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WEEKLY TRINITY JOURNAL
RECEIPTS FOB SUBSCRIPTION ro> ni wm BKsixa hibci <ib. Wholesome Suggestions•—We extract the fol lowing from an editorial article in the Sacra mento Union of February 29th, in the hope that all Union men will read and profit by it; “In the election for which we are now pre paring it is our most earnest desire to see a per fect union of the Union party of this State. To effect this, and to make sure of drawing out our full strength in November, there must be a sys tem adopted for thorough organisation in every county. The Club plan has been proved with good results, and ought to be again adopted. On the Grand Army of the Republic we can probably rely for a very general support should the Union nominee be Grant or any other emin ent loyal soldier as against Pendleton, Johnson, or any leading Democratic civilian. But this organization takes in only the military strength of the party, which in this State can hardly number more than 8,000 or 10,000 rotes, if so many. Outside of this we have still a voting force of 50,000 to be attended to and held to gether so that they may be counted on at toe election. The patronage and organization of Grant Clubs in every election district of the State is the surest means of achieving this ob ject. “On this Presidential election the future des tiny of the republic is staked. If the Union party will but organize and hold together, work ing harmoniously, the measures which have heen taken by Congress to reconstruct the South Wtll not be impeded or obstructed for the next four years, and those States will bring into the national politics as great an acquisition to Re publican power as could be desired. The four millions of slaves set free by the war will be guaranteed their liberty for ever, the national debt will be honestly paid, taxes will soon be reduced, and Government expenditures cut down to the lowest possible figure. We shall always have a loyal and most reliable national element in that section of the country where hitherto treason and disunion hatched all the infamous plans of disintegration and revolution. On the other hand, if we permit the Democracy to de feat us and elect Johnson or Pendleton, or any other of its heroes, adieu to every blessed hope of future peace, harmony and national prosper ity. These men have learned nothing by the war, nor abated a jot of the principles on which they combated the Union and aided the rebel lion. They halt every man who struck a blow for his country, and only await a fair chance to back up that hatred with substantial punishment. The fellow who addressed a Democratic Club in one of the wards of Philadelphia the night after the news went out that Johnson had floored Stanton and spit in the face of the Senate, say ing that in a short time every lamp-post would be decorated with a rope and a dead Republican, only uttered the wish of bis party. They would undermine both Houses with nitro glycerine and blow the Republican Congress into the clouds, if they were not afraid of hurting their own parti sans in the explosion. The election of a Dt-mo crat as President means the return of the rebels to power, the abolishment of the Freedtnen's Bureau, the return of the slaves to slavery through oppressive laws of apprenticeship for minors and of vagrancy for the aged." Impeached. Andrew Johnson is now indicted by the constitutional power as guilty of “ high crimes and misdemeanors,’' and should have re served the arguments in his last message for his pleading before the high court of impeachment. The Senate will be ready in a few days to pro ceed with the trial, when his Excellency’s argu ments in excuse and palliation of defying a plain law of Congress will be heard. His message sent to the Senate on Monday, was as much out of as a plea of a criminal in a court of ex aminanon after being held to answer. The ob ject of the message, however, is plain. The President had become alarmed- He was fully satisfied the House would impeach him, and that a message from him, garbed in mild, persuasive and humble language, might be of service in his defence on the trial soon to commence. Hence the message. There was no occasion for such a document. The Senate had finished its business in reference to the suspension of Secretary Stan ton. The President may sec, in his blindness, some advantage in bis message, but no one else can. He is under impeachment, and must an swer before the proper tribunal.— Marysville Ap peal. The Situation—Civil War Imminent.—The telegraphic intelligence from Washington indi cates that our country is again upon the verge of commotion, war, anarchy. One man is about to precipitate our country into a sea of blood I For one man, our people arc again likely to be com pelled to forego tbe pleasures of peace and un sheathe the fratricidal sword I To continue in office one man, many valuable lives will prob ably be sacrificed 1 And this man, one who stakes the fate of his country against bis own ambition, reckoning not the consequence—one whose heart rankles with the worst human pas sions, whose breast feels never au impulse of conscience, whose bands are red with the blood of a murdered woman, whose mind is strong for evil, whose use, life and destiny are with tbe devil.— Ezaminer. The dinger is over. The President will be impeached and turned out of office, and all will be well again. There be no civil war, because Johnson has not force enough to make one.— Sacramento Bee. Not foe Hancock.— Quite a number of Demo cratic journals are bitterly opposed to the nom ination of General Hancock as their candidate for President. Tbe New York Pay Book pub lishes a reminiscence of that officer, dressed up in the following mild terms ; —“ Hancock was tbe hangman of Mrs. Surratt. He was one of Holt’s bright and shining tools in that illegal and murderous business. If he were fairly and honorably tried by the law, he would be banged for that deed. It was a revengeful, malicious murder. Nor did the form of military trial ren der it any less a murder, according to law. General Hancock cannot execute tbe order ot a band of assassins, and then excuse himself by saying that he, individually, bad no malice. Tbe law knows no such excuse as that.” Suspicious.—Tbe Carson Appeal seems to be a little suspicious of the late decision of tbe Su preme Court, confirming tbe acts and jurisdic tion of tbe military authorities in the rebellions States, and queries as follows:—"Can it be pos sible that tbe Copperheads on the Supreme Bench united in tbe late opinion, dismissing tbe Georgia case, in order to put Congress off its guard and defer action with relation to the pro posed law requiring a two-third or unanimous decision upon constitutional questions, and thus to secure to themselves a clear field in which to operate upon the UcArdle case?” A Pbophect bv Me. Seward. —Mr. Seward in his great speech at St. Paul, Minnesota, Sep tember 18th, 1860, uttered the following pro phecy, which has been literally fulfilled in the purchase of Alaska :—“ I can stand here and look far off into the Northwest and see the Rus sian as be busily occupies himself in establish ing seaports and towns and fortifications, as outposts of the Empire of St. Petersburg, and I can say go on, build up your outposts to the Arctic Ocean ; they will yet become outposts of my own country, to extend the civilization of the United States in the Northwest.” S.T-1860-X. A great French Ph jilcian mji : “ More than half of the disease in the world comes from neglect to fortify the system against changes of climate, weather and food. The great se cret of health is to keep the condition of the Stomach and Blood regular and uniform, so that changes from Heat to Cold, from Dry to Damp, etc., cannot npset the machinery of the body, and breed diseases.” Now, it is a fact, positive and well-known, that there Is no such bulwark and assistant for the Stomach as PLANTATION BITTERS. This splendid Tonic is now used by all classes of people for every symptom of a “ Stomach out of order.” The secret of it is this: Plantation Bitters are certain to correct the juices of the stomach, set all its machinery at work, and enable it to resist and throw off the approaching danger. The tendency of the operations of Nature is always towards a cure; all she needs is a little assistance at the proper time. How much more reasonable and sensible is It jo help her along with a gentle, yet powerful Tonic, than to deluge and weaken and defeat her curative processes with poisonous drugs and fiery mixtures, which only stupefy and plant the seeds of disease and death. Important Certificates. “ • • • I owe much to you, for I verily believe the Plantation Bitters saved my life. Rxv. W. li. Waggoner, Madrid, N. Y.” “ • • • Thou wilt send me two bottles more of thy Plantation Bitters. My wife has been greatly beuefltted by their use. Thy friend, Asa C'crrin, Philadelphia, Pa.” “ • • • 1 have been a great sufferer from Dys pepsia, and had to abandon preaching. • ♦ The Plan tation Bitters have cured me. Kkv. J. S. Catsorb, Rochester, N. Y.” 11 • • • 1 have given the Plantation Bittern to hundreds of our disabled soldiers with the most astonishing effect. O. W. D. Andrews, Superintendent Soldiers* Home, Cincinnati, 0.” The Plantation Bitters make the weak strong, the languid brilliant, and arc exhausted Nature’s great restorer. The public may rest assured that in no case will the per fectly pure standard nf the Plantation Brnsßii be departed from. Every Bottle bears the foe simile of our signature on a steel-plate engraving, or it cannot be genuine. Any person pretending to sell Plantation BiTTKRS in bulk or by the gallon, ii a swindler and an imposter. Beware of refilled bottle’. See that our Private Stamp is UNMCTILATXD over every cork. . Said by all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers throughout the world. P. H. DRAKE A- CO., New York, Sole Proprletois. EEDINGTON & CO., 416 and 418 Front street, San Francisco, Agents for California and Nevada. FLEAS. LYON’S MAGNETIC INSECT POWDER is sure and cer tain death to everything of the Insect species—Elens, Roach es, Mosquitoes, Ant*, Bugs, IT KILLS INSTANTLY. What is peculiarly surprising in regard to this article is, that notwithstanding its instant death to inserts, it is per fectly harmless to mankind and domestic animals. It can be iuhaled or eaten with impunity. It nears the testimony of eminent disinterested chemists that it is FREE FROM POISON. No article has ever given such positive satisfaction in its nse. Its reputation is well known. It is easily and readily nned —Directions accompany each flask. Beware of counterfeits. The Genuine has the signature of K. Lyon, and the private stamp of Df.MAS Bakncs & Co. Anything else of this kind is an imitation or counterfeit. Any druggist will procure the genuine if you insist you will have no other. sold by all druggists and dealers on Pacific coast. MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. It is an admitted (act that the Mexican Mustang Liniment performs more cures in shorter time, on man and beast, than any article ever discovered. No compound has ever been invented so useful and effica cious in curing RHEUMATISM. SORE THROAT, STIFF and WEAK JOINTS, BURNS, BRUISES, EAR ACHE, SPRAINS. SWELLINGS, FRESH CUTS OR WOUNDS, Or any other complaint requiring an external application. FOR HORSES It is an indispensable and invaluable remedy in all cases of Spavin, Splint, Ring-Bone, Wind-Galls, Bruises, Strains, Ac. It should be kept in every house, camp and stable. Acci dents will occur. Promptness is efficacy. All genuine is wrapped in steel-plate engravings, bearing the signature of O. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and the private U. S. stamp of Dkmas Barnes A Co. over the top. An effort has been made to counterfeit it with a cheap stone plate label. Look closely! Sold by all Druggists and Stores in every town and mining camp on Pacific coast. 47:12:0y. AYERS CHERRY PECTORAL IS A SOOTHING EXPECTORANT, PREPARED TO MEET the urgent need of a safe and reliable care for diseases of the throat and lungs. A trial of many years has estab lished the fact, that it is more efficacious In pulmonary affections, than anyother remedy. Its efficacy has now BECOME 80 GENERALLY KNOWN, that it is justly re garded in many countries as a medicine of indispensable ne cessity. In Great Britain, Frrnce and Germany, where med ical science has reached its highest perfection, it is prescribed in domestic practice, and constantly used in the armies, in hospitals and other public institutions, where it is regarded by the attending physicians as the most speedy and agreeable remedy that can be employed. Scarcely any neighborhood can be found where well known cases of diseased longs, that had baffled the efforts of tbe most skillful and experienced doetors, have been permanently cured by it. These results are the most convincing proofs of the superior curative prop erties of this preparation; and to them the authors point with peculiar satisfkction. While it is the most powerful against confirmed diseases, it is extremely gentle as a medi cine in infancy and yonth, being quite harmless to even tbe youngest, when administered Judiciously. This health-restorer accomplishes even more by prevention than cure. If taken n season, It heals all irritations of tbe throat and Inngs, whether arising from Colds or Coughs, or from other causes, and thus prevent that long train of pain ful and incurable diseases, which would arise from tbe neg lect of them. Hence no family should be without it. Influ enza, Croup, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough, Pleurisy, Incipi ent Consumption, and other affections of the breathing or gans, give way before this pre-eminent combination of med ical virtues. PROBATE NOTICE. IN lAE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF TRINI TY, STATE OF CALIFORNIA : IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF PHILLKSIAN GASS, DECEASED.—NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOE PROVING WILL. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF SAID COURT, made on the 28th day of January, A.D. 1868, notice ia hereby given that on Monday, tbe 34th day of February, A.D. 1868, at 10 o'clock, a. a. of said day, at the Court room of said Court, in the Court House of tbe county of Trinity, State of California, bare been appointed as the time and place for proving tbe Will of said Phillemun Gass, deceas ed, and for bearing tbe application of H. M. Al len for the issuance to him of letters testamen tory, when and where any person interested may appear and contest tbe same.—Dated January 28, A.D. 1868. A. J. LOOMIS, 4:tet. Clerk of Probate Court. AGENCY NOTICE. Being about to leave trinity coun ty, I have appointed M. F. Griffin my Attor ney to transact all unsettled business. He is du ly authorized to receipt for me from and after this date. M. J, FEGAN. Junction City, February 22, 1868. 7:3. CLOSING OUT THE OLD STOCK, —TO MAXI EOOM 101 — Til© KTE3W! NOW IS THE TIME TO M GOODS CHEAP! Jgy“ Desiring to make room for a new and complete assortment'of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, & ($O. OFFER THEIR ENTIRE STOCK Of DRY - GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, SHAWLS, BOYS’ CLOTHING, BLANKETS, CARPETS AND OIL-CLOTHS, WALL PAPER, Etc., Etc., at greatly [Reduced [Prices I WE WILL SELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN THOSE ADVERTISING TO SELL AT COST! AND STILL MAKE A LIVING I WE CAN’T SEE IT! x iSy* Old stand, between “ MAGNOLIA ” and DRUG STORK. KARSKY ft CO. Weaverviile, February D, 18G8. D:to. iimiitt & EXPRESS I —COHSECTIHO AT BHA.STA WITH— WELLS, FARGO Sc CO. o rpTE UNDERSIGNED WILL DISPATCH A TRI -WEEKLY EXPRESS Between Weaverviile and Shasta, and will at tend promptly to all business intrusted to their care. GOLD DUST, BULLION, PACKAGES and LETTERS forwarded with promptness, and A GENERAL EXPRESS BUSINESS transacted. ADVANCES MADE ON Gold Dust for Shipment to the Hint. TINNIN k OWENS. Weaverviile, October 10, 186 V. 40:to. CONSTABLE’S SALE. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of Justice P. P. Martin’s Court, in and for Weaverviile township, Trinity county, Cali fornia, in favor of Hall k Mason, and against Manuel Thomas, duly attested, I have levied up on and will sell to satisfy said execution, costs and accruing costs, on Friday, the 13th day of March, A.D. 1868, at the store of Hall & Mason, in Doug las City, the following described property, to wit: The one undivided one-third interest of said Manuel Thomas in the mining claims known as Farrell, Dixon k Co.’s claims, situated on Filli buster Flat, Trinity county, together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging and not by law exempt. Also, one cabin, situated near Farrell’s cabin. The above described property will be sold to the highest bidder, for cash.—Da ted Douglas City, February 6, 1868. 6:ts. B. F. TRASK, Constable. FRUIT TREE? FOR SALE! s ® ® ® The undersigned 0 offers for sale cheap, a splendid stock of 1, 2 and 3-year old Fruit Trees of the choicest varieties— Apple, Pear, Peach and Plum! Also, an endless variety of MONTHLY ROSES. Parties ordering should state wbat aged Trees they desire. Orders may be forwarded to the undersigned, or left at the Trinity Journal Office. • JOSEPH McGILLIVRAY. Trinity River, February 10,1868. 6:to. FOR SALE AND SETTLEMENT. Mmy fire-proof brick store House, on the West side of Main street, and my dwelling on Court street, Wea verville, are FOR SALE CHEAP, FOB CASH. All persons indebted to me will settle the same on or before the Ist of March next, for on that day their demands will be placed in the bands of an Attorney for collection. EDWARD NEBLETT. Weaverviile, Jan. 30. 1868. 4:31. Information wanted. OF THE WHEREABOUTS OF JAMES ALON ZO MATHEWS, who left Canyon City, Trin ity county, in March, 1863, and was last heard from at Portland, Oregon, in June, 1864. Math ews is six feet high, light complexion, black hair and whiskers. Is by trade a blacksmith. Any information will be thankfully received at the Trinity Journal Office, WeaTerville, California. January 4, 1868. 52:tf. £*loooo, &c. Union Hotel! COURT STREET, WEAVERVIUE. TOLLUEBI, PAULSEN * WEIBE, PROPRIETORS. THE PROPRIETORS AN nonnce to their old friends and the public that they have just enlarged and re-fitted this old and popular Hotel, and are now prepar ed to furnish Sleeping accommodations for fifty persons. A fine PARLOR has been added tp the House, together with a number of DOUBLE BOOMS FOB FAMILIES. The TABLE will be well supplied with every thing the market of this section affords, and ev ery attention paid to the wants of patrons. Stages leave this House daily for Shasta and Trinity river. OTTO VOLLMERS, PETER PAULSEN, PETER WEISE. Weaverville, August 1, 1863. 30.t0. Bank Exchange SALOON. PRANK W. YOUNG, - Proprietor. Excellent Liquors and Cigars! 2 Fine Marble-Top Billiard Tables, ALWAYS IN' GOOD ORDER. For Sale—Sails and Billiard Trimmings, jjcnorally. Balls colored at $1 per Sett. Weaverville, May 20, 18C6. Ivll. EMPIRE HOTEL! Main Street, Weaverville. MTHE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFUL- Jy announces to his friends and the trav eling public that having thoroughly ren ovated and repaired the above Hotel, he is now prepared to furnish superior BOARDING ACCOMMODATIONS to all who favor him with their patronage. The Table will be supplied with the best of every thing which can be obtained, and the Bar with chice Wines and Liquors WM. CONDON. Weaverville, May 10, 1860. 18. to. NEW - YORK HOTEL and Stage House! MAIN STREET, - - WEAVERVILLE. MORRIS R BRADY, Proprietors. THIS HOTEL IS FIRE-PROOF, i and offers superior accommodations Jto both the resident and traveling J public. Tbe California Stage Com lany’s otlice is at this Hotel. JAS. MORRIS, B. BRADY. Weaverville, July 1, 1864. 23.t0. LI JUNCTION CITY, 5 TRINITY CO., JAMES EDGECOMBE, PROPRIETOR. ■ ■ a THE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCES ■to the public that lie is now sole propri etor of the well-known stand at tbe junc tion of the Weaverville, North Fork and Canyon City roads. Tbe House will be supplied throughout with everything which can enhance the comfort and convenience of guests, and it shall be our aim to furnish those who eat at our table with tbe best of everything tbe market af fords, and those who desire to drink with Unadulterated Fluids, pjf Connected with the Hotel is a safe and convenient STABLE and CORRAL, in chargeof an experienced attendant. JAS. EDGECOMBE. Junction City, May 10, 186 T. 18. - to. ■ is Lewiston Hotel AND STABLES. HOW & BOOER, Proprietors, ANNOUNCE TO THE TRAVELING public and patrons generally that they are always at home, and that a pull at the w latch-string ” will always result in prompt attention to customers. Every desir able requisite for comfort will be furnished at the TABLE AND BAR. Connected with the HOTEL is a commodious Stable and Corral, where animals will b® properly fed and attended to. Give us a trial. SAM. BOGER 4 JOHN HOW. Lewiston, February 8, 1867. 6:to. HALL, WILLIAMS, Proprietors. HAVING PURCHASED AND THOR seeJ oughly refitted the above old established E B a l stand, the proprietors respectfully solicit a trial of their accommodations by sojourners and tbe traveling public. The SLEEPING APARTMENTS Are second to no House in the North, and the Table is supplied with the choicest of everything afforded in a mountain market. ggy* Connected with tbe House are good Sta bles, where animals will be well fed and cared for. Every attention will be given those who may favor the House with their patronage. GEO. WILLIAMS, DAVID HALL. Trinity Center, July 1, 1866. 25.t0. FOR CHEAP! MTHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR sale his property situated on the ridge between Five and Ten Cent Gulches.— There are several acres of good land under cul tivation, a convenient dwelling and outbuildings and over a Thousand Bearing Fruit Trees! The property will be sold very cheap. For terms, 4c., inquire at the JOURNAL OFFICE, or of RICHARD GRIBBLE. Arkansas Dam, October 25, 1867. 42;tf. UNITED STATES BAKERY -AND SALOON I COURT STREET, - WEAVERVILLE, 5. (OPPOSITE UNION HOTEL.) U. If you with the wry bat Casihit Photographs, you must call m BRADLEY A RULOKSON, 4i» Monlojmcry I treet, Han Francisco. CALIFORNIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY! THE SWIFT AND COMMODIOUS STEAMER 0. P. PAGE, ... MASTER, 0 19* On and after Tuesday, Dee. 31st, 1867, the above Boat will leave Red Blnff every Tuesday, at 6 o’clock, A. M. Returning, will leave Sacramento every Satur day, at 7 o’clock, a. m. PASSAoiT’SIO. For freight or pax ago apply on board, or to J B. Red Bluff, Jan. 1,1868. ANDRUS, Agent. 51:td. MECKEL & BROTHER, Dealcra la Miner*’ Merchandize, NORTH FORK, TRINITY CO., HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS! LIdtJORS, CLOTHING —AND— NTiiiing TJtensils ! Together with every article of merchandize needed in a mining district. CASH ON "DELIVERY I Goods delivered at purchaser’s residence FREE OF CHARGE. March 17, 1863. 48.td. & I ,eou cut* 10 REPLENISHED! FRIENDS AND F-E-L-L-O-W-CITIZENS! TAKE NOTICE THAT THE STOCK OF THE JUNCTION CITY ! HAS BEEN REPLENISHED BY LARGE ARRIVALS OF USE ful, ornamental and pleasing articles for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN. I am prepared to furnish you (at a very small advance above cost,) DRY-GOODS and LADIES GOODS,—all kinds GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHINGS, TOBACCO and CIGARS, WINES and LIQUORS, PERFUMERY and TOILET ARTICLES, TOYS and FANCY ARTICLES, MEDICINES, SWEET THINGS, and EVERYTHING ELSE! B 9” Gome and see ALEX. STILLER. Junction City, November 1, 1867. 43:t0. GREENERS _HOTEL! STAGE HOUSE! Main street, -Shasta,- -California. .... THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PUR chased the old and popular stand known as the AMERICAN HOTEL, where he will henceforth be found,ready and wil ling to devote his whole attention to the wants of his old friends and the traveling public. The office of the California Stage Compa ny has been removed to the new House, from which coaches leave in all directions daily.— Travelers may rest assured that the Table and Sleeping Accommodations Will be second to no Hotel in Northern Califor nia. A trial of the new Hotel and Stage House is solicited by TOM. GREENE, Proprietor. Shasta, June 15, 1865. i3.ts. NOTICE! I WISH TO INFORM THE RESIDENTS OF Douglas City and Junction City that hereafter I will not deliver mails for either of those points unless to persons duly sworn, according to law, to carry and deliver the mails. This notice is given that Postmasters throughout the county may act accordingly, as some complaint has reached mein regard to4he manner in which mails have been forwarded from this office. I am compelled to give this notice to prevent any pretext for complaint hereafter. R. CLIFFORD, Postmaster. Weaverville, February 14, 1868. 6:to. NORTH FORK BREWERY! MEOKEL BROTHERS, Proprietors. rpilE PROPRIETORS ANNOUNCE TO THE X citizens of Trinity, Klamath and Humboldt that their Brewery is in successful operation, and that they intend to furnish customers with as good an article of LAGER BEER as can be had North of San Francisco. Orders respectfully solicited. North Fork, July 7,1863. 26.td. FOIINDBYMEN~AND ! Cumberland and Lehigh Coal, and PIG IRON I ONE THOUSAND TONS Tn Store and Afloat, for sale by J. R. DOTLB, 43:621. 413 A 416 Pacific Bt., San Francisco. WOLF OBERDEENER, DEALER IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Fruits, Nuts, Pipes, CONFECTIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Etc., MAIN STREET, WBATBRTILLI, 19. (MTWHN W*W TOBI BOTH. AND MABNBLIi.) to. CHAS. B. CROWNINSHIELI), JUSTICE OP THE £EACE. OFFICE, ADJOINING UNION HOTEL, 4. (Lately occupied by Jnatice Lorejoy.) 13. JAMES G. SMITH, CONSTABLE. * Tell me not in monrnfnl numbers Life is sinking to decay. Should there come In frightfhl numbers O’er your heads' the silvery gray.); Life Is reel, life Is earnest, Why should any one despair, “ Dnst then art, to dust returnest,"* Was not spoken of the hair. Not the marks of age or sorrow. On your tresses long should stay— Ton can live that each to-morrowj Find them darker than to day. Time is long, but age shall find you. Though your hair with lustre wave: Soon when fading, ’t will remind you, You are marching to tho grave. In the world’s snblimer calling. Where we each our race must run. If your hair be hilling, falling. Use the “ Martha Washington.’* Trust no other, howe’er pleasant— None can do what this has done; Try It—always keep It present,— Use the “Martha Washington.” Twenty thousand heads remind us What a noble test It’s stood; Millions more shall come behind us, With their tresses all renewed! “pantlu HAIR RESTORER! Is a wonder of the World, and stands above comparison with any other article for the Hair ever brought before the pub lic. Sold everywhere, f®. Price, $1 00. SIMONDS & CO., Proprietors, FI TZWILLI AM, N. 11. KEDINGTON A CO., Sole Agents, 416 and 418 Front street, San Francisco. STOP THAT COUGHING! SOMB OP YOU CAN’T, AND WE PITT YOU. YOU have tried every remedy but the ONE destined, by its intrinsic merit, to supersede all similar preparations. It is not surprising you should be reluctant to try something else after the many experiments you have made of trashy com pounds foisted on the public as a certain cure; but NEWELL’S PULMONARY SYRUP I is really the VERY BEST remedy ever compounded for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Asthma, Broncbetis, Whooping Cough and Consumption. Thousands of people In California and Oregon have already teen benefited by the uprising curative powers of NEWELL’S PULMONARY SYRUP! 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 ! has-cured thousands, and It w’llcure YOU if you try it. This invaluable medicine is plensart 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 cili ceus of San Francisco accompany every bottle of NEWELL’S Pulmonary Syrup. UED/.VGTO.V #f CO., Agents. WE THINK THERE IS FO •Medicine ao etficacioua in nmo ring' humora from tha blood aa SCO VILL'S BLOOD an LiVBR SYB* VP. Mi ia recommended by Phyai* dona in mil pmrta of tha country, for tha cura of Scrofulm t and other die • eaaea of the Cuticle, Pimplea or aorea indicate that the ayatem ia out of or* der, IJnleaa aomething ia dona to clemnaa tha blood of thaaa impurittea , the reault may be a more aerioua die emae, auch aa SCROFULA. Syphalia, etc. Thoai %cho aciah to find a moat elficaeioua remedy , mnd yet have no confidence in Patent JOedi* ctnsa generally, will never regret m trial of ScovilVa Blood and Liver Syrup. REDINGTON & CO., Ag’ti, 410 and 418 Front atreet,San Pran iaco. 32;6m:is. REDINGTON & GO’S Essence of Jamaica Ginger! 0 ° This valuable preparation, containing in a highly concentrated form all .he properties of the Jamaica Ginger, has become one of the moat 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 .be glow and vigor that 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. BBDtJyOTOJS' tt CO., Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast. EEDINGTONS flateiiijj fxtrads are made from Fresh Fruits. Each bottle bolds twice as much as any other brand in the market, consequently they are the cheapest and the best.— I®* Use no other. REDINGTON * CO. Ag’ts for the Pacific coast. GRAEFENBERG UTERINE CATUOLICON 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 jCtUholifon uniformly cures Pro lapsis Uteri7whites,~alT v irregu lari lies of th« 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 Ligaments, restoring them to as healthy a state as those ot childhood and youth, so that patients who have used the Graefenberg Company’• Uterine Cathoh eon cannot sufficiently express their gratitude for the relief afforded. Bedington & Co., Agents, 416 and 418 Front street, San Francisco. gan Francisctv March 9, 1P67. 8vl2:ljls.