be superior to any other preparation in market. It keeps the hair soft and glossy. It changes the hair to its original color. It prevents the hair falling out. It prevents premature baldness. It makes old heads look young, and, in feet, it will do all expected of a good, genuine Hair Restorer. Do not be humbugged by buying any other preparation.— Try it, hv all means try it. and you will never regret it. N. B.—Be sure to ask for the “ Martha Washington” Hair Restorer, and take no other. RKDINfITON k CO., Sole Agents, 41G and 418 Front street, Sad Francisco. GRAEFENBER6 Uterine Catholicon If faithfully used according to directions, will cure every case of Diabetes,and greatly mitigate the troublesome effects caused by a relaxation of the outlet of the bladder. It is a most successful remedy for Gravel and other diseases of the Kid neys and Bladder.and for Female Diseases is un equaled. The Catholicon uniformly cures Pro lapsis Uteri, Whites, all irregularities of the Monthly Turns, Suppression, Incontinence of Urine, Bloating and Dropsical Swellings, and all Diseases of Pregnacy. The specific action of this medicine is immediate and certain upon the Uterine and Abdominal Muscles and LigamenlS, restoring them to as healthy a state as those of childhood and youth, so that patinots who hare used the Graefenherg Company'• Uterine Catholi con cannot sufficiently express their gratitude for the relief afforded. Redington k Co., Agents, 416 and 418 Front street, San Francisco. WE THINK THERE IS SO Medicine eo eßieneione in remo ving humor» from the Hood oi Bcm- F7WS BLOOD mud LIV'D* Btr*- VD, It it recommended by rbyeim eimne in mil p-rte of the country, for the cure of Bcrofnln, nnd other dim emcee of the Cnltele. Dimple. or Mr« imdtemte theit the eyetem te out of or der. Cm teem e—melhing it done to eleeuem the Mood of them impurittee, the remit moy he m more mrton. dim com, meh eu SCROFULA Byphnltt, etc. Thom who emteh to Bud o mi t eMeeeetome remedy, mud yet horn no eonddenee in jr-tent Medi cine. gtntrnlly, mill never regret n trtnl of BtovitVv Blood need Liver Byrup. REDIIOTOI *. CO., AffHa, nnd 41S Droeet el reel, ten Drnem