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Ktlnnl of ('■!><. Omy » Party from fnvorrn.
The Editor of the San Francisco Herald, in conver
sation with Major Wood, one of the survivors of the
Cruhb expedition, says he learned some interesting
particulars of the retreat of Gapt, Orrey’s party from
Cavorca to the Purchase. It la one of the most bril.
linnt military exploits on record, and reflects no little
honor upon the Amrican arms. We clip the following
from the Heiald:
“ While retreating slowly across the plain al»ove al
luded to, both parties made for a spring at some dis
tance from them. There was no other water except
at a distance of thirty miles, and it was a matter of
considerable importance, in consequence of the ex
hausted codition of men and animals, to either party
to gain possession of it. The Americans had no ani
mals ; days before they were obliged to abandon them,
but the men were ready to drop from thirst. To reach
the wells first was a matter -ol life or dentil to them.
If the Mexicans succeeded in gaining them first, their
fate was sealed, for it would he impossible for thorn to
bold out any longer. They put forward the most ex
traordinary exertions—the hope of relief nerved them
—and they finally succeeded in gaining a little hillock,
from which the wells were commanded. Here they
made their stand, like the wolf at bay, and bravely
did they maintain it. They kept the .Mexicans all
day from the water, and occasionally, as one of them,
driven to desperation through the want of water in a
horning desert, showed his person incautiously, the
crack of the unerring rifles of the Americans told his
doom ; and in one instance the horse of one of the
Mexicans who had been made to bite the dust, as soon
as the hold on the reins waa relaxed, guided by ani
mal instinct, rushed to the water, and was made
a prize of by the Americana, and to them he proved
valuable booty. In the saddle-bags they found a little
tobacco and some articles of food, which, when di
vided among the exhausted little band, aroused their
vigor again, and the horse was killed an 1 his flesh,
when broiled, furnished them with nourishment forthc
three fallowing days of their retreat. Before gaining
the frontier, news of their desperate situation reached
the inhabitants of the Purchase, some of whom sent
out animals and provi-dons to them, and they were
saved. Most of the retreating was made in the night
time ;—under cover of darkness the enemy was re
duced to something like an equality. The days were
too hot for marching. Such a brief sketch of the re
treat of twenty-five Americans through IflO or 170
miles of hostile country, pressed on all sides by a
large force an enemy flushed with recent victories. We
believe that history furnishes no more brilliant ex
ample of bravery and determination.
Anecdote of Charles Lamb.—“ What of
Charles Lamb, Doctor V ”
“ Lamb, dear Charles, has certainly lisped of
hot gin and water in his inimitable letters,” re
plied the Doctor, “ or, as ho would say, hot
t eater, with a thentiment of gin.”
“ That sounds Lambish, Doctor.”
“My learned friend,” replied Dr. Bush
whacker, “ I know it; I have got Charles
Lamb by heart, sir. By the way, a new anec
dote of Elia: he had a friend one night at No.
4 Inner Temple Lane ; negus was the potable
of the evening from tenderness to Mary’s feel
ings, who sometimes shook her sisterly head
at the ‘thentiment.’ It seems that a poor cur
dog had attracted the attention of the gentle
hearted Charles that day, and he had invited
him in, fed him, and tied him up slightly in
the little yard back of the house. Charles
was talking in his phosphorescent way over
the negus, when Mary interrupted him:
‘ Charles, that dog yelps so/ Elia flashed on.
1 Charles, that dog— ’ 4 What ith it, Mary ?
Oh! the dog? He’th enjoying himthelf.’—
‘Enjoying himself, Charles? ’ * Yeth, as well
as ho can with ‘whine and water.’”
Cable Across the Mississippi. —A submerg
ed cable has been successfully laid across the
Mississippi river, at St. Louis. The cable was
imported from England, and it is of suflicient
strength to render communication entirely per
manent and reliable. It has three conducting
wires, and is in every respect similar to the
one crossing the English Channel from Dover
to Calais.
DOCTOR RIDDELL,
Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edin
burg; Physician Accoucheur, Dublin, Master
in Surgery, and Bachelor of Arts,
Andersonian University.
OFFICE AT INDIAN OHM I, (SANTA CRUZ) MARIPOSA
OOIWY.
THE DOCTOR passed his first examination in 1836, and
tiraduated in 1842 ; during tin* interim being a pupil in
Madame Stephens’ Hospital, Dublin ; (Joy's l.ond>>n, and
the Glasgow Royal Infirmary ; practicing since, in Europe,
Mexico and the (Tilted Staten, In- should be well acquainted
with every department <>( his prnfi*-“ion.
ELEtTRinTY arlontifi dlv applied an n Medical agent in
Paralytic, Nervous, Rheumatic. Uterine and Syphilitic dis
eases. Tlmj Ivihthvk Ctkhfnt employe*! to extract Mercu
ry. and other Minerals, from Uu* ay stem.
o^. Patients Boarded at per week, or visited at their
residences, promptly. jell .bn
Xing; ox- Boor Saloon!
BUCHENAU & WEBBER Proprietors.
MARIPOSA.
Have the pleasure to inform their ni'merci's
friends and the public generally, tliut tbev have eon
atantly on hand the freshest «»f that much admired beverage.
XjAgeii deeii:
Together with a choice assortment of
WINES, LIQUORS AND URIAHS!
Of the Host Quality.
MP OolTee and Refreshment* served at all hour*.
Thankful for past favors, they respectfully solicit a con
tinuance of the same. HUCHENAU k WKUHEK.
Mariposa. May 6,1857. in6-3m
mmmmmmmrnmm wihihmi ■
MAKIPOSA MAKEUY,
BY O. MEYER db CO.
MAIN UTIIEET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH, MARIPOSA.
41“ Tin: PROPRIETOR OF THE MARIPOSA
BAKERV is always ready to aumdv Families with
food, wholesome BREAD; also, PIES and CAKES,
at LIVING PRICKS.
Mariposa. July «. INSO. altf
KT O t 1 O O .
ft,*},. The Partnership lie re to fore existing
between 0. BROWNFIELD k ADAM YATES, is this day dis
aolved by mutual consent.
All persons indebted to the above, will please settle with
S. o. IiHowNriRLD; ho is alone authorised to receive all
ttuiney due the above concern, and pay all debts.
April Id, 1857.
ADAM YATES,
S. U. BROWN KIEIJ).
aSMm
INT O T I C B .
4Jr TUB SUBSCRIBER ANNOUNCES TO THE
Public that he Ih prepared to
RANCH ANIMALS,
Ou hi* Hay and Grain I Line lies, which trepoMMWd
of an ibundancc of FEED and WATER, and are en
tirely fenced In ; therefore pomewting advantages for
lUncbing Stuck superior to all others. The above
Ranch i* located in Bunw'Valley, three-fourths of a
mile above Quarlzbnrg. on the Stage Road leading to
Mariposa. lallfj E. G. BARTON.
MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES.
READ’S
EXCHANGE, SALES,
AND
Llvory Stable,
MAIN STREET, MARIPOSA.
rpiFE PROPRIETOR WOULD ANNOUNCE, Hint in addi
1 tlon to his former aecommodat ions, he lias leased the
Stable recently occupied by Mann Brothers, and is prepared
to accommodate the public in every respect.
HOUSES BOUGHT AND SOI.V.
Houses Kept bv hie Day, Week, oh Month.
Iloram (o I.r( In any Nnmin t-.
Many of which an l suitable for Indies' use.
PARTIES FOR YOBEMITE VALLEY
Can be accommodated in every particular.
The Stables are under the immediate supervision of
the Proprietor, who will Hpare no pains to give satisfaction.
These Stables are situated near the Yosemite Hotel,
and nearly opposite the Saloon of Blumentlial (i Newcomb.
JAMES (I. READ.
Maru*oha, September 12, 1X56. altf
LIVERY STABLE.
M AI X STREET, MARIPOSA.
'THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES THIS METHOD
of informing bin friends and the public generally
that he in still to be found at the same old place, on
Main at, a short distance above the Union House,
when* can be found at all times, he thinks, a little the
best Saddle Horses In town, and on equally as reason
able terms.
The best of Grain and Hay
CONSTANTLY ON lIAND.
Horse* r. ml .Muirs Kept by the Uny or Week,
and the best of care Ixwtowed on them. He Hatter*
himself that those who patronize him will lie well sa
tisfied. as be knows he has the coolest and most plea
sant Stable in the place* and prices are such us to suit
the times. Thankful for past patronage, he respect
fully solicits a continuation of the same,
altf M. 0. BARBER.
PURNITURB
A N D IiEDDINO.
MARIPOSA.
CHARLES STURCKE
WWOULD INFORM Ills FRIENDS AND THK
Public that be has Removed his Manufactory as above
i of Furniture and Redding, to a spacious place, nearly
opposite the Post OHlce, Mari|>osa, where he is now pre
iiared to sell and Manufacture to order any article in
Ids line. He has now on hand, and will sell at as low
a price as possible, a lot of Furniture, consisting of
CANE-SEAT ( HAIRS;
OFFICE CHAIRS;
ROCKING CHAIRS;
NURSE CHAIRS;
BEDSTEADS;
BUREAUS;
WASIISTANDB;
TABLES, ETC., ETC.
With a great variety of other Articles in his line,
too numerous to mention.
All Articles that leave his Store are warranted to be
what they are sold for, or no sale. altf
MACHINE SHOP
AND
FOUNDR Y,
BULLION STREET,
ImmeiliuUly in the Hear of Cathman't JVew Store.
MR. N. ITAHKELL, MACHINIST, HAVING HIS MA
chinc Shop and Foundry now in complete working or
der, would respectfully inform his friends and the public
generally, that he i** now prepared to do all kind* of rant
Ings to order, and will su|ierintend in person the Making and
Repairing of every description of Machinery in general um
in the county. In* la prepared lomakeCaatingaof 1500 lha.
weight, ami will warrant all of hia work atrong and perfect.
If required, he will visit places requiring work done on Boil
era or Knginoa. altf
W HILLIARD BALLS REPAIRED. and mad.-perfectly
round and true. Alao—Balia for Rondo turned.
STOCKTON BUSINESS CARDS.
BAGI jH BOTEIi,
EAST PIPE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE,
On the Corner of San Joaquin and Main atreefa,
SrOCKTON.
THE ABOVE HOTEL WAS OPENED ON MON
day. the sth day of November. 1 *56, and is now in the
full tide of successful experiment. The Propt ietor has
thoroughly renovated, improved and refitted tho house,
and procured entire new Furniture, Beds and Holding
for tlie accommodation of Families, Boarders and Tra
vellers, The Proprietor will spine no pains to make
his patrons comfortable. C. A. MEAD,
ftltf I’HorKIKTOR.
KTIEJ'VV
FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY STORE.
KEELER A CO. Announce that they hate juat ojiened
. on the Levee, next disir to the Shade* Ealoon, Stockton,
A NEW FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY STORE,
Where they are prepared to
FILL ALL ORDERS IN THEIR LINE.
At W hoi Male or Retail, at rntea to anil the tlmea. Their
ai rangementa are complete lor receiving constant aupplies
of the moat choice articles.
Ha’ Orders from the country promptly and satisfactorily
attended to. KEELER S CO..
m6-3in Next door to the Nhades Saloon. Stockton
F. NV. ROLL,
For tcardiug and. Commission Merchant,
Eire Proof Brick Building, directly opposite steamboat Land
ing, £ took tun, California.
Particular attention paid to receiving and forwarding
Merchandise from steamboats and sailing vessels, with dis
patch, and at the lowest rates of freight. a 15 dm
JOSEPH I). PE THUS,
PH EMITTER AND FORWARDER,
STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA.
Particular attention paid In receiving Merchandise from
steamboats and sailing vessels, and forwarding with dispach,
and at the lowest rates of freight, without extra charge of
i (immission or otherwise.
tmr lSlice in Starbuek'a Brick Building on the Levee,
corner of Commerce street, directly opporite the Steamboat
Landing-
Orders accompanied with the cash, will receive prompt
attention. als 3m
8. BTARB UO K ,
General Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
DEALER IN FLOCK, BABLEY, AC.
Corner Commerce street and l/*vce. Stockton, California.
MT I articular attentiou paid to receiving Goods from
steamers, and forwarding same to all parts of the Southern
Mines at lowest rates of freight.
N. B—Storeuge in his Fire-Proof Building, when required,
free of charge. Good references given, if required. als 3m
FREIGHT... FREIGHT...FRKIGHT
... AT ....
RKDU O K U P HICK S.
rpHK I NDERBIGNEI) BEGS RESPECT! I IJ.V TO STATE
A that from and alter tins (Lite, and until further notice,
he will forward Merchandize and other Goods, by first class
Mule and Ox Teams, to Mariposa and vicinity, at the follow
ing reduced rates of freight, viz :
For heavy Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, etc., by
Mule Teams •_* cU. per lh.
Oi hum ieU. per lb
For Case or Dry Goods, ami others of u bulky
nature, small lota, etc., Mule Team, 2to 2i a eta. per lb.
0* Team to 2' 4 cts. per lb.
Rates of Freight to Homitas :iu*l other towns on the Mari
posa line, proportionately cheap.
In addition I offer the advantages of correctness, dispatch,
and security agaist losses, or damages on G.mmlm in transit.
Storage in a Fire Proof Brick Building for all Goods con
signed to my care, kkkkov ciluw.k.
Erff < irders from the couutry faithfully nn*l promptly ut
tended to
Brf~ /Rim lUlt reference*given in all ra**> when required
block ton, May 16, 1667, (iu2o-lf) D. J. OLLLAJLAN.
POST OFFICES IN CALIFORNIA.
Agna Frio. Mariposa county.
Alameda, Alameda county.
Alamo, Contra Costa county.
Alvarado, Alameda county.
Alffeo, Santa Clara county.
Angela, Calaveras county.
Ashland, Unite county.
Auburn, Placer county.
Alpha, Nevada county.
Antioch, Contra Costa county.
American Ilanrh, Shasta county.
Aoueduct City, Amador county.
Belmont, San Francisco county.
Henicia. Solano county.
Bidwell’s liar. Unite county.
Big Bar, Trinity county.
Big Oak Flat, Tuolumne county.
Bodega, Sonoma county.
Bucks port, Humboldt county.
Buckner, Sacramento county.
Buckeye, Volo county.
Cache Creek, Yolo county.
Campo Hero, Calaveras county.
Camptonville, Yuba county.
Cedarville, FI Dorado county.
Charley's Ranch. Butte county,
Chico, Butte county.
Chinese Camp, Tuolumne county,
Clarksville, El Dorado county.
Clinton, Nevada county.
Cold Spring. El Dorado county.
Columbia, Tuolumne county.
Colusa, Colusa county.
Cordelia, Solano county.
Cosumncs, Sacramento county.
Cottonwood. Shasta county.
Crescent City, Klamath county.
Colomu, FI Dorado county.
Curtisville, Tuolumne county.
Centerville, Contra Costa county.
Cherokee, Butte county.
Coulterville. Mariposa comity.
Diamond Springs, FI Dorado county,
Don Pedro’s Bar, Tuolumne county.
Doable Springs. ('alaveras county.*
Downieville. Sierra comity.
Dry Creek, Yuba county.
Dry town. Amador county.
Elliott's Ranch, Sacramento county.
Eureka, Humboldt county.
Elisabethtown, Plumas county.
Empire Ranch, Yuba county.
Emory's crossing, Yuba county.
Fiddletown, FI Dorado county.
Forbes town, Butte comity.
Forlorn Hope, Mariposa county.
Forest City, Sierra county.
Foreman's Ranch, Calaveras county.
Fourth Crossing, Calaveras county.
Foster's Bar, Yuba county.
French Camp, San Joaquin count}'.
Fremont, Volo county.
(larotle, Tuolumne county.
Georgetown, FI Dorado county.
Gilrey, Ssnta Clara county.
Goodyears Bar, Sierra county.
Grafton, Volo county.
Crass Valley, Nevada county.
Green Springs, Toolnnrae county.
Greenwood, 1-1 Dorado county.
Green Island, Colusa county.
Carden Valley, El Dorado county.
Georgiana, Sacramento county. ’
Grizzly Flat, FI Dorado county.
Hibsonville, Sierra county.
(•win, Mariposa county.
Hamilton, Butte county.
Hornitos, Mariposa county.
Dorr's Ram b. Tuolumne county*
Horsetown. Shasta county.
Mill's Ferry, Stanislaus county,
lllinoistown. Placer county.
Indian Diggings, FI Dorado county,
lone Valley, Amador county.
lowa City, Placer county.
Indian Gulch, Mariposa* county.
Jackson, Amador county.
Jacksonville. Tuolumne county.
Jamestown. Tuolumne county.
Johnson's Ranch, Sutter county.
Knight's Ferry, S in Joaquin county.
I Jsbon, Placer county,
lag range, Htanislaus* county,
lauviston. Trinity county,
lassnis. Butte county.
I>h Angeles, Ism Ainrelescounty,
laguna Seeo, Santa Clara county.
I/mlng's Ferry, San Joaquin county.
Mountiin View, Santa Clara Comity.
Mountain Springs, Placer county.
Marysville, Yuba county.
Mariposa, Mariposi county.
Martin* /. Contra Costa county.
Maxwell's Creek. Mariposa county.
Michigan Bluff - , Plieer comity.
Mission Sau Jose, Santa Clara county.
Mokehitnde Hill, Calaveras county.
Mormon Island. Sacramento county.
Monterey, Monterey county.
Mud Springs, FI Is undo county.
Murphy's.l' tlavcms county.
Murray's Bridge, Marip'.-aVounty.
Ml. Ophir, Mariposa • ounty.
Mont* /.urna. Toolumne • ounty.
Monte, I>*s Angeles county.
McDermott’s Bridge, Calaveras county.
Miilerton, Tulare county.
Monroeville, Colusa county.
Michigan city, Placer county.
May Held, .Santa Clara county.
McCartydie. Santa Clara county.
Michigan Bar, Sacramento county.
Napa, Napa county.
Nevada, Nevada county.
Nicolaus, Sutter county.
North Branch, Calaveras county.
Newton, FI Dorado county.
Nealsburg, Placer county.
Natlvedud, Monterey county.
Nelson's Creek, Sierra county.
Onisho, Sacramento county.
Oregon House, Yuba county.
Opmrville, Placer county.
(trovillo, Butte county.
Oak Grave Farm. Solano county.
Oakland. Alameda e unty.
Ocre City, Placer county.
Piittitiewa, Siskiyou county.
Pleasant Grave, Sacramento county.
Parks’ Bar, Yuba county.
Pilot Hill, FI Dorado county.
Fatah, Solano county.
Placerville, El Dorado county.
Petaluma, Sonoma county.
Pleasant Springs, Calaveras county.
Princeton, Colusa county.
Patterson, Nevada county.
Plum Valley, Sierra county.
(Juartzburg. Mariposa county.
Ringgold, K 1 Dorado county.
Round Tent, Nevada county.
Rough and Ready, Nevada county.
Red Bluffs, Shasta < ounty.
Dabbit Creek, Siena county.
Rattle make Bar, Pin er county.
Russian River, Mendocino county.
Reynold's Ferry, Calaveras county.
San Francisco, Sau Francisco county.
Sacramento, Sacramento county.
Salinas, Monterey comity.
San Diego, San Diego county.
San Juan, Monterey county.
San I.nis Obispo, San lads Obispo county.
San Jose, Santa Clara county.
Santa Clara. Santa Clara county.
Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz county.
San lioren/o, Alameda county.
San l-eandio, Alameda county.
San Pedro, l.os Angeles county.
San Rafael, Marin county.
Santa Roaa, Sonoma comity.
San Ramon, Contra Costa county.
Salmon Falls, FI Dorado county.
Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara county.
San Bamardino, San Barnardino county.
Shasta, Shasta county.
Shaw's Flat, Tuolumne county.
Shingle Springs, El Dorado county.
Sonoma, Sonoma county.
Sonora, Tuolumne county.
Steiuberger's, San Francisco county.
Staples' Ranch. Sau Joaquin county.
Stockton, San Joaquin county.
Sutter Creek, Calaveras county.
Snclling's Ranch, Merced county.
Spanish Flat, El Dorado county.
Hulsun, Solano county.
San Andreas. Calaveras county.
San Gabriel, Los Angeles county.
San Paola. Contra (-'osta county.
St Louis, Sierra county
Secret Ravine. Placer county.
Smith’s Ranch, Sonoma county.
Split Rock, Mariposa county.
Sierra, Sierra county.
Strawberry, Yuba county.
Sutter, Sacramento county.
Tehama. Coins! county.
Texas Hill, Sacramento county.
Trinidad, Klamath county.
Trinity, Trinity county.
Turnerville, Sacramento county.
Trinity Center, Trinity county.
Tomafes, Marin county.
Uniontown, Hmnbolt county.
Vernon, Sutter county.
Volcano, Amador county.
Vacaville, Solano county.
Vallejo, Solano county.
Validity, Calaveras county.
Visalia, Tulare county.
Weaverville, Trinity county.
Washington, Yolo county.
Watsonville, Santa Cruz county.
Woodvllle, Tulare county.
Western. Sacramento county.
Woodslde, San Francisco county.
Windsor. Sonoma county.
Yankee Jim's, Placer county.
Yeomot, FI Dorado county.
Yuba City, Sutter county.
Yolo, Yolo county.
Yr«ka, Siskiyou county.
SAX FRANCISCO AI) V K KTIS KM E NTS.
"Wro H b
oer ,\ Thibi tk to Merited Worth— The hurra
titude of man t<» hi.- fellow-man is so often met in life,
that testimonials, prompted hy the finer feelings of the
heart, arc oasis in the life of those who sacrifice their
best days in philanthropic devotion to the alleviation
of the ills of frail mortality. Emnricism lioods the
columns of our press with fraudulent and fictitious I< t
ters, ringing p'-uns to the worth of their egotistical
charlatanism. It* low we append a letter from u wor
thy man, who. a brief peri <1 since,-»cmed destined to
“ Shuffle off this mortal coil," who looked forward to
his dissolution with that pleasure widt h only those
weighed down hy the heavy hand of disease ran. Con
trary to hope, the ability of a skillful physician has re
stored him to his former health. Relieved from his
terrible situation, and impelled by gratitude, lie makes
known Id- m*e and remedial agent, and id- statement
is authenticated bv a Notary Public. The demands of
society imperiously command its publicity, and it is
given more to warn the unwary, than to sound the
rota* of a phyii ion of wb m m ■ rei cl tfke i am ■ cos
a* cited:
Certificate. The undersigned, desirous of ac
quainting those who may Is; unfortunate enough to la;
similarly afflicted where a permanent relief ot their
Bufferings may be obtained, feels it his duty to thus
uiblicly express his sincere gratitude to Dr. L.J.('za]>*
ay. for tin- permanent recovery of Ins health. IJorne
down hy the distressing sympi uns incident t<> the vi
clous practices of uncontrollable passion in youth de
prested in body and mind —unable to perform even the
mo-t trifling duty imposed on the daily avocations of
lib—l sought the advice of many phy-iciaus, who at
lir-t regarded my disease ;m of trifling importance : but
ala-! after a lew weeks, and in several instances
months, of their treatment, 1 found, to my imutterabh

y hm
r,A i
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isaiHr HEALTH
-v
f>r. Tj. j. czapkay’s
GRAND MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
INSTITUTE,
Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company’s Office,
Sacramento Street, below Montgomery.
HAS FRANCISCO.
'SslnNfor Ihr Permanent Cure qf all Prirnle. c
Chronic Dueiues, aml the Suj/pn.iorn of QmuLi ry.
DR. L. J. CZAPKAV, I.ATI-: IN THE HUNGA
rian Revolutionary War. Chief Physician to the
20th Regiment of Honveds, Chief Burgeon to the .Mili
tary Hospital id iVsth, Hungary, ami late Lecturer on
Diseases of the Urinary Organs, and Diseases of Wo
men and Children, has ojiened his Institute for the
cure of ail forms of Private Di-eases, such as Syphilis,
(ionorrhoM, Nocturnal Emis-ion , and all the con.-c
-quencesof Relf Ahu c. In tin-first stages of Syphilitic
or (Jonorrhieal Diseases, he guarantees a cure in a few
days, without inconvenient *• to the patient, or hin
drance to hi - b I'iness. When a patient, by neglect or
improper treatment, lias dev 1 p«-d the symptoms of
Secondary Syphilis, such as buliocs. or painful swell
ings of the groins, or ulcers in the throat or nose,
wliich, if not checked, destroy the soft parts, and cause
the bones to m -rtify, separate and come away, h aving
the sufferer hideous to he hold ; "r when splotches and
pimples break out upon the -kin, or when he has pain
ful swellings upon the Istnes, or when ids constitution
i> injured so as to predispose to consumption or consti
tutional disease, the Doctor guarantees a cure or asks
no compenaation. In Rheumatism, chronic or acute,
in Dysentery or Diarlana. he has safe and effectual
remedies. For the treatment < f the consequences of
Self-A huge, such as Nocturnal Emissions, Nervousness.
Timidity, Headache, Pains in the Back and Limbs,
with General Weakne—. Lo-s of Appetite, Loss of
Memory, Injury to tin* Sight, ID—tl«*- ness, Confusion
of Ideas, Dislike for Society, and a Keeling of Weari
ness of Life, with the nervous system so excitahh that
slight noises shock or startle tnc patient, making his
existence miserable. For the above maladies, the
Doctor will guarantee a cure, or ask no compensation.
He can he consulted free of charge, and invites all to
call, as it will cost them nothing, and may Ire much to
to their advantage.
horror, that
more alarm
by one that
the brain, n
deapain d o
energy; and
I of relief, the symptoms became
icirtertnre; and being finally told
ease, Is-ing principally ennfinc-d to
■es would be of little consequence, I
regaining my health, strength and
i last resort, and wdth b)it a faint ho|K»,
ailed upon Dr. (’zapkay, who, after examining my
case, preset ilted some medicine which almost instantly
relieved me of the dull pain and dizziness in rny henfi.
Encouraged by this result, I resolved to place myself
immediately under his core, and by a strict obnlinu e
to his directions and advice, my head became clear, mv
ideas collected, the constant pain iu my back and
groins, the wcaknessof my limbs, the nervous reaction
nt my whole syst* m on the slightest alarm or ex< ite
merit, the misanthropy and evil fureliodiugs, the self*
d> -trust and want of confidence in others, the incapa
bility to study and want of resolution, the frightful, ex
eiting. and ut times pleasurable dreams at night, fol
lowed by involuntary discharges,have all disappeared ;
and, In fact, in two mouths after ha\ ing consulted Hie
Doctor, I felt as if inspired by a new life-that life
which but a -h ut time ago I contemplated to end by
my own hand. With a view to guard the unfortunate
from falling into the snares of incompetent quacks, 1
deem it my duty to offer this testimony to tin* merit
and skill ot'Dr. • 'zapkay, and recommend trim to all who
may stand in need of medical advice, being assured by
my own experience that,once under his care, a radical
arid permanent cure will he efh ted. B. P. Fillmore.
State of) 'alifomia, County of San Francisco. Sub
scribed and sworn to before me, this seventeenth day
of April, A. D. iHflfi. (Signed)
'l. s.J John Miholeton. Notary I’ubli -.
»r. L. J. Czapkay’s Medical and Surgical Institute
is on Sacramento street, below Montgomery, Baa Fran*
cisco, California. The Doctor offers free consultations,
and asks no remuneration unless* Ire effects a cure.
Off- A Card.- I, the undersigned, having been un
der the treatment of Dr. L. J. (.'zapkay, although unso
licited. feel called upon to give) nblicfty to the efficacy
of his treatment, hoping that by doing so I may Ik- in
strumental in preventing others from experiencing the
tearful suffering and misery which I experienced, and
which so olt4-ii result from tin* pernicious practices ot
pretenders. My disease has been that of physical and
mental debility, w hich is the resuP of indiscretions in
youth. The agonies which I endured are, perhaps,
unnecessary for me to detail; they are known to those
who have experienced them. Suffice It to-ay, that
having called Hie services of Dr. L. J. Czaj kay in re
position. all the expectations which I had formed of
him were more than realized. I would, therefore, re
-omincii I Dr. ('zapkay to till who may find them selves
afflicted with that dreadful malady my object in so
doing l eing sympathy for .suffering humanity, and a
heartfelt desire for its relief.
D. J. Daiii.ee, Printer.
State of California, City and County of San Frunci--
•,0.~ On this thirty first day of duly, A. I). 1860, before
me. Win. C. Jewett, Notary Public, personally appear
ed D. J. Dal dec, known to me, who being duly sworn,
did depose an«l say that the contents of the card here
with signed hy him, are true. In witness whereof, I
have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal,
the day and year first above written.
[l. h.] Wm. C. Jewett, Notary Public.
Off’ The Greatest Discovery of the Aoe!
Great Blessing to Mankind! -Innocent but Potent!
Dr. L. J. O.apkay’s Prophilaticum, (self-disinfecting
agent) a sure preventive against uonorrha-al and
Hvphllitlc Diseases, and an unsurpassed remedy for
Venereal, Berofuious, Gangrenous and Cancerous Ul
cers. Ffetid Discharges from the Vagin, Uterus and
Urethra, and all Cutaneous Eruptions and Diseases.—
As Inuoculatioo is a preventive against Small Pox, so
is Dr. L. J. ('zapkay'h Prophilaticum a preventive
against Syphilitic and Gonorrlaoal Diseases. Although
harmless in itself, it possesses the power of chemically
destroying the Sypnilitic Vims, and thereby saving
thousands from being infected by Hie most loathsome
of all diseases. Let no young man who appreciates
health be without Dr. Czupkuy's Prophilaticum. It is
in very convenient packages, and will lie found conve
nient to use. being used as a soap. Price, five dollars.
For sale nt Dr. Czapkay’s Private Medical and Surgical
Institute, Sacramento street, below Montgomery, San
Francisco. California. All orders must be addressed
to Dr. L. J. Czapkay, M. D., San Francisco.
or Si’KHMatohuikba, or Local Weakness,Nervous
Debility, la>w Spirits. Lassitude, Weakness of the
Limits and Back, Indisposition and incapability for
Labor and Study, Dullness of Apprehension, Loss of
Memory, Aversion to Society, Love of Solitude, Timid
ity, Self-Disfrnst, Dizziness. Headache, involuntary
Discharges, Pains in the Side, Affections of the Eyes.
Pimples on the Face, Sexual and other Infirmities in
Man. arc cured without fail hy the justly celebrated
Physician and Burgeon, L. J. < !zank ij Hw method "i
curing diseases is new -unknown to others- and hence
the great success. All consultations—by letter or
otherwise—free, .fddress L. J. Czapkay, M. I).. Ban
Francisco, California.
A Card.— Prompted !.y an honest desire of my
heart, I wish to lay lief* o Uk ; .lilic a case which de
serves high commend on, >1 onlyah au act of scien
tific skill, but that ot iinunify also. About two years
ago, I suddenly, and from can-*** unknown to me, was
seized with a fit of Epilepsy, which, owing to my Ina-
SAX FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
hility to’ip-ot the consequent upon « thorough
iih Jiciil ti.'iitiin nt, and the di.-i oiirugvinont which i
met with on attempting if. soon became such (as I
was tlu n led to believe) a* t<> defy the skill of a physi
cian. 1 was frequently, while in j r.rsuit of my calling,
thrown d >wn to the ground with*ait the slighests warn
ing, and although insensible to the agonies, I yet
despised the miseries of my life, and soou learned to
look upon those who would Vernier me assistance, or
shelter rue from danger, an enemies who sought to pro
long the misery of my rxintence. While in thin state,
and having previous to my affliction tasted the sweets
of life, I was once more induced to attempt Reeking
aid of a nhysichm. and, hy rocommendation, called
upon I)r. 1., .1. C/apkay. 1 told him my circumstances
and my inability to reward him for my service*,regard
less of which, however, lie at once undertook my case,
and, with the Messing of God,l was once more res
tored to perfect lienith. Unable to reward him for the
boon which I at present enjoy, and yet conscious of
mv indebtedness, I con-ider it due to myself, and to
all afflicted, to .make the case public, in order that
those in need of medical advice may Hud a physician
in whom i very (Confidence can he placed.
Mkver Vablonrky.
Ft ate of California, County of San KranclHco—Sub*
serils d and sworn to before me. this Ist day of August,
A. D. 1H.16. Gilbert A. Grant,
[l. b.] Notary Public.
Dr. L. .1. Czapkny’R Medical and Surgical Institute
in on Sacramento street, below Montgomery, San Fran
cisco, California. The Doctor offers free consultations,
and asks no remuneration unless ho effect* a cure.
SPERMATORRHOEA, OR LOCAL WEAKNESS. Dr. L. J.
Czankay, lecturer on the Dt'cascs of Women and
Children, and Chief Surgeon of the Military Ilosp tal
of Pestb, Hungary, would call public attention to
Spermatorrhoea, or Local Weakness. There is not in
tire catalogue of human maladies one more to he depre
cated than this, as well Fei auseof present distress as
the ultimate results. The t- ic of the system under
its Influence is either impaired or entirely destroyed,
and a ti, - <>f symptoms aiperiud a-cd that unfit man
for the pd formanee of any of the ordinary duties of
life. Tin injuries done to the physical part of the man
are truly lamentable, hut trilling when compared to
those of the censorium, the great nervous centre, and
to the nervous system generally. This disease, which
is too often consequent upon that solitary'vice, Self-
Abuse*. in voltes pathological conditions beyond the
comprehension of the uninitiated, but which are well
understood by tin* regular practitioner. Among the
symptoms most < ouqdtuous are the following; Love
of Solitude. Av< r.-ion to lni-iness and society, Distress
ing Timidity. Nervous Excitement from Slight Causes,
Low Spirit- *ml Mis-ilndc. Dullness of Apprehension,
and Misanthropy. These being functional derange
ment-. are often the harbingers of horrid organic le
sions of the brain, whicli produce fatuity, dementia,
and death. For the cure of this, and all kindred dis
eases, Dr. L. J. C/apkay has established ids Institute,
where all may rely with perfect confidence upon that
skill which long experience and thorough devotion to
his profession have given. Those who suffer should
call without delay, and use the means by which they
recuperate and live. All consultations—hy letters or
otherwise free. rpl’O tf
DR. J. C. YOUNG,
Late Professor at the University, Penn.,
CAN BE FOUND AT THE OLD STAND,
Corner of Montgomery and California Street*,
SAN FRANCISCO,
Where be can !»e consulted privately and with the utmost
confidMK • by the afflicted at all hour- dally, from H a. M..
until 8 P. M. (Cun always guaranteed or no pay required.)
O•NrTITUTJONAb DEMiUTY AND SEMINAL WEAKNESS
DR. VOt'Nif addresses those who have injured themselves
hv private and improper indulgence in that secret and s< li
tary habit, which ruins the body and mind, unfitting them
for either business nr srsHety. The A llowing are some of
the -ad and melancholy effects produced by early habit* of
youth, viz : weakness of the back and limbs, pain in the
head, dimness of night, loss of muscular power, palpitation
of the heart, dyspepsia, nervousness, irrttnhility, derange
inent of the digestive functions, general debility, symptoms
of consumption, etc.
MEvrsn v—The fearful effects upon the mind are more to
he dreaded, l/ms of memory, confusion of ideas, depression
of spirit*, evil forelKtdings, aversion to society, self distrust,
love of solitude, timidity, etc. are most of the evils pro
duced.
Ail persons who arc afflicted with any of the abovs symp
toms, she dd not fail to call on Dr. Young, and lie at once
restored to perfect health. 1s t no fatso delicacy prevent
you, but apply immediately, and save yourself from the
dreadful and awful consequences of this terrible malady.
WEAKNESS OF THE ORGANS
Immediately cured and full vigor returned.
Dr. J.C. YOUNG.
IMPORTANT TO MLNERri AND TRAVELERS.
There is no malady of deeper importance, either in a med
ical or moral i«oiul m view, to which the human family is
more liable, than that arising from imp ire connections.*
A»a medical iimu.it is the duty of every physician to
look at disease as it affects health and life, and hi- sole object
should Is? to mitigate, ns far as lies in his |xiwrr. their bodi
ly si.ffering. Human nature is at beat hut frail . all are li
able to misfortune.
Of all ills that affect man. none are more terrible than
those of a private nature. l'r< adful aa it is in the person
who contract* It, frightful arc its ravages upon hi- constitu
tion, ending frequently in destruction and a loathsome
grave, it tieeoraes of still greater importance when It i*
transmitted to innocent offspring. Such Wing the case,
how im|*irtnnt It Wcomea that every one having the least
reason to fear they have contracted the disease, should at
tend to it at once hy con-ulting sun." physician, whose re--
(•ectability and education enabieii him to warrant a safe,
*|»eedy and penmuieiit cure. In accordance with this ne
cessity, Jir. Young feels called upon to-tate that hy long
study and eztvusive practice, he bus become js-rfecl master
of all those disease- which come under the denominalion of
venereal, and having paid more attention to that one branch
than any other physician In the United states, he feel* him
self belter qualified to treat them.
Syphillis, in all i'* forms, such a- I leers. RwelUug of the
Groins. Ulcer* in the Throat, Secondary Svphilli*, (’ulane
ou* Eruptions, Ulceration, Tertiary Syphtlii*, HyphUUs In
t.ldldren. Mercurial Hyphiflit'c Affections, Gonorrim-, Gleet,
Stricture, false Pa*-age.-. Inllanimaiion of the Bladder and
Prostrate Glands. Excoriation*, Tumor*, Pustules, etc., are
as familiar to him as the most common tiling* or daily ob
servations.
The doctor effects a cure in recent ca-es in a few day*,
and finds no difficulty in curing those of long <1 oration.
without Mihmitting the patient to such treatment a* will
draw upon him the slightest suspicion, or oblige him to nog
lect his business, whether within doors or without. The
diet need not he changed, except in case- of severe inilama
tlon. There are in California patients (amounting to over
two thousand in the past year.) that could furnish proof of
this ; but Uimm nr® matters that require the nicest secrecy,
which he always preserves.
All letters enclosing $lO will la* prnmply attended to.
• tflice hour* from 9A. M. to UP. M. A ldreas J. C. YOUNG,
M. D.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
The following are selected from a voluminous accumula
tion of testimonials of the Pres* of the United State#, and
from eminent Professors of our in dilutions where the prac
tice of medicine is taught.
Fnan thr S. F. Ciiitm.
The question is often n!*-il—-Why is it that Dr. J. f.
Young is so successful, while other advertising Physician*
are failing from day t«> day I 1" The answer must he, or
should be. plainly apparent to all, it is. that he understand*
his profe: • ion. and attends to ft, and, a* hi* practice increa
*es. his knowledge extend*. So close has been his appli
cation to hi* unprecedented practice, that he i* perfect mas
ter of his profes-iou, and can insure all relief from their
troubles; and while other-are dully sinking into that ob
livion from w hid i they were never fitted to he delivered,
his course i* onward and upward, placing him at the head
of hi* arduous profession. So great has been hi* increase
of business that he ha* been obliged to associate with him
self two other physicians, both of extended knowledge and
practice. We would advi-e all afflicted to call upon him in
preference to any other Physician. Wc are informed that
lie treat* entirely on the Vegetable S\ stem, and will always
warrant a perfect cure. Hi*office is at the corner of Mont
gomery and Cali for nla streets, opposite Wells, Fargo A Co.*’
Expres- and Hanking House, }-an Francisco.
Farm the Times awl Tame rift.
There are thousands in this State suffering for want of
scientific medical treatment, and they fear to apply to a
physician, because they have been deceived, or their friends
nave been, hy some of the charlatans who infest tho com
munity. and who publish themselves as good phy*icians,
professor, etc. To all such we utihesitatingly recommend
Dr. J. Young, as a physician In whom all cun place conll
dence. lie is a man of eminent and profound study, a good
surgeon, an honorable man, and one who can sympathize
with p»TSons in affliction. His standing a* a physician and
gentle man are both guaranteed—the first, by his medical
works, which are an honor to their author, and the exten
sive and highly successful course of practice with which he
has been honored since ids advent in California, and the lat
ter by his numerous patrons and largo circle of acquaintan
ces. We -ay to all afflicted, call on him, us he w ill at ouco
state the case to you, and you nmy rely upon Id* judgment.
We like his principle —no cure no jxiy.
/Vo m Prtfmnr Hitchcock.
I have watched witli more than ordinary zeal the rapid
progress of this young man in the intricate paths of our
profession. Few, with the accumulation of years upon their
heads, liave approximated to anything like the stand he has
fairly earned. Were I the father of a much more numerous
family than I now boost of. I should not hesitate for a n o
ment, should the servicea of a physician he required, to
call on Dr. J.C. Youxo. having full confidence in his capu
city, (a very imisirtant adjunct to a physician,) and 1 re
commend my friends to do the sunn*.
J. C. Hirciiconc, M. D , L I. D.
From the Boston Moliral Journal.
Although we are opposed to the system of advertising,[for
good and sufficient reason*, still wo deem it but justice to
say that Hr. Y"i x«» is one of the most industrious and in
delatigable votaries of tho medical science ia tho United
Slates.
DRVTowx, May 28, 1856.
1)R. J. C. Yoi’XO ,—The medicine and advice which I re
ceived from you on my visit to San Francisco last month,
have effected a most gratifying change in my physical con
diiion. My appetite has returned—that dull languor and
paleness left me. and 1 felt like a new man. Persons in the
mines have been so much im|M>.-ed upon hy adtertuing phy
sicians. that they ku«»w not what to do. Many who have
noticed the rapid change in my appearance, have expressed
their astonishment at it. 1 write {hi* out of pure gratitude
for what you did for me. WALTER WARREN.
Voluntary Certificate from Don Pedro'# liar.
Doing de#irou* of benefit ting my follow man aa much as
possible, induces iu« to cuiuc before the public and certify
PAN FRANCISCO ADVRKTIBKMKNTO
spread him illy mipirici-ni which is stalking with such des
tructinn throughout this otherwise blessed country.
n. r. manning.
Residence, Icon Pedro's Rar.
Witntsa: W. Grey. C. L. Hostwic.
■XT'or NT. MAX HAVE YOU CONTTUnTT) THAT TFHRI
1 ble dip* ase. which, when once abated In the system,
will surely i?ii down from one generation to another, under
nstitul ■ ■ 1 • i | . ; i v nr t ir.it flul !*
li'c ' Jio not tiu*t you reel fin the hands of those mushroom
(Juaeka that start up every day in a city like this, and hll
the paper- with abominable falsehood*, too wi II calculated
to deceive the young, and those who me not *• posted up"
in the trick- of foreign and domestic Imposter*.
You cannot he too careful in the selection of a Physician*
or a remedy in th#se eases. You should apply to a man
who ha- had ample experience, and who po-sew.es true skill 1
in the tr* atim-nt thereof. Such a physician is Dr. J. C.
Yorso, who has treated anil cured more cases of such dls
eases than any one man living to day, in this or any othet
country, ills ofllcea were the first that were opened in thU
eity for the exclusive treatment of private diseases. His
different publications have been re-published in almost
every country in Europe, and an; now acknowledged as
standard works by our own m< dical colleges and the profes
sion throughout the country.
DR VorNiJ, by recent improvement* In the healing art,
i- eriahled to elfect cures in u few days, without mercury or
change of diet, under a challenge of
>5,000.
Married iiersona, or those contemplating marriage, being
aware of physical weakness, should consult DH. YOtJNG
YOUNG MEN
especially, who hat* become tire victim of solitary vice,
that dreadful, fascinating, and destructive habit, which Alls
thousand* of *lck rooms with paralytic* and consumptives,
and hundreds of untimely graves with its misguided vie
thus, -Jibuti consult, without a moment's delay, one who
will sympathize with their sulferings. and cure them for a
moderate compensation. Indeed, he who places himself
under the care* of DR. J. C. YOUNG, may religiously confide
in his honor ns a gentleman, and confidently rely upon hie
skill as a physician, acknowledged by all the wealthiest! and’
rtm.-l respectable portion of our of 1 inhabitant*.
Office—Tomer Montgomery and California streets, oppo
site Wells, Fargo & Co.’* Express Office.
UEMFMBER— THAT DR. J. C. YOUNG'S OFFICE, FOR
i the treatment of Private Hineses, is at the comer of
Montgomery and California street*, opposite Wells, Fargo
& Co.'s Kxpres- Office, San Francisco
REMEMBER—That Dk. Youxu want* no patients but those
fully capable of appreciating and distinguishing tlic services
of a regular, thorough bred physician, Urom the paltry, un
learned and trilling quack.
RK.MKMMKR—That Die. Yorxo Is the only regular bred
physicinn advertising to cure disease* of imprudence.
REMEMBER—That Dk. Yhi no's remedies and treatment
are entirely unknown to all others, pre)>ared from a life
spent in the groat Hospitals of Europe and the first in this
country, from pure chemicals imported.
REMEMBER—That Dk. Yufsm lias a more extended prac
tice than any other physician in the world.
REMEMBER—That all the Wealthy Citizen*, Editors and
our jstpnlar men. are well acquainted, and lake great plea
sure in recommending Dk. Yoi’XH to the allticted.
REMEMBER—'That Dk. Yorso makes no false representa
tions to gull the unfortunate, but that all he nays will he
faithfully carried out.
REMEMBER—That Dk. Yorxo wil! jure any case of Pri
vale Disease in one-half the time that it takes other*, and
that he never fails to bring relief to the alliicled and unfor
tunate. curing them in from two to six day*.
REMEMBER—That Dm. J. C. Yorso gives every attention
to Diseases peculiar to Females. a 32 3m
DOCTOR HO XT’S
Private IVEocllcal OfQco
AND
DISPENSARY,
CORNER OF DUPONT AND PACIFIC STREETS,
SAN FRANCISCO.
I\EVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO THE TREATMENT OF
* Chronie or I.ingei ing IH.-ease of both sexes, and to lb©
Hereditary Alice lion* of Children. Diseases of the Skin suc
cessfully treated. |
Md‘ I ’at i cuts may rely upon a judicious and efficacious
treatment, in accordance with the longand well-established
principles of Allopathic Practice. m*JO 3m
to u.t.TKuns, .tss.ti i.ns,
.... A X I) ...,
Oolcl Dust Donlors.
rpilK HOI ( F lI.M’.A.'ZTtIY. 17,SAY «c TO . HAVING
1 . -taMUhed tbc.r NEW OOlJ) AND BH.VKK REFINE.
BN onalarp 1 ile, and in a i-rmanent manner, are now
ready to rec. ne the precim.- Metal* and prej are them for
iimin-'.isle coinage, at the V S. Mint, in the moat txpidi
tious wav.
■J'liey finite the attention of the Bankers and Gold Dust
Dc ,!■ i to the fact, that their refining i* conducted by a
process «o much cheaper and quicker than Hint of the Go.
vernmcnl, that they cam fix a much lower rale of charge*
for the operation, and thus make it a great liecunlary bene
fit to tin- Inquisitor, both in the time of receiving hi* coin, a*
well aa in the amount of the returns.
They are prepared to return either coin or refined bars for
dust and Imported bars.
r Office NT Battery street, near Commercial street,
mb-3in JIARASZTHY. 17-NAV ft CO.
Tll K HOTEL
mTEmjATxoiirAij,
Jackson Street, nlmve .Montgomery,
SA N Fli A N CISCO ,
18 OPEN FOR THE RKCKITIOM OF GUESTS, AFTER
undergoing u thorough repair in every department, and
refitted throughout with NEW FURNITURE, BEDDING,
CARPETS, etc., and is now one of the best, most cleanly,
and more comfortable than any House on the Pacific.
it will be kept as a First-Class Hotel in every particular,
where all will meet with a Social Home, combined with good
clean Rooms and Beds, and the best tabic ever set in Sa»
Francisco
The Hotel Department of the Railroad House has always
been acknowledged in have been the most cleanly, and bet
ter kept than any other House in San Francisco. It is only
necessary to say that, until recently, Mrs. Haijcv controlled
that part ol tin- Railroad House, and wi\l now take the sole
charge of the International, assisted by Messrs. Jxo. J. Ha-
Utv, and K. R. Roiunsox, formerly of the New York Hotel,
late of tha Railroad House, and Mr. M. A. FHUNCH, late of
the Rassette House. We will aerve to phase, and ask but
one trial for nuccess.
BOARD AND LODGING,
From >3 to j>er DAY, and from >l3 to >lB jier WEEK.
AF* The INTERNATIONAL COACH is always in attend,
auce to convey Passengers to and from the Boats, at
ni6 3m ONE DOIJ.AR FoR EACH PERSON.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Merchant street and the Plaza.
I PERSONS WHO DESIRE APARTMENTS OF THE FIRST
Class, Furnished or Unfurnished, will find them at this
Hotel, which is the most fashionable and comfortable of any
in this city, and being under the immediate su|s-r> ision and
attention of the proprietress, presents all the comforts of a
home.
Rooms rented by the month, day or week.
Passengers arriving by the steamer*, will always find
lodgings prepared.
Private entrance on Kearny street.
MADAME TOUCHARI),
mfi-3m Proprietress.
FREDERICK A. BAWfER,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law ,
AVOCAT, ABOGADO,.
HPKAKING FRENCH AND SPANISH.
Express Building, N.E cor. Montgomery and California st«.,
a29*tf SAN FRANCISCO.
E - GK H A L Ji,
Importer and Dealer in
Slanl£. 800 Dl s ,
STATIONERY, WRITING PAPER, AC..
Comer of Front and Commercial st*., Sun Francisco. «29-tf
SAM. H. PRICHARD &
COMMISSION MERCHANTS „
No. 07 Front Street, corner Merchant,
SAN FRANCISCO.
b'g- Good* bought and forwarded pn.iapth to anr part
of tlie Mim s, “ May Flower," “ Our Jewel, " • Va.‘ Offer
ing to California," and 4 • El Sacramento," Tobacco, For
sale by a'JUlf H H. PRICHARD, Agent.
Calil'ui'iiia Steam Aavigulion Co.
iuiats
BETWEEN SAN FEANCISCO AND STOCKTON
j Steamer CORNELI A— rapt. K. Conklin.
j Steamer J. RRAGDGN ("apt, Tuomab W. Skllkv
Leave Jackson Wharf, San Francisco, Daily, (Sun
day* excepted.) for Stockton, at 4v. u.
, agr Freight and Passenger* will always receive the best
attention. JOP S. PRATT. Agent at Stockton
1 a 23 3ui SAMUCL J- UENfELY run liaucisc*

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