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WEEKLY TRINITY JOURNAL.
Dangers to the Throne* from War. * * * We have much to hope from the strong disposition of the greater part of Europe for peace. Of the temper of the Germans it is unnecessary to speak, and the French are scarce ly less unwilling to see war again break out. A gre >t and gradual change in their character has long been in progress, and the nation which for so many years was the terror of Europe, is now —as a nation—devoted to the pursuits of peace. The finance of the empire has given almost eve ry individual an interest in the Imperial fund, and railway and other stocks are held very large ly by every class of the population. The sav ings of every one, whether tradesman, artisan or peasant, have been imperiled by the fall in all kinds of securities since the first rumors of war. The people see with apprehension the interrup tion of coinmerceandcommunicatiou ; the cause of Italy has never been so popular as might have been expected from a past alliance and the re membrance of common victories, and Prussia has never recovered in France the memories of 1614 and 1815. The Emperor Napoleon, too, as well as the other sovereigns of the continent generally, may well see with concern the dimensions and the direction w hich this conflict is taking. The Ital ian Government has called popular enthusiasm to its aid, and in continental parlance, allied it self with the revolution. The King of Prussia is talking about universal suffrage, and a radi cal reform of the German Constitution. What may be the relations of the Austrian Emperor toward his less well affected and non-German provinces, three months after the outbreak of the war. is as yet hidden in flic future. But there is a feeling that this war, if once begun, will as sume a revolutionary character. If these mil lions of men meet in conflict, thrones will not remain where they arc—German, Italian,Magyar, Czech and Pole will be moved as they never were before. Such convulsions may be inevitable in the progress of nations, but they are not pleas ing to Emperors and Kings. The position (be masses have taken in these countries, the intense interest of.all classes, the enthusiasm of one country, the indignation of another, and the proof w hich has bccji given that if the sover eigns raise a tempest they will not be able to lay it, must have its effect upon every wise ruler, however exalted his rank and extensive his pow er.—London Time*. A Thrilli.no Incident —Some western jour nal relates the following touching story :—“ Re turning from a visit to New Orleans, wc were fortunate enough to serilre passage on a line steamer with hut few passengers. Among the ladies, one especially interested us. She was the widow of a wealthy planter, and was return ing wilh only one child to her father's house.— Her devotion to the child was very touching, and the eyes of the old Black nurse would fill with tears, as she besought her '‘not to love that boytoo much, or the Lord would fake him away from her.” We passed through the canal at Louisville, and stopped for a few minutes at her wharf, when the nurse, whistling to see the city, walked out on the guard at the hack of the boat, where, by a sudden effort, the child sprang from her arms into the terrible current that swept toward the falls, and disappeared immedi ately. The confusion which ensued attracted the attention of a gentleman who was sitting in the front part of the boat, quietly reading.— Rising hastily, he asked for some article the child had worn. The nurse handed him a tiny apron she had lorn off in her efforts to retain the babe in her arms. Turning to a splendid New fonndiang dog, that was eagerly watching his countenance, lie pointed first to the apron, and then to the spot where the child hud gone under. In an instant the noidc do<r leaped into the rush ing water, and he soon disappeared. By this time the excitement was intense, and some peo ple on the shore supposing that the dog was lost as well as ihe child, procured a boat and started off in search of the body. Just at this moment the dog was seen fir away wilh something in his month. Bravely he straggled with the waves, but it was evident that his strength was fast failing; and more than one breast gave n sigh of relief as the boat reached him, and it was an nounced that he had tlie child, ami it was alive. They were brought on shore—the child and dog. Giving a single glance to satisfy herself that the child was really living, the young mother rushed forward, and sinking beside the dog, threw her arms around his neck and burst into tears. Not many could view flic sight unmoved, and as she caressed and kissed his shaggy head, she looked up to bis owner and said : “0, sir, I must have this dog ! 1 am rich ; take all 1 have—everything—but give me my child’s preserver.” The gentleman smiled, and patting his dog’s bead, said : ‘•I am very glad, madam, be has been of ser vice to you, but nothing in the world could in duce rae-to part with him.” The dog looked as though he perfectly under stood what they were talking about, ami giving his sides a shake, laid himself down at his mas ter's feet with an expression in his large eyes that said plainer than words, “ No, notbiug shall part us.” A Paineil Disappointment. —The St. Louis Republican vouches for the truth of the following oily story :—“A certain Fourth street merchant was the victim of a very cruel delusion some days ago. The circumstances were as follows : The merchant and his wife had for weeks past been annoyed and perplexed by the imperlinencc and negligence of their servant maid. One day last week her conduct was particularly irritating and some angry words passed between the par ties. That night the girl decamped, and her breast being full of rage, she looked around for some way to gratify her revenge. .She was afraid to set the house on tire, break the furniture or steal the plate, but female ingenuity supplied her with en expedient. She look a small barrel of coal oil which stood in the kitchen and emp tied it into the well, and departed. In the morn ing our merchant arose wilh a refreshed bndv and serene soul. The fact of the servant maid » departure was soon discovered, and. as it had been anticipated, did not cause much comment. Before breakfast, the gentleman went to the well to have a cold glass of crystal water; he lowered the bucket, and having filled the glass, raised it to his lips, when he perceived it oily in appear ance and taste. Much surprised, he communica ted to his wife the fact of a singular change in the water of the well. Further investigations wore made, and at last the husband and wife came to the conclusion that a stream of petro leum was flowing into the well : in fact they had “ struck ile. ‘ ’ Dreams and visions of boundless wealth in a moment rose up before them, and the day was passed in e’xstalic contemplation.— The merchant neglected his store, and the lady her household cares. But. alas !in the evening, with darkness came light on the real facts ot the case, the barrel of oil was empty, and other signs clearly siiowed the work of the vindictive bouse maid. The reaction that followed may be imagined ; we have no heart to describe it. California Flora. —Professor A. Wood has been making a botanical tour of the Slate. In a letter describing the results of bis researches, he says ; —“ On counting up the trophies of this long assault on Flora's domain, I find specimens of fourteen hundred and ninety specimens of flowering plants now in my herbarium, strictly Californian, i. e., spontaneously growing here. How many of these are new to science cannot be known until after a thorough comparison of all the botanical publications heretofore issued by Congress, by tbe Smithsonian Institute, by the scientific societies, by the reports of foreign voy agers to these coasts, etc—a study yet awaiting my leisure at home.” Good Time.— A dispatch dated Chico, July l.th, says the Idaho stage had arrived with mail and express—through from Idaho in three days Has th* Thing Lit.—A gawky backwoods boy was once at a depot on one of the Georgia railroads, and was, of course, deeply-interested in gazing, fur the first time at the “fixins.” Finally be got inside of a car, and while in dulging bis unbounded .curiosity the whistle screamed, the bell rang, and the steam horse began to surge at the rate of 2:40. •‘Oh, Lordy," shouted the boy, “stop it, I ain’t gwine.” Bursting forward, be opened the door and jumped out ou the platform. Just then the train was crossing a deep and cadaverous looking gorge on trestle work, and seeing the earth and tree tops beneath him, he fainted and fell. Directly he came too, and looking up at the conductor who stood near him he exclaimed with a deep sigh—“Oh, Lordy, stranger, has the thing lit?” The Latest Swindling Dodoe. —The Troy Whig says ; —“ Somebody in Albany advertises in one of the evening papers that he wants a young man to act as a ‘traveling companion for a gentleman who is about to sail for Europe,’ and that ‘ applicants must inclose one dollar to pay charges.”’ The Sea Islands.—According to Gen. Stead man there arc on the Sea Islands, on the coast of South Carolina and Georgia, one hundred and forty-one valid possessory titles to land held by the Freedrnen under the order of Gen. Sherman. They encumber thirty-two plantations, and are occupied by thirty thousand freedrnen. A MODEST old maid visiting a newly-married friend recently, saw her husband's shirt on the bed and exclaimed, “ Oh, mercy ! a man’s shirt on your bed ! Such a thing on my bed would give me the nightmare !” “ Very likely," res ponded the wife, “ unless there was a man in side of it." JAS. S MtCAIN, I P. McCLURE, San Francisco. | M'eaverville. J. S. McCain & Co, —WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY-GOODS AND CLOTHING, CROCKERY, ITaixlware, l^aints AND OILS, GROCERIES Wines and Liquors, Cotton Ducks and Twines, from G to 10-0, Rubber Coats, Pants and Boots Ockolsk Codfish. Mackerel, Salmon CHOICE TEAS, Chinese :tn<l JapnneKe, 'n PICKLED PORK, BA con, llnms, Glassware. ' j'-Nj£s *’"P or Hiineings and PICKLED PORK, BA tre, _ * "I"-' 1 !*- v, Borders, Wind. Glass, Linseed, Sperm and Coal Oils, Wheat. Har ley and Uats, Sporting and BLASTING POWDER, And a general and well-selected assortment of Choice Family Groceries. GOODS DELIVERED Charge I i (liout Weaverville, Jan. 13, 180(1. I.to. TO INVALIDS A\ THOSE SUFFERINGS HAVE Been protracted from hidden causes and mal treatment, ami who require prompt relief to render existence desirable. Dr. J. PERU AULT, GRADUATE OF Giieen’n College, hoes to inform patients and others seeking medical advice that he may he consulted personally or by letter in all ca nes of Nervous and Physical Debility, and the various disorders arising from sedenta ry habits excess, accident or climate, from 9, a. m. to 12, M., 4ft 1 from 2 to 8, p. m„ at his office. Armory Rudding. northeast corner Mont gomery and Sacramento streets, Rooms Nos. 9, 10 and 11. first floor up stairs. Entrance on either Montgomery or Sacramento streets. NO APOLOGY SEEMS REQUISITE for offer ing to the public an advertisement of this kind, f r it is universally acknowledged that the treatment of these particular diseases consti lutes a branch of medicine which has NEVER been sufficiently cultivated, in consequence of the fastidiousness of the profession, who have abandoned these specialities to the care of unqiiallfltd practi tioners. There exists here no power to repress the im pudence and effrontery of men who arc totally incompe tent to perforin the duties of their so-called medical practice, thereby inflicting miseries to a degree unparalleled in any other class of human disorders. The only way to remedy this evil is to call the attention of the public to a WELL IN FORMED MEMBER of the medical profession, le gally qualified, and who devotes his axclusive atten tion to diseases arising from the undue excitement of the generative organs, together with those incidental stages of acute disorder which, when neglected,, terminate in the horribly-wasting form of constitutional disorganization.— DOCTOR PFiRR.U'LT has paid the most ANX IOUS AND UNTIRING ATTENTION, for the last EIGHT YEARS, to a special branch of study, and his mod© of pr<s:ticc, suggested and improved by experience, and ex periments made through the medium of the microscope, enables him to detect the presence of semen in the urine. Me wish to impress those who have failed of relief else where. that th<-y may derive benefit from examination of the urine in cases of Seminal Emissions and Impotency.as well as in cases ..f Gravel, diseases of the Bladder and Kid and we can at once ascertain the cau»e of the pa to prepare the proper remedies for neys th ill's complaint, s<» each particular disorder, and according to each case. Patients suffering from Venerial Diseases in any stage. I’tins in the Rones. Rheumatism, or from the effects of Mercurial P* •ning. who can visit us personally, will re ffiv vin addition to our n«ual treatment. MEDICATED V A l*Ull BATHS. Without further charges. This Bath has nearly superseded all other treatment in Europe. Refer ence will be given to. several who have been cured bv this treatment, alter having tailed with others V' r .“T of J b, .'t h * ho h»»» impaired their health ana de.tro.ved the T.«..r ..f their ,nin.l, hy their own mie <■( the pleunre, of lit* art inhumed that on consulting Dr PFRRAI’I T thev " ill >l-1 frie-t *„■! » 1-hy.ici.n whVhi „„n, e«.-ry part --I the State, wl„, applied broken <l„w n in health, hut are n-w rej.-u-ir.g all that make. wr. a, man happy. References man happy, heferem-s can be given, when required in «lm -t every part uf toe State. fr..„, parliea who know , r e.core.l by l»t.. PtUUAL'LT, after in v.? n Try“„gT,^ f.-r them-, he- that they «re‘* U mt« t"e qualified practitioner Me have the latest and ™ qaaimed practitioner. Me have the latest and safest rem -lies, in Mich mode of cure as enn l,e *>btained at no other office on this Coast, in syphillis. Gonorrhea. Gleet, Stric tures. Gravel. Stone in the Bladder. Enlargement of ti.l .- -T - I*l t ...1 Tlt rrt-a t I? ..... —— .1 V ® loU* Testacies. Ulcerated Throat, B nee and Nuae, Cutane«u Eruptions. Ulcers. Abscess and other diseases dej»er„ii nK 0 inipuiities <<: the bh»od. Dr. PEKKALLT still retains the only agency in California of DE. BEIOrS FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. Their irometi-e Mir h,e e,fahli«heii their reputation a* , female remetlv nnappronched ami far in advance of .very other medicine fur and Irreeulantiee. and oth er obstruction, in tuba On the receipt of Ifn Dalian these fill- Will be sent, by mail or ejprnc. to any part ol the world, secure from curiosity or damage. Persons at a distance can lie cured at home by addresa ing a letter to Pa. J. PEKRA I LT, corner Sacramento and Montgomery streets. Ki>onis Nos. 9. Id and 11, or l>»*x 973, Post office. Francisco, stating the case as minutely as possible, general habits of living, occupation, etc- etc. All cases taken under treatment warranted. No charge for advice. No poisons or harsh medicines to injure the con stitution ; no making sick to make well. Me are honest in our dealings, frank in our opinions, and our charges will be far less than demanded by other physicians. Me invite investigation. claim not to know everything nor to cure everybody, but we do lay claim to reason and com mon sense*, and to cure eight tail of ten prom-onced incu rable. Me particularly request th**c who have tried this Doctor and that scientific Physician, boasted and advertis ed, till worn out and disc ouraged, to call upon us. It will eoat nothing, as consultations are free. 41.1yJa- Jruffssional JOHN (!. BURCH, Jtturmt y mt Xa tc OFFICE, ' • ' EDBECOMB'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET, K». 1, SECvXB «rjlt. Weaverville, Oct. 1, 1863. 38. tf. JOHN MURPHY, COUNTY JUDGE, OFFICE, Hoektr'B Building?, Court Street, (up etmire , 24. WEAVERVILLE. VB. “ WILLIAMS & FELTEX ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OFFICE, main street, east side, two doors from corner, 40. (OLD TELEGRAPH OFFICE.) td. EGBERT P. ALLEN, District Attorney —AND— ATTORNEY AT LAW. • OFFICE IS THE NEW COURT HOUSE—up stairs. Civil suits and law business of whatever na ture, attended to promptly. 51.td. Jr. J. |l. Thomas. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, CORNER COURT and CENTER STREETS, (nearly opposite cnion hotel.) 32—10. DR. WM. WILSON. County Physician. OFFICE—MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE. OPPOSITE McCAIN i CO.'S STOKE. RESIDENCE : 45. Taylor street—late residence of 11. Oreenliood. 10. 11. M. CIXAVHCEY) M. D. —OFFICE AT HIS— RESIDENCE, COURT STREET. Weaverville, Oct. 1, 1863. 38.td. Dr. TODD, Physician, Surgeon and Accoucher. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, Court Street, Weaverville. Btg“lmmediate attention paid to all calls from a distance —day or night. The poor attended gratuitously. 17.t0. FRENCH AND GERMAN SPOKEN. “SR DR. J. C. MONTAGUE, Physician mid Surgeon. OFFICE AT THE Fisher IIou»e, - Junction lly. Junction City, March 1, 1863. B.3m*. ~ DR. 0. Y- GATES, Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist. OFFICE, Hooker’* Building, Second Story XfsSg* Having returned to Weaverville to locate, lie is now prepared to perform, skillfully, nil op erations in his profession. ARTIFICIAL TEETH inserted in Gold, Silver and Vulcanite. 15. EDWARD P. LOVEJOY, JUSTICE OP THE PEACE AND NOTARY PUBLIC. —OFFICE, — ADJOINING UNION HOTEL, (lately occupied by Justice Burns.) DFKDS DRAWN AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TAKEN. 46—vlO—to. A. If. EARL, Notary Public and Conveyancer, AND JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Office, - at Kelton k Kellogg's Store. DOUGLAS CITY. Esas“ Deeds drawn, and acknowledgments ta ken. . 22.tf. 11,000 ! J EARLY ELEVEN THOUSAND OP 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 ! Just Received ! B®* CALL AND EXAMINE THEM, OR SIND FOR A CIRCULAR J. H. HAYDEN, Agent, Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento sts., B.to. SAN FRANCISCO. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. m T . HE rxD ERSIGNED OFF! Til sel] h ' s P r,vat ® residence on Cent Jui.— wllh or without the furnilur, for cash. C. E. WILL Weaverville, Oct. 10 \R6S. Book and Job Printing Of every description done in a superier manner AID AT RfAiONIIK PIICAM. FLORENCE SEWING MACHINES! COPT OF THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF AWARDS AT THE FAIR OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE, Hew York, 1865. To the FLOEENOE SEWING MACHINE 00. FOB THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. HIGHEST PREMIUM! GOLD MEDAL! mxjsmjrst 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 '\\D HIGHEST PREMIUM AT THE STATE FAIR OF CALIFORNIA. THE OXLY FAIR OX THE PA CIFIC COAST AT WHICH AX l' TWO . DOUBLE THREAD SEWIXG MACHIXES WERE EXHIBIT ED IX COMPETITION IN ISOo. The FLORENCE received the only pre mium awarded by the Mechanics’ Institute, of Sun Francisco, in 1864 and 1865, 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 bro’t in competition with* other Sewing Machines, it has always been declared the best. It is the most simple, the most substantial, the most effi 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 work. SAMUEL HILL, General Agent, 12.t00. 11l Montgomery street, SAN FRANCISCO. THE EYES ! 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 Eve, 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 reai 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-cxleosivc with his success, as patients are presenting themselves tor treatment and opera tions, from New York and Boston, almost month ly. Many patients can be seen at the Doctor’s office daily, in dillerent stages of recovery. Office—' 767 Clay street, (above the Plaza) near Dupont street. H.ly. Pacific Coast Business For IP*CSO. Directory. Price—FlVE DOLLARS, Payable on delivery of the Work, containing the Names, Business and Address of all Merchants, Manufacturers, and Professional men in the Slates 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, RAIIRPAC, TEIEGRAPH, BANK ING AND INSURANCE COMPANIES, In operation at the present time in the ahove Stales and Territories ; to which will be added such oilier items of Information as will render the work a VALUABLE AND RELIABLE MEDIUM OF REFERENCE, The compiler would state that it will be his aim to present a work of practical utility to all who are interested in the development of the resour ces of the Pacific coast. HENRY G. LANGLEY, Publisher. 8. D. Whittaker, Agent for Trinity county. 21. HAPPINESS OR MISERY! THAT IS THE QUESTION. THE PROPRIETORS OF THE 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 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 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. BST" Letters to be sent through Wells, Fargo & Co. 9vlo.ly.is. GEEENHOOD & NEWBAUER, BANKERS. Highest Price paid for Gold Dust! ADVANCES Made on Gold Dust for Assay, or Coinage at the U. S. Mint, and a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS transacted. W e have one of the largest FIRE - PROOF SAFES In California, and are prepared to take SPE CIAL DEPOSITS on reasonable terms. Weavcrville, Dec. 1, 1863. 48.td. EntablUhed In 1852. Livery Stable and Corral! Old Stand, East Side Main Street. COMSTOCK & MARTIN ARE PROVIDED WITH THE FINEST SADDLE AND CARRIAGE ANIMALS! DOUBLE AND SINGLE BUGGIES AND SA die animals, by which passenge mt will be sent to all parts of Trini county, aa well as to Klamath and Humbol counties, at reasonable hire. Horses boarded and groomed by the da week or month, at moderate charges. Weavemlie, Dec. 10, 1863 48-td. THE SCIENCE OP HEALTH! Every Man His Own Physician! k 10 HOLLOWAYS PILLS! HOLLOWAPS Itiwordere of the Stomach , Liver and Howele. The Stomach is the great center which influences the health or disease of the system —abused or debilitated by excess— indigestion, offensive breath and physical prostration are the natural consequences. Allied to the brain it is the source of headaches, mental depression, nervous complaints and unre freshing sleep. The Liter becomes aflerted and generates bilious disorders pains in the side. Ac. The Bowels sympa thise by Costiveness. Diarrhoea and Dysentery. The princi pal action of these Pills is on tlie stomach, and the liver, lungs bowels and kidneys participate in their recuperative and regenerative operation. Fryeipetaa and Salt itheum. Are two of the most common ami virulent disorders preva lent on this continent. To these the ointment is especially antagonistic. Its •• mntht* >•perandi " is first to eradicatetbe venom and then complete the cure. Bad JLe/r», Old Soree and I'lcerg. Cases of many years’ standing that have pertinaciously re fused to yield to anv other remedy or treatment, have invari bly succumbed to a few applications of this powerful unguent. KrupHonn on the Skin • Arising from a bad state of the blood or chronic diseases, are eradicated and a clear and transparent surface regained by 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 disfigurement* of the face. Female Complaintn. Whether in the young or old. married or single, at the dawn of Womanhood, or the turn of life, these tonic medicines dis play so decided an influence that a marked improvement is soon perreptable in the health of the patient. Being a pure ly vegetable preparation, they are a safe and reliable remedy for all classes of Females in every condition of health and station of life. Pile* and FVetuta, Every form and feature of these prevalent and stubborn disorders is eradicated locally and entirely by 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 OINTMENT AND THE PILES SHOULD BE USED IN THE FOLLOWING CASES: Bunions, Burns, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Fistula. Gout. Lumbago. Mercurial Empt’s Venerial Piles. Rheumatism, Pingw. rm. Salt Bbeum, Scalds. Skin Diseases. Swelled Glands, Sore Legs. Sores, Wounds of Sore Breasts, Sore Heads. Sore Throats. Sores of all kinds. Sprains. Stiff Joints, Tetter, Ulcers, all kinds. () CAUTION !—NONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS THE words •• H i.i.oww. New York am> L 'D n ” are disrernable as a If'fb’r-iaar.V in every leaf of the 1 kof directions a ronnd each pot or box : the same may he plainly seen by holding the Unf to the tight. A hands. nie reward will be giv en to any one rendering such information a* may lead t• * the detection..! any party or parties counterfeiting the medicines or vending the same, knowing them to be spurious. %*s..ld at tin* manufactory of Professor Holloway. SO Mai den Line New Yoik and by all re**|*eclablc and Dealers in Medicine, through* ut the civilized world. <pw,Tbere is considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. ]L—Directions for the guidance of patients in every dis order are affixed to each pot and box. tiq. Dealers in my well-know n medicines can have Show- Cards, Circular*. Ac., sent FREE *• K h.\ PENSE, by address ing Thomas Holloway, So Maiden Lane, N. Y. jlo.ly. 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 have made special arrangements with all the different publishers, stationers, etc., and furnish the Trade with BOOKS, STATIONERY, Blank Books, Music, Portraits, Prints, Medals MEL AINOTVPES. 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 STRATMAN, SAX FRANCISCO. AMERICAN "FLAGS! With full complement of Stars ! printed on Mus lin de Laine, imitation of Bunting, in fast colors, at the following LOW PRICES : Size, I foot P<t dozen. Size, 2 feet $2 per dozen. Size, 3 feet S 3 per dozen. Size, 42 inches SlO per dozen. ALSO Bunting Flags! Of ALL SIZES, from CO cents to Si per foot. IMO\ BADGES AM) PIXS! IN GREAT VARIETY. J. STRATMAN, Major First California Artillery. Empire News Depot, north-east corner of Wash ington and Sansome. San Francisco. A. S. HALLIDIE & CO., WIRE ROPE MANUFACTURERS, „Vo. 413 Clay Street , SAN FRANCISCO. ryo COMPANIES AND OTHERS USING ROPE, • informed that Wire Rope is STRONGER. MuKK LE AND VERY MUCH C HEAPER than any ‘ther Rope, and it is not affected by atmoepheric change*, nfacture of every length and cize. ROUND WIRE ROPE, and STEEL, for Hoieting purpose*, FEKKV ROPES and DERRICK GUYS. STEEL WISE EOPE for Small Gear, and for Derrick Fall Itopcw, irable and Light with suitable Bh«4t*. flat wire rupe, Wing from Mine*. SMALL SIZES for P.nnp Belt,. GALVANIZED IRON WIRE ROPE. FOE STATS AND 0 1 Til on and Copper Wire Cord, or banging Window Saahea-Signat Cords *c. refer to the many Companies who are using Throoghout California »'"*«'« ‘*3»“ Dln « ■ *'” “nil strength.,etc.,forwarded on application mnulacturera, or t« TINNIN & OWENS. . • Agent#, Weaverville. JOSEPH CRAIG, GUNSMITH ! Adjafalnf Mountain Harkef, Court Street. RIFLES AND SHOT GUNS Made to order, and all kinds of repairing done at short notice and low rates. Weaverville, Dec. 1, 1863 . 48. PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE! ESTABLISHED BY I>r. J. C. YOUNG, IN 1850, FOR THE CURE OF PRIVATE DISEASES OF WHATEVER NATURE, AND ALL FEMALE COMPLAINTS. CONSULTING OFFICE : 536 Was h ington S treet, SECOND BUILDING BELOW MONTGOMERY, gan • • • t'mltfarntm* NO CUKE, NO PAY ! Mf Cons'll tut ion by letter or otherwise, FREE. For di rection of letter*, *ee below. This celebrated institute has en joyed on this coast an uninterrupted success of fourteen rears, 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 has become to the Pacific Coast.— The thousands annually received and cured place it in point of number of patients among the verv first of the world, and the success of its treatment ranks it second to none. PRIVATE DISEASES IN MALES and IK REGULARITIES IN FEMALES see the great destroyers of health. They insiduously attack the system and gradually undermine and destroy it: tiier 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, amf poison, through success si ve general ions of the race of man. the marks can tie 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 arisidt from the con tamination of Venerial 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 full and blight to utterly destroy—all earthly hopes. MERCURY, recognized as the most fatal medi cal enema to man, combining with the Venerial, doubles his 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 ays tem. eating its wav into the tissues find orpiins beneath the apparently smooth surface, to burst out iu the future with a virulence that vr 11 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 I RIN'A 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 G narani eed, In Syphilis ami its adjuncts : Gonorrhtea and its accompanying diseases; till disorders of the Bladder. Kidneys and prostrate; Seminal Weak ness : Diseases of the Heart and Lungs ; Dys pepsia : Indigestion. Impotency : Insipient Con sumption, and till diseases of the urinary organs, in either sex. cure always* warranted, OR NO PAY REQUIRED at the PRIVATE Medical Institute, No. T»4O Washington street. San Francisco, Cal. Seminal Weakness oh 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 limt»s. disordered digestion, unaccountable : failing of the powers of the mind, distaste for j society, dread of impending trouble, forebodings «>f evil, sleeplessness, troubled and laeivions dreams accompanied by growing deafnes«, 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 bi< potters, destroying his hope of life and manhood, and j 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 thoroughlv 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 sic k rooms with paralytics and consumptives, and hundreds of untimely graves with its misguided victims, should consult, without a moment's delay, otic 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 (TTRE. without hin drance from business, change of diet, or fear of exposure. Do not forget the address. See below. Important to F'cmnleM. When a female is in trouble *>r afflicted with disease, and requires medical or surgical assist ance, the inquiry should be, where is there a physician who is fully competent to administer rjlief, and whose respectable standing in society recommends him to the confidence of the corn r iunity ? 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 lx »ul|y 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. All 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. VOL’NG, have now obtained a most extend ed popularity, and are correctly viewed to be the safest and surest remedies lor the complaints for which they are applied. The constantly ac cruing testimonials of their efficacy declare them to be pre-eminently superior in their action. No lady should be without these Renovating Agents. None genuine unless procured at this office. Sent by Mail or Express, to any 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 Sio. FRENCH LU NAR, OR FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. For suppressions. After fifty years of use these pills stand unrivalled in efficacy. Price So per box. —To CorrcHpondentN.— 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. JOSSELYN, M. D. [stamp] 536 Washington street, Box, 735, P. 0.. San Francisco, Cal. 17.1 y.