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* l ■' ■ ■ - AGENTS. ™ ,IER ; 171 K «treet, (np ataira) San nnl?* ,? !5 rl . y "PI* o*ll* 0 * 11 * Maguire's OperaHouae,—ia our only authorized Agent in that city. to E rJ^ir» l ? n P i PB, * t 7* t ’ < be,wwn 1 * nd K ’> la authorized for thia papwr'at &wranlento! Terti ' elllent * ““ “ nbKrip, ‘°“ *° the Jocasai at Dooglaa City will receive our i KiM i/Si Pl by leaTin * the amounta due with K ELTON * KELLOGG, our authorized agenta. At North Fork A. WATERS la our authorized Agent. CUAS. VOSE ia our Agent for Trinity Center and ricinily. FREY A R ANTE AC are our Agenta at Lewiaton. A.O.PRICE, Eaq. and Jnatice GUSTAV THEDE are «o inonzed to receive and receipt for aulncriptiona to the Jolb nat on Canon Creek. , A. WATSON, Oil Mining Secre tary, Eureka, is duly authorized to receire and receipt for robacriptiona to thin paper in Ilaniboldt county. Who Is Responsible f The details of mob violence which have red dened the streets of New Orleans with the blood of loyal citizens show a repetition of the scenes enacted at Nashville, —the natural result of the seditious spirit of rebellion and treason now rampant throughout the South, and the legiti mate outgrowth of the doctrine of the “recon structed.” The shocking barbarities which have hitherto characterized the chivalric Southrons in the blackest period of the Rebellion were again repeated in the devilish, demoniac spirit of fiends rather than intelligent creatures, possessing the least feeling in common with humanity. A con vention of delegates, legally elected and assem bled at the call of the Governor, was besieged by a mob, and the members thereof deliberately massacred. Negroes were butchered in the streets by scores, and their dead bodies horribly ffiutilatcd. The life of no citizen, black or white, who was suspected of entertaining Union sentiments, was for a moment safe. Murder stalked abroad in the highways, while the sem oiance of law looked on in approving silence.— Not until the work of death was completed did* the ex-rebel mayor move a hand in the matter, and then it was only to order the arrest of the victims themselves 1 An intelligent community cannot hesitate in fastening the guilt of this infamous transaction where it rightfully belongs,—upon the President of the United States 1 There are no palliating circumstances that can shield a recreant ruler from the just indignation of loyal people every where. These men were murdered not from any personal animosity or in any quarrelsome spirit, but because they were friends of the Union.—- And through their bullet-riddled bodies notly offered ns a willing sacrifice to the cause whi'h they have struggled for years to maintain, a blow was struck at the very foundation of our liberties which calls for swift and and speedy vengeance at the hands of an insulted nationality. Mean while the President stands by with folded arms, and when appealed to for protection, utterly re fuses to interfere. Is this act of the Executive another illustration of his “Policy,” or is it downright crime? There can be no mistaking the instigation of such atrocities as come to us from New Orleans. To-day, every rebel walking its streets, with or without a Presidential pardon in his pocket, will declare that Andrew Johnson is in sympathy with the assassins who yesterday wrote their in dorsements of his political faith in the heart's blood of Unionists. Look at the proclamation of the rebel Mayor ; he “is satisfied by recent despatches from Washington, that the delibera tions of the members of the Union Convention will receive no countenance from the President, and that he will sustain the agents of the present civil government!" Can anything be clearer or more explicit? The President stands with his friends, the assassins, opposed to every act of justice and humanity. The edict has gone forth that Union men “will receive no countenance from the President.” Is it not time to inquire in all seriousness, whither the United .States Government is drifting ? Is it not time we should know whether or not we have a traitor at its head ?—Xeirark (A'. J.) Courier. To Yoi nu DrcnkaudS. —How melancholly are thoughts suggested by the word, “drunkard!” What associations of degradation and crime does it bring up. Emaciated women,ragged children, comfortless and desolate homes—ignorance, filth, brutality, and terror; angry words, inflam ed passions, cruel treatment, heartless neglect; a brain on fire ; hands red with murderer's blood ; weeping, wailing, and shedding tears— all these, and much else that is terrible to con template, crowd around the miud at the men tion of the tenfl “drunkard.” An old drunkard is a loathsome object—a young drunkard a most pitiable one. And yet this latter belongs to a class prodigious in num bers and increasing with fearful rapidity—in cipient drunkards just learning the road that leads to ruin. Towns, cities, and villages abound with them, and even the rural popula tion is infected with the madness of drinking.— What a change has come over the people within a very few years. Lawyers, doctors, merchants, farmers, and preachers, have all more or less, turned tipplers. Even among women may be found delicate maidens and stately matrons who, in ball rooms, at private entertainments, and in the sacred retirement of home, are not averse to sipping the fermentation of the grape and the distillation from the rye plant, while the chil dren eagerly consume the sugar left from the toddy. We arc not at all puritanical, and have noth ing to say against the temperate use of wine among all classes of people, but the abuse of it, and especially the intemperate use of the fire water of the distillery, is becoming a monstrous evil. Among our young men particularly is this curse of humanity becoming alarmingly prevalent. It is from this class that the recruits for the array of drunkards arc chiefly obtained, and it is with the hope of saving some that we send this warning among them. We urge the young man to stop and consider that he is lay ing a foundation on which to build a fabric composed of disappointed hopes, blasted expec tations, ruined health, criminal degradations poverty-stricken family, and a lost soul. He is forming an appetite which will haunt him to the grave. Let him go a little further in the dissipa tion—perhaps he has gone far enough already and he will have acquired a taste for liquors which will become a part of his nature. His desire for the exhilarating effect upon the brain will be hard to resist. Even should he reform, and obstain for years from all alcoholic stimu lants. yet in mature and declining life the appe tite will revive with stronger power than in his youthful days, and he will have less strength to oppose it' There are few greater risks which a lady can incur than to marry a “ reformed drunkard,’’ so called. We have known but few instances in which men who were drunkards become sober men and stay so ; The least de parture from the strictest abstinence might in volve them as it has thousands of others, in the drunkard's ruin. Put down that glass, young man—there is woe in it: very soon you will be a young drunkard, and then—but we shndderingly drop the curtain over your dismal future. The Reason.— The Chicago Tribune gives the following as the reason why Senator Lane turn ed his back upon his constituents ; —Mr. Lane had a relative in New York named Judge Davies brother of the well known author of Davies' Algebra. This Judge Davies was an applicant for the New York Collectorship of Customs, who pressed his claims with great vigor. The Presi dent promised him the office on condition that he received in return the support of the Kansas Senator. Tne condition was accepted, and Lane became the supporter of “my policy.” It was a regular bargain and sale arrangement. Lane voted to sustain the veto of the Civil Rights bill, but his vote failing to kill the bill, the President ii wen t baqk ” on his promise, and refuged to ap point Davies Collector of the port of New York. Poor Lane had sold hrs birthright for a mess of pottage, and in the end was cheated out of the pottage. The Friends or ihi Soldiers. —Schnylor Col fax,. » great mass meeting held at Chicago, August Ist, in the coarse of bis speech made the following truthful remarks in relation to Johnson Democrats :—These men are now very sweet about the soldiers. If you ask them “how about the Lincoln hirelings?’’ they look at you with blank astonishment, as if it were impossible for them to bare said any snch thing. There was a time when they sent a good message to the soldiers ; it was when they were fighting and perishing in the conflict, when their bodies were lying dead and unburied on the battle-fields of the South ; when they sent up their appeals im ploringly for more men and more money to assist them in their work. The brave soldiers said, we will lay down our lives for our country if you will only send more men to fill up the gaps that are made in our ranks by reble artillery and rebel musketry. And many of them, as’ they lay wounded and dying upon the battle-fields, asked, “ What answer comes from the North 7’’ And at last the answer comes. It came from Chicago-from the Democratic party—while the scale of national life and death hung tremblingly in the balance — to the beseeching and imploring soldiers they send ns an answer—the Chicago platform.— (Loud laughter.) The soldiers asked for bread, and they gave them stone ; they asked them for men and money, and they sent over the land the works which should give spirit to the rebels, and declared “ this war a failure, and we demand the immediate cessation of hostilities.” Says the Red Bluff Independent: —Knights Landing is a very nice place. They had a foot race there the other day. A beautifully-dressed young lady, sitting in front of a ten-pound wat erfall, saw one of the wind-splitters come on the course, clad in tights. They fitted him so well that the fair damsel conceived he was outdoing Menken and the Georgia Major. She put her hands up to her face and, peering through her fingers, screeched out, “ Why, you na-a-a-sty man ! I hope you won't win.” “Tub ocean speaks eloquently and forever,” says Beecher. “ Yes,” retorts I’rentice, “and there is no use telling it to dry up.” PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY! 436 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, INSURANCE AOAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Merchandise. Wares and other Personal Property. The personal liability of Stockholders under the law of this State recognised. Capital, - $750,000. LOSSES PAID IN U. S. GOLD COIN. aoaiHTHA.IV HUNT, President. A. J. RALSTON, Secretary. QUEENHOOD & NEWBAUER, 2.t0. Agents for Trinity county Tuscan Springs! Teliniiin, Co., Cal. J. C. BRADLEY, Proprietor. THESE SPRINGS ARE PLEAS antly situated in a picturesque valley, about seven miles from Red Bluff. The buildings have been thoroughly repair ed, and visitors will find all the comforts of a home, as well as the health-giving virtues of the waters. Tlie most eminent physicians of San Francis co and the State, after careful analysis of the wa ters, pronounce them to be the Best Mineral Waters in the United States! and this opinion is verified by thousands of per sons who have been cured of chronic diseases, after having tried in vain the best medical advice. For chronic diseases of all kinds. Rheumatism, Scrofula, Nervous complaints, Dyspepsia, Indi gestion, Skin diseases, Uterine affections, and the diseases of females, these waters are infallahle. The charges are moderate, and every attention will be afforded to promote the comfort of inva lids. For further information apply to Dr. R. A. Thomas, Weaverville ; Dr. A. B. Goss, Hay Fork, or address J. C. BRADLEY, Red Bluff. Tuscan Springs, April 20, 1860. 15.tf. Established In 1853. Livery Stable and Corral! Old Stand, East Side Main Street. COMSTOCK & MARTIN ARE PROVIDED WITH THE FINEST SADDLE AND CARRIAGE ANIMALS! DOUBLE A N D SINGLE BUGGIES AND SAD dle animals, by which passengers will be sent to all parts of Trinity mnty, as well as to Klamath and Humboldt junties, at reasonable hire. Horses boarded and groomed by the day, eek or month, at moderate charges. Weaverville, Dec. 10, 1803 48.td. REDUCED PRICES AT THE UNION SHAVING SALOON I3ath Rooms, Main street, - - - 'Weaverville, ADJOIXIXC. JCXKAXS’ HARDWARE STORE. Shaving, 25 cts.; Shampooing, 50 ets. Hair Cutting, 90 cents, Hot, Cold and Shower Baths, 4 SHILLINGS I 19.t0. CHAS. HARTMANN, Proprietor. $2OO REWARD! THE PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO. WILL PAY TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS In V. S. Goldi Coin, for such information as will insure the conviction of an incendiary or incen diaries who may set fire to any building or bail dings in this town or county. H. GRF.ENHOOD, Resident Agent. Weaverville, Nov. 25, 1864. 46.t0. HOUSE ANO LOT FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS TO ' seU bis private residence on Center street, L —with or without the furniture—cheap for cash. C. K. WILLIAMS. Weaverville, Oct. 10 1865. 40.t0. f €atds. ~ !■ JOHN C. BUBCH, Jllmrmtp ml Xa«e. OFFICE, - - - EOGECOMB'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET, SO. 1, UOOSD BTOKT. Weaverville, Oct. X, 1863. 38.tf. JOHN MURPHY, COUNTY JUDGE. —-ornc*, Hucktr't Building-, Cmmri STr««f, (up §tmirt, 24. WEAVKRYILL*. tB. WILLIAMS & FELTER, ATTOBHEYB AT LAW. office, MAIN STREET, EAST SIDE, TWO DOORS FROM CORNER, 40. (ou> telegraph office.) td. EGBERT P. ALLEN, District Attorney —AND ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IS THE HEW QQTJBT HOUSE—np stairs. Civil suits and law business of whatever na ture, attended to promptly. 51.td. Jt. $. Ihomasi. —OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, OOBHEB OOUBT and OEHTEB STBEETS, (nearly opposite union hotel.) 32—10. DR. WM. WILSON, County Physician. 0 F F I C E—MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE. OPPOSITE McCAIN * CO.’S STORE. RESIDENCE : 4.*». Taylor street—late residence of 11. Greenhood. 10. H. M. IHAU NCEY, M* D. —OFFiri at ms— RESIDENCE, COURT STREET. Weaverville, Oct. 1, 1863. 38.td. T>r. TODD, Physician, Surgeon and Accoucher. OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, — Court Street, Weaver-rllle. attention paid to all calls from a distance— day ob night. The poor attended gratuitously. 17.t0. 49- FRENCH AND GERMAN SPOKEN. -*» DR. J. C. MONTAGUE, Physician anti Surgeon. OFFICE AT THE FUlier House, - Junction lly. Junction City, March 1, 1865. B.3m*. DR . 0 7 Jo'A TE S, Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist. OFFICE , Hocker’s Building, Second Story. Having returned to Weaverville to locate, he is now prepared to perform, skillfully, all op erations in his profession. ARTIFICIAL TEETH inserted in Gold, Silver and Vulcanite. 1"». A. J. FELTER, NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFICE, MAIN STREET. EAST SIDE. TWO DOORS FROM CORNER OF MAIN AND COURT. All kinds of Legal Instruments. Deeds. Mortgages. Powers of Attorney, etc., carefully drawn, and acknowledg ment taken. N. IL—The arts of Notaries have had peculiar weight and respect attached to them by business men and the Courts of all Nations. 30.11:td. EDWARD P. LOVEJOY, JUSTICE OF THE FEJtCE AND NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFICE, ADJOINING UNION HOTEL, (lately occupied by Justice Burns.) DEEDS DRAWN AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TAKEN. 46—t!0—to. —earl. Notary Public and Conveyancer, AND JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. —o — Office, - at Kelton k Kellogg’s Store, DOUGLAS CITY. Jt-yV- Deoils drawn, and acknowledgments ta ken. 22. tf- INDUSTRIAL FAIR! Mcphnnics’ Institute. Report or Tor Committer or Awards 05 California Bran dies. Punches, Cordials and Bitters—held September 28th, 1864. FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED TO SQUARZA FOR PUNCHES! FIRST PREMIUM FOR CORDIALS! FIRST PREMIUM FOR BITTERS-<Bqn«F*«’» Hyglen . Ic Bitters.) THE COMMITTEE THINK THIS A FIT oc casion not only to award to true merit, and stamp with verity an article (or articles) worthy of public confidence and patronage, but also to put their seal of condemnation upon rillainout compound s, base imitationt and icorthlcsi counter feit!. which resemble the genuine only in their names. The Committee, after careful examina tion of the SaiARZA’S PUNCHES! CORDIALS and BITTERS! on exhibition, declare them to be composed of the best material, and that the same were manu factured with science and utmost care. The Committee, in their deliberation, had to rely entirely upon the numbers on the bottles ; knowing nothing of the authors of either sam ples submitted to their examination, but were unanimous in their approbation of the one, and the condemnation of the other. Respectfully submitted, Da. I. ROWELI. Prof, of CLenii.trj, Da. L. J. CZAPKAV. 24.3 m. FRANCIS C. BKLDK.V, Committee. GREENHOOD & NEWBAUER, BANKERS. Highest Price pud for Gold Dost! advances Made on Gold Dost for Assay, or Coinage at the U. S. Mint, and a GENERAL banking business transacted. have one of the largest fire-proof safes „. In . “ d ,re prepared to take SPE CIAL DEPOSITS on reasonable terms Weaverville, Dec. 1, 1863. ' ss.td. Dfi. OHAB. H. Private Medical Institute! Oak Are»me, Sixth at., bet. J and K., SACRAMENTO CITY, CAL. the great eradicator of special com plaints, FORMERLY OF LOCK HOSPITAL, LONDON, EIGHT TEARS IN SACRA MENTO, AND THE LAST FOUR YEARS in SAN FRANCISCO. DR. INZER’S ! Experience is of forty tears standing, and during that time bos met with unparalleled suocpm in the treatment of all those diseases generally known as Venerial or Chronic. It is impossible hereto mention all the diseases with which he is familiar; some, perhaps, will not be out of place.— The moot formidable, the most destructive to mankind, is Self-Abuse. The brain "being the seat of the disease, the whole system suffers In consequence. I will here enumerate some of the symptoms, so that those afflicted may lie able to form an opinion in regard to their complaints, and seek ad vice In time, thereby saving themselves a world of suffering; Nervous Debility, Lo« of Memory. Pain in the Limbo and Back. Palpitation of the Heart. Trembling of the Limbs. Heatlache, and an Aversion to Genial Society, especially that of females. There are a great many more, but these are snf flrient. and should you lie suffering from any of them, call on I)R. TOZER. and he will cure you in a short time, without any interruption In your business—or state your ease by let ter, and there will be no occasion for your calling at the office. Stricture of the Urethra Is another formidable enemy to health. Send for one of my circulars on that disease, and inform yourself of its terrible results. The worst cases cured in a few days. Venerial Diseases, In all their various forme, either Primary, Secondary or He reditary, completely eradicated from the system. Your con stitution being restored to perfect health, there will Is- no danger of handing down to your children that terrible dis ease known as Scrofula. Syphaletic Disease, A* it presents itself on this coast, is of a more formidable character than that seen in the Atlantic States or Knrope. a riaing from the fact of its being a compound of Spanish. Chi nese and Sandwich Island disease. Those of you who have visited the two latter countries nodonbt have seen the dread ful effects of it on both the native and foreign population.— It requires altogether different modes of treatment. The Old Formulas Of Ricord, Acton and Bostwick are of little account, except to dry up the disease on the surface, leaving the poison In the blood, which sooner or later, will show itself as a secon dary disease in an aggravated form. These facts I have learn e<l by experience, and think I can say without boasting that I have seen more practice in these diseases than any other physician in California, dating as it does from 1849.' It be comes you, therefore, to think well, before you employ a physician. Who is the proper one to consult—on old experienced one or one who has recently settled amongst you ? My Plan is Purely Vegetable, Destroying the disease and purifying the blood, so that there is no danger of secondary symptoms. ■Rheumatism, Neuralgia, And diseases arising from the use of Mercury, such ns pains in the shin-bones, swellings of the different joints of the bo dy, running sores, etc., etc., and impurities of the Mood, cur ed in a short time by the use of my VEHKTABLE MIX TURES, known only to myself. Diseases Peculiar to Females, Such as Retention, Suppression and Painful Menstruation, etc., etc., have been my study for a great number of years, and I can safely promise a perfect cure in a short time. Be not deterred from calling on Dr. TOZER from delicacy or a fear of exposure, as the Doctor is a man in whom you ran trust, and all cases are treated with the utmost secrecy. My Female Pills Are the best ever used In this climate for Suppression of the Monthly Sickness. Every lady should have a box in case of necessity. Price. s.'>. Consultation, at the office or by let ter, FREE. All letters returned or destroyed. Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p. m. I Dr. Chas. H. Tozer’s Institute Is situated on Oak Avenue, corner of Sixth, between J and K streets. Sacramento. OFFICE HOURS—From 9 a. m. to H p. m. Consultation at the office or by letter. Free. All letters through the Express or mail should bo addressed to DR. CHAS. H. TOZER. Sacramento city. A Grateful Acknowledgment to Skill ful Gentlemen! Saoiamexto Citv. June 1. ISOfi. Dr. Chas. H. Tozer—Dear Sir: You will excuse me for not writing to you sooner. You will perhaps remember me as the individual who called on you for your assistance about a year ago. The naif of my mouth hail completely rott<*d rut, and my jialate dropped down and there re mu Ims I. stopping up the passage so that I could hardly eat. You rcmemlier you cut it out at once, which re lie veil me immediately, and I was enabled to swallow my food and in a short time began to improve. 1 took your medicine and followed your directions for several months. You finally succeeded in stopping the disease, saving my nose ami upper lip. though you frequently cautioned me about losing it. I continued to improve until you finally recommended me to go into the country, and be fore going, by your advice, I had a cast taken of my mouth, in order that I could have a plate made for me te enable me to tqscak so as to be understood, and am now using it. My eternal thanks are due to yon and Dr. DEM A REST* for the perseverance and skill that you displayed in my case; and 1 have to thank you for my restored health, nad even for my life (as I was very near bleeding to death several times from the nose). I am now in Sacramento city enjoying good health, and I shall recommend all my friends, to call on you. should they be so unfortunate as to require assistance; and 1 would advise all persons to avoid certain scientific doctor jin your city, or they will send them to a land from whence no trav eh*r returns. With my best wishes for the success of hot of ; on, 1 re main yours, etc., g. g. F. To Dr. Chas. H. Tuzer, San Francisco, CaL •Dr. Demarest is Dr. Tezer’s assistant. 27:1y. THE EYES ! THE EYES ! DR. E. H. PARDEE, OCULIST AND AURIST. After a protracted blindness of more than five years, Dr. Panlee has made himself thoroughly and scientifically acquaint ed with all diseases of the Eye, and is now prac ticing with a success not surpassed in the Uni ted States. All operations'perforraed, such as Strabismus, or cross eye, Cataract by linear extraction, De pression or Absorption, Pterygium, or fleshy membrane growing over the eye, Reduction of Staphyloma, or bulging out of the eye, Artificial Pupil, Fistula Lachrymalis, or closing of tear passage, and all deformities of the Lids, etc. •Artificial Eyes inserted without the least pain, and possessing all the movements and brilliancy of the real eye. A large assortment constantly on hand and for sale at reasonable prices. The Doctor’s Eye Bath for the treatment and cure of all nervous diseases is used all over this coast. Thankful to those physicians who have sent him cases for operations, he hopes that his uni versal success will warrant a continuation of their confidence. His celebrity ns an operator is co-extensive with his success, as patients arc presenting themselves for treatment and opera tions, from New York and Boston, almostmonth 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. 14.1 y. 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. Letters to be sent through Wells,'Fargo * Co. SvKUy.is. «■ ALBERT BOWLER, CouUble and Collwtofi i* authorized to receive monies doe this Office, and to furnish our printed receipts fherefbr. THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH I Every Man His Own Physician! o HOLLOWAY’S PILLS! HOLLOWmjNTMENT. Diaordera of tha Stomach, Liter mud Moat ala* 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 nnre freshing sleep. The Liver becomes affected and generates bilious disorders, pains in the side. Ac. The Bowels sympa thise by Costiveuess. Diarrhoea and Dysentery. The princi pal actftm of these Pills is on the stomach, and the liver, lungs, bowels and kidneys participate in their recuperative and regenerative operation. JBrpaipelma mud Suit Rheum. Are two of the most common and virulent disorders preva lent on this continent. To these the Ointment is especially antagonistic. Its “ modus operandi ” is first to eradicate the venom and then complete the cure. Mod Legra, Old Sores mud Vleera. Cases of many years’ standing, that have pertinaciously re fused to yield to any other remedy or treatment, have invari bly succumbed to a few applications of this powerful unguent. JBmptiona on the Skin. ArisiiMt 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 disfigurements of the face. Female Complminta . 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 market! improvement is soon perceptable in the health of the patient. Being a pure ly vegetable prejiaration, they are a safe and reliable remedy for all classes of Females in every condition of health and station of life. Filea and Flatulm. Every form ami feature of these prevalent and stubborn disorders is eradicated locally and entirely by the use of this emolient; warm fomentations should precede its application. Its healing qualities will be found to be thorough and in variable. BOTH THE OINTMENT AND THE PILLS SHOULD BE USED IN THE FOLLOWING CASES: Bunions, Burns, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Fistula, Gout, Lumbago. Mercurial Erupt’s. Venerial Biles, Rheumatism, Bingworm, Salt Rheum, Scalds. Skin Diseases. Swelled Glands, Sore Lege, Sores, Wounds of Sore Breasts, Sore Heads. Sore Throats, Sores of all kinds, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Tetter, Ulcers, all kinds. o CAUTION I—NONE ARK GENUINE UNLESS THE words “ Holloway, New York and London,” are discernable as a Water-mark in every leaf of the book of directions a ronnd each pot or box ; the same may be plainly seen by holding the. leaf to the light. A handsome reward will Ik> giv en to any one rendering such information as may 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. 80 Mai den Lane. New York, and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicine, throughout the civilized world. is considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. B.—Directions for the guidance of patients in every dis order are affixed to each pot and box. Dealers in my well-known medicines can have Show’ Cards. Circulars. Ac., sent FREE OF EXPENSE, by address ing Thomas Holloway, 80 Maiden Lane, N. Y. jlS.ly. TO INVALIDS -yyrHOSE SUFFERINGS HAVE been protracted from hidden causes and mal treatment, and who require prompt relief to render existence desirable. Dr. J. PERRAIXT, GRADUATE OF Gueeu’s College, hep* to inform patients and others seeking medical advice that he may lie consulted personally or by letter in all ca ses 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., and from 2 to 8, P. M., at his office. Armory Building, 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, for it is universally acknowledged that the treatment of those particular diseases consti tutes a branch of medicine which has NEVER been sufficiently cultivated, in consequence c Ilie fastidiousness of the profession, who have ahandone these specialities to the care of unqualified pencil tloners. There exists here no power to repress the ini pndence and effrontery of men who are totally incompe tent to perform the duties of their so-called medical practice thereby inflicting miseries to a degree unparalleled in an; other class of human disorders. Tile only way to reined; this evil is to call the attention of the public to a WELL IN FORMED MEMBER of the medical profession, le« gaily qualified, and who devotes his exclusive atten tlon to diseases arising from the undue excitement of thi generative organs, together witli those incidental stages o acute disorder which, when neglected, terminate in thi horribly-wasting form of constitutional disorganizalion.- DOCTOR PERRAULT has paid the most ANX 10US AND UNTIRING ATTENTION, fiir the last ETGHI YEARS, to a special branch of study, and his mode o proctice, suggested and improved by experience, and ex perimenfs 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 they may derive benefit from examination o the urine in cases of Seminal Emissions and Impotence a well as in cases of Gravel, diseases of the Bladder and Kid neys, and we can at once ascertain the cause of the pa tienfs complaint, so as to prepare the proper remedies foi each particular disorder, and according to cacti case. Patients suffering from Venerial Diseases in any stage Pains in the Bones. Rheumatism, or from the effects o Mercurial Poisoning, who can visit us personally will re ceive. in addition to our usual treatment. MEDICATE! VAPOR BATHS, without furtner chargee. This Bath ha nearly superseded all other treatment in Eurone Refer ence will be given to several who have teen cured by till, treatment, after having (ailed with others. ' 1-enmns of both sexes who have Impaired their healtl and destroyed the v.gor of their minds by their own mis conduct, and thus deprived themselves of the pleasures o life are informed that on consulting D». PERRAULT thei will find a friend and a Physician who has cured nsnv ii every psrt nf the State, who applied broken down In health Imt are now rejoicing in alt that makes life desirable am man happy. References can be given, when required, it almost every part of the State, from parties who know o 3Jh££2nv ' PBRRAULT > afler in ‘fling .ever His Diploma* are in his office, where all persons can sei '" r ‘" eTe " lhat the - T «■» under the care of a regular 1,l qualified practitioner. We have the latest and safest rem edies, in snch mode nf cure as can be obtained at no other office on this const, in Syphlllis, Gonorrhea. Gleet, Stric tures. Gravel, Stone in the Bladder, Enlargement of the Testacies, Liceratad Throat, Slones and Nose. Cntaneous Eruptions, Ulcers, Abscess and other diseases depending on imparities of the blood. Da. PERRAULT still retains the only agency, in California of DE. BEIOT’S FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. Their immense sale ha* established their reputation » » fenial*- remedy noapproached and Car in eve r« other medicine for Suppression and Irregularities. and oth er obstruction* in female*. On the receipt of Five Dollar* the*e PHlg will be sent, by mail or expreea* to any part o the world, secure from curiosity or damage.. Persons at a distance can be cored at home by mg a letter to Da. J. PERRAULT. corner SKnuifCtoMi Montgomery streets. Rooms No*. ». 10 and ,* 7 5; Post Office. San Francisco, stating the case a* “ in T .n possible, general habit* of living. occapatlon-etc..eta for <***• taken under treatment warranted. J" advice. No poisons or harsh medicines to nj k00( _, stitotion ; no making tick to make weil - charge* in our dealings, frank In oar opinions, and will be for few thandemaoded by other *• invite investigation, claim not to know eveiyMllg nor to cure everybody, but -e do lay claim to remain and eom mon eense, and to core »gbl ■ <*•■£, this ed. till worn out and discouraged, ta cail upon ha. U will coat nothing, as conroltation. are free. 41-ly.U. Book and Job Printing every description done in s superior ssniicr and atesasondu pucks. PRIVATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE! -—ESTABLISHES BY Dr. J. C. YOUNG, IN 1860, FOE THE CUKE OT FRIT ATE DISEASES OF WHATEVER NATURE, AND all female complaints. o COXBULTINO OFFICE : 536 Washington Street, ssooitd buildnro bklow mobtQoicxbt, Bmu JVMCttM, ... California, NO CURB, NO PAT I Consultation by letter or otherwise, FREE. For di rection of letter*, eee below. > —.—o This celebrated institute has en joyed on this coast an uninterrupted success of fourteen years, and' has become one of the renowned Hospitals of the age. What the cele brated Lock Hospital is to London, and the no less renowned establishment of Bicord 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 very first of the world, and the success of its treatment ranks it second to none. PRIVATE DISEASES IN MALES and IR REGULARITIES IN FEMALES are the great destroyers of health. They insiduously attack the system and gradually undermine and destroy it; they drive the bloom from the cheek, the lustre from the eye, the strength and vigor from the frame; they give to the world puny and diseased offspring, and poison, through success sive generations of the race of man. The marks can be seen in Scrofula, Consumption, Cripples, the Idiotic, the Paralytic, the Insane, etc. There is no more terrible scourge to the human race than those diseases arising from the con tamination of 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 fall and blight—to utterly destroy—all earthly hopes. MERCURY, recognized <u the most fatal medi cal enemy 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 sys tem, eating its way into the tissues and organs beneath the apparently smooth surface, to burst out in the future with a virulence that will baffle the effects of medicine. WHEN PERFECT CURES can be obtained by consulting a physi cian whom long practice and thorough investi gation into causes of DISEASES of the URINA RY ORGANS enables to determine at once the nature of the disease. In all diseases entrusted to the Doctor’s care, PERFECT, SPEEDY and PERMANENT Cures are Always Guaranteed, In Syphilis and its adjuncts ; Gonorrhoea and its accompanying diseases ; all disorders of the Bladder, Kidneys and prostrate ; Seminal Weak ness ; Diseases of the Heart and Lungs; Dys pepsia ; Indigestion, Impotency; Insipient Con sumption, and all diseases of the urinary organs, in either se.v, cnre always warranted, OR NO PAY REQUIRED at the PRIVATE Medical Institute, No. 540 Washington street, San Francisco, Cal. Seminal Weakness or Spekmatorrhcea.— The young man who experiences that growing weak ness in his muscular and mental organization should stop to consider whence it arises. He will find in the weakness of the back, trembling of the limbs, disordered digestion, unaccountable failing of the powers of the mind, distaste for society, dread of impending trouble, forebodings of evil, sleeplessness, troubled and lacivions dreams accompanied by growing deafness, loss of muscular power, and numerous other symp toms of disorganization, the positive traces of that most terrible and destructive of all diseases. Seminal Weakness—wasting away his powers, destroying his hope of life and manhood, and' dragging him along the broken path of his existence toward a premature and’ Ibathsome grave. To him who finds his fife 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 andi hope of manhood, brings to such a one no hope of cure, but adds to his misery that theone who looks to him for so much of happiness, is a vic tim of his evil, and an innocent companion 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 of the disease.— Those who have become the victims of solitary vices, that dreadful, fascinating and destructive habit, which fills thousands of sick rooms with paralytics and consumptives, and hundreds of. untimely graves with its misguided victims, should consult, without a moment’s delay, one who will sympathize with their sufferings. To snehthe Doctor would especially address himself, giving to each and all an assurance of a PER FECT and PERMANENT CURE, without hin drance from basinets, change of diet, or fear of exposure. Do not forget the address. See below. important to Females. When a female is in trouble or afflicted with disease, and requires medical or surgical assist ance, the inquiry should be, where is there a physician who is fuliy competent to administer relief, and whose respectable standing in society recommends him to the confidence of the com munity ? The Doctor, understanding how imper atively necessary these requirements are, feels called upon to interpose, and by calling the at tention of the afflicted to the fact that he has been a PROFESSOR OF OBSTETRICS AND FEMALE DISEASES for twenty years, and is jully qualified to administer in all cases, both medically and surgically, not in a superficial manner, but in as thorough a manner as years of study and practice—both in hospitals and private families—can make, to save them from the hands of the unqualified, unscrupulous a n d 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, OB OTHER WISE) FREE. See address below. THE CELEBRATED FEMALE REI compounded from the private prescrip DR. YOUNG, have now obtained a mosi ed popularity, and are correctly viewed safest and surest remedies for the co for which they are applied.' j The const cruing testimonials of their efficacy decl to be pre-eminently superior in their acf No lady should be without these Re Agents. None genuine unless procured at this Sent by Mail or Express, to any par State. THE GREAT FEMALE MEDU PREVENTIVE POWDERS FOR MARE DIES. New, Safe and Infallible, last! four to six months. Price $lO. FBEJ NAB, OR FEMALE MONTHLY PILL suppressions. After fifty yean of nse t stand unrivalled in efficacy. ’ Price $5 —Xo Correspondent! Patients residing in any part of the St ever distant, who may desire medical s their respective cases, and who think p submit a written statement of ancli in pi to bolding a penonal interview, are asst their communication will be held most e All letters must be addressed to th spending physician, thus: BENJ. F. JOSSELYN, M. D. [a 636 Washington street, Bex, 735, P. 0., San Francisco, Gal.