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ato aaaa tto kare-Ufht beaming
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la amatory’a apeetral train;
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A toed roice epeaka tor name—
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Tto aarne tke oar* eaane f
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telaia aaaani room—
ftakea ta tor baely rifile
Hid laHanifto-a :.t far*
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While ibt MtUjr bows Ksr bud and brutbd
«m bus ; __
Tkl erupt ihroufh huM and brain.
An th« murmurs o'er and n*ef kU name,
Again—and yet again.
Tramp!—tramp!—tramp!—tramp!—
*Tis the sound of shuffling feet,
Bearing a henry harden
Through the now deserted street.
"in bearing a lifeVras burden.
To that paie sad watcher there !
Id ay the (nod Ood look with pity
On her deep aud dark despair !
A VISION.
The MMOM weave th*ir aueient dance,
The restless ocean ebbs and Hows,
The world rolls on through day aud dark,
Kegardless of our joys and woes.
Still up the breesy western slopes
The reaping gins, like apples brown,
Bend singing to the f leeful toil,
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Still where the slanting sunlight gilds
The boles of cedar and of pine,
Chants the lone blackbird from the brake
With melancholy voice divine :
Still all about the mossy tracks
Hums at his drag the wood ward bee ;
Still fitfully the coni crake’s note
CentsiWwtfrom the upland lea :
Still round the forest bower she loved.
The wood blue trails its rich festoons ;
The slumbrous poppies burst and fall
Beneath the silent autumn moona.
Still round her lattice, perched aloof,
< In sunny shade of thatched eaves,
The jasmine clings with yearning pale.
And withers in iU shroud of leaves;
Still round the old familiar porch,
Her cherished ruses blush and peer.
And All the sunny air with balm,
And strew their petals year by year.
Nor here within, one touch of chauge !
The footstool—the embroidered chair—
The hooks—the arras on the wall—
The harp—the music—all are there*
No touch of ebange ! I close my eyes—
It cannot tie she comes no more!
I hear the rustling of her dress ;
1 hear the foetslepon the floor ,
I feel her breath upon my brow ;
I feel her kies upon my cheek—
Down, phantoms of the buried past!
Down, or my heavy heart must break.
HEARTS OK GOLD.
litre’* to the heart* that lov# us.
The lorm* our own have clasped.
The fare* we have gaaed upon,
The hand* that we have grasped ,
For though within our circle,
Old Time a gap hath cleft,
There are still some pleasures spared to us,
And still some dear one’* left.
Here’s to the hearts that love us j
May they faithful still remain.
Till the fumroer sun of happiness
Shall shine on us again.
The hearts that ne’er forsake us,
Nor at fort one’s frown grow cold,
Are richer far than “ pearls of pries,”
For they are Hearts of Gold.
Plant, plant within our bosoms
One spray of ivy-green.
To climb around the ruined homo
Of pleasures that have been ;
But let us not, repining,
Ungratefully forget,
That though some storms have come on us,
Sunbeams are left u* yet.
SUNSET*
Tlte golden »ftt it* mirror spread*
Beneath the golden skies.
And but a narrow strip between
Of land aud shadow lies.
The cloud-like rocks, the rock-like clouds,
Dissolved in glory float.
And midway in the radiant flood
Hangs silently the boat.
The sea is but another sky.
The sky a sea as well.
And which is earth, and which the heaven,
The eye can scarcely tell.
So w hen for us life's evening hour
Soft fading shall descend,
May glory, born of earth and heaven,
Tee earth and heaven blend.
Flooded with peace the spirit float.
With ailent raptures glow.
Till where earth ends and heaven begins
The soul shsll scarcely know.
The Scotch Mgsic-Mastcr.—A High
land piper, baring a scholar to teach, dis
dained to crack his brains with the names
of semibreves, minims, crotchets and
quavers.
“ Here. Donald,” said he, “ tak’ ycr
pipes, lad, and gie us a blast So, verra
weel blawn, indeed ; but what's a sound,
Donald, without sense? You may blaw
ibrever without ntaking a tune o't, if 1
dinna tell you how tho queer things on
the papsc voawv help you. Yc* see that
big fellow, wi’ a round, open face (point
ing to a semibreve between two lines of a
bar), he moves slowly from that line to
this, while you beat anc wi* your fist and
gie a long blast; if, now, ye put a leg to
him ye inak’ twa o’ him, and he’ll move
twice as fast, an' if yc black his face, he’ll
run four times faster than the fellow wi’
the white face; but if, after blacking his
faco, ye’ll bend his knee, or tie his leg,
he’ll hop eight times faster than the white
faced chap I showed you first. Now,
whene’r you blow your pipes, Donald,
remember this,—that the tighter these
fellows' legs are lied, the faster they’ll run,
and the quicker they’re sure to dance."
■ ■<♦»»» -■ -
A Model Company.—While the Scott
Legion was encamped at Greencastle, one
of the boys was placed on guard by the
learned commander of the corps.. Wish
ing to be satisfied that after all his in
structions his man understood his duty,
the captain walked to the post and passed
by, meeting with no resistance or objec
tion. Looking at the sentry for a mo
ment, he asked him if that was the way
he performed his duty.
“ Oh, I’m performing my duty,” was
the reply.
“ What did you let me pass for?—.
Didn't the sergeant give you the counter
sign f”
M I know nothing t>f your countersign,
but the sergeant told me that tho first
man who came along would give me
brandy and wine, and not a drop of ei
ther have I seen, although half a dozen
have passed me. But I don’t care for the
wine —I only want the brandy/'
The password was “ Brandywine,” and
tfaa new aspirant for military honors had
only comprehended it in the sense proba
bly most familiar to him.
> Pokbjr SuAar says that bis wife ismqual
to “ five folia”—beauti ful, duti ful, youth
jAgft -■.
_
A‘«ittLT death ia the great prise of life;
who can regret whan it ia won by a worthy
«att I
til* jSrracr or Oo«crrnso with the
RertBUCAim.— Strenuous efforts are be
lag made by mom dimffected Democrats
and used up politicians in tbft State, to
1 effect a fusion with the Republican party.
They are rain enough to think they can
dictate to and control the masses, and
transfer them to the Republican party at
any time. Let us see how the fusion
worked in other States. The Blooms
burg (Pa ) Democrat, whose editor was a
member of the late Pennsylvania Legisla
ture, states that “ every man who was
elected by the so-called * Union Party,'
with one exception, acted during the ses
sion with the Republicans." The Demo
crat pertinently adds: " We ask honist
meaning Democrats, here and elsewhere,
who last fall coalesced with the common
enemy in huzzas for the Union, when
their object only was for office, 1 if this is
the entertainment to which they were in
vited' f” Let the Democrats of California
beware of such insidious movements.—
What respect can they have for party
leaders who are ready and anxious to sell
them to the Republican party ? They
may call themselves Democrats, but they
are Democrats in name only, and at the 1
first opportune moment mill cfp brace Jte
nublicanism and sunder the party that
once honored and rewarded them.
IjrrowrtXT Iatk>»
Government is expending vast sums of
money in supporting the liberated negroes
of Virginia, Maryland and the District of
Columbia. We copy the following, in
relation to this matter, from the Congres
sional Globe of the 22d of last month :
“Mr. Cox submitted a resolution, asking the
Secretary of War what delayed his giving the
House information as to the age, sex, condition,
Ac., «f the Africans employed in Gen. Wool's
Department; what were the number of slaves
brought into the District by army officers
since the abandonment of Manassas; what were
the number of fugitives from Maryland and
Virginia, their sex and probable ages ; wbat
number sent to Frederick, Maryland; how
many arc now fed and supported by approtu ia
lions; by what authority negroes hare been
sent from Virginia to PhilydeTidiia, and si,what
I\|eVsr, ISIS HTVnnV
to answer, that he take tliu necessary steps to
obtain the information."
This resolution was fiercely opposed by
the Republican members, and, on motion
of Lovejoy; it was tallied by a vote of C5
to 81 — the Republicans voting in the
affirmative. Such information might in
jure the Republican party, and it was not
deemed prudent to let tho people know
how much they were taxed to liberate
and feed and support the negroes of Vir
ginia, Maryland and the District of Co
lutubia.
— - »-*> -■ -
Fearlessly Spoken.— The Albany Ar
gut says, “ Andy Johnson has caused the
arrest of the editor of the Nashville lie
publican Danner, on the ground that ‘the
general tone of the paper is inimicable to
the Government of the United States.
Mr. Johnson is proceeding with a high’
hand in the exercise of his dictatorship.”
Potomac axp Blttkkhii.k.—An amu
sing story is told by some Dubuque boys
of the “ Iowa First,” about tbe changes
that a certain password underwent about
the time of the battle of Springfield. One
of the Dubuque officers, whose duty it
wns to furnish the guard w ith a password
for the night, gave the word “ Potomac.”
A German on guard, not understanding
distinctly the difference between the B's
and P's, understood it to be “Bottomic,"
and this, in being transferred to another,
was corrupted to “ Buttermilk." Soon
afterward, the officer who had given the
word, wished to return through the lines,
and approaching a sentinel, was ordered
t> halt, and the word demanded. lie gave
“ Potomac.”
“ Xicht right—you don't pass roit me
dis way.”
“ But this is the word, and I will pass.”
“No, you stan;” at the same time pla
cing a bayonet at his breast in a manner
that told Mr. officer that Potomac didn’t
pass in Missouri.
“ What is the word, then ?”
“ Buttermilk, tam you !”
“ Well, then, Buttermilk, tam you!”
“ Dat is right; now you pass mit your
self all about your pizincs.”
There was then a general overhauling
of the password, and the difference be
tween Potmnac and Buttermilk being un
derstood, the jokehecameoneof the laugh
able incidents of the campaign.
Great Men.—Homer was a beggar;
Plautus turned a mill; Terence was a
slave; Boethius died in jail; Paul Bor
ghese had fourteen trades, yet he starved
with them all; Tasso was often distressed
Or a few shillirgs; Cervantes died of
I ungcr; Camoes, the writer of the “Lush
ade,” ended his days in an alms-house;
and Vangelas left his body to the surgeons
to help pay his debts. In England, Bacon
lived a life of meanness and distress ; Sir
Walter Raleigh died on the scaffold ; Spen
ccr died in want; Milton sold his copy
right of “ Paradise Lost” for £15, and
died in obscurity ; Dryden lived in penu
ry and distress; Otwav perished of him 4
ger; Lee died in the streets ; Steele was
in perpetual warfare with the bailiffs;
Goldsmith's “Vicar of Wakefield” was
sold for a trillc to save him from the grasp
of the law."
Discoveries or the Last Fiftv Years.
—This is the age, among other things, of
The human intellect has cm
itself upon scientific investigation,
within the last fifty years, with wonderful
energy, and wonderful success. Among
the discoveries of the last century nrc—
The Steamboat.—Fulton launheed the
first steamboat in 1807. Now there are
three thousand steamboats traversing the
waters of Americn. Nenrly all the rivers
in the world are traversed hy steamboats.
Magnetic Telegraph. —In 1800 it took
weeks to convey intelligence between
Philadelphia and New Orleans; now it
can he done in ns many minutes hy the
electric telegraph, which only had its be
ginning in 1843.
Voltaism was discovered in March, 1800.
The electro magnet wus discovered in
1821.
Electrotyping was discovered only a
few years ago.
Hoe’s printing press, capable of print
ing 20,000 copies an hour, is a very recent
discovery, but of most important charac
ter.
Gaslight was unknown in 1800; now
every city and town of pretense is lighted
with it
Mon. Daguerre communicated to the
world his most beautiful invention in 1839.
Gun-cotton was discovered but a few
years ago.
Chloroform is also of a recent discovery.
Astronomy had added a large number
of new planets to the solar system.
Alt eye witness relates tho following in
cident: At a revival meeting in Illinois,
an impulsive Dutchman was present. In
the progress of the meeting, Dutchey’s
feeling became overpowering, and rising
and swinging bis hat, be exclaimed, with
unction, “ Hurrah for Shesus, he ish der
feller I" The effect was electrical, the se
rious countenances giving place to the
merry ones.
The countenance often exposes the
falsehoods of the tongue.
Xew York AU*i*.
jttetoiral anti Surgical
DR. L. J. CZAPKAY’9
MEDICAL AND 8UHOICAL
INSTITUTE!
Sacramento *treet, beime Montgomery, opposite
Padftc Mail Steam *h ip tVf Office,
San Francisco.
Established in 1854, for the Permanent
Cure of all Private and Chronic Dis
eases and the Suppression of Quack
ery.
Attendant and Besident Physician,
L. J. CZAPKAY, M. D.,
Late in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief
Physician to the with Regiment of Honveds, Chief
Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pesth, Hungary*
late Lecturer on Diseases of Women and Childien,
and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College
of Medicine.
cr Particular attention paid to the treatment of
diseases peculiar to Women and Children, si
Ornca Horns.—From 9 a. m till 9 r. u. Commu
nications strictly confidential. Permanent cure
guaranteed, or no pay. Consultations, by letter or
otherwise, free.
Address, DR. L. J. CZAPKAY,
Ran Francisco.
Of all diseases, the great first cause
springs from neglect of Nature’s laws.
8uffer not! When a Cure is Guaranteed
in all Stages of Secret Diseases.
Se/fahuee, Xerrou* DeLuity, Stricture*, Gleet*,
Grarel, Diahete*, Di*ea*e* of the Kidney* and
BUulder, Mercurial /Iheumatiem, Scrofula,
Pain a in the Bone* and Ankle*, /Hsea*e* of the
Lung*, Throat, Xo»e, and Rye*, Ulcer» upon the
Jkxty or Limit*, Cancer*, Dropsy,
Fit*, St. Dance, and all Dieea*e* arising
from a Derangement of the Searnal Organ*.
CtUCIi as Nervous Trembling, Loss of Memory’
' !-*♦* of B»wrr. General Weakness. Dimness of
iU»n, witn peculiar spots *»w -a
*ve*. Jos* of iichl f j»«M*i>MM. dyspepsia, liver dis
ease, crufmon upon Ufe face, pain in the back and
head, female irregularities, and all Improper dis
charges It m*&*r*'***?+,uj* t*tPU
cause Me disease originated, however long standing
or obstinate the case, recovery is certain, and in a
shorter time than a permanent cure can be effected
by any other treatment, even after the disease ha*
t>atiled the skill of eminent physicians and resisted
all their means of cure. The medicine* prescribed
are pleasant, without odor, entirely vegetable, caus
ing no sickness, andffree from mercury or balsam.—
During fifteen years of prartice. in fairope, the Af
lame States and California,l have rescued from the
jaw* of death many thousand*,*(•*> last stage*
of the above mentioned diseases, had been given up
to die by their physicians, which warrants me in
promising to the afilieted who may place themselves
under my care, a perfect and speedy cure. Private
diseases are the greatest enemies to health, as they
are the first cause of Consumption, Scrofula, and
many other diseases, and should be a terror to the
human family. A permanent cure is scarcely ever
effected, a majority of the cases falling into the hands ,
of incompetent persons, who not only fail to cure
the disease, but ruin the constitution, filling the sys
tem with mercury, which, with the disease, hastens
the sufferer into a rapid consumption.
But should the disease and the treatment not cause
death speedily, and the victim marries, the disease
wpH f/-P
bfc con*iifuti6ns, kmi \iie cutrem ol Iff* corrupted
by a virus which betrays Itself in scrofula, tetter, 1
ulcers, corruptions, and other affections of the skin,
eyes, throat and lung*, entailing upon them a brief
existence of suffering, and consigning them to an
early grave.
Self-abuse is another formidable enemy of health,
for nothing else in the dread catalogue of human
diseases causes so destructive a drain upon the sys
tem, drawing its thousand* of victims, through a few
years of suffering, down to an untimely grave. It
destroys the nervous system, rapidly wastes away
the energies of life, causes mental derangement,
prevents the praper development of the system, dis
qualifies for marriage, society, business, and all
earthly happiness, and leaves the sufferer wrecked
in body and mind, predisposed to consumption, and
a train of evils more to be dreaded than death itself.
With the fullest confidence, I assure the unfortunate
victims of self-abuse, that a permanent and speedy
cure can be effected, and with the abandonment of
ruinous practices, my patient can be restored to ro
bust, vigorous health.
Irregularities, and all diseases of males and fe
male*, treated on principle* established by fifteen
of practice, and sanctioned by thousands of
the most remarkable cures. Medicines, with full di
rections, sent to any part of the State, Oregon and
Washington Territory, by patient* communicating
their symptom* by letter. Business correspondence
strictly confidential.
Address, L. J. CZAPKAY, M. D.,
Medical Institute, Sacramento street, below Mont
gomery, opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Co’* Of
fice, San Francisco.
The following letter which emphatically
speaks for Itself, was written by the Dean of the Fac
ulty of the Philadelphia College of Medicine, to the
editors of the Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal*
Sau Francisco, for publication :
Philadelphia, Jan. 17th, 1S59.
To the Editors of the Pacific Medical and Surgical
Journal:
Gentlemen My attention has been called to an
article in the December number of your Journal, in
regard to the ad eundem degree granted by the
Philadelphia College of Medicine to l>r. h. J. Cxap
kay. When the application for the degree was made
to the Faculty, it was accompanied by affidavits and
testimonials to the effect that Dr. Czapkay was a
regular graduate M. D. of the University of Pesth,
had served as a Surgeon in the Hungarian army, and
was a regular practitioner of medicine. On the
strength of these, the degree was granted. The ad
eundrnt degree, as its name implies, is conferred on
graduates only, and gives us new privileges. Had
there been the slightest suspicion of irregularity, the
application would have been refused. By inserting
this in your Journal, you will do an act of justice to
the College, and confer a favor on
Yours, very respectfully, II. RAND,
Dean of the Faculty of the Philadelphia College of
Medicine.
Remarkable Instance of Medical
Relief. —Below we publish the certificates of three
of the sufferers from the pangs of disease, who, hav
ing recovered their former health, and impelled by
gratitude, make known their cases and remedirl
agent, and their statements are authenticated by a
Notary Public. The demands of society imperiously
command their publicity, and we commend their pe
rusal to the attention of the afflicted:
Thankfulness is the Incentive to
Gratitude.
CrnTirtrAT*. —The undersigned, desirous of ac
quainting those who may be unfortunate enough to
l>e similarly afflicted, where a permanent relief of
their sufferings may be*ohtained, feels it his duty to
thus public!/ express his most sincere gratitude to
Dr. L. J. Czapkay for the permanent recovery of lib
health. Borne down by the distressing symptoms
incident to the vicious practices of uncontrollable
passion in youth ; depressed in body and mind, una
ble to perform even the most trifling duty imposed
on the daily avocations of life, I sought the advice
of many physician*, who at first regarded my disease
of trifling importance—but, alas ! after a few week*,
an 1 in several instances, months, of their treatment,
I found to my unutterable horror, that instead o1 re
lief, the symptom* became more alarming in their
torture; and, being told by one that ray disease, be
ing principally confined to the brain, medicine
would be of little consequence, I despaired of ever
regaining my health, strength and energy ; and as a
last resort, and with but a faint hope, called upon
Dr. Czapkay, who, after examining my case, pre
scribed some medicine which almost instantly reliev-
me of the dull pain and disxines* in my head.—
Encouraged by this result, I resolved to place myself
immediately under his care, and by a strict obedience
to all bis directions and advice, my head became
clear, my ideas collected, the constant pain in my
hack and groins, the weakness of my limbs, the ner
vous reaction of my whole body on the slightest
alarm or excitement; the misanthropy and evil
forebodings; the self-distrust and want of confidence
in others; the incapaoility to study and want of res
olution ; the frightful, exciting, and at times pleas
urable dreams at night, followed by involuntary dis
charges, have all disappeared; and in fact, in two
months after having consulted the Doctor, I felt as if
i by a new life—that life which, but a short
time ago, I contemplated ta end by my own hand.
With a view to guard the unfortunate from failing
into the snares of incompetent quacks, I deem it my
duty to offer this testimony to the merit and skill of
Dr. Czapkay. and recommend him to all who may
stand in need of medicul advice, being assured by
my own experience, that once under his care, a rad
ical and permanent cure will be effected.
B. F. FILLMORE.
State of California, County of San Francisco.—
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 17th day of
April, a. D. 1856. (Signed)
Jons Middleton, \l. s.J
Notary Public.
A CARD. —Prompted by an honest desire of
iny heart, I wish to lay before the public a case
which deserves a high commendation, not only as an
act of scientific skill, but of humanity, also. About
two years ago, I suddenly, and from causes unknown
to in*, was seized with a fit of epilepsy, which, owing
to my inability to meet the expenses consequent up
on a thorough medical treatment, and the discour
agement I me’ with on attempting it, soon became
such (as I was then led to believe) as to defy the skill
of a physician. I was frequently, while in pursuit of
my calling, thrown down to the ground without the
slightest warning, and although insensible to the ag
onies, I yet despised the miseries of my life, and
soon learned to look upon those who would render
assistance or shelter me from danger, as euemles who
sought to prolong the existence of my miseries.—
While in this state, and having previous to my afflic
tion tasted the sweets of life, I once more was in
duced to attempt seeking aid of a physician, and, by
recommendation, railed upon Dr. L. J. Czapkay. I
told him my circumstances and my Inability to re
ward him for his services, regardless of which, how
ever, he undertook my case, and with the blessing of
God I was once more restored to perfect health.—
Unable to reward him for the boon which I enjoy at
present, and yet conscious of iny indebtedness, I
consider it due to myself and to all afflicted to make
the case public, in order that those in need or medi
cal advice may find a physician in whom every con
fidence can be placed.
[I- 8.1 Metxr Yablonskt.
Rtate of California, County of Ran Francisco, sa.—
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of
August, a. d. 1856. Gilbert A. Grant.
Cl. •-] Notary Public.
Remarkable Cure Of Consumption.
—The almost miraculous cure that has been effected
in my case, prompts me to impart to those of my
fellow creatures who may be suffering from like af
fliction, the source of relief, with a short description
of my case. Several years ago, my health began to
; fall. I was attacked by general weakness and debil
ity, which reduced me to the mere shadow of my
former self. At that stage I sought medical assist
ance, and expended large amounts, but without the
least beneficial result. The fell destroyer Consump
tion, had already seised upon my vitals. I was dai
ly drawing closer to the tomb ; my physicians held
out no hope of recovery; my strength had wasted,
and I was in a state of almost otter prostration. I
was Informed by my physfelaqs that they could do
nothing for me except to smooth my path to the,
grave, whan most fortunately, 1 applied to Dr. L. J. .
Caapkay, and am now a wall and perfectly sound
man. it is difficult for me to express the emotions •
of deepest gratitude I experience when realizing the j
immeasurable service I have received at the hands
of Dr. Czapkay, and I feel rejoiced that it is at least !
JRcturkl aotj Surgical
In my power to tender tht« feeble recognition of his
greet skill end capacity. To the afflicted I would
say, do not deepair. for whatever may be the nature
of your case, I am confident that you will find relief
by applying to Dr. L. J. Csapkas.
“ There Is balm in Oilead, and there is a physician
there.** [l. 8,1 Hssav Wnmuso.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 15th day
of October, a. D. 1M®. City and County of San
Francisco, in the 8tate of California.
[u s.] F. J. Thibaclt, Notary Public.
The undersigned is personally acquainted with
Henry Wessllng, and knows that(the circumstances
related In the foregoing certificate arc true. He Raw
Henry Wessling during his illness, and bears willing
testimony to the fact of hit remarkable core by Dr.
L. J. Csapkay. [l. 8.1 A. Ruosshbim.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 17th day
of October, a. d. 1859. *
[l. s.] F. J. Thibaclt, Notary Public.
Dr. L. J. Cxapkay*s Private Medical and
Surgical Institute is on Sacramento street, below
Montgomery, opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship
Company’s Office, San Francisco. The Dr. offers
free consultations, and asks no remuneration unless
he effects a cure. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Spermatorrhoea, or local weakness, nervous
debility, low spirits, lassitude, weakness of the back
and limbs, indisposition and incapability for study
anu labor, dullness of apprehension, loss of memory,
aversion to society, love of solitude, timidity, self*
distrust, disxiness, headache, involuntary discharg
es, pains in the side, affection of the eyes, pimples
on the face, sexual and other Infirmities in men, are
rured without fail by the justly celebrated physician
and surgeon, L. J. Csapkay. His method of curing
diseases is new and rxicxnwN to othkrs, hence his
great success. All consultations, hy letter or other
wise, free. Address, L. J. Csapkay, M. D , San
Francisco, California.
The Oreatest Discovery of the Age.—
Great Binding Mankind—Innocent hut Potent.
—D«. L. J ObamatH* PnorwiLACVwwM (self-dism
fee ting agent), » sure preventive against Qonorrhcea
T * 'V-*u*>*-*J*~*« -f ma .
Tor an venereal, scroTVltfa,
<M5A ulcers, foetid discharges from the vagina, uterus
and urethra, ana all cutaneous eruptions and die- 1
•wrr - .H. Hfcw
trie nlo Street, betmr Vr*A:jr>rc* He the Pacific
Mail Steamship Company’s office. As inoculation is
a preventive against smallpox, so is Dr. L. J. Csap
kay's Proph laetirum a preventive against syphilitic
and gonorrhmai diseases. Harmless in itself, it
possesses the power of chemically destroying the
syphilitic virus, and thereby sav'*ng thousands of
debauchees from being infected by the most loath
some of ail diseases. Let no young man who ap
preciates health be without Dr.Ceapkay’s Propnilac
t)cnm. Jt )3 ?n very convenient packages, and tjHI
he >Ouhd convenient to use, used as a aoap.-—
Price, $5. For sale at I>r. L. J. Csapkay's Private
Medical and Surgical Institute, Sacramento street,
below Montgomery, opposite Pa iftc Mail Steamship
Company’s office.
rr- All orders must he addressed to L. J. Czap
kay, M. D., San Francisco, California. mayl7
8 Urgal Sfcbcrtisnnrnts.
SUMMONS.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of El Dorado,
SS.—In the District Court of the Eleventh Judi
-,f.» 4 ’ •
Actum brougm In the District Court of the Elev
enth Judicial District, and the complaint filed in the
County of El Dorado, in the Office of the Clerk of
said District Court in and for said County and State.
The People of the State of California to DAVID F.
MOORE, defendant. Greeting:
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you hy Lucrctia Ann Moore, plain
tiff, in the District Court of the Eleventh Judicial
District, in and for the county of El Dorado, and to
answer the complaint filed therein on the day
of March, a. n 1*62, within ten days (exclusive of
the day of service) after the service on you of this
summons—if served within this county; if served
out of the county, but within this Judicial District,
within twenty days; or, if served out of said Dis
trict, then within furty days—or judgment by default
will be taker, sgainst you.
The said action is brought to obtain n decree dis
solving the bonds of matrimony heretofore existing
between you and plaintiff, anJ that said marriage be
set aside and held for naught, and that said plaintiff
have judgment for costs and expenses; and if you
fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as
above required, the plaintiff will apply for said de
cree and judgment according to the prayer of said
roniplaiut.
Witness, lion. B. F. Myres, Judge of said District
Court of tlie Eleventh Judicial District.
. —— . Attest uiy hand, and the “eal of said Coin t
■J L. 8. I- in and for sa'd County of Kl Dorado, hereto
‘ ' affixed, at office in the city of IMacervilie,
this the 17th day of March, a. i». 1nV>.
THOMAS B. PATTON, Clerk.
Upon reading the plaintiff’* affidavit on file here
in, it is ordered that the within summons be publish
ed in the Mount A III Democrat, a weekly newspaper
published in the county of El Dorado, State of Cali
fornia, once a week for three months, and that ser
vice be made by such publication.
Witness iny hand this l-*th dav of March A. i>.
1862.
JAMES JOHNSON, County Judge.
IIume A Slobs, Pl’ff’s Att'ys: niAr22ui3
SUMMONS.
S’ATE OP CALIFORNI A, County of Kl Dorado,
SS.—In the District Court of the Eleventh Judi
cial District.
Action brought in the District Court of the Kiev
enlh Judicial District, and the complaint filed in the
County of El Dorado, in the office of the Clerk of
said District Court in and for said county and State.
The People of the State of California, to LOUISA
DAVIS, defendant. Greeting:
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought ngainst you by Seneca Davis, Plaintiff, in
the District Court of the Eleventh Judicial District,
in and for the county of Kl Dorado, and to answer
the complaint filed therein on the 1st day of April a.
d. 1862, within ten days (exclusive of the day of ser
vice) after the service on you of this summons—if
served within this county; if served out of this coun
ty, but within this Judicial District, within twenty
days; or, if served out of said District, then within
forty days—or judgment by default will be taken
ngainst you.
The said action is brought to obtain a decree of
said Court setting aside and annulling the marriage
of plaintiff and defendant and divorcing plaintiff
from the bonds of matrimony existing between him
and defendant; and if you fail to appear and an
swer the said complaint, as above required, the said
plaintiff will make application for said relief, accord
ing to the prayer of said complaint.
Witucss, lion. H. F. Myres, Judge of said District
Cdtirt of the Eleventh Judicial District.
, ——— Attest my hand and the seal of said Court.
•J L. m. -In and for said county of El Dorado, hereto
‘ —* affixed, at office in the city of IMacervilie,
this the 1st day of- April. a i». Im*-J.
THOS. B. PATTEN, Clerk,
My Oopkn SqriKKs, Deputy Clerk,
limit A Sloss, Pll’ff’s Att’ys. apr5m3
SUMMONS.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of Kl Dorado,
SS—In the District Court of the Eleventh Ju
dicial District.
Action brought In the District Court of the Elev
enth Judicial District, and the complaint filed in
the-County of El Dorado, in the office of the Clerk
of said District Court iii and for said County and
State,
i The people of the State of Califorula, to AMELIA
IIALL, defendant,Greeting:
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you by Simeon Hall, plaintiff, In the
District Court of the Eleventh Judicial District, in
and for the County of El Dorado, to answer the
complaint filed therein on the 24th day of March,
a. n. 1862. within ten days (exclusive of the day of
service) after the service on you of this summons—
If served in this county ; if served out of this Coun
| ty, but within this Judicial District, within twenty
i days ; or, if served out of said District, then within
forty days—or judgment by default will be taken
against you.
The said action is brought to obtain a decree of
said Court dissolving the bonds of matrimony exist
ing between you and plaintiff and also to obtain
judgment for eosts of suit; and if you fail to appear
- K’jaiwer the said complaint, as above required,
the said plaintiff will make application for eaid re
lief, according to the prayer of said complaint.
Witness, Hon. M. F. Myres, Judge of said District
i Court of the lltli Judicial District.
- —— . Attest my hand, and the seal of arid
- L. 8. [ Court, in anti for said County of El Dorado,
‘ — ’ hereto affixed, at office in the City of Pla
cerville, this the 24th day of March, a. n. 18®.
THOS. B. PATTEN, Clerk,
My Ouokn Squint's. Deputy Clerk.
Blanchard A Mbhbdith, Plaintiff’s Attorneys.
(mar29 8m]
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
THE copartnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, under the name of BARRON
A TODD,is this day dissolved hy mutual consent.
All demands against the firm and all accounts due
It are to be settled by J. W. Barron, who will in fu
ture condact the business.
J. W. BARRON.
JOSEPH TODD.
Rjtk&aidk Hotel, Carson Road, i
May 15th, 1862. ) n»241m
FOR SALE,
kgK The STORK AND HOUSE formerly oe-
by L. Fisk, at Michigan Flat, two
By 11 tnifaa below Coloma, will be sold on reason
able terms. The house is a comfortable one, and
large enough for a small family. It has a garden
attached, filled with a choice variety of fruit trees.
It is a good location for business.
feb9-tf J. J. LAWYER, American Flat.
REMOVAL..
HUNT & CIIACE
UAV| REMOVED TO
BOOTH’S NEW BRICK STORE,
Three doors above their old stand.
THEY have increased their former large stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, etc.,
and invite their patrons and the public generally to
call and examine their IMMEN9B STOCK, and learn
their prices before purchasing elsewhere. Their In
creased facilities for buying goods at San Francisco,
enable them to defy competition.
HUNT A CHACE.
Placervll , May 17th, 18®.
PLACBRVILLS AND SACRAMEN
TO VALLEY RAILROAD.
, The subscribers to the above enter
prise are notified and requested to pay
.N PER CENT, of the amount of
islffirl t>li - n » to uuUralsiMd
FORTHWITH, order that a permanent organ Isa
tion of the Company may be speedily effected.
j> 8. W. SANDERSON,
Temporary Treasurer.
IMacervilie, May 9th, 1*62.—tf
•• Hot shall Ur Pin* tin rsrfh • rtjfct* hslaiiia,
raax4 ay l.flane. aW ••arlao k< talk:"
X, B *
Newspaper, Book and Job
ESTABLISHMENT,
(•!»■* Street, Iftrlk ef the Bridge,
PLAOERVILLE.
The Proprietors of the MorJITAIJi Democrat Printing
Establishment, eschewing all egotism, announce with
confidence that they have the
Beat and Greatest Facilities
For the prompt, correct and careful execution of all
the various descriptions of
PaT?TlSTTT^^
To be found anywhere Worth of Saa Francisco—
which facts they are prepared to prove By occular
demonstration to all who may desire anything In
their line, from
A Poster to a Visiting Card!
IVvug fully convinced of the fact that ftie prices
for Printing, like all other XJQCKiMART things In Cali
ifurnia, have greatly decreased within the past Year,
we have accordingly bought and put into operation
all the latest and most desirable
LABOR-SAVING MACHINERY
Known in the business; and are thus enabled to
compete with svkm San Francisco —thereby com
•A'S'i* ftthat
“ Money could be saved by sending below for print
ing.” Our stock of
CARDS, BILL AND FANCY PAPER,
Is always of the best quality, selected with due re-*
gard to the wants of our immediate neighborhood
and, being in constant communication with our
Agent in San Francisco, anything srw, or of hovel
design', introduced there, can be speedily transmitted
to us.
Having thus enumerated our facilities and deter
mination to do all classes of work so thaf fault car
rot be found with prices or execution, we will pow
reiterate that
not)XS A XU ( 71 TA L OG L ES,
posters axu has drills,
PROGRAMMES A SO HI ft CL'LA RS,
JX 17 TA TIOXS A XU TK A'E TS,
RIL I. HE A US, FREIG H T ML LS
BESTS ESS CARDS A XU TAGS,
BOX A XU BOTTLE LA BE US,
i ER TIFD A TES OF STO( A\
BA XK ('HECKS, RECEIPTS, ,t <
In any desired colors or style, will be printed hy us
AT FIFTY PER CENT. LESS
Than former prices, anu in the same style that has
always been the commanding feature of printing
emanating from the ofhee of the
MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT.
vrr Those who have hitherto patronised us are
satisfied that what we have above announced Is
strictly correct; those who have not yet patronised
us, need only make one trial to be convinced. We
arc both practical printers, and are fully capable of
fulfilling to the letter all wc promise here.
GELWICKH A JAN VARY,
Proprietors.
Placerville, January 4, 1*02.
A Democratic and Conservative News
paper in the City of New York.
NEW YORK WEEKLY ABGU8.
To Restore the Union and Maintain
THE CONSTITUTION.
For several years the Democratic and Conservative
sentiment of the Nation has beep, keenly alive to the
necessity of being faithfully and ably represented by
a first-class Newspaper, published in the City of New
York, adapted to |>opular circulation, and wielding
a wholesome influence throughout the Union. The
great want has been, and is, a pa|>er which shnll
sustain the same relation to Democratic and Con
servative principles as does the New York Tribune
\ to Abolitionism and all kinds of Radicalism—a pa
per conducted with talent and prudence, with cor
rect appreciation of the true principles of our Gov
eminent and fidelity to them ; in all respects a first
class newspaper, and yet afforded at a price bring
ing it within the reach of the masses of the People
throughout the country.
The nnder*lgned. from their connection with tbe
Albany ATLAS A ARGUS—one of the oldest and
best known Democratic papers In the Union—hsve
been constantly n'-ged, during the last three or four
years, to respond to this demand, by establishing a
first-class Weekly Newspaper In the City of New
York, adapted to general circulation. We yield to
the wishes of our political friends, and have there
fore transferred the publication of the WEEKLY
ATLAS A ARGUS to the City of New York, where
it will hereafter be issued under the name of
THE NEW YORK WEEKLY ARGUS.
It is published in quarto form, of the slae of the
leading wk-Weeklies; and we promise that in
Its News, Editorial, Literary, Miscellaneous and dg.
riculturul Departments, in its Market Reports, and in
a!! other respects* it shall be *t least equal to any
paper published in that city. While devotiug to it
our own editorial services, it has also the l>cneflt of
the entire time and constant supervision of Mr.
Euin Comstock, for several years one of the editors
of the New York Journal of Commerce, a gentle
man of recognised editorial ability and experience.
The editors will therefore be
Calvert Comstock, William Cassidy,
Elon Comstock,
with ample additional special assistance in the seve
ral departments of the paper.
Next to a vigorous support of the Federal Govern
ment in its present periV—Ihe first great doty of ev
ery patriotic citisen—the leading purpose and design
of the Editors will be to advocate Democratic aud
Conservative doctrines, and to engraft them upon
the policy ami admiufotralioa of the Government*—
State and National. At the same time they will
strive to furnish their readers the best possible gene
ral newspaper. The latent intelligence—foreign and
domestic—will always appear In the column* of their
psper; and it* Commercial Department will embrace
the fullest xnd most reliable information, including
correct »nd ample report* of the Money, Produce
and Cattle Market* at New York and other leading
point* of commercial transactions Great care will
also be bestowed upon the literary character of the
paper, and such original and selected articles, no
tices of new publications, Ac., will be given, as will
be likely to interest the reader. For the benefit of
that large class engaged in cultivating the soil, we
shall give prominence to Agricultural subjects, devo
ting to them original articles (editorials and commu
nications), and carefully selected matter from the
leading journals of the country.
The Editors may be allowed to express the hope
that the knowledge which the public have of their
editorial experience affords the beat guarantee of
their intentiow to make the New York Weekly
Argue the most useful and complete general news
paper in the Union. It has already a large and val
uable subscription list, which they trust will be rap
idly augmented, until the paper shall reach every
PostofHce, and find its way Into every neighborhood.
TERMS:
The New York Weekly Argue la pofeffcbed In
qnarto form, each number containing eight pages, or
forty-eight columns, printed on new and handsome
type, in the best style. It will be furnished to sub
scribers on the following terms, payable always in
advance:
Single subscriptions per annum. $ 2 00
Three copies one year 5 00
Eight do do 10 00
Additional copies, each 1 20
Twenty ooples, to one address 20 00
To any person sending a club of 10. we wUI send
the Albany Daily Atlae A Argue, one year, gratis.
Subscriptions may commence with any number.
Letter, whether containing remittances or otherwise,
should be addressed to the undersigned. Corner of
Broadway and Park Place, opposite City Ihdl
Park , New York.
COMSTOCK A CASSIDY,
Proprietors.
JjAigtellanrou* &Dbfrti»tng
A. TEDDGB,
StXTOM AMD UniBTAKXB,
, f*»p« constantly on hand and makes to
Order all sises of COFFINS. Will alto furnish Fnne
ralt with Heart*, Carriage*, etc. Orate* dof—ond
everything requisite for Funerals furnlthed at the
shortest notice, and on the nio*t reasonable term*.
A. VKDDF.R Mho manufactures and keep* always
on hand all kinds and stars of
Window Bull, Door*, Blind*, Bedateada
Table*, Kitchen Safe*, Wardrobe*.
Or any article in furniture, Carpenter or Cndertak
er’a department—all of which he warrant* to be
made of the best materials and workmanship-
Manufactory and Wart room, nest door above th«
Soda Factory, above Stony Point, Main atreet, Pla
cervllle. marl-Sm
EX'
~ D
CITY SEXTOK—UHDEHTAKEE.
%
JOHN ROY,
DBALIR I* AND MANmCTC*** OV
fc !
Furniture, Matreases, Bedding, etc.
i
Which he keeps constantly on hand, or manufac
tures to order, at short notice and on reasonable :
terms. Upholstering neatly eiecuted.
Il
X3B~ JOSHING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
COLOMA STREET, !|
Next door to the Office of the Democrat, |
aprf> 8m Placereille.
K*iEa-w-««?ijE9C' , z::rr
— ,»D —
,<£A i. 1ST ATEU
Building lots for from no to ,j«i e*rh i ff*r
Also, h»» vara lota and entire blocks of JEi.
beautiful garden land, in the City and County ol J*an
Francisco, on the line of the San Jose Railrond, at
the WEST END DEPOT.
THE TITLE 18 PERFECT!
Thiyjtp a Spanish Grant, finally ronflrmed and pa-
U-ttlrA icy the Ua)xd States. The Shafler Hill re*
Nfvrti* thin title, the city authorities respect it, (he
District Courts and Supreme Court of the United
States re«pect it—betides
The Title has been Forever Quieted by
a Final Decree and Judgment
Against the City!
So that there l« not even a cloud or shadow upon it.
Whoever purchases one of these lots will buy a lot
and not a law suit.
Office. No. IS N a glee’s llullding, corner of Mont*
gomerv and .Merchant Streets, San Francisco,
maraud HARVEY S. BROWN.
LIST OF POST OFFICES
ON Til* PACIFIC COAST.
CALIFORNIA.
row nine*. Cl U* XT To
Areata Humboldt
Anaheim Los Angeles
Albion Mendocino
Anderson Valley Mendocino
Antioch Contra Costa
Alameda Alameda
Alvarndo Alameda
A)vfw Santa Clara
Agua Frio Mariposa
Alamo Contra Costa
Alleghany Sierra
Alpha Nevada
Americau Ranch Shasta
Ang»-!\s Calaveras
Auburn Placer
Antelope Yolo
Hucksport Humboldt
Bodega Sonoma
Bloomfield Sonoma
Brooklyn Alameda
Belmont San Mateo
Bangor ••••Butte
Hclnta San Joaquin
Bear Valley Mariposa
Benicia Solano
Indwell's Bar Butte
Btg lUr Trinity
Big Dak Flat Tuolumne
Big Valley Napa
Hurwnod San Joaquin
Buckeye Yolo
Brush Creek Butte
Burnt Ranch Trinity
liutle Valley Butte
Butte Mills Butte
Crescent City lie! Norte
Clnverdtle Sonoma
Clair»ville Mendocino
Calpell* Mendocino
tVnf**rville... A firmed a
Cache Creek Yolo
Callahan'* Rat ch Siskiyou
Campo Seen Calaveras
Campion ville Yuha
Canon City Trinity
Clarksville 13 Dorado
Charleston.. Yolo
Cedarville El Dorado
Cherokee. . Butte
Chico Butte
Central House ...Ilutte
Chinese Camp Tuolumne
Cold Springs K1 Dorado
Colofiia K1 Dorado
Colorado Mariposa
Columbia Tuolumne*
Colusi Colusi
Clay’s Bar Calaveras
( osutnofs Sacramento
Cayote Napa
Coitonwikod Shasta
C ottage (trove Klamath
Ikmgherty Station Alameda
Danville Contra Costa
Dumasru* Ilacer
Detiverton Solano
Diamond Springs '..El Dorado
Don Pedro’s Bar Tuolumne
Downieville Sierra
ItougSa* City Trinity
Duroc El Dorado
Dutch Flat.. Placer
Dry town Amador
F.lk ( amp Klamath
Eel River Humboldt
Eureka. Humboldt
Eldcrton Shasta
El Dorado El Dorado
Elk Grove Sacramento
Empire Ranch Yuha
Eight-Vile Corner San Joaquin
Etna Mills Siskiyou
Ferndale Humboldt
Ferry Point M Norte
Fresno Fresno
French Corrall Nevada
Fremont Y ola
French Gulch .Shu&tu
Eiddletown Amador
Folsom Sacramento
Forbestown Butts
Forman's Ranch Ban Joaquin
Forks of the 8almon Klamath
Forest Hill Ilacer
Forest City Sierra
Foster’s Bar Yuba
Fourth Crossing Calaveras
Fort Goff Siskiyou
Firebsugh’s Ferry Fresno
Fairplay El Dorado
Fort Jobes Siskiyou
ff'lroy Santa Clara
Grafton Yolo
Grand Island Cclusi
Garden Valley El I tor ado
Garrotte Tuolumne
Grass Valley Nevada
Green Springs Tuolumne
Greeuwootf'. LI 7-<f>
Georgetown Ei Dorado
Globe Ranch .Nevada
Gihsonville Sierra
Gwln Merced
Gristly Rear House Placer
Gristly Flat El Dorado
Goodyear’s Bar Sierra
Grove City Tehama
Hoopa Valley Klamath
Happy Camp Del Norte
Hermitage Mendocino
HcaMsburg 8onoma
Haywood Alameda
Halfmonn Bay San Mateo
llicksville Sacramento
Humbug Creek Siskiyou
Hamilton Butte
Hansonville •••«...< Butte
Henly Siskiyou
Holden Ferry ...Sun Joaquin
Honcut Yuba
llornltas Mariposa
Hitchcock’s Ranch El Dorado
llorr’s Ranch Tuolumne
Horsetowa Shasta
Hay Fork Trinity
Haran Trinity
lllinois'own Placer
lone City .Amador
Iowa City Placer
Indian Digging* El Dorado
Indian Gulch.... Mariposa
Indian Spring* Nevada
Jacinto Colusi
Jacksonville Tuolumne
Jamestown Tuolumne
Jenny Lind Calaveras
Johnson's Ranch Sutter
Jayhawk El Dorado
Kelsey’* .El Dorado
KeysvUle Tulare
Knight’* Ferry San Joaquin
Knight’s Valley Napn
Kingston Fresno
Los Angeles Los Angeles
Little Lake
Lakeville...... ..Sonoma
Lexington Santa Clara
Lafayette Contra Costa
U Grange 8tan!slaus
La Porte 81erra
Lancha Plana Amador
Leach's Store Fresno
D?»'*on Trinity
Jl* 0 "; ......Placer
Little York Nevada
Dong Bar Yuba
Lower Lake Napa
Lynn’s ToBey , Tulare
Liberty. San Joaquin
Lockforrf. Ran Joaquin
LongrHIe Pfeeaa*
Martin’* Perry KIWth
Monte Loa Angele*
Mendocino-,,.,.. Mendocino
*•**«» Santa Clara
Mlailon San Joae Santa Clara
MeCartyaelUe Santa Clara
Mayfield Santa Clara
Monterey Monterey
Mountain View Santa Clara
Marietta San Joaquin
Meadow Valley Plumas
fOBtomet
Merced Fall*
ZSZ:::::::::::
MerjrerHIe
Mtxwell'i Creek...
Michigan Bar
Michigan Bluff*. ...
Wilier ton
Mill Valley.
Minertrllle
Mokelainne Hill....
Monroeville
MeasicvUle
Milleville
Montezuma ......
Moore• Ranch... .
Moore's Flat
Mormon Island... .
Mount Ophir
Mountain Ranch...
Mokelumne City
Mountain Springs..
Mountain Wells....
Mosquito
Murphy's
N&tividad
New Almaden ...
Napa
Nealsburgh
Nevada
Newtown
Nicolaus
North Bloomfield..
North Branch
North San Juan ...
North Columbia....
Oakland
Orr’s Ranch
Omega
Onisbo
(hi ion Valley
Ophirrllle
Oroville
Oro Kino...........
Orleans
Oregon House
Ousley’s Bar
Pacific
Punta Arenas......
Petaluma
Pacheco
Ps«cadora.........
w • (00. V . . ...
Prairie
Patterson
F«*«-r*U.**k. rt
‘IWI'ltie
Pilot llill
Princeton
Pine drove.
Poland
Poverty Bur
Plum Valley
Plumas
Quartz Valley
Quincy
Redwood City
Rattlesnake
Red Bluff*
Red Dog
Richland
Rich dutch
Rio Seco
Rio Vista.
Rock Creek
Rockville
Rough and Ready..
Round Tent
Reynolds’ Ferry
South Fork
Han Bernardino....
San Diego
Han dabriel
4.
Han Lui* Obis|H«....
Santa Clara ........
Santa Barbara
San Rafael
Santa Rosa
Sonoma ,
Stony Point
Smith's K.*nrh
San l/eandro
San Lorento
San Pablo
Salinas
Han Juan
San Jose
Santa Crua
SearuvlWe
Hoqurl .
San Antonio
Sheldon
St. Helena
St. Louis
Salmon Falls
Sacramento
Falfbury'*
San Andreas
San Franrtaro
Sellon's Ranch ....
Spanish Flat
Staples' Ranch
Fh**ta.
Strawberry Valley. .
Shaw'* Flat
Sawyer’s Bar ...
Sevastopol
Secret Ravine
Fweetlatid'*
Hciad Valley
Spelling's Ranch.
Springfield .
Stockton
Sonora
Scotlftburg..
Scott's River
Suisun City
Starr
Sutler Cm k
Table Bluff
T*-n>ecula
TnnUiad
Temeaeal
• Toniales
Table Rock
Tule
Tehama
Timhuetoo
Tnnity ..
Trinity Centrr
Thompson • Flat...
Todd's Valley
I'kiah
Cncle Sam
I’nionville
1’iqtrr Clear Ukr .
Vacaville
Vallicilw
Vallejo
V irginia
Visalia
Volcano
Viola
Warner*# Ranch...
Windsor
Wood side
Walnut drove
Western
We«t Point
Wcaverville
Whisky Creek
Woodland
Woods’ Ferry
Wyandotte
Wyatt’s Stare
Watsonville
Yankee IIHI
Yankee Jim’s
YreVa
Yeomet
Yolo
Yuba City
rorrrv.
Merced
.Mariposa
.. Contra Corta
Yuba
Mariposa
Sacramento
Placer
Fresno
Calaveras
Trinity
Calaveras
• Coins!
Trinity
Shasta
Tuolumne
Tehama
Nevada
Sacramento
Mariposa
Calaveras
....San Joaquin
Placer
Nevada
. .Calaveras
Calaveras
Monterey
Santa Clara
Napa
Placer
Nevada
F.l Dorado
Sutter
- Nevada
Calaveras
.Nevada
..Nevada
Alameda
... .San Joaquin
Nevada
... •. Sacramento
Plumas
Placer
Dutte
Siskiyou
Klamath
Yuba
Yuba
Humboldt
Mendocino
Sonoma
. ..Contra Costa
Santa Crua
Yolo
Nevada
T*V*c*,
Butte
El Dorado
Colusi
Amador
... San Joaquin
Calaveras
Sierra
Yuba
Siskiyou
....... Plumas
......San Mateo
Placer
, .Wv\s*%
Nevada
Sacramento
Calaveras
Butte
Solano
Tehama
Solano
Nevada
Nevada
Calaveras
Humboldt
S«*n Bernardino
San Diego
I.ns Angeles
Mendocino
San 1-ms (Ih.-po
.Santa Clara
..Santa Barbara
Marin
Sonoma
Sonoma
Sonoma
Sonoma
Alan eda
Alameda
... Contra Carla
Mofrterey
M*«f*»erey
... Santa Clara
.Santa Crua
.......San Vlatan
Santa Cruz
Vlontrrey
Sarrano nto
Napa
Sierra
El Dorado
Sacramento
Sacramento
Calavuas
San FranHrro
Yuba
El Dorado
San J- a«|iiiii
H<a«ia
Yuba
Tuolumne
Klamath
Napa
Placer
Nevada
Si«kiyou
Merced
Tuolumne
.... San Joaquin
.. . Tuolumne
Ft non
Siskiyou
Solano
F Dorado
Amador
Hupdaildt
San Diego
Klamath
San Dieg,,
Mann
Sierra
Tala re
Tehama
— Yulia
Trinity
... Trinity
Butte
Placer
Mendocino
Napa
Napa
Solan#
.. Calar.-ras
Solano
hiiir
Tulare
. ...Amador
. .Sacramento
. . San Diego
Sonoma
. . San Mateo
. .Sacramento
.. .Calaviraa
Trinity
Shasta
Yolo
San Joaquin
Butte
M*rip«*a
...Sunt* Cruz
. , Butte
Placer
.... Hi«kiyou
M Dorado
Yolo
Sutter
OREGON.
pout omen.
Albany
Amity
Applegate
Ashland Mills
Aaron*
Aurora Mills
Helpaaai
HlooroingtoD
Itridgepnrt
liroekville
lirownaville
llutterville
Champoeg
Clatsop
Central
Cincinnati
Cowallis
Cottage Grove....
Cow Creek
Dalles
Mfai
Danville
t/ardane))s
Dayton
Deachutea
Diamond llill
Empire City... ..
Elk ton
Eeola
Etna
Eugene City
Fairfield
Franklin
Freedom
Forest Grove
Galesrille
Glad Tidings
Grand Prairie
Grand Hondo
Harrisburg
Hillsboro*
Independence
Jacksonville
Jeonyopolia
Kellogg’s
Kirby ville
King’s Valley ....
Lafayette
lAtshaw’t Mills...
laiurel
Lawn Arbor
Lebanon
Leland
Lexington
Liberty
Long Tom
Luckimutte
Mdwaukie
McMinnville
McKenzie’s.......
Mount Hood
Mount Scott
Monmouth
Montyawania
Muddy
Myrtle Creek.*,...
Needy......
North Canyonvifte.
North Yamhill....
Oakland
<*e*0B City
Osceola
Oswego
Portland
Parkersrille
Peoria
Phoenix
Pleasant Hilt
Port Oxford
Plum Valky
Randolph
Rattler
Rock Point
Rickreal
Rosebnrg
Round I’rairie
CotXTY.
i.inn
.... Yamhill
.... Jackson
....Jackson
Clatsop
Marion
Marion
I*»lk
Polk
Washington
I.inn
..... Marion
Marion
Clatsop
Linn
Polk
.. Braton
Lane
Wasco
Polk
Clack tuns
.... Yamhill
Waaco
Linn
Cooae
L'tnpipia
Polk
Polk
Lane
Marion
lame
lame
Washlon
Douglaaa
Clnkmas
Lane
Polk
Linn
Washlon
Polk
Jackson
Benton
Umpqua
Josephine
Benton
Yamhill
Linn
Douglaaa
Polk
Linn
Jackson
Clatsop
Benton
Lane
Polk
Clackmas
Yamhill
Lane
YamhiW
Douglaaa
w,.Polt
Washlon
Yamhill
o...-. .Douglass
Clack nuts
Douglass
Yamhill
Douglass
Clackmas
.. .Multnomah
Clackmas
.. .Multnomah
Marion
Lion
Jackson
..Lane
Curry
Polk
Cooae
.... Columbia
Jackson
Polk
Douginas
Douglass
j piwt orncK. . cu ktj.
Salem Marhm '•
Kandy Clack rti«, .
Salt Creek Fulfil'
Baniram City.. Mario#
Hcki Lina
Sciittabnrg : Uin|iq„*
Silverton Marion !
Slate Creek J"ae,thh» i
Rpencer.. Un
Spring V alley Yamhill • '
Steilacoom Ciere*
Si. l/mia Marion
St. Helen'* Columbia *"
Starr’i 1’nint. Henion
Sublimity ...Marion
Snialau .. i: j Lane
Syracnee ;..,.... s.:: Marion
UmtiqiluCity, Umpqua
Yalfontes • V ...KS
Williamsburg,;. i.. Joaephiaa
Wapalno Waahtuo
Willamette Fork .. L* ne
Willamette i.Vamhlll
Waldo Joaepbioe
Willamina. ....... it Yamhill
Wincbeater lionglaaa <
Wilben Douglas*
Yoncalla Umpqua '
WASHINGTON TERRITORY.
post orrtca. cot'VTr.
Acadia Snwmiah
llaker'a Tburaiuu -
Heater Thurston
lloraport Lewie "
llrirceport Cbebali*
Canaemah Clacknnma
Caaradea
Caatle Rock Lewi*
Calhlaniei Wunkiahum'
Chrhalia Point CliebolU
Cherbourg ..... .C'Ulam
Cedartille ChahaUa
Claquatn Lewtf '
J. ,
Thurston
hbei a binding.
S»Wa Ua&eg.
k rtnthn......... Pfercc
Fort Colrille. Wall* Wall*
Fort Stereos Thu rum,
Willop*..... Clieliali.
Grand Mound Thurston
JJlgliland. Lewi*
Hood a Hirer CUekamaa'
laike Hirer Clark’
Miami Prairie Thuraton'
Monlicello Cowliu
Motitvaano Chrhalia
New Duncenesa C'laUm
<»ak Harbor |„|, n "
Oak P«*int Thurston'
Oakland Saw onab'
Olvinpia Thurston
Ovalernlle Pacific
1’aeitie City Pa«*fc
t"rt lhacorcry 0*1.*
I*nrl Ludlow Olark
Port Madison [Kiimt,
Port Townaend JefTenmi
Port Orchard Kitano
Port ..
Hock land Skamania
Snuuder's Fra if Hr
San -loan Wlialci.lu
Scatter Creek Thun ton
* Sea bee Kilaon
Seattle K m .
Skoklllll Cllllek Thurston
Skokomiah Sawnnah
Spann* ay I'lcrc,
T.-ekalet Cbehalla
Chrhalia
\ anmtirer Clark
Wailepta Waila Wall,
Waalmgal tllark
Whatcom Whateoai
Wynokre Chrhalia
I tin Tlitireiiu
NEVADA TEBBITORT
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Unit's 'I ilia i 'ora.hi
Cur-oiii Cur (Virgin
•»**n*m t'areoer
K>>rt Churchill < '«rson
l-»ke Vtiller ('arson
Silrrr Ciir <'arson
Virginia Citr * Carson
I>e nioc raf lr Ml at e Central ('•an ml tie*
Atamft.i— .Waiwta—W. J. Il«nn
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J ftayYs. Jr ,%,rru— John J W iino.
Ifurrt’^r W MhA M‘kit/i>u—J. Dtid ry.
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J/' Jn.i {tinnia ft ,- Uitherky.
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Jiilm n . Host. .Sell* Frit nW«S»-'
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Siter>tpr,,ntu — K I |t«ria.
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1 T'-init* —MnC H«rd
l». I. MftiiMrti, TuifJutnnt—
tiro I* tiiltta. A S. Kranriara.
Sint Br muni inn— Tulnrt~~\X n. B. P«rt
R J A Urn. )Wo-J <1. Af'irphj
jn, n - Yuho-J.A Mc^Nadr
C. I. Benedict. A. J. Kvalt.
Conuty Central CommICtae.
Plarerrllto.. Ike ?. Oiaimoa
tepr-riin• **»at Ci. W. iluoUr
WSHiOok Ham! Hparkt
t 'ottmta 4i* W .
Hiantond Sprinjr* Ilmry Ijkrtia
Mountain C. C. Air Lena
ilif Bar J*n M • Ktui
8mIhmmi Fall* . D. M Boyd
Mini !*pruifra T. !* Unrarj
t»»**ir*etnwn....... K II Wataaa
J. J Uwyrt
Coaumne* J. It Raokm
c ot UTS OF KL DOKAUO COIITT*
|if* i TK!j T i ill 1ST — H«o K K Hon Ju-lgr
Pnt'.fi rtcrl Brilir T*nn» r. n,n>- *.*•*• op t*r «pc
M. fi.la > * of t. ••ru*r> Ai*-1 M*y. niad Uir«l Mottdhti *Tia
*b'i .V.Ofiutwr.
fiH'MV •■nT'KT-Hia J»«h Moirifl Judgr Tk
Fattra. Ortl-kald* ita refulM Ttrai 1st. tbc trill
Jitliurt si*r »»,.1 J<l egihef.
, u l BT 'll’ st.v<lu\,>»-H‘«i Jaatr* Jelntr*.
(<«• r Kt-sltl ar.-l ttirsin t all i>*tn.illt Jll
aii't Tliott.** H I'aueti. Ceil—it* ri-fiuUr lent
<Jr»t Mirftitni * i.f Marrh July aa4
I'RiiHtTf. t'iil'KT—!l<*a Jimet Johtim-a. Jnlgt: 1
H Pattro. « l« rk—WM* rrgtitaa lrrina* aaa r»artii I
•f each oioath.
HOARr* or Sri'KHVIAORH— C.tmrgt W. th
R. N. Mnei u4 Z. Pm«v -Tbrnwi H. r*lM. Ck
tiold rcg'jfcr mrvtitig* on rt»r ftr*« «s*4i* of earn »<«U.
Hlaccrwftlle Poat Ofllrr.
T11F M AIIJ 1 for Sacramento. San Fran**iv®»M
for all part* of this State, close ererj day at tMi
ollire at y o’clock, P.M.
The malls for the Atlantic States, and Earapf*
close at this office erery day at 12 o’clock M.
The Mails for Orefnn ami Wa*hiugton Territarf.
close erery day at 9 o’clock P. M.
The Mails for Griaaiy Pint close at this
erery Wednesday, morning at 6oY!ock.
The Mails for Newtown close at 6 o’clock, A. li
on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Friday*.
The mads for Cedarvlll* and Indian PighF
cr>'*r iti o'rt ct&rk A'. M. % erery Monday and Fridsr-
The Mails for Cold Sprtaf* and Cofoma clo#ee»
err day, t Sundays excepted > at 8 o'clock.
The Kelsey. Spanish Plat, and (Jeorpretown Mail*
close Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays •* tk
o’eloek P. M.
The Mails for Carson Valley sod Salt Lake 0*7
clo*e fvery day at 12 o'clock M.
OPPICK HOCKS.—From A.
M.; and from 1 till 6, P. M.. (Sundays tictb*^
On Btntdays—Prom • until 10. A. M.. in*.* *
8 unlit 4 P. M. P. M W. H. BODG EB8, P
COUNTY HEPHE8ENTATIVBS.
Senators—(not elected this year)—A. 84. C. Dear*
u. llarrey.
Meinbera of Ihe Dean, J. fra* 1
J. 11. Dennih II. 0. Parker.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
County Judge Janie. Joh*»*
kw™i Attorney.,.. . .Joh»*»'
Sheriff Alex. I
County Clerk Thomas B.
County Collector . . . . . . .. . '7. J. M. lip*
Wild*
County Recorder Stephen
County Treaiurar .J. L 0
County Vmr *eo. McDofe
Public Admlntatrator .W. «. Oft**
t-ounty ......-B~
Superintendent Common Schools' ..... M. A. Ly*J
County Coroner W.
TOWNSHIP OFFICEHS.
Bio Bam Township.— Road Overseer, James
Justices of the Peace, E. D. Roach, A. W. He**®
Constables. Joseph Corfli, John Tearnej.
Ooloha Tow kbh ip. —Road Orerseer, D. A.
Justlcy of the Peace, George A. Douglas*,
Gibbs; Constables, John Curtis, PatTreeney.
CostJMum Township.—Road Orerseer, E. H. Rteb***
son; Justices of the Peace, J. c. Lock, John
ConstaMee, M.ff. tentek, C. r. Peck. -
Diamond Bpsingm Township. —Road OrerseetyCf'
Tonng; Justices of the Peace, John Fleming, A**
8f inbuttle; Constables. Juo. W. Kejrser, J«#«P**'
Smith.
Gsorgktown Township.— Road Overseer, A. \
Partes; Justices of the Peace, E. L. Smith, AJ
Spaulding; Constables, James Hussey, T.
Township.—Road Orerseer,
Ghsknwood Township.—Road Overseer, Oto-
Freeman ; Justices of thrf Peace, P. A. Horsbie** 1
J. I. Moore; Constables, Titos. F. I*ewis, •*
Smith. f ,
Kklsit Township.— Road Overseer, 'R.
Justices of the Peace, L. Boraeroan, H.
Constables, James H. Hughes, Joltnsew <
Mountain Towkwmp.—Read Orerseer, WiHiam
Justices of the Peace, Wllflam Knox, O.R. I
Oonslablea, A Smith, J. H. Rader:
M?o 8iun*osTownship—Rosd Overseer, 5. GOm**
Jhmtiees of the Peace, James McCormick,
Palk; Constable#, C. T. Reussln, Jos. *.
PtACntviLLN TownswtP. —Road Overseer, John
Justices of the VRaee, John Bush, 0. W.RM»'
Constables, A’. 8 hn on ton, R. K. Emmerson.
Salmon Pall»> TBsssmass—Road Orereeer, C«J
Green; Justices of the Peace, R. K- Berry#***'
Smith; Constables, Nlttfan Oskes,
•on.
Whits 0»* ThwNwrrr.—RbaJ Orereeer, P»* "J,
ft hit* vms iTiwNwrrr.—noaa uvereevr, *•:. j
m.m; Justices of the Peace, George BrantaU#
Rodahsu*; Constables, J. 8> Nvalan, E. Branded

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