OCR Interpretation


Weekly Trinity journal. (Weaverville, Calif.) 1857-1972, July 14, 1866, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside; Riverside, CA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85025202/1866-07-14/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

WEEKLV TRINITY JOURNAL.
Court Term* la Trial!}-,
ntttrirl Court— Hon. Epbraim Outer. Jo«i*» ; A. J.
L*-n 'Ujia. clerk, second Monday in April, August and De
cembtr.
County Court —Hon. John Morphy, Jnd*e ; A. J. Loo
mi* r lerk. Find Monday in January, March, May, July. Sep
ifinU r and November.
J*rola|jr Court* — Hon. John Morphy, Judge; A. J. Loo
mis. cleik. Fourth Monday in each month.
Bomrd of Bup*rr4»or», — A. O. Price, chairman: S. R.
Short and H. N Davidson. First Monday in February, May,
August and November.
attention will l.e paid to communications sent for
publication in the Journal unlearn they are accompanied by
the real name of the author. This »« merely required to guard
us airain«t imjwadtion.
Voct Home I’aper.— The lowa Staff Keyultr
refers to the influence of your home paper, anil
to those who grumble at it as follows: —“ tou
don't like it, eli. Perhaps you don't ! Vou say
it isn't interesting, and all that. Well, sir, what
ever your private opinion of the Rrytttrr may be,
it has helped to build up this city more than any
other instrumentality of which you can make
mention ! Why. bless your dumb soul, and may
the Lotd look pitifully on the peculiarities of
your narrow structure I —Don't you know that
many of the most solid and prosperous business
men of Des Moines, have been brought here by
descriptions of the attractiveness ot Central lo
wa which they saw in the State Itegiater f Don t
you know*, yon poor cock-eyed son of a gun, that
numbers of the daily and weekly Slate UeijififT'.
containing truthful and comprehensive views ot
the situation, out west, have gone into every
Eastern Stale, an.l have induced many men of
mean*, and of solid personal worth, as well as
of political soundness, to pull up their Eastern
residences by the routs, and transfer their entire
interests to Des Moines? You don’t know this,
eh 7 Don't? Go thy way. old critic, and learn
lo appreciate the value of printer’s ink ! Thy
head is unsound, and it swingclh crookedly on
thy neck. Thy ways arc perverse, and thy un
derstanding, of which thou hast biU a small
share, can he sounded, and punched through by
a half-inch plummet. Men of business, and of
intelligence, men whose souls have not been
drawn out of them by the capillary attraction of
ignorance and small fisted meanness, compre
hend the value of a journal which describes the
advantages of their homes, and stirs up the pop
ulations of the East with the long pole of immi
gration ! Let the Register drop out of existence |
as the exponent of local interests, and some very
fat takes in business matters among our readers j
wouldn’t be worth two cents on the hundred j
dollars ! (let out, old stick-in-the-mud, and I
learn sense before it shall be everlastingly too |
late !”
ftci.ES pun Health —* la Dr. H all. — Never go j
to bed with your feet sticking out of the window, 1
particularly w hen it is raining or freezing.
More than three pig’s feet and half a mince
pie, eaten nl midnight, will not generally cause
the consumer to dream of no iris, paradise, ac
commodating hankers and ether good things ;
at least they are not apt to do so.
Never stand in the rain-barrel all night ; it
will check perspiration, and spoils the rain wa
ter for washing purposes.
Never spank yonr children with a handsaw,
or box their ears with the sharp edge of a hatch
et, as it is apt to affect the brain.
To enlarge the muscles of the arms and legs,
climbing up and down the chimney (especially
if the house is a four-story one) three or four
times before breakfast, is a cheap exercise and
gives a voracious appetite.
Ear-ache in children is a common and vexa
tious complaint. To cure it at once, bore a hole
in the tympanum with a gimlet, and pour in oil
and tilings. If the child keeps on crying, bore
all the way through to the other ear.
Corns may be easily cured. The most tortur
ing corn can at once be extirpated as follows ;
Take a sharp knife, and find the joint of the toe
whereupon the corn resides ; insert the knife in
the articulation, pry off the toe and throw it to
the dogs. It will never return to you unless the
dog brings it in his mouth. (Patent applied for.)
The habit of drinking can be cured by giving
the drinkers all the liquor they want to drink all
the time. We know of two in our own experi
ence who were cured iu three weeks. Onejnmp
ed out of a fourth-story window, and ran a curb
stone into his head. The other didn’t get up
one morning, and has now a universal curb-stone
growing over his bead in the graveyard.
Tailors ami Tinkers.—Secretary McCullough
waxed facetious the other night on the subject of
Constitution-tinkers. Said he to the brass band
which serenaded him :—“ It was once said, I
think by John Randolph, that of all the tinkers,
the Constitution-linkers were the most deprecs
ted. (Cheers.) If the old man could rise from
his grave, what would he say to the present Con
gress, in which every third man. at least, is u
constitution-tinker?' Some one has been at
tbe trouble to look over old Congressional rec
ords a little, and lias ascertained that Andrew
Johnson, while a member of tbe House of Rep
resentatives. proposed nine distinct amendments ;
to the Constitution during a single session.— :
Good morning, tinker.— St. Pant (Minn.) Press. I
Da. Warkkn llkaiin From. — We find the fol- j
lowing interesting account of an absconding State j
official, in the Stockton Independent of June 27th : '
“ We were yesterday shown a private letter re
ceived by a gentleman in this city from an old j
friend and former resident of Stockton, now re- !
siding in Memphis, Tennessee, from which we
learn ihat Dr. Warren, at one lime Controller of
this State, has been employing his time of late
in peddling, through the streets of that city,
portraits of prominent Rebels, living and dead. ;
This intelligence will not probably astonish those
best acquainted with the individual in question.'’
Some of our Copperhead exchanges are very i
indignant over tbe bill which passed the Tennes
see Legislature, some time ago, disfranchising
tbe rebels of that State. “It strikes us. - ’ says
tbe Stockton
would not disfranchise a rebel and a traitor, is
pretty near, if not quite, a rebel and traitor
himself.” Whole communities are afflicted with
the same way of thinking.”
Ax Eye to Business.— Rev. E. B. Fairchild
says that while in Palestine, he met, on the banks
of" tbe Jordan, two English clergymen filling an
assortment of cans and bottles with water from
the river. The water was intended for the bap
tism of children, on their return home, and one
remarked that it would pav the expenses of his
tour to the Holy Land, as he would not baptize
a child with it for less than a £4 uote.
Govkhxok Obb, of South Carolina, has express
ed his opinion in regard to the instruction of the
freed people. He believes it is good for them
and good for the State. He says the teachers
shall be protected in the discharge of their du
ties, and that the prejudice against them and
their occupation is fast disappearing.
Osi of Sir Boyle Roche's invitations to an
Irish nobleman was rather equivocal : “ I hope,
my lord, it ever you are within a mile of hit
bouse, you 11 slay there all night.”
6REENHOOD & NEWBAUER'S
Express!
CONNECTING AX SHASTA WITH
WELLS. FARGO & CO.
WCLLSi P ARGO 4 CO.’S EXCHINGE
fun REALS U> ALL THE rHIHCIPAL ClTlfc ur TUB *
United States and Canada.
WtATerrilU, D«c. I, 1863.
<B.td.
The Integrity of the Union Party.—The ne
cessity and duty of maintaining unimpaired the
integrity and power of the Union party are set
forth in a late speech of B. W. Thompson, of In
diana, at Bedford in that State, where he is re
garded as one of the most moderate and conser
vative of the leading Union men in the
Upon the proposition to unite the conservative
union men with the copperhead party he says .
I—“ We do not intend to call in any of the Dera
ocratic party to assist in the solution ot any of
the present difficulties—such as they are —tor I
believe that the Union party is high enough, big
enough, and long enough to settle these things
within ourselves without calling upon the Cop
perheads to help us. We are a parly whose at
tachment to the Constitution creates an inveter
ate antagonism to Copperheadism. and we say
to our friends at Washington, especially to tho«e
who would form a new party, if you are deter
mined that we should choose between Radical
ism and Copperheadism. I fear there is danger of
making radicals of ns all, I believe I could live
under radicalism, but I think not under Copper
headism. If our men at Washington will look
to the people, there will he no difficulty upon
these questions at all. There will be no Congress
party and no President party, I am for Congress
whenever Congress is right, and I am for the
President whenever he is right, but I will not go
one step with either Congress or President to
ward the embraces of Copperheadism. That is
how we feel about it here. In that I nioti party
I will stand side by side with the radicals or any
body else ready to make common cause against
the secessionists of the South or their allies of
the North.”
THE EYES! THE EYES !
DR; E. 11. PARDEE,
OCI T LIST AND AURIST.
i FTER A PROTRACTED BLINDNESS OF
/\ more than five years. Dr. Pardee has made
himself thoroughly and scientifically acquaint
ed with all diseases of the Kye, and is now prar
tit-in? 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 sate 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 lor treatment and opera
tions. from New York and Boston, almost month
ly. Many patients can be seen at the Doctor’s
office daily, in different stages of recovery.
Office— 767 Clay street, (above the Plaza)
near Dupont street. 11.ly.
Pacific Coast Business Directory,
tor
Price—FlVE DOLLARS,
Payable on delivery of the Work, containing the
Names, Business and Address of all Merchants.
Manufacturers, and Professional men in the
States of CALIFORNIA, OREGON and NEVA
DA. and the Territories of WASHINGTON, IDA
HO and MONTANA.
ALSO, LISTS OF THE
COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTURAL, MANUFACTURING, MIN
ING, PETROLEUM, RAILROAD, TE'EGRAPH, BANK
ING AND INSURANCE COMPANIES,
In operation at the present time in the above
States and Territories ; to which will be added
such other items of Information as will render
the work a
VALUABLE AND RELIABLE MEDIUM OF REFERENCE.
The compiler would stale that it will he his aim
to present a work of practical utility to all who
are interested in the development of the resour
ces of the Pacific const.
HENRY O. LANGLEY, Publisher.
S. D. Whittaker. Agent for Trinity county. 21.
A New Place
SPEXD MOAEV TO ADYAVTAGE!
A. HEALEY,
Exchange Building, Main Street,
(adjoining Miner*' Hotel,)
HAS JI'ST received:
FINE HAVANA CIGARS!
TWENTY BRANDS OF
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO!
Holiday Confectionery!
IS GREAT VARIETY,
Shelf Groceries, Wines, Fruits, Nuts,
Etc., Etc. FRESH EGGS always on band.
Orders from the country promptly filled,
and all Goods sold at the lowest market prices.
Try me. and sec ! A. HEALEY .
Weaverville, Dec. 8, 1865. 48.t0.
QUEENHOOD & NEWBADER,
BANKERS.
Highest Price paid for Gold Dust!
ADVANCES
Made on Gold Dust for Assay, or Coinage at
the U. S. Mint, and a
GENERAL BAXKIXG BUSIXESS
transacted.
ggyf-We have one of the largest
FIRE - PROOF SAFES
In California, and are prepared to take SPE
CIAL DEPOSITS on reasonable terms.
Weaverville, Dec. 1, 1863. 48.td.
EXPRESS and PASSENGER LINE
bktweks
SORTII FORK. WEAVERVILLE
and Dougins City.
ON AND AFTER FRIDAY, MAY 4TH. THE
undersigned will run a semi-weekly Passcn
.ger and Express line between the above points,
leaving North Fork every Monday and Friday,
and Douglas City on Tuesday aud Saturday.—
Leaves SortlrFork at 7 o'clock, and Douglas Ci
ty at 8 o’clock, a. X.
Passengers, freight and packages carried, and
a general Express business transacted.
ALEX. TINSLEY.
North Fork, May 1, 1866. 17.tf.
Book, and Job Printing
Of every description done in a superior manner
A»9 AT UIIORIU rtfOM.
E. L. STRAUSS,
(Succewor to Wm. Baehr.)
Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler,
MAIN eTMTKM, ADJOINING TILEGEiPh OFTICE.
O
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
a select stock of
■j
_ CLOCKS, WATCHES!
JEWELRY, SPECTACLES,
Silver Ware, Quartz Jewelry. Etc. Repairing of
all kinds done at short notice and moderate pri
ces. Give me a call. E. L. STRAUSS.
Weaverville, July 15, 18C5. 27.t0.
FEES.
IT IS A STANDING RULE
That all persons having
transactions with the undersigned must pay
the necessary
Fees in Advance
jjgyThis rule will in no case be departed from.
A. J. LOOMIS, Clerk and Recorder.
Weaverville, Aug. 1. 18(>5. 30.t0.
THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH!
Every Man His Own Physician!
-V A'
; 'la n
\m
HOLLOWAY’S PILLS!
HOLLOWAYS JjINTMENT.
Diaordera of the Stomachy Liter and Botrelt.
Ttie Stomach is the great center which influences the health
or disease of the *y*tem—abused «»r debilitated by excens —
indirection, offensive breath and physical prostration arc the
natural consequences. Allied to the brain it is the source of
headaches, mental depression, nervous complaint* and unre
fres'iing sleep. The Liver becomes affected and generates
bilious disorders pains in the side Ac. The Dowels sympa
thise by (Vstiveness Diarrhoea and Dysentery. The princi
pal action of these Pills is on the stomach, and the liver,
lungs bowels and kidneys participate in their recuperative
and regenerative operation.
JEryaipelaa and Salt Rheum•
Are two of the most common and virulent disorders preva
lent on this continent. To these the Ointment is especially
antagonistic. Its " nuxlu* rperandi” is first to eradicate the
venom and then complete the cure.
Rad Old Sorea and l/leera•
fa«es of many years’ st««nd ; mr that have pertinaciously re
fn«ed to y’eld to anv other remedy nr treatment, have invnri
bly succumbed to a few applications of this powerful unguent.
Erupt lona on the Shin,
Arising from a bad state of the blood or chronic diseases,
are eradicated and a clear and transparent surface regained
bv the restorative action of this Ointment. It surpasses ma
ny of the cosmetics and other toilet appliances in its power
to dispel rashes and other disfigurements of the face.
J'emnle I’omplalnta,
Whether in the young or old. married or sing!*-, at the dawn
of Womanhood, or tin- turn of life, these tonic medicine-dis
play so dc ided an influence that a marked improvement is
soon percept able in the health of the patient. Being a pure
ly vegetable preparation, they are a safe and reliable remedy
for all c’a«scs of Females in every condition of health and
station of life.
Pilea and Plntula.

Every form and feature of these prevalent and stubborn
disorders is eradicated locally and entirely bv the use of this
emolient : warm fomentations should precede its application.
It* healing qualities will be found to be thorough and in
variable.
BOTH THE OTA’TMFNT A V D THE PTLL« SHOULD BK
USED IN THE FOLLOWING CASES:
Bunions.
Bm us.
Chapped Hands.
Chilblains,
Fistula,
flout.
Lumbago.
Mercurial Erupt's
Venerial
Piles.
rheumatism,
PingWf rm.
Salt Hbeum,
Scald*.
Skin Diseases.
Swelled Glands,
Sore Legs,
Sore Breasts,
Sore Heads.
Sore Throats.
Sores of all kinds.
Sprain*.
Stiff Joints,
Tetter,
Ulcers,
Sores, Wounds of all kinds.
O
r AUTION !—NONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS THE
Word* H I.I.OWAV. NEW York PpL'VP n.” are discernahle
a* a Water-mark in everv leaf of the book of directions a
ronnd each pot or h \ : the same may be plainlv seen by
hnhhvff t' f lea fto the light. A handsome reward will he giv
en to any one rendering such information n* mav lead to the
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting the medicines
or vending the same, knowing them to be spurious.
*** Sold at the manufactory of Professor Holloway. SO Mai
den Lane VewVmk and bv all re*|a»rtah|e Druggists and
Dealers in Medicine throughout the civilized world.
nUThere is considerable saving by taking the larger sizes,
yp. Directions for the guidance of patients in every dis
order are affixed to each pot and box.
» Dealers in mv well-known medicines can have Show
lTCirculars. Ac., sent FREE "F EXPENSE, by address
rhornas Holloway. SO Maiden Lane. N. V. jlo.ly.
i -
A. S. HALLIDIE & CO.,
WIRE ROPE MANUFACTURERS,
.Vo. 412 Clay Street,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Mining companies and others using rope,
are informed that Wire Pope is STRONGER. MORE
DURABLE AND VERY MUCH CHEAPER than any other
kind of Rope and it is not affected hy atmospheric changes.
We manufacture «l every length and size.
ROUND WIRE ROPE,
of IRON and STEEL. f--r Hoi-ring purposes, FERRY ROPES
and DERRICK GUYS.
STEEL WIRE ROPE
for Small Gear, and for
Derrick Fall Hopes,
Very Durable and Light, with suitable Blocks.
FLAT WIRE ROPE,
for hoisting from Mines. SMALL SIZES for Pump Belts.
GALVANIZED IRON WIRE ROPE,
FOR ST tYS AND 01Y - ;
Iron and Copper Wire Cord,
for banging Window Sashes —Signal Cords. Ac.
We would refer to the many Companies who are using
our liupen. throughout Calitorma and the adjoining States.
J.i-l ol puces Mitli ellengths. etc., lot warded oU application
to the luauulactuiers, or to
TANNIN & OWENS,
3V.om.it. Agents, Weaverville.
HAPPINESS OR MISERY!
THAT IS THE QUESTION.
The proprietors of the pacific
MUSEUM OF ANATOMY AND SCIENCE”
have determined, regardless of expense, fc issue
FREE (for tbe benelit 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 Depression. 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 invaluableLeclures have been the means
of enlightening aud saving thousands, and will
be forwarded FREE on receipt of Twenty-five
Cents in postage stajnps, by addressing “ Secre
tary Pacific Museum of Anatomy and Science,”
EUREKA THEATER, Montgomery street, San
Francisco.
Letters to be sent through Wells, Fargo
£ Co. 9vlo.ljr.is.
HOUSE AND UR FOR SALEr
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS TO
a s='( sell his private residence on Center street,
—with or without the furniture— cheap
for cash. C. E. WILLIAMS.
Weaverville. Oct. 10 1865. 40.t0.
professional Cadet.
JOHS V . BURCH,
•M ti orn a y mi lew
OFFICE, - - - EDGECOMB'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
SO. 1, SECOND s-TjKJ.
Weaverville, Oct. 1, 1863. 384tf.
JOHN MORPHY,
COUNTY JUDGE.
—OFFICE, —
Horktr'a Building-, Court Strati, {up atmira,
24. WEAVERVILLE. VB.
WILLIAMS & FELTER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE,
MAIN STREET. EAST SIDE. TWO DOORS FROM CORN ER,
40. (old teleobafb office.) 14.
EGBERT P. ALLEN,
District Attorney
AND
ATTORNEY_AT LAW.
OFFICE IX THE
NEW COURT HOUSE—up stairs.
Civil suits ami law business of whatever na
ture, attended to promptly. 51. td.
gr. g. Thomas.
OFFICE AND HESIDENCR,
CORNER COURT and CENTER STREETS,
(NEARLY OPPOSITF UNION HOTEL.)
32-10.
" DR. WM. WILSON ~
County Physlelim.
OFFICE-MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE.
opposite McCain t co.;s store.
TtF.MCENre :
45. Taylor street—late residence of 11. (Ireenhood. 10.
11. M. CHAINCEY, M. D. •
—OFFICE AT in'?—
RESIDENCE,
COURT STREET.
Weaverville, Oct. 1, 1863. 38. id.
Dr. TODD,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucher.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
Court Street, Weaverville.
ffcaY*immediate attention paid to all calls from
a distance — day or. night. The poor attended
gratuitously. IT.to.
FRENCH AND GERMAN SPOKEN. “S«
DR. J. C. MONTAGUE,
Physician and Surgeon.
OFFICE at the
Fisher House, - Junction Ky-
Junction City, March 1. 1865. 8..1m*.
DR. 0. J- GATES,.
Surgeon ami Mechanical Dentist.
OFFICE,
Hooker’s Building, Second Story.
Having returned-to Weaverville to locate,
he is now prepared to perforin, skillfully, all op
erations in his profession. ARTIFICIAL TKETH
inserted in Gold, Silver and Vulcanite- 15.
EDWARD P. LOVEJOY,
JUSTICE OE THE PEACE.
—OFFICE, —
ADJOIN INI* UNION HOTEL,
(lately occnpieii by Justice Bums.)
DEEDS DRAWN AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TAKEN.
40— v 10— to.
A. It. EARL,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
Office, - at Kelton & Kellogg’s Store.
DOUGLAS CITY.
Deeds drawn, and acknowledgments ta
ken. 22.tf.
11,000 !
EARLY 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
M A C 111 X KS,
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 I
•Just Received Z
*3“ CALL AND EXAMINE THEM,
OR SEND FOR A CIRCULAR.
J. H. HAYDEN, Agent,
Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento sts.,
B.to. SAN FRANCISCO.
$2OO REWARD!
THE PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BAX FRANCISCO, WILL PAT
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 coumv.
H. OREENHOOD,
Resident Agent.
Weaverville. Nor. 25, 18«4. <6 to.
FLORENCE
SEWING MACHINES!
COPT OF THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OP
AWARDS AT THE FAIR OF THE
AMERICAN INSTITUTE,
New York, 1863.
To the FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE 00.
FOR THE BEST FAMILY" SEWING MACHINE.
HIGHEST PREMIUM! GOLD MEDAL I
KKJSOjy’S:
1— Its simplicity and great range of work.
2 The Reversible Feed Motion.
3 The perfect finish and substantial 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.
THE “ FLORENCE” WAS AWARDED the FIRST
AXD HHIHEST I‘REMir.V AT THE STATE FAIR
OF CALIEoRXIA THE OXLY FAIR OX THE FA
Cl EH' COAST AT UTIl'Tf A Xl’ TWO BOCHLE
THREAD SEWI.VI! MAI’HIXES WERE EXHIBIT
ED IX COMI'ETITTOX IX 18«5.
The FLORENCE received the only pre
mi uni 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
foundation whatever.
Wherever the FLORENCE has been hro’t
in competition with other Sewing Machines, it
has always been declared the best. It is the
most simple, the most substantial, the most etfi
cient. and its use is easily learned. Every Ma
chine sold is guaranteed in the full sense of the
word. Send for circulars and samples of tcork.
SAMUEL HILL, General Agent,
111 Montgomery street,
' 12.t00. SAN FRANCISCO.
OR. CHAS. H. TOZER’S
PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
X. E. corner JucUhoii and Kearney
KtrcetK, San FrnncUco.
ESTABLISHED IN TI!K CITY OF SACRAMENTO IN 1*52,
AM) REMOVED TO SAN FRANCISCO IN I*«2. FOR
THE EXPRESS PI'RPOSK OF AFFORf»TNO AN ASY
LUM TO TljosK AFFLICTED WITH CHRONIC AND
VENERIAL DISEASES. AND FOR THE
SUPPRESSION OF QUACKERY 1
To the Aniiclt'd.— Dß TOZER. IN
returning’ tliuiks to his patients and friends in
the country, would most respectfully inform them
that he ran hr found ns iisiirl. at his Institute,
N. E. corner ,#f 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 utmostsecresy
observed in all cases.
SEMINAL WEAKNESS.
Should you he afflicted with any of the follow
ing symptoms. such ns Weakness of the Back and
Limbs, Pain in the Heart, 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 lie
will restore you to perfect health.
TO FEMALES.
When you are afflicted with weakness of the
hack and limbs, headache, loss of muscular pow
er. pal dtation 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 arranued 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 nil 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—FßEE.
C urcs in all ens,*s 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 PRICES
That Defy Competition!
EVERY NEW NOVEL RECEIVED AS SOON
AS PUBLISHED.
I hare made special arrangements with all the
different publishers, stationers, etc., and furnish
the Trade with
BOOKS, STATIONERY,
Blank Books, Music, Portraits, Prints, Medals
MELAINOTVPES, etc.
Song Books in Great Variety.
I have nnequaled facilities, and guarantee deal
ers the closest attention. Send for a price list,
and give me a trial.
JOHN STRATMAN,
SAN FRANCISCO.
americaF FLAGS!
With full complement of Stars ! 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 feel $5 per dozen.
Size, 42 inches $lO per dozen.
also
Bunting Flags!
Of ALL SIZES, from GO cent* to $1 per foot.
IMO\ BADGES AM) Pl\S!
IN GREAT VARIETY.
J. STEATMAN,
Major First California Artillery.
Empire News Depot, north-cast corner of Wash
ington and Sansome. San Francisco.
~' ' ALBERT BOWLER,
CONSTABLE.
Office—corner Court and Taylor streets, I
opposite Norcross’ Ambrotype room's.
Bills Collected,
and all business entrusted to him promptly at
tended to. WM.
PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE!
ESTABLISHED BY
I>r, J. C. YOUNG,
IN 1850, FOR THE CURE OF PRIVATE DISEASES OP
WHATEVER NATURE, AND
A I>l< FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
CONSULTING OFFICE :
636 Washington Street,
SECOND BUILDING BELOW MOXTOOMIRT.
Bam FrmmeUra, - CmHfrntm.
NO CURE, NO PAY !
Cnnrottutioii by letter or otherwise. FREE. For di
rection of letters, see below.
THIS CELEBRATED INSTITUTE HAS EN
jovcii on this coast an uninterrupted success
of fourteen tears, and has become one of the
renowned Hospitals of the ape. What the cele
brated Lock Hospital is to London, and the no
less renowned establishment of Ricord to Paris,
this Institute ha? become to the Pacific Coast.—,
The thousands annually received and cured placo
it in point of number of patients amonp the
very first of the world, and the success of ita
treatment ranks it second to none.
PRIVATE DISEASES IN MALES and HU
REGULARITIES IN FEMALES arc the -treat
destroyers of health. They insidnonsly attack
the system and gradually undermine and destroy
it; they drive the bloom from the cheek, the
lustre from the eye, the strenpth and vipnr from
the frame ; they give to the world puny and
diseased offsprfng, and poison, through success
sit e generations of the race of man. The marks
can he seen in Scrofula, Consumption. ( ripples,
the Idiotic, the Paralytic, the Insane, etc.
There is no more terrible scourge to the human
race than those diseases arising from the con
lamination of Venerial Poison. The mil-test
forms, hv retreating to the blond, hold e'er o'er
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 a* the mnnt fatal medi
cal ennuy to man , combining with tho \ onerial
doubles his dangers. Those who have been
treated with that pernicious mineral poi*nn 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 tho 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. WIIKX PERFECT
CURES can he obtained hv consulting • physi
cian whom long practice and thorough investi
gation into causes of DISEASES of the I’RINA
RV OR(JA\S enables to determine at once the
nature of the disease.
In all diseases entniste 1 to the Doctor’s care,
PERFECT, SPEEDY and PERMANENT
Ciirev are Always Giiai-aiilerd,
In Syphilis and its adjuncts; Gonorrhoea and its
accompanying diseases; all disorders of tho
Bladder, Kidneys and prostrate : Seminal Weak
ness ; Diseases of the Heart and Lungs : Dys
pepsia ; Indigestion, Impotence : Insrpient Con
sumption. and nil diseases of the urinary organs,
in either sex, cure always warranted, OR NO
PAY REQUIRED at the PRIVATE
Medical Institute,
No. 540 Washington street. Son Francisco. Cal.
Seminal Weakness or Spkbmatorbhiea.— The
young man who experiences that growing weak
ness in his muscular ami-mental organization
should stop to consider whence it arises. He
will find in the weakness of the hack, 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 laeivions
dreams accompanied by growing deafness, loss
of muscular power, and numerous other svmp
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 manhood, brings to such a one no hope
of cure, but adds to his misery that the on- who
looks to him for so much of happiness, is a vic
tim of his evil, and an innocent comp nion of
his punishment. He adds to his misery and dis
order until hope leaves 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 ot the disease.—
Those who have become the victims of solitary
vices, that dreadful, fascinating and destructive
habit, which fills thousands of sick rooms w ith
paralytics and consumptives, and hnjidreds 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. inf/, nut hin
drance from business, change of diet, or fear of
exposure.
Do not forget the address. See below.
Important to Female*.
When a female is in trouble or afflicted with
d .sease, and requires medical or surgical assist
ance, the inquiry should he. 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 ha*
bjgm a PROFESSOR OF OBSTETRICS AND
FEMALE DISEASES for twenty years, and is
jnlly qualified to administer in all caseS, both,
medically and surgically, not in a superficial
manner, hut 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. All in affliction can find
in him one who can feei 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 1 Ol’Nfl, have now obtained a most extend
ed popularity, and are correctly viewed to lie the
safest and surest remedies for the complaints
for which they are applied. The constantly ac
cruing testimonials ot their efficacy declare them
to tie pre-eminently superior iti their action.
No lady should he without these Renovating
Agents. 6
None genuine unless procured at this office.
Sent by Mail or Express, to aov part of the
State. THE GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE •
PREVENTIVE POWDERS FOR MARRIED LA
DIES. New, Safe and Infallible, lasting from
four to six months. Price $lO. FRENCH LC
NAR, OR FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. For
suppressions. After fifty years of use these pills
stand unrivalled in efficacy. Price $3 per box.
—To CorreapondentM
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. JOSSELYS, M. D. [stamp]
536 Washington street,
Box, 735, P. 0., Pan Francisco, Cal. 17.1 y

xml | txt