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WEEKLY TRINITY JOURNAL.
AGENTS.
L. P. FI?HER. \-\\i Washington meet, tup stairs) San
Francisco.—nearly opposite Maguire's Opera Home, —is our
only authorized Agent la that city.
E. K. PHIPPS. 3d ilr«t (between J end K.) is authorized
to rer«*ire and receipt for advertisements and subscript ions
for this paper at Sacramento.
Sabwcribeni to the Jqubxal at Douglas City srill reochreoar
printed receipts by leaving the amounts doe with KEl.ru.
Jk KELLOGG, our authorized agrnte.
At North Fork A. WATERS is our authorized Agent.
CHAS. VOSE ieour Agent for Trinity Center and vicinity.
FREY * RAVTZAC are our Agents at Lewiston.
A. O. PRICE, Evj. and Jnstice OC9TAV THEDE are au
thorized to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the JOCK
sial on Canon Creek.
«?*JOHN A. WATSON, Oil M»nl«f Secre *
tary, Eureka. is duly authorised to receive and rece A
wu tM+rriptions to thi« paper in Humboldt county.
Death of Fa.vxy Sewabd. —The death ot this
young lady, only daughter of Secretary Seward,
was announced in a recent Eastern dispatch.
In connection with it a correspondent of the San
Francisco Bulletin w rites “ The announcement
of the death of this excellent young lady, scarce
ly 22 years of age, has moved the fountain ot
grief and sympafhv in many hearts among us.
The writer remembers Miss Seward seven years
ago as a diffident child of fifteen —griding tor
nothing so much ng a separation even tor a week
or a day from the mother, toward whom she cher
ished that filial love which becomes almost a
passion in the breast of a young girl ot such
delicate organization. Singularly trying have
been the events of Miss Seward's brief life. W hat
mother of girls has not felt her heart yearning
towards the child who stood in the chamber ot
assassination, at her father’s house at Washing
ton, on the memorable night of the 14th of April,
and in the midst of that awful scene wringing
her hands, and lifting her feeble cry for help!
Mrs. Seward survived but a few weeks the
events of that dreadful time. What young girl
bereaved of parents has not followed the strick
en child with blessings and prayer to the grave
of the mother whom she loved more lhau filial de
votion? A little more than a year ago we knew
the health of Mias Seward had been declining,
and may we not believe that the blessed angel
mother has lovingly lured the gentle spirit of the
grieving child into the regions of heavenly space,
where the wicked cease from troubling?' 1
Scene in a School-Room. —The Springfield,
Mass., Uepublican is responsible for the follow
ing :
Mistress —Come here, George ; I wish to ex
amine you in punctuation. Now tell me what
that is ?
George—That’s a comma.
Mistress —Right; now what’s that?
George —Ah ! now you’ve got me where
the hair is short; I don’t know.
Mistress —George, I don’t wish you to use
any slang phrases here. When you arc unable to
give correct answers, say so, but do not repeat
such slang phrases as that you have just used.
Now, what’s that?
George —(hooking critically at the point in
question).—Ha ! ha! ha! Now I’ve got you
where your hair is short; that ain't nothin' only
a tiy-dirt!
Mistress —(Re-examining critically)—You are
dismissed, George.
Weddings. —The following is a list of “com
memorative weddings ” ;—Two years after the
wedding is the “paper wedding,’’ the fifth anni
versary is the “wooden wedding,” the tenth is
the “ tin wedding” the fifteenth the “crystal
wedding,” the twentieth the china wedding,
the twenty-fifth the “silver wedding," the fif
tieth the “ golden wedding',’, the seventy-fifth
the “diamond, wedding."
Brutal Murder at Salt Lake City.—A Dr.
Robinson, who was unfortunate enough to be a
Gentile, was recently called from his house in
that city, after night, under pretence that his
services were needed, and then brutally murder
ed. Already rewards to the amount of nearly
SIO.OOO have been offered for the apprehension
of the perpetrator of the hellish deed.
PROBATE NOTICE.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF TRINITY!
In tbe matter of the Kxtale of Win. 11.
MAT, deceased.
ON READING AND FILING THE PETITION
of Jas. 1). May, Administrator of the said Es
tate, praying for an order of sale of the real es
tate therein described, and it appearing to this
Court that there is not sufficient personal estate
in the hands of the said Administrator to pay the
allowance to the family, the debts outstanding
against the deceased, and the expenses of admin
istration,and that it is necessary to sell the whole
of the real estate of said deceased for the pay
ment of such debts :
It is ordered, that all persons interested in said
estate appear before this Court, at the Court
room thereof, at Weaverville, county of Trinity,
on Sat nrdity, the Ist day of December, 1 860,
at LO o'clock, a. m., to show cause, if any they
have, why an order should not be granted to said
Administrator to sell so much of the real estate
of the deceased as shall be necessary to pay such
debts. And it is further ordered, that a copy of
the foregoing order he published once a week for
four weeks in the Trinity Journal, a newspaper
published in the countv aforesaid.
JOHN MURPHY. County Judge,
and ex-officio, Judge of the Probate Court.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, County of Trinity.
ss.—l, A. J. Loomis, county Clerk of said
county, and ex-officio Clerk of the Probate Court
thereof, certify the foregoing to be a true copy
of the original order on tile and of record in ray
office.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Pro
(t..s.) hate Court, this Tth dav of November, A.
D- 1866. A. J. LOOMIS, Clerk.
Established In 1832.
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 SAD
r - die animals, by which passengers
L_ will be sent to all parts of Trinity
county, ns well as to KUmath and Humboldt
counties, at reasonable hire.
{Of* Horses boarded aud groomed by the day,
week or month, at moderate charges.
Weaverville. Dec. 10, 1883 48.td.
NORTH FORK BREWERY!
MECKEL BROTHERS, Proprietors.
The proprietors announce to the
citizens of Trinity. Klamath and Humboldt
that their Brewery is in successful operation, and
that they intend to furnish customers with as
good an article of
LAGEE BEER
as can be had North of San Francisco. Orders
respectfully solicited.
North Fork, July 7, 1863. C6.td.
8-2,000 A YEAII!
Made by any one with gis. Sro--
cil Tools. No experience necessary. The
Presidents, Cashiers and Treasurers of three
Ranks indorse the circular. Sent free with sam
ples. Address the AMERICAN STENCIL TOOL
WORKS, Springfield, Vermont. 33:3m.
a
( cs
Sr 3.
rt
WARD'S
PERFECT fitting
SHIRTS!
FOR SALE BY
ALL RESPECTABLE DEALERS
MEN S WEAR.
ASK FOR
TAKE NO
“WARD’S,”
OTHERS!
that the above Trade-Mark
18 STAMPED ON THE YoKE."\£a
ALSO,
WARD’S
rnnrn m
PAPER COLLARS!
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Wholesale and Retail,
AT
ptVs gton!
o o Q
O .v ' >
Montgomery St,
SAN FRANCISCO.
—36;11:26i.
PACIFIC
INSURANCE COMPANY!
436 OALIPOENIA STREET,
SAX FRANCISCO,
INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE,
on Building®. Merchandise, Wares and other Personal
Property. The personal liability of Stockholders under the
law of this State recognized.
Capital, $750,000.
LOSSES PAID IN U. S. GOLD COIN.
JONATHAN HUNT, President.
A. J. RALSTON, Secretary.
GBEENHOOD & NEWBAUER,
2.t0. Agent? for Trinity county
MAYNARD’S
Weavervillc and Hay Fork Express!
LEAVES HAY FORK EVERY
MONDAV ,
AND WEAVERVILLE EVERY TUESDAY MORNING.
Passengers, freight and Express packages
carried at reasoaabLe rates, and all orders punc
tually tilled.
N. B.—After August 25th I shall make semi
weekly trips, leaving Hay Fork on Monday and
Thursday, and Wcaverville on Tuesday and Fri
day. ‘ CHAS. MAYNARD.
August 1, 1866. 30.t0.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
Estate of w. h. may, deceased.—xo
tice is hereby given by the undersigned to
the creditors of and all persons having claims
against said deceased, to exhibit the same with
the necessary vouchers, within TEN MONTHS
from the first publication of this notice, to the
undersigned, at Junction City, Trinity county,
California, otherwise they will be forever barred.
JAS. D. MAY. Administrator
Estate W. H. Mar. dec’d.
Junction City, Oct. 2<k 1866. * 4i;4i.
WOLF DBEROEENER.
DKALEH IK 1
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Fr,, it«. >nt«, Pipe H .
CONFECTIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Etc.,
MAIN STBKF.T, WEAVERVILLE,
IS. (nrrwKEV xpw to«k norn. *x» mauxoua.l to.
JOSEPH CKAIG,
GUNSMITH!
Adjoining Mountain Market, Court Street.
RIFLES AND SHOT GUNS
Made to order, and all kinds of repairing done
at short notice and low rates
Weavervillc, tier. ], 1863. 48.
groteional Cards.
~ JOHN C. BURCH,
Attorney m f L a %c .
OFFICE, - • • EDGECOMB'S BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
>O. 1, SECOND STORY.
Weaverville, Oct. 1,18G3. 38.tf.
JOHN MURPHY,
COUNTY JUDGE.
—OFFICE, —
Mocker'• Building, Court Street , {up stairt,
24. ' WEAVERVILLE. VB.
WILLIAMS & FELTErT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE.
M Aftf STREET, EAST SIDE. TW O DOORS FROM CORN ER.
Ay. (OLD TELEORAFU OFFICE.) Ut.
EGBERT F. 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. % fhamas.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
CORNER COURT and CENTER STREETS,
(nearly opposite union hotel.)
32—10.
DeTwM. WILSON,
County Pliysicinn.
office-main street, weaverville.
OPPOSITE McCAIN i CO.'S STORE.
45. Taylor street—late residence of H. Greeuhood. 10. *
H. M. I HAUKCET, M. I).
—OFFICE AT HIS—
RESIDENCE,
COURT STREET.
Weaverville, Oct. 1, 18G3. SSSjI.
Dr. TODD,
Physician, Surgeon and Aecoucher.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, —
Court Street, Weaverville.
J6-g“lmmodiate attention paid to all calls from
a distance —day or night. The poor attended
gratuitously. 17.t0.
4®- FRENCH AND GERMAN SPOKEN.-®*
DR. J. C. MONTAGUE,
Physician and Surgeon.
OFFICE AT THE
Fislier House, - Junction Ity.
Junction City, March 1,18 Go. B.3ra*.
DR. 0. J OATES?
Surseon ami Mechanical Dcnlist.
& «
OFFICE,
llockcr's Building, Second Story.
ffeif'' Having returned to Weaverville to locate,
lie is now prepared to perform, skillfully, all op
erations in bis profession. ARTIFICIAL TEETH
inserted in Gold, Silver and Vulcanite. l ‘».
A. J. FELTKR,
NOTARY PUISLIC.
OFFIFF, m \tn street, east side, two doors from
CORNEU OF MAI N AXD COUKT.
All kinds of Legal instruments. Deeds, Mortgages,
Powers "f Attorney, etr., r;ir»Tully drawn, and acknowledg
ment taken.
V h.—The arts of Notaries have bad peculiar weight and
resneel attached to them by business men and the r«»urts of
all Nations. . 80.11 :td.
EDWARD P. LOVEJOY,
JUSTICE OE THE PEACE
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC.
OFFICE. —
ADJOINING UNION HOTEL.
(lately occupied by Justice Bnrni.)
DEEDS DRAWN AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TAKEN.
4(J—,lo—to.
A. R. KARL,
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
AND
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Office, - at Kelton k Kellogg's Store.
DOUGLAS CITY.
fi®” Deeds drawn, and acknowledgments ta
ken. 22.tf.
Tuscan Springs!
Tehama C'o., Csil
f--i, , THESE SPRINGS ARE PLEAS
■T«rf antlv situated in a picturesque valley.
Bias about seven miles from Red Bluff. The
buildings have been thoroughly repair
ed, and visitors will find all the comforts of a
home, ns well as the health-giving virtues of the
waters.
The 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 thebest medical advice.
For chronic diseases of all kinds. Rheumatism,
Scrofula. Nervous complaints, Dyspepsia. Indi
gestion, Skin diseases, Uterine affections, and
the diseases of females, thep vatrn ar« tnfallahU.
The charges are moderate, and every attention
will be afforded to promote the comfort of jnva
lid«. For further information apply to Dr. R. A.
Thomas. Weaverville ; Dr. A. B. Goss. Hay F„ r k,
or address J. C. BRADLEY, Red Bluff.
Tuscan Springs, April 20, 186fi. l3 ' lf '
UNITED STATES BAKERY!
Court Street, Weaverville.
FRED. STIERLBN,
PROPRIETOR.
E PROPRIETOR OF THIS OLD EftTAß
shed Bakerv takes this method of returning
ks to the public for the liberal patronage
tofore bestowed, aud of saying that he
holds forth at the old stand,
Opposite the Onion Hole!.
re he still furnishes, and will deliver to cus
tomers every morning, fresh
ead, Cakes and Pies,
OF ANY DESIBED KIND.
Balls, Wedding and other Parties, far
ed with plain or ornamented Cakes, at short
■e. and prices to suit the times. Give me a
tl V FRED. STIfiKLEN.
eaverville, July 1, 1866. 2fi.to.
FRENCH MEDICAL OFFICE!
t „v- Dr. JULIEN PEERAULT, Doe
tor of Medicine or the Faculty of Paris. Graduate of
tee University queen's College, and Physician of the St.
John's Baptiste Society of Sax Francisco.
Dn. PERU A TLX has pleasure to inform patients, ami oth
ers seeking confidential medical advice, that he can be con
sulted daily at his office, ‘Armory Hull” Building. North-
East corner Montgomery and Sacramento streets, San Fran
cisco. Rooms. No. 9. 10 and IV. first floor, up stairs,entrance
from either Montgomery or Sacramento streets.
Dr. PKRBAULT'S studies have been most exclusively de
voted to the cure of the various forms of Nervous and Physi
cal Debility, the results of injurious habits acquired inyouth,
which usually terminate in impotence and sterility, and per
manently induce all the concomitants of old age. Where a
secret infirmity exists involving the happiness of a life, and
that of others, reason and morality dictate the necessity of
its removal, for it is a fact that premature decline of the vig
or of manhood, matrimonial unhappiness, compulsory single
life, etc., have their sources in causes, the germ ol which is
planted in early life, and the bitter fruit tasted long after
ward. Patients laboring under4his complaint, will complain
of one or more of the following symptoms: Nocturnal emis
sions, pains in the back and head,' weakness of memory and
sight, discharge from the urethra on the stool or making wa
ter, the intellectual faculties are weakened, loss of ineiii. ry
ensues, ideas are clouded, and there is a disinclination to at
tend t" business, or even to reading, writing or the society of
friends, etc. The patieut w ill probably complain of di/zim <s.
Vertigo, and that sight and hearing are weakened, sleep dis
turbed by dreams, melancholy, sighing, palpitations faint
ing, coughs and slow fever; while some have external rheu
matic pain, and numbness of the body. Some of the m.»-t
common symptoms are pimples in the face and aching in dif
ferent parts of the b<sly. Patients suffering from this dis
ease should apply immediately to I)k. PEKKAULT, either in
person or by letter, as he will guarantee a cure of Seminal
Emissions and Impotence in six»to eight weeks.
Patients suffering from Venerial diseases in any stage.
Gonorrhea, Gleet. Strictures. Bubo Ulcers. us Erup
tions, etc., will be treated successfully. All Syphilitic and
Mercurial Taints entirely removed from the system.
Ur. PERRAULTS diplomas sire in his office, where pa
tients can see for themselves. We invite investigation ; claim
not to know everything, nor to cure everybody, but we do
4'lalni that in all cases taken under treatment we fulfill our
promises. We particularly request those who have tried this
boasted doctor. and that advertised physician, till worn out
and discouraged, to call upon ns.
Low charges and quick cures.
Ladies suffering from any complaint incidental to their
sex, can consult the doctor with the assurance of relief.
FEMALE JHMTWM* ft ELS.
I)R. PERU AULT is the only Agent in California for
DR. BEIOT'S FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS,
Their immense sale has established their reputation as a
female remedy, iinapproached, and far in advance of every
other medicine for Suppression and Irregularities, and oth
er obstructions in females. On the receipt of Five Dollars
these Pills will be sent, by mail or express, to any part of
the world, secure from curiosity or damage.
Persons at a distance can be cured at home by address
ing a letter to Ur. J. PERK AULT, corner Sacramento mid
Montgomery streets. Rooms Nos. U. 10 and 31. or Box 97*>.
Post office. San Francisco, stating the case as minutely as
possible, general habits <>f living, occupation, etc.. et<\
All communications confidential. &!:5-t.
THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH!
Even Man liis Own Physician I
--
ft '>
V l ' v 7. ■ ■ ■ ■ ' ' v’* - rn.i: ■
- - -
hollo way’s tills!
HOLLOWAY’S OINTMENT.
ntttordern of the Stomach, Liter and Rotreln.
The Stomach is the great center which influence-the health
or disease of the system—abused or debilitated by excess—
indigestion, offensive breath and physical prostration are tlie
natural consequences. Allied to tin* brain, it is the source of
headaches, mental depression, nervous complaints and unre
freshing sleep. The Liver becomes affected and generates
bilious disorders, pains in the side. Ac. Tin* Bowels sympa
thise by Costiveness. 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.
Erynipela* and Salt Rheum.
Are two of the most common and virulent disorders preva
lent on this continent. To these tin* ointment is especially
antagonistic. Its “ modus operandi ” is first to eradicatethe
venom and then complete the cure.
Rad Old Sorem and i'lcern.
Gn«es 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 ~f this powerful unguent.
Eruptionn on the Shin.
Arising from a bad state of the blood or chronic diseases,
an* eradicated, and a clear and transparent surface regained
by the restorative action ..f this Ointment. If surpasses nin
ny of thecismetics and other toilet appliances in its power
to dispel rashes and other disfigurements of the face.
Female Complaint».
Whether in the young or old. married or single,at thedawn
of Womanhood, or tie* turn of lib*, these tonic medicines dis
play so decided an influence that a marked improvement is
soon perceptable 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 Fietula.
Every form and feature of these prevalent and stubborn
disorders is eradicated locally and entirely by the use of this
eniolient; warm fomentations should precede its application.
Its healing qualities will he found to be thorough and in
variable.
BOTH THE OINTMENT AND THE PILL? SHOULD BE
USED IN THE FOLLOWING CASES:
Bunions.
Burns.
Chapped Hands,
Chilblains,
Fistula,
Gout,
Lumbago,
Mercurial F.rnpt's.
Piles.
Rheumatism,
Ringworm.
Salt Khenm,
Scalds,
Skin Diseases.
Swelled Glauds,
Sore Le
Sore Breasts,
Sore Head**.
Sore Throats,
Sores i*f all kinds,
Sprains.
Stiff Joints,
Tetter.
Ulcer**.
Venerial Sores. Wounds of all kinds.
C APTION I— NONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS THE
words “ Holloway. New York and London.” are discernable
as a Water-mark in every leaf of the bo«.k of directions a
mnnd each pot or box : the same may be plainly seen by
holding (he leaf to the light. A handsome reward will he giv
en to any one rendering such information ns may lead to the
detection of any party or parties counterfeiting the medicines
or vending the same, knowing them to be spurions.
%*S"ld at the manufactory of Professor Holloway, RO Mai
den Ijine, New Y'ork. and by all respectable Itruggists 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 everv dis
order are affixed to each pot and box.
Dealers in my well-known medicines can have Show
Cards, Circular**. Ac., gent FREE OF EXPENSE, by address
ing Thomas Holloway, 80 Maiden Lane, N. Y. ' j!s.ly.
MILE TO THE PUBLIE.
Having purchased the blacksmtth
i»K stand lately carried on bv (ieo. R. Mil
len, together with all the stock ’and fixtures. I
am prepared to do every varietv of work in the
BI.ACKSMITHIXG line, in a prompt and credit
able manner, and at the lowest living rates.
WAGON IRONING,
HORSE anri MULE SHOEING, done at si
notice. A of public patronage solid
„ GEORGE HCLMI
Wcavcrville. Sept. 5, IBfifi. 35:t (
DE. OHAS. H. TOZEE’S
Private Medical Institute!
Oak Avenue, Sixth at.. bet. J «*»d K.,
SACRAMENTO CITY, CAL.
THE GREAT ERADICATOR OF SPECIAL COM
PLAINTS, FORMERLY OF LOCK HOSPITAL,
LONDON. EIGHT YEARS IN SACRA
MENTO. AND THE LAST FOUR
TEARS in SAN FRANCISCO.
DE. JUZER’S
1 EXPERIENCE IS OF FORTY YEARS STANDING. AND
j dnrinir that time lias met with unparalleled success in
the treatment of all those diseases generally known as
Venerial or Chronic.
It i«impossible hereto mention all the diseases with which
he i* familiar: some, perhaps, will not be out of place.—
The most formidable, the most destructive to mankind, is
Self-Abuse. The brain Wing the seat of the disease, the
whole svstsrn suffers in consequence. T will here enumerate
some of the symptoms. s<i that those afflicted may be 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. of Memory. Pain in the Limbs and
Pack. Palpitation of the Heart, Trembling of the Limbs.
Headache, and an Aversion to Genial Society, especially that
of females. There are a great many more, but these are suf
ficient. and should yon be suffering from any of them, call on
DR. TOZER. and be will cure you in a short time, without
any interruption in your business—or state your case by let
ter. and there will be no occasion for y»*nr calling at the office.
Stricture of the Urethra
Is another formidable enemy to health. Send for one of ray
circulars on that disease, and inform yourself of its terrible
results. The worst cases cured in a few days.
Venerial Diseases,
Tnall their various forms, either Primary, Secondary or He
reditary, completely eradicatedfrom the system. Your con
stitution being restored to perfect health, there will be no
danger of handing down to your children that terrible dis
ease known as Scrofula.
Syphaletie Disease,
As it presents itself on this const, is of a more formidable
character than that seen in the Atlantic States or Europe. a
risinjr from Die farf of its being a compound of Spanish, rbi
n**se 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, \cton and Bostwick are of little account, except
t*» drv up the disease on the surface, leaving the poison in
the bbvKl. which sooner or later, will show itself as a secon
dary disease in an aggravated form. These facts I have learn
ed by experience, and flunk T can say without boasting that
1 have seen more practice in these diseases than any other
physician in California, dating as it does from 1840. It be
comes you. therefore, to think well, before you employ a
physician.
Who is the proper one to consult—an old experienced one
or one who lias 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 as pains
in the shin-bones, swellings of the different joints of the bo
dy. running sores, etc..'etc., and impurities of the blood, cur
ed ina short time by the use of my VEGETABLE MIX
TURES. known only to myself.
Diseases Peculiar to Females,
Such as Retention. Suppression and Painful >Menstruation,
ctc« etc.. Inure I n ray study for a great number of years,
and I can - if ly promise a perfgct cure in a short time.
He not deterred from calling "ti Dr. TOZER from delicacy
nr a fear of exposure, as the Doctor is a man in whom yon
can trust, and all rases are treated with the utmost secrecy.
My Female Pills
Are the beat over in this climate for Suppression of the
Monthly Sickness, Every lady should have a box in case of
necessity. Price.?.'). Consultation, at the office or by let
ter. FREE. MI bdters returned or destroyed. Office hours
from 9 a. M. till S p. m.
l?omonil»<*i* I
Dr. Chas. H. Tozer’s Institute
Is situated on Oak \ venue, corner «-f Sixth, between .land
K streets, Sacramento.
OFFICE HOURS—From 9 a. m. to 8 r. v.
Consultation at the office or by letter. Free.
All letters through the Express.ir mail should be addressed
to DR. CHAS. 11. TOZER.
* Sacramento city.
A Grateful Acknowledgment to Skill
ful Gentlemen!
Smramk.nto Citv. .Tune 1.
Dr. (’has. TI. Tozer—Dear Sir: You will excuse me for not
writing to you s.*oi»«*r. You will perhaps remember me as
the individual who called on yon f r your as«i-ta!ic»* ab..ut a
year .»■'•». Tin roof of my mouth bad" completely rotted • nt.
and my palate dropped down and 110 re remained, stopping
up the pa-- ■ c si, that I e-.uld hardly eat. A • ••! remember
you ciit it out at on which relieved me immediately, and I
«as enabled m -uallow my food and in a short time began to
improve. I to«-k your id •■linnc and followed vour di reef ions
fbr several months. You finally succeeded in st<qq»iiij: the
disease, saving my nose ami upper lip. though yn frequently
cautioned me alndif losing It. I continued to improve until
you finally recommended me to g.» into the country, and be
fore going, by v.-ur advice. 1 had a cast taken of my mouth,
in order that I could h ive a plate made for me t*» enable me
to speak s.. as to lie understood, and am now using if. My
ETERNAL THANK' ere due !,. you for the PERSEVER
ANCE AND SKILL that ymi displayed in my case; and I
hare to thank n u f>r my restored health, and even for my
life as ] m i- very rn-ar bleeding to death several times from
the iios-ei. I am now in Sacramento city enjoying good health,
and I shall recommend all rgy friends, to call on you. should
they be-.) unfortunate as to require assistance: aqd 1 would
advise all person* to avoid certain scientific doctor? hi your
city, or they will send them ton land from whence no trav
eler returns.
With my best wishes f-r the success of hot of ; on, I re
main yours, etc.. S. F.
To Dr. Chas. 11. Tozer. San f rancjseo. Cal. 27.1 y.
PROBATE NOTICE.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF TRINITY.
In I In* mailer of I In* Eitalr of MARTIN
WEISE, deceased s
ON READING AND FILING TilE PETITION
of I’. L. Thomas, administrator of tin* said
estate, praying for an order of sale of the real
estate therein deseribed. and it appearing to this
Court that there is not sufficient personal estate
in the hands of tlie said It. L. Thomas to pay the
allowance of the family, the debts outstanding
against the deceased, and the expenses of admin
istration, and that it is necessary to sell the
whole or some portion of the real estate of said
deceased for the payment of such debts :
It is ordered, that all persons interested in the
said estate appear before this Court, nt the Court
room thereof, at the said county of Trinity, on
Monday, the 19th day of November, 1 SCO,
to show cause, if any they have, why an order
should not be granted to said I>. L. Thomas to
sell so much of the real estate of the deceas
ed as shall be necessary to pay such debts. And
it is further ordered that a copy of the foregoing
order he published once a week for four weeks in
the Trinity Journal, a newspaper published in
the county aforesaid.
JOHN MURPHY, County Judge,
and ex-officio, Judge of the Probate Court.
OTATE OF CALIFORNIA. County of Trinity,
io ss.—l. A, J. Loomis, county Clerk of said
county, and ex-officio. Clerk of the Probate Court
thereof, certify the foregoing to be a true copy
of the original order on file and of record in my
office.
AA itness my hand and the seal of said Pro
[l.s.] bate Court, this 22d day of October, A. D.
1866. A. J. LOOMIS, Clerk.
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ittcrly destroy—all earthly hopes.
MERCURY, recognized a* the most fatal medi
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Do not be satisfied with Partial Cures,
that leave the poison to crawl through the sys
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CURES can be obtained bv 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 (he
nature of the disease.
In sill diseases entrusted to the Doctor's Aire,
PERFECT, SPEEDY and PERMANENT
Cures are Always <; ua ra u t eeil.
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 bungs : Dys
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in cither sex, cure always warranted' OR NO
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No. fi-IC Washington street. San Francisco, Cal.
Skmival Wkaknkss or Spermatorkikk.i. —The
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ness in his muscular and mental organization
should stop to consider whence it arises. Jit
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of the limbs, disordered digestion. unaeeountab!i
failing of the powers of the mind, distaste for
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in the discharge of the vital principal of existence
in nocturnal and diurnal emissions, the mere
cessation of the causes of it- appearance brings
no assurance of relief.
Marriage, that holy office, ihe safeguard ami
hope of manhood, bring- to sueh a one no hojie
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
llis punishment. He adds to his misery and dis
order until hope leaves him. There is no rescue
except in proper and skillful treatment. Con
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jiaralytics and consumptives, and hundreds of
untimely graves with it-- misguided victims,
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such the Doctor would especially address himself,
giving to each and all an assurance of a PER
FECT and PERMANENT CURE, without hin
drance from hiteinesSj chtrngc of diet , or fear of
erpoenre.
Do not forget the address. See below.
• Important to Ftinalru.
When a female is in trouble or afflicted with
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ance, the inquiry should he, where is there :i
physician who is fully competent to administer
relief, and whose respectable standing in society
recommends him to the confidence of the com
rinnity? The Doctor, understanding how imper
atively necessary these requirements are. feels
called upon to interjiose, and by calling the at
tention of the afflicted to the (ad that he ha
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 }ears
of sf uMa ami practice —both in hospitals and
private families —can make, to sate them from
the bands 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
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—To Correspondents.—
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 phvsician. thus ;
BENJ. F. JOSSELYN, M. D. [stamp]
536 \\ ashington street,
Box, <35, P. 0., San Francisco, Cal. 17.1 y.

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