A Romance of Crinoline.
While we arc npon the subject of Crinoline,
It may 1* as well to tell you the adventure
which is forming the chief amusement of the
court at this moment, and which happened a day
or two ago at St. Cloud. The Duchess del’.,
one of the most crinolined of all the ladies
aljout the Empress, being in the fullest feather
for the dinner to which she lmd been invited
by her imperial mistress, was led iuto the mile
a manager by the little Count de M., a man of
great renown, but of very small stature. The
Duchess is of a tall commanding figure, and Is,
licsides, particularly liliernl of crinoline, which
she is accused of exaggerating to most incouvc
nient proportion. The doors nt St. Cloud are
not of the same mighty dimensions as those at
the Tuilerlos; and although the two Italians were
thrown wide open, it was with some dismay the
little Count beheld the work before him, when
lie compared the width of the door with that of
the crinoline of the lady on his arm 1 Just at
the moment of the passage, however, the lady
unconsciously dropped her fau—the Count, for
getful of his perilous position, confined between
the doorway, having no other fear before his
eyes but that of seeming deficiency in gallantry
and good manners, imprudently stooped to pick
it up. At that momeut the Duchess was actu
ally through the door —in order to accomplisii
this difficult feat, she was just in the act of giv
ing that peculiar swing to the left which the dis
proportion of the dress of the present day with
our domestic economy renders necessary, when,
to the utter dismay and consternation of the
whole assembly, the little Count was missed,
and the Duchess remained struggling with some
unseen obstacle which prevented her advancing.
The ogre crinoline had swallowed up the kulglit
even more effectually than in the fairy days of
old, for no trace of his former existence was
visible. The company following in pairs was
stopped, as a matter of course those who had
gone on before had already reached their seats
at the table, and turned in wonder to behold
the strange scone which was enacted at the
door, where the tall, majestic, and unusually
dignified Duchess de 1’. was capering and cara
coling with a scared and terrified countenance,
and the rest of the company pressing forward
to behold wlmt was the matter. The confusion
and dismay were at (heir height when the little
Count crept out on his bands and knees from
beneath the mountain of crinoline and flounces
in which he had boon enveloped, all flushed
and discomfited, but little disposed to smile, al
though the tittering of the company soon broke
into a hearty laugh, when the Empress, unable
to restrain her mirth, gave the signal for a gen
uine outburst of merriment, which enlivened
the whole repast, and rendered it one of the
gayest which had taken place since the depar
ture of the Emperor. Of course, this adventure
has given rise to epigrams and quolibcts with
out end, and the poor little Count Ims become
better known within the last week in the annals
of the court than by the three years' good and
honest service which lie had passed at the Tui
lcries. The Duchess, meanwhile, towers more
majestically than ever over her fellows; the in
cident has not a whit diminished the insolence
of her crinoline, which growing more prodigious
every day, completely extinguishes all the ridi
cule which tiie adventure of the littlo Count de
M. would otherwise have heaped upon her.—Pa
ris correspondence of the Ixmdon Court Journal.
A Vkteiun’s Prayer.— That old Jackson vet
crnn, Ex-Governor Reynolds, of Illinois—thirty
years a veteran leader in the democratic
ranks—is charging home on the fusion ranks.—
In a speech in St. Clair county, he said: “Now,
1 appeal to my friends, anil ask you to reflect
on your situation. You and other citizens have
the destinies of this mighty republic in your
hands, and can at the next election wield it for
weal or for woe. Is it right to sustain a party
in the north who are disposed, by a higher law,
to abolish slavery in all the slave States, or dis
solve the Union? This is the same fanatical
spirit that hung witches in olden time In New
Unglued, and sold the Indians into slavery.—
They also exiled linger Williams, and in more
modern times destroyed many Catholic institu
tions. Are you willing to aid and nssist a par
ty who will destroy the country with its wild
The abolitionists are attempting to use Fre
mont ns a tool to carry out their wicked schemes
of disunion, Fremont is u jug-lmndle candi
date, ns he does not expect to get a southern
vote. If elected, his cabinet would lie G hidings
and other fanatics of the north, nnd not a south
ern man in his councils. God preserve the
country from u jug handle President I”
Speech of a New Mexican in Congress.—'The
Hon. Miguel A. Otero, in whose favor the con
tested seat in the House of Representatives, ns
delegate from New Mexico, was decided last
week, concluded n speech in his own bcliulf in
the following eloquent strain:
“I plant my hopes upon no party platform; I
seek aid from no party sources; I rest my claims
upon its merits—upon truth, upon justice, nnd
upon thnt sentiment which will respect the sov
ereign will of New Mexico, whose son 1 am; for
I am a native there, and to the manor horn.—
1 come here, not as a successful adventurer
from the restless waters of political speculation;
I come because my people scut me. I shall on
ly return to them when you reject me. Rut
whatever your action may lie, I shall never
cease to believe and promulgate the sentiments
I have always entertained that the brightest and
happiest day thut ever dawned upon New Mexi
co was that on which she was annexed to this
Union. And I here, ns I have there, congratu
late her most heartily upon the happy event;
and hope that she, wheeling in the line of her
adopted sister Territories, and following in the
train of this bright constellation of Staten, shall,
by strict observance of the Constitution—by a
proper devotion to the principles of liberty—- by
keeping step to the music of the Union, present,
in the future of America, no mean glory, or
cause her sister States to blush, either for her
want of fidelity to the bond of the Union, or
the patriotism and virtue thut make vou one
Pl-AN FOR OlITATN’INO THE RESULT OF TIIE El
ection.—The New York Tribunt snvs: The pub
lic ivul look for the result of the' Presidential
election on the 5th of November. To enable
the newspaper press of the Uniou to declare the
result oil the following morning, it will be ne
cessary for the Inspectors of Election through
out the United States to aid the telegraphic op
erators, and for the telegraphic operators to aid
the editors in every town, village and city, and
for the editors and reporters to aid each other.
This can be done by confining their labors on
the night of the election to the Presidential
vote alone. Let the Inspectors everywhere
couut that vote first. Let the telegraphic oper
ators transmit the Presidential vote only on
that night. This plan will enable the pretis to
announce the result on the morning after the
election, even if the contest be a close one.—
We hope this plan will be adopted. No other
will succeed. It will simplify the labor, make
it easier, save time, and satisfy the people.
An- I.nterbsti.vo Question.— Whether the an
cients smoked is the question which is now oc
cupying all the learned minds of Prance and
Germany. Some pipes have boen found among
other antiquities, and all Europe will soon be
Hooded with pamphlets upon the question whe
ther the Romans, the Celts, Ostrogoths, Ac.,
blew their clouds like modern beings, mid wbat
was the weed used beside liempseed. It seems
inbaling the sedative qualities of hemp, as it
burnt on a fiat stone, was at one time the small
vice of society, In modern times, hemp has be
come a favorite remedy for some of the larger
crimes against society. 6
Coon—R is stated that James Keefe, charged
with forgery in Richmond, Virginia, while un
der examination coolly possessed himself of the
c * l ? r ?. e< ? as for g«l> chewed it up and
swallowed it in presence of the court! This
?V ffectua !’ not to "V bovel, mode of gctting.
rid of an unpleasant witness,
READ AND REFLECT.
DR. CHARLES H. TOZEE’S CARD
TO Tire AFFLICTED.
Quick Cures and Law Prices at the old established
Office, Sixth Street , Sacramento ,
between J and K, Sts.
DOCTOR TOZER wtonu 1>U» thanks to hi* numerous Pa
tients for their patronage. and would embrace thi* op
portunity to remind them that he continue* to consult on
those difficult cases of VENEREAL, which have ha filed the
skill of some of the most celebrated Physicians of the age,
and upon which he ha* never Ailed
To Perform a Radical Cure.
DR. T’« reputation a* a Physician, stand* onequaled*—
Hi* exclusive attention to DISEASES OF THE CJEN1TO
URINARY OROANS for so mnnv years, render* him j»er
fect master of KYPHIIJITIC DISEASE.
The luge nnmls'r of aggravated cases that he has per
fectly cured after they have been given up by many oth
er*, Is the onlv proof that a physician requires of hi* abil
ity. Doctor for.er would state that he can cure any and
all cases of varieties of disease, no matter how long stand
ing, or what progress the disease has made every PATIENT
can relv upon a cure.
DR. tOZKR has, it i* well known, taken |»atient* from
the very verge of the grave, and RESTORED THEM TO
PERFECT HEALTH. He would further state that he deem*
it sufficient to attract tho attention of those who might
need the sendees of a physician in all cases, hut partlcu
larly those enumerated in the advertisement, expecting
they would test my merits as a practitioner, and the re
sult of my practice ha* been thus far satisfactory to my
patients and inyself. Nor do I deem expedient to fill columns
of the nowpaper with fulsome empiric, and bombastic ad
vertisements, professing niy ability to heal all diseases flesh
is heir to. for to do that I must be something more than
MAN. bnt to give those who are afflicted with VENEREAL,
CHRONIC AND OTHER DISEASES, to understand from my
long experience, 1 am fully competent to treat them SUC
My regard for the dignity of the Medical Profession, to
which I have the honor to belong, deters me from commit
ting any act savoring of Rank Qnnckery. and regard for my
own dignity would prevent mv placing myself on a par
with Quacks and nostrum venders, of the present age.
I offer no (Jonuine or fraudulent Ortiftcotrs, or Pud* of
mv superior qualification* as a practitioner; neither do I
assume to myself MEDICAL HONORS to which I am not
entitled, but’merely ask thorn- who are diseased to read the
different advertisements relating to tho cure of private di
seases, and judge for themselves where to apply for relief.
(My Jbxim* arc so arranged that I can he consulti-d in pri
vacy at all hours of the day, from 9 o’clock in the morn
ing, until R in the evening. >
Persons with Chronic Diarrhea. Dysentery. I-non I
Weakness. Nervous Debility, Low Spirits, lassitude. Weak
ness of the Limb* and Rack, Indisposition, I/jhh of Memory,
Aversion to Society. Two of Solitude, Dullness of Appre
hension. Timidity, Self Distrust, Dizziness. Headache, Pains
in the Side, Affee.tion of the Eyes, Pimples on tho Face,
Sexual and other Infirmaries in Man, A<*. Ac., will find it
important to call on DR. ( HAS. II. ToZKR, at hi* office 6th
Strict, between J. and K, Sacramento.
(’. II. TOZER, M. D.
Public Notice to the AfHlc-tecl.
Mr. EDITOR:—-S| r : |t is a duty we owe to the public, anil
also Ih\ C. H. TOZER of Sacramento, that induces us to come
Ittfore the public with the statement we are now making.
I see that it is the custom of som* Physicians to adver
rise their own puffs, which read as though you, yourself,
hud, without any com pen sat ion, put them in your paper.
There are five of us that have been under Dr. Tozor’s care
for the last fortnight, w ith diseases of nn extraordinary
nature. One w ith nn old chronic complaint of some years
standing, from which ho had given up all liojies of Aver get
ting cured, for lie had employed several Physicians without
? lotting any relief. He was covered with spots and sores
rom his ancles to his head / and he is now fn-o from ail
appearance of disease, aud is in better health than he has
been for years.
Another of the number came down from the most north
ern mines, suffering from what is called Seminal Weakness,
lie had become so weak that he could not work from loss
of memory, dimness of sight, Ac. Ac., and will l»e lmppy to
speak for himself; if any doubt it, he can bo seen at the
nisivo mentioned Dr’s office. The other was a recent com
plaint, and was made a perl bet cure of us in six days, and
are now perfectly well and hearty. I inyself have been
troubled with a disease for the last six months, and could
not get cured in tho country and I came down to Sacra
' mento. and happy to sav, I am now well, for which I shall
ever feel grateful, for 1 think Mr. T.’s greal success is in
Ids unremitting attention, and I can n-cominend him ns
tho mo*t judicious practitioner I over knew.
W. NIXON, near Jackson; J. HAMPTON, Shasta;
II. DANNER, Nevada, M. HUDSON. M’svillo.
1 wish to inform those who may need a physician, that I
can unite with the above gentlemen, and further state,
some few weeks since, I applied to Dr. Tozer for relief, 1 hail
boon under a Doctor’s charge since last October, and was
in such a state of salivation, that 1 could neither eat a or
speak, but at present 1 am pleased to say, that I able to at
tend to my business; I am much better than I ever expect
i-d to he, aud I would like this opportunity of publicly
thanking him for Ids unremitting attention to my ense and
its perfect cure.
0. BRAMITON, near Sacramento.
Since the ulxivo names were nttaehcd, a gentleman who
resides alxmt twenty-six miles from this place, has culled
at my office, and gives his consent to the statement of his
case, if his name lx* omitted; hut, if this statement lie
doubted, I have a letter Irom him with his uame aud ad
Mr. 0 called upon me last February, and stated
that he had employed a number of physicians for the last
three years, had paid one in Han Francisco seven hundred
dollars, and had lieen perfectly swindled, and was tired of
Ix-ing humbugged. Ills case was one of three years s land
ing; it was contracted in the western country, and he sup
posed himself cured, but in the course of some months, his
limbs beenme stiff, his throat swelled, liis teeth loosened,
and sores broke out in different parts of his Ixxly; I war
muted his case as I saw he was to ho depended on. and
would pay when he wns cured. He remained under my
care one week, after which I supplied him with medicine
and ail vice; in two months, I received a letter of thanks
from him, in which he says, he has done more work this
Spring, than at one time, and never enjoyed better health.
By tliis, It can bo seen, that persons afilicted with disease
need not go beyond Sacramento City, to find relief.
1 nin to be found at my office, on SIXTH ST.. Sacramen
to, from nine in the morning, until eight in the evening.—
Persons at a distance can obtain advice by communicating
to me through the Express, and eiM-luxing ten dollars, post
paid. My office is |>erfpotly private, and all persons can be
accommndatod if they wisli to remain any time under my
j* OFFICE Sixth Steet, between J and K.. Sacramento.
C. II. TOZER, M. D.
July 2ft, IRftrt. 46-tf
QUMNOIV8. — STATK OF CALIFORNIA, County of Sr.-
VAIU, Township of Bridgeport.
Justice* Court, uoforc K. 11. FARQUIIAK, Justice of the
The people of the Htute of ('nlifbmia to W. F. J. HARRIS.
You are hereby summoned to np|»car before the uncniigiKNl
Justice of the Pence nt his office in North Sun Juan in said
Township, on Thursday the liOtii day of November, A. I).
1860, at 10 o'clock A. M., to answer to the complaint of
ANTHONY CROSBY, who has brought suit against you, in
behnlt of AARON DAVIS for the recovery of the sum of one
hundred and eighty-five dollars and fifty-two cents, as per
account and affidavit now on file in the office of the under
signed. On fuilurc so to appear and answer, judgement
will be rendered against you for said nun of one hundred
and eighty-five dollars and fifty-two cent damages and costs
of suit. «
To the Sheriff or any Constable of said County Greeting:
—Make legal service and due return hereof.
Given under my hand this 20th day of Aug., I860.
It. H. FAUQITIAR, J. P.
It appearing to tho satisfaction of the Court that the
above named del'endcnt is not w ithin Hit* State, it Is ordered
that service bo made by publication of the Summons in the
Nevada Democrat once per week for 3 months, from the
Witness my band this 20th day of August. 186fi.
47 3m K. H. FARQUIIAK, J. P.
Declaration.— statk of California ooux
ty of Nevada: ss.— Know all men by these presents,
that I, RICKK MORRIS, now of the County of Nevada, do
hereby declare my intention to avail myself of the provis
ions of the Act entitled an Act to authorize married women
to transact business in their own names as sole traders
paAsed April 12th, A. D. 1862; that tho business I shall car
ry on, or conduct will be that of keeping a Bar, selling
Liquor and Cigars, also other merchandise, in the citr of
Grass Valley, and county aforesaid, that the capital in
vested or employed therein, does uot exceed the sum of
five thousand dollars.
Witues* my hand And Sell hereto affixed, this 7th day or
October, A. I), i860. *
In Presence of her
1. I. VAN HAGAN, RICKK MORRIS,
State of California, County of Nevada : as.—Before me
this day personally, came the above named Ricko Morris,
known to me as the person whose signature 1* affixed to
the foregoing instrument who having been by me exaraiued
sc | k*rate Red apart from her liuslMiud, acknowledged to me
that she executed the same freely ami voluutarilv for the
purpose* therein mentioned, and that she executed the
same without any fear or compulsion ou tho part of her
husband, and that she does not wish to retract the execu
In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand, this 7th day
<*£ct. A. D. 1868. 1. 1>. VAN HAGAN, J. P.
htiito of California County of Nevada, I, j. H. Bostwick
County Recorder in and for said County do hereby certify
that the foregoing is n true copy of a Declaration this da'v
tiled for record in toy office.
Witness my baud and official Steal hereunto affixed this
7th day of Oct. A. It. 185tl. J. H. BOCTWICK, Recorder.
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CRU ' I ' ,rr rr ' luc . ,ipa ' raa,Jt
DE. L. 3. CZAPKAY’S
PIUVATK MEDICAL AND 8CRGICAL.
ARMORY HAIJ, WJIIItNG.
CORNER OF MONTOORERV A RACRANRNTO OTH.. HAN FRANCISCO.
KMahli/hrd for Or Permanent Cure nf all Prirale and
Chronic Mteata, and the Suppremon of Quackery.
DR. I.. J. CZAPKAY has owned his Institute for the cure
ol all forms of disease—such as 8YTH1IJ8, CONOR
RHfKA NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS, and all the
ces of selfabute. In the first stages of Syphilitic or Conor
ro-ni diseases, he guarantee* a cure in a frw 'lays, without
inconvenience to the patient, or hindrance to his business.
When a patient, hy neglect or impro|ier treatment, ha* de
veloped the secondary symptoms of Syphilis, such as bu
boes, or painful swellings on the groins, ulcers in the
throat and nose, which, if not checked, destroy the sort
parts and cause the hones mortify, seperate and come away
leaving the sufferer an object hideous to behold; or when
splothes and pimpk-s break out upou the skin, or when lie
has painful swellings upon the lames or when his consti
tution is injured so as to prerlisimse to consumption or oth
er constitutional disease, the Doctor guarantees a cure or
ask no conpensatlon.
In RHEUMATISM, chronic or acute; in DISENTAIL or
DIARRfF.A, he has snth and effectunl remedies. For the
treatment of the consequences of self-abuse, such as noc
turmil emissions, nervousness, timidity, headache, pain*
in the hack and limbs, with general weakness, loss of appe
tite loss of memory, injury to the sight, restlessness, con
fusion of ideas, dislike lor society, and a feeling of weari
ne-sof life, with the nervous system so excitable that
slight noiset shock or startle the patient, making hi* exist
ence miserable. For the atmve maladies the Doctor will
guarantee a |ierject cur* or ask no compensation. He can
be consulted, free of cliarge, and invites ail to call, ns It
will cost them nothing, and may beniuch to their advan
tage. His offices are Nos. 1 and 2, Armory Hull, corner of
Sacramento and Montgomery streets, Sail Fmnclsro.
DU- CZAPKAY is daily receiving applications from every
part of the State. Orcgn and Washington Territories, for
treatment of every form of disease, and there is not one
who will come forward and express dissatisfaction; on the
contrary the Doctor is In Unity receipt nf letters expressive
of gratitude and thankfulness, some of which are published
below, hy permission.
San Francisco. April 7, 1865.
To Dii. I.. -I. CZAPKAY, Dear Sir—Before having made
application to you, 1 had called upon several physicians,
from whom 1 obtained hut little satisfaction. 1 was told
hy one that my disease was Incurable, ami that the head
ache. dizziness, nervousness, self distrust, loss of memory,
love of solitude, wandering of my mind, and sometimes
partial insanity, were evidences of of orgaule disease of the
brain, for which medicines would he of little service.—
Having brought on these symptom* hy my own folly, I was
almost frantic with despair, when 1 suw your aivereise
nioiit and called upon you. How gnat lias lawn my re
lief' -Ml of tile nlmvc symptom* have tarn relieved, he
sides, I have recovered iny bodily health. Believing that
there are many suffering in tqe same manner, you have
my permission to publish this letter, and can refer any
one to me fur contlrnintion.
f irate fully Yours,
II. I.. THOMPSON.
Stockton, May 24, 1SSS.
j rear Sir—Having entirely recovered from mv aicknesf, I
. avail mvself of this opportunity to rot urn my thankful ac
knowledgement ■< for the relief that you have given me.—
When 1 think of the distressing laalily weakness under
which I have suffered, and the nervousness. headache,
fcarfulne**, want of confidence confusion of ideas, dizzi
ness. restlessness, weakness in the limbs, loss of memory,
dislike of society, nocturnal emissions, and many other symp
toms which had made my life miserable; I can hardly express
the gratitude | feed, for my existence had become a burthen
to me and nothing afforded me the least gratification.—
Now I feel perfectly well and cun enjoy life to my satisfac
tion. Knowing that many are afflicted as I have been,
you have my permission to make use of this us you think
proper. Gratefully yours,
To Dr. I.. J. Czapkay, Han Fianclsco.
Sonora. May 28, 1855.
Dr. L. J. Czapkay—Dear Sir—I very much regret that 1
had not called upon yon sooner, for 1 had been suffering
many mouths, during which time I passed a miserable ex
istenee. When I called upon you a few weeks since, I had
but little hope of being so speedily recovered. J cannot de
pict tbe suffering of mind 1 endured. Whilst my bodily in
firmities made me a burthen to my friends. The confusion
in my brain, timidity, the nervousness when 1 got the least
excited or alarmed, the love of solitude, want of appetite,
and weakness generally, but particularly of my limbs,
have all disappeared, as have the nocturnal emissions, and
the remains of an old disease that my folly brought upon
me. For all this 1 feel truly thankful, for to your medi
cine* and advice 1 am Indebted for the restoration of my
health. If you think any one would la* benefited by put
ling tills letter in the papers, you are at liberty to do so.
Believe me over gratefully yours,
Sacramento, May 15, 1855.
Dear Sir—Such is the thankfulness 1 feel for the preser
vation of my health of both body and mind, and I believe
of my life, that 1 hope I will not be considered intrusive in
tendering my thankful acknowledgements for restoring me
to health, and making mv life a boon worth preserving,
when it had become a burthen too great for me to l**ar.—
Victim as 1 was to a vice that had undermined my consti
tution, and developed a train of nervous symptoms, such
as nervous debility, headache, distressing timidity, self
distrust, dizziness, love of solitude, loss of memory and
want of resolution, Is'sidcs a loss of strength and energy,
which made my waking moments wretched, and my sleep
unrefreshing, and fast bringing me to thegjave; but thanks
tumour skill 1 am restored to hcnlth, vigor and energy, and
Imping to guide others where they may find relief, you
have my permission to publish this.
To Dr. L. J. Czapkay, San Francisco.
Shasta County. Gal. Oct. 14. 1856.
Mr.Editor, —Sir: It is a duty that I f«*cl that I owe to
the public as well as to Dr. L. J. Czapkay, of the city of
Sail Francisco, that Induces me to come before the public
in a manner like this. Having for some years l>ecn troub
led with the painful effects of a physical and mental debili
ty and finding myself gradually sinking down to the grave.
1 was induced by seeing the advertisement of the justly
celebrated Doctor, to call and see him several weeks ago.—
He gave me some medicine which 1 have been taking since,
and am happy to say that although not entirely recovered,
1 am much better, and believe that by continuing their
use a short time, my health will l»e entirely restored.—
How many thousands there are in California and elsewhere
who, if they would make the facts of their case known to
some physician, might soon be restored. But to be in
doubt It is at once to be resolved—and alas ! —they suffer
still. Respectfully fcc.,
Til(' follow ing is an editorial notice in tlie Boston IViih
Times of August Mb, 1S63:
A SKII.I.FU, PllYSI(TAiii*«hr. I.. J, Czapkav
lias opened liis office at No. lit Pleasant street in tliis city.
Dr. C. is a Hungarian by birth, anil was connected with
tlie patriotic army ns physician nud surgeon, under the
|iatmnngc of Kossuth, lie combines with a finished edu
cation the most reflned and agreealile mnnners. the most
extensive scientific abilities and skill in his profession, and
we feel much pleasure in recommending him to our citi
zens as a pin sleian and gentleman. Dr. Oiapkay has spent
some time in Philadelphia, where he won the confidence
and friendship of those who Is-cnme acquainted with him.
Among his friends in Philadelphia are gentlemen of the
highest respectability, and witli whom we are personally
acquainted, lie hud an extensive practice in Hungary be
fore the Austrians ami Russians compelled him to leave for
lieing found guilty excessive patriotism. We hope he will
rrcelve that |iatmuage due a man of so eminent a capacitv.
The above arc only a few of the many testimonials which
Dr. Czapkny has in Ids isisjession but cannot publish for
want of spuci'.
TO TIIK LAB1ES OF CALIFORNIA.
DU. I*. ,1. C7APKAY. late in the Hungarian Revolution
arv War, Chief Physician to the'AOtli Regiment of linn
nsts, ( hief Sorgism lo tlie Military Hospital ot Postil,
Hungary, and late lecturer on diseases of urinary organs
and diseases of Women and f'hildrvn, invites the attention
of siek and aihictad tbniak-s laboring under anv of the vari
inis forms of diseases of the Drain, Lungs. Uver, Heart.
Stomach, Womb, Uood, Kidneys, and all other diseases pe
culiar to their sex. The Doctor is effecting more cures
than any other Physician in the State of California, l.et
1HI false delicacy prevent you, but apply immediately,! and
save yourself from painful suffering ami premature death.
All married ladies, whose delicate health or other oircum
slances do not allow to have an increase in their families,
should lose no time in consulting Ih\ Cxapkuv.
The attention of the reader is called to following A lodv
of high standing in society and great respectability, puli
lislust a card in the Philadelphia Sunday Itisnateh Sent
14th. 1861, which is as follows:—
, A CARD-— The undersigned feels it her duty to express
her heartfelt gratitude to Dr. Crapkay, for the’ successful
care of herself and child. The latter having been afflicted
bv a severe attack of cholera infantum, and w as given up
as incurable by some of the most celebrated phvsiciaus
when she railed on Dr. Czapkav. whom she heard very fa
vomt.lv spoken of. and who after a short period restored
the child to perfect health. Encouraged by this extraor
dinary result, she sought advice for the scrofulous maladv
with which she hud been afflicted for eight vears. and
winch had w ithstood tlie treatment of the best physicians
in Eurois. nnd America, lhit I)r. Cznpknv has succeod.sl
in affording her peumanent relief, so that 'slic can now en
joy life, which siuce eight years had lust all charms to her
she therefore deems it due to herself, and io sick and af
flicted to recommend Dr. Czapkav as one of the most skill
ful physicians in the United States.
_ , . MRS. CAROLINE GRAY,
(orner Walnut aud 7th Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. Witness
A. Glaser, Notary Public, 126, Seventh St
Alt consultations (by letter or otherwise) Tree -
Addivss to Hr. I,. J C7.APKAY
Medical fnstltute, Armorv Hail, ’
Cor. Sacramento & Montgomery Streets, San Francisco.
Mf SPERMATORRHfEA, OR LOCAL WEAKNESS, NER
vous Debility, low spirits, lassitude, weakness of the limb,
and back, indisposition and incapability for study and la
bor, dullness of apprehension, loss of memory, aversion tr
society love of solitude, timidity, self distrust, dizziness
headache, involuntary discharges, pains in the side, affec'
tion of the eyes, pimples on the face, sexual and other in
Ormities I" men, are cured without fail by tlie instlr cele
brated 1 hrslelan and Surgeon, L. J. C7APKAY. Hismeth
1*1 olcuring diseases ami is new (and unknown to ail oth
er*,) benoe his great success. Ail consultations, bv letter
orothevwise tree. Address L. J. (YAI’KAY. W. IV, Sen
foroia. - '
the ELECTRO-CHEMICa L BATIIS
OF DR. BOURNE,
South. a.t Corner So.,acme and Commercial St*. oppo»lte St. Mchola. Hotel, San Pranel*co.
* RE effecting the most egtmordtfWWy CURES of Fever and Ago., Intermittent ami other
A of t he I.lver. Kidneys, tbe Genital and Crinary Oimtns. nlLexual Disord*.*, I aralyahi, Neural,,*, mcmu.ng
!!.!,«„ stiff Joint*, am! are a Wo employed with astonishing success m
OF THE K Y E
lloloreux, Stiff Joints, and are also employed
At o all indolent Ulcers Tumor* Swellings. Alieosaes. Cancer of the Womb, all other effect ions of the'Womb, and
Canceron's Affections generally, and Scrofula. These Baths jeem to be Nature's own chosen
Where all other means would fail without them ; and prove beyond the jessibdity of lc i r „ n
iniuuitv of Medical practice which poisons the human system by administering to it cahmH . me. ha I,_zmc
antimony, quinine, iodinv of potass. And a whole host of deadly drugs which remain in the system, and an 1A1KAI lf.li
BY THB* BATHS.
During nearly fffleen years I base never given even .. . ....... ••—- - .
or herbs and have NEVER sn a cn.se in which they were requisite if Mater Treatment was employed. Minn w II 1
i Jplc cease to Is' such simpletons as to bin- men to l>0!S0.V and HI JOiD them, while they also retain on their statute
Cks laws against poisoning, maiming, and hireling CATTi.W Are the member* of ilie human family less worthy of
protection than rn.jm.Uf 1 as«rt in tie face of this «atc and the worhi at tore*. >»<"i
a solitary dose of oil or nulls, much less any rOTSOXOUS PRCfiS
Lw and never will he, a case in which calomel, crude mercury, quinine, arsenic, lead, nne iron antimony, iodine, or
■uiv other 1*< lISOV should have l«‘cn. or lie, administered to the human system, or in which bleeding, cupping or leech
iuir wa* required: and furiher, that hundreds of thousand* fill premature graves through an ill-timed or over dose of
salt's or oil 1s t the people ponder on theso things, and if the poor and deluded victims of me<lieal rascality desire
hcallh I pledge tlie honor of one man at hast, that I will so employ NATURE’:* AOENOER of flood food. Air lure
Water.' Exercise, Cioiliing, tlio Fleclro-Chomicul Jiaths, and tin* Sleeping and Making Hours, tiiat without a , article or
NAKTY and POISONOUS mislicine, I will so arouse the jiowcrs of their systems that if there he any strength left they
shall speedilv get jierfectly well in body, with minds su expanded to the* perception of natural philosophy, ns thereafter
to cause them to set their fares against all professional rogues or fisds, and awake them to a knowledge of the evils of
entrusting their own vital interest to the keeping of others whose interest must ever lie antagonistic to their own.
Address' by letter or personally, Dr. BOURNE, M'ater Cure Physician, t-'ansome street, opposite St. Nicholas Hotel.
San Francisco, importer Into this State of the FIRST and ONLY apparatus for giving these delightful and beneficial
Electro-Chemical Baths, and whose experience in their use warrants him in a,leaking of them in the terms lie einplor*.
Thev require great caution in administering them, and Pr. Bourne Jlever entrusts that duty to others, thus avoiding
alMangi r. tIM y forges' certificates, and I’RETEXPKD editorial recommendations are published, that those
truthful statements of facts which Pr. Bourne could offer, are withheld, rather tiian any should suppose they were
merely **got up.”
Hfit ' Consultation* without charge, and charges very moderate for the benefits conferred.
tg QUICK CURE—SURE CURE—(if curable)—Is the motto of Pr, BOURNE.
V: - '
p| 0M Et:
PIONEER WATER CURE INSTITUTE,
Acufltrnst Corner of Samomeanl Cutnmeriiat Street*, opponle Ihc St. Xichola* Hotel, San Franciw.
Dr. DO I'RIVE, ‘Wafer (‘arc Pliyslr Inn,
HAVIXfl every fhcfllty for the scientific ndminUtmtion of Water Treatment. ofTern the lulvnirtaff*-* nfnatuml. rational.
ami most efficacious mode of curinar diseases, to invalids, in either acute or chronic stages «»f ttniTering, aud e.«]*c
ciallv to tlmse tailoring under the RFFSOIS EFKF/TS <»F (’.\LOMKI.. and Rnij? treatment generally.
Tliere are no nauxeouM or poDonotH medicine* to swallow or pay for. as Dr. BOERS’Edoes notadinfufalerany what
ever. nor Meed, eup or leech; so it is not only the BEST but Cl I FA PEST mv stem for restoration to health.
Rn *ln Chronic or Acute Rheumatism. Dianhenn. Dys|x*p-ia. Fever and Ajruc. Isthmus Fever, A! J. Nervous and
Sexual disonlers—in fact, in all cases, the WATER CURE Is of I'XEQI AIJ.KD VAM’E.
Apply personally, or address l»y letter, as above.
j&r r a r t i c r l a n n o t r c e .
The ■•Kills!,'in.” Digger Indian ! Turkish or Egyptian ‘ Steam Butin’'—the invention iff Ivrrbarfr mfiala—with afl
their EVII. CONSEQUENCES to Wink Bungs. I'atpitatmg Hearts, and Debilitated Digestive mid Nutritive Organs. are
N( i f M uter ( lire, and lien r no more relation to that giorfous s vs tom than does a li* irsc to a red herring not wit li standing
nil the false representations In that effect. Dr. BOURNE is the Pioneer and out. Water Cure I'livsieian on the Pacific
Coast, and is daily demonstrating his skill in Ids art with tliohfghi-st success—earing tluxe whom the medical fraternity
lin.l Iilacwl almost bevond the confines of hope; surli lieing the gonernl character iff the ease, demanding and remising
relief at his hand*, let them continue to come anil 1*0 HEAPED, ami converted to this wiser and better wav. [51-1 v
AX ORDINANCE defining the duties of Marshal and
The Trustees of the City of Nevada do ordain as follows:
Section 1. It shall lie the duty of the Marshal to en
force the ordinances of the City, and to complain to a Jus
tice ot tiie Peace of all violations thereof that may come
under his notice. He shall have |xiwor, and it shall he his
duty,to serve lawful process of a Justice’s court, 111 cases
arising under the city ordinances; to prevent the commis
sion of any breach of the peace; to suppress riots and dis
orderly assemblages; to arrest and take into custody any
person or persons found committing any act injurious to
the (|uiet and good order of the city, or property ol any
citizen; and also to arrest and take into custody all va
grants or suspicious persons whose appearance and conduct
may seem to justify their 1 icing culled to account for their
manner of living. It shall he his duty to arrest any person
committing a breach of the peace, or using any violent
threats, or creating any unusual noise or tumult to the
annoyance of peaceable and orderly citizens, and he may
enter any house in which may exist a riot, disturbance, or
other proceeding calculated to disturb the peace and repose
of the neighborhood in which it may exist, for the purpose
of suppressing the same.
Ski - . ‘2. I'pou the arrest of any person under the pro
visions of M'ction one, such person shall be committed to
the city prison, and the Marshal shall, at the earliest period
practicable, report said arrest to a Justice of the Peace
having jurisdiction of the case.
Ski . ft. It shall be the duty of the Marshal to prescribe
such rule* and regulations for the government of policemen
while on duty, as he may deem necessary for the safety
and security of the city, having reference particularly to
tires, and to report to the Board of Trustees forthwith any
neglect, carelessness, or wrong doing of any policeman
while on duty.
Hue. 4. The Marshal shall collect all fines imposed for
the breach of city ordinances; he shall collect all such tax
es and licenses as may lie established by the Board of Trus
tees, and receipt for tin* same; he shall pay over nil such
monies to the Treasurer, receiving therefor the receipts of
the Treasurer. He shall keep an accurate account of all
monies so received by him. in proper books to be by him
provided, which books shall at all times be open to the in
flection of the Boar»l of Trustees, and make and present
to the board for their consideration, a statement ol lus ac
counts, at least once a month.
Hk<\ 5. In no case shall the Marshal receive from any
person arrested, or about to lie arrested, or charged with
any offense, any sum of money or any thing of value, ci
ther as a present or a bribe.
Sue. 6. If at any time the Marshal shall deem it neces
sary, he shall have power to appoint as Deputy Marshal
any person who may be approved by the Board of Trustees;
and such Deputy, during the term of his office, shall have
and possess all the powers and authority grunted to the
Marshal by this ordinance, the Marshal being responsible
for his official acts.
Skt. 7. The Board of Trustees shall appoint two police
men. who shall hold their office for the term of four
months, and until their successors are elected and qualified;
hut the Board shall have jaiwer at any time, for good cause
shown, to suspend or remove such |Niliccmcn.
. 8. The policemen shall have and possess all th**
power and authority granted to the Marshal bv section one
of this ordinance. They shall faithfully remain on dutv
such time as the Marshal by rule shall establish, and obey
his instructions in all things relating to the police govern
mi nt of the city. Any person arrested by any policeman
while on duty shall he tuken to the city prison, and such
arrest shall he forthwith reported to the Marshal.
Skc. 9. In no ease shall a policeman receive from anv
jierson arrested, or about to lx* arrested, or charged w ith
any offense, any sum of money, or any thing of \uluc, ei
ther as a present or a hrilie.
Skc. 10. In case of the temjiornry illness of anv police
man, he shall have power to appoint a substitute, fora
term not exceeding oue week, provided a substitute shall
Is* approved by the I “resident of the Board of Trustees; and
during the term of service of said substitute, he shall \\a\c
all the powers, and act under all the responsibilities, of his
Skc. 11. The Marshal and ik>1 icemen shall rccei\c iueh
compensation for their services as mav be fixed by ordi
l*as»cd May 9, 1856.
T. II. Rolfb, Clerk.
C. T. OVERTON, President.
ORDINANCE to protect (lie City from Fire.
The Trustees of the City of Nevada Jo ordain as follows:
. EC. 1. The owners, occupants 01 lessees of any wooden
store ware house, dwelling-house, or other wooden build
'“ the city in which stoves are kept, shall cause the
pilies ol said stoves to extend at least twenty four inches
rroin the outward side or top of the building or roof and
where said pipe passes through any wooden or cloth pajiti
a'*' ,“?• or ™>f-"-hall be cased with some
" * nl f re-proof plate, leaving a space of four inches be
twe.ii the pipe and the partition, siding, ceiling, or naif
, ‘ EC \ *•, ."*• owners or occuiiauts of every blacksmith
shop, in this city, shall secure the chimneys iif such shops
*' ‘ wi F “freeu, and sheet iron drum, to catch the
starks coming from said chimneys, and shall build the said
fe;‘“ !ht l0aSt r ° UrfC ‘' t obove the roots
s 3 ; -AH persons, ow ners or occupants of stores ware
houses, dwelling-houses, or other buildings, withiu the cor
jsnate limits of Nevada, are rtsiuired to keep within or
immediately adjoining their buildings, onebanll Oiled with
water, and two buckets, to be used in case ofT ‘
•0.1 ,- v , persouor jicrsons neglecting to comi.lv
With the prov atom or this ordinance shall on com ic m
before a Jus ice of the Peace, he find in a iv sum m t ev
reeding twenty-five dollars, and in default of ,»,™,cu I*.
.mpri«,ued m the city prison lor a ten,, not exceediug Ove
fassed May !>th. ]S5d.
T. Hi Koiri. Secretary. <- T ’ 0Vn!T0N ‘ J're-idcnt.
X OUIiIXAXOK regulating the Uccnso*.
Tlic- Trustees of (Int City of Nevada do ordain as follows:
Skc. I. it shall not he lawful for any fjerson within the
rnrjs>ntte limits of the city of Nevada, to pursue any call
ing. or transact any business herein;!tier mentioned! until
he. she. or they, have taken out a [icense therefor, and
paid for the same as hereinafter provided, and for evert \i
elation of this ordinance, the party oflending shall lie sub
ject to a jiennlty of not less Uiau ten doUars, nor more titan
one hundred dollars.
Sec. The licenses provided for in thh ordinance siiatl
lie. numbered anil signed Ivy the Marshal, and countersigned
by the Clerk of the Hoard of Trustees. All licenses shall
lie paiil in advance; and all persona having taken nnt a li
cense, shall exhibit the same in some conspicuous part of
their place of business, and produce the same when applt
ing iti the Marshal for its renewal.
drc. 3. 1-aery person, house, or firm, engaged in keep
ing a hotel, restaurant, public sakam. bar-room. or other
place where spirituous liquors are sold bv the glass, or bot
He. to be drank on the premises, shall ['sir quarterly, for
a license to keep each ol the some, the sum of fifteen dol
Sec. 4. Kvery person, house, or firm, engages! in keep
ing a house where halls, dances, or fandangos are la id in
connection with a public saloon or bar-room, shall pav for
a license to carry on each of said houses, the sum of twen
ty-five dollars per quarter.
t-sf. A. Tite proprietor, owner, or occupant of every
house in which a billiard table, bagatelle table, slmlHc
table, or ten-pin howttng alley is kept, shall pav fora license
to keep the same, the sum of ten dollars tier quarter for
each table or alley.
, Kr - /l- i-very person, house, or firm engaged in keep
ing n pistol or rifle shooting gallery, shall pav for a license
to cany on the same, the sum of fifteen dollars ,s T quarter.
■ f.i. i. hvery person engaged iu the itinerant vending
of dry goods, clothing, or Jewelry, within rporatelim
its ol Nevada, shall pay for a license to do the same I he
sum of twenty live dollars per quarter. All persons taking
out a license under this section, arc required to carry the
same on their persons, and to produce them w hen required
bEv. K 1 lie manager. owner, or lesser of every t licit Ire
.•“!> f " r 11 hceuse hi keep open the same, the sum of
fitly dollars per quarter, or the sum of five dollars for each
thnitnea! prrtnrmancr, com-url, or exhibition given therein.
, ■ ’ • . 1be inanager or proprietor of each menagerie,
or circus shall paf lor a license for each exhibition or per
forma nee. the sun, of twenty dollars. Tor eaeli and ewerv
other show or exhibition tlie manager or proprietor shall
pav for a license the sum of five ,1, liars per day for every
such show or exhibition, excepting the same shall be given
iu a regularly licenced theater.
me S n m '* “'"’"i ,K ' ,lu '- v cf 11,0 Marshal and police
men to clow up and prevent every exhibition or iierforni
mice named m sections eight and nine of this ordinance
w lien a license lias not been obtained for the same ’
J'ec. 11. Whenever the Marshal or a policeinau shall
havi reason to believe that any person or firm are carrying
on their business without a proper license, lie shall call on
the pai ty and if lie or they cannot, or shall refuse to cx
hlhinns license he in- they shall lie fined as in section first.
fK, 12. It shall lie the duty of the Marshal to visit at
he - V* r“ ! T" lh - V' ery l ,laoe of hnsinesa within
tlieconsirate limits, to see that cadi place is duly licensed
nnd nte delinquents before a Justice of the Peace It
shall also he his duty to make out and keep a register of
J'™". business of such persons as mav
come with,n the provisions oftliis ordinance, together witii
t-lio number and amount of each license. °
.'KC. Id. In CHS.-any person rlianges his place of busi
ness. or in ease he conveys his business to another the
paly so pure,in sing, or removing. shall immediately call
on the Marshal and have the registry change,!, v neglect
or rcfusal to comply with this section, shall lie punishable
h> a hue double the amount of the license for the current
M., . 14. Ordinknce No. 5. - to regulate the issue of li
censes, passed May lfith, ISafl, is hereby repealed
1 assed August 21st, ISM. ’ 1
T. II. Rot.EE, Clerk. ° T ' 0VEKT0N -
X ORDIXANTE in relation to Nuisances.
The rnisteos of the City of Nevada ilo ordain ns follows
. . E , Anv person or persons who shall throw into t|
(IT ' : ,f * hl \ C, V r , . ,bbi " 1 ' <>r RB J kind, or shall allow su.
to lay ill front of his or their buildings, occupied lots,
premises, or in any wav obstruct the sheets or sidewall
shall on convict i,m thereof, be fined in any sum not le
than five and not exceeding fifty dollar.,, or be imprison,
in tlie city prison not exceeding ten days. /VonXl tin
any person or persons intending to erect any building will
iMlir.f' * h *!Io‘i* ll ' nve "«up» not more than on,
third of the width of tlie street in front of his or the
di,rin * »«™ D g
»»’- 2. Any person or persons who shall put theca
cass of any dead animal, or any tiling which is iniurimi
lo health, or olTensive to the senses. Into nnv creek pom
street, or lot, within this city, so as to interfere with 111
comfortable enjoyment of lift- or property, shall, up,,,, C or
\lotion thereof he fined in any sum not" less than live an
ml exceeding fifty dollars, or be imprisonedbi t he c l
prison not excceiliug ten days •
wHMn the fc’JSs ™ T*
their premises.; and from tfre
Z iSSf of "* s : , "’ h » m " nr, cv as not to interfiw will
tin health or comfort of other "eitirens all .u„»i , i
m,d » 'egitahie rantter st-mdl np'pojds
and every detrimental to public health. For every faihir,
to comply with the provisions of this section tlie nartv ni
fandiug shall on conviction ihc,v,,r. J'med in luv s,,,!
priJSffaXd? " Ut , ' x< T di " K “ fty ''""ars. or be in.
rES 5.“ & uot ncceiing ,eu ,Uy “-
T. II. Roi vr- fleii. T ° VnRT0V - r reaidout.
DOCTOR J. C. YOUNG,
Office, corner of Montgomery and Callftaral*
(over WKI.IA F.vROO 4 CO'S KxrRElO OFTICS,)
8 AW J'ltAIfCifltO, CALIFORNIA,
Read and reflect.
Irt there an hereafter,
(And that there U, conscience uninfluenced,
And suffered to apeak out. tells every man.)
Tlien it is an awful thing to die, .
More horrid yet to die by one’s own hand.
—name it not 1
Shall Nature, swerving from her earliest dictate,
Self-preservation, fall by its own act?
Forbid it, Heaven.
The indulgence in secret practice* is the most certain
though not always the most immediate and direct attnut
to destruction. Physicians of all ages have been mo«t
unanimously of opinion that the Iw* of one ounce of th«
seminal secretion*, by unnatural aid or emissions, weaken*
the system more than the abstraction of forty ounce* of
bloo<i. One of the first writers on medical jurisprudent*
state that three-fourths of the insane owe their malady t*
How importantnnt then, it is—for every one, having the
least cause to siisjsrt any trouble In that way, to attend W
it immediately : even one single occurrence should be aull.
cient to cause doubt, and much more go if the person had
ever indulged in the soul-hilling hnbit. The treatment
used bv the justly celebrated DR. J. C. VOUNG in case* *f
seminal weakness, impotency, pterility, nervous debility
and paralysis, (the last is the most dangerous, and when it
once occurs, incurable.) !« not surpassed by any physician
in the country. It is the same as that followed by him
f«*r years, under the guidance of the world-reuow ned Raeord
of Pori*, and Acton of I/mdon. Dr. Young's office i« at the
corner of Montgomery and California streets, where he can
be consulted on tlmt’and all other private diseases, with
the utmost confidence and secrecy. Dr. Young will war
rant a perfect and permanent cure, or make no charge*.
X. It.—Letter* enclosing $10 will receive prompt atta*.
tfon. The Doctor’s time being so much taken up that ht
cannot attend to letters unless paid for it.
A CARD FROM DR. .1. C. YOUNG’S PRIVATE MEDICAL
OFFICE—To the afflicted.—In this age of progrea*,
! when science is almost miraculous, everything in common
place is looked upon as not worth notice. In view of this
fact, Dr. Young, (corner of Montgomery and California ita.,
i up stairs.) has concluded to leave the beaten track hither
1 to pursued by most scientific physicians, (that of waiting
for the public to find you alone. ) and publish to the world
1 ns much as may be, his knowledge of the healing art, to lot
those who are in need of assistance know where they caa
find relief w ithout fear of being imposed upon.
In continuation of this subject, Dr. Young w ould »ay,
that for the past ten years he has pursued the practice #f
medicine in one of the largest cities in the United State*,
with the highest success, and that his standing as a physi
cian is without reproach, having at one time been lecturer
at the University of Pennsylvania on g eneral disease*.
Upon these considerations. Dr. Young has confidence in
introducing himself to Ibe public. knowing that they will
sustain well earned merit.
Tlit* following are a few of the many testimonials which
| have appeared in the public journals w ithin the last few
[From the Boston Medical Journal.]
Although we are opposed to the system of advertising,
for good and sufficient reasons, still we deem it but justice
to say that Dr. Young is one of the most industrious and
I indefatigable votaries of medical science in the Unitod
[From Professor dusk son.]
The subscrilwr is personally acquainted Dr. Young, and
has seen much of his practice, and can bear testimony U
his merits as a practitioner.
[From the New York llevald.]
1 Tlic eminence of this distinguished gentleman in hi* pro
fession, and the very extended opportunities possessed by
him for the observation of vencrial disease, make* his aer
1 vices invaluable to those afflicted with the above com
[From the Whig and Advertiser.]
All afflicted with privnle complaint* should if possible,
consult Dr. Young, whose wMififnl education is not sur
passed by any Physicfen fi> the Country. In hi* skill, hon
or and integrity, All may rely with safety, while most of
the medical practitioners in this city arc without honesty
or respectability, their pretension* being grounded in ign#
ranee and assumption.
Important (o Mliifr’n, Traveler*, Kte.
TilKUE fo-uo runfcifly of tli*eper importance, either in*
mediml or moral point of view, to which the hum**
(••unify i« more liable, than Hint arising frotn impure co*
As a iivriiVraF man ft is the duty of every plivalriaate
look at «li*>e:v»c as it n(Toots health ami life, and hi* sole ob
ject nhouH N* mitigate. as far ns lie* in his power, the
huffily suffering. 11*im in nature at l**st w hut frail, *1)
are liable to misfortune.
Of nil the ins that atTect ann, non* are more terrible
than tlio.'O- of a private nature. Drenffful as it Hi* the
peib'Bi who contract* »t„ frightful as are its ravage* uf**«
i«is roftislitiithm, eii'fing frequently in destruction and *
lost t become grave. it l»eronies of still greater im|»ortante
when it is transmitted to innocent offspring. Such beiif
the case, how necessary it become* that every one having
the least reason to tear that they have contracted the di
sease, should attend to it at once hv consulting some
>ician. who.-*e respectability and effucHtinn enables hunt*
warrant a Kale, epwly, and permanent cure. In accord
ance with this necessity, DR. YOUNG Avis culled upon to
state that, hv long study and extensive practice, lie ha*
become perfect master of all these diseases w hich come un
der the the denomination of venereal, and having paid mere
attention to that one branch than any other physician in
the Tinted Hates, he frets himself better qualified to treat
Syphilis in all Its forms, such as I’icers. Swelling in the
Groins. Ulcers in the Throat, Secondary Syphilis, Cutanv
ous Krnptions. Ulcerations, Tetunry Syphilis, Syphilis in
Children. Mercurial Syphilitic Affections, Gonorhra, Gleet,
Strictures, False Passages, Infl.imation of the Hlaffffer sad
Prostrate Gland*. Excoriations, Tumor*, f'ojdulce, Ac., are
as fa uiiliar to him as the most common things of daily ob
The Doctor effects a cure in recent caae< in a few days,
and find.-v no difficulty in curing tiiwr of long duration,
without submitting the patient to such treatment as will
draw upon him the slightest suspicion,- or oblige him te
neglect his huninesf whether within doors or without.—
The die! need not la* changed except in cases of never* in-
Hatnnljnn. Tliere aro in California patients (amounting t*
over two thousand in the past year) that could furnub
proof of this; hut these are matters tliat require the nireat
secrecy, which lie always preserves.
All letters euchring $10, will lie promptly attended to.-—
Office hours from P.s. m., to 8 r. w. AffffreVs
J. C. YOUNG, M. D.
Comer of Montgomery arc! California *ts., over Well*.
Fargo A: Co’s. Express department. [,1I
Important to FemaleM.—Wlien a Female la
in trouble or afflicted with disease. Ami requires medical
or Kingiml aid, the inquiry should la* where is there* phy
sician who is fully competent to administer relief, on*
whose knowledge of the female system is perfect, and who
thoroughly understand:! thr application of medicine to di
sease, and whose scientific attainments in surgery have
made him pre-eminent in his profession, and whose re
spectable standingiu *<ictcty. recommends him to the eoa
fidenc.) of the community. Unless these, and many more
questions can bo satisfactorily answered, the alllirted should
|wuise before consulting any one. Considering these thing*
in their true light, the celebrated J. C. YOUNG, corner of
Montgomery and California stree ts, has concluded to adver
tise his place of business to the public, stating that he hp*
been a professor of obstetrics and female diseases for tbe
last fourteen years, and is fully qualified to admitiiater in
all cases, both medically and surgically, not in a superfi
cial manner, but in as thorough a manner as years of study
and practice—both in hospitals and private families, can
make; therefore, families can rely upon him as a father.—
All in affliction can find in him one who can sympathiia
with, and befriend them in trouble, one in whoso sccroc j
the utmost confidence cau be placed. Come all ye that are
afflicted and in trouble, and you will be relieved or cured.
Apartments privately arranged so as to preclude the po**i
bilitv of exposure.
N’ B.—All letters inclosing $10 will receive prompt at
tention, and the best advice and instructions.
J. C. YOUNG, M. D.,
corner of California and Montgomery streets, up stair*, op
posjto Wells. Fargo A; Co. ? s Express Office.
Cloiiftt national Debility, or Seminal weak*
i NEKS.—1>R. YOUNG addresses those who have injur
ed themselves.hy priwite and improper indulgence* jn that
secret ami solitary habit, which mins the body and mind,
unfitting them for either business or society. The ‘follow-,
ing are some of the sad and melancholy effects produced by
carl) habit of youth, viz; Weakness of the l>ack and limbs,
pam in the head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular jkiw
cr. palpitation ol the heart. dy.sj>ep*ia. nervousness, irrita
bihty. derangement of the digestive functions, general dt
bihtv, symptoms of consumption, Ate.
i K ‘ fearful effects on tlie mind are more to,
be areaaed. L/wn of memory, confusion of ideas, depress
ion of spirits, evil forebodings, aversion of society, self
distrust love of solitude, timidity, Ate. are some of the
All person* who are afflicted with any oftheabovesymp
toms should not fail to call on Dr. Young and be* at once
restored to perfect health. Let no false delicacy prevent
V° u but apply immediately, and save yourself from tha
uaML-vivc ,?.''T«Jl con8e *l uc nce«f)f this terrible malady.—
LARNE . OF THE ORGANS immediately cured, and full
vigor restored. ' 1
r. . DR. J. a YOUNG,
1 ornc r of California and Montgomery sts.. up stairs)
A N ORDINANCE in relation toVowffer.
ih l Tn , of 1 t 1 ,ie Citv °f Nevada do ordain as follows;
• Ei. 1. It shall not be lawful for any iiersonor person* t
keep I»"dcr in a (-router quautity than five pounds, in an
building wlthju the following described Hind* of ttiin fit?
Hill jj**!? 1 " 1 .® at intersection of Big Beer ('reek »t>
Utile beer ( rwk, thence ruuniug ulong the south «ide o
hank of R'g Beer Creek to the bridge at the foot of Bridg
Stic-et. thence crossing said Big Beer Crook to the West tid
ot huger \\ illinnis Ravine, thence up said Ravine on th
west Side thereof to a point where the lower line of th
graveyard would intersect the sane, thence on said l»s
mentioned line continued to the east aide of the Cayote o
.lain street Ravine, anil thence down said Ravine on th
east aide thereof to Rig Beer Creek, thence up said Creek o
the north side tliereof thirty rod*, tlieuee in a direct tin
i h’,T 1 "o' aid P* ,Wr Owek until it intersects a point o
-tie Beer Creek at the distance of thirty rods from it
l'is''.'m ;V'’ **‘ h . 1)eCT Creek, »nd thence down said 141
c Deei* Crock to the place of beginning.
kR ". Any person or arsons who shall violate the prt
venous of this Ordinance, shall, on conviction thereof •>
ined in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars, or i>«
•lav” 1 " 1 111 * ** Clt - V P r ** ou lor a period not exceeding tei
Passed August l.Vh lS.yt.
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