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WEEKLY TRINITY JOURNAL.
Court Terms In Trinity. Dtntriet Court —Hon. Ephraim Garter, Judge; A. J. Loomin, clerk. Second Monday in April, August and De cember. County Court —Hon. John Murphy, Judge ; A. J. Loo luia,clerk. First Monday in January, March, Slay, July, Sep tember and November. Probate Court • —Hon. John Murphy, Judge; A. J. Loo mis, clerk. Fourth Monday in each month. Board of Superti»orß.—\ O. Price, chairman; S. R. Short and K. N. Davidson. First Monday in February, May, August and November. attention will be paid to communications sent for publication in the Jouuxal unless they are accompanied by the real nanie of th«* author. This is merely required to guard us against Imposition. A Shout Catecism for Democrats. —The fol lowing effective weapon has done good service for the Union cause in several States in the East, and is capable of doing much more : AVho said that all men nre created equal ? Thomas Jefferson, the father of Democracy. Who gave the negro the right of suffrage in New York? The Democratic party. Who presided over the Convention which gave this privilege to negroes? Martin Van Huron, a Democrat. Who afterwards elected Martin Van Burcn to the Presidency of the United States ? The Dem ocratic party. Who married a negro woman, and by her had mulatto children? Richard M. Johnson, a good Democrat. Who elected Richard M. Johnson Vice Presi dentofthe United States? The Democratic party. If President Van Buren hail died and Richard M. Johnson had become President, who would have Become the Democratic mistress ofthe White House? This same negro woman. Who made the negro a citizen of the State of Maine? The Democratic party. Who enacted a similar law in Massachusetts? The Democratic party. Who negro a right to vote in New Hampshire? The Democratic party. Who permitted every colored person owning $250 in New York to become a voter ? A General Assembly, purely Democratic. Who repealed the laws of Ohio which required negroes to give bonds and security before set tling in that State ? The Democratic party. Who made mulattocs legal voters in Ohio? A Democratic. Supreme Court, of which Reuben Wood was Chief Justice. What became of Reuben Wood ? The Demo cratic party elected him Governor three limes, and he is still a leader of the Democratic party. Who helped to give free negroes the right to vote in Tennessee, under her Constitution of 1790? General Jackson. Was General Jackson a good Dcmscrat ? He generally passed ns such. Who, with the above facts and many others staring them in the face, are continually whin ing about negro suffrage and negro equality ? The Democratic party. All these things were done by Democrats, and yet they deny being in favor of negro equality, and charge it upon the Union party—just like the thief who cries “ stop thief” the loudest. v The Negro Suffrage Party. —As the Cop perheads, believe they have captured the Presi dent, and are enthusiastically endorsing him, we would enquire if the Democratic party is not al so endorsing negro suffrage? The President's letter to Gov. Sharkey, of Mississippi, unequiv ocally endorses negro suffrage. Not universal, but conditional negro suffrage—which, so far as the principle involved in the question admits the negro is entitled to the rights of franchise. This letter, with the President's signature to it, is positive evidence that he is in favor of negro suf frage—in favor of adopting the constitutional law of New York and other Eastern States, fix ing n property qualification of $250, and giving the negro the ballot in all the eleven rebel States ! In addition to this testimony showing that the President, who the Copperheads now claim as a “good Democrat,” is in favor of negro suffrage, we have other proof. The Hon. Wm. D. Kelley, member of Congress from Pennsylvania, has pub licly declared that President Johnson expressed himself in favor of the bill extending suffrage to the twenty-three thousand negroes residing in the District of Columbia. —Marysville Appeal. Wonders of the English Language. —The construction of the English language must ap pear most formidable to n foreigner. One of them looking at a picture of a number of vessels, said, “Sec, what a flock of ships!” He was told that a flock of ships was called a fleet, and a fleet of sheep was called a flock. And it was added, for guidance in mastering the intricacies of our language, that “ a flock of girls is called a bevy, that a bevy of wolves is called a pack, and a pack of thieves is called a gang, and a gang of angels is called a host, and a host of por poises is called a shoal, and a shoal of buffaloes is called a herd, and a herd of children is called a troop, and a troop of partridges is called a co ver, and a covey of bcautic? is called a galaxy, and a galaxy of ruffians is called a horde, and a horde of rubbish is called a heap, andu heap of oxen is culled a drove, and a drove of blackguards is called a mob, and a mob of whales is called a school, and a school of worshipers is called a congregation, and a congregation of engineers is called a corps, and a corps of robbers is called a band, and a band of locusts is called a swarm, and a swarm of people is called a crowd.” Straws. —Among other Congressional items the telegraph announces that in a speech on the 15th, Washburne, of Illinois, said that General Grant had led the nation through the wilderness of war, and it might be that the loyal people would yet call on him to lead them through the wilderuessof politics. Another is that a propo sition has been pretty thoroughly discussed by radical Congressmen and prominent Southern loyalists, whereby reconstruction may be inau gurated by a popular movement, irrespective of color, in each State, the Constitution being fram ed on a basis of equal rights, disfranchising reb els, repudiating the rebel debt, etc. Governors, Legislatures and Congressmen being elected un der this programme, Congress will proceed to re organize the new State Governments, whereupon the present State Governments will be dissolved. It is believed by this plan impartial suffrage will he secured, and Johnson’s programme defeated. The Hartford (Conn.) Times tells a story of a gentleman who was eating a Bolona sausage at a restaurant in that city, when he found something in his mouth which seemed not to have been chopped as fine as it should be. Taking it out, ho discovered, to his horror and disgust, that it was the—end of a man's finger! The man went home and took an emetic. Temcer. —lt depends upon the temper of the South whether the peace upon which the coun try has now entered, shall be enduring, or be broken and dispersed by the earthquake and the whirlwind of fraternal strife.— Worcester Palla dium. Hasn't the temper of the North something to do in it also ? —Poston Post. An interesting trial took place in Ravenna, Ohio, recently, under the Ohio liquor law. A returned soldier named Greer, while in a state of intoxication, was robbed of one hundred and two dollars by some unknown person. His wife brought a suit against the saloon-keeper who told him the liquor, and obtained a verdict in her favor of one hundred and forty dollars. The new Jewish Synagogue, at San Francisco was lighted up for the first time on Tuesday night week. It is the finest edifice out he Pacific coast, costing $237,000. , Dibes, of Oregon, is intensely sound on the all absorbing topics of the day, and will be a povver in the defence of the right* in our sister of the Pacific. The Tonng Widow. She is modest, she is bashful. Free and easy, but not bold— Like an apple, ripe and mellow. Not too young, and not too old, Half inviting, half repulsive. Now advancing, and now shy; There is mischief in her dimple, There is danger in her eye. She has studied human nature. She is schooled in all her arts, She has taken her diploma As the mistress of all hearts, She can tell the very moment When to sigh and when to smile— Oh! a maid is sometimes charming, But a widow all the while. You are sad ? How very serious —■ Will her handsome likre become; Are you angry? She is wretched. Lonely, friendless, tearful, dumb. Are you mirthful? How her laughter, Silver sounding, will ring out 1 She can lure and catch and play you, As the angler does the trout. All old baehelors of forty. Who have* grown so bold and wise, Ye adonises of twenty, With your love-locks in your eyes, You may practice all the lessons Taught by Cupid since the fall. But I know a little widow Who could surely win you all. Another Feaufcl Malady. —While the rinder pest, or cattle plague, is raging with increased virulence in England, involving, according to last accounts, no less than 13,000 new cases a week, the estimate of horned cattle deceased amounting to over 160,000 head, another malady, of a still more fearful character, known technic ally as trichina , has made its appearance among the swine in some portions of Germany. The trichina derives its name from a minute worm which pervades the flesh of the animal, and when the latter is used as food by human beings the worm finds its way through the organs of digestion and circulation into the flesh, produc ing unspeakable physical agony. The result is nearly always fatal, as well as rapid, and the resources of medical science have been vainly exhausted in endeavoring to bring about so much as an alleviation of the pain. At Hadersleben, a village in the environs of Magdeburg, a butcher bail killed a couple of swine and sold the meat to various customers. Within a few days no less than three hundred persons who had partaken of it were attacked with a dreadful illness. Seven ty of these soon died in the most agonizing spasms, and there was no hope of the complete recovery of twice as many more. A dissection of the (/cad revealed the fact that all portions of their bodies were in a satisfactory condition ex cept the muscular, where, upon a transverse in cision in the flesh, the trichinine worm was found in enormous quantities. The death of the victims was, therefore, deemed to be in conse quence of the sleeplessness and physical suffer ing caused by the presence of these parasites, an agony so great that several physicians who re port upon the subject, declare that few if any modes of death can he compared to it in the ab solute degree and continuance cf pain. Medical skill proved entirely at fault in the endeavor to relieve these patients. The disease has appeared in many other places, producing great consterna tion, and many of the most skillful practitioners of Germany and France are engaged in special investigations bearing npon the frightful malady. Southern Hatred ok the Northern People.— General Schurz, in his last report, speaks on this subject:—“l have read in the Southern papers hitter complaints about the unfriendly spirit ex hibited by the Northern people, complaints not (infrequently flavored with an admixture of vig orous vituperation. But as far as my experience goes, the unfriendly spirit exhibited in the North is all mildness and affection compared with the popular temper which in the South vents itself a veriety of ways and on all possible occasion. I No observing Northern man can come into con tact with the different classes composing society without noticing it. He may be received in social circles with great politeness, even with apparent cordiality, but soon he will become aware that, although ho may be esteemed as a man, he is detested as a Yankee, and, as the con versation becomes a little more confidential and throws off ordinary restraint, he is not unfre quently told so. The word simple Yankee,* still signifies to them those traits of character which the Southern press has been so long in the habit of attributing to the Northern people, and when ever they look around them upon the traces of the war, they see in them not the consequence of their own folly, but the evidence of • \ ankee wickedness.’ In making this general statement 1 beg to be understood as always excluding in- Jlvidual exceptions.” Room for More. —The Humboldt Register does not like the migratory habits of the miners. It says : —lt was all right while the miners were wanted only in California; but since 1854 they have been wanted in so many other places that it makes trouble. There is a shortness; and when the miners leave California for Washoe, or Washoe for Granada or Montana, a collapse oc curs. There is need of more people. Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho and Montana, ought to have 12,000,000 of people distributed over them. When it comes to running all this expanse of rich territory with about half a million, the population gits mighty tight in every place but that where the last excitement is.” No Printers in the N. Y. State Prison.— A fact highly honorable to typos is disclosed by a late report of the New York Inspector of State Prisons : while all other occupations are represent ed in their large number of convicts, there is not a single printer. .A-ttention! RELIABLE SEEDS! EDWARD E. MOORE, 525 Washington Street, SAN FRANCISCO. rpilE UNDERSIGNED. A PRACTICAL AGRICTLTURAL- X i*t. »* n«»w prepared to supply the wants of Merchants, Ranchmen an'l all others, by wholesale or retail, of such Seeds as will not disappoint those who use them, as we use the utmost care in their selection, and in fretting them true to their kind. We have suitable grounds prepared to test the different varieties, so as to insure their entire reliability. The assortment consists of ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLE SEEDS . ALL KTXDS OF FLOWER SEEDS, ALL KINDS OF GRASS, RED AND WHITE CLOVER SEEDS, Alfalfa and Lucerne. Evergreen Seeds, NATIVES OF CALIFORNIA AND ADJACENT STATES. All kinds of TREES AND SHRUBS, All kind, of FLOWERS in their Season. All kind, of BULBS in their Season. STRAWBERRY and RASPBERRY Plants. The snbscriler deems it superfluous to name every article for sale, but merely remarks, that no one has a superior as sortment, and no one will deal more honorably by his cus tomers, to whom he refers with confidence, as universal ap proval has been awarded him. Small papers at wholesale or retail. All communications br orders, by mail or Express, attend- on appi i cat mu by Wteror otherwise. 425 Washington street. (Nearly opposite the Pest Office ), Ss.a Fas-vasco. December 10. 1860. 49to ' NEW STOKE! THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES this method of informing the pub lic that he has just opened a new Store at the FOBKS OF NEW BIVEE, and will keep constantly on band a fine stock 01 GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, Mining Tools, And all articles usually required in a mining section. V. CARAWAY.' Forks New River, June 23, 1865. 25.t0. DR. CHAS. H. TOZER’S PRIVATE MEDICAL ,INSTITUTE, N, E. corner Jackson and Kearney street!, San Francisco. ESTABLISHED IN THE CITY OF SACRAMENTO IN 1852. AND REMOVED TO SAX FRANCISCO IN 18«2, FOR THE EXPRESS PURPOSE OF AFFORDING AN ASY LUM TO THOSE AFFLICTED WITH CHRONIC AND VENBRIAL DISEASES, AND FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF QUACKERY! To the TVlllietetl. —Dß. TOZER, IN returning thanks to his patients and friends in the country, would most respectfully inform them that he can be found as usual, at bis Institute, N. E. corner of Jackson and Kearney streets, de voting his time and attention particularly to the following Diseases, viz : Syphilis in all its vari ous forms, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture of the Urethra, Nocturnal Emissions, Sexual Debility, Diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, etc., etc. From his long experience and extensive practice, he can warrant a perfect cure in all of the above mentioned cases. No deleterious drugs used in my practice. My charges are moderate and my treatment to my patients is always honorable. The utmostsecrcsy observed in all cases. SEMINAL WEAKNESS. Should you be afflicted with any of the follow ing symptoms, such as Weakness of the Back and Limbs, Pain in the Head, Dimness of Vision, Nervousness and General Debility, Loss of Mem ory, Confusion of Ideas, and Depression of Spir its, Evil Forboding, Self Distrust and an aversion to Society, consult Dr. Tozer at once, and he will restore you to perfect health. TO FEMALES. When you are afflicted with weakness of the back and limbs, headache, loss of muscular pow er. palpitation of the heart, irritability, nervous ness. extreme urinary difficulties, derangement of the monthly sickness, sterility, and other dis eases peculiar to females—consult Dr. Tozer, and you will receive particular attention. Let no false delicacy prevent you, but apply at once, and save yourselves from painful suffering and premature death. My rooms are so arranged that there is no danger of exposure or of meeting any one except the Doctor. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Patients of either sex, residing in any part of the country, however distant, who may desire the opinion and advice of Dr. Tozer, can by sub mitting a written statement of their cases to the Doctor, receive all the attention and medicines necessary to effect a cure, without the necessity of a personal interview. All letters strictly confidential, opened and replied to, by the Doctor himself. Consultation at the office or by letter —FREE. Cures in all cases guaranteed. Address DR. CHARLES H. TOZER, ' 20.1 y. San Francisco, Cal. News-Dealers and Book-Sellers, READ AND REMEMBER! • J. STRATMAN, Wholesale News-Dealer, PACKS AND FORWARDS ALL THE DAILY and Weekly Newspapers, Magazines, etc., to all parts of the country, with great dispatch. I SELL AT PEIOES That Defy Competition! EVERY NEW NOVEL RECEIVED AS SOON AS PUBLISHED. I have made special arrangements with all the different publishers, stationers, etc., and furnish the Trade with BOOKS, STATIONERY, Blank Books, Music, Portraits, Prints, Medals MELAINOTYPES, etc. Song Books in Great Variety. I have unequaled facilities, and guarantee deal ers the closest attention. Send for a price list, and give me a trial. JOHN STEATMAN, SAN FRANCISCO. AMERICAN FLAGS! With full complement of Stars 1 printed on Mus lin de Laine, imitation of Bunting, in fast colors, at the following * LOW PRICES : Size, 1 foot $1 per dozen. Size, 2 feet $2 per dozen. Size, 3 feet $5 per dozen. Size, 42 inches $lO per dozen. ALSO Bunting, Flags! Of ALL SIZES, from 60 cents to $1 per foot. mm BADGES AAD PIAS! IN GREAT VARIETY. J. STRATMAN, Major First California Artillery. Empire News Depot, north-east corner of Wash ington and Sansorne, San Francisco. THE EYES 1 THE EYES! DR. E. H. PARDEE, OCULIST AND AURIST. AFTER A PROTRACTED BLINDNESS OF more than five years. Dr. Pardee has made himself thoroughly and scientifically acquaint ed with all diseases of the Eye, and is now prac ticing with a success not surpassed in the Uni ted States. All operations performed, such as Strabismus, or cross eye, Cataract by linear extraction. De pression or Absorption, Pterygium, or fleshy membrane growing over the eye, Reduction of Staphyloma, or bulging out of the eye, Artificial Pupil, Fistula Lachrymalis, or closing of tear passage, and all deformities of the Lids, etc. Artificial Eyes inserted without the least pain, and possessing all the movements and brilliancy of the real eye. A large assortment constantly on hand and for sale at reasonable prices. The Doctor's Eye Bath for the treatment and cure of all nervous diseases is used all over this coast. Thankful to those physicians who have sent him cases for operations, he hopes that his uni versal success will warrant a continuation of their confidence. His celebrity as an operator is Co-extensive with his success, as patients are presenting themselves for treatment and opera tions. from New York and Boston, aThiost month ly- Many patients can be seen at the Doctor's office daily, in different stages of recoverv. Office— 767 Clay street, (above the' Plaza) near Dupont street. 14. 1 v. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE. Estate of HENRY - HOKUM, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same, with the necessa ry vouchers, within FOUR MONTHS from this date, to the undersigned, Administrator of said Estate, at his place of business w Weaverville —Sept. 23d, 1865. W. L. HUDSPETH, 3".4m. Administrator. HOUSE ANS LUT FUR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS TO b = s\ sell his private residence on Center street, = with or without the furniture—cheap for cash, E. "WILLIAMS. Weaverville, Oct. 10, 1865. 40.t0. $2OO REWARD! THE PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY OK SAN FRANCISCO, WILL PAY TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS In U. S. Gold Coin, for such information as will insure the conviction of an incendiary or incen diaries who may set fire to any building or buil dings in this town or county. H. GREENHOOD, Resident Agent. Weaverville, Nov. 25, 1864. 46.t0. 11,000! . ~ ELEVEN THOUSAND OF WHEELER & WILSON’S Sewing Machines Have been sold on the Pacific coast since the Agency was established in San Francisco ; and the LARGE and INCREAS ING sale of these MACHINES, proves how fully the public are convinced of the SUPERIORITY of Wheeler & Wilson’s Sewing Machines ! OVER ALL OTHERS, FOR GENERAL USE! A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE MACHINES, WITH GREAT IMPROVEMENTS ! .Tiist Received I CALL AND EXAMINE THEM, OR SEND FOR A CIRCULAR. J. H. HAYDEN, Agent, Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento sts., B.to. SAN FRANCISCO. FIRST PREMIUM FAMILY Sewing Machine ! Grover & Baker ELASTIC STITCH SEWING MACHINE AWARDED A Silver Medal BY THE MECHANICS’ INSTITUTE, AND — Premitims —ox — WORK VXD MACHINES —AT THE— STATE FAIR! IT IS THE BEST FAMILY 'MACHINE BECAUSE IT IS THE SIMPLEST, MOST DURABLE, Easily Learned SEWS FROM THE ORIGINAL SPOOL, THE ONLY MACHINE THAT EMBROIDERS! AND IS THE ONLY RELIABLE STITCH O X FLANNELS O B Good* of an Elastic .Nature. WILL SEW ANY THICKNESS OF GOODS WITHOUT CHANGE OF TENSION, BESIDES DOING THE WORK OF ALL OTHER MACHINES! 16®“ Every Machine fully guaranteed in every particular. Descriptive Catalogues, with speci mens of work, will be sent to any address. J. W. J. PIERSON, Agt., 329 Montgomery Street, 41.1 y. SAN FRANCISCO. HAPPINESS OR MISERY ! THAT IS THE QUESTION. THE PROPRIETORS OF THE il PACIFIC MUSEUM OF ANATOMY AND SCIENCE” have determined, regardless of expense, to issue FREE (for the benefit of suffering humanity) four of their most interesting and instructive LEC TURES on MARRIAGE and its disqualifications ; Nervous Debility, Premature Decline of Man hood, Indigestion, Weakness or Depressiou, Loss of Energy and Vital Power, the great Social Evil, and those maladies that result from youth ful follies, excesses of maturity, or ignorance of Physiology and Nature's Laws. These invaluable Lectures have been the means of enlightening and saving thousands, and will be forwarded FREE on receipt of Twenty-five Cents in postage stamps, by addressing “ Secre tary Pacific Museum of Anatomy and Science,” EUREKA THEATER, Montgomery street, San Francisco. Letters to b* sent through Wells, Fargo i Co. 9vlo.ly.is. ESTABLISHED 18 9 1. LAWRENCE & HOUSEWORTH, Opticians! Importer, of Optical* Mathematical and Philosophical Instruments. 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Stereoscopic Views ; Drawing Instruments, in German Silver ami Brass ; Boxwood and Ivory Scales ; Microscopes in every style ; 200 Magnetic Machines for Medical purposes ; Aneroid Barometers ; 20,500 Card Photographs ; 600 Album Pictures in oil colors ; 50 doz. Union Card Frames ; Joseph Rodgers & Son’s CUTLERY; 100 doz. Table Knives ; 260 doz. Pocket Knives ; 120 doz. Razors ; 50 doz. Razor Strops ; 130 doz. Scissors ; SCISSORS, in cases ; 100 doz. Gyroscope Tops ; 160 doz. Thermometers ; 25 doz. Hydrometers ; Galvanic Batteries ; Country Traders will consult their own interest by examining our Stock and Prices be fore punfliasing elsewhere. *,,* Orders from the COUNTRY promptly exe cuted. fpST' Catalogues sent to any address, — KiiKE.“@a Address, LAWEEHCE & HOUSEWOETH, OPTICIANS, .Voi. 317 and 319 .Tlonlg-omtri/ tlretl, 2.10. SAN FRANCISCO. I}' ARE YOU IN AGONY ? A Well Spring of Hope FOR ALL CAN BE FOUND IN Holloway’s Pills! Be of Good Cheer! The Sinking may be SAVED BY THE USE OP Holloway’s Ointment! The history of these great Remedies is the most wonderful medical revelation that the world has ever known. It estab lishes the all-important fact that wherever, and in whatev er shape internal disease exists, the disinfecting. searching and healing properties of the Fills are fully equal to its sub jection and cure, and that, with the Ointment, they are The Great Ambassadors of Health to all Mankind. This is not a history written by one man, or even derived from the experiences of one nation. It consists of a compil ation of testimonials from the sick of every country—an un impeachable record, the like of which has never been adduc ed in favor of any discovery or invention since time began. Tliese Mighty Healers, World Known and Tried , are a Uoon to the Sick, The want of a sterling medicinal to meet the ills and neces sities of the suffering portion of humanity, and one entirely free from mineral and other deleterious particles was severely felt till thisall powerful medicine was timbered into the world; Holloway’s Invaluable Pills have become the household remedy of all nations. Their attribute is to prevent as well as to cure; they attack the radix or root of the complaint, and thus by removing the hidden cause of disease, re-in vig orate and restore the drooping energies of the system, assist ing nature in her task of vital and functionary reformation. DISOEDEES OF THE STOMACH Are the sources of the deadliest maladies. Their effect is to vitiate all the fluids of the body, and to send a poisoned stream through all the channels of circulation. Now. what is the operation of the Fills? They cleanse the bowels, reg ulate the liver, bring the relaxed or irritated stomach into a natural condition, and, acting through the secretive organs upon the BLOOD ITSELF, change the state of the system from sickness to health, by exercising a simultaneous and whole some effect upon all its parts and functions. Woman in all her Difficulties Is invited to test the reguluting and restorative powers of tlii- harmless but effective preparation. At the two epochs of life in which the female system undergoes the most im portant and critical changes, the Fills will prove a positive safeguard against evil consequences. They are also confident ly recommended as a specific in every disorder to which fe males are exclusively subject. BE IT UNDERSTOOD, That the above statements can at all times be verefied by the written testimony (extending through a quarter of a cen tury) of lens of thousands of unimpeachable witnesses. Billious Maladies, &c., &c. In whatever form disease attacks the liver, it is repelled and exterminated by this searching, painless and irresistible curative. Billions remittents, billious purging, and all the ordinary disorders of the organ, indicated by pain in- the right side and between the shoulders, yellowness of the whites of the eyes, weakness and debility. Ac., are relieved and removed by the remedy, with a celerity which astonishes the sufferers and their friends. Let the sick, whom the fac ulty have abandoned, resort with confidence to this powerful anti-billious agent, and a restoration to health and activity will be the unvarying result. Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea, Weakness, &c. The terrible bodily and mental pangs which characterize Dyspepsia are at once mitigated by the Fills. Diarrhoea, constipation, headache, physical prostration, nervous tre mors, hot flushes, spasms, affections of the kidneys, ‘hemor roids or piles, and, in fact, all internal complaints, from whatever cause arising, give way before the salutary influence of this extraordinary remedy. As a specific for dyspepsia, and the disorders connected with it, or growing out of it. the pills are always to be relied on when every other medicine and mode of treatment has utterly failed. HOLLOWAY’S PILLS ARE THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN IN THE WORLD FOR THE FOLLOWING DISEASES * Asthma, Bowel Complaints, Coughs. Colds, Chest Diseases, Costivencsa, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea. Dropsy, Debility, Fever and Ague. Female Complaints. Headache, Indigestion, In fluenza, Inflammation. Inward Weakness, Liver Complaints, Lowness of Spirits, Piles. Stone and Gravel, Secondary Symptoms, Venereal Affections, Worms of all kinds. C autio n I If the reader of this “notice” cannot get a box of Pills or Ointment from the drug store in his place, let him write to me, enclosing the amount, and I will mail a box free of ex pense. Many dealers will not keep my medicine on hand be cause they cannot make as much profit as on other persons’ make. None are genuine unless the words “ Huflmvay, Xeto Fbrfc and LonrU/n are discernable as a Water-mark in every | ear of the book of directions around each box; the same may be plainly seen by holding the leaf tc the light. A handsome reward will be given to any one re* lering such inform* as may lead to the detection of any party or parties conn - feiting the medicines or rending the same, knowing t J be spurious. *#♦ Sold at the manufactory of Professor HOLLO'' h\.W Maiden Lane, New York, and by all respectable legists and Dealers in Medicine throughout the United *? the civilized world, in boxes, at 35 cents, 83 cents, There is a considerable saving by taking^* PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE! —established by T)i*. .T. c. YOUNG, IN 1850, FOR THE CURE OF PRIVATE DISEASES OF WHATEVER NATURE, AND ALL FEMALE COMPLAINTS. CONSULTING OFFICE : 540 Washington Street, SECOND BUILDING BELOW MONTGOMERY, San J*ranei»eOy ■ • • Cmtifornim • NO CURE, NO PAY ! *5- Consultation by letter or otherwise, FREE. For di rection of letters, see below. This celebrated institute has en joyed on this coast an uninterrupted success of fourteen years, and has become one of the renowned Hospitals of the age. VI hat the cele brated Lock Hospital is to London, and the no less renowned establishment of Ricord to this Institute has become to the Pacific Coast. — The thousands annually received and cured place it in point of number of patients among the very first of the world, and the success of ita treatment ranks it second to none. PRIVATE DISEASES IN MALES and IR REGULARITIES IN FEMALES are the great destroyers of health. They insiduously attack the system and gradually undermine and destroy ib; they drive the bloom from the cheek, the lustre from the eye, the strength and vigor from, the frame ; they give to the world puny and diseased offspring, and poison, through success sive generations of the race of man. The marks can be seen in Scrofula, Consumption, Cripples,, the Idiotic, the Paralytic, the Insane, etc. There is no more terrible scourge to the human race than those diseases arising from the con tamination of Vencrial Poison. The mildest forms, by retreating to the blood, hold ever over the one afflicted, the sword of destruction that is liable at any moment to fall and blight—to utterly destroy—all earthly hopes. MERCURY, recognized as the most fatal medi cal enemg to man , combining with the Venerisl, doubles lur. dangers. Those who have been treated with that pernicious mineral poison are not cured ; the disease has only assumed a new form. Do not be satisfied with Partial Cures, that leave the poison to crawl through the sys tem, eating its way into the tissues and organs beneath the apparently smooth surface, to burst out in the future with a virulence that will baffle the effects of medicine. WHEN PERFECT CURES can be obtained by consulting a physi cian whom long practice and thorough investi gation into causes of DISEASES of the URINA RY ORGANS enables to determine at once the nature of the disease. In all diseases entrusted to the Doctor’s care, PERFECT, SPEEDY and PERMANENT Cures are Always Guaranteed, In Syphilis and its adjuncts ; Gonorrhoea and its accompanying diseases; all disorders of the Bladder, Kidneys and prostrate ; Seminal Weak ness ; Diseases of the Heart and Lungs : Dys pepsia : Indigestion, Impotency; Insipient Con sumption, and all diseases of the urinary organs, in either sex, cure always warranted, OR NO PAY REQUIRED at the PRIVATE Medical Institute, No. 540 Washington street, San Francisco, Cal. Seminal Weakness ok Spermatorrhoea.—The young man who experiences that growing weak ness in his muscular and mental organization should stop to consider whence it arises. He will find in the weakness of the back, trembling of the limbs, disordered digestion, unaccountable failing of the powers of the mind, distaste for society, dread of impending trouble, forebodings of evil, sleeplessness, troubled and lacivious dreams accompanied by growing deafness, loss of muscular power, and numerous other symp toms of disorganization, the positive traces of that most terrible and destructive of all diseases. Seminal Weakness—wasting away his powers, destroying his hope of life and manhood, and dragging him along the broken path of his existence toward a premature and loathsome grave. To him who finds his life dribbling out in the discharge of the vital principal of existence in nocturnal and diurnal emissions, the mere cessation of the causes of its appearance brings no assurance of relief. Marriage, that holy office, the safeguard and hope of maniiood, brings to such a one no hope of cure, but adds to bis misery that the one who looks to him for so much of happiness, is a vic tim of liis evil, and an innocent companion of his punishment. He adds to his misery and dis order until hope loaves him. There is no rescue except in proper and skillful treatment. Con sult, then, at once, a physician whom long prac tice and careful research has made thoroughly conversant with every phase of the disease.— Those who have become the victims of solitary vices, that dreadful, fascinating and destructive habit, which fills thousands of sick rooms with paralytics and consumptives, and hundreds of untimely graves with its misguided victims, should consult, without a moment's delay, one who will sympathize with their sufferings. To such the Doctor would especially address himself, giving to each and all an assurance of a PER FECT and PERMANENT CURE, without hin drance from business , change of diet, or fear of exposure. Do not forget the address. See below. Important to Femalei. When a female is in trouble or afflicted with disease, and requires medical or surgical assist ance, the inquiry should be, where is there a physician who is fuliy competent to administer relief, and whose respectable standing in society recommends him to the confidence of the com munity? The Doctor, understanding how imper atively necessary these requirements are, feels called upon to interpose, and by calling the at tention of the afflicted to the fact that he has been a PROFESSOR OF OBSTETRICS AND FEMALE DISEASES for twenty years, and is jully qualified to administer in all cases, both medically and surgically, not in a superficial manner, but in as thorough a manner as years of study and practice—both in hospitals and private families—can make, to save them from the hands of the unqualified, unscrupulous and designing. Therefore, families can rely upon him as upon a father. AH in affliction can find in him one who can feel and sympathize with and befriend them in trouble—one in whose secrecy the utmost confidence can be placed. CONSULTATION (BY LETTER, OR OTHER-. WISE) FREE. See address below. THE CELEBRATED FEMALE REMEDIES, compounded from the private prescriptions of DR. YOUNG, have now obtained a most extend ed popularity, and are correctly viewed to be the safest and surest remedies for the comp amts for which they are applied. The constantly ac cruing testimonials of their efficacy declare t em to be pre-eminently superior in their action. No lady should be without these Renovating ■nuine unless procured at this office. Mail or Express, t 0 V** HE GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE!— riVE POWDERS FOR MARRIED LA ew, Safe and Infallibie. lastmg from i months. Price $lO. FRENCH LL - FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. For ,ns After fifty years of use these pills vailed in efficacy. Price $5 per box. > Correspondent*. — Patients residing in any part of the State how ever distant, who may desire medical advice on their respective cases, and who think proper to submit a written statement of such in preference to holding a personal interview, are assured that their communication will be held most sacred. All letters must be addressed to the corre sponding physician, thus : BENJ. F. JOSSELY’N, M. D. [stamp] 540 Washington street, Box, 735, P. 0. San Francisco, Cal. 33.3 m.