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MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES.
C. r. SUcDEIIMOT C. KERRI NS D. BRIKN.
Main street, Mariposa,
AND
SAXTON'S CREEK,
Have recently associated together os a Trading Firm,
under the name of
M AC DEKMOT & CO.
FOK TUB PURPOSE OF CONDUCTING A
Wholesale and Retail Business
IN
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS:
Superior Old Wines and Liquors,
Of the Choicest Itrumln ;
HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS;
Clothing, Hoots ami Shot s:
DUCKS, DRILLS AND BLANKETS;
mining Tools, Etc.
.... AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT or ....
II AH.D W AXLE.
We would respectfully inform our Friends and
he Public, that one or the firm will remain constantly
in San Francisco, for the purpose of purchasing and
forwarding floods, and by this arrangement wo will
be enabled to sell Goods
•Iff Low as any Other House
IX THE SOUTHERN MINUS,
port cash.
QUICK SALES AWI» SHALL PROFITS I!
Cull and examine our Stock and Prices before pur
chasing elsewhere.
Mariposa, July 4, 1856. altf
UNION HOUSE.
B Y PRA N K WIL LI AM 8,
(Formerly of the “Franklin House.”)
MARIPOSA.
THE PROPRIETOR INVITES FRIENDS.
Strangers and Old Customers to give him a call at his
New House, near the head of Maiu street,
At the Liberty Pole;
Where Board and Lodging of a first class Hotel can
be obtained. #
To his House arc also attached
LIVE II Y S T A U Ij 1l
. . . AND
BA THS ! BA THS ! BA THS !
Those who desire the comforts and benefits of a
clean, luxurious Bath, Hot, Cold. Temperate, or
Shower, can be accommodated, as the Propriety
spares no pains in administering to the wants of the
outer as well as the inner man. Baths Fifty Cents
tcii i aid
FURNITURE
AND B E D DING.
MAUIP O 8 A .
CHARLES STUBGKE
«9”WOULD INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND THE
Public that he has Removed his Manufactory us above
of Furniture and Bedding, toaspa< ions plan;, nearly
opposite the Post Office, Mariposa, where he is now pre-
Carcd to sell and Manufacture to order anv article in
is 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 i HAIRS:
ROCKING CHAIRS;
NURSE CHAIRS;
BEDSTEADS;
BUREAUS;
WASH STANDS:
TABLES, ETC., ETC.
With a great variety of other Aitides In his line,
too numerous to mention.
All Articles that leave his Store arc warranted to be
what they are sold for, or no sale. altf
MAC II 1 N E SHOP
AND
FOUNUIIY,
BULLION STREET,
Immediately in the Rear of Cushman's .Veto Stoi c.
MR. N HASKELL, MACHINIST, HAVING HIS MA
chine Shop aiul Foundry now in complete working ol
der, would respectfully inform Ids friends mid the public
generally, that he is now prepared to do all kinds of l ast
ings to order, and will superintend in peraonthu Making and
Repairing of every description of Machinery in gc.ernl use
in ih<* county, if" is prepared to make Casting* of 1600 llm.
weight, and will warrant all of his work strong ami perf-ct.
If required, ho will visit place* requiring work done on Roil
era or Engines. altf
IrT HILLIARD HALES REPAIRED and made perfectly
round and true. Also—Halls for Hondo turned.
MARIPOSA BAKERY,
BY O. MEYEB cfc CO.
MAIN STREET, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH. MARIPOSA.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE MARIPOSA
BAKERY is always ready to sunrilv Families with
good, wholesome BREAD; also, PiES and CAKES,
at LIVING PRICES.
Makitos*. July 8, 1866. altf
VOTE ON THE STATE DEBT.
Office ok Secretary of State. 1
Sacramento, California, May, 2G, 1 H/»7, f
I DAVID F. DOUGLASS. SECRETARY OF STATE. OF
q the State of California, do hereby certify that tb> an
nexed is a true and correct copy of the original Act, now on
file in my office.
Witness my hand, and the great *eal of State, at my
office in Sacramento, California, (he twenty-sixth day ot
Mar. A. D. 1857. DAVID F. DOUGLASS,
[seal.] Secretary of Stale.
CHAPTER CCXL.IV.
An Act to providbfor Paying certain Equitable
Claims against the Statf, of California, and
to contract a Funded Debt for that purpose.
The People of the State of California, represented in
Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :
Section 1. For the purpose of liquidating, funding,
and paying the claims against the State of ( difomia,
hereinafter specified, the Treasurer of State shall cause
to be prepared suitable bonds of the Stab; of( ,'alifor
nia, not to exceed the sum of three millions nine
hundred thousand dollars, bearing interest at the rate
of seven per cent, per annum from the date of their
issue, payable at the Slate Treasurer's office, on the
first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and
seventy-seven; the interest accruing on said bonds
shall be due and payable at the office of the Treasurer
of State, on the first day of January and of July of
each year : Provided', That the first payment oi in
terest shall not lie made before the first day of Jammiv,
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine. Haul
bonds shall be signed by the Governor, and counter
signed by the Comptroller, and endorsed by the Treas
urer of State, and shall have the seal of the Slate
affixed thereto.
Skc. 2. Coupons for the interest shall l>e attached to
each bond, so that they may bo removed without in
jury or mutilation to the bond. Said coupons, con
secutively numbered, shall be signed by the Treasurer
of State.
Sec. 3. It shall Ikj the duty of the Treasurer and
Comptroller of State each to keep a separate record of
all such bonds as may be issued, showing the number,
date and aniouift of each l»ond. and to whom the same
was issued, and upon what claim, and its amount: ami
none of the claims herein specified shall lie liquidated
or paid but in the manner herein provided
| Skc. 4. The sum of one thousand dollars is hereby
appropriated out of any money In the Treasury not
otherwise appropriated to pay the expense that may
) be incurred by the Treasurer in having said bonds
prepared, but the Comptroller ahull not draw hits war-
I rant on the Treasury I«*r this amount until there is
money therein to pay the same.
; Hkc. 5. All person-* having any of the claims against
I the State of California, entitled to be funded as herein
j alter specified, shall, upon the presentation of the same
Ito the Treasurer of State, receive in exchange tbere
j for a bond or bonds of the State of California, provided
for in the first section of thin Act; but no bond shall
be issued for a less sum than five hundred dollars, nor
i for fractional parts of a hundred dollars, but the
Treasurer may issue certificates of such fractional
1 parts not Isuided. which said certificates shall he trans
| ferahle and entitled to be funded as before provided.
I The Treasurer shall endorse, on the back of each claim
I so received and liquidated, the date on which he re
ceived the same, mid from whom, and the number of
: the bond issued in exchange therefor, and such claim
shall he filed in the office of the Secretary of State.
| Skc. 6. For the payment within twenty years of the
I principal and interest of the bonds issued under this
( Act. there shall be levied annually, until the lionds are
paid, and promptly collected in the same manner as is
i or may be provided by law for ordinary State taxes, a
i tax oi thirty cents on each one hundred dollars of the
I assessed value of real and personal properly in the
| State, and the fund derived from this tax shall he set
j apart and applied exclusively to the payment of the
| interest on the bonds herein provided, and the final
redemption of the principal of said bonds, arid the faith
of the State of California is hereby pledged for the
• payment as herein provided of the l.' inls issued hv
! virtue of this Act, and the interest thereon and all
moneys that may be received by the Stale of Califor
l nia from the United States Government on account of
tlie* Civil Fund, so called, are hereby irrevocably
pledged to the payment of the principal and interest
on the bonds i--ned under this Act. A willful refusal
1 or neglect by Supervisors <.r any other officer to levy
or collect the tax imposed by this Act. shall be a mis
demeanor, and the person or persons convicted there
of shall he removed from office and punished by a fine
not exceeding one thousand dollars, or by imprison
ment in the county jail not exceeding six mouths, or
; by both such fine and imprisonment.
Skc. 7. Whenever, on the first dry of .January nr
July in any year, there remains, after the payment of
the interest as hereinbefore provided, a surplus of ten
thousand dollars or more, it shall be the duty of the
Treasurer to advertise for f lie space of one week, in
one daily newspaper published In English, in the city
I of New York, and for one month in one daily new-
I paper published in English at the State Capital, for
, sealed proposals, t<» be opened one month after the ex
piration of such publications by the Treasurer, in the
presence of the Governor or Comptroller, at the State
Capital, for the surrender of Isolds issued under this
Act, which advertisement shall state fin* amount of
money he has on hand for the purpose of redemption,
and they shall accept the lowest proposals, at rates not
exceeding par value, ns may redeem the greatest
i amount of bonds until the amount of cash on hand for
redemption is exhausted , provided, h wrver, in ease
a sufficient amount of such Imnds shall not bo offered,
to exhaust the sinking fund to a less amount than ten
thousand dollars, then It is hereby made the duty ot
; the Treasurer to advertise in two newspapers, one In
i New York and one at the Capital of this State, for
'three months, which advertisements shall stab* the
' amount in the sinking fund, and the number of bonds
numbering them in the order of their issuance, which
; such fund is set apart to pay and • Ii- barge ; and if
' such bonds, so numbered in such advertisements, ‘‘hall
not be presented for payment and cane' llation within
three months from the expiration of such publication,
then such fund shall remain in the Treasury to dis
charge such bonds whenev* r presented but they shall
| draw do interest after such publication as last afore
said.
' Sac. H. The Treasurer of State shall keep full and
particular account and record of all his proceedings
under this Act, and of the bonds redeemed and sur
rendered. and he shall transmit to the Governor an ah
| struct of all his proceedings under this Act, with his
annual report, to be by the Governor laid before the
Legislature ; and all books and papers pertaining to
j the matters provided for In this Act, shall at all times
lie open to the inspection of any party interested, or
i the Governor, or the AttorneyGener.il, or a com mitt' e
of either branch of the Legislature, or a Joint com
mittee of both,
j Hkc. f». It shall he the duty of the Treasurer to pay
1 the interest on said bonds when the *ame fulls due, out
j of said interest fund, If sufficient, and if said fund be
not sufficient, then to pay the deficiency out of the
I General Fund; Provided, that the (.'"in (droller of
State shall first draw his warrant on the Treasurer,
i payable to the order of said Treason r for the amount
[of interest money about to become due, which said
interest warrant shall Is? drawn at least one month
I previous to the maturing of the interest.
Sec. 10. It shall Is* the duly of the Governor and
Comptroller to attend, at least on* e in each month, at
the Treasurers office, while said b .ids arc I sang is
sued, to examine all claims received by the Treasurer
us aforesaid, and » an-«* the same to be registered and
cancelled in such manner u* to prevent them from
being rc issued or put in circulation.
Hkc. 11. The following ore specified us the claim
which are entitled t • be received and funded under
this Act: First, Civil bonds of the Slate issued under
the funding Acta passed in the years I*sl, 1K.',2. 1 *53,
j 1H55, and 18.VL which are now outstanding, with in
[ terest due on the same when presented, as appears by
l the coupons. Second, Comptroller's warrants drawn
[ under sanction of law, for civil expenses prior to Jan
uary Ist, A. I). 1857, and now outstanding mid un
paid. but the provisions of this Act shall not authorize
the funding of any of tlm-e warrants, the registration
and endorsement of which were cancelled or required
tube cancelled by the provisions of” An Act to cancel
1 the registration and endorsement of certain warrants,
and prohibiting the payment of the same," approved
January 30th, A. I). l s sd, or warrants which have
I ln*en specifically adjudged illegal by any Court, and
; all said warrants specified in the hist mentioned Act,
are hereby expressly excluded from all the laments
j and provisions of this Act. Third, Just or legal claim*-
1 against the State accrue I prior to January 1 -t. K. 7,
! and which may he allowed and audited by Act of the
Legislature. And If the Treasurer of State shall w ill
fully issue imnds upon claims not herein specified us
I receivable, it shall be deemed a .misdemeanor, ami he
shall Ik* punished ns provided in section fi of this Act.
and such bond shall lie void.
Skc. 12. Tin* claims soe ified in this A«f may lie re
ceived for funding, and bonds therefor mav Ik* issued
prior to the first day of January, I *s'.*. but not alter
wards: and all claims not presented for funding prior
to that time, are excluded from the provisions of this
I Act, and such blank bonds prepared und* r the provis
ions of this Act, us shall then remain on hand, snail be
destroyed In the preaeuee of the Governor, Comptroller
and Treasurer.
Skc. 13. This Act shall take effect on the first day
of November, A. I). 1857, as to all Its provisions, ex
cept those relating to. anil nece* * ary for. its submis
sion to the people, ami for returning, canvassing and
proclaiming the votes—which ahull take effect im
mediately.
Skc. 14. This Act shall be submitted to the people
of the State for their ratification, at the next gi neral
election, to )*• holden on the first Wednesday of Sep
tember. A. I). 1857, and the qualified electors of ibis
State, shall, at Mid election, on their ballots for State
officers, vote for or against this Act; those \ ding for
the same, ‘-hall write or have printed on their ballots,
the words “ Fay the Debt; ” and thrwe voting against
the same, shall write or have minted on their ballots
! the words “ Repudiate the Debt.”
Skc. 15. The votes cast for and against this Art.
shall l»e counted, returned and canvassed, and declared
lln the same manner and subject to the same nd**s a
votes cast for the Treasurer of Slate, and if it appear
i that a majority of all the votes so cast for or against
this law, in aforesaid, or In favor • f this Act. then the
same shall have effect as hereinbefore provided, and
shall he irropealable until the principal and interest of
the liabilities herein created shall be paid and dis
charged, and the Governor shall make proclamation
thereof: but if a majority of the vote* so rust are
i against this Act. then the same shall 1 ecome v< id.
Skc. Iff. It shall Ik* tin* duty of the Secretary of
State to have this Act published in one newspaper in
each Judicial District of this State, if one be published
j therein, for three months next preceding the general
election to Ik* holden upon the first Wednesday of Sep
j tembor next; for which publication no greater allow
' ancc shall be made than the rates allowed by law to
j the State Printer.
j Approved April 28lh, 1857. jell 3m
J. A. HENRY,
Butcher’s Shop,
MAUIPOS A,
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries anil Provisions,
Superior Old French Wines and Liquors,
Havana nn<l American Cigars,
French Clothing, direct from Paris.
Miners and others me reque*t«*<l to call and examine
for thenj»elv**H before pnrchaHing ebewhere. altf
Arthur W. Jcc,
MORMON BAR,
Oue Mile Im’loiv ]U.iri|ioHU Town.
I have on hand a complete and suitable assortment of
PROVISIONS, HOOTS. CLOTHING,
IVtIIXT I 3XT O TOOLS,
And other Goods necessarily required by Miners.
For sale at the lowest market price, by
•*-tf ARTHUR W. JEE.
$
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V STwE^YORK~?j '-TTr 1 !
IN QUART DOTTLES.
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD,
Ami for the Cure of
Schopula, Meiutbial DISKvsKS, Stcubokn Uixkrh,
Kll I l’M ATIMM, CiTTANKoL'A EhI'PTIONH, D Vld'M'SlA,
Liver Complaint. Broni iiitis, Salt Kiiki'U,
Cunhi mitiov, Fever Sonic*, Kkyhipkla*,
Female Complaints, L<»-« op Appe
tite, I'IUPLKS, Bii.KR, GKNKRAL
Debility, etc.
Every revolving year confirm* and spreads farther and
wider the well-merit'-'I reputation and deserved popularity
of this invaluable Medicine, proving it l» be tfio moat
elßi-ac .in* remedial agent known, fur (he cure of all dls
«aae* arising from an impure elate of the blood. Asa roll.'
a per cut, antiseptic and tunic, it contains (be three must
no-f ii properih-« "f medicine. If pnrga*. purities, mid re
stores. The rapidity with which the patient recovers
HEALTH AMD STRENGTH
under ih‘* triple Influence is surprising Each now case in
which it is applied furnishes In the result a new certificate
of Its excellence : and we have only to point to the accu
mulated testimony of multitudes who nave exponeed
I a i fleets, to convince incredulity itself of ita real value.
Another Cure of Scrofula.
Trot, N. Y., Sept. I, isr»4.
Messrs. A. 11. A P>. Hasps: Gentlemen, — I have for
nearly three years been troubled with that dreadful dla
ea»" Scrofula; ao much so, as to be offensive In my hus
band and to mvaelf ; and to obtain relief have tried every
kind of medicine that caina under my notice, without
• fleet One of my neighbor*. who had been cured of a
sim'lar Complaint by your Sarsaparilla, adviser! me to
make a trial of it and 1 can truly say that It ha* done m«
a world of pood, having completely cured me. Hoping
ilial my evidence may induce others similarly afflicted to
adopt the same reinedv. with tic same •atiifaciory results,
I remain gratefully yours.
SAKAII a. I. rOIILMAN.
Prepared and sod by A. 11. »V l>. **ANItS, Whole
sale Druggists, No. 100 Fulton-street, New York.
For * .'o bv ItKWITT. KITTLE A O. IF. JOHNSON’
A Co., and UKDING TON a Co . Sbm Francisco: KICK
.v COFFIN. Marysville: f!. 11. Mi DONALD Jfc Co,Sac
ramento; and by Druggists generally.
CLOVK AXODVNK
TOOTHACHE DROPS.
Complain no more of Aching Teeth.
The'i 1 Drops have been extensively nvtd by thousands,
whose experience has proved that tin* Anodyne will give
immeoia and permanent relief after tlie failure of every
other remedy. It is pleasant to the Ui-te and smell, and a
few application* will entirely remove the pain endaoreneee
from a decayed toot it, so that it may bo filled and rendered
a« useful *s ever. When tlie pain proceed* from III" face,
or from the gum* ai" I a tooth apparently Round, Ihi*
Anodyne will give » speedy relief by rubbing a few drop*
on Hie part all. eted.
Prepared and sold bv 11. tV 11. M\MH, Wltole
l) ilea, N IOU Fu ton-street, Ne v fork.
F r • . e by HEWITT. KITTLE A C->. 11. JOHNSON
V . and PKIMNGTON x Man Frsnci*co: I.U K
A C»»F FIN, Mary - be; li. II M- I > »N ALD A Co., Mac
r,.o’ento; and by Dru-.v -ts generally.
tffT Sanpr* Sara ap a kill a and other Medicine*
For Sale by DR. A. D. Hf)VCK, Druggist, llornitmi.
july‘2 ly
STOCKTON’ BUSINESS- CARDS.
EAGLE II OTE Ij ,
EAST SIDE OF THE PUBLIC KtiFARK,
On the Corner of Kan Joa.|uin and Main streets,
STOCKTON.
THK above HOTEL WAS OI I.VKD on MON
day, the .Olh day of November, 1H65, and la now in the
full tide of NueceaHfnl experiment. Tlie Pr"piie'orhat«
thoroughly renovated, iinpruve«l and refitted the In m e.
and procured entire new Furniture. Ite.ls and lb elding
for tlie a> • oinniodatiori ol I uniliea, Boarders and Tra
veller-*. The Proprietor will spare no pain* to make
bit* | atrona romfortable. C. A. MEAD,
altf pßopßino*.
NEW
KEFI.FII h CO. announce that they have just opened
. on the Ltvee, next door to thaSh^.lc-Saloon. Mock ton,
A NEW FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY STORE,
Where they are prepared to
FILL AM. ORDERS IN THEIR LINK.
At Wholesale or Retail, at rate* to suit the time*. Their
hi rangeineuts are complete lor receiving constant Hupplies
of the moNt choice article*.
• Order* from the nmntry promptly and satisfactorily
Attended to. KKKI.KK K « (»..
nifl dm Next door t*» the Shade* Saloon, Stockton
F. W. ROLL,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
Fire Proof Brick Building, directly opposite Steamboat Land
ing. Mockton. California.
,#«• Particular attention paid to receiving and forwarding
Merchandise from HteamlNint* and nailing vessels, with dis
patch, and at the lowest rates of freight . aI6 3m
JOSEPH D. PETERS,
FREIGHTER AND FORWARDER,
STOCKTON’. CALIFORNIA.
Particular attention paid to receiving Merchandise from
steamboat* and nailing vosaela. and forwarding withdispach.
and at the lowest rate* of freight, without extra charge of
commission or otherwise.
Kf Office in tflarbuck's Prick Puildlng on the f.evee.
corner of Commerce street, directly oppo-ite the .Steamboat
Landing.
Order* accompanied with tlie cash, will receive prompt
attention. alo-3ni
s. S 1 A EBUCii,
General Commission anil Forwarding Merchant,
DBALKB IN l-’LOI It, BAULKY. AC.
Corner Commerce Nlreet. and L-vee, Stockton, California.
fciT Particular attention paid t<> icieiving Good* from
steamer*, and forwarding same to all parte of the Southern
Mines at lowest rates of freight.
N. P—Storeage in his Fire-Proof Building, when required,
free of charge. Good references given, if required. »15 3m
KR KUi I 1T... FKKIGIIT.... FRKuVI IT
.... AT ....
ft*" nkDu O K D PRIG I: S.
The undersigned pegs nESPErm u.Y Tf> state
that from and after this dote, 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 rate* of freight, viz :
For heavy Goods, Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, etc., by
Mule Teams J cts. per lb.
Ox Team* 1 cti. |>er lb.
For Case or Dry * mods, and others of a bulky
nature, small lots, etc., Mule Team. to 2>£ cts. j>er lb.
<»x Team to cts. per lb.
Kates of Freight to llornitns and other town* on the Mari
]N)*a lino, pro|>oriinnately cheap.
In addition I offer the advantage* of correctness, dispatch,
and security ngai I losses, or damage* on Gooda in trannit.
Storage in a Fire-Proof Brick Building for all Gouda con
signed t<> my care, KRKK OF itiakck.
■r#“ orders from the country faithfully and promptly at
tended to.
RiT Hima fi l? reference*given in all ease* when required
Stockton. May 10, 18A7. (mUO-tf) f). J. oI’LLAHAN.
NOTICE.
THE SUBSfTtIBEII ANNOUNCES TO THE
Public that he \h pit-pand to
RANCH ANIMALS,
On liif* Hay and (irain Ranches, which are poMCMed
of an abundance of FEED and WATER, and are en
tirely fenced in : therefore possessing advantages for
Ranching Stock superior to all others. Tlie above
Ranch is located in Burns' Valley, three-fourth* of a
mile above Quartzburpr. on the Ftapc Road leading to
Mariposa. faltfj E. G. BARTON*.
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
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HEALTH |
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DU. 1.. J. CZAPKAY’B
GRAND MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
INSTITUTE,
Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Office,
Sacramento Street, below Montgomery.
SAN FRANCISCO.
EtUiNUhfA fur (hr I’rrmanenl Cure, of all Private and
Chronic Ihtexuet. ami (hr Bupprtttion of Quackery.
DU. L. J. CZAPKAY, LATE IN THE HUNG A
riaii Revolutionary War, Chief Physician to the
-Uth Regiment of Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the Mili
tary Hospital at Pcsth, Hungary, arid late Lecturer on
Di-eases of the Urinary Organa, and Diseases of Wo
men and Children, has opened Inn Institute fur the
cure of all fornix of Private Disease*, such ax Syphilis,
; Gonorrh(eu, Nocturnal Emissions, and ail the conse
quences of Self-A hu-e. in the first stages of Syphilitic
j or (lonorrho al Diseases, lie guarantees a cure in a few
: days, without inconvenient e to the patient, or hin
i drance to his business. When a patient, by neglect or
I improper treatment, has dcvel ped the aymptorns <•(
, Secondary Syphilis, such as buboes, or painful swell
ings of the groins, or ulcers in the throat or nose,
' which, if not checked, destroy the soft (tarts, and cause
j the bones f.. mortify, separate and coma away, leaving
i Hit- sufferer hideous to behold ; or when splotches anti
pimples break out upon the skin, or whan he has pain
ful swellings ii|iou Hie 1 tones, or when his constitution
: is injured so as to predispose to consumption or const i
j tutional disease, the Doctor guarantees a cure or asks
no compensation. In Rheumatism, chronic or acute,
in Dysentery or Diarhoea, he has safe ami effectual
j remedies. I-or the treatment of the consequences of
I Saif*Abuse, such as Nocturnal Emissions, Nervousness,
j Timidity, Headache, Pains in the Back and Limits.
1 with General Weakness, I/tss of Appetite. l/>ss of
Memory, Injury U t llie Sight, Restlessness, On fusion
, of Ideas. Dislike for Society, and a Feeling of Wear!-
I ness of Life, with the nervous system so excitable that
Slight uobes sh i k or startle tbe patient, making his
existence miserable. For the above maladie . the
| Doctor will guarantee a cure, or ask no compensation.
; He can be consulted tree of charge, and invites all to
> all, as it will coat them nothing, and may be much to
to their advantage.
air A Tuibi tk to Mkhitkp Worth. —The ingra
filmlo of man to his fellow man is so often met in life,
that testimonials, prompted by the finer feelings of the
heart, arc oasis in the life of those who sacrifice their
I be-t days in philanthropic devotion to Hie alleviation
jof the ills of frail mortality. Eraprfcism floods the
; columns of our press with fraudulent and fictitious let
: tors, singing penns to the worth of their egotistical
< liar la tan ism. Ik-low we append a letter from a wor
thy man, who, a brief period since,seemed destined to
i “ Shuttle off this mortal coll,” who looked forward to
his dissolution with that pleasure which only those
I weighed down by tin- heavy hand of disease can. Con
trary to hope, the ability of a skillful physician has re
-tored him to liis former health. Relieved from his
terrible situation, and impelled by gratitude, he makes
known his . t <• ami remedial agent, and his statement
i- authenticated by a Notary Public. The demands of
society imperiously command its publicity, and it is
given more to warn the unwary, than to sound the
nrai*es of a physician of w hom scores of like cases can
be cited:
Oktificatk. The undersigned, desirous of ac
quainting tho-e who may be unfortunate enough to l>c
similarly allln i< d where a permanent relief of their
| sufierings may be obtained, fei is it his duty to thus
l publicly express his sincere gratitude to Dr. L. J. I 'zap*
i kay. for the permanent recovery of his health. Borne
down by the distressing symptoms incident to the vi
cious pra* ti< cs of uncontrollable passion in youth- de
pics-ed in ts»dy and mind - unable to perform even the
most trifling duly imposed on the daily avocations of
lit*- I sought the advice of many phy-a lans, who at
lir-t regarded my disease ns of trifling importance ; but
alas! after a few weeks, and in several instances
months, of their treatment, I found, to my unutterable
horror, that instead of relief, the symptoms became
more alarming in their torture ; and being finally told
by one that the disease, ls-ing principally confined to
the brain, medicines would be of little consequence, I
despaired of ever regaining my health, strength and
energy : and as a bust resort, and with but a faint hope,
called upon Dr. Caapkay. who, after examining rny
case, prescribed some medicine which almost instantly
relieved me • f the dull pain and dizziness in my head.
Encouraged by this result, 1 resolved to place myself
immediately under his care, and by a strict obedience
to bis directions and advice, my head became clear, niv
ideas collected, the constant pain in my back and
groins, the weakness of my limbs, the nervous reaction
of my whole system on the slightest alarm or excite
ment, the misanthropy end evil forebodin '-, the seif
di-trust and want of confidence in others, the incapa
bility to study and want of resolution, the frightful, ex
citing, and at times pleasurable dreams at night, fol
lowed by involuntary discharges, have all disappeared :
and, in lu< t, in two mouths alter having consulted the
Doctor, I felt a- if inspired by a new life that life
which but a slant time «g*» I contemplated to end by
my own hand. With a view to guard the unfortunate
from falling into the snares of incompetent quacks, I
deem i! my duty to offer this testimony to the merit
and skill of Dr. < zapkay.and recommend him to all who
Dia} wand i'i nre.i of medical advice,being aaored bj
my "Wn experience that,once under his care, a radical
and permanent cure w ill be effected. B. F. Fillmore.
State of California, County of San Francisco. Sub
scribed and sworn to before me, this seventeenth day
of April, A. D. iHoff. (Signed)
in. s.| John Midim.kton, Notary Publi.-.
>r. L. J. C'zapkay’s Medical and Surgical Institute
is on Sacramento street, below Montgomery, Ran Fran
cisco, California. The Doctor offers free consultations,
and asks no remuneration unless he effects a cure.
«g- A Cakik I. the undersigned, having been un
der the treatment of Dr. L. J. Czankay. although unso
licited. feel called upon to give publicity to the efficacy
of liis treatment, hoping that by doing mi 1 may be in
strumental in preventing others from experiencing the
fearful suffering and misery which I exp* rienced, mid
which so often result from the pernicious practice* of
pretenders. My di-ease has been that of physical and
mental debility, which is the result of indiscretions In
youth. The agonies which 1 endured are, perhaps,
unnecessary for me to detail; they arc known to Uiom
who have experienced them. Suffice it to say. that
having called the service-of Dr. L. J. Czapkay in re
quisition, »H the expectations which I had formed of
him were more than realized. 1 would, therefore, re
commend Dr. Czapkay to all who may find themselves
afflicted with that dreadful malady—my object in so
doing being sympathy for buffering humanity, and a
heartfelt desire fur its relief.
I>. J. Daiii.kr, Printer.
State of California, City ami «'ounty of San Francis
co.- On this thirty-first day <>: July, A. D. iH/id. before
me, W in. ('. Jewett, Ni tary Public, personally appear
ed D. J. Dahiee, known to me. who being duly sworn,
did depose and say that the contents of the card here
with signed by him, arctiue. in witness whereof, I
have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal,
the day and year first above written.
[i.. s. j Wif. C. Jewett, Notary Public.
•s' The Ghi a test Discovbrv of the Aok!
Great Blessing to Mankind!—lnnocent but Potent!—
Dr. L. J. Ozapkay’a Prnpbilaticuiu. (self-disinfecting
agent)- a sure preventive against Gonorriiu al and
Syphilitic Diseases, and an unsurpassed remedy for
Venereal, Scrofulous, Gangrenous and Cancerous Ul
cers. Foetid Discharges from the Vagin, Uterus and
Urethra, and all Cutaneous Eruptions and Diseases.—
As Innncnlalion is a preventive against Small Pox. so
is Dr. L. J. C/apkny’s Prophilnticnm a preventive
againstHyphililic and Gonorrlm-al Diseases. Although
liarmleaa in itself, it tiossessca the power of chemically
destroying the Syphilitic Virus, and thereby saving
thousands front being infected by the most loathsome
of all diseases. 1s t no young man who appreciates
health lie without Dr. Czapkay’s Pmnhiloticom. It is
in very convenient packages, and will be found conve
nient to use. being used ns a soap. Price, five dollars.
For sale at Dr. Czapkay’i 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.
tf Speiimatoukikka, or I/ical Weakness,Nervous
Debility, Low Spirits. Lassitude, Weakness of the |
Limbs and Back, Indisposition and Incapability for |
Labor and Study, Dullness of Apprehension, Loss of
Memory. Aversion to Society, Love of Solitude, Timid
ity, Bolf-Diafrust, Dizziness, Headache. Involuntary
Discharges, Pains In the Side, A flections of the Eyes. I
Pimples on the Face, Sexual and other Infirmities in |
Man. are cured without fail by the justly celebrated
Physician and Surgeon, L. J. Czapkay. His method of
curing diseases is new unknown to others and hence
the great success. All consultations -by letter or
otherwise—free. Address L. J. Czapkay. M. I).. San
Francisco, California.
A C a an.—Prompted by an honest desire of my
heart, I wish to lay before the public a case which de
serves high commendation, not only as an act of scien
tific skill, but that of humanity also. About two years
ago. I suddenly, and from causes unknown to me. was
seized with a fit of Epilepsy, w hich, owing to my ina- 1
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
bilily to meet the ex pennon consequent upon a thorough
medical treatment, nml the diaoouragemeut which 1
met with on attempting it, soon became auch (as I
waa then led to believe) a* to defy the skill of a physi
cian. I wan frequently, while in pursuit of my calling,
thrown down to the ground without the slighe.-tn warn
ing, and although insensible to the agonies, I vet
despised the miseries of my life, and soon learned to
look upon those who would render me assistance, or
shelter me from danger, as enemies who sought to pro
long the misery of my existence. While in this state,
and having previous to my affliction tasted the sweets
of life, I was once more induced to attemiit seeking
aid of a physician, and, by recommendation, called
upon Dr. L,J. Czapkay. I told him my circumstances
and my inability to reward him for my services,regard
less of which, however, he at once undertook my case,
and, with the blessing of God, I was once mote res
tored to perfect health. Unable to reward him tor the
boon which I at present eniov, and yet eonm-mim of
my indebtedness, | consider it‘due to myself, and to
all afflicted, to make the case public, in order that
those in need of medical advice may find a physician
in whom every confidence can Ik? placed.
Mkyku Vap.lonskv.
Rtate of California, County of Sun Francisco Sub
scribed and sworn to before me. this Ist day of August,
A. 1). 1H56. OiLßPtnr A. Grant,
i [L.ff.] Notary Public.
Dr. L. J. Czapkay’* Medical and Surgical Institute
is on Sacramento street, below Montgomery, San Fran
cisco, California. The Doctor offers free consultations,
and asks no remuneration unless he effects a cure.
Spermatorrhoea, or Local WuAiNKss.Dr. L. J.
Czapkay, Lecturer on the Diseases of Women and
Children, and Chief Surgeon of the Military Hosp tal
of Pesth, Hungary, would call public attention to
Spermatorrhoea, or I/>cal Weakness. There is not in
. the catalogue of human maladies one more hi be depre
cated than this, as well because of present distress as
i the ultimate results. The tone of the system under
its influence is either impaired or entirely destroyed,
and a class of symptoms superinduced that unfit man
for the performance of any of the ordinary duties of
I lib-. The injuries done to the physical part of the man
| are truly lamentable, but trifling when compared to
| thine of the censoriurn, the great nervous centre, and
Ito the nervous system generally. This disease, which
j is too often consequent upon that solitary vice, Sell
j Abuse, involves pathological conditions beyond the
comprehension of the uninitiated, hut which are well
understood by the regular practitioner. Among the
I symptoms most conspicuous are the following: I/ive
; of Solitude. Aversion to business and society, Distress
ing Timidity, Nervous Excitement from Slight Can-cs,
| Low Spirits and Lassitude, Dullness of Apprehension,
and Misanthropy. These being functional derange
i ments, are often the harbingers of horrid organic k
sion* of the brain, which produce fatuity, dementia,
and death. For the cure of this, and all kindred dis
c ises. Dr. L. J. Czapkay has established his Institute,
"here ail may rely with perfect confidence upon that
skill which long experience and thorough devotion to
his profession have given. Those who suffer sh-old
call without delay, and use the means by which they
i recuperate and live. All consultations by letters or
otherwise—free. m'JOtf
DR. J. C. YOUNG,
Late Professor at the University, Penn.,
CAM BE FOUND AT THE OLD STAND,
Comer of Montgomery and California Streets,
SAN FRANCISCO,
j Where he can be consulted privately and with the utmost
I confidence by the afflicted at nil hours daily, from 8 A M ,
• until 8 P. M. (Cure always guaranteed or no pay required.)
1 CONSTITUTIONAL DEBILITY AND SEMINAL WEAKN E v?.
1 DR. YOUNG addressee t hose who have injured themselves
; by private and improi>«r indulgence in that secret rml soli-
I tnry habit, which ruins the body and mind, unfitting tiiem
for either business nr society. The following ate some of
j the sad and melancholy effects produced by curly habits of
youth, via: weakness of the back and limb*, pain in the
head, dimness of sight, loss of rnuscuhir power, palpitation
I of the heart, dyspepsia, nervousness, irritability, derange
• rnent of the digestive functions, general debility , symptoms
! of consumption, etc.
j MKXTAI.LY—The fearful effects upon the mind are more to
) be dreaded. I/»«s of memory, confusion of Ides* depression
of spirits, evil forebodings, aversion to society, self-distrust,
I love of solitude, timidity, etc. are most of the evils pro
j duced.
I All persons who are afflicted with any of the above symp-
I toms, should not fail to call on Dr, Young, and be at once
restored to perfect health ■ • fai t ddl. rev | n-M-nt
von. but apply immediately. and save -i'll ' . m tie
! dreadful and awful consequences of this terrible malady.
WEAKNESS OF THE ORGAN'S
[ Immediately cured and full vigor returned,
I'r. J. C. YOUNG.
IMPORTANT TO MINERS AND TRAVELERS.
• There is no malady of deeper importance either in a med
t ical or moral pointer view, to which the hnmun family i.«
| more liable, than that arising from impure connections'
I Asa medical man.it is the duty <.f •mm y physician to
■ look at disease a* ft afft*cte health and life, and his sole object
should to mitigate, as far as lies in his power, their bodi
|iv st. lie ring Hiimiui nature is at best but frail ; all are li
I able to misfortune.
| Of all ills that affect man, none are more terrible than
j those of a private nature. Dreadful as it is in the |>erson
who contracts it, frightful are its ravages upon his conatltu
| tion, ending frequently in destruction and a loathsome
grave, it becomes of still greater iiii|>oriance when it is
i transmitted to innocent offspring. Puch being the ca*e.
, how important it becomes that every one having the least
reason to fear they have contracted the disease, should at
> lend to it at once by consulting some physician, whose re
portability and education enables him to warrant n -afe,
speedy and permanent cure. In accordance with this ne
cessity, Dr Young feels called upon to slate that by long
] study and extensive practice, he has become perfect master
of all those diseases which come under the denomination of
; venereal, and having paid more attention to that one branch
than any other physician in the Failed .States, he finds bitn
! self better qualified to treat them.
Sy phillis. in all its forms, such as Fleers. Swelling of the
j Groins, Fleers in the Throat. Secondary Syiihillis, Culanc
oils Eruptions, Ulcerations, Tertiary Syphillis, Syphillis in
l liiklren. Mercurial Syphillitic Affections, Goiiorrha-, Gleet.
’ Stricture, False Passages, Inliainmatiou of the Bladder and
Prostrate Glands. Excoriations. Turonra. Pustules, etc., are
as familiar to him as the most common things or daily oh
; nervation*.
The doctor effects a cure in recent esses in a few days,
and finds no difficulty in curing those of long duration,
without submitting the patient to such treatment as will
i draw upon him the “lightest suspicion, or oblige him to neg
I lect his business, whether within doors or without. 'I lie
1 diet need not be changed, except in cases of severe intlama
tion. 'there are in California patienat (amounting to over
two thousand iu the past year,) that could furnish proof of
this , but these are matters that require the nicest secrecy,
j which lie always preserves.
All letters enclosing $lO will lie promply attended to.
office hours from 9A. M.toSF. M. Address J.t. VOFNG,
M. D.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
The following are selected from a voluminous accumula
tion of testimonials of the Press of the United states, and
fmm eminent Professors of our institutions where the prac
tice of medicine is taught.
From the S. F. Vdiun.
The question is often asked— Why is it that Dr. J. C.
Young is so successful, while other advertising Physicians
are failing from day to day U’ The answer must l>e, or
should In*, plainly apparent to all. it is, that tie understands
his profession, and attends to it, and. as his practice increa
ses. his knowledge extends. So close lias been his appli
cation to Ins unprecedented practice. Hint he is perfect mas
ter of his profession, and can insure all relief from their
troubles ; and while others are daily sinking into that oh-
I livion from which they were never lilted to lie delivered,
; his course is onward and upward, placing him ut the head
of his arduous profession. So great has been his increase
! of business that In* has been obliged to associate w ith him
self two oilier physicians, both of extended knowledge and
1 practice. W« would advise all afflicted to call upon him in
j preference to any other Physician. We are informed that
lie treats entirely on the Vegetable System, and will always
w arrant a perfect cure. His office is at the corner of Mont
gomery and California streets, opposite Wells, Fargo A Co.s'
I Express and Banking House, £an Franci-co.
Fnm the Times and Transnijil.
There are thousands in this State suffering for want of
' scientific medical treatment, and they fear to apply to a
Idiysician. because they have been deceived, or their friends
lave boen, by some of the charlatans who infest the com
munity. and who publish themselves as good physicians,
' professor, etc. To all such we miheritatingly recommend
i'r. J. C. Young, as a physician in whom all can place confi
| deuce. Hu is a man of eminent and profound study, a good
surgeon, an honorable man, and one who can syuipathixe
with |ierson* iu affliction. His standing as a physician and
1 gentleman are both guaranteed—the first, by his medical
I works, which are an honor to their author, and the exten
sive and highly successful course of practice with which lie
has been honored since his advent in California, and the hit
j ter by his numerous patrons and large circle of ncquaintan
-1 ces. We say to all afflicted, call on him, as he will at once
; slate the case toyuu. and you may rely upon his judgment.
We like his principle—no cure no pay.
From Professor Uihhcock.
i have watched with more than ordinary *enl the rapid
progress of this young man in the intricate paths of our
profession. l ew, with the accumulation of years upon their
heads, 'tjsve approximated to anything liko the stand lie has
fairly earned. Were I the father of a much more numerous
family than I now boast of, I should not hesitate for a inn
ment. should the services of a physician be required, to i
call on Dr. J C. Young, having full confidence iu Ids espa- 1
city, (a very important adjunct to a physician.) and Ire
commend my friends to do the same.
J. V. HrrnirotK. M. P., L. L. P.
Prom the Boston Mediral Journal
Although we are opposed to the system <>f advertising,[for
good and sufficient reasons, still we deem it but Jusliec to
say that Dr. Yorxu is one of the* most industrious ami iu
defatigablo votaries of the medical science in the United
States.
DRYTOW.v May ‘JB. 18. V.,
Dr. J, l Vor.vo The medicine and advice w hich I re
reived from you on my visit to San Francisco last month. 1
have effected a most gratifying change in my physical eon
diiion. My appetite ha* returned—lliat dull latigour and
paleness left me. ami I felt like a new man. I'eraons in the
mines have been so much imposed upon by advertising phy
sicians, that they know not what to do. ’Many who have!
noticed the rapid change in ray appearance, have expressed ,
their astonishment at it. I write this out of pure gratitude j
for what you did for me. WALTER WARREN.
Voluntary Certificate from Don Pedro's Hnr.
Being desirous of benefitting my follow man a* much as 1
possible, induces me to come before the public and certify
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
to the following fact* In July last I railed uptW Hr, J C
Yomo for medical advice. I whs I'ien labonig under a
dizziness in roy head, a very tedious pain in my Hark and
hips, weakness in my legs and arm*. lom of memory, Bore
ryes, palpitation of the heart, extreme nervousi ■•ss. am!
general debility. I waa ao bad that I wa< compelled to Bun
pend business. After a careful examination of n.y case.
|»r. Young pronounced the case rurealde. and I com aenceu
taking the medicines he prescribed, and the result Im, I ,am
now perfectly well to nil appearances, although not fcs
strong as I could wish, yet I am constantly gaming—can do
as good a day’s work a ; any of the men in my locality. The
reason for publishing the above in to counteract that wide
spread rascally empiricism which is stalking with such den
truction throughout this otherwise blessed country.
B. T. MANNING,
Residence, Don Pedro’s Bar.
Witness : W. Grey, C. I- Bostwic.
\’'nl \C MAN HAVF YOU CONTH.MTF.D THAT TFRRI
I ble disease, which, when once seated in the system,
l will surely go down from one generation to another, under
mining the constitution and sapping the very vital fluids of
( life' Ito not trust yourself in the hands of those mushroom
Quacks that start up every day in a city lik«tthis, and fill
the papers with abominable falsehoods, too well calculated
. to deceive the young, and those who are not “ posted up”
1 in the tricks of foreign and domestic imposters.
| You cannot be 100 careful in the e*-le< lion of » Physician
or a remedy in these cases. You should apply to a man
I who has had ample experience, and who possesses true skill
|in the trintment thereof. Fuch a physician is Dr, J.
| YoiTsn. who has treated and cured more cases of such dis
] eases than anyone man living to day, in this or any other
i country. His offices were the first that were opened in this
city for the exclusive treatment of private diseases. His
different publications have been re published in almost
every country in Europe, and are now acknowledged as
standard works by our own medical colleges and the proles
sion throughout the country.
DR YOUNG, by recent improvements in the healing art,
is enabled to effect cures in a few days, without mercury or
change of diet, under a challenge of
$5,000.
Married persons, or those contemplating marriage, being
a wap- <-f poysfa , ( i weaknew, Should ooturan DR \ oexu.
YOUNG MEN
especially, who have become the victim of solitary vice.
! that dreadful, fascinating, and destructive habit, which fills
thousands of sick rooms with paralytics and consumptives,
I and hundreds of untimely graves with its misguided vie
tiins, should consult, without a moment's delay, one who
will sympathize with their sufferings, and cure them for a
moderate compensation. Indeed, he who places himself
under the care of |)R. J. C. YOUNG, may religiously confide
! in his honor as a gentleman, and confidently rely upon his
j «kill as a physician, acknowledged by all the wealthiest and
i most respectable portion of our old inhabitants,
j office—Tomer Montgomery snd ( alifomia streets, oppo
| site Wells, Fargo k Co.’s Fxpress Office.
1> EM EMBER—TH AT DR. J. ( . YOU NO’ OFFITF, FOR
k the treatment of Private I peaes. is at the corner of
Montgomery and California streets, opposite Wills, Fargo
A Co.’s Express Office San Francisco
KFMEMBFR—That Dr. Vorxo wants no patients hut those
fully capable of appreciating and distinguishing the services
of a regular, thorough bred physician, Irani the paltry, un
learned and trifling quack.
I REMEMBFR—That Dr. Vorxo is the only regular bred
physician advertising to rure disease* of imprudence.
1 HKMI MHFK—That Du. Voi'.vo’s remedies and treatment
j are entirely unknown to all others, prepared from a life
»!*nt in the great Hospitals of Europe and the first in this
country, from pure chemicals Imported,
j REMEMBER—That D». Vorxo has u more extended prac
tice than any other physician in Die world,
j REMEMBER—That nil tie* Wealthy Citisrns, Editors and
j our popular men, are well acquainted, and fake great pica
I sure in recommending Dr. Vorxo to Die afflicted.
1 REMEMBER—That Dw. Vorxo makes no false representa
{ Dons to gull the unfortunate, but that all he mi} s will be
faithfully carried out.
REMEMBER—That Du. Vorxo w ill cure any case of Pri
rate Disease in one half the time that It takes others, and
that he never falls to bring relief to the afflicted and unfor
tunnle, curing them in from two to nix days.
KFMEMBFR—That Du. J. C. Vorxo gives every attention
to Diseases peculiar to Females. a22-3m
I'alil'oiniit Mount Navigation Co.
'll-, a \7Tt( >
BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND STOCKTON.
' Steamer CORNELIA ('apt. E; Conklin.
Steamer J. BRAGDON. . Capt. Thomas W. Seeley
' liCave Jackson Street Wharf, San Francisco, Dally, (Sun
days excepted.) for Stockton, at 4 r. m.
I&jf f reight and Paasen; • - >dl always receive the beat
attention. JOS. S. PRATT. Agent at Stockton.
u 22 3in FAMCKI.J DENSELY. Sun Francisco.
DO CTO II HO IT'S
Private IVlodlical OtTlco
AND
DISPENSARY,
CORNER OF DUPONT AND PACIFIC STREETS.
SA\ FRANCISCO.
I'VKVO'rKD EXCLI IVFI.V To 111 r TREATMENT OF
"‘’• " ' or I.ir>."“ a./ I • 1 Ml «, and to the
Hereditary Affections of Children. Diseases of the Skin sue
cessfully treated.
Un Patients may rely upon a >«i< 1 ici• .is and efficacious
treatment, In a cordance w ith lie long and will established
principles of Aliopatbic Practice. tn2o 3m
TO K*KVKt:HSy .LSS./IT/LS,
Gold Duet Dealers.
mm: nor.- rof hat /;mv. f/.nav a to., having
1 established their NEW GOLD AND SILVER REFINE
RY on a large scale, and in a permanent manner, are now
ready to receive Die precious Metals and prepare them for
immediate coinage, at the U. S. Mint, in Die most expedi
tious way.
they invite the attenti. n of the Bankers and Gold Dust
Dealers to the fact, that their refining is conducted by a
process so much cheaper and quicker than Dial of the Go
vefoment, that they can fix a much lower rule of charges
for the ojteration, and Dms make it a great pecuniary bene
fit to the Depositor, both in the time of receiving his coin, as
well as in the amount of the returns.
They are prepared to return cither coin or refined bars for
dust and imported bars.
nr Office HBattery street, near Commercial street.
n.O 3m HAUAX/.THY, UZNAY k CO.
Tin; HOTEL
IKTTEmXT ATIONAIj,
Jackson fifmt, above Montgomery,
SA V Fit A y CISCO,
1 8 OPEN FOR THE RECEITIGN OF GUESTS, AFTER
| undergoing a thorough repair in every department, and
refitted throughout with NEW I I UN ITU UK, BEDDING,
C ARPETS, etc., and is now one of the best, most cleanly,
and more comfortable than any House on the Pacific.
It will Ik* kept as n First-Class Hotel in every particular,
where all will meet with a Social Horne, combined with good
dean Rooms and Beds, and the best table ever set in Fan
Francisco.
The Hotel Department of the Railroad House has always
been acknowledged to have been the most cleanly, and bet
ler kept than any other House in San Francisco. It is only
necessary to say that, until recently. Mrs. Ham'controlled
that pari of the Railroad House, and will now take the solo
charge of the International, assisted by Messrs. Jxo. J. Ha
iky, dial E. R. Rom\>o.v, formerly of the New York Hotel,
late of the Railroad House, and Mr. M. A. Fkkmti. late of
the Kussette House. We will serve to please, and ask but
one trial for success.
BOARD AND BODGING,
From $2 to $8 per DAY. and from $l2 to $lB per WEEK.
&tT The INTERNATIONAL COACH is always in attend,
auce to convey Passengers to and from the Boats, at
rafl 3m ONE DOLLAR FOR EACH PERSON.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Merchant street and the Plaza.
I PERSONS WHO DESIRE APARTMENT d OF THE FIRST
Class, Furnished or UnfuruNhed. will find them ut this
Hotel, which is the most fashionable and comfortable of any
in this city, and being under the immediate supervision anil
attention of the proprietress, presents nil the comforts of a
home.
Rooms rented by the month, day or week.
Passengers arriving by the summers, will always find
lodgings prepared.
Private entrance on Kearny street.
MADAME TOUCHARD.
mfl 3m Proprietress.
FREDERICK A. SAWYER,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law %
AVOCAT, ABOGADO,
SPEAKING FRENCH AND SPANISH.
Express Building, N. E cor. Montgomery and California sts ,
a2IMf SAN FRANCISCO.
K . Q- . HA LL ,
Importer and Dealer In
Blan 15L lOooJjls,
STATIONERY, WRITING PAPER, AC.,
Corner of Front and Commercial sts.. Fan Francisco. a29-tf
SAM. 11. PRICHARD A PRO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
No. 07 Front Street, comer Merchant,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Goods bought and forwarded promptly to tny part
of Die Mine* May Flower, ’’ ‘-Our Jewel,” ‘*Va. Offer
ingto California,” and FI Sacramento,” Tobacco. For
He by a‘2o tf F H PRU HARD, Agent

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