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RUFUS SHOEMAKER. Bnrroit. OtlAftft VAM.FV, .| NM . |M9. AUK'S r « . A. LwwntiiT >» our dt,lr Agent */ l««raireote !Je mar b* f©uo<l at f.7 J ** Mn CfJ \S A C it AXE ta mt »<■•!© Agent in Faa Fnwiuo Ht U empower© 4 to r»cei*r t i*e tr.onts. and receipt for the <*m© He ma* be found at 63 Merchant strait, up *ta!r«. MIR PRESIDENT OF THE I'. STATES, DANX S. DICKINSON «»l *rrr lark. FOR THE PRESIDENT. JAMES a. GHEEN Ol Min«onri. Subject tn the u<*iiiinaii«m« ©f the I entocmtic Ns• fi«ual CmMention Mr. Cha*. A Crano will hcreafter act a?* agent for the Nation*/' in Sun Francisco, lie may be found at No. f.3. Merchant itreeg. All advert ieementa obtain'd l»y Mr. Fiobcr, our late agent, and not yet act tied for. will be attended to by Mr. K. I'olilarnl. lion. Pill I Moore. Hip favorite candidate of the Democracy of Ntraila county for tlie speakership of the Assembly, baa keen de feated. The combination of politician* against him were to heavy for hi- popularity cflicicncy and 'nullification, to contend a gainst, before the can n» of the Democratic portion of the asaemided wi-dom! Moore had to go under to 'gain n point'#* the pol itician* said, anil hi* clean Democratic record wap of no use against the the aforesaid point. An eye was had. on the part of the politi cian*. toward* the next S. ua'oriul election, and they thought sonic one would be hurt by his election to the speakership. Whither the politician* gained the •point' i* a (pie lion for the future, but they muy find that a •point' made i* not a political succ' *. *I.a ltiatn men' and ‘Washington men' may not lie *o successful a* were •Gwiu men’ and ‘Broderick men.' and they may find out that a man who is no man's man is not to be slaughtered for their combined point*. Mi must r.ny that llic caucua hud no par tic ii I a r man in view when tb y nominated Mr. Stratton for Speaker: but that the poli tical tricksters and wire pullers ol Sacra mento did urge that Mr. Moore was a Wi ll r man, In order to defeat him, wc do know.— There seem- d to be a determination to ntt.iek Gov. Weller, and prejudice hi* chances h r Senator, by thcpolitic.au. : and they endeav ored to force Mr. Moore into a position fa vorable to the Governor, in ord r to rebuke Weller by def ating Moore. True, they did not make Mr. Moore take a position favora ble to Governor Weller: hut the endeavor goes to *how the war which i* to be made, aud the game to be played. Whether Ibis senseless attack on a democrat who is ccr tainlv a sound one. will result in his injury, is lint hard to determine. I‘rt mature attacks make persecution, and carrying those attack* into small contests, show * malice. There were some thoughts of Congressmen urged to influence in the mutter of speaker ship. Would-be congressmen combined with Senators ill expectancy, to defeat one man for the speakership. All light: gentlemen! We have heard of bullock* who had ribbeu? t'cil on their borus. and rosettes on lluir tides, and tbry were always led to lie slaugh tered for sacrifice to the gods. Ernliyo Con gressmen will find that they are only being ‘Ixuil up' for the bcuvlit of Senators to br t lected. Agreement* by big politicians lor the slaughter ed little om -i always come lx fore the big one* begin to light inch other. A merry time uiav lie expe cted in thcgioliti cal world of California, when the Senab r i* to he elected. ‘Eudoise the Adiiiinistiation' will be the grand arguint nt urged by eacli in bis own favor. Let tl-c war bogiu and let the party sell out to men. Wiiiu Lkiiisi.ativk Cams.—This body Convened somewhere in Snerumnito, Monday night la*t. We thought we saw it sitting on the steps of the capitol. chew ing tobacco, while the ‘regular democrats' of the Assem bly were killing oil 1‘hil. '1 be proceedings were about n* follows :—lion. K. F. llurton Senator from Nevada County, was called to the ( hair, ai d Mr. Buruu was appointed fee. Oil motion of Edwaid 1. liurlou. the caucus proceeded to i.i initiate officers ol the Scuale. .Senator Bui loti was uiiaiiimou.-ly nomiuatid for President pro tun of llpf Sen' ate. tuber otiici is wire uominated, when the caucus threw out its qui. of tobacco arid uiljiurued lei 'meet at the polls' iu Septem ber next. *-»'TIh: weather here at tbe present time is clear and sunny, tlic roads rapidly drying, tlie stages making good time, the miners doing well, tbe cbildruu just fmishiug their New Year's candy, the boys all getting sober and * swearing off ' till Christmas, and every laxly about seem happy and contented. We would have been iu good spirits but for the effects of Sacramento ha, which kept on r head tinging, and were dunned fora drygoods bill. “There’s a drop of biller ■u.man'a sweetest cup.” THE OLD YEAR AND THE NEW. Apparently, dear reader*, we passed th> old year by. without saving farewell and tie incoming of IMS. without a salulntlon — A* we would not hare yon think for a mo tnent that we wonld treat yon with so little courtesy and manifeet onreelrea eo nnmor ed by such an erent as to pass it by in total silence, we will do onreelrea the juellce to fay that we did pnt to paper a eollnqnv with yon. upon the enlijeeta which elionld at aoeh a time, engage our attention and *• rione reflection : but our little sheet would not hold everything and we had to leave it nut. We do wish yon dear reader*, a “ Happy New Year.’’ with all the earnertneea of which we are cnpnlde. We ferrentlr wish that ynnr coitrac of life may Ite eurh that all your act* may be directed with mch pru dence. wisdom and circumspection that you will nerer hare occasion to feel the pang* of regret and self condemnation. We do hope thnt you will learn wisdom from the past and sad experience of your fellow men to fneli a degree that you will avoid mistakes, misfortunes and ttnhappines. We dn hope thrt the coming year which Is constantly anil rapidly passing aw.ir. will find you realons. (inn and philosophical seek ers after true ami substantial happiness. Kver remember thl* truth: It devolves upon yourselves, whether you are happy and contented, or miserable and wretched. It was (rod that gave us this world and when he did so. be pronounc'd it noon. This was more than six thousand year* ago; and now that we have railroads ami steamlmats and magm tic telegrai ha and sewing machines and power looms and prin ting machines, we cannot tail think that It is belter thnn it was at that time. Tim world is noon—there is no mistnke uhont it. and now readers, if yon don't have a good time down bore, why. charge it nil to your selves. for yon see who is to blame. This is decidedly the prettiest terrestrial country we know anything a! out. and we doubt v«ry much whether there is as good land, as fine a climate ami as valuable mineral, ns big crops of w heat and barley raised, or bigger cabbages or more potatoes to the acre in ntiv othrr world voyaging through the regions of eternal space. It is all weakness and nonsense for a mnn to be talking about discontent nnd nnhappl. n»ss in a country like California, particu larly where tlo-re is so much substantial wealth open to accumulation by every one. and so much of grandeur nnd beauty ami glory being poured in upon his soul w herev er he goes. He regular, temperate in all things, indus trious. energetic, prrsevering. polite, strict ly honest, life within your income, pay ynnr debt*, cultivate that which is pure nnd lieautifiil. let your motives in life tie exnltpil nnd nnlde. love God and you will be happy, not only this year, but in all the years that are to come. The above eloquent article whs prepared by the editor pro Inn., while the regular was absent. lie hag returned now and in glad that the highly poetienl article is writ ten and in type. The repnlar editnr takes the opportunity to give some practical ad vice. and to the readers of tin A'alional heps leave to say that if they will he virtu ous throughout the year 1M9. they will lie happy and prosperous, and if they pay rep- | ulnrly their printer's hills they will he hies, sod by all the craft and he puffed into great importance liefore the public. Who will be the first to send ua $5 for a year's advauce subscriptioo ? Goon Looking. —It is thought the present Legislature is the finest in personal appear ance of any similar body ever convened in our state. From what we saw we ‘ concur’’ in the opinion. There were many editors in Sacramento on the occasion ot the assem bling of the Legislature, nnd they were, as a body, tielter looking than the member*.— Itan. Gelwicks, the portly editor of the Mountain Democrat, took the premium for beauty. The others are almost as pretty as Dao. The Nevada Journal wears at its pink the names of Daniel 8. Dickenson sndjnmes 8. Gn en frr President and Vice President. [San Francisco Times. The Times had better send us its paprr to llratt 1’ul/et, and not to Nevada, and quit cracking jokes at the Nevada Journal.— Wuile will be "mad as thunder” when he sees the above joke of the Times. ?■*>' A Convention of the cimn.i “ioned officeri of tin California militia is to ho hoi den at Sacrnmento on the 17th instant. The Convention will act with a view to change the militia Inw of the state, so a* to enenur ape ami sustain efficient military companies The convention will prol'nldy agree upon some time niul place at which to Lolil a grand encampment of the military of the state. The Nevada Uifies. we understand, are burnishing up their weapons, and sew ing buttons <>n their pants in anticipation ot the encampment. Infant School. —Mrs J. llronk late as sistant in the Public School, has opened, at Hami/ton llall, an "Infant School," to wbic all small children are admitted. Mrs II. is peculiarly qualified lor such a task, and it is to be hoped she will meet with that encour agement which this new enterprise in this place moat richly merits. .4ttnrhm'til l.mr, The object of an Attachment Law i* to *e •nrt* the creditor, while it doe* oo Injustice to the debtor, ft in to compel a dt*lit«»r to •otnplf with bi»» promise 10 pay money— to force b?m. In all justice, to comply with a •ontract which he has entered into of bia own free will. When A engage* to let B haTe two hun dred dollar* in money, provided he will pay it Itack lo him in two months, with interest, it ia nothing more than right that B should pay the money at the time specified and if right, it ia nothing more thnu justice that law should empow er A to collect the amount if II has property from which the money can Ik* made. The law which doca not bind the property of II to pays his debt to A, l* unjust and im perfect. The pretent attachment law virtually a mounts to nothing. In repealing the old at t. tchment law and substituting ihe one uow on the st itute books ih** 1* g slature nliroga ted there ki.nl of law's altogether. Tl *• ope lotion of th** present law is such that iinv man, who ia *o disposed, can avoid p vug If* debts entirely. at.d leave bis credilrn not only to lose his <!« b». bu* to pay the c*»-t - of attempting to get wbal i- hi* own. As (be statute now stands »he d*h!*»i is warned & frequently templed to mak*- fraud ulent conveyance of his property. What is the use of ruing a debtor for money, ••.hen it depends upou his honor whether he will pay it or not. No man ha- a right to engage to pay money unless he has the means by which he can surely comply with his obliga tion; and. win n lie tails to comply, his prop* erty should Is* bound by law to pay Ilia debt* in the order of their prosecution; liecuuse the man wiio is mo-1 watchful ol If* butdneM should be rewarded lor his sagac ty by hav ing his debt liquidated first of all The execution should always he sufficient* ly stayed to allow the debtor time to settle if possible; but after a reasonable time, sale should lake place, and in the oicauwhile the property he held by law. to secure the cred itor. The old law was well ndupted to Cal ifornia. and it. or something similar, should be restored to the statute book, or attach ment laws done away with in Into. Men are running aw ay from the mountain min* ing towns continual 1 ?, in debt, und their pockets full ot money, yet tin re is no re course. and the confiding creditor must suf fer, wbile the knave, under the protection of the law. goes unmolested. Some of the papers talk of the pasting** of a law of such nature that as soon as one creditor shall attach the property of a debtor all other creditors can do the sane*, with the right ol having the t fleets ot th*- debtor divi ded am nig them equally. With such a lrw creditor* would have no assurance ot getting anything if they did attach the propeiiyof the debtor, as it would be impossible, in the first oluee. to know how many creditors the debtor might have, abd then the enormity of the costs would absorb any moderate amount of property, as it would have to bt adminis tered upon as if the person were d< ad. There is no virtue in half way ground.— The property must be promptly hound, by law for the benefit of the creditor, or there Is, in effect, no attachment lew at all. Bet ter have no law for the collection of money, but let all obligations lie those of honor, than such au attachment law as we now have. Public Wool We are a little astonished at the email number of pupils attending our public school. This school should be taught by as good a teacher as can be procured, and we should think that the community wo'd consult their interest, nod the welfare of their children in concentrating their support upon this school, instead of dividing their children out among private teachers in squads of ten or Uftccti at a place. It is a settled fact, we think, that children advance with more rapidity, and are heller educated in public schools, or a here they are throun in contact with a large number of pupils, than in private one*, where their contact with other children is more limited. The word Education, in its true sense, does not simply imply scholastic learning, but re* fers to everything in connection with tie training of youth for success and usefulness when they sbwll become men and women. They should therefore, at Hn nrly period, he subject to the trials and conflicts, on a small scale, that must necessarily befall them in alter life. Children that have been raised tenderly rmely succeed so well in the world as those fhnt have been made to feel their might, and rely upon themselves. To succeed eminently in the world, we all know, requires energy, p* r-everance, win cointtge, a util, ttitti a resolution unshaken ly ait) Cain III. !•» lli.it may overlsk us. These iuv al liable moral qualities arecniti valid, ami no doubt often acquired, by pro pet education; by teaching a child looter come physical difficulties by toil, unit placing | him iu constant and vigorous competition with other children, as is the case iu a public I school. Iu the proper education of children, con i slant releience should be made m all the dia [ cipline to ubicb we aubjecl them, to the part j they may be called upon to act iu mature life. Union is strength in everything ; anil it would be nltog olier better, both iu an econ omicul and educational point of view lor the people ot Grass V alley ibchool District, to ceuter their support on the public school, aud if it is not already, make it such an in stitution as is calculated to bestow spon chil dren that refined, moral and acholaatlc col' tnre a* will eminently lit them for *he fclgh 1 and rcaponaibile dutiea of an American citi I fn. The public acbool fund ha« nearly doubled ! nince ft**- la«t apportionment. from the pro I cc*»ds of the aclmola landa. and the expense of tuition at the Public school for the year to come ought to be trifling. Sricmr.—Coroner Baiey. Thnraday lnat. held an 1nqnr«t on the hody of one Allen, which wa« f onnd in a cabin on Wolf Cr ek about one mile below (irara Valley, b rom the cirrnm«tanrea. it nppeara Allen commit ted atiicide. uaing a ahot gun. by attaching a string to th° trigger, and *ttlng It off with Ida toe. The whole charge entered hia left aide, below the riba, making a most horrible wound. On the person of the deceaaed were found n few dollara in iilver, and a letter dated at San Franciaeo pometime in 1856 — The letter showed that A lieu had been an apnNcant for some kind of »n appointment, aa the letter stated that no more appoint ment* eon Id be made on the Pac’fle Coast. n>*d recommend*d that he oceed to Salt hAv to m»ke apnlica’io a* thereby he would gain greater glo h ia inferred from t|»U b'tier that the eased was a Mor mon and w ant- d lieera pr»«ch. Allen wo** la«t aeen alive Sunday night, between which time and Thursday morring, wh»*n the body wraa found, he committed the foolish net. He waa an Englishman and a* bout thirty five year* of age. His cabin »a only a feu y.irda from theaenne of ilr* Bren nan tragedy. The coroner's jury returned a verdict of ‘suicide while laboring under insanity. Old Rlnrk'« V.crfurr. A. Delano. E*q , (Old Block) delivered Ibt* second lecture of the cour-e proposed to bo given during tlie *en«on, on the evening of Wednesday lu*t. h1 the Congregational Cbureli. ton large nm] intellidual audience. Mr. Delano** lecture v.hs profoundly gn logical. and Illustrated by diagram*. II" account* for the origin of quartz vein* by the upheaving and c ticking of th • earth, through which crack*, the liquid -ib x wia •quirted out. while among it trickle* from above the melted oro. Science pet* the world into a terrible fix sometime*. and it i* extremely difficult in accepting theories of grnlogUl*. cbemi«t* ( etc. to fell where Coil left off nil) •cb-nce commenced To hern* geologist* talk, and chemist* •peculate, the world certainly was. in the beginning. a very indifferent affair.— They mn*t fell Imw rock come. n.;d I he %oi| wa* made—how vegetMt'un orig'mitid the tree* grew, and the mountain* npl « tw«|.— Nothing we now «e*» i» a* it came from tl o Great Eternal. AH ha* been chungr 1 We can*t l»e content to pay the world. In the be ginning. w*« in a manner n* gier‘>»u« n* we now behold it. The gold, tiie qtinrlz. the mountain*, and lake*, are not a* G...1 mul them, but have nil been scientifically pro duced by phy*lcal causes. so the bb*n «e.-»na to be science, and not God. made the world. I. O. of Touocnicin Cami- No. 27. 1 0. r.f K . was organised in this place. Dec. 31. Isift. by L. K. V.Coon.E-q.. M. W. L.of tin- Supreme Council. n:><) the nffic rs inntallcd for tlie ensuing win: annual term ns follows : — T. M. Wood, C. It.: J. W. Nyc. D R : T S. I.evy. Sec.; A. B. Brady. Trias.: T. Hull. C : Bar. I I!. Fioh. 1‘.: I*. Bellinger, II.; T. II Mot. M : B II. Whiting. I*t f; T. M. Wood. A. B. Brady. T. S. Bevy, anil r. Bellrnger were elected Delegate* to the Grand Camp, T. O. of K., of the State of California. with characlerlaiic kind ness has snppliec ns nilh City and Atlantic papers ahead of the mails. Spencer sells books and things cheap ter cash. @P~ S. P. Dorsey, the polite and gentle manly agent of Wells Fargo A Co., has laid on onr table files of Eastern papers from the Unitse of J. W. Sullivan of San Francisco. Kobbkkt. —The House of John Burnett, near the Soda Factory, was enterd by burg lars on Thursday morning last between Sand 12A.M. while the occupant were absent, and robbed of a pistol ami gold watch valued at $100. 5b*v- Mrs Swissheltn denounces kissing at social country parties. She never denoun ced it when she »a« young and her lips were at'ractive. How very proper these old ladies get tube. Why should not the n collections of their own youth teach them to have some *vni|iathy with us young folks ? A golden wedding anniversary was com memorated at Pawtucket. R. I.. lately. The host and bostest were a Mr. and Mrs. Dexter. Au interesting incident of the oc casion was the presence of an old printer. Captain Jones, who •• set up” the marriage notice for the couple filly years a go. and who read it to the guest from the original pa per. p9~ According to Geology and I.oulzen heiser'a Almanac. New Year's day and the Fourth of July don't come on the same day of the month. A Sheriff in Michigan made the following return upon a writ served on a delinquent debtor: "Abequ*tulandum damnum est. up um stnmpnm, non comatibns intwampo.” PROGRESS IMPOSSIBLE. rnr. ooal reached at a Bnrxo. We call (hi«> the age of Progress. If i* *o- Tut in some departments of science discov eries have been mode, and practical systems : ntro<1iiced. which leave nothing to be d**sir »*d in th*' way of improvtnant. and which, in ♦act. preclude progress by giving us perfec t’on at the outset. For example, when Pro cessor Hollow at, seme twenty-five years ago. gave to the world his inestimable reme dies. he seem* to have left nothing efen for himself to achieve, in ihe treatment of human malari'e*. The progress of the demand for his Pills and Ointment has. indeed, been an* paralelled in the history of medicine; but be has found no reason to alter a single ingre dient or vary a proportion. We therefore class the sovereign antidotes for external and Internal diseases **itb which that dirtin gu'shed medical reformer has hle«sed the world, among the inventions which are per fected at their birth. Our method of arriving at a correct ap preciation of ihe respective merits of oppos ing systems. is by a comparison. Now, we buve seen a great deal of what is called rrg u/urpractice. and do not hesitate to say it fails more frequently than it succeeds This is not the case with Holloway’s Pills and Ointment. In man/ instances —some of which should Ik* specified if space permitted —we have seen the*e remedies effect com plete and permanent cures, when eminent members of the faculty had exhausted their rtpetoircs without finding anything that would even allrviatt the agonies of th«dr pa tients. Testimony confirmatory of our own observations on the subject is continually pouring in from all parts of the Union, and we cannot refuse credence alike to our ow n sense*, the common sense of the public, and the a'mo«t universal opinion t»r our brethren of the press. The case as between the FaeuPf and Prof Il'dlowray seem* to stand thus ; The faculty have tiie prestige cf antiquity. authority and tl-n^e. Holloway, on the tille r hand, is not a man • f mouldy maxims. Small resf»f*rt fi t* he for Galen and gammon. H** c'tes no author ities save living witnesses and coteinporary fact* A few pages suffice to develop his evstem and embr*ce his simple directions.— He do iounces mercury and all corrosive poisons, nod does not t«*liere that life can »,«* saved by draining it* fountain*.* Above nil he furnishes the u hole civil'z* d and no small portion i f the semi bar*mrian and *»vngi world, w ith a Pii.i. and an OiNTMRbT. whleli appear to accomplish all that the Faculty , r.’ei at but in five ca- -s out of six fail to ef- | f* ct For di*ra*f-s of the sto.*n ich. the liver. [ t* •* bowels and k : dio*rs. u- well ;is for ord». 1 n iry ptiTmnr nrv nffict'ors. the Pu.iji »r»- j atoolnie *pcc : fie*: nod the sufiei< r from ex- j t« rnal disorders or injorn* may recover :in d*T the operation of the Ointmfnt. when no th:ng rice will stfr-- hlia.—-*• .Yet them Ft Tfi»rrit«1 ?r <» VaU<\' Jauurt . . i,.. V.' IT * I» ■ •* P M t 1 1 nk I • •3* iIollnway,i Ointment ;»*i 1 1'ill—tuition in llic »iek — i!»« *e isv. liubii* | *rr lion* have Win rountrrfHtcJ.it mil! be tom tli:»t tht* water-mar'... * I ».!•.« v. ,'V » Yw.k and I.ou don.'* in on every -beet of the prunph-t' in *hich tl.r Ointu.cnt and I’il!-- are To liudtbia test of a u then tic ty, hold tIt•• j *1* to t o 1. -1 1 Ault i* .*» matter of d«ep *. 10 • ru t.. ;!,«• ricHm* m r »pt it«, ranMtt’Ui, icrofuiui; abJctl.tr . xte. usldw non that they have the crntiin* Ointment, an e*iuallv important to dy»| < plic*. l*i!.•*»«* p.ttientv an t all *u'h-/er * from -n t-rual comphtirV* H at they have the trot I’ilht, *« i»> .’ouwwu 4 . a ;aicfi.l »cru tin In all ca*«t JVEW TO-DAY. CHA*. A. CH NB, ADVKR USING AGENCY, *3 .if kim*ei r» i kthI':i:t. (I |» S T A I H S ) SAN FKANCISTO. I'AILY BFE s. > anouka* T,p» rnrMvr. .**. A. lUiar .*.v .-'r..r Jmiij r»n v hu Nt.tr.*. Columbia- Hau:r $.1 Ir.in»« :at. Iluru.;«. |.*tx»u I'WIMTCfl. IhImiP CONTRA (.OflTlU liaZKTTE. Martinet. Nam C'itt iinuut, Napa City. NEVA l*A NATION/*I.. Gra-n Valley. IIumda Smtxn Benicia. 1’ AClFlC JOURNAL. Eugene City. i» T. SHERIFF’S SALE. BY virtue ot an Execution to me directed. iasued out ol t .e |»i»tiiet Court of t’.v 14th Judicial hutrict, iu and for Nevada county. State of Califor nia, on a Judgment rendered in ►aid Court on the lfit day of l-eceiuber. A 1». 186*. in lavor of «*W». If ilOl l HEK rial* and againat WM C. sTKBBINS lor the duni of One lluunied and Sixty-three l>ul!arii and Seventeen ceot*. ($10317 100) .nd c»v*t* of unit —For the -ale of tht foUnwin* dtetribed property, to wit • All the right, title and interest of the riaiutifT* in and to the Mill and Machinery and all the appur tenance* thereto belonging. awn Hointiil* vidter Bight*. Flume* au-1 the appurtenance* thereto. used b\ *iid 1 Uiutift* for conveying eater to »aid Mill and known a* the Eldorado or Kelley d Mill. u*ed lor cradling <i u * r tf rock. Notice id hereby given that I will expoie to pub lic *alr. all the’ above dencribed property to the bight at bi tier for ca-li. in front of the Court House door in the City of Nevada on Tuesday the 1st day ot February. A. D.. lHdu, between the hour*,of lea o'clock. A. X .and Four o'clock 1*. M. i.iveu under my band thia 2Stb day ot I»ec., U»48. 8. fa BORING. Sheriff Nevada Co. 24 3t By t»eo \V. Leut art, Peputy. CONSTABLE’S SALE. State of ( alifornia —County of Nevada. Township of Eureka, m. By virtue of an Execution to me delivered. i««ued out of the Jrdticc Court of Eureka T«twnahip, Coon ty ol Nevada, in favor of Jacob Hoff net and ngain*t L-E. Wilcox, I na»e seized, and shall espo*e for sale ut P ubllc auction, at 1 o'clock, on the 24th day of January. A l> IH6t*. a* Orleena Flat, the following deacnbed property, to wit All the right, title and interest of the nbore named pefendcnl to a certain Flvtue situated ou Humbug creek Ooun ty wt Neruda, and known a* the Humbug . all-* Hu r , ng (omiany. or so much thereof as va ill •atidfy the. abort* mentioned Execution, the sum "f Eighty two M) l(*o Hollar* [$$2 60 100) and accruing COdtd. Hated ha >4 day of January, A. P. 166d 34 at R. SHELTON, Const. A CARD TO TliK I*I Hi.it . • Inndrr aad Malice t lpo ,, ( | l PROFESSION if, m H vriFR YJVr»!CATFJ>!! ' ATTEMPT To UrwSCPON THE PUBLIC!! ? fw, nnrot.fr ..f >mii the mWlgaeri u. wn • Ur »« ,nr *'•«’.It" Of rovHe, , n>l whkh he U, ,1,,, kr refrained from „«t!cinft. •« ! * T were Cy*n\r and fefonicoslv n a**e but now U.«t the. -ro.H„. direetle from o.ten.lMr ,.„,f,«. j " n * 1 """ «n n«le nriblr |»o'.«.|nn.! |r >i 0.11-ml, he feel. it <lu. to hint,elf hi" thoH.tn.** of Mend. In CnUfornU, „| 10 h.re hren ree„., r ,i from the brink of the gr... throofi. hi. .hill th, tbnu..nd, of others .he m.r h.mtfter n„.» , his profession.! servlet* to M , , >pHlKlp|- c.lutntilatorH, .n-i m .k. rnaulfe.. th , ,. nwor , h , ma , tive* by which they hsvr lee* a n «j n< u fccUia1r4 Ab«»ut on* ?nr Ago. ascertaining that th* extra ordinary success I enjnved In Catltcrtiia bad slr.plel Kfout as th* object of especial attack frem \Wt who#* lack of prr ?es*io«*l »kf 11. want of industry or other inaptitude had left them till! Innocent <\\ practice, to auch an extent a« to compel thru, to * 0 «*h a precanous livelihood by other meant than that of a profe«ain In which they were evidently out of their proper element, 1 forwarded to Phil* delphia auch untu Ufa It able voucher*, that by their incontestable evidence, and by meant of the atte* tationa of professional ami other gentlemen of Irre i bable character, th# NklKLPBU CUI l.WilOF IIKOICISF. wat plea** I to accord me * J'llTJJM.v. together with th* honorary tide of A. I Th». proceeding on the part of the Philadelphia College, was so pa I pa ble , so crushing a rtl.uk to those a bo had ilatidciel my professional character in this country. that I find them giving rent to their potty splecu id the U Howit.tr paragraph, published in the November unmb*t of the ' Pacific Medical an-l 8urgic.il Journal " “The Pennsylvania l'uiv*i«itv has conferred the honorary degree of M lh on a nolorbu- charlatan* 1 of this city How much did the ancient and hotMP rahle University receive for .he prostitution of its venerable sea IF” It ia Altogether unnecessary to point out the r,|. thy venom of the above paragraph, which, at one ■ weep accuses the whole Kaculty of one of uui moat revered lleiicil Institutions with tlie vilest pos-iole corruption, and presuppose* them eapable of b.*ing purchased. It is eb'ar that the writer of the uu manly paragraph measured the faculty by hi* nan gunge. A month afterwards. th“ fol!>*iitg < .■***nt a--/--if tr appe.iied ia the sane journal for 1 ecember WV ma te a vriois mistake. U»t month inanuoun elm: that the i eiiusvl. ami l niver*lty liad c< u>rr c l tic Honorary degree «d M. I*. «.n a rotonou* cnarUlan of tl.t. city. V» t c«»ul l In. lit .. 1.. v* it wi» .«* writing it, but wekadbeen -o ... «c:l> tliiom. »d that wreouli »»• *t with ve.i'<>n < *t llui -inre then lia* lug >i*eu tlie catalogue «*t graduate*. ol‘ tiii« itu.v.iise ! I ttr»r*it.>. *« a/** pleased lo mi l il*ullie i< . Ci .i-noao. It was re-e . v«d tor the com par a i v «-|y u -w luititutlou— the Phil idelphis be.’.ical Iti.iNf—U> O'l.lir tm» honorary degreo- V\cbndlh« nafii- ihla rli-rUlnii consj ieu. *** in it- l»*t of gn*.t iNtb. with tin-'iuio i>hH* A K nj fcn ’esl it is to uo.ih>u* «'■> uiotivo lor even to** ueophtte Colkge t » Haw dfgia .e it* **•. 1 IV. r - il n' that the integrity nil character of tlie honor. jIc la*titutiun .rom which I rv.v.ved n.y Idplouta 1* called iu question and in tne above eater t. 1 w<;uld have . ten i-'.s-t-d that . \r, tti • icove. knowing v* 1 do *iid *• ti.r | 'iblic of hnl • !nri*‘» « -c». that ti e fan . t of th*' r« ,'t: !* c*. h .tiir-idy dra .tii by mu* u.erit •jo*c».i»i. j j. i t it**, atiC. II i l it i* p. an i» * fy • m w l»« ;« r ■: .r cliarncUr is ki. .»n Hut, to obi late all < hancr-* .4 ,. ,r> t. r* j . tatiou ol the Honorable Faculty o: th* I hil .i i; h<* loliege 1 make the full -ving | !..tn -tid ,i.i. i-l atatement i • r# ill II i;l . *•• ' ibse nji i.tly Ii'Lii'm m i in il«*r-e*i '.»y ili«: Ji- t'| |o i.iau lti*titnt< a? \ •!.. .* S.IOII af er liung.-iry in* Itat.ie land. It.« } ti 'll.' + off tne A»»*t. an y.-iv. a*id n.>|tiled t.« i * ointr* an*| I'berty I to*d. up mm., in her •;« lane* aril aas tp ,i »e ! to fan I tti the Me.ti nl a«n# in the n* y »i li**n- I giadi »<i •! i ■ •• • h • . » i * i'.v In'.uii t-> all Mint. *• i*t» *! • * *.d • • f * th* r * I found mvrelt an • vile irotii m native hit**! uni .cprivoff by that • a lie of all liib* at. I ur.viir.v* i h id forme>\ ftpi ie>l in tint rountry r, i t , .\u>*tiia in th- hurry «»f m* rtf. lit i -**• ! l»n --t.i.'. and being an exile, could nevai .g,.in <•' t. ti »l * i*-* 1 itut.on of renewal of my IhPLOMt. I had. how r\cr |ie • v* 5 the »kill lor wliicd that IHplouiu had h- • o awar. > ' and winch I no nmd preud to*ay, ti.e p«-»|de < I-forn * iiuve m.'ntde iiolora* I Mure u - ie~s .<n • in Jbe»i nnU*t. Fortunately. I had trie ml* -u I i.i! . •U lphia and athei Atlant •• citu-a, who It. < tnvaelf. were »-\ik* , and Wing personally of (ho trutli of tin above atalcment*. I trsn-mitt.d tin requWte Toucher* id tloir wh*o they .eviraliv made iMth t*« Ibv fact* before the llcnnrable I » ' ty of the Philadelphia College and /lo ir own in* t*ruachabU c?.ar.*eifr!* an I -Uadf.isf mtegnty i iimloulited the H"i«»rab|w i anally iiume !lately re corded me the Hifiovi now in my po*»e «iuu An I no« . who arc my traducer* F What i« their t iti iin/ * hen compare l to the Honorable !«••:»r.. ■ I •cientific ge nth men wh« m fF.ty ee »i»‘*nly and maUclouahi' «s*ail in order to vent abu-e ij^m rueF It i» !tolori9u» dial the conductor* of ti P» cllic Me iica) ami r*urgi<-#l J« uinal** l<a\« in t beet able to maintair tlien.M-lve* Hy the prac’ire «f tl.e Ueiuhl I’mffoioe, but have irequenttly bes-n c*jW pel led f.> lia/e recent *e to other employment* Whether their miaforturne m this re pect proceed* from u want of skill, want of« u«*rgy .vn : tn iuatry. **r a pleutilu: lack of braid- ?t N not for ui* t»» *»y but the people of Calitorula w ith whom they cUhu to have reaulesl lor eweral year*, have pronounced their verdict in the protui*av by u-vt iotru«ting them with the care of lltoir health an ! hnppio*** 1 have n-.w oulytoadd. In proof ot the charge that their amuIU are the reaulta of err. iou* malice, that one of the editor* of tne Medical aud .•surgical Jour ual tt£i exeedmgSr to become my partuer prior to my reception of a Uirtoxa from the lltu. %i>klpiiu Mxpk ai. CotxaoB . and yet he he*itatr* not to asaail me now, even alter that document ba* been accorded to me together with the honorary title of A K. I have now been before the public of for ,V.W!...!»•'■* !' » in my poa»c**icn. from people of the flr*t standing and iutelligencr. would of them *elre« be a auAcient rt'futation from the sUniery iuueud<>«* of a Journal which if not t* ongnired bf the Meslical I'rofoasiun generally an*! which almost everybody ku* w* to be little better than an adTer I tt«ing medium fur men who skulk under it* x»miiu ed title of ’'Sargieal and Medical" to lay thru wares before the public, anil at the sameAtiue are garrulous and vindictive to all who employ the regu larly acknowledged medium of intercourse with the public, I. e : the Public Press. With these remarks ! 1 leave th* subject for the cosideration of the liberal and enligbtend people. L. J CZAPKAY, M D ! lavte Chief burgeon of the Hungariao Army end lioo»- rary lirml*er of the Philadelphia Collegeof Medici at 8 au F rancisco, lb*c. 24 HM Pumps for Sale. 'IHVO "FORCE ANTI LIFTING ” PCMI’f—««*• 1 inch bore. »nd one 3 tnch horn—both tn (M of der. 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