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Fashionable Invalidism. I hope to live to see the time when it ""i. u considered ft dugraee to be * ick ; h „ lder s w jU ’ [,h ?T i’l iSWS 2K irzrsLT K. stitutions h&ve my Binccrest pit/* i one favor of them that they cease perpetuating themselves till they arc physically ona i sound basis But ft woman who laces so tlghtlj that she breathes only by a rare accident; who v,. brates constantly between the confectioner s shop and the dentist's office; who has ball robes and jewels in plenty, but who owns neither an um brella, water-proof cloak, nor a pair of thick boots; who lies in bed till noon;never exercises, and complains of a “ total want of appetite, save for pastry and pickles, she is simply a dis gusting nuisance. Sentiment is all very nice; but, were 1 a man, I would beware of a woman who “could't eat.” Why don’t she take care of herself? Why don’t she take a nice bit of beef steak for her breakfast, and a nice t calk not rirfe—after it I Why don't she slop munching sweet stuff between meals? Why don’t she go to bed at a decent time, and lead a clean, healthy life ? The doctors and confectioners have ridden in their carriages long enough ; let the butchers aud shoemakers lake a turn at it. A man or woman who “can’t eat” is never sound on any question. It is wasting breath to converse with them. They take hold of everything by the wrong handle. Of course it makes them very mad to whisper pityingly, "dytpepria," when they advance some distorted opinion ; but 1 al ways do it. They are not going to muddle my bia'in with their theories because their inter nal works are in a state of physical disorgan ization. Let them go into a lunatic asylum and be properly treated till they can learn how they are put together, and bow to manage themselves sensibly. How I rejoice in a man or woman with ft chest: who can look the sun in the eye, and step off as if they had not wooden legs. It is a rare sight. If a woman now has an errand round the corner she must have a carriage to go there ; and the men, more dead than alive, so lethargic are they 'with constant smoking, creep into cars and om nibuses, and curl up in a corner, dreading noth ing so much ns a little wholesome exertion. The more “tired” they are, the more diligently they smoke ; like the women who drink perpetual tea “ 100 keep them up.” Keep them up I Heaven? ! lam fifty-five, and I feel half the lime as if I were just made. To be sure, I was born in Maine, where the timber and the human rucc laet; but I don't eat pastry, candy and ice cream. I don’t drink tea—bah I 1 walk, not ride. I own stout boots, and pretty ones too; I have a water-proof cloak, and no diamonds. 1 like a nice bit of beefsteak, and anybody else who likes it may eat pap. Igo to bed at ten and get up at six. I dash out in the rain, because it feels good on my face. I don’t care for my clothes, but I will be well ; and after I am buried, I warn you, don’t let any fresh air or sunlight down on ray coffin, if you don’t want me to get up.— Fanny Fern in Ledger. Without the deer ladies we should be but a stagnation. lUC- LA3VG', MAIN ST., WEAVEUVILLE, (COMSTOCK & MARTIN’S BUILDING,) —WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALER IN— Groceries, Provisions, Liquors, Hardware, Crockery, Cigars and Tobacco, —AND— MINERS’ MERCHANDISE! IS RECEIVING A SPLENDID STOCK OP staple groceries, CROCKERY, &c., Which be offers at the lowest market rates for CASH! car Miners and Families will find it to their interest to give me a call before purchasing. Goods Delivered- Free of Charge! Wearerville,-October 8, 1867. 42:t0. Tuscan Springs. Teliamn 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. 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, these renters are infallablt. 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, 1866. IS.tf. Henry Junkans, MOCKER’S BUILDING* * —MAIN STRUT, WIATIRTILLI, DIAUB 15— Hardware S IRON, STEEL, STOVES SHEET IRON, TIN-WARE, LAMPS, All sizes and patterns, and every article usually kept in similar establishments. All orders for workattended to promptly,and satisfaction guar anteed. Iv9.td. WE DO NOT WISH Our Terms MISUNDERSTOOD! After THIRTY DAYS no more CREDIT! JACKSON * HERDLE. Junction City, Aug. 31, 1866. 33:1f. frotoional QM. A. J. FELTER, COUNTY JUDGE, AND Attorney at Law. —OFFICE, — AT THE COURT HOUSE, SECOND BTORT, 1. (Room l.t.ljr occnplvd by Judge Murphy.) 18. J. CHADBOURNE, ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR AT LAW. WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS of the Slate, and will attend the terms of the District Court in TRINITY, SHASTA and TEHAMA COUNTIES —os:to EGBERT F. ALLEN, District Attorney —AND— ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN THE NEW COURT HOUSE—up stairs. Civil suits and law business of whatever na ture, attended to promptly. 51.td. DR. WM. WILSON, County Physician. OFFICE—MAIN STREET, WEAVERVILLE. OPPOSITE MeCAIN A CO.’S STORE. nssipmci: 45. Teyloretrcet—late residence of H. Oreenhood. 10. Dr. TODD, Physician, Surgeon and Accoucher. AND Physician to the County Hospital J OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, — Court Street, (North Side,) .WeavervUU, Jgg-Immedinte attention paid to all calls from a distance —day ob night. The poor attended gratuitously. IT.to. FRENCH AND GERMAN SPOKEN.-®* H. SI. CHAUNCEY, SI. D. —OFFICS At BIS— RESIDENCE, COURT STREET. Weaverville, Oct. 1, 1863. 38.td. DR. J. C. MONTAGUE, Physician and Surgeon. OFFICE at the Fisher House, • Junction City. Junction City, March 1, 1865. B.3m*. de7o7j~ gat es, Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist. OF FIC E , Hacker’s Building, Second Story. J®* Having returned to Weaverville to locate, he is now prepared to perform, skillfully, all op erations in bis profession. ARTIFICIAL TEETH inserted in Gold, Silver and Vulcanite. 15. EDWARD P. LOVEJOY, ATTORNEY AT LAW NOTARY PUBLIC. —OFFICE, — COURT STREET, ADJOINING UNION HOTEL. DEEDS DRAWN AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TAKEN, and Notarial business of whatever nature 1. promptly attended to. 13. K. EARL, Notary Public and Conveyancer. Office, - at Kelton A. Kellogg's Store, DOUGLAS CITY. Deeds drawn, and acknowledgments ta ken. 22. tf. INSURE YOUR LIFE! MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO, OF NEW - YORK. Cash Assets, ... $5,000,000. Annual Income nearly - $2,000,000. DIVIDENDS DECLARED ANNYALY! POLICIES ISSUED TO THE AMOUNT OF *BO,OOO ON ONE LIFE, PAYABLE IN GOLD OB CURRENCY. IMPORTANT NEW FEATURE IN DIVIDENDS AND modes of Insurance. SMALLEST RATIO OP MORTALITY! Expenses Less than any other Caah Company. Insurers receive the LARGEST BONUS EVER GIVEN. Dividends made Annually on all Participating Policies. ISTo C laims XJnpaid All kinds of Non-Forfeiting Life and Endowment Poli cies issued. Policies incontestible! Loans made on Policies. 47*A11 Policies, after one payment, non-forfeitable. WM. 0. RALSTON, - Resident Director. LANDERS & CO.. GENERAL AGENTSr SOUTH-WEST CORNER Montgomery and Commercial flr«i(«, BAN FRANCISCO. A . LOFFMAN, 46.12:amffBmos. Agent at Weaverville. THE EYES! THE EYES! DR. E. H. PARDEE, OCULIST AND AURIST! Aftek a protracted blindness of more than five years, Dr. Pardee 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 performed, such as Strabismus, or cross eye, Cataract by linear extraction, De pression or Absorption, Pterygium, or fleshy membrane growing over the eye, Reduction of Staphyloma, or bulging out of the eye, Artificial Pupil, Fistula Lachrymalis, or closing of tear passage, and all deformities of the Lids, etc. Artificial Eyes inserted without the least pain, and possessing all the movements and brilliancy of the real eye. A large assortment constantly on hand and for 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-eztensive with his success, as patients are presenting themselves for treatment and opera tions, from New York and Boston, almost month ly. Many patients can be seen at the Doctor’s office daily, in different stages of recovery. Da. Pahdse has associated with him Da. H. Bioclow. Office— 7o7 Clay street, (above the Plaia) near Dupont street. J6:12:1y. I. COMSTOCK. I JOHN MARTIN, ui Mivrr. | fUTßniu. ■hT mm, (Aim. (Mr. tm «*«», Chore* » C 0.,) FORWARDERS —AMD— COMMISSION MERCHANTS! Fire-Proof Brick Warehouse, formerly occupied by PIERCE,-CHURCH * CO., <a.O*k street, near Steamboat Lasdlsf.R ISRAEL COMSTOCK will attend to the For warding and Commission business in person. We hope to receive a continuance of the patron age heretofore extended to the old firm. Red Bluff, June 1, 1866. 45 td. FRENCH MEDICAL OFFICE! I®* Dr. JULIEN PEER AULT, Doc tor OP MIDICINI OF THI FACULTY OP PARIS, ORADCATK OP TBS University Queen’s Cclleoe, ind Physician op the St. John’s Baptiste Socim op San Francisco. Dr. P ERR AULT has pleasure to inform patients, and others seeking confidential medical advice, that he can be consulted daily at his office, “ARMORY HALL** BUILD WO, North-East corner Montgomery and Sacramento streets, San Francisco. Rooms, No. 9, 10 and 11, first floor, up stairs. Entrance from either Montgomery or Sac ramento streets. Dr. PERRAULTS studies have been most explosively de voted to the cure of the various forms of Nervous and Phys ical Debility, the results of injurious habits acquired in youth, which usually terminate io impotence and sterility, and permanently induce all the concomitants of old age.— Where a secret infirmity exists, involving the happiness o 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 vigor of manhood, matrimonial unhappiness, compulsory single life, etc., have their sources in causes, the germ of which is planted in early life, and the bitter fruit tasted long afterward. Patients laboring under this complaint, will complain of one or more of the following symptoms: Nocturnal emissions, pains in the back and head, weakness of memory and sight, discharge from the urethra on the stool or making water, the intellectual fac ulties are weakened, loss of memory ensues, ideas are clouded, and there is a disinclination to attend to business, or even to reading, writing or the society of friends, etc. The patient will probably complain of dizziness, vertigo, and that sight and bearing are weakened, sleep disturbed by dreams, melancholy, sighing, pulpitations, buntings coughs and slow fever ; while some have external rheu matic pain, and numbness of the body. Some of the most common symptoms are pimples in the face, and aching in different parts of the body. Patients suffering from this disease should apply immediately to Dr. PERRAULT, ei ther in person or by letter, as he will guarantee a cure of Seminal emissions and impotence in six to eight weeks. Patients suffering from Venereal diseases in any stage, gon orrhea, gleet, strictures, bubo ulcers, cutaneous eruptions, etc., will be treated successfully. AH Syphilitic and Mercu rial taints entirely removed from the system. Dr. PERK AULT’S diplomas are in his office, where patients can see for themselves. We invite investigation ; claim not to know everything, nor to cure everybody, but we do claim that in all casee taken under treatment we fulfill our promi ses. We particularly request those who have tried this boasted doctor, and that advertised physician, till worn out and discouraged, to call upon us. Low charges and quick cures. Ladies suffering from any complaint incidental to their sex, can consult the Doctor with assurance of relief. FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. Dr. PERRAULT is the only Agent in California for Dr. Briot's Female Monthly Pills. Their immense sale has established their reputation as a female remedy, unapproacbed, and far in advance of every other medicine for Suppression and Irregularities, and oth er obstruction* 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 Dr. J. PERRAULT, corner Sacramento and Montgomery streets. Rooms Nos. 9. 10 and 11, or Box 973, Post Office, San Francisco, stating the case as minutely as possible, general habits of living, occupation, etc., etc. All communications confidential. 1:13:52t. ” REDUCED PRICES AT THE UNION SHAVING SALOON AND Bath Booms, Main street, ... Weaverville, ADJOINING JCNKANB’ HARDWARE STORE. Shaving, 25 cts.; Shampooing, 50 cts Hair Cutting, SO cents. Hot, Cold and Shower Baths, 4 SHILLINGS! Ifl.to. CHAS. HARTMANN, Proprietor. U. S. MAIL STAGE UNI FROM SHASTA TO WEAVEEVILLE. o THE STAGE OF THE UN dersigned, carrying the U. S. mail and TINNIN A OWENS’ EXPRESS, will leave Shas ta every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, and Weaverville every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 7 o’clock, a. h. Ornct in WiAVisTiLLE—N. T. Hotel—Jas. Morris, Agt. OrriCß in Shasta— American Hotel— John Craddock, Agt. 1:12. GRANT I. TAGGART, Proprietor. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF JOHN W. OWENS, DEC’D. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigoed, Administrator of the above nam ed Estate, 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 (he undersigned. M. F. GRIFFIN, Administrator. Weaverville, January 9, 1868. l:td. HENRY OYERMOHLE, —DEALER IN— HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCOS, FANCY GROCERIES. TOYS. CUTLERY. Genuine California Meerschaum Pipes, PLAYING CARDS, CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, FANCY ARTICLES, AO. Howe’s Brick Building, Main Street, 1. 1 WIST BIDI ) WEAVERVILLE. 11. JOHN ADAMS, County Coroner, UNDERTAKER AND GRAVE-DIGGER Residence—Howland’s Building, Center street. Orders promptly attended to. 34. «a. Trinity Maelye, M*. %1, W. 9 J. Jr—Hold their regular communications at Muonic Rail. Weaverville on the last Monday of each month. Bonr of meeting, six o’clock, p. m. JOHN McMRCBY, W. M. M. F. GRIFFIN, Secretary. 47,8. W- Trinity Chapter, jyo, 19, Mayal Jrch JHa- Mel) meet on the second and fourth Tuesday In each month, at the Masonic Hall, WaaTerrille. J. C. BUUCH, H. P. M. F. OBIFFIN, Secretary. 47,8. W-JVhrl* mar J.odgt, .Vo. 61, /, O. «. jv., holde its regular meetings at Odd Fellows’ Hall, Weaverrille, on Thursday evening at 7J4 o’clock. Members of the Order from abroad are cordially invited to attend. JOHN C. DODGE, N. G. FRANK W. YOUNG. R. 8. 47vg aa- Stella JBnemmpment, JTa. 18, I. o. O. je„ meets on the evenings of the tint and third Tuesday of each month, at Odd Fellows’ Hall, Weaverville, at 7 o’clock. Pa triarchs from abroad are invited to visit us. W«. RULE, C. P. W. H. BACHELDER, Scribe. 47v8. •98. Carnet Lodge, J\~o. 86, /. O. 9. r., Trinity Center, bolds its regular meetings on Saturday evening, at Odd Fellows’ Hall. NOAH LOWIIEY, N. G. E. R. SIKES, R. 8. 47v8. 19. Tht Otrasss Hoepttml Society of Trinity county holds its regular Quarterly meetings at the Hospital building on the first Sunday In March, June, September and December. CHAS. HARTMAN, 47 v 8 Secretary. H. The fenian Brotherhood of Trinity county meets at the Hall of the Saint Patrick Benevolent Society, Weaverville, EVERY SUNDAY. MICHAEL MULLIGAN, Center. Mich’l Callahan, Secretary. 29.t0. TO THE UNFORTUNATE! NEW REMEDIES! NEW REMEDIES! DE. GIBBON’S 616 Mtmrt DISPENSAEY, 'nty afreet, CORNER COMMERCIAL, SAN FRAN cisco, established in 1864, for the treat went of Sexual and Seminal diseases such as Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Syphilis in all its forms, Seminal Weak ness, Impotency, etc. Skin diseases (of years standing) and Ulcerated Legs, suc cessfully treated. DOCTOR GIBBON has the pleasure of announcing that he has returned to this State, after an absence of one year. during which time he has visited all the principal uuopitals of Europe, among them those of Dub lin, London and Baris. The following celebrated hospitals London are among those visited by the Doctor: Guy's, High at.. Borough ; St. Bartholomew’s, Smithfield; St. Luke’s, Old street; St. Mary’s, Camb. Place, Pud.; Lock, Harrow road; University, Gower street, Westminster, Broad Sanctuary; Charing Cross. Agar street. Strand; London. Whitechapel road; Royal free, Gray’s Inn road; Kin’s College, Portugal street. DOCTOR GIBBON has also visited Doctor Acton, of London, Parker of Birmingham. England; and Ricord of Paris, who are considered the best physicians and surgeons in the world, and whose authority is acknowledged to be the highest in the treatment of sexual diseases. DOCTOR GIBBON has obtained from them their new mode of treatment, which Cannot be surpassed. DOCTOR GIBBON has spared neither time nor money in seeking out new remedies and has returned with new fucili ties for the alleviation of human suffering. HORRIBLE DISEASES. How many thousands of persons, both male and fer ale, are there who are suffering out a miserable existence Irom the effects of secret indulgence, or from virus absorbed iuto the system. Look at their pallid, emaciated and disfigured faces and their broken down constitutions, disqualifying them for the happiness of maVriage or the enjoyment of life. In this horrid situation thousands suffer until death closes the scene. Let parents, guardians and friends attend to those who are suffering with any of these horrible, lile-destroylng maladies—see that they are cared for and cured before it is too late. Send them immediately to Dr. Gibbon, a physician who has made private diseases his especial study for years, and who is certain to cure the most inveterate cases, without mercury or any injurious drugs It is important to those afflicted, or to those who are interested in the welfare o their friends, to be careful of the many pretended doctors who infest all cities, publishing their skill in curing all dis eases in a few days, imposing upon the public by using the names of eminent physicians from Europe and other places. Be therefore careful and make strict inquiry or you may full into the hands of those charlatans. SEMINAL WEAKNESS. Seminal emissions, the consequent of self abuse. This sol itary vice, or depraved sexual indulgence, is practiced by tha youth of both sexes to an almost unlimited extent, producing, with unerring certainty, the following train of morbid symp toms, unless combatted by scientific medical measures, viz; Sallow countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of leaves and rattling of chariots, uneasiness about the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, hlnnted intellect, loss of confi dence, diffidence in strangers, a dislike to form new acquaintances, a disposition to shun society, loss of memory, hectic flushes, pimples and various eruptions about the face, furred tongue, fetid breath, coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania and frequent insanity. If relief is not obtained the sufferer should apply immediately either in person or by letter, and have a cure affected by this now and scientific mode of treatinglt|/is disease, which never fails of effecting a quick and radical cure. Dr. G. will give One Hun dred Ikillars to any person who will prove satisfactorily to him that he was cured of this complaint by either of the San Francisco quacks. DOCTOR GIBBON is responsible and will give to each pa tient a written instrument, binding himself to effect a radical and permanent cure, or make no charge. Persons at a distance may be CURED AT HOME by address ing a letter to Dr. Gibbon, stating case, symptoms, length of time the disease has continued, and have medicines promptly forwarded, free from damage and curiosity, to any part of the country, w ith full and plain directions for use, for Ten Dol lars, sent in registered letter, or through Well, Fargo A Co. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, 616 Kearny street, near Com mercial, San Francisco. Post office Box 252. Remember to put BOX 252 ON THE LETTER. Consultation FREE. CAUTION to the unfortunate. Beware of the San Francisco quacks and pretenders who. with bogus sworn certificates, dupe the unwary. Some of the self-styled doctors, whose names are to be found in the daily and weekly newspapers of San Francisco and other places, are tradesmen and became too lazy to work at their trades. Some are tinsmiths, shoemakers, newspaper carriers, intelligence office keepers, Ac. Look over the San Francisco Directory and you will not find their Medical Institutes in it, but you will find their former occupation in it. Look at the Directory for 1862 and 1863. The only way to avoid im position is to make inquiry—it will cost you nothing, and may save you many regrets; for, as advertising physicians in eight cases out of ten are bogus, there is no salety in trusting any of them until you know who and w hat they are. Dr. Gibbon does not deceive people by exhibiting bogus titles, certificates, pretended patients' letters, Ac. Dr. Gibbon will satisfy persons who may call at his offices of bis ability to treat diseases that he proposes to cure. Consultation FREE. Correspondents will please inform Dr. Gibbon that they read his advertisement in the Trinity Journal. 15:12;y. For Sale Cheap IF APPLIED FOE SOON. THE COTTAGE RESIDENCE NOW occu pied by the undersigned, on Court House bill, with or without furniture. - Also, the Daguerrean Saloon, corner Court and Taylor streets, complete in its appointments, with or without apparatus. Will give instruction in the art to the purchaser, if desired. O. H. P. NORCROSS. Weaverville, August 8, 18G7. 31:to. Established In 1823. Livery Stable and Corral I Old Stand, East Side Main Street. COMSTOCK & MARTIN ▲RE PROVIDED WITH THE FINEST SADDLE AND CARRIAGE ANIMALS! DOUBLE AND SINGLE BUGGIES AND SAD- OcßHEmw - die animals, by which passengers vty'— W will be sent to all parts of Trinity county, as well as to Klamath and Humboldt counties, at reasonable hjyc. s&~ Horses boarded and groomed by the day, week or month, at moderate charges. Weaverville, Dec. 10, 1863. 48.td. UNITED STATES BAKERY AND SALOON. MTHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING thor oughly renovated and re-fitted the above old and well-known stand, Court street, (opposite the Union Hotel), Invites a share of the public patronage. He will supply the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars, and attend punctually to the demands of cus tomers. FRESH BREAD will be supplied to pa trons every morning. CAKES of every variety and style furnished Wedding Parties and Balls at short notice. FRED. LA.CKEMACKEK. Weaverville, May 1, 1867. 17:to. DR. J. C. YOUNG, MEDICAL AHD SUBGIOAL lIBTITUTE, >.* consultation, in xxi cab • ES, TREE, . V CUBES GUARANTEED, OB NO PAT REQUIRED, v XN ALL CASES WHERE CONTI DEUCE IS REQUIRED THE UTMOST SECBEBY MAIN TAINED. The above rules, established, by Dr. J. C. Young in 1850, and which have done so much to secure the reputation of this Institute, are still adhered to, affording those in need of medical aid, the certainty of cure and the utmost confidence. There is nothing of so great importance to the sick as to know where to find a physi cian whose skill and humanity give assurance of proper and delicate treatment. The Doc tor would respectfully call the attention of those of both sexes who are suffering or in trouble to the invariable success that has marked the career of the Institute in the seventeen years of its existence. It is unnecessary in this con nection to enumerate all the comjdaints treated at the In stitute, but the Doctor feels it his duty to call especial atten tion to that terrible scourge, i SEMINAL WEAKNESS, That is sapping with its in sidiousness the very life of its victims; in the treatment and cure of which the Institute has earned so enviable a reputa tion, REA. 13 ! ° REAR ! I am aware that by dwelling upon so uninvit ing a subject as the decay of manly vigor through the loss of the vital principle of life, the ignorant may asperse my motive ; but the desire to point out to those who suffer, languish and decay, the true cause of their affliction, is too great an in centive to be forced into abeyance. How extend ed the terrible disease of Seminal Weakness is, no one but the practical specialist who devotes his time to its treatment can tell, but its presence can be detected by the most inexperienced by no ting the following symptoms : Weakness of the back and limbs ; languishing feelings; loss of mus cular power ; nervousness, irritability, cold feet or hands, accompanied by hot head, symptoms of consumption, short breath, flushings of the face, aversion to society, confusion of the mind. loss o memory, nightly emissions, colorless, slight dis charges upon the least excitement, trembling, palpitation of the heart, irregular appetite, vari able temper, etc. Yocno Man, if yon experience any of the vari ous symptoms enumerated above, pause to con sider. Thepresent is the golden moment in which you may secure health and happiness. You may feel strong now, but if you have ever practiced the vice of self-abuse, even in the slightest de gree, you have the seeds of weakness in your sys tem, and their undermining influence will, soon er or later, dash the fair edifice of your strength to the ground, leaving you a helpless, abject be ing. It is not a disease that declares itself at once. Therein lies its great danger ; for while the patient is being treated for some affection of the heart, lungs, brain or digestive functions, be sinks into a general debility that soon adds him to the list of the victims of the terrible disorder, Seminal Weakness. See in the bent form and languishingsteps,tbe poor victim of the fascinating vice 1 Mark the course of the destructive complaint in the hollow check and dull eye I Drowsiness is one of the premonitory symptoms. At first it is easily sha ken off, but it grows eventually into a great dis inclination to pursue his regular business. The mind becomes apprehensive, and restless nights succeed days of depression. It is the nature of the complaint to assume sudden changes which leave the poor victim but little hope of recovery. In a single instant it may witheryour fond hopes and blast your honest aspirations. Marriage is sought by a natural impulse as a hope of relief. This is an error of the first mag nitude, for the system unprepared for the exigen cies of the occasion, suddenly falls, and he finds himself in a deplorable condition, from which he has the slightest hope of recovery. Or if the marriage should result in offspring, they arc pu ny, distorted, decrcpid and degenerate. This is applicable to both sexes, whether married or sin gle, and to all times of life. Do not delay if yon feel any of the symptoms of the terrible com plaint, or if your acts have been such as to lead to them, but by instant application secure your self the only hope of future health and happi ness. The Doctor uses no mercury or other del eterious drugs—cures, when taken in time, al ways guaranteed and full and proper vigor re stored. The afflicted are assured of every confi dence. Persons Afflicted with Venereal.—Du ring the seventeen years since the establishment of the Institute, the number of cases of venereal that have been treated show a record unsurpass ed by any hospital in the world, and the success that has always marked the course of treatment without Mercury or other deleterious Drugs, shows conclusively the use of them to be not only uncalled for, but actually dangerous, for it is a thoroughly established medical princi ple that those poisonous drugs, by entering the blood, ruin the constitution and destroy life.— Cures always guaranteed or no pay required. Important to Females-—When a female iiin trou ble or afflicted with disease, and requires medical or surgical assistance, the inquiry should be, •• Where is there a physi cian competent to administer relief, and whose respectable standing in society will recommend him to the confidence of the community 1” The Doctor, understanding how impera tively necessary these requirements are, feels called npou to interpose, and by calling the attention of the afflicted to the fact that he has been a Professor of Obstetrics and Female dis eases for twenty years, and is fully 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 or designing. Therefore, families can rely upon him as upon a father. All in affliction can find in him one who cam feel and sympathise with and befriend them In tronbl*—one in whose secrecy the utmost confidence can be placed. Consul tation bv letter or otherwise, free. Cures guaranteed in all weakness and trouble incidental to the sex. Private apart ments are provided, when desired, where can be had all the ad vantage of nnremitted attention of the Doctor, and the moat skillful and faithful nurses. To CoaaiSPO.NDgNTa.—Persons, either male or female, resid ing in the interior, are often deterred from consulting the Doctor because they cannot tpare the time or incur the ex pense of a visit to the city. To such he would say that a plain statement of the symptoms and information bearing up on the complaint, will enable him to preecribe for them so that they can be cured as home. None need have any falsa delicacy about writing, no matter of their complaint, ae the communication will only by the Doctor, and will be treated with the confidence, and either be returned or destroyed, vv Consultation free I BKNJ. F. JOBBSLYN, M, D.. (Box 735) No. 236 Washington street, Bsn Francieco. SW Persons who contemplate visiting tbs Institute, will please cut out the following, and keep it aa a guide: Dr*. J. C. YOUNG, Medical and Surgical Institute, No. 636 Waahington street, 3712:26, San Francisco, Cal Medical Aidl QUICK CURES AND MODERATE CHARGES I DOCTOR W7ITDOHERTY’S Private Medical and Surgical Institute SACRAMENTO ST., BELOW MONTGOMERY, (Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.*a Offics.) Private entrance on Leldesdorff street, San Francisco. Established erprtuhf to afford the afflicted sound and iific Medical Aid, in the treatment and cure of all Private and Chronic diseases, cases of se crecy, and all SEXUAL DISORDERS. TO THE AFFLICTED.—D*. W K. Dohkryy returns his sincere thanks to his numerous patients for their patronage and would take this opportunity to remind them that he con* tinnee to consult at his Institute tor the care of chronic dis eases of the Lunas, Liven, Kidneys, Digestive and Quito* Urinary Organs, and all private diseases, vis: StphlUß, in all its forms and stages; Seminal Weakness, and all the hor rid consequences of self abuse; Gonorrhoea, Glut, Sthic tures, Nocturnal and Diurnal Emissions, Sexual Deriutt, diseases of the Back and Loins, Inflammation of the Bladder and Kidneys, etc., etc.; and he hopes his long experience andf successful practice will continue to insure him a share of pub lic patronage. By the practice of many years iu Europe and the United States, he Is enabled to apply the most efficient and successful remedies against diseases of all kinds. He ouree without mercury, charges moderate, treats bis patients ia a correct and honorable way, and has references of unquestion able veracity from men of known respectability and high standing In society. All parties consulting him by letter or otherwise, will receive the beet and gentlest treatment am* implicit secrecy. .... , .... Dr. Doherty would call attention to the following certifi cates, from two of his patients, who having fully recovered l their health, desire to make known their remedial agent. IB will be seen their statements are fully authenticated by a Notary Public. The welfare of society imperiously demand their publici ty, and they are giving more to warn the unwary than to sound the praises of a Physician, of whom hundreds ot like cases can be cited, during a practice of more than fifteen years A CASE or GLEET AND STRICTURE. Dr. Dohrrtt—Dear Sir: I feel my health so fully restored that, in common gratitude, I believe 1 should make you some written acknowledgment for your Taluabls services— particularly so as your fee was small for the work performed. 1 arrived in this city trom the Last about one year ago, and was then suffering from an old caaeof Qleet. complicated with Stricture. Being a stranger iu the city, and believing that those Doctors who gave such positive assurances of success were necessarily the best, 1 placed myself in their charge, and continued under their treatment until 1 had lost nearly all hope and a considerable sum ot money. I wish to say now that you are the sixth Doctor I have eDe ployed, and the only one that has ever done me any service. My Gleet is wholly cured, the Stricture is all removed, and my general health is better than it has been for years. Is conclusion, I would say to tbs many unfortunates who require medical advice, if you have any doubt as to whom you should employ, ask Dr. Doherty tor my address, and cull and see me. (I "keep store iu this city.) My experience may save you many dollars. 1 would »Uo add, that in the early stage of my disease, I used a large amount of the prepara] tions advertised as infallable cures for Gonorrhoea,Gleet, etc., but never derived any benefit from them. 1 am, Doctor, ve ry truly yours, L— H . San Francisco, June 16, 1864. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of June, a. d., 1864. A. S. GOULD, Notary Public. fL . B .] SEMINAL WEAKNESS —A SWORN TO CERTIFICATE OF MOST REMARK ABLE CURE OF SPERMATORRHEA. A desire to benefit suffering humanity, and a feeling of gratitude to Dr. W. K. Doherty, alone induces me to make this statement. For many years 1 had been afflicted with that fearful disease known as Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weak ness, the result of self-abnse, but till 1855 experienced but little trouble or inconvenience. In that year, however, I had Seminal Weakness to a (earful extent, which was soon follow ed by the most alarming symptoms, as weakness of the back and limbs, pain in the bead, dimness of vision, nervousness and general debility. My mind, too, was affected to such an extent as to seriously impair my memory; my ideas were confused and spirits depressed. I was averse to society, bad evil forebodings and self-distrust, and was entirely unfitted tor any of the duties of Life. From 1855 to the summer of 1863, 1 employed the very best medical talent I could find, and spent several hundred dollars, but in no instance obtain ed more than temporary relief. I had about concluded there was no relief for me in this w orld, but reading Db. Doherty's card, 1 thought 1 would call and see him. as lie charged no thing for consultation. I had an interview with the Doctor at bis office, in Sacramento street, and Lis fee for treatment was so reasonable. I determined to try him, though I did not expect much benefit from bis treatment' On the stb of De cember last 1 placed myself under his care. In one week I found myself very much improved, and now, after five weeks treatment, 1 feel myself thoroughly cured of all my troubles, and in the enjoj ment of the best of health. Hoping that my experience may be oi benefit to others similarly afflicted, I subscribe myself JAMES JOHNSTON. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 35th day of Janua ry, a. d.. 1864. A. O. RANDALL, Notary Public. Jl.»-] TO FEMALES.—When a female is in trouble, or afflicted with disease, as weakness of the back and limbs, pain in tbs head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power, palpitation of the heart, irritability, uei vou&uess, extierne urinary diffi culties, derangement of digestive functions, general debility, vaginitis, all diseases ot the womb, hysteria, sterility, and all other diseases peculiar to females, she should go or write at once to the celebrated female Doctor, W. K. Doblrtt, at bis Medical Institute, and c< nsult him about her troubles and disease. The Doctor is effecting more cures than any other Physician in the Slate of California. Let no false delicacy prevent yon. but apply immediately, and save yo»rself from painful sufferings ami premature death. All married la die* w dose delicate health or other cii on instances prevent an in crease In their families, should write or rail at Dm. W. K. Do herty's Medical Institute, and they will receive every possi ble relief and help. The Doctor’s offices are so arranged that be enu be consulted without fear of observation. TO CORRESPONDENTS.—Patiemts residing in aay part of the Stale, however distant, who may desire the opinion and advice of Dr. Doherty on their respective cases, and who think proper to submit a w ritten statement of sash. in pref erence to bolding a personal interview, are respectfully assur ed that their communications will be held um*t sacred. Dr. Doherty takes this opportunity ot observing that ail letters are opened and replied to only by himself, and t^ptlatter as promptly as possible. If the case be fully and candidly des cribed, personal communication will be superseded, as In structions for diet, regimen, and the general trvHtmeat of ths case itself (including the remedies) will be forwarded without delay, and in such a manner as to convey no idea of the pur port of the letter or parcel so transmitted. Consultation, by letter or otherwise, free. Permanent cure guaranteed omo pay. Address. 4:52. W. K. DOHERTY, M. D., San Fraucieco, CaL OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. “ Dr. DOHERTY is a skillful physician and honorable gen tleman. Any statements he makes to his patient# be is sura to fulfill. That fact is one great cause of bis eminent success in his profession. It is fortunate that among the many ad vertising physicians there is one who can be depended on.”— Review. ‘Dr. DOHERTY'S reputation as a physician is a sufficient guarantee for the cure of any case be undertakes.”— Chronicle. “ Dr. DOHERTY has devoted his study more particularly to chronic, specific and secret practice, and as such is now tbu most snccessful physician in San Francisco." —Free Jhrtss. “ Dr. DOHERTY’S reputation is second to no other physi clan on the coast in chronic and specific practice.”— Mirror. 1 Dr. DOHERTY'.—Few men in the medical profession faavu included in gaining the confidence of the public in their skillwid judgment as he has.”— Enquirer. ‘Da. DOIIEKTT ranks as one of our most distinguished physicians, and also one of the most successful, wbich is now the criterion by which the medical practitioner is judged.”— Echo. Dr. DOHERTY ei\Joys a more extensive practice than any plyrilcian in this Slate.”— Express. SPERMATORRHOEA. DR. DOHERTY has just published au important pam phlet embodying bis own views and experiences in relation to Impetence or Verility ; being a short treatise on Sperma torrhoea or Seminal Weakness, Nervous and Physical debili ty consequent on this afiection, and other diseaseaof the Sex ual Organs. This little work contains Information of the utmost vain* to all, whether married or single, and will be sent FREE by mail on receipt of SIX CENTS in postage stamps for return postage. Address W. K. DoiIERTY, M. D-, San Francisco, Cal. TAX NOTICE. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I County o» Tbuiity, j Notice is hereby given that the Delinquent Tux list in and for Trinity coun ty, Slate of California, for the fiscal year of 1867-’6B has this day been deposited with the District Attorney of said county, and if the de> linquent taxes therein specified are not paid to the county Treasurer within TWENTY DAYS from the posting of notices as required by law, action will be commenced by said District At. torney for the collection of said taxes and costs. Dated Weaverville, November 25, 1867. 48:to. A. J. LOOMIS, Co. Auditor. R. S. INTERNAL REVENUE NOTICE. Taxes on the annual list for the year 1867 are now due. Payment will be re ceived at the office of the County Clerk, Wea. verville, on and after the Btb day of January, A. D. 1868. 0. H. P. KORCROSS, Deputy Collector 3d District, California. By M. F. Gairrm, Deputy. Weaverville, January 8, 1868. l:3i. INSURANCE AGENCY. The undersigned has been appoint ed Agent for Trinity county of the Pacific In* suraoce Company. Parties holding Policies is. sued by that Company are informed that the same are in no way affected by the failure of Green, hood A Newbauer. A. LOFFJiAN. Weaverville, Augnst 35. 1867. 34:te. 49- The Trlalty Journal costs only Five | Dollars • Tear, load It Haaso.