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THE PLACER HERALD.
AGENTS. . B. 11. Dodson. Sacramento City, ai the State Journal Office, on K Street. Th umas Bo vet;. San Francisco, Xo. 07, Merchant street. WELLS. FARGO * CO., an,l the PACIFIC EXPRESS CO. are oar General Agents for Placer County:. Advertisements. Job Work or Subscrip tion* to the H rald. left at either of their offices will promptly forwarded to us. From the Springfield Republic. The follow ing specimen of Yankee wit anil Yan kee poetry appeared some forty rears ago in Con necticut. It is too good to be lost: Awhile before the amputation fil this from Britain's warlike nation, A Sußield* Yankee, somewhat w itty, A peddling went to New York city'. I need not. to the knowing, tell " bat Jonathan took down to sell; For nil should know that Slu (field staple Is bowls and dishes made of maple. He travi led all the city o'er. In every house and everv store, In every street in every square, Jonathan tried to s ( 11 his w are; But all in vain! I'll tell yon why A sapient reason—non - would buy. I ntld yon Jonathan had w it. So he on this expedient hit. To sell his ware and fill his purse; It was better to do so than worse. • • • • • • Some l>r:ti>h • i bips of war wore there, >iream‘T* ia the air; Their *a!U all l>ent. atvl every day Expecting: to put out to sea. * • ••••• The Yanks e got—but how's a mystery, i !?'• not r vealtnl in any history.) A tit'.il officer's suit throughout. And w h n inns he sallied out. And with a bold air t merchant's store Kntend. where ho bad liecn tiefore. "h n thus quoth h ■ "Our cemm-xlore wishes A quantity of wooden dishes; And if you've any that are neat. I'll take a parcel for the fleet." • 'l l Vi hob sale did not recognize The Yankee in disguise. But very pleasantly replied. •T think, sir. you can l>e supplied; Although. I have none on hand Th< r ■'• -ome in town I understand, And if to mfirrow you'll send up. I'll have th-m ready at my shop.— Anything else. s>. anything more— Nothing wanted from the store.'' The Yankee, bowing debonnire. Replied—-Sir. nothing but the ware: - ’ Th u n marched as quick as an express. And soon resum'd his homemade dress. No sooner w as he rigg’d complete. Thau Wholesale waddled down the street: ••Your hick is bad, my friend. v quoth be. ••You've all your ware on bnnd I see." ■ Yes," -ays the Yankee, “and I wish ••I'd never seen a wooden dish: I don't believe I ever shall Re abb- half my load to sell." Say- Wholesale. -Friend, it all a farce is. To llrnk to sell when cash so scarce is; lie-id- - your pr'ce i- so out of reason You will not sell though you wa't the season. And yet. to oblige you. I don't care To take a portion of your ware: The off- r- out of kindness meant, If yon l deduct fifteen per cent. I'll take the load," ■■No!” says the Yankee. ••I'll neither take thee up nor thank thee; I'd oonei throw my ware away Th in fall one gr «t "bat I -ay." Old Wholesale concluded, in a trice. Twas best to give the man his price. So he paid to Jonathan his gold. Thinking bis w are already sold. ♦ « • • m m Tis said. - For mor- than half a year. The merchant's -helves w • re filled with ware: And that he cursed the British navy, For serving him a trick -o teary." « • « 9 • • The Yankee, as you well may guess, Wa- highly pleased with his success; And straight to Suffield. hom*- he hied And told his friends the trick he tried. « « • ■ • • And now. while round the winter's fire The social bowl and pipe inspire. The old man makes his neighbors stare R- bating bow he sold his ware. In Hartford C ounty Corn. Anecdote of Chancellor Kent. The lam Chancellor Kent w as one of those men whose innate dignity enabled Inm to take in good part familiarity—the result of igm -ranee ami accident. lie was exceeding lv fond of martial music; and hearing tin drums of a recruiting party, who had taken a station at the corner of the street, beat a point of war. he walked out to listen to it nearer. Insensibly he was whistling the bur then of the tune when the man of war accos ted him tiiiis; •You are fond of such music, then, my fine fellow.'’ •Yes,’ was the reply. •Well, then.' said Sergeant Kite, ‘why not join ust Good quarters —good bounty — large bounty ! Besides our Captain is a glo rious fellow! Why don’t you now i You can't do better.’ ‘Well;’ said the Chancellor, "I have one pretty strong objec#>n.’ •What i> that " a<ked the Sergeant. •Why. just now I happen to have a better trade.’ •What trade is it ?’ said the inquisitor. •I am Chancellor of the State of V. \ . •Whew 1' muttered the Sergeant. Strike up I—quick time I—forward1 —forward march !’ Off tramped the millitarv man. without looking behind him, leaving the Chancellor to enjoy his laugh at the adventure. At a Haihtny Station, an old lady said to a very pompous looking gentleman who was talking about steam communiction. ■•Pray, sir, what is steam. 7 ’, ‘'Steam, rnaam. is, ah I-steam is, ah 1 steam is—steam 7 ” knew that chap couldn’t fell ye." said a rough looking fellow standing by. “but steam is a bucket of water in a tremendous perspira tion.,’ t Winchell, the humorist, tells a story of a dog, who undertook to jump across a well in two jump*l He fell a victim to his ambi tion. There are a great many people just Jike that dog —folks who think they can jump a well in two jumps. “Husband, I don’t know where that boy got hi. bad temper—not from me, lam sure.” . . . “Xo, my dear —for I don’t perceive that ■you have lost jjtcy* A bachelor, at a recent celebration offered the following gallant ‘ Ladies sweet briars in the garden of life. ’ Capital Pumshmkxt.—To be hong around a girl’s neck till you are dead—in Jove, tfraciou*! what a glorious death! Running: the Thing in the Ground. A Know Nothing being requested to in tend a celebration of the anniversary of the landing of the filgrim Fathers, scouted the idea with expressions of the utmost contempt. “\Miat!” be exclaimed, "shall an Amen can get drunk rejoicing over the landing of a lot of d—d foreigners!" A Know Noth ing friend of ours told us the store, and he says it is even so — Ex. ‘Sam" a native of Rome.—Martin Lu ther gave this account of the order which hears very decided resemblance, in many res pects, to the present organization;—“ln Italy there was a particular order of friars, called Fratres LviorantiiT, that is Brethren of Ig norance, who took a solemn oath that they would neither know, learn, nor understand anything at all, hut answer all things with Eescio. —l Know Nothing " — Luther's Tahir Talk. The following illustrates pretty well how some people are obliged to answer questions about the Know-Nothings: acoh, vot you dink of de Know-No things.'" "I not know. \ot dosh non dink.'"’ "I dink nottinV "By tain, dat ish slmst vot I dink!” One of mt Witnesses.—An old lady was subpoenaed to appear as a witness on rather a delicate ease. She did not come, and a bench warrant was issued for her appearance, on which she was brought into court. The presiding’ judge thought it was his duty to reprimand her: "Madam, why were you not here before, 1 " "I couldn't come, sir." "W.-re yon not subpoenaed, madame:" "\es. -ir; but I wa> sick." "\\ hat was the matter, madam.'” "I had an awful bile, sir." "Upon vour honor, madam." “No. sir: upon my arm." IN FLA M A TOIt V Rft Kf M A TIS M. A geII tb• 111 ,'tII wishes us to publish the following for the re lief of suffering humanity, lie s :tv - be ha known a numlier of cures made bv ir. and all of them in a short time. Half an ounce of pulverizt d salt; ttre put in half a pint of sweet oil. Bathe th - parts affected, then a sound cure will be speed ill etfcctcd. L’/n'hh'irrih Expn -•<. The Washington Union gives an author itative denial to ail th<- stories originating with the N. V. Herald, that Hen. Uass has any toleration for the Know Nothing ) arty. The Herald ascribed similar opinions to I louglass and Buchanan, and to a member of the Cabinet—with the same faishood. Rejoicing.—There was great rejoicing at >l. Louis, on the occasion of the opening of the uhio and Mi-sb-lppi Railroad, by which means St Louis is - - nne< te i with 1 ’incinnati and the v'lics of the Last b\ a direct line of railway. TbeSt. Louis In! fl cnitains rn-arly a page in relation to the opening cer emonies of the t ea 1. The advertisement of a doctor who under takes the cure of madness, begins with the words —“Worthy the attention of the insane." If von observe a gentleman with his arm around tue ", of :l young lady, it is mor ally certain that thee are '“‘ t married. Which is the easiest of the three profes sion-—law. physic, or divinity.' 1 fivinity, because it is easier to preach that to practise. \\ lie was Adam’s first day the longest? Because there Cas no Eve. When did Absalom sleep five in a bed.' — When he slept with his forefathers. A patent medicine vender advertises lulls and ointment that will cure the worst fit of any pair of boots. . List of Post-Offices in California, WITH AM, THE COKKEI.TIOXs AMI AUDITIONS NAME. Augua Fria. Alameda . . Alamo Alvarado. . Arise l Is ■ COl .TV. Mariposa Alameda .Contra Co.-ta. Alameda , Calaveras I’* IST'I VSTEK. B. r. Whitney A. J. Uurlier , ..I. M. Jones ,11. C. Smith J. C. .Selihll'T Auhurn Placer James Dow n Nevada .Contra C'osu*. . Shasta Alpha. Antioch . American lianch Aqueduct City ~ Belmont San truncisco Benicia Bij; (yak Flat Bodega Sonoma Bottle Hill ... . El Dorado. A. Alston . .J. I>. Clarke T. A. Freeman . Amador M. S. Duller M. Flashner Solano. . T. I’. Hooper Tnolorane. .. . Jas. \\. Butler .1. M. Miller M. Jamison J. Big Bar Trinity Buck-port Humboldt Buckner Buckeye BidwelFs Bar. . . Cache Creek Campo Seco , ... Camptonville , . Cedarville Charleslianch Win. Coddiugton J. Clerk Sacramento.,.. Ja-. Buckner Yolo J. M.Ch;rl- Butte P. 'V. Woestrum .. Yolo V. McDonald . .Calaveras T. M. Pauling Vuha . S. J. Botvley . Ml Dorado Geo. 1 hatcher Butte J. F' alls Bulte John Bidwell M. B. Graham J M. Cook J. M, Gnetschiiis \. A. HuniieWtdl iViliiam Vincent .. P, (i, Lamorie Cent rev i 1 le Contra Costa Cherokee Butte Clarksville... . ... El Dorado... Diamond Springs. Kl Dorado . Don Pedro’s Bar. Tuolumne*.. Double* Springs, . . Calaveras... Downieville* Sierra Dry Creek Yuha Drytown Amador... Elliott’s lianch , Sacramento Eureka . Hum hold t W. D. Wilson William Fame . . D. C. Lewis li. F. Davis J. M. Boot .li. S. Clement ~ T. M. Dane-1 .1). Cummings . N. Not* wnre . liiehard Smith .. N. T. Noreross . James Gernon Robert McAdams J. fJ. Snealh Mr. Elliott 11, W. Bean Elizalie-thtown. Empire Ranch. Plumas Few is Stark . Vnha S. Moody Emory’s Crossing. Yuha... Fremont Yolo Fiddletown El Dorado. Forliestown Unite Forlorn Hope* Mariposa Forrest City Sierra Foreman’s Ranch Calaveras. . Fourth Crossing.. Calaveras.. Foster’s Bar Yuha. French Camp ... San Joaquin Gihsonvillc Sierra . ... Owln Mariposa, J. W. Everett .1. Spee-t . D. Townsend * Nathan Plum J. Smith tV. Henry ... S. Foreman A. C. Bentzhoof J. B. Whitcornh li. \V. Noble ,C. Cnnnigham Wm. Langhlin Garrotte* Tuolumne Cage lucker Georgetown El Dorado A. M. Stowe Gilroy Santa Clara A. C. Everett Goodyur’s Bur Yulm Julius Meinhardl Grafton Yolo A.Cpdegraph Gra-s Valley Nevada E. Matlliewson Green Springs Tuolumne J. D. Tabor Greenwood. .. El Dorado . C. C Brady Graml Island Coins! Thorn** Eddy Garden Valley El Dorado, Sam i Stewart Georgian* Sacramento. J. M. Sod«e Hill’s Ferry ... Stanislaus.. *’■ "ill milton • ... Butte IDS* Patton lion* Ranch Tuolumne. .G. D. Dickinson Shasta O. \V. Baker Placer B. Biickell Mar.posu.. J. N Morton LI Dorado.. . J. W. Gilbert .Calaveras J. 11. A hunt Placer j. Colgan Amador IVm. M. Rogers Tuolumne... . G. P. Kcvs Tuolumne li. A. Mantis Sutter W. E. O'Kear San Joaquin. Geo. M. Dent I’lacor ... G. W. Applegate • Stanislaus L. M. Booth .Trinity C. Wood Butte W, P. Mayhevv I.os Angeles. ,W. li. Osborn • Mariposa 11. Carroll Manposa, J. M. McNamara Contra Costa Hiram Togg uha P. W. Keyser Mariposa. ..G. W. Coulter Placer I’. Hitts Sacramento.. .M. Hamilton Santa Clara.. . J. Otlison - Alameda J. J. Vallejo f alaveras Jamesß.McKlddt Monterey, Wm. Curtis Tuolumne J. T. Hoyt I-os Angeles .Ira Tin •inpsnn . .Cidusl ... George Eastman Colusl K.H. Pratt Placer . . . .1. Barron Mariposa J. H. Miller Santa Clara .lacoli Shnmwav Sacramento. i>. A. Knea.'s El Dorado J. W. (Ticlilield ■Calaveras A. H. Stevens t. alaveras \\. E. Me Del mot t ..Napa Nevada Sutter. . . . Calaveras. Placer . El Dorado. . Sierra .Tuolumne Placer. . Siskiyou. ■ A latm da . . Yuba Butte... Sacramento Placer. . Yuba . Calaveras. Sonoma . W. B Eaton 'V. H, Eadieotl T. A. Bussell Ed. T. Lake A. C. Neal W. Eishei .J.C. Lewis MeCormiek . ... G. White (I. 1!. Coe T. Gallagln t Peter Rice R. S. Garland C. T. Howell Daniel li. Curtis E. S, Gavei K. H Hoerehnet S. W. Brow n Horsetown lllinoistown Indian Gulch ... Indian Diggings. lone Valley lowa City." Jackson Jacksonville,... Jamestown Johnson's Ranch. Knight's Kerry,, Lisbon Lagrange Lewistown Lasseus Eos Angeles, Millerton Mariposa Martinez Marysville Maxwell's Creek. Miohiiigan Bluff. Michigan Bar.,. Mayfield Misson San Jose. Mokelumne Hill. Monterey Montezuma Monte Moon's Ranch, Monroeville Mountain Spring Ml. Ophir Mountain View Mormon Island , Mud Springs. Murphy's McDermott Bridge Napa Nevada Nicolaus North Branch. . Nealsbnrg Newton Nelson Creek , . • I'Byrne's Kerry Oro City Ottiliew a .... Oakland Oregon House Oroville Obispo Ophirville.. ... Park's Bar Pleasant Springs. Petaluma Pilot Hill PI icerville. I'ti tall Patterson (Juarlzbiirg Red Blurts.. Rough and Ready Round Tent Rattlesnake...... Russian River Sacramento ~, Strawberry Hill. Sierr i. ... Sutler Salinas Salmon Kails San Bernardino. San Andreas San Gabriel San Pablo St. Louis .® .. Secret Ravine., , . Smith's Ranch. Stockton San Francisco.. . San I >iego San Jose ... San Juan San Lorenzo San Leandro San Eon's Obispo. San Pedro San Rafael * . San Ramon . Santa Barbara Santa Clara Santa Cruz Santa Rosa Shasta Shaw's Mat Snell logs Ranch Sonoma Sonor i span -h Elat Staples Ranch Steinbi rger's Snisun Sutter Creek. . . Tom ales Tehama Texas Hill TritPdad Trinity I'n'ontown Vacaville Volcano Vallejo Valecito Vi salsa We.-'Tti ...... Wa-nington Watsonville. . . ... Wenverville. \V oodside Yankee Jim's, Yolo Vreka Yuba City... Fo «!»»■ LADIESof CALIFORNIA. DR. E. J. CZAPKAY, late in the Hnngiuian Revolutionary War. Chief Physician*tiPlhe 2D; h Regiment of Hon veils. Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Peslh. Hungary, and late Lecturi r on diseases of urinary organs and dis ease- of women and children, invite- the attention of tlii* -ick and afflicted females, laboring under anv of the various forms of Diseases of the Brain, Lungs. Heart. Stomach, Liver. Womb. Blood Kid nevs? and all diseases peculiar to their sex. The doctor is effecting more cures than any other Phy sician in the State of California. Let no false delicacy prevent you, hut apply immediately, and save yourselves from painful sufferings and pre mature death. All married ladies whose delicate health nr other circumstances do not allow to have an increase in their families, should call at Hr. L. J. C/.apkav’s Medical Institute. Armory Hall, cor ner of Sacramento and Montgomery streets, and they w ill receive every possible relief and help. The Doctor's offices are so arranged that lie can ho consulted without the fear of molestation. II de sired. Hr. C. will visit the ladies in their resi dences. All consultations, by letter oi otherwise, free. Address to HR. L. J. CZAPKAI , Medical Institute. Armory Hall, Corner Montgomery and Sacramento streets, o ; i>._my ' r Ban Francisco. . El Dorado \, J. Bails. HI Dorado .A. M.Thatchej Solano Elijah Syloi Nevada E. I*. Trim \ . . . MaripoSa. James Gainer Shasta s. Bradway Nevada E. li. Wiuam ... Nevada . . Placir T. Wood , , . .Mendocino 11. G. Heah .Sacramento Perris Format: aba .J. Bonlmr • ■ Sierra M Rebel . Sacramento H. E. II i-tingi Monterey I. B. 11 i I .. El Dorado J. Downei . San Bernardino. H.N.Thoma; ... Calaveras C, L. Sweei Eos Angeles. . T. Bnrd cl Contra Costa A. li. Bate. Sierra W. P. William: .. Placer .... Mr. liar Sonoma W. Smtil San Joaquin P. E. Come i . . San Francisco .0. L. Wcllei San Diego , George Lyon •Santa Clara J. W. Patrick .. Monterey. .. , Patrick Breei ... Alaineda John Wool Alameda W. Van Wagner San Louis ()hispo..TJ Han ey I.os Angeles Goo. Abxand' I Marin S. .1. Kidrnori . Conln Co-ta Win. Russel! ..Sum • Barbara G R. Fi-hei . Santa Clara . . F. Coopei Santa Cruz. • 11. J. Shari , . Sonoma, .T. G. Ilalmmm; . . . Shasta . . , J. Li mor Tuolumne J. A. Lank Mar Sonoma Titoliimm El Dorado -tan Joaquin San Francisco Solano . . . . I'alaveras. Marin Colusi Sacramento Klamath Trinity . Humboldt Solano, Amador .Solano Calaveras Tulare. .. . Sacramento Yolo.. . . Santa Cruz Trinity 11. Schioedi . Midi G. \v”. Paine S. S. Richard .1). J. Staple G. Tlmichi W. S. Kyi 11, • 'modal Mr. Beimel (»erv . .... J, Clarki E. C. I>arlin C. Le A. H. Mnrdoc Wm. Hoote George Mad ir J. i!. Frisld Geo. M. Mnrra J. I*. Major A. 11. Whit A. Wnrrin E. Th ri f James liaiiorin San !■ nine boo; M AParkhnr Placer, . N. Hem Volo J. H. Hntti Siskiyou, ... John Linle Sutter L. Bailolc Coi.oM.v. June Ist, 1 MS. J.C. YOUNG: Dk.ui Sm —lt is with fed igs more easily felt than described, that I Ids letter, informing you ol my entire recov porn tb it dreadful scourge, seminal weakness, jplication to your book you will find my and case. Only two short months since, 1 applied to you. I could scarcely walk, •ak was my whole system. Debilitated mid ni holv I wished for death. I had tried sev >retended physicians hut daily grew worse, haiice I came acro-s one of your yalua do cal works which, upon reading, instilled hopes into my dejected mind, and I resolved , once more, and thank God (or that result.e, now a well man. rejoicing in pert.-ct health lailv growing stronger. Dear doctor. 1 shall (ail to tell all my friends of your skill, and ii wish you may publish this letter. I shall it Colomaa short time and then away to my Enclosed please find twenty-live dollars remembrance. I will send yon a good spec soon. Yours as long as life lasts. CH AH. F. WA’KSON. ■s.—Dear Dr., if yon publish the above please tliis as P. Sl;—Take my advice, all young if vou require medical assistance, jio matter your case may lie. go to Dr. J. C. I oung, and ■ini relv upon a perfect cun —and not do as I, run” to every doctor without knowing her lie was good or had, Dr. \onngcunt irid I wish every one afflicted to receive the lit of his scientific skill. Liiah. r. I YOUNG'S office is at the corner of Mont •ry and California streets, over Wells, fargo Express office, Sau Francisco. July l imy Dr. J. D. Brown’s .MEDICAL ROOMS, Corner Washington Street and Wavkrlv Ppace, SAN FRANCISCO. —O - I). DROWN, M. 1).. the only regularly tf educated and competent Physician now adver tising in California. The first Physician to cstab lish a dispensary on the Pacific coast for the cure ol inn I ados see rots. 1 Mo only ouo that can be relied upon to perform radical cures, u ml in whom you can place implicit confidence. if you have disease, you that are wise, go to Dr. J. I>. brown, and escape the misery that will surely lollow it you place yourselves in the bauds ol notorious quacks. TO THE PUBLIC! jVT OT W IT 11 ST AM) 1N( J a long and successful li experience, it is important to impress upon the minds of the public, that the celebrated rem edies of Dr. Drow n are the most valuable discov eries with which the science «t medicine has ever been endowed, and it is to those w ho have suller ed long from that terrible disease, aggravated by the murderous rotine of quacks, that we would address, as well as those who have recentlv con tracted the affection ai d wish to obtain ’imme diate and permanent relief. The remedies have stood the lest for years, and the multitude of ag gravated cases that have been cured.speak elo quently for themselves, and will always stifle the vain etlbrt of calumny or malevolence. When we use medicine, there are two objects in view. t!m one to make use of such meansaswill perfect ly ami permanently cure the disease, and the olhi r to avoid such remedial agents as are inju rious to the constitution. The preparations of Dr. Drown have never been know n to tail, and they are all composed of pure and unadulterated drugs, which may be taken at all times and under any circumstances with per fect impunity, and instead of debilitating the pa tient, rend'ring him weak and languid, as most remedies used for those complaints do, they give tone to tile nervous system—-increase the appe tite. and in a word produce a healthy action of all the organs. The Svpim.iTir Vines produces different effects in ditleivnt individuals, according to the predis position of the patient, and any ot the following symptoms may arise from the inoculation of the poison. No part of the human body is exempt from the ravages of the disease, in some consti tutions its progn ss may be slow, but sure, and without prompt and .judicious treatnient.au igno ble death will snii ly follow. l-'iist. The primary ulcer,acute and chronic catarrhs of the nr Ilia, the vagina, the eyes, the nose, the ear. the intestines, turmours ol different natures, abscesses, listulas. and excresences of the genital parts, inflamed, thickened and nlcerat d, and cancerous eye lids, Wars running Iroin the eyes, ami those organs more or less injured in their structure and func tions; the transparent corner obscured and chan ged. Ih'ckening of the glassy humour; concretion and darkaing of the ehrystaline, the lachrymal fistula. dmunition or loss of sight, iiitlainalion and ulceration e>f the inner ear, attended with more or less acute pain: the can s ol the os-elt t inclose d in the cavity of the tympanum; discharge of matt, r, of same, s. rous mucus, or ol blood from the auditory passage attend 1 by an insup portable fetid smell, continual drumming in the ears, hnrdne-s or entire loss of hear, ng; intlain.it ion of the mucous membrane which lines the mouth and nostrils, ule. ration of the roof of the mouth, tile larnyx; fnngonsness and cancer of the nos trils e.iries ol the bom s of the palate, the cartil ages of the larynx, the bones of the nose, voin r. deformity of the face, change alteration, or loss of the voice, erosion of the gums, caries, loosen ing and dropping out of the teeth, fetid -in It of the breath, the -kin covered with spots, the form, ext mt and color of w Itch vary indefinitely, mini r ousdrv or humid eruptions, with or without ilch ing. chaps and fissures, vegetations or excres nces of all kinds: the rising and loss ol the i p di rm". pinipf s and pustules on di lb r lit-parts of. lie body, the face a d edge of the hair; ulcers ot the wor t character; tumours inor • or less hard; pains al most insupportable in all parts of the body, and narliculuriy in the limbs, similar to those of gout and r'eniniatisni: painful or indolent swellings of the lymphatic glands: violent pains in the h ad: tr. mbling ol the limbs; |o?« of sleep; cough: diffi culty of I r ‘tithing; palpitation of the heart: ul ceration of the lungs; hypocondriac melancholy: tli ■ abdominal vise ra swollen or, obstructed: dropsy. liemorrage. weakness, languor, slow lever, diairlnca. cold sw eats, loss of flesh, consumption. Such are the i fleets of the. poison upon the animal economy, when once introduced into the system, saying nothing of the tortures of the mind to which the syphalitic parient is subjected. Young men why do you suffer when yon can tie relieved? Is it because yon have been imposed upon by noted impires of our city? Have your eases been tampered with until hope is destroy ed'.' Danish your fears, the means are at hand. ,\sk ami yoii shall r ceive. Dr. Drown’s success is unparalleled, and In* is daily adding new I Hi re!- to his wreath. Call at his office corner (‘Jr;i») of Washington street and Wav. rly Place. REM)! READ!! ‘■Science is not science till revealed.” DI!. DROWN is a graduate of New York Univer sity. New York Medieal Institute. Honorary Graduate of Syracuse Medical College, Ac. Du ring his entire professional life he lias devoted bi> study and attention to the treatment of venereal diseases, and the number of dilllcnlt eases that he has cured, and the gentlemanly and upright man ner in which lie conducts business, be-|e ak him a man of science and a gentleman. I alike no torious quacks, who profit by publishing false hoods and the use of low arts to entrap the unwary, Dr. Drown speaks plainly and truly. Von can rely upon his statement implicitly, and we re commend him to those w ho may lie sutlering I com anv of the following diseases: ((Oiiorrinea. Lencorrhtea. (.leet. Primary. Sec ondary or Terteary Syphalis. Strictures, .Seminal Weakness. Eruption of the Skin. Piers in (tie month or throat, enlarged Lymphatic (Hands, morbid growths. Tumors soft or hard, car-s nodes ami rigid contraction of muscles, Gonorhoeal Rheumatism. Ac. 11. C. HILL, M. D. Dr. Drown's office is situated on the corner ol I 2:ji; ) Washington street and Waverly Place, six doors above Dupont street. Private entrance and separate rooms for patients so that there can be no exposure. A WORD TO THE WISE!!! WR WOULD CAUTION YOU AGAINST oer tain poltroons who haw trio*] in vain lo In jure ni- nince I rMimed practice in tlii« city, out tlM.; r scklv efforts ami low bred attempts an-an in,lev to their mind-, and bespeaks the pnnci pies of the men whose names should b. Envy and Avarice. ’ , ~, _ , ‘•What made the men ol envy what they are. ’Twins worth in others, vilelicss in themselves; A Inst of praise, with undeserving needs. And couscous of poverty of soul, and still, it is their earnest work and daily toil, With lying tongue, to make the noble seem Mean as themselves.” Dut Non ego mordaci distrin.vi carmine quemjncein. THE MEDKHNES. s’Tl MORBUS CAUCUS, a sure remedy morrhuea, Lencorrhaja, Ac- This vul •naration was discovered by Dr. Drow n ■ years ago, and since that time it lias nsivclv used, and lias nevi r lieon known The best Physicians of San Erancisco it. and many druggists have copied the counterfeited the original, so that we iiaruntee only that wliicli is prepared ■ supervision. The Anti Mofinia in a convenient form, easy and agree ike. and none of those unpleasant 1 nl( '" ,w its ad mi nisi ration which are usually upon remedies given for these com- Per-ons who need the remedy can have o them by Express to any part ot the th full directions. Urice so. It ECO M M E N I) AT! O NS. Tin* Anti Morbus (inlictif*cured me. J. lI.S, Oiu* box answered mv |uii|)ow?. A. M. I*. .Si vior to all ollu vr« medic?. (.’. U. U. Many ccftiljcatiH have heeu hand id ns by tlmnklul patients, with the privilege of using their names, hut the delicacy of the subject pre vents U 3 giving any ol them in full. J. D. JiHOWN, M, I). THE CHLORIDE OF COLD. TpOR PRIMARY SY I’IIAFIS.- How long have i the nn dical profession tried in vain to discov er some therepntical agent that could he relied upon to cure a disease more to be dreaded than all others combined. Some Quack Doctors ad\ertisc to cure \enerial diseases without the use of mer cury. Dut their statements are false. We have taken pains to collect the recipes of some who make a great noise, and we find that they use the lodide of Mercury for everything, whether it is proper or not and since we liml them misrepre < nting in this particular, we have reason to suspect, them and Til oinne genus" in all their pretensions. (Jentb men, there never was a remedy capable ol curing the disease without mercury, until the discovery ol the (Tilorid'* of Hold, and we submit it to the test, having thoroughly tried it. and knowing it to possess all the qualities attributed to it. Dr. Christian says:—The Chloride of Hold is capable of curing Syphalis under all its forms, and that in its general operations on the system, it possesses many advantages ovtr mercury. It is efficacious, yet gentle. It may he administered with perfect safely at ail seasons of the year, and under any complications of the disease. Persons ol t it her se\ may he put upon it with equal safe ty. the only precaution enjoined is strict temper ance. In other respects the patient is not re quired to change his accustomed mode of living. Dr. Samuel L. Mltchel, the distinguished Sur geon of N« w York, speaks in the following words: Tlie Chloride ol (lold possesses admirable vir tues against Syphalis. The patient nets well un der the operation of the medicine, with incom parably l< ss inconvenience, without the hazard of a sore month or salivation, and with very little wear and tear of the constitution. I consider the introduction of this preparation into common use, as one of the greatest improvements in modern medicine, and I wish it was already as universal as the malady it cures. Other distinguished members of the medical profession have given testimony of the great value of the remedy, the statements of whom we have in our possession. Oentlciiieii we shall be glad to set* yon at any time—we are always prepared to attend to your v\ aids. The above remedy will he sent to any person’s address who -ends the price of the medicine. Price -s 10. I'u 11 directions will accompany every package. ,1. D. DROWN. M. D. * Coiner (23(1) Wa-TTingbm -tr < t and Wav. rly June 30 3m Place, San Francisco. s?r. J. C. MEDICAL ADVERTISEMENTS. Sonora, Miiy doth. Isdo. nil. VOrXfi —I Bin tin. 1 1 : 11 • jiiat instil in tills country, and yet. only three mouths since. I hail de-palred ol' ever being a well man. Vim will recollect that in March I called upon you. a discouraged ami almost hrok’ n down man. still et ui with a complaint brought on hy masturbation anil aggravated hy the r. mains ol an ill treated vem-ival disease, so depleted that I could do no work and had no w ish to live. Away front frit nils and home toy siilhrings were Intnli i aide. Asa last release I called to see you, and your encour aging ad A ice gar e me some hope, alt bough it vi ,> s small at that lim ■. At any rate I determined lo try. lor I had evi ry thing to gain and nothing to lose in the way of health: Cor die I must as I then was. Now mark the change—from day to day 1 grew Gradually belt. r. until 1 now enjoy p fleet heullh and although I am not so strong as I could w ish, yet 1 am •rsiiisitifr strength every day. I can do now my day’s work in the mines with most of them. 1 introduce to your favorable considi ration (lie hearer oi liiis onto; lie is tron- I 1 din the sail, vay a 1 thou fill not so had as 1 w as. Cure him ;o yon have me and lie will thank yon as fervently as I do. and let mu tell you that the blessings of an honest man is worth more than a do/.‘it l< is. I. ve my r -peels to l.itlle *v ( 0.. and say to them that 1 send my thanks for the aide way t.li y prepared the medicines you pre scribed. Itear doctor, 1 have written this letter with the exp 'elation that von will publish it, for which yon have my voluntary consent, and 1 hope it will meet the eye of ,-ome snttcring fellow inor talalid that he will follow advice and consult yon at once, tin ivhy freeing himself from li is dire cal amiiv. llespietfullv vonr hnmldo patls-nt. July It my '* \VM. J. HITMAN. I’l.Ai’KiiVii.i.K, .May is, 18a.j. "JAR. J.C. YOl’N'O: Dkau Sin—Words cannot ex l) press the gratitude I fcel is due lo yon for the hi-nelit I have received front your truly invaluable course of lr. atmeiil of my ease while ] r'scribing forme, I think I cannot justify my-di without giving thi- small token of my thankfulness and esteiin. for yon have been site menus of taring my I iff, mid restoring to nn' Unit loalih wli.eh I iiad so long despair Jof lignin enjoying. I had for a long time (four years.) beets, troubled with that most dreadful scourge of young people, sem inal wi akncss or noetnroal einniissioiis, which so weakened nn l , both body and mind, that 1 was obliged to giv ■up mining altogetlu r. I consult ed one of the bent physicians (so called.) in the mountain districts, and after a eaivlnl examin ation of my ease, he gav. me m-dieiin s. I con tinued under his treatment for three months without r reivinguny benefit, in fact I grew worse from week to week, until at last I got discouraged and asked him for his opinion. I told him not lo bar to tell me the w hole truth, for 1 should rath er know the worst at once, than to live in sns pini-e. I had lost about thirty pounds of flesh, and knew that he at least could not cure me, and as I was then going on. death must soon count me as.one of its victims. 'l'his physician then told me that rny case was incurable: that 1 had heller not lake any more medicines. He said I wasin a decline which was fc! tending to pulmonary con sumption. 1 ihen despaired of obtaining any relief, and saw that unless something was done lo mitigate the complaint that I should he numbered with the dead, or what is worse, be a raving maniac, li im pelling to see one of your books, the Pocket -'l.-- culapiiis, I made up nly mind at once to cal! and consult you with the determination of trying once more lo get relief if yon would undertake Hie case. Oil, how thankful lam for that deter mination! 1 commenced taking the medicines prescribed by yon. and J am now. through their healing pow er’s, restored lo perfect health. I shall not tail to recommend you to any of my friends that require assistance, lor a man that can euro a ease as bad as mine was, can cure every disease Unit flesh is heir to, if there is life enough left in the system to build upon. Receive my must sincere and heartfelt thanks and esteem. S. M . Ilf-KsIILI'.A. July 14 my The Greatest Discovery ol (he Age. nUKAT m.bSSIN'O TO MANKIND! —INNO- U CUNT, HUT POTENT!—Dr. L. J. Czapkuy’s ITohilncticniii, (self-disinfecting agent,) a sure preventive against gonorrhoea and syphilitic dis eases, and an unsurpassed remedy for all venerial. serufulious, gangrenous and cancerous ulcers, be tid discharges from vagina, uterus and urethra, and all cutaneous eruptions and diseases. As innociilatioii is a preventitive against small pox, so is Dr. L. J. C/apkay’s I’rophilacticnm n pre ventive against siphilitieal and gonorrhoeal dis eases; harmless in. itself, it possesses the power of chemically destroying the s\philitic virus, and thereby saving thousands from being infected by tip. most loathsome of all disease*. Let man w ho appreciates health he without Dr. ( zap kay’s ITophilacticnm. It is in very convenient packages, am! will he found convenient to use, being used as a soap. IVcc. for sale at Dr L -I Czepkay's Private Medical and Surgical Institute, Armory Hall, corner of Montgomery and Sacramento streets, San Francisco. Cal. All ordres iniisl be addressed to L. J. CZAI’K.VV. M. D., Je 9-my San Francisco, Cal. Dr. £i. J. Czapkay’s GRAND MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE, ARMORY HALL BUILDING, Corner <>j .Mimhjomeri/ <(• Sacramento streets , SAN FRANCISCO. Established for the Permanent Cure <>t all Private and ( hronic Diseases, and the Sup jn'ession ot Quackery. DU. L. J. ( ZAPK.U, lute in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, chief physician to the JOth Regiment, of Ilonveds, chief surgeon to tin? military hospital ofl’esth, Hungary and late Lec tnreron Diseases t)f rrinary Organs and Diseases ei Women ami (Children, would most respectfully inform the public of California that he has open ed an institute lor the cure of chronic diseases of the Hungs. Liver, Kidneys. Digestive and Genital Organs, and till Private Diseases, viz: Syphilitic I jeers, Gonoirhea. Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Weakness, and sill the horrid consecpicnccf* of sell-abnse; and he hopes that his long experience ami success!ul practice of many years will insure him a share ol pubic patronage. Dy the practice ol many years in Kurope and the United States, and during the Hungarian war and campaigns, he i s enabled to apply the most dllcient and suc cessful remedies against diseases cd all kinds. He uses no mercury charges moderate—treats his patients in a correct and honorable way and has references of unquestionable veracity from men of known respectability and high standing in society. AH parties consulting him. by letter or otherwise, will ivoeive the best and gentlest treatment and implicit secresy. UI’KRM AToRRIHE \ OR LOCAL WEAKNESS. C DR. L. J. , late heturer on dis ea- - ol women and children, and chief Surgeon ol the Military Hospital of IVsth. Hungary, would call public attention to Spermatorrhoea or local weakness. There is not in the catalogue of human maladies one more to be deprecated then this, as well because of present distress, as the nit.mate results. The tune ol the system under its Influence is either impaired or entirely des troyed. ami a clas> of symptoms superinduced, that unfits man for the p. iTormance ol any of the ordinary dittos of life. The injuries done to the physical part of man are truly lamentable, but tri lling w hen compared to those of the censoriurn, the great nervous centre, and to the nervous sys tem gem rally. This disease which is too often consequent upon that solitary vice, self-abuse, involve patlodog’eal conditions beyond the com prehension of the uninitiated, but which are well mider>tood by the regular practitioner. Amongst the symptoms ino>t consp.cuou> arc the follow ing:-Love ol solitude, aversion to business and society. distn ssing timidity, nervous e.xciti ment from slight causes. los> ol memory, confusion of ideas, inability to reason correctly, low spirits and latitude, dullness of apprehension and inisan thropliy. These being functional d( raugements, are of the harbingers of horrid organic lesions of the brain, which profatuity, deintntiu and dealli. I or the cure of this and all kindred diseases. Dr. Czapkay has established his Institute, where all may rely with p'rbet confidence upon that skill which long experience and thorough devo tion 1 1 > his profession has given. Those who suf- I r should call without d« lay. and use the meant* b\ wlifcb they may recap'rale and live. All consultations, by b lb r or otlurwise. free. Ad-In - to DR. L. J. CZAPKAY, .Medical Institute, Armory Hall, Conn r Sacramento and Montgomery sis., Je D-my Sun Francisco. UPERMATORRIUKA OR LOCAL WKAKNKSS, M Nervous Debility. Low Spirits. Lassitude. Weakness of the Limbs and Rack. li.deposition and incapability lor Labor and Study. Dullness ol Apprehension, I." -ol Memory, Avirsiunto Society. Love of Solitude. Timidity. Self-Distrust, Di/ziiies. Headache, luvoluntai*} Discharges. Rains in the Sid<. Aifections of the Lyes. Pimples on the Laef. S' \iial and otln r iiilirniilics in man, are cured without fail by the jiMly celebrated Physician and Surgeon, L, CZAPKAY. His method of curing diseases is new, (unknown to oilers,) and hence his great success. All consul tations, by letter or otherwise, free. The attention of lie* reader is called to the fol lowing: A lady ol high landing in society, and great respectability, published a card in the Phil adelphia hispalc.h, September lltfi, IHo 1. which C as follows: •*A Card.—The umb r.-igned feels it lierdnty to e.vpr* ■- - le r heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Czapkay, for the successful cure <»♦ hers* If and child. The lath r having been afllicted by a severe attack of ‘Cholera Infantum.* was given up as incurable by some of the rno.-t c< b-braled physicians, when she call' d on Dr. C/.apkay whom -he heard vt ry favorabb* report and who, after a short period, r.‘stored il ■ child to p* rbet health. Encouraged by ihis exlraor.linary result, she sought advice In r-elf, for the sei ofnlou- malady with w hich she had been afflicted for eight years, and which will, food ihe treatment of the best physicians in lain pe and America. Hut Dr. C/npkuy has sne cceileil in affording In r permanent relief, so that she can now enjoy life, which for eight years had bet all charnn to In r. She therefore deems it due to In rself and to all sick and afllicted, to re commend Dr. Czapkay as one of the most skilful physicians within the United Slates. MRS. CAROLINE GRAY, Cor. Walnut A 7th sts., Philadelphia, Pa. A. Glaser. Notary Public, 12(1. 7th st. The following is an editorial notice in the Bos ton Dai hi Times of August sth, 1853: A SKILFUL PHYSICIAN. Dr. L. J. Czapkay has opened an office at No. Id Pleasant street, in this city. Dr. C. is an Hungarian by birth, and was connected with Hie patriotic army as physi cian and surgeon under the patronage of Kossuth. He combines with a finished education and the most relined and agreeable manners, the most ex tensive scientific abilities and -kill in his pro fession, and we feel much pleasure in recommend ing him to our citizens as a physician and gentle man. Dr. Czapkay has spent some time in Phila delphia. where he won the confidence and friend ship of those who became acquainted with him. Among his friends in Philadelphia, are gentlemen of the highest respectability, with whom we are personally acquainted. Hc hadan extensive prac tice in Hungary, before the Austrians and Rus sians compelled him to leave it for being found guilty of excessive patriotism. We hope he will receive that patronage due a man of so eminent capacity. The above are only a few of the many testi monial' w liidh Dr. Czapkay has in his possession, lull cannot publfsh for want of space. All con sultations (by letter or otherwise) free.. Address to DR. />. J. CZAPKAY , Medical Institute. Armory Hall, Corner Sacramento and Montgomery sts., Je fl-my Sun Francisco. Rlic iniatism and Fevers, TNCIDKNT TO THIS CLIMATK. can he cured J. in tli<> speediefd and sal list manner by Dociioii (V.aikav. tin; celebrated Hungarian physician.— These diseases arc treated by IT. C. in the most scientific and agreeable made, lie particularly invites tn Ids establishment those suffering from (’hronic Rheumatism, who have heretofore failed b) obliyo relief. To these suffering from Hie Fevers peculiar to this con-d. he would promise immediate relief.— t all r j consult with the Ur. lit his. Medical Insti tute. •> '» o n, Oinrr Sllltll M„ a AnntW and r. (', has tt new and efficient remedy for h and Dysentery. Call nil; consfilt; con- R tree. Office hours from !• A, M. to 91* Grand Medical and Surf; cal Institute, Hall Building, corner of Montgomery amento streets, Sau Francisco.