WEEKLY TRINITY JOURNAL.
'C<mrt Terms In Trinity.
nttfrtct C*o«irf~~lfon. Ephraim Garter. Judge; A. J.
Loom!*, clerk. Second Monday iu April. August and ’De
County Court—Una. John Murphy, Judge ; A. J. Loo
tnis. rierk. Firnt Moflday In January. March. May. July, Sep
tember an INo vcmVr. * J *
I 9 rotate Court*— lion. J ohn Murphy, Jm Jge; A. J. Loo
mis, clci*. Fourth Monday in each month.
Hoard of Supervisor a. —A. 0. Price, chairman; ?. I».
Short and H. N. Duvitliun. First Monday iu February, May,
August and November.
No attention will lie paid to communication* Kent for
puMical iv*si In the Journal unh-en they are accompanied by
lac real name of the author. This is merely required to guard
ua again *t impiwilion.
Herald On*iocs—Reruns am > After the
Veto.—A few days before the Presidential veto,
the Nenr York Herald said of the Civil Rights
This Civil Rights bill we regard, accordingly,
ns a practical, just and beneficent measure, and one
of which the President will cheerfully approve.
It does not touch the question of negro suffrage
and it docs not provide for the encouragement of
laziness among the Southern blacks and white
refugees by inviting them to laugh and grow fat
mpon the public treasury. The President is en
titled to great credit in bringing Congress from
the ragtriet of its Reconstruction Committee to this
practical lit of legislation.''
Immediately on the appearance of the veto the
same Herald exclaimed :
His (the President’s) objections, on constitu
tional grounds exhibit this bill us involving the
most flagrant dcvices.for overriding the reserved
rights of the States in their legislatures and
judicial tribunals ever attempted in Congress.
We had supposed this bill, in a new shape, a sort
of reproduction of the old fugitive slave law ; but
under the searching analysis of Andrew Johnson,
it appears a thousand limes worse that the re
jected Freedman's Bureau experiment, and noth
ingless than a lull of unconstitutional abomina
tion from beginning to end.
Mow, for the sake of three millions of negroes,
the white people of this country arc asked to
submit to the abrogation of the Constitution ; to
the exclusion of eleven States from the Union:
to the snperecdure of the State judiciary ; to the
petty tyranny of irresponsible spies, paid to ; rc
i'er complaints, whether justly or unjustly.—
More than this, we are asked to give the femi
civilized negro a preference over the intelligent
immigrant who lands upon our shores, to punish
a parent who refuses to allow a negro to marry
his child ; to cast into prison any judge who
decides the dicta of Congress unconstitutional;
to submit to a social association perfectly revolt
ing to ail sensible persons, and to a national
future like that of Mexico or of the mongrel
South American republics.
Editing a Newspaper.—The S. E. Golden Bra
Las the following among its local answers to its
“ Press:”—Proposes starting a new paper.—
Think* himself eminently qualified to perform the
duties of an editor.
Just so. About every third man in the com
munity is troubled in that way. What mure
common observation than “nothing in it,” is
made on laying down a paper when its contents
arc not quite satisfactory. You probably imag
ine that yon would make a perfect steamboat of
an editor, because you have written a fete smooth
articles. Try it ou. Come down to your mental
mutton daily li/.c a pack "horse —be equally spicy,
or* riua 1, amusing, deep, logical, correct, and
entertaining on all subjects, from the discussion
of the propriety of establishing a new town
pump, to the threatened rupture between this j
country ami England. The pleasures of editor- ,
ship arc various. One is, to have your pet ar
ticle on which you hove bestowed no small
amount of care and nursing, denominated by un
known individuals, in your hearing, as “ insuf
ferably stupid.” Another, is to have your pro
ductions, meant to be funny, called foolish. The
editor s trials arc legion until he gels used to
them, and then he is otic of the happiest of mor-!
Uls 1 _
Tragedy Manners.—Mrs. Siddons could never
divest herself of the airs and language of a
tragedy queen. Sir Walter Scott once dined
with her, and humorously describes her dignity
of manner and the loftiness of her conversation.
She spoke in measured tones and in blank verse,
and petrified the waiter with :
4 *l called fur water, bus - ; tliuu's given me beer."
When the mustard was passed to her she ex
"I never da lake mustard without beef."
Lord Byron declares that the highest tribute
to actor s excellence was involuntarily paid to
Philip Kemble by a supernuniarary in the Edin
burg Theater. This man personated the prin
cipal murderer of Ranqtto, and when Macbeth
rises front the banquet to converse opart with
the murderers, the terrible earnestness with
which Kemble spoke :
“Tlnrc's bloo«l upon tliy face!*'
unhinged the poor fellow entirely, and, instead
of replying, “ Tis Ranqito's, then,” he raised
his hand to his check, exclaiming; “The h—ll
there is I ”
Rat Cunning.—lt is astonishing how cunning
ly and quickly r.us will run along the hawser of
a ship attached to another ship in order to search
for more abundant food than they could procure
in the ship they have just left. This is generally
done la the night, but the migration Las been
witnessed in the day time. When rats have
devoured all the food in a bam, they will migrate
in considerable numbers to another. A friend
of mine, a clergyman, witnessed one of these
migrations, and saw an old blind rat holding a
short bit of stick in his month, and another rat
holding the other end : in this way the blind r.u
was conducted safely along. This anecdote may
be doubted, but I have too high an opinion of
the varacily of uty respectable informant to
doubt it myself The contrivances of rats to
procure food arc sometimes very extraordinary.
They have been known to insert their tails into
pn oil flask, and 1 lieu lick off the adhering oil till
the flask was emptied, or at least, till tluir tails
would reach the oil no longer, it has also been
ascertained that they have made deposits of eggs
in some concealed place, its a future slock ot
food : they were conveyed without breaking them,
although it is difficult to guess tu what way.—
Once a Week.
Judge Mason gave an interesting opinion in
the Xcw York Supreme Court lately, ns to the
duties of hotel keepers. A guest at the Lafarge
House was robbed of a watch, his rings and scarf
pin, together with two hundred dollars in mon
ey. and on siting, the proprietor set up in defence
that the rule of the house, (under the statute of
the State) required valuables to be deposited in
th.e safe of the office. Tbe Judge, however,
charged that this did not apply to a watch, or
such jewelry ns a man usually carried" about his
person, nor to such amounts of money as were
usually carried in the pockets of travelers to sup
ply ordinary necessities.
Jeff. Davis’ Squaw. —The Shawano (Wis.)
Journal says there is living at Keshona, in that
county, a Menominee squaw by the name of Wha
no-no-mc-eo-tet, who was for a number of years
the “ Indian wife,” as they are called, of Jeff,
pax is. She is about fifty-live years of age, and
in her youthful days was reported to be good
iookiug. She commenced to live with Jeff, iu
the year 1820. while he was stationed at Fort
Sufr'jax o* Texas—General Sheridan, after
his recent Fexan lour, staled his opinions suc
ciully and forcibly as follows :—if I o vyned
h—l and Texas, 1 would rent Texas and live at
the other place.” Just like him. Always run
sing into the hottest fire.
A few years since the country remembers that
n steamer, the Lady Klein, was lost on the trip
from Chicago to Milwaukee, and about three
hundred persons on board were drowned. The
first report was that all bad perished, hut several
escaped and returned to their homes after an
absence of from one to three days. There lived
at Milwaukee at that timen burly German named
Triheistcr Dotswiuger. who rejoiced in n three
cornered lager beer saloon, an eight square vrow
and oval faced cherub of eighteen summers, boy
bv nalure, Schneider Uotswinger by name, and
graceful as a young bologna sausage in all its
Schneider coaxed his two derivatives to let
him go on the ill fated steanfer. News came
that she was lost. The anguish-stricken Teuton
in a paroxysm of grief called on us in the edi
toml ro'Tjs to enquire about his hoy. We told
him us we were informed that all were lost, and
of course his boy was a goner. He seated him
self on a pile of hooks and Ihus held forth :
“Mein Gott—mein Gott, Mr. Bumroy ’tis al
ways sliust so as it never vnsh since it vash so,
and 1 knows 'em ! I have so much droobles dis
day as never vash since I make start mit mine
lager peer grocery. It is sh.usl so sll der time,
and I feels so pad all down here mit mine pelly !
Let us go and dake some lager peer drink, and I
dells you pout Schneider what shust now lost me
in ter Lady Helsbin !’’
We accompanied the grief-stricken one to a
saloon where lager was held forth, and over a
glass of beverage he thus continued.
“ Now Mr. Bumroy, mine heart be aus ka
spielt (played out). I make so mooch loves ver
dat Schneider as vot no man never makes for Ids
poy. Use had so much trooblc mit bin doo.
Ven he vos uu fine Iccdle pig he had so much
worms ash no poy never had, and it dakes more
as zwei barrels of goot lager peer to get hit poy
out of de worms. Take some more peer, Xr. Dum
Und den mine friend, he makes take ter mees
cls, and goomes out all over in un solid ieetlc
shpots shust like un papy vot is so freckled as
never vash. nnd it cost me more ns doo tollers to
get Schneider away from clem shpots. Und I
makes play mit him on dcr vloor und have such
fun shpanking him as never vash, und oen he
makes much grow, und goes out ter door ven he
vanls ton. shust like pody, so it docs his poor
fadder’s heart so mooch goot to vatcli him as
you never saw! Tahe some more peer, Mr. li inu
re v !
Und den he make grow shust like notinks.
Und he gets so pig in his leedle sthumack like
bis ladder ! Und shust like his raudder don. He
vas shust such a boy as never vnsh. Und he
makes himself grow big, nnd he drinks so much
lager peer as his fndder, nnd is so much help in
mine grocery. He draws peer so goot as I does,
und I sits nil ter dime seeing Schneider draw
peer, und I smokes my bipc toshleepall lervilcs 1
Und now I veels so pad down here ! Take some
more peer, Mynheer Uumroy!
Und now dat Schneider vos gond make him
self drown on dcr Lady Ilcishin ! He vosh so
goot poy as never vash, und I must make myself
get un odder iittle Schneider shust like him. 1
dell you Mynheer Uumroy I never make myself
veel so pad since dat poy vos nothink ! ”
Just then the door opened and in came Schneid
er a living witness fresh from the disaster, brought
up bv Dennison on the cars.
•• Oil Mein Gott, there comes dal Schneider !”
jumping up. “Oh Schneider,you tamm rascal,
kiss your fadder? Goom to your poor bidder's
arms?" They embrace. “Now take some
lager peer rail your fadder. Go kiss your mad
der, you tamm rascal I Hero kiss your fadder
you tamm rascal vot drowns der Lady Helshin I
und you tamm rascal, veri next you goes mit der
Lady Ilcishin to ride, you slimy here und sell
lager [>eer, and let your poor ladder go have
funs, not by a tamm sight! Oh, Mein Gott how
I makes love dit poy I / d rudder fend fifty toi
lers in paid as drown him mit ter steamboat I ”
What an Iron Bar Bf.came. — A bar of iron
worth $3, worked into horse shoes, is worth
SlO 50 : made into needles, it is worth $330 ;
made into knifebladcs, it is worth $8,285 ; made
into balance springs, is worth $250,000. What
a drilling the poor bar of iron must undergo to
reach all that ; but hammered, and beaten, and
pounded, and rolled, and rubbed, and polished,
how was its value increased I It might well
have complained under the hard knocks it got;
tint were they not ail necessary to draw out its
fine qualities and fit it far higher offices? And
so all the drilling and training to which you are
subject, all the trials and hardships, thumps nnd
pains which often seem so bard to you, serve to
bring out your liner qualifies, and to fit you for
more responsible posts and greater usefulness in
43G CALIFORNIA STREET,
INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
on Buildings. Merchandise. Ware* and other Personal
Property. The personal liability of Stockholders under the
law of this State recognized.
Capital, - $750,000.
LOSSES PAID IN U. S. GOLD COIN.
.TOXIITIIAS KVST, President.
A. J. RALSTON, Secretary.
QUEENHOOD & NEWBAUEE,
J.lo. Agents for Trinity county.
BRADLEY & RULOFSON’S
Corner Sacramento and Montgomery street*,
Entrance 423 Montgomery street. (Vance's old stand.)
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■atiabetion. lbtn '
AXXUPXCES THAT HE HAS
'opened a netv Market at
LAKE CITY, NEW RIVER,
kept constantly supplied with cv
r variety of FRESH MEATS which the mar
t alfords. , -o-to.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
J the CXDERSIGXED OFFERS TO
ftTisf sell his private residence on Center street,
I*l=l with or without the furniture—cheap
jr cash. C. E. WILLIAMS.
Wcavervillej Oct. 19- \»65. 40.t0,
THE PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Of BAN FRANCISCO, WILL PAY
TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS
In V. S. Gold Coin, for such information ns will
insure, the conviction of an incendiary or incen
diaries who may set fire to any building or buil
dings in this town or countv.
Wcavcrville, Nor. 25, 1864. 4S.to.
ELEVEN THOUSAND OP
WHLELEE & WILSON’S
Have bean sold on the Pacific coast
since the Agency was established
in San Francisco ; and the
LARGE and INCREAS
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OVER ALL OTHERS,
FOR GENERAL USE!
A LARGE INVOICE
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WITH GREAT IMPROVEMENTS 1
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eSrCALL AND EXAMINE THEM,
oa SEND FOB A CIBCCLAR.
J, H. HAYDEN, Agent,
Gor. Montgomery and Sacramento sts.,
B.to. SAN FRANCISCO.
Tn the district court ok the ninth judicial
District of the State of California, in and for thocounty of
Trinity.—Henry Winkle ve. Georpe Lai up and Warren Dun
ham.— Action brought in the District Court of the Ninth Ju
dicial Dintrict of the State of California, in ami for the coun
ty of Trinity, and the complaint tiled in aaidc.iir.ty of Trini
ty, in the office of the Clerk of said District Cou.-t.
[lievenue Stamp, GO cts.]
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF C ALT FOUNT A SEND
GREETING TO GEORGE LAIXG, DEFT.
You are hereby required to appear in an action brought
against you by the above named Plaintiff in the District
Court of the Ninth Judicial Dintrlrtof the State of California,
in and for the «ald county of Trinity and to answer the Com
plaint filed therein, (a copy of which accompanies Him num
mons.) within ten days. te\d»wire of the day of service.)
after ti e service on v at <-f this summons—if served within
this comity: or. if served out of this comity, but within this
Judicial District, within twenty days; or if served out ■f - aid
District, then within forty days—or Judgment hy default will
be taken against you, according to tho prayer of said com
This said action N brought to foreclose a certain Mortgage
given hy n»ld defendants to secure the payment of jj'.t'M. with
2 per cent, interest per jn udh from June l*t- 1 Stil. rise date
of «aid mortgage. «aid mortgage being given up mail their wa
ter and mining property oil and near Bolt’s Hill Trinity CO..
Cal., and upon which said mortgage a judgment is prayed for
the sum of $1,082 32. now' due. ami intercut on thereof at
2 per cent, per month, as also costs of suit. and*f»r a sale of
said premises, to satisfy said judgment, and for judgment over
for any balance that may he due after sale. *
And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear and
answer said complaint as above required, the said Plaintiff
will take judgment against yon os prayed for in said com
Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court of
the Ninth Judicial District of the State of California, in and
for the said county of Trinity, this Ist day of March, in the
year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and sixty-six.
[t. s.j A. J. LOOMIS, Clerk.
J. C. llLT.cn, Plaintiff's Attorney. 8.3 m.
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Morn. Shell nnd Rnbher Frames ;
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300 doz. SPECTACLE GLASSES, and BRA
ZILIAN' PEBBLES :
300 doz. SPECTACLE and EYE GLASS Cases ;
395 Opera and Marine Glasses ;
75 Telescope nnd Spy Glasses :
225 doz. Magnifying Glasses ;
80 doz. Pocket Compasses ;
325 Hand Stereoscopes ;
75 Revolving Stereoscopes ;
2500 doz. Stereoscopic Views ;
Drawing Instruments, in German Silver
and Brass ;
Btmvood nnd Ivory Scobs ;
Microscopes in every style ;
200 Magnetic Machines for Medical purposes ;
Aneroid Barometers :
20.50' Card Photographs :
COO Aihnm Pictures in oil colors ;
50 doz. I’uion Card Frames :
Joseph Rodgers k Son's CUTLERY ;
100 doz. Table Knives ;
200 doz. Pocket Knives ;
120 doz. Razors ;
50 doz. Razor Strops ;
130 doz. Scissors ;
SCISSORS, in cases ;
100 doz. Gyroscope Tops ;
IGD doz. Thermometers ;
25 doz. Hydrometers ;
Galvanic Batteries ;
Country Traders will consult their own
interest by examining onr Stock and Prices be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from the COUNTRY promptly exe
cuted. tssS‘ Catalogues sent to any address, —
LAWEEHOE & HOUSEWOETH,
.Vo». 317 ami 319 .lion! f ornery ft reel,
2.10. SAX FRANCISCO. I,V.
ARE YOU IN AGONY ?
A Well Spring of Hope
CAX BE FOCX'D IN
lie of Good Cheer I The Sinking may be
SAVED BY THE USE OF
Tb«* history of these cre.it Remedies is the most wonderful
medical revelation that the world has ever known. It estab
lishes the all-important fact that wherkver. and in wrnrnv
jrsiupk internal disease exists, the disinfecting, searching
and heiling properties of the Pills are fully equal to its sub
jection and cure, and that, with the Ointment, they are
TUe Great Ambassador* of llcaltb to
This is not a history written hy 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.
These Mighty Healers, World Known and
l ilvr/d Tried, are a Hoon to the Side,
The want of a sterling medicinal to meet the ills ami neces
sities ot the suffering portion of humanity, and one entirely
free from mineral and other deleterious particles was severely
felt till this all powerful medicine was ushered into the world;
Hot low \y’s Invvi.lai le Pills have become the iiovsemold
remedy of all nations. Their attribute is to prevent ns well
astoci KK; they attack the Rvnix or root of the complaint,
and thus hy removing the hidden cause of diseise. re-invlg
.•rate and restore the drooping energies of the system, assist
ing nature in her task of vit%l and function akv reformation.
DISOEDEE3 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 eh iniuds of circulation. Now, what
i*. the operation of the Pills? They cleanse the bowels, rep
white the liver, bring the relaxed or irritated stomach into a
natural condition, and, actinic through the secretive organs
UPON THE UI.OOI* itsKI.F, change th* state of the system from
sickness to health, hy exercising a sinmltanecns and whole
some effect upon all its parts and functions.
Woman in all her DiiUcullics
Is invited to test the rogiilutiug and restorative powers of
this liarmless l*nt eflwtivH preparation. At the two ep.-ichs
of life in which the female system undergoes the most im
portant and critical change*. the Pills will prove a positive
safeguard Against evil consequence*. They are also confident
ly tc omnieuilc 1 ms a specific in every disorder to which fo
males are exclusively subject.
HE IT UNDERSTOOD,
That the Above statements can at all times be verefled by
the written testimony fexten ding through a quartet ol a cen
tury) of lens of thousand* of unimpeachable witnesses.
Eillious Maladies, &c., &c.
In whatever f<Tin disease attacks the liver, it Is repelled
and exterminated by this searching, painless and Irresistible
curative. Millions remittents, billions purging, and all the
ordinary disorders of ti e organ, indicated by pain In the
right side and between the shoulders, yellowness of the
whiles of the eyes, weakne.fH nnd debility, Ac.. nre relieved
nnd removed by the remedy, w ith n < lerity which astonishes
the sufferers and their friends. Let (he sick, whom the fac
ulty have abandoned, resort with confidence to this pow erful
anti-billions agent, and a restoration to healtltsand activity
will be the unvarying result.
Dyspepsia. Diarrhea, Weakness, &c.
The terrible bodily find mental pangs which characterize
Dyspepsia are at once mitigated by the Pills. DiarrlneA,
constipation, headache, physical prostration, nervous tie
iiiors, hut flushes, «[ia-ms, affect ions of the kidneys. hernor
roids or plies, and. in fact, all internal complaint*. fr,;iu
whatever cause arising, give way In-fore the salutary Influence
of thi#extraordinary remedy. As a specific f>»r dyapepsig.
and the di.-orders connected with it, or growing out of if. the
pills are always to Ih* relied on when every other medicine
and mode of treatment has utterly failed.
HOLLOWAY'S PIUS ARE THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN IN
THE WORLD FOR THE FOLLOWING DISEASES >
Asthma. Dowel Complaints, Coughs. Colds. Chest Diseases,
Costivcncss, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea. Dropsy, Debility, Fever
and Ague. Female Complaints. Headache, Itnlijwstioii, In
fluenza, InflainmatioD. Inward WeaJcnssu. Liver Complaints,
Lowness of Spirits. Piles. Stone and Gravel. Secondary
Symptoms, Venereal Affections, Worms of all kinds.
Cantio n Z
If the reader of this *• notice-” cannot get a box of Pills
or Ointment from the drug store in hi* place, let bint write
to me, enclosing the amount, and 1 will mail a 1> »x free of ex
pense. Many dealer* will not keep my medicine on hand be
cause they canaot nuke as much profit as on other persons’
None arc genuine unless the' word* “ Ifdlmray. Xw Vari
ant I Jyindnu.” are discernahle a Water-marl: in every leaf
of the book of directioiLS around «ueb box.; the rune may be
plainly sr*m by Ivldimj tin Itaf V the lif/hL A handsome
reward will given to any one ret. Wring such information
a* may lead to the detection of any party or parties counter
fcUini? th- medkioesor rending the aoine, knowing tbtai to
•»* Sold at she mono factory uf Pr.fueeor UOU.OIVAY. SO
Maiden Une. Now York, and by all respectable Dni-jti t,
and Dealer, in Medicine thruughont tho United Staten and
the civilized world, In bore, at 35 cents, 88 cent,, and $1 40
There ia a Considerable saving by taking the large
copt op tut; report of the committee op
AWARDS AT THE FAIR OF THE
New York, 1863.
To the FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE CO.
for tii'e best family sewiko machine.
HIGHEST PREMIUM! GOLD MEDAL I
1— Its simplicity and great range of work.
2 The Eeversible Feed Motion.
3 The perfect finish and snbstantial manner
in which the Machine is made.
4 The rapidity of its working and the qual
ity of "the work done.
5 The Self-adjusting Tension.
rap u FLORENCE’’ WAS AWARDED the FIRST
, M, hjoukst jtiemhm at the state fair
or r-UIf'ORXIA. THE OXLY FAIR o.\ THE l‘A
<■ll.Tr COAST AT WHICH .I.Vf TWO UOCJILK
THU FI V SK IT/.VG - M Ai 7/ INFS WKIi EFAHHi I T~
MV IN CO MT FT IT lON IN IStj.
The FLORENCE received the only pre
mium awarded by the Mechanics Institute, of
San Francisco, in 1804 and 1805, to any Sewing
Machine, Sewing Machine Co., or agent. The
claim of a competitor to a medal is without any
Wherever the FLORENCE has been bro’t
in competition with other Sewing Machines, it
Ims always been declared the best. It is the
most simple, the most substantial, the most clli
cient, and its use is easily learned. Lxery Ma
chine sold is guaranteed in the full sense of the
word. Send for circulars and samples 0/ work.
SAMUEL HILL, General Agent,
111 Montgomery afreet,
DR. CHAS. H. TOZER'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
N. E. corner Jackson anil Kearney
streets. San Francisco.
EST MH.TPHr.D TV THE CITY (IF SACRAMENTO IN H 52,
AND REMOVED To SAN FRANCISCO IN I*B*. FOR
THE EXPRESS PURPOSE OF AKFOUDINO AN ASY-
I.UM T i THOSE AFFLICTED WITH CHRONIC AND
VENEUIAT. DISEASES. AND FOR THE
SUPPRESSION OF QUACKERY I
To tlie —DU. TOZER, IN
returning thanks to his patients and friends in
the country, would most respectfully inform them
that lie can be found as usual, at his Institute,
N. E. corner «.f Jackson and Kearney streets, de
voting liis time and attention particularly to the
following Diseases, viz : Syphilis in all its vari
ous forms. Gonorrhoea, (Meet, Stricture of the
Urethra, Nocturnal Emissions, Sexual Debility,
Diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, etc., etc.
Erom hi? long experience and extensive practice,
he can warrant a perfect cure in all of the above
No deleterious drugs used in my practice. My
charges are moderate and my treatment to my
patients D always honorable. The utmost sccrcsy
observed in all cases.
Should you he afflicted with any of the follow
ing symptoms, such us Weakness of the Back and
Limbs, I’ain 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. Tozcr at once, and he
will restore you to perfect health.
When yon arc afflicted with weakness of the
back and limbs, headache. loss of muscular pow
er, pnWitation 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
yon will receive particular attention. Let no
false delicacy prcxmit yon, but apply at once,
and save yourselves from painful suffering and
My rooms arc so arranged that there is no
danger of exposure or of meeting any one except
Patients of either sex. resi ling 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 eases 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 lcll"r—FßEE,
jjjtui Cures in all cases guaranteed. Address
DP.. CHARLES 11. TOZER,
20.1 v. San Francisco, Cat.
News-Dealers and Book-Sellers,
READ AND REMEMBER!
PACKS AND FORWARDS ALL THE DAILY
and Weekly Newspapers. Magazines, etc., to
all parts of the country, with great dispatch.
I SELL AT PRICES
That Defy Competition!
EVERY NEW NOVEL RECEIVED AS SOON
I have made special arrangements with all the
different publishers, stationers, etc., and furnish
the Trade with
Blank Books, Music, Portraits, Prints, Medals
Song Books in Great Variety.
I have uncqnaled facilities, and guarantee deal
ers the closest attention. Send for a price list,
and give me a trial.
c JOHN STRATMAN,
With full complement of Stars ! printed on Mus
lin do 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.
Of ALL SIZES, from GO cents lo $1 per foot.
mm BADGES A\D PI\S!
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Major First California Artillery.
Empire News Depot, north-east corner of Wash
ington and Sansome, San Francisco.
CALIFORNIA STAGE COMPANY.
STAfIES LEAVE WEAVER YULE FOR
Shaft*, Red HlnlT, Tehama, Chico, Oruville,
Maryavillfl. Skcnnientoand other p°int* Ea*t
and South, and Trinity Center. CallaJuuTu, Yreka, Jackson
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TUESDAY THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
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