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Vote on the State Debt.
Office of Secretary or State._ }
Sacramento, California, May, 26. 1857, )
I DAVID K. DOUGLASS, SECRETARY OF STATE, OF
• the 9-«te of CaHfnrnU, do hereby certify that Ibenn
n«v-l Is a true and correct copy of the original Act, now on
file in mv office.
Witness my hand, and the great seal of State, at my
office iu Sn cm men to, California, the tw.-nt v-t-lxtb day ol
May. A D. 1857. DAVID F. DOUGLA S.
[Mai.] Secretary of State.
CHAPTER CCXMV.
An Act to provide for Paying certain Equitable
Claims against the State of California, and
to CONTRACT A*FCNDKD DEBT FOR THAT PURPOSE.
The People of the. State of California, represented in
Senate ami Assembly, do enact as follows ;
Section 1. For the purpose of liquidating, funding,
And pitying the claims ag.iin*t the Stale of California,
hereinafter specified. the Treasurer of State ahull cause
to be prepared unit a hie ootids of the ‘■'tale of Califor
nia, not to exceed the sum of thne million* nine
bandied t'loosmd dollars, bearing intend at the rate
of aeveil per cent, per annum from the date of their
Issue, payable nt the State Treasurer’s offi. e. on I e
first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and
seventy-seven ; the interest accruing on said bonds
shall be due and pay iblc at the offi e of the Treasurer
of State, on the first d.iy of J inuary and of July of
each year : Provided, That the first payment of in
terest shall not te made tefore the first day of Januo: y,
one thousand eight h indeed and fifty-nine. Said
bonds shall be signed t»v the Governor■. and counter
signed by the Comptroller, and end Tsed by the Treas
urer of ‘state, and shall have Hie seal of the State
affixed thereto.
Bec. 2. Coupons for the interest shall I* attached to
each bond, so that they may he removed without in
jury or mutilation to the bond. Said coupons, con
secutively numbered, shall he signed by the Treasurer
of Slate.
Sec. 3. It shall he the duty of the Treasurer and
Comptroller of State each to keep a separate record of
all such It >nds as may Is* issued, -bowing the number,
date and amount of each bond, and to whom the name
was issued, and upon what claim, ami its amount; ami
none of the claims herein specified shall be liquidated
or paid but in the manner Herein provided.
Sec. 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 bond
prepared. but the Comptroller shall not draw his war
rant on the Treasury for this amount until there is
money therein to pay the same.
Sec. 5. All persons having any of the claims against
the State of California, entitled tube funded ns herein
after specified, shall, upon the presentation of the same
to the Treasurer of State, receive In exchange there
for a bond or bonds of the State of California, provided
for in the first section of this Act; hut no bond shall
lie issued for a less sum than five hundred d >ll irs. nor
for fractional | arts of a hundred dollars, hut the
Treasurer may issue certificates of such fractional
parts not tended, which said certlflcateashnll Ik* trans
ferahle and entitled to l« funded as before provided.
The Treasurer shall endorse, on the hack of each cl dm
so received and liquidated, the date on which he re
ceived the same, and from whom, and the num>*er of
the bond issued in exchange therefor, and such claim
shall be filed in the office of the Secretary of Slate.
Bec. 6. For the payment within twenty years of the
principal and interest of the bonds issued m dcr this
Act. th ere shall be levied annually, until the tends are
paid, anil promptly collected in the same in inner as is
or may te provided by law for ordinary State taxes, a
tax of thirty cents on each one hundred dollars of the
assessed value of real and personal property in the
State, and the fund derived from this tax shall be set
apart and applied exclusively to the payment of the
Interest on the bonds herein provided, and the final
redemption of the principal of said tend-*, and the fnllli
of the Stale of California is hereby pled r ed f>r the
payment as herein provided of the bonds Issued l»v
virtue of this Act, and the interest thereon »• d all
moneys that mav be received by the State of Califor
nia from the United States Government on account of
the Civil Fund, ho called, are hereby irrevocably
pledged to the payme t of the principal* and inteie«t
on the tends issued under this Act. A willful refusal
or neglect by Suiiepvisors or anv other oflh-er to levy
or collect the tax imposed by tills A* t. sb dl be n mis
demeanor. and the person or persona convicted there
of shall be removed from office and punished by a fine
not exceeding one thousand dollars, or by imprison
ment in the county j til not exceeding six months, or
by both such fine and imprisonment.
Sec. 7. Whenever, on the flr.-t day <>f January or
July in any year, there remains, af’er the payrm nt of
the interest as hcrcintefore provided, a snndus of ten
thousand dollars or more, if shall lie the duty of tlie
Treasurer to advert! e for the space of one week, in
one daily n -wspaper published In English, in the city
of New V trk. and for one month in one d dlv news
paper published .'! English at the State Capital, for
Healed proposals, to be opened one month after the ex
piration of such publications Ly the Treasurer, in the
presence of the Governor or Comptroller, nt the State
Capital, for the surrender of bond ; fanned under this
Act. which advertisement “hall state the amount of
money be lias on hand for the purpose of redemption,
and they shall oc- ent the lowest firiftoHals. at rates not
exceeding par value, ns m -y redeem the grenfe.-t
amount of bands until the amount of cash on band for
redem t»• »n Is exhausted , provided, however, in case
a stiff! dent -imount of ■m-li tends sbull not te offered,
to exlian-t the sinking fund to a less amount than ten
thousand dollars, then it is hereby made the duly of
the Treisnrer to advertise in two newsiM|»ers. one In
New York ami one at tlie Capital of this St ile, for
thn-e month-. which advertisements shall at ate the
tm>mt in the sinking fund, and the number of bonds
nnmtering them in tin* order of their Issuance, which
H-n-h fund is set apart to pay and dis barge ; and if
such tend*. so numbered in s u b ndverti-ements. 'hall
not te presented for payment and canci ll.iUon within
three months from the expiration «»f sm-h pnblieati--n.
then Much fund shill remain in the Treisury to dis.
charge anch bonds whenev rpre ented- -but they -lull
draw no interest after an li publication as I.wtafore
aai(l.
Sec. H. The Treasurer of St ate shall keep full and
particular account and record of abhis proceeding*!
under lliis Act, ami of the tends redeemed ami *ur
rendered, and he shall transmit 1 1 thetj •vernornn ale
Htra-1 of all his proceed in rs under Ibis At. with bis
annual report, to be by the Cover .!>r la il before the
Legislature ; ami nil books and jiapers • i-r'ainmg t<i
the matters provided for in Mils A- L shall at all times
be open to the insjiecti-n of any p"tv intere-b -I. or
the Governor, or the Attorney General* or a committee
of either branch ol the legislature, ora Joint com
mittee of telh.
Kki’. !>. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to pay
the interest on said bonds when t 1 esame falls d ie, out
ofjuid interest fund, if sufficient, and if said fund be
nnfenfficient, then to pay the deficiency out of the
General Fund ; Provided, that the Comptroller of
State shall first draw his warrant on the Treasurer,
payable to the order of Raid Treasurer for the nimmnt
of interest money about to liecome due, which Raid
interest warrant shall l»e drawn at least one month
previous to the maturing of the Inteiest.
Sec. 10. It shall be the duty of the (Jovernor ami
Comptroller to attend, at leant once in each month, at
the Treasurer s offi e, while Mid bonds arc being is
sned. to ex tmlnc all claims received by the Treasurer
an aforesaid, a d cause the same to te registered and
cancelled in auch manner as to prevent tlicm from
being re-isaued or not in circulation.
Sec. 11. The billowing are specified as the claims
which are entitled to te received ami funded nnd. r
this Act: First. Civil tends ot the Slate is-ned under
the funding Acts named in the years 1851, 1852. 1*63,
1855, and 1856, which are now outstanding, with in
terest due on the same when presented, as appears by
the coupons. Second, Comptroller’s warrants drawn
under sanction of law, for civil expenses pri r to Jan
uary Ist. A. I). 1857, nnd now outstanding ami un
paid. but the provisions of this Act shall not anlh »rlzc
tlie funding of any of those warrants, the registration
and endorsement of which were cancelled or required
to be cancelled by the provisions of - An Act to cancel
the registration ami endorsement of certai i warrant-,
and prohibiting the payment of the same,” approved
January 30th, A. I>. 1866, or warrants which have
been specifically adjudged illegal by any Court, and
all said warrants specified in the last mentioned Act,
are hereby expressly excluded Irem all the benefits
and provisions of this Act. Third, Just or legalclaims
against the Stab* accrue I prior to January Ist, 1857,
and which may be allowed and audited by Act of the
Legislature. And If the Treasurer of State Khali will
fully Issue tends upon claims not herein *|h*. ified as
receivable. it shall be deemed a misdemeanor, and be
shall be puni-bed as provided in section 6 of this Act
anil such tend shall Ik* void.
Sec. 12. The claims specified in this Act may Ik* re
ceived for funding, ami bonds therefor mav be issued
prior to the first day of January, 185!». but not after
wards ; and all claims not presented for funding prior
to that time, are ex-'bided from the provisions of this
Act, ami such blank tends prepared under the provis
ions of this Act, as shall then remain on band, shall be
destroyed in the presence of the Governor, Comptroller
and Treasurer.
8«C. 13. This Act shall take effect on the firrt day
of November, A. I). 1857, us to all its provisions, ex
cept those relating to, and necessary for, its snbmis
iion to the peo|de, and for returning, canvassing and
proclaiming the voles—which shad Uko effect im
mediately.
Bbc. 14. This Act shall lie submitted to the people
of the State for their ratification, nt th - next general
election, to be holden on the first Wednesday of Sep
tember, A. I). 1557, and the qualified electors of this
State, shall, nt said election, on their ballots for State
•Jlcers. vote for or against this Act; those voting for
the Mime, shall write or have printed on their ballots
the words - Pay the Debt; ” anil those voting against
the same, shall write or have printed on their ballots
the words - Repudiate the Dent. ”
Sec. IV The v *t-s ca-t for and against this Act,
shall te countc 1, returned ami canvawd. ami derl red
In the same manner and subject to the same rules as
votes cast for the Treasurer of St de. and If it appear
that a majority of alt the votes sii east for or a -ainst
this la *, as aforesaid, or in favor of this Act. then the
same “ball have''(Tort as hereinbefore provided, and
»HI be i rrepeal ible until the prim pal and interest of
the liabilities herein created Khali le paid and dis
charged, aud the Governor shall make proclamation
thereof; hut If o mujority of the votes on cast are
neainst this Art. then the same sh»U become Told.
Sac. 16. It shall lie the duty of the Secretary of
State to have this Act pobllahed In one newspaper in
each Judicial District of till* Slate, if one he published
therein, for three months next preceding the general
elation to 1* holden upon the first Wednc*duy ol Sep
tember next; for which publication no greater allow
ance «lmll be made than the rates allowed by law to
the Suite Printer. . _
Approved April 28th. 1857. jell 3m
MARIPOSA BUSINESS HOUSES.
COHEN, SAMUELS & CO.,
JTetv Fireproof Mtrlck Store,
MAIN STREET,
One Door Above their Old Stand,
MARIPOSA.
IxrorrJ> rr*pfctfum.v inform their friends
W and the public, generally. that they are now prepareo
to oiler for sale, from their and well
elected stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS!
Itnrirnlns that will prove desirable end advantageous to
those i.urrlin-inff Spring and Summer *n|«|.lie« Grateful for
tit*, liberal patnuiavc heretofore extended to them, they are
determined, with their Increased facilities un>l means,
keep their large and capacious house well .slocked' with the
Choicest Goods of the Market!
.... Consisting in part of ..
LADIES’, MISSES’ AND CHILDRENS'
SHOES, GAITERS, SLIPPERS.
I.iuIKV Fnahlniinblr Iloinirl. mill Ilnl.l
Silk, Straw and I/'ghorn.
Also— Nrw Btvi.es of TISSUES, I.AWNS. MLS
UN’S, BAREGES, JACONETS, and other
styles not heretofore presented in this market.
SILKS, EMBROIDERIES,
Staple and Fa net/ I try Hood*.
A choice assortment of Ladies' Ribbons, French
Embroidered Collars, Sleeves, Ghent Isctt*. Velvet Rdp
bons, Fancy Buttons, Artificial Flowers and Wreaths,
Fringed and Flounced Paranoia, l»est Kid and Silk
(Roves, and a general assortment of Perfumery anti
Ladies' Press Trimmings.
DOMESTIC GOODS of all descriptions. Also, a
good supply of CARPETS, MATTINGS, and OH.
CLOTHS.
.... ALSO ...
A Full Assortment of Finest and Best
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS:
And a Good Supply of
Minors’ Clotlilng,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Oap •!
Suitable for Spring and Summer wear, which we offer
for sale at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
To those who will favor us with their patronage.
•jr We reaped fully invite tlie Indie* nud Gentlemen to
call at our Store and examine nur (inoda ln»f 're purchasing
elsewhere, as it will I** no trouble to show Goons. So call
and see. COIIKN*. SAMI KLS k CO.
N. n ...GOLD DUST TAKEN IN EXCHANGE,
AT THE HIGHEST PRICES.
P. S._U'c linve established n Store nt Agnn
Me »i" Iml f ( oda will be « M andthe
same advantages a (lorded to purchasers a* In Mari|sma.
Dne of the Partners will remain lit Ban Francisco l«»
forward fJnoda and attend to all business connected with the
Store at this place. [inlD ttJ S k CO.
W. < OHN J. DBITI I IJA( II
VARIETY STORE,
AND
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP,
MAIN STREET. OIT’OSITK I HII.IJI’S - HOTEL,
makiposa:
grr* WHERE CAN HE FOUND ALL SORTS OF
Useful ami Ornamental Article*, not to Ik* found in
any other Store in the Country, consUliag ol the
largest and beat selected stock of
HARDWARE,
CARPENTERS' TOOLS,
BOOKS, STATIONERY,
GARDEN SEEDS,
FINE SADDLERY,
WINDOW GLASS AND SASH,
BUILDERS' MATERIALS, ETC.
Ever offered for sale In this Town.
a I- a o
PRIME CHEWING TOBACCO
AND
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS,
Received direct from a member of onr firm now in
Havana, who Is constantly providing the best brand*.
TOGETHER WITH A KINK ASSORTMENT OF
FANCY ARTICLES. PERFUMERY;
LOOKING GLASSES, WALL PAPER;
HOLIDAY TOYS, PAINTS. OILS;
TURPENTINE. PUTTY, BRUSHES;
BURNING FLUID. LAMP OIL;
CAMPHENE LAMPS AND CAMPHENE;
FINE WINDOW SHADES;
AND
Music and Musical Instruments.
A I. 8 O
Lamp Chimneys;
Sand Paper;
Writing Paper;
Knives and Forks;
Hor*e Combs and Brushes;
Bras* Bulls, Chisels;
Saw Files. Latches;
Faneets, Files and Chisels ;
M irking Ganges;
Hammers, Compasses;
Dividers;
Shoe Knives;
Candlesticks;
Playing Cards;
Butcher Knives;
Screws and Hooks;
Gangers, Awls;
Tup Bores, Gimblet*;
Lick*, Hasps, Staples ;
Screw-Drivers;
Pincers. Paper-Cutters;
Butts;
Anti a thousand other Articles, too numerous to men
tion, all of which we offer
AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES,
.... WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ....
FO XI O ASH.
WCALL AND BE SUPPLIED. -*»
COHN & DETTLEBACH.
J . A. HRN UV ,
Butcher’s Shop,
MARIPOSA,
AND WHOLESALE AND IIETAIL DEALER IN
Uroceriea and Provision's
Superior Old French Wines nnd Liquors,
Havana nnd American Cigar*,
French Clothing, direct from Paris.
Miners and other* are requested to call and examine
for tbemselvo* before purchasing elsewhere. allf
SIGN PA I N TING.
ORNAMENTAL SIGNS AND GENERAL LETTERING
in a Hupeiior manner, and according to the late.t
■tyle* executed with ncatnea* and diauatch, and at rea-on
able raw. CLAVtAU.
Fellow.’ Util, Macipoaa April 7th. 1867 »&.*
SANDS’ SARSAPARILLA.
For Purifying the Blood,
AND FOB TIIK CUM OF
Hcroruln, Mercnrlnl Dlipmm. Khernnnllam,
Cu(nne««a Kru|>lion«, r*l«bb«rn lirera,
Liver Complaint, Dyapepwln, II rone hill*,
Holt If lie ii m. Kmnbaflo* While *well
|ng», Hip DUiihp, Fever Horen,
Feimile < 'Hiii|ilnintM, Kryalpelna,
riiuplen, llilen. Old More*,
General Debility,
AND AS A
VENERA I. TOME FOR THE SYSTEM
IT IS UN RIVALLED.
The various dlieuM which have their imprints on tha
surface . f the body. may Ik* compared to <.f d stress
'brown ..in hy Nature lo Indicate th.it the vital organiza
tion wlth'ii needs cleansing and purifying.
The nnclema Icl ev.d that animal life existed In tha
blood. It is at leart certain that
HEALTH DEPENDS
Upon the riTRitT of thut fiuid. If the akin I* in an un
imtuml slate, as In Scrofula. Leproay, and all I’ ceroiis
|i,-i >i>e«. it Is eildem that the vessels which ramify over
llie* auifs- eof the body Midst l-e charged with diseased
blood; and If mi. Ilie whole volnn.e of hloud. veiM>u« and
arterial. Is impure Before a cure can tie effected there
j must he a purification of the vital stream. 'I be gr*-at oh
jeet, therefore, Is to ascertain what remed-es will set nmal
.lireetiy upon the eo- stßuctd* of the I.loud when in the
j iei <>f eiiiiihlniitlon. Experience, observation, an I a el.m l
.f witnesses, establish the fle t that lid* preparation I- at
j the very load "t this das*, and will soon rest*-re tlie clrcn
-1 t..Uon to a healthy sta'e by eradicating the elements of
| disease.
STILL FURTHER TESTIMONY.
Wb»t Kiu.inoi.kt, Conn., lime l?th, ISM.
Messrs. A. 11. .it i» Simms: (lentlamen.--The following
ease nmir nii.h r ftty uliservallod, In which your St ran pa
'll a effected I be cure of a severe ease <.f Chronic l.’heiinia
| l«m The patient, Mr. K. (Ireen. has heen »fUI. led
| with rheum it sm for year* hy turn*, whleh sometime* wa»
attended with fever, am pm mi an a*me form in a few
! day*. He used » trio i* remedies, under the a>M eof hi*
ph'yslelim, with h produced but nartiai relief; and in reply
m his Inquiry, If something could not be done t*. effect a
I i»ermanenl cure, I advised him lo use your Sama|n»rilia.
lie accordingly commenced It* use. ami the effect was so
I marked that he was able to alecii the first night eompara
j lively free from pain. He continued it, and before he had
I taken twelve bottle* he was entirely free from the di»e»-e.
i and ha- remained ao since. being able to pursue til* l.nsl
iii-s. and I* now a representative for tlie town «»f Brooklyn
In our I.egUlatura Very res|w< t fully youra,
WM. A. BREWSTER, M D.
Prepared and sold by t. It. Ar l>. H %Ml*, Whole-
I tale druggists, 100 Fut tort -street, rainier of William, New
! Vork.
For »ale hy DEWITT KIT ILK A Co.. 11. JOIIN
j SON A Co., hi..l REDINOToN A Co, San Francisco;
KICK A COFFIN. Marywll.o; H. 11. Mi DONALD A
I Co, Sacramento; ami by Druggist* generally.
CLOVE ANODYNE
TOOTHACHE DROPS.
Those who have felt the painful throbbing and excruci
ating pang* of a raging toothaehe shooting through their
Jaws and head with the most tormenting Jwrsc verswee, aftd
a* I* often the ra*e. have reeel veil hut little sympa hy front
friend*, will no doubt he ttiueli pleased to know ..( « rem
edy that will never fail to quiet 1 lie unmerciful offender,
and leave the teeth, where they should remain, In the bend
The numerous cures It has accomplished are well attest* d.
and it ha* only to become generally known to lw as b'ghly
appreciated I y the public a* iUm- long been by Dentist*.
The following testimony I* ttoiii one of ihe most distin
guished practical Dentists In the city of New York:
Mi«r*. Ba*m*: Gentlemen—ln the course of mr prac
tice. I have extensively used your Clove Anodyne with
Hindi s'iccess for the relief of the Toothaehe ; arid a* I
const unlit recomrr.< nd It to my intlent*, I deem It but
pist to Inform you of the high opinion I have of it over
other rented lea. lam yours, very resi*e<dfnllr.
M LKVLTT, l 4 Wawrley Place.
Prepared and «ohl by %. 11. »V 11. WAM)**, 'Vhnlo
*s’e Druggist*, No. IIM Fulton-streaL corner of W illiam.
New York
For *alebv DEWITT. KITTLE A Co. TT. JOHNSON
A Co a-.d RKDIMiTnN A t o. Man Francisco; KICK
A COFFIN. Marysville; K. ||. M* DONALD A Co, Sac
ramento, and by Drugglats generally.
$4~ Samm 1 Sak**vfAKii.i.v uml other Medicine*
For Sale hy DR. A. D. BOYCE, Druggist, Homllo**.
i dy2-ly
STOCKTON WjSINKSS CARDS,
EAGZjB SOTiaZi,
EAST SIDE OF THE PURIJC SQUARE,
On the Corner of San Joaquin and Main streets,
STOCKTON.
THE ABOVE TfOTRf, WAS OPENED ON MON
day, the ’<th dny of NovenPier, 1- V. md I* ikwv in the
fuli tide of am • **f• * I ••x intent. Tin- Prop- ie or his
thoroughly renovated, improv'd mid refitted Mte h> n*e.
and procured entire new Furniture, Iteja and Redding
for tlie *ex*/imin"dulion of Fund lie*. Hoarder* ami Tra
vellers. The Proprietor will apart no pains t » make
hla • utrona comfortable. C. A. MEAD,
altf Paoeinrroa.
KT 33 "VXT"
Fill'll AM) LONFKCTIOAEHY STORE.
KF.FI.ril A CO. announce that they have just opened
. on the levee, next rioortotbtiSliudes>a|oon, Stockton,
A NEW FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY STORE,
Where they tire prepared to
FILL ALL OR DP II ft IN Til KIR LINE.
At Wholesale or Retail, at rale* lo *mt Ihe time*. Their
at rangement* arc complete lor receiving constant supplies
of tlie moht choice article*.
*•* "oh ■ra from the country promptly aud satisfactorily
attended to. KFI Id It k <d,
mft 3ni Next door l*< the Hind*** Pnloon. Stockton
F. W. K OIL,
Forwarding and Commiasion Merchant,
Fire-Proof Brick Ruibling. direct I 3 nppo-ite Steamboat Land
ing, Mockton. t alilorn'a.
Hit’ Particular attention paid to receiving and forwarding
Merchandise from steamboat* and sailing vc.-cls, with di*
patch, and at tlie lowest rates ~f Indgltl al5 Mrn
JOSKP II I), PETERS,
FREIGHTER AST) FORWARDER,
STOCKTON. CAUrOHNIA.
Particular attention paid to receiving Merchandise from
steamboat* and sailing ve-sd*. and forwarding wilhdi*pach.
sn<l at the lowest tale* of freight, without extra charge of
commission or otherwise,
g'sT Office in iftarbuck’* Prick Dnildmg on the levee,
corner of Commerce street, directly oppo-Do the Steamboat
I ji tiding.
Order* accom|innied with the cash, will receive prompt
attention. nl'idhn
S. STAIt II in: K ,
(iennal Com mins ion anil portion riling Merchant,
IN I l.Ol’lt, ItAKLRV, AC.
Corner Commerce atn-et and levee. Stockton, California.
■r#* Particular attention paid to receiving (.nods from
steamers, and forwarding saute to all parts of the Southern
Mine* at lowest rates ol freight.
N. B.—S to reage InTti* Fire Proof Building, when required,
free of charge, iiitod reference* given, if required. nl&Mm
f%EIOHT...FREIOIIT..FREIGHT
.. . AT
*r UEI)U C ED I* 111 CE S.
The 1 ndkrskjnh) bix.s RK-pmn i i y to state
that from and after this date, and until further notice,
he will rot-wan) Merchandise and other Hood*, hy flr*t t ho*
Mule and Ox Team* to Mariposa and vicinity, at the follow
ing reduced rate* of freight, vie:
For heavy Oood*. (irocorlea, I'rovlslona, Liquor*, etc., by
Mule Teams •• cts. jwr Ih.
Or Team* ]*' c t*. per lb.
For Case or Dry Bonds, and oilier* of a bulky
nature, sinall lots, etc., Mule Team, ‘J to 2>£ cts per lb.
Ox Team 1\ to \ cts. per lb.
Rate* of Freight to llornitasand other town* on the Mari
)>osa line, proporliiuiat* ly olteap.
In addition I offer ihe advantage* of correctness, dispatch,
and security agaisl lo**o*. or damage* on Oood* in transit.
Storage In a Fire Proof Prick Building for all Good* con
signed to my care, ritKK or CIMtiGK.
9*4* Order* from the country failhfnllv and uronipilv at
tended to
B»y H<mn fi'lf reference* given In all case* when required
Stockton May Iff, TK67. (m2O-(f) I . J. OUI.I.AILVN
3M O T I C B .
**- THE BUnSCIUBKR ANNOUNCES TO THU
Public that he U piepar tl to
RANCH ANIMALS,
On hi* Huy and Onin TLtnchf*. which are oawowed
of an abundance of KUUI) anil WaTUII, and are < n
tirely fenced in ; ther f**re pnanredritf udvantuge* for
Ranching stock Hiiperior t" nil others. The above
Ranch is Imuted in {tarns’Valley, three foiiitlis of a
mile above QuarUbmg. "u theStaec Ro.nl leading to
(*Hf] K U. BARTON
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
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DR, Ij. J. CZAPKAY’S
GRAND MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
TINT QTITITT33»
Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Ofilce,
Sacramento Street, below Montgomery.
SAN FRANCISCO.
fatallifhtO for Ihr Permanent Cure of all Private and
Chronic Dutatrt. nn.l thr Supprtuton of Quackery.
n\\. L. J. CZAPKAV. DATE IN THE HUNG A
nan Uevolntionaiy War. Chief Phy-leiau to the
2i)tli Heginient of H o vnU. Chie- Burgeon to Hie Mill*
tiny Hospital «l IV-th. Hungary, and laic Lecturer on
Diseases of the Urinary Organ*-, and Disuses of Wo
men and ( Inldn ii li i- "pencil his Intitule for flic
entc of nil form** of Private Diseases, such n« Syphilis,
(ionorrlireii. N •■tnrnal Emissions, mid all Hie c* »w
-qnenceaof Self Abu e. In Hie tir-t *t*gcs of Syphilitic
• a (i irmnliO-.il Disease*. lie guarantees a cure in a few
day*, without iiieonvciilcnce to the patient, or bin
dranee to his bunines**. \\ hen a patient, hy neglect or
impropei treatment. lias devi l ped the symptoms of
Sc •"i.dm v Syphilis, such as buboes. or painful swell
mpm < ( ilie groin**, or ulcers in the throat or now*,
which, if not elieeku I, destroy the soft parts, and cause
tlie in'lie** to moitiiy, separate ami come away, leaving
the solli ier hideous to behold ;or when splotches and
pimple* break out upon t e skin, or when he has pain
ini swelling* upon the lioncs, or when his constitution
is Injun d so us to predispose to consumption or consti
tntiomil ilee.oe, the D"< tor guarantee* a cure or ask
no compensation. In Rheumatism, chronic or acute,
in Uy-cnu-TV or Diarluea, he has gale and effectual
reimilhs. For llte treatment of the con-eqnencca of
Sclf-Al*i>e. «u* hns Nocturnal Emission**. Nei vonsiiess,
Timidity, llemlaihe. Pams in I lie Ha* k ami Limbs,
with General Wiakit*-—. Lo-s of Ap|*etite. !/•*- of
Memory, Injury t • the Sight. Ho-tle-smss. Confusion
of Mia’s, |)i-like f r Bociety, and a Feeling of Weari
ness of Ll'e, with the neivons y tern so ex< if a Lit* that
slight noises sli ek <>r startle tlie patient, making his
existence mb era hie. For the ahi ve maladies, the
Doctor will guarantee a erne, or a-k no compensation.
He can tie consulted free of charge, and invites all to
rail, as it will cost them nothing, and may he much to
to their advantage.
Kr A Triwte to Mfuiteu Worth.—The in era
titnde of man to his fellow man is so often met In life,
that testimonials, prompted hy the finer feelings of the
heart are oasis in the life of th--*• who sacrifice their
ls*-t days jo philanthropic devotion to the alleviation
of the ills of frail mortality. Empricisni floods the
columns of our pu s** with fraudulent and fictitious let
ters. singing pea ns to the worth *»f tlicr egotistical
charlatanism. lielow we append a letter from a wor
thy man, who. a brief peri. • I “ime. seemed de Hurd t<
Ahrlllc *’!l this mortal mil."—who I *.!•« *1 forward t •
his dissolution with that pleasure wh|« h only those
weighed down hy the heavy hand of disease ran. Con
trary to hope, the ability of a skillful physician ha- re
stored him to Ids former health. Iteheved from his
terrible situation, ami impelled hy gratitude, lie makes
known Ida ca e ami remedial agent, and hi- statement
is authenticated hv a N*»tar> Pnhl. The demands of
society imperiously command it* publicity, and it i**
given Im re to wain the unwary, than to acmnd the
oral e of a physician of w horn scorea of like eases can
Ik* cited:
(■KMTIHC4TK.- The undersigned, desirous of ac
quainting tho-e who may la* unfortunate enough t" he
-irnilarh rfllictcd when- a permom-nt relief of their
winnings may he ohbihud. feels it his duty to thus
publicly express his sinreregratitude!" Dr. L. J. Cz»p
kay, tortlie permanent recovery of hi* health. Home
down hy tlie distressing -ympt- ins incident !■• the vi
cions practices of unrontrollahle pas.-ion in youth— de
(>n*s < d in l> dy and mind—unable to perform t veil tlie
mo t trifling *1 t v imp . * d on the daily avocations of
lib I sought the advice of many physicians, who at
fir I regarded my di-*-a easof triflingim|sTlnnre : but
alas! .iter a lew veek-, and in several ins times
months, "I their treitrni nt. I found, t • my nmitterahh
hormr, that in-t<*ad <•! relief, the symptoms I frame
more alarming in their t- rt ie ; and being finally told
by one that the disease. Is iug principally confined t-*
the brain, n»ed cine* would he "I I ttle consequence. I
des|mired of ever regaining my health, strength and
energy : and as a I i“t resort, and with hut a faint lio| e.
railed npon Dr. Czapkny. who, after examining m 3
ra-e. present *>d some until ine which almost in-taiilly
relieved me of Hu* dull pain and dizziness in my head.
Enc airac* d hv thb i* It, I re- !ved t-* place myself
Inirnrdi.itely under his 1 me. ami by a strict obedience
to his - 1 reel ions and advice, rny head Itecame clear, mv
ideas e dice ted, the coihlumi pain in my back and
groins, tin* weak new* of my IlndH.the nervous reaction
•f my whole sy-lem on the slighte-t alarm or excite
ment, the misanthropy and evil f*»rets dings, the self
di-tru-l and want of confidence in others, the incapa
bility to -Indy and u nt of re-"hltion, the frightli.l, i x
nine, ami at limes pleasurable dreams nt night, fol
lowed hy i iV 'luutary discharge-. have all disappeared :
and. in fa* t. i'i two nontli- alter having consulted the
l>-"t'T. I hit a* if Inspiied hy a new life—that life
whh h Imi 1 short time ag • 1 contemplated to end by
my own hand. With » view t > guard the unfortunate
from falliug into the snares of incompetent quacks, I
deem it my -I l\ to offer this testimony to the limit
and kdl ot Dr. < ‘/.apk *y. at *1 recommend him to all who
may stand in ru-ed **f medicid advice. Isdng assured hy
my -vii experience that.on* <• nmlerhls care, a radical
a**d permanent. *me will I*• effected. H. F. Fili.jiouk.
Kt ile «if r.ilifomia. (’•an.tv of San Frinebeo.— Snh
-••rihed and sworn t*» lieh ie me. this seventeenth day
'if Aprd. A. D. I(Sigtwd)
[i„ s.j ,T«nv MinnucTov. Notar.v I’nllh.
Dr. L. J. (’zapk.l v'-Mi di-al and Surgie-I Instil te
is on Sacramento street below M »nlgomefy,Ran Fran
•rise**, (’iiliforniii. The Do. tor offers freennisi Itattons,
and a-'ks no rcinniierut ion unless he effects a cure.
nr A C'Attu.- I. fiie nmlei-lgned, having been un
der the treatment of Dr. L. .1. C/apkny. although unso
licited. feel called upon fo give imlicityto the efficacy
•*f his treatment. Imping that hy doing so I may he in
strumental in preventing others from c xperiencing the
tearful suffering and mi-e y w hich I rxp ricnced, and
which so oltcn ic-u t from the pernicious practices of
pretenders. My di ease has been that of phy-ind and
mental debility, which i- lll** re*a'l of indiscretions In
youth. The agonies which I endured an-, perhaps,
unnecess.iiy for n e to detail ; thev me known to tho-e
win have experienced them. Suffice it to say. that
having called the cn i* es of Dr. L. J. f’zai kay in re
qni-ition. all the e\pe«-talions which I had formed of
him were in re thnii milized. I would therefore, re
coMioieu Dr. Czapkav to all who may find themselves
■ ff|i* led with that dreadful malady—my object in so
d dug eing symjMilhy for suffeilug humanity, and a
heartfelt desire for its relief.
D. J. Dahi.fr, Printer.
Rtiife of (' difori.la. City am) (Vanity of Han Francis
co. On this thirty ID - -* day of July, A. D. IWfi.ljefore
me. Wm. ('. Jewel, N toy Publi**. pei-snnnlU’appcar
ed D. J. Dalih e, known to me, who being duly sworn,
did depo-e ai.d -ay that the contents of the card here
with signed hy him. aretiue. In witness whereof, I
have hereunto ret mv hand an] affixed m3’official seal,
the dav and year llr-l above written.
[r -« ] Wm. r. Jkwftt, Notary Public.
Kit' Tut; Qrkatkst Discovkky of tub Auk!—
Great Hlcssing to Mankind! Innocent lut Potent!—
Dr. L. J. Czapkay’s Pronhilaticnin, (-elf-disinfecting
agent)--a sure preventive ugai st Gonorrhoeal and
Svphiiitic Di-eii-cs. and an unsurpassed remedy for
Venereal, Scrofulous, Gangrenous and Cancerous l!|-
1 < in. Fa-lid Discharges from the Vagin, Uterus and
Urethra, and all Cutaneous Eruptions and Dbeasce.—
As Innoeiilatiou is a preventive •gainst Small Pox, so
is Dr. L. J. C/apkay's Prophilaticum 11 preventive
agaiu-t Syphilitic and Gonorrhoeal Diseases. Although
harmless in itself, it uosseHses the power of chemically
destroying the Hypfiilitie Virus, and thereby saving
thousands from being iufeded I*3* the most loatli-ome
of all disease . I* t im young man who appreciates
health he without Dr. C/apkay's Prophilaticum. His
in very convenient packages, and will be found conve
nient to use, being used as a soap. Price, five dollars.
For sale .if Dr. C/apkay's Private Medical ami Surgical
Institute, Sacramento hired, la low Montgomery, Sun
Francisco, California. All orders must he addressed
to Dr. L. J. Czupkay, M. D., San Francisco,
*■** Spkbmatouriura, or Ivs ul Weakness,Nervous
Debilily, L'*w Spirit-. Lassitude, Weakness of the
Limbs a d Hack, I disposition and Incapability for
Labor and Study, Dullness of Apprehension, Loss of
Memory. Avetsiou I** Soc-ety, of S lltude. Timid
ity. Sel -Di-fni-t Dizziness, Ueidachc. Involuntary
Discharges. Pains In the Hide, Affections of the Eye-,
Pimples on the Face, Kcxujtl and other Infirmities in
Man. are cured without tail by the justly celebrated
Physician and Burgeon, L. J. Czapkny. His method of
curing diseases Is new- nnk own to others—and hence
the great mcie-s. All consultations—hy letter or
otherwise, fire. Add tew L. J. Czupkay, M. D.. San
Francisco, California.
Kr A Card.— Prompted hy nn lione t desire of my
heart. I wish to lay before the public u caw which de
serve* high commendation, not only us nn act ol scien
tific skill but that of humanity also. About two years
ago, I suddenly, and fr in cause* unknown to me, was
seized with z tit of Epilepsy, which, owing to my lira-
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
biliu to meet the expense* conwqmnUpw a thofoagb
medical treatment, and the discouragement which I
met with on attempting it, warn became inch (aa I
was then led to believe) a** to defy the ►kill of a jdijrai*
clan. I was frequently, while In pursuit of my celling,
thrown down to tlie ground without the Hlighesta 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, nr
shelter me from danger, as enemies who sought to pro-
I ng the misery of my existence. While In this state,
and having prevtouato my affliction tasted the'sweets
of life, 1 was once more induced to attempt seeking
aid of a physician, and, by reeomme datum, called
upon Dr. L, J. Czapkay. 1 told him ray circumstances
and mv innhility to reward him for my services,regard
less of which, however, he at once nndertook my case,
and. with tlie blessing of (»*hl,l was once more re**
to red to iwrieet lieaith. Unable to reward him for the
Ismn which I at present enjoy, and yet conscious of
my inch hteclnc«**«. I consider It due to myself, and to
oil afflicted, to make the case public, in order that
those in need of medical advice may find a physician
in whom every confidence can tie placed.
Mkvrh Vahi-onskv.
State of California. County of Sin Fraud***'---Sub
scribed and sworn to before me. this I-t day of August,
A. D. I(Jilbkht A (Inant,
n.s.j N -fury Pwldic.
Dr. L. J. Czapkay’* Medical and Surgical Institute
Is oil s.n - amenta street, below Montgomery. San Fran
cisco. California. The Doctor often* free consultations,
and asks no remuneration unless ho effects a cure.
SpKRMATOHItIirKA, OR I.OCAL WKAKVKVP.Dr.fi. J.
Czaidmy, Lcitnnr mi the Di eases of Women and
Children, and '’lilef Surgeon of the Military H»*p tal
--I |V-th, Hungary, wc Id c II public attention to
SpemiatorrhaM, or liOc I Weakness. There is not In
the catalogue of human lnin* depre
cated than this, as well I ecan-e of present distress as
, the ultimate rest;lts. The tone of the system under
I its influence i* either impaired or entirely destroyed,
and a - la— i*f symptoms snperinduerd that unfit man
lor the perfannan* e o any of the oidlnary duties of
life. The Injuries done to the physical paitof the man
are truly lamentable, but trifling when compand to
those of the ceiisnrinm, the great nervo s centre, and
to the nervous s- stern generally. This disea 1 c, which
is too often consequent upon that solitary vice. Self-
Abuse, Involves pathological conditions beyond the
comprehension of the uninitiated, hut which are well
understood by the regular practitioner. Among the
symptom* rn -st conspicuous are the following : l/ ve
of Solitude. Aversion to business and society. Distress
ing Timiditv. Nrrvolfs Excl’ementfnim Slight Caines,
l/nv Saints’ and Li->*d dc, Dnllne-s of ApprehenMlon.
I and Misanthropy. These being functional derange
-1 ment-, are often the hart anger* of horrid organic le
j sjons of the bra in. which produce fatuity, dementia,
j :»f d death. For the cure of this, and all kindred dis
ease-*, Dr. L. J. Czapkay lias established his Institute,
where all may rely with perfect confidence upon that
i skill which lon*/ experien* e trail thorough devotion to
! his ppifeKsio i have given. Those who suffer *h mid
call witli.nl delay, and use the means by which they
) recuperate and live. All conaultatlona—by letter* or
otherwise- free. ntfO-tf
DR. J. C. YOUNG,
Late Professor at the University, Penn.,
CAN RE FOUND AT THE OLD STAND,
Comer of Montgomery and California Streets,
SAN FRANCISCO,
Where be can he eon nulled privately and with the utmost
confidence by the afflicted nt ull hours daily, from 8 A. M..
until 8 I'. M (Cure always guaranteed or no pay required.)
CON STTTVTTON A I. DF.RTI.nv AND.SEMINAL WFAKNI3P
HR. YOl’N'i; addresses those who have Injured themselves
by private and improper indulgence in tliat secret and soli
iary habit, which ruin- the body and mln-t. unfitting them
for either bu-ine*s or society. The following are some of
(be -ad amt melancholy effects produced by early habit*of
viiiith 'ir : weak ness n r the Itack an*l limb*, pain in the
head, dinim-*- of sight, loss ol muscidnr power, palpitation
of the heart, dyspepsia, nervousness, irritability, derange
ment of the ■b-.c tive function*, general debility, symptom*
of consumption, etc.
Mi vtmiv—Tli«- fearful effects upon the nvnd are more to
he ilrea<le<l. I/>*s of memory confu-inn of ideas, depresalon
•>f spirits, exit forebodings, aversion to society, self distrust,
love of solitude, timidity', etc, are most of the evils pro
duced.
AH |-«T on* who are afflicted with any of the above syrnp
toms, shout I not fail to rail on J r. Young, and he at one**
restored to js-rfeel health. Is*l no fal-e delicacy prevent
voo. but apply immediately, and -ave yonr-ell from the
dreadful an-l aw ful coii-equenee* of this terrible malady.
Ml ARM'S OF THE ORGANS
Immediately cured amt full vigor returned.
Dr. J. r. YOUNG.
IMPORTANT TO MINERS AND TRAVELERS.
There i* no malad v of d> eper importance, either in a mod
ical or moral point of view, to which the human family la
more liable, than that arising from impure connections.
A« a medical man it i* the duty of every physician to
look at iH»eaae a* it affects health and life, and his aoleohjert
stiould In* to mitigate, a- far a* lies in hi* power, their tasti
ly suffering Human nature is at best but frn : l ; all are li
able to mis r ortnne.
Of ail ill * that affect man. none are more terrible than
those of a private nature Ir* adful a« It i- in the person
«lio contracts it. frightful are it- ravages upon hi- conslifu
lion ending*frequently in destruction and a loath-nine
grave. It hecomoa of still greater Importance when it is
transmitted to innocent offspring. Fuch being the case.
liow iin|s-rlanf it become* that every on*- having the |ea*t
icaaon to fear they have cantracted the -li ea-e. shoulil at
1 tend to it at once by consulting some physician whose rc--
! peetabilily and education enable* him to warrant n safe
s|M-e>ly and |<ermaiu nt cure In accordance with this ne
res-ity. I>r Young feel* called u|s<n to -tate that by tong
-f udv himl ntenaive practice, he has become (terferl master
of nil lln i*e di-eases which come under the denomination of
venereal, and having paid more attention to Him one branch
than any other phv-ician In the United .States, he feels him
self belter qitalilled to treat them.
Sy| hill s, in all its form*, such a* Ulcer", Swc Ring of the
Groins Ulcer* in the Throat. Secondary >.vt»hlllis. I'ntane
on* Frnplion*. Ulcerations. Tertiary f'yphfllis. Hvplillli* in
< hiblrvn. Mercurial Sypliillilic Affections. (Jonorrha*. Gleet
'*Ulcture false I'assngcs. liillnimnatiotiol the llla-lder and
Prostrate Gland*, Excoriations. Tumor*. Pustules, etc,, are
a* fnnt-livr to trim a* the most common things or daily oh
serration*.
Ike doctor effect* a cure Id recent ca*ea in a few days,
and finds no difficulty in curing those of long duration.
»ithout submitting the patient to such treatment as will
<lraw upon li'in the-lightest suspicion.or oblige him to neg
leel his business, whether within doors or without. The
■ tiet in-cd not la* changed, ex. < pl in cn-es of severe infhima
lion. Iheic are in Californio patients (amounting to over
tvvo thousand in the pa-t year ) that could furnish proof of
1 till- • hut these arc matters that require the nicest secrecy,
which he alway s preserves.
All letter* • n< losing till will Is* promplv attended In,
Office hours from 9A. M.toSP. M. AddiessJ (. VoUNG.
M. I*.
OPINIONS OF Till' Pit BUS.
The follow ing arc selected from a volumiiloua nccumula
: tion of tesliinonial* of the P.e-s of the United Stales, and
from eminent Professors • f our institutions where the prac
, lice of medicine is taught.
Ftim lh - S. F. CUuen.
1 Tlie question la often asked—-Why is if that IT. -I C.
Young la *o successful. while other advertising Physicians
are tailing from day to day V The answer must lie. or
should l»c, | Iniiilv apparent (<• nil. It I*, that he understands
tils profession. and attend* to it. and n* his practice incren
- Id-know ledge extends. So close lias been his appli
••ation to hi* unprecedented practice, that he is perfect mas
ter nf'hi* profession, am) ran insure all relief from their
troubles; and while others are daily sinking into that ob
livion from which they were never lifted to he delivered.
In* eonr-e la onward and upward, placing him at the head
of hi-arduous profession, f-’o great has been his increase
of business that be ha* been obliged to associate with him
**•11 two other physicians, both of extended knowledge and
practice We would advise nil afflicted to call upon hint in
preference to an v other Physician. We ore informed that
he treats entirely on the Vegetable System, and will always
warrant a | erfeel cure. Hl*office is at the corner of Mont
gomery and California street*, opposite Wells, Fargo & Co.*’
I- spies.- and Hanking House, Knn Francisco.
From the lime* and Transcript.
There are thou-ands in this State suffering for want of
scientific medical treatment, and they fear to apply to a
!>hy Hic-iaii. because they have been deceived, or their friend*
lave lieen, by some of the charlatans who infest the coin
munity, and who publish themselves us pood physicians.
lirofeseor, etc. To all such we unhe-i tali ugly recommend
t. J. C. Young, ns n physician in w hom all can place conli
deuce. He i« a man of eminent and profound study, a pood
surgeon an honorable man. aml one who can sympathize
vv ilh persons in nflliction. His standing as a physician and
genth imin 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 lieen honored since his advent in California, and the lat
ter by hi- numerous patrons mid large ciTclc of acqnaintati
ccs. Wc say to all afflicted, call on him, as he will at once
stntelhe case to you. and you may rely upon his judgment.
We like his principle —no cure nojtay.
piom I'rnfrfsor Hihhcock.
I have watched with more than ordinary zeal the rapid
progress of Ibis young man In the intricate |iaths of our
profession. Few. w ith the accumulation of years upon their
heads, have approximated to anything like the stand lie has
fairly earned. Were I the father of a much more numerous
family than I now boa*t of, I should not hesitate for a mo
I ment. should the services of n physician lie required, to
••all on Dr. J.C. Yoing, having full confidence in his caps
city, (a very important adjunct to a physician ) and I re
commend my friends to do the same,
J. C. Hitchcock, M. I>., L. L. I>.
Prom the Ik*t< n Mot ical Journal.
Although we arc opposed to Hie system ol advertising, for
pood and >ufficient rea-ons, still wc deem it but Justice to
•ay that I r. Voi m, i* one of Hie most industiious and in
defiitlgalle votaries of the medical science in Hie United
states
Phttown. May 28. 1856.
Ph. J. C. Youso,,—The medicine and advice which I re
ceived from you on ray visit to Fan Francisco last mouth,
have effected a most gratifying change in my physical con
diiioti. My appetite lia* returned—that dull languor and
j paleness left me. and I felt like a view man. Persons in Hie
mines have been so much imposed upon by ndceiiuinp nhy
j sii-lans. (bat they know not what to do. Msn> who have
j noticed the rapid change in my appearance, have expressed
their astonishment at It. 1 write this out of pure gratitude
for what you did for roc. WALTER WARREN.
Voluntary Certlfirnfr from Don Pedro’d Bar.
I Being desirous of benefiting my fellow man as muofc aa
' poesible. induces me to come before the public and osrttfy
SAN FUANCISCO ADVKRTISEMBHTS.
to the following facts ; In July lt"t I called upon ifc. J. c
Yoc.wo for medical advice I was then laboring under a
diuineM In my head, * rwrj tediona pain in my back- and
hips, weakness in my leg. and arms loaa of memory, sort
eve*. palpitation of the heart, extreme nervousness, and
general debility. 1 was «o bad that I w»»« ..rajs-lb-d to a u «
pend business. After a careful examination of my case,
fir. Young pronounced the caw careable and I commenced
taking tlie medicines he p ream bed. and the reaull is. I am
now jierfeclly well to all appearnnefts, although not a*
strong as I could wish, yet lam constantly gaining—can do
ns good a day's work a* any of the men in ray locality. The
reason for publishing the above is to counteract that wide
spread rascally empiricism which is stalking with such dea
truction throughout thia otherwise blessed country.
It. T MANNING.
Residence, lion Pedro’s Bar.
Witness : W. Grey. C- L. Bostwic.
"TTOUNG MAN HAVE YOU CONTRACTED THAT TFBRI
1 t.le dloea-e. which, when once sealed in the system,
will surely go down from one generation to another, under
mining tlie constitution and sapping the very vital fluid* of
lif. y it,, n ,,t trust yourself in the hands of t ho* v mushroom
Quarks that -tart up every day in a city like this, and fill
the papers with abominable fal-elnK»ds. too well calculated
to deceive the young, and those who are not •• posted up’’
in tlte tricks of foreign and demeslic Imposters.
You cannot be test careful in tlie selection of a Physician
or g remedy in these cases. You should apply to a man
who has had ample experience, and who possesses true skill
in the tnatment thereof. Furh a physician is Dr- J.C.
Ynr.Mi. who lias treated and cured more cases of such dis
eases than anyone man living to-day, in tills or any other
country. His offices were Hie first that were oj.ened in this
city for the exclusive treatment of private diseases. His
different publications have lieen re published in almost
every country in Europe, and are now acknowledged as
standard works by our own medical college* and the profes
sion throughout the country.
DR. YOUNG, by recent improvements in the healing art.
is enabled to effect cures In u lew days, without mercury or
change of diet, under a challenge of
$5,000.
Married persons, or those contemplating marriage, being
aware of physical weakness, should consult Dll. YOIINO.
YOUNG MEN
••specially, who hare become the victim of solitary vice,
that dreadful, fascinating, and destructive habit, which Nile
thousands of sick rr* m< with paralytics and consumptive*,
and hundreds of untimely graves with its misguided vie
lino*, should consult, without a moment’s delay, one who
will sympathise with their sufferings, and cure them for a
moderate compensation. Indeed, he who places himself
under the care of DR .1 C. YOUNG, rosy religiously confide
in Ilia honor «s a gentleman and confidently rely upon his
• kill as a physician, acknowledged by all the wealthiest and
most respectable portion of our old inhabitants.
Office —Corner Montgomery and California streets, oppo
site Wells, largo k Co.’s Express Office.
T> l-.MKIinrR—THAT DR J. V. YOUNG’S OFFICE. FOP,
|\ the treatment of Private 1 iseaes, is at the coiner of
Montgomery and California streets, oppo-.it* Wells, Fargo
A Co.’s Fx press Office, rtin F'rsnci-co
REMEMBER—That I>K. Yorjm wants no patients but those
fullv rauable of appreciating and distinguishing the services
of a regular, thorough bred physician. Iron lh« |*ltry, un
learned and trifling quack.
HKMEMBFR—That I R. Vorxo is the only regular bred
physician advertising to cure di-eases of imprudence.
REMEMBER—That Dm. Yoi.vo’m remedies and treatment
are entirely unknown to all others, prepared from a life
s|-ent in the great Hospitals of F'urope and the first in this
country, from pure chemicals imported.
REMEMBER—That l x Vorxu has a more extended prac
tice limn any other physician in Hie world.
RKMK.MIiFR—That all the Wealthy t Itltean, Fdstois and
our popular men. are well acquainted, and take great plea
sure in recommending Dr. Yorxc to the afflicted.
RKMKMI’KR—That Dr. Yor.vo makes no false representa
tions to gull the unfortunate, but that all he says will he
faithfully carried out.
REMEMBER—That D*. Yocxrc will core any rase of Pri
vate Di-ea-e in one half the lime that it lakes others, and
that he never fails to bring relief to the afflicted and unfor
Innate, curing them in fro.n two to six days.
REMEMBER—That Dr. .1 C. Yoiso gives every attention
to Diseases peculiar to Females. aifl-Sm
FREDERICK A. SAWYER,
Attorney and Counsellor at Late,
AVOCAT, ABOOADO,
SPEAKING FRENCH AM» M'AMMI.
Express Building, X. E cor. Montgomery and California it*.,
a2?i tl BA.V FRANCISCO.
California htram Navigation Co.
.MSfrsTEA' M MOATS
BETWEEN SAN FEANCISCO AND STOCKTON.
Steamer CORNELIA Capt. E. Conklin.
Sic .mor J. BRAG DON... .Capt. Thomas W. See let
Leave Jackson Street Wharf, San F’rancisco, Dailv. (Sun
•Uys excepted.) for Stockton, at 4 p. m.
KiS~ F reight and Passengers w ill always receive the best
attention. JOS. S. PRATT. Agent at Stockton
ni" fim SAMUEL J. HENSF I.V, San F'rancisco.
SURGICAL INFIRMARY
Washington street, above Dupont street,
SAN FRAN CISCO:
Dr. 11. Beverly Cole,: : : : Surgeon.
This institution has iben opened for the
accommodation of tho«e from the interior, who repair
to this city for surgical advice and o|>eration. It is provid
ed with every convenience of a larger with
the advantage of private apartments and advice, suitable
nursing, diet. etc.
DR. L’ttLF S office and residence at the Infirmary.
OFFICE HOURS—Morning until 9 o’clock ; Afternoon from
1 to ;;
Medical gentlemen from nil parts of the State are
particularly invited to visit tlie Institution and attend its
clinics. augV’O-fim
DOCTOR HOIT'S
Private Medical Office
.. . AND
DISPENSARY,
CORNER OF DUPONT AND PACIFIC STREETS,
SAN FRANCISCO .
DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO THE TREATMENT OF
f hronic or I ingering I (senses of bo’h soxe., and toll e
Hereditary Affections of Children. Diseases of tlie Ekin suc
cessfully treated.
kiT Patients may rely upon a judicious ami efficacious
treatment, in accordance with Ihu long and wcll-estsbl! bed
principles of Allopathic Practice. mVO-2m
TO B.tJTMiEMIS, .I.S.SVI I7KS.
AND....
G-olcl Duatt Coalers.
The house of iiarasziiiy. uznay a ro. having
established llielr NEW I.OLD AND HI.YF.R KF7INE
KY on a large scale, and In a permanent manner, are now
ready to receive the precious Metal- and prepare them for
immediate coinage, at the U. H. Mint, in the most expidi
lious way.
They invite the attention of the rankers and Gobi Dust
Dealers to the fact. Hint their refining Is conducted by a
process so much chenper and quicker than that of the Go.
vernmenl, that they can fix a much lower rate of charges
for the operation, and thus make it a great pecuniary bene
fit to tlie Depositor, both in Hie time of receiving his coin, as
well as in the amount of Hie returns.
They are prepared to return either coin or refined bars for
dust and imported liars.
Office 81 Battery street, near Commercial street,
mb-din 11ARAS7.THV. UZN’AY & CO.
Tll K HOTEL
INTEIIN ATIONAIi,
Jackson Street, above Montgomery,
SAN FRANCISCO,
IS OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF GUESTS, AFTER
undergoing a thorough repair in every department, and
refitted throughout with NEW FURNITURE. BEDDING,
CARPETS, etc., and ia now one of the best, most cleanly,
and more comfortable than any House on the Pacific.
It will be kept as a First-Claaa Hotel in every particular,
whore all will meet with a Social Home, combined with good
clean Rooms and Beds, and the best table ever set in San
Francisco.
'lhe Hotel Department of the Railroad House has always
been acknowledged to have been the most cleanly, and bel
ter kept than any other Houho in San Francisco. It is only
necessary to say that, until recently, Mrs. Haley controlled
that part of the Railroad House, and will now lake the sole
charge of the International, assisted by Messrs. Jj»o. J. Ha
iky, and K. K. Roinveo.x. formerly of the New York Hotel,
late of the Railroad House, and Mr. M A. FhixCH, late of
the Rns-ette House. We will serve to please, and ask but
one trial for success.
BOARD AND LODGING,
From 92 to $8 per DAY, and from $l2 to $lB per WEEK.
•'*- The INTERNATIONAL COAC I! is always in attend,
ance to convey Passengers to and from the Boats, at
m6-fiin ONE DOIJ.AR FOR EACH PERSON.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Merchant street and the Plaza
I>ERSONS WHO DESIRE APARTMENT OF THE FIRST
Class. Furnished or Unfurnished. v*ifl find them at this
Hotel, which is the most In.-hionnble and comfortable of any
in this city, and being under the Immediate supervision and
attention of the proprietress, pres eats all the comforts of a
home.
Rooms rented by lb a month, day or week.
Passengers arming by the steamers, will Always And
lodgings prepaid!.
Private entrance on Kearny street.
MADAME TOUCHARD,
in 6 3m Proprietress

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