Newspaper of The Washington Standard, March 30, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of The Washington Standard dated March 30, 1867 Page 3
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He will pay tliu highest en's!! price fur Wool, and sell goods as cheap as possible. Wool sacks furnished to those that want them. L. U. Olympia, March 23, ISO?. 20:tf gYLVESTER'S gKED "yiy^AREHODSE, 31T Washington Street, BETWEEN BATTERY AND MONT, BAN FRANCISCO, CAL. GARDEN SEEDS. FRESH supplies of the new crop received by every steamer from the most reliable sources in the East and Europe, making tho largest and most complete stock of SEKDS on this coast. The undersigned offers, at whole sale or retail, the following varieties of GRASS AMD CLOVER SEEES. KY. BLUR GRASS, WHITE CLOVER, RED CLOVER, MIXED LAWM GRASS, ENG. RYE GRASS, RED TOP GRASS, ALFAFA, best quality, MILLET, TIMOTHY or HERDGRASS Ac Ac Ac. ■ILROI S ROOTS. Bf nartl, ——rW. IMifftka TmUf, Cr-cm wmtrt.d, <Vesen fmfomU. JTrmwm. J Ifsjlw /•» /m ♦» #«—#• FUME* sELUSOf Gl£\T \ iliilT. **JM» Omni** Mk<l an! *WWT *L t *r Ai#*irt . .». F J H<4lm« r •»' 'JttNflfer «> Mkt** ** "v,t, tRMk £> *■£* 4M m- mm ir«iu« hii*a un t« r rt'iJMox %KY frviirr 4 «■% * mm !*■■*.--«■*• mbm! «• 4i'm «w #rr a£ « —a T>> * » Crr-i»»*- |P if '■ e**w«i ?•% I r*. -#».*•* *« «*♦». ■ itn.MoX.\i:V SYKI'P j REt»IM;TU\ ICO AfTit). >"i.T r-»«f.- ' to. I Xlnre'j 13. ISCT. : <IT Tell me n<»t in mournful Humbert Lift is Milking loderav, ShuuM there cuur in frightful number* O'er y;ur heads the *ii\er e 'faj. Life i* real, life is earnest, Why plkhiUl any one despair, 44 l)u«*t thou art, t»» dust returne»t/ 4 Was not Kpoken of the hair. Not the marks of age or sorrow, Oil your tresses long should stay— You cau live that each to-morrow i'ind thrm darker thun to-day. Time is long, but age shall find yon, Though your hair with lustre nave: Soon when fading, 'twill remind you, You are marching to the grave. In the world's sublitner calling. Where we each our race must run, If your hair be falling, falling, Use the "Martha Wushington." Trust no other, howe'er pleasant,— None call do what this has done; Try it—always keep it present, — Use the " Martha Washington." Twenty thousand heads remind us What u noble test it's stood; Millions more shall coinc behind us With thcif tresses ull renewed. "MARTHA WASHINGTON" HAIR RESTORER, Is a wonder of the world, and stands above com Carisun with any other artirle for the Hair ever reught before the public. Sold everywhere. Price, ftl.OO. SIMOXOS fc CO., I'roprletortt, FITZWILLIAM, N. 11. IIEDINGTON & CO. Agents, San Francisco. March 23, 1567. ItEDINOTON & CO.'S mm of jamaiq mm, THIS valuable preparation containing in a highly concentrated form «U the properties of Jamaica (linger, hat become one of the must popu lar domestic remedies fur all diseases of the utora ach and digestive organs. As a tonic it will be found invaluable'to all per sons recovering from debility, whether produced by fever or otherwise, for whilst it imparts to the sys tem all the glow and vigor that can lie produced by wine or brandy, it is entirely free (ruin the reac tionary stfccts that follow the use of spirit! of any kind. It is also an excellent remedy for females who sutler from difficult menstruation, giving almost im mediate relief to the spasms that so frequently ac company that period. It gives immediate relief to Nausea, caused by riding in a railroad car, or by sickness, or other causes. It is also valuable as an external' application for Oout, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc. REDINGTON * CO., Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast. San Francisco, March 23 1807. 20:ly GRAEFENBERO UTERINE CATHOLICON if faithfally used according to directions will can every com of Diabetes, and greatly Miti gate the troahle*ome effects raased by a relax ation of the oatlet of Ik* bladder. It is a smt sacresrfwl rensedy fur lb* Gravel and stkrf 4«- tuiisf the Kid«rys and Bls-lder s*4 (■* F*» saai* Ihwaws it m TW» r<it*.'««a saifcns!* rsm I'ten (hitri all InifsUnimsflW Ixtkly Tsnv !*■>»" at*, if sum* « f tn a*. Bwi>a( and Ifrmf m » y mmi ai lam atf Png. SB W M Mn MiUV {MP MLT* v T» <+> ■* ** aM 07; «" ' MMN> Sd>'' »s» « *MMM» jr mrvmr m • ? i »MS ■ »« NEWS DEPOT. Mun*»n 4 lloire. |iMT «»rn< 1 If 11.14 V*. Vals Mrr*t i —pt>. • . 1- M UU.' X* |;L\\k. ¥ixTU.\ND<> i.< c<v » /-'« /• •*» /:.-%*» A FULL MO WELL SUIGTED STOCK or STATIONER Y, GoUl itml Steel Pen**, INKS AND ALBUMS, I'OUT.FOLIOS, EURiVINttS, LITIIOtiKAI'IIS, Glass and Mouldings, all Sizes, TOYS, FANCY GOODS, m m m m+m m mmmm Wo iiMV m ■ ■ mmm'mmM} And Vnrious aud Sundry Useful Articles. Just Received! A small and choice invoice of Toilet Arti cles itml Perfumery. George WoUeuholin's Celebrated Cutlery. We are in receipt, each steamer, of Eastern and California papers, pictorials nud period icals. Also sole proprietors of the new patent Atmospheric fool Oil Una !.aiii{>. (.See Circulars.) Bfcy Orders respectfully solicited. J. 11. MUNSON, ) ( R. H. HOWE, Agent Wells, Far- >■ ■< Agent Hal. Ktatc go Si Co. ) (. Telegraph Co. Olyinpia, March S), 1807. IS:IU3 J. G. Parker, Jr., Olympia, W. T., DE A LI:II IX choice aaac^aiEs, HARD-WARE. \AILK, Ilt»\, STI2ISI,, WOODEN WARE, :O:L C:L L£.I:?S, CORDAGE, BOOTS AND SHOES, And Agent of the GUARDIAN LIFE INSURANCE CO., OF A'EW YORK. AND HAMBUItG BREMEN LIFE Mil MARINE IHIUR (0. Olympin, Feb. 23, 18G7. 17ttf oltjofiajmrnsmr. APPI.E, Pear, Plum and Cherry Trees, of superior growth and the choicest varie

ties. All the leading varieties of Most PISHES, mm, UYACIXTUS, KAkCISrS, LI LUES, BTMA U HEUSIES, Al*« • l»rp* ■■Jill of Trrsk Gar4ra Cf*«* Nt*> of my ••• (T««tli n4 p*«l' *"<« atk »• II kxrw« e»L»i lukorai «t E I laarr. fu I rtfur* Trrma Pmmt*rwif ' <«• Mimj. A*t** *• I ■ xtiuc «t>*» K I -*» I* *4 "TV "! • W>» <• W lav •*» —I I in. M*B>4 •*» •* i i Ui Mm •»>. »**"*» J • •>***.• 1 * IMlir J.WKi .'«* i * J* OH*. KBJItCtT INK. 1 LUMMU \*>\ cumnv. mm, nvi T*nm* n&u? r&». Clothes Washer' rnt w&sn a\;» psrcUMt UMiiu ivmu mora: rottritrt, am -ay < 'AT *i!ritHlagrt, tki : It i* ensy to operate, sitting or standing. It tak«3 but little room ; It injures no garments ; It finishes its work in from two to four minutes; It is tlurahle nud convenient; It is the only washing machine known that is liked tho better the longer it is used. HIGHLY REV OHVEXED BY Solon llobinson, in " Facts for Farmers," by Orange Judd, Editor " American Agriculturist," by Prof.Youmans, Author of " Household Sci- ence, and by many other prominent men. DOTY'S CLOTHES WASHER! Hue taken the Pirn! Premium, WHEREVER EXHIBITED IN COMPETI TION WITH OTHER MACHINES. It is evident there are two things besides cleaning clothes, which a Washing Machine must accomplish in order loleintirely satis factory. It must save tabor and save the gar ments ; for without these, no other {qualities will be sufficient to prevent its failing into dis uso. Now, these are precisely points on which the proprietors of the DUTY'S CLOTHES WASH er rest the claims of this Machine; and they send out a modest challenge to nil competetors to produce n machine, which, while, it cleans effectively, ehall do it with so little labor to the operator, and with such perfect immunity to the garments as this. Ou these two points this Machine has taken the first premium as a Family Washer wherever exhibited; and for its perfection in these two points, it is at this day enjoying a popular favor which can be claimed for no other Washer known. A feeble woman, unable to work on her feet, ran use it with case in a sitting posture. Come and see. The other points on which this hns no superior lire these; Ist, The quantity of goods it will wnsh at once ; since th J last im provement, it will cleanse eight shirts, or their equivalent, at one operation. 2d. Tho ef ficiency and speed with which it does its work; two minutes being sullicient for a batch. 3d. It will wash a woolen-lleeco without tcariDg it apart. 4th. It will do the whole washing, bluing, and rinsing witliou cither wash-tub or wash-board. Otli. It takes up but little more room that a common wash-tub, its length be ing but 30 and its width 20 inches. rntcES. Family Size, $16,00 Hotel Size 18,00 THE UNIVERBAL CLOTHES 3 WRINGER (WITH COG-WHEELS,) Accompanies each Washer—Family lite $8 00, Hotel size $lO. Scad orders to WM. FALKN'EIt * SOV, San Francisco. Or apply to the editor of this paper, by whom orders will be received at San Fraaciaco agent's prices. Olrmpia. Jau. 36, 186 T. 12-tf* Side Oats! i»/k/1 BrsiitlS jtimi imiiKl sal far IKrF Mb j. « nuu Jr. IT LIGHTNER. lIITHIVi •T*- mm~, ■- «»». ■ - m irnnVmMKTiui U! i nuMtaru. Im.UI. 411 mad 41> lin i Strm t. luiri sew i» rusa stock i WE would rail ib* ituidN of COTS TRY MERCHANTS to *«r «*«ally Urge Mock of good*. Oar stock coapritet every article in ibr Clothing and Furnishing line. We hare ronftantly 011 band llie larye«t stock and greatest variety of Catfimera and Wool HATS of any house in San Francisco, and our prices for these Gooda art l»»» than those of any house, as we rereivo them di rect from the manufacturer'! consignment. Our stock of WINTER AND SPRING Goods is particularly attractive, and the great feature to the country merchant is the un usually low prices Lefts Than tbe Cost or importatl on We also keep the STAPLR ARTICLES in tho Dry Goods line, which Goods wo have pur chased in this market under the hammer, and are offering them at New York Cost, and less. We publish this card 1n order that we may make new acquaintances, and induce those who hare not heretofore purchased of us, to call and examine our stock. Good Article* and Low Prices I Are the great inducements toall who purchase to sell again. Merchants who buy of us, can make a good profit, and sell to their custom ers at n low figure. We remain, respectfully, Your Ohedicut Servants, ll ADC ICR k LINDENBERGER, Wholesale Clothing and Hal Warehouse, Nos. 411, 413 and 415 Battery street. San Francisco, Jan. 10,18U7. 14:3 m 1866 &1867! HAVING just returned from tlie East, we have perfected such arrangements as to enable us to supply er fill any order in our line of trado. WK MOW orris A JLARCJE ASSORTIHENV or ALL FWDS OP AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND FARMING MACHINERY AT AS as can be purchased at any House on this Coast. Goods wilt be Imported to Order upon proper references beingjgiven. J. D. ARTHUR & SON, Cor. CALIPOBIA and DATII Strrets, Baa FraacUce. December 31, 18C6. 7:m4:is DR. RUFUI WILLARD. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, (Ormdmt, JOm V HATIXO Ucatad pmuNtl* la Um city •roiy«fM. hi* |i imiiiii ear <icnWlWritiiNS rftkii ylsw a»d nn»«a4 tag rommtrj hi Iks isiis« fcwtbes ft M em* mad Smretry Csalafcl far r-M« |amasf» sW (tMgl r&«m amx <• m_ m %H*BMIH •* «■*•««■»• «an»« '"" T.a MiU * 08, •mm Ma«^ m 4 <wl«ri lhr««|iiiitt« »wj''wmatTkmL tft ni (Mail aappliM of My iMwla **•■« ia ut Unr eilj or t*wa la iw Ciin. Barnes' Magaolla WMer. A toilet delight! The ladies' treasure and gentlemen*' boon I The "sweetest thing" and largest quantity. Menufactured from the rich Southern Magnolia. Used for bathingthe face and person, and to render the skin soft and fresh, to prevent eruptions, and to per fume clothing, 4c. It overcomes the unpleasant odor of preepiratlo*. It removes redness, tan. blotches. Ac. It cures nervous headache and allays tion. It cools, softens, and adds delicacy to Uie ■»«- It yields a subdued and lasting perfume. It cures mosquito bites and sting of insects. It contains no material injurious to L the skin. It is what eveiy lady should have. Sold everywhere. Try the Ifagnolia Water one* and you will use no other Cologne, Perfu mery, or toilet water afterwards. Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. DEMAS BAFNES ft CO., Props. Exclusive Agents, N. T. Lyons' KathalroH. It i* most delightful Hair Dressing. It eradicates scarf and dandruff. It keeps the head cool and clean. It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy. It prevent* the hair turning grey and falling oT. It restores hair upon prematurely bald heads. This is just what Lyons' Kathairon will do. It is pretty—lt is cheap—durable. It is liter* ally sold by the car load, and yet its almost incredible demand is daily increasing, and there is hardly a country store that doea not keep it, or a family that does not use it. E. THOMAS LYON. Chemist N. T. Lyons' Extract Ginger. LYONS' EXTRACT or Pu«« JAMAICA Gttdiß For Indigestion, Nausea, Hartburn, Sick Headache, Cholera Morbus, Flatulency, Ao., wbere a warming stimulant is required. Its careful preparatoin and entire purity make it a cheap and reliable article for culinary pur posei. Sold everywhere at fifty cent* per bot tle. Ask for •' Lyons' " Pure Extract. Take no other. See that the private U. S. stamp of Demas Barnes k Co. is over the cork of eosb package. None other is genuine. Mitotan* Unlnca. HAT* TOU a hart child or a laae bone f Use the Mexican MustanajLinimewL For euU, sprains, buns, swellings as! eaked breasts, the MexieoajMaaf af Ltaig»t lea isrtslw ear*. Js z£rx£z\ J££}& *3&£2»S tsyliwaist ..i.,LJLL_^JJ wy SSL** V%sJLTS»iB I 'B! w . l** 9 4,. & A-