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The Great African Desert.—Few men have a correct standard by which to measure the vast extent of ihe Afri can Desert. It stretches westward down to the "reen waters of the Atlan tic. It yields not to the gigantic floods that the great ocean ceaselessly rolls against the continent. Far into the high sea the S ihara extends below the restless waves, so that the depth of wa ter is but trifling for miles, and ships cannot approach the inhospitable shores Fearful sand banks announce to the weary mariner that he is near the land of mysterious Africa, and warn him to seek more kindly harbors. Eastward, the dread waste spreads its white shroud over the whole northern part of the continent, until at last it is lifted on high hy the pyramids of Egypt, and torn by the mighty floods of the Nile. In vain, year after year, does it roll its colossal, dry waves over the sphinx and temple ; in vain does it send its tempest-tossed clouds even across the fertile valley. The great god of the Nile whom the Egyptians worshipped and before whom the ignorant fellah still kneels in hhnd awe, interposes his power, and from the sacred mountains beyond a higher voice is hoard ; “So far shalt thou go, and no farther !” The length of the Sahara is thus nearly six hundred and eighty Geogra phical miles, but its breath differs, es pecially toward the Hod Sea ; still it covers with its dread and dismal ter rors, a space much larger than two thirds of all Europe. Natukkl’uovides for Am-.—So va rious are the appetites of animals, that there is scarcly a plant which is not chosen by some and left untouched hy others. The horse gives up the water hemlock to the goat; the cow gives up the long leaved water hemlock to the sheep; the goat gives up the monk’s hood to the horse, &c., for that which some animals grow fat upon, others ab hor as poison. Hence no plant is ah solutely poisonous, but only respective ly. Thus the spurge, that is so noxi ous to man, a most wholesome nourish ment to the caterpillar. That animals may not destroy themselves for the want of knowing this law, each of them is guarded by such a delicacy of taste and smell, that they can easily distin guish what os pernicious from what is wholesome; and when it happens that different animals live upon the same plants, still one kind leaves something for the other, as the mouths of all are not equally adapt' d to lay hold of I lie grass, hy which means there is suffici ent food for all. To this may he re ferred an economical experiment well known to the 1 Hitch, that when eight cows have been in pasture, and can no longer got nourishment, two horses “ C 7 will do very well there for some days ; when nothing is left for horses, four sheep will live upon it. The Dying and the Devn.—How little do we think of the dying ! and how little do we think of the dead! Our common brothers and sisters arc dying daily around us. Many of them are poor and friendless, strangers in a strange land, no father to lilt them from their feverish pillow, no mother to whisper consolation, no sister to gent ly press the burning forehead, no bro ther to watch at night. No ! they are dying; and dying alone, without hope. Is there no common brother and sister hood ? Arc wo not n/l children of the same parents? Is not eternity nur mutual destiny ? Can wc not aid where aid is needed ? or shall we live for ourselves alone, die a death ofremorse. Our friends are dead ; many of them died long ago ; their places are not fil led at the table, their chairs arc vacant. We miss them at the fireside, in the parlor, everywhere, except in our minds, our love for earth and earthly things fill our minds, and leave no place for them there. 0 man. is this a true com mentary on thy nature ? No, it is not nature, but nature perverted. Great Men never swell. It is only your ‘lliroe cent individuals’ who are salaried at the rate of two hundred dol lars a year, and dine on potatoes and dried herring who put on airs and flashy waistcoats, swell, puff, blow, and en deavor to give themselves a consequent tiul appearance. No discriminating person need ever mistake the spurious for the genuine article. The differ ence between the two ts as great as that between a barrel of vinegar and a bottle of the pure juice of the grape. MEDICAL. DR- CHARLES H TOZER'S Private Medical Card. STRANHKKS visiting Sacramento will remember that Dr. Toxer’s Inrtrmury is in 6th street, be tween .1 mel K sts,, Sacramento. The great success mid many radical cure* made by Dr. Toner since bis commencement in this city, which hundreds enti testify, induces him to inform those nllhcied with any private complaints, recent or chronic, and wi-h t<i be well and thoroughly cured, it will be lo their interest and wellfnre to call on him who (or the la-t twenty Jive years has given his en tire attention to Private Complaints, and to all cases of a private nalnre, acute and chronic, such as sy pliillis, Secondary and Constiiniionai atfectiims, thmorrhhoe tnol Scatimil Weakness; t.h-et and Strictures and all diseast s of the genitive and urinary in trails, riotli in male and female, such as Prolapsus, l lmir Alims. Hysteria,fcc. Patients can be a—un-d that lln-ir complaint* will not be tampered with, but treated upon strictly sci entitle principles. Private complaiii's eradicated in a lew day»; new cases cured in u short time, without mercury. He can he consulted id his office at all times of the day, from tt in the rnomimr until h in the eveninir. All in allllclion can lind in him one w ho can see ami sympathise with and helm-ml lliein when lit trouble, and tie relieved and cured. Apartments privately arranged so as to preclude the possibility of exposure, betters enslosimt tie will receive prompt attention with best advice and instructions. „ ('. 11. To/EU. M.H., f>th street, between .1 and K. HEAD AND REFLECT. Dr. din's 11. Toztr's Can / to the AfJlirUd. Quick cures and low prices at the old established office, bib street between J and K. otv It. TO/I’. It returns his l banks lo his numerous 8 P p.itlehts for their patron..ae, and would eni brace this opportunity to remind them Hml io- con tinues to consult on those cases i I vknkrkai. which have baltlrd the skill ol some of the most celebrated physicians of the age. and upon which he has tie ir [>li *. il tn jy-rfurm n r.vh' at cars. Dr. To/.er's retmialiim as a physician stands un equalled. His exclusive ttlienlbiti to diseases ol the genito urinary organs (or so many years, renders him perfectly master of m plnlitlc ill ■••■ i-es. The large iimnlj r of aggravated cases that he has perfectly cured after they have been given up tty many others is the only proof that a physician re* ipiiresof Ins ability. Dr Tozep would staie that In can cure any and all cases of varieties of Ihe disease, n-i mat I t-r bow long standing, or what progress tin* disease has made, every patient can rely upon a cure. Hr To/.i r has, i; is well known, I ken patients front the very verge of the grave, and restored them to perfect heallli. He would further state, that he deems it snllleienl to attract the attention of those who might need the services ol a physician in all cases, hut particularly those enumerated in the ad vertisement, expecting they would test my merits ns a practitioner; and the result ol my practice has been thus fur satisfactory to my patients and my self Nor do I deem it necessary lo till columns of Ihe newspa pers with fulsome enipric and bombastic adv- rn-e -ment, professing my ability to heal all diseases flesh is heir to, for lo do find I must In-something more Ilian Man, ht|i to give those that are afflicted with Venereal, Chronic, ahd other diseases, to understand from long experience, 1 am fully competent tn ireul them snccesslnltv. My regard for the dignity of Ihemedical profession, to w hich I have the honor to belong, deters me from committing any act savoring of rank ipiackery, and regard lor my own dignity would prevent my placing myself on a par with quacks amt nostrum venders of the present age. I oiler no fraudulent or genuine certificates or pu Ifs of my superior qualifications as a practitioner: neither do I assume to mysell medical honors to which I nn not entitled, hot inerelrask llio-e who are diseased, to read the dilfereiit advertisements relating b> the core of private diseases, amt Judge for themselves w hen- to apply for n-lu f. My rooms ttr-i so arranged that I can be consulted In privacy at all hours of the day, from ff o clock in Hie mommy until ft o'clock In the evening. Persons with Chronic Diarrhoea, Dysentery. I .oral Weakness, Nervous Debility, bow Spirits, I.assitnde Weakne-s of Hie I,hubs and Hack Indisposition boss of Memory, \ver-ion to society. bove of Sol it mil-. Timidity, sell Ilistrn.-l, Dizziness. Headache, Pains in the side. Alfeelion of the laves. Pimples on Hie face. Sexual and oilier iidirmilies in Man, ,Vc., will find it important to consult Dr, C. H. I nzer,at ids office,Olh street, between J and K. Sacramento. READ AND REFLECT. g V!. CIIAKI.KS H.TOZIaIIV CAUI) to the afflic- B M ted of Cnlifornia. In approaciting any new course of systemalie inquiry, there are ceriain points concerning which the inquirer should always be dire ful to satisfy himself, lb- should comprehend dis tinctly what Hie subject of inquiry is—Heallli and Disease. If we can form and Jix in our minds a clear concep tion of Ihe state of Health, we shall have no difficulty in understanding w hat was meant by Disease. Itat beyond, though not above, these objects of investiga tion o( the human body, we have another and still nohk-r end it is to lay before yon lit such terms that you r annul be mistaken and will know where lo tip ply fur relief. I use the word “disease” generally, and before I speak of the signs ol particular diseases, it will lie pr per to take a general view of symptoms. When a person is troubled or afflicted with disease, w hich causes a weakness of the back and limbs, pain in Hu* head, dimness of sight, 10-s el muscular [ uwer, pal pitation uf tin-bean, Irritability, nervousness, dys pepsia,derangement of Hie digestive functions, gen end debility, symptoms of consumption, and many others which are better explained than put on paper, and require Medical or Surgical attendanco, it would lie wed forlheni lo inquire il there is a physician who is competent lo attend them, and who underlsunds the application ol medicine, and whose scientific at tainments in bis profession, and whose age and expe rience entitle him to yours confidence. Considering these things, 11 r. t tis-. 11. dozer lots concluded to in form you that are afflicted, advertising his place uf business, stating tlint lie has boon a successful prac titioner for over twenty live years, anti has ATTENDED AND CUBED HUNDREDS, when they have been considered by other physicians and have been pronounced by them pasi recovery Therefore you may rely upon him as one in w hom secresy and the nlmost confidence can be placed. Dr 11. T.would invite nil that are alllirled to call on him, and if he does not administer for them.there will be no charge made, bet no false delicacy pre vent you, but apply immediately, and save youself from the dreadful consequences which must follow those who neglect to receive attendance. Dr U. It. Torer’s office is on 6th street, near the Delvidere Hotel, between -I and K streets. His rooms are so arranged that the Doctor can he consulted without fear of molestation. Office hours, from 9 in the morning until Sin the evening. 0. 11. Tt >ZKK, M. U-, itovS 6th si., between J and K, Sacramento. tt’ff.Dr.-I. b. Ur.APKvv.—The gentleman whose name forms the caption of this notice Is one of the few modern physicians whose application to his pro fession and devotion to the afflicted, render him alike an ornament to ih>- one and a benefit lo the other. A Hungarian by birib.be sought with Kossuth to place his country among the nations of earth, beyond Hie oppressor’s rule, that her sons might rejoice in the practice of those precepts which are alike our glory and our pride In his efforts so lo do. he has reaped the reward of ineffectual resistance lo oppressn n,anj “a home and a country know him no more,” Apart, however, front his claims upon our consideration as a patriot, tlie testimonial* of character and capacity which he brings entitle him to public confidence, to the exclusion of those Who possess neither the one or the other. As n gentleman his character t» untar nished: ns a physician, hi* skill unsurpassed; md to those whose nn prudence has left upon them the taints of disease, »e can conscientiously commend him with the assurance that in him they will find a friend whom to know is great gain. The Dr.'s office is No. 3mid 4 Armory MulbcomerofSarramentoand Montgomery Wrens.?an Krancisco. aH-Om MEDICAL. Dll J C. YOUNG’S CARDS. IMPORTANT TO MINER?, TRAVELER?, ETC. fTVIKKB Is no malady of deeper importance rilher I inn medical or moral Infill of view, to which the human family is more liable than that arising from impure connections. \s n medical roan it is the duly of every physician to look nldisease as it effects health and life, mid his sole object should be to mitigate, as fur as lies in hi. |M>wer, the Isslih suffering. Human nature at best is but frail, all are liable to misfortune. Dfallihe ills that affect mnn none are mefr terrible than those of a private nature. —Dreadful as it is in the person who contracts it. frightful as are its ravag es uiMiii hisconstitntiun, ending lrei|ii< idly in desirncs lion and a loadisomc grave, it becomes ofstill greater importance when it is transmitted to innccent off spring. rhieli being the case how necessary it be comes that every one Having the least reason to bar that they have contracted the disease, should attend toil at once hy consulting some physician, whose resjiectatbihtv and education enables him to warrant n sale, speeily, and permanent cure. In accordance with this necessity, DR VODNG fe«d« called upon to state that, hy long si ml..' and extensive practice. In* has I adome perfect master of all those diseases which conic under the denomination ot venereal, and hav ing (mid more attention to that one branch than any oilier physician in the Duffed Stales lie feels himself betteniualiffed to treat lb. in. Si (diilis in i ll its forms, snob as nicer*, swelling In the groans, nlei rin tin* throat, le -ondary sy | *h 1 1 is, cu taneoiis eruptions, ulcerations, tertnary syphilis. sy philis in children, mercureal si philltic affections, gon orrhea. gleet, strictures, false passages, inflaniation of the hladder and (trotrale glands, e\e»e j-ttions, tumors, (tosiules. &.ic., me ns familiar to him ns the most coni iiioii things of daily obseri at ion. The I lot-tor effects a cure in recent cases in a few ■bus. and tbnls no difficulty in curing those of long duration, without submitting Ibe patient lo sin b treat ment as w ill draw niton him the aligbtesi suspicion or oltllge him to neglect bis hn-im-ss whether within oors or without. Thotlielneod not be changed, ex cept in cases of severe inllaniatioli. Then l are tit I'ali lornia patients (amounting to over two thousand in tin- past year) that could furnish proof of this; hut the- ■. re' mutters thot reqn're till nicest eecresy wliicii lie always preserves. Ail letter- enclosing SIO, will be promptly attended to. Office hours from 1' A.M lot*!’ M. Address .1. Vol'Ml, M. O, Express Ilnihlings, corner of Montgomery and Calif rnian streets, over Weils .-'ar- L’O i; Co.'s Express Itejetr?incut, A CARD—FROM Hit. YOCNG'g PHIVATE -vl MKI tit AI. * llllee— To the afflicted—ln tier age of progress, wbon science Is develop ng i’self in sticnb a manner as loii|i|iear almost miraculon-.every thing in common place is looked upon as not worth notice. In view til this fact. I>r. Voting, corner of Montgomery and California street-, has concluded to leave the beaten track hitherto pnr-ned hy inosi sci entific physicians, (that of wailing for the public to find you out alone,) and publish to the world, as ninc.n as may he. his knowledge of the healing arl, to let, those who he in need of assistance khow where they can Hind relief without fear of being imposed 11(101). In continuation of till* subject. Dr. Voting would -ay, that of the (tost ten years lie has pursued the practluo of medicine in one of the large-1 cil ies In the I nileil Stales, uilh tin* highest success, anti that his standing ns a physician is without reproach, having at one time been lecturer at the I iiivt -rally of Penn sylvania on venereal diseases, ,Vc. I poti all o| these eenidi-ralioiis. Dr. Young huseon fldenee in inirislncing liim-elf to tin* piffiiic, knowing that they will sustain wi ll earned merit. The following are a few of tin* mum testimonials w hich have appeared in the public journals the last few years; [Emm the Boston Medical Journal ] Although we aro opposed lolhe system of advertis ing, for g-Hul and sufficient reasons. still we deem it hut justice to say that Dr. Voting i- one of the most Industrious and indefatigable votaries of the medical science in the Eniled Stale-. From Professor Jackson The subscriber is personally acquainted with Dr Voting, and has seen much of his practice, and cun hear Utfilimoney lo his merit! as a practitioner. From the New York Her aid. The eminence of this distinguished gentleman in hi- profession, nnd the very extended opportunities l„is-rs-i d liy him for tin* observation of venereal dis eases, make his services invaluable lo those afflicted with the above complaints. From the Whig and Advertiser. All afflicted with private complaints should consult Dr Voting, w hose education is not surpassed hy any physician in the country. In Ins -kill, honor and in tegrity all may rely with safely, while most of the practitioners in this city are without I or ns peelnbility. their pretentions being grounded in ignor ance and assumption. i ifliee cornor of Montgomery and California streets, ii(i stairs, opposite the hanking lonise ol \\ ell- Fargo it Co. Open from 8 A. M. to 8 F. M , Sunday in cluded* PRIVATE Medical Office—Hundreds of those who have contracted disease are dtsndpointed of a cure hy not calling on Dr. Voting at (lr-1 He will forfeit any sum if he fails to cure any case that may come, under his care, ne matter how long standing or afflicting, such as ulcers, tumors, nodes, hunches, pimples on the fac" and body, pains in the hones and mins, wakefulness, trembling. cop|ier colored sores, wasting of the hones, emaciation, loss of appetite, strength ond Aesli, sores in tin* noso and ear-, lo— ot tiair, weak eves, itching humors, lx Many persons alter being relieved of all extern d appear: -s ot private disease, suppose themselves cured but alter a few months And they are troubled with un ions symptoms which they never had before, and which liiei Audit impossible lo relieve. 1 o all who are at dieted in this way. Dr Young would , articular!', inc omniend a trial of hissklll. The symptoms will) which you are troubled are caused hy taints in die blood, which sooner or later will destroy j our health and hap* (line—. N i person who has evu r had an attack of any private complaint should not fail toconsnit Dr. \ mmg and taken few bottles of his invaluable purifying medicine, ns they can rest assured that itieir hiood i- In a perfectly pure and healthy condilien, and that every trace of disense Is removed from the system. Recent cases cured in srom two lo five days without change of diet or hindrance from business, nr no Ice. DR .1 C. VOCNG Olflee, corner Montgomery ami California street*, opposite Weils, Fargo t Co’s, office hours from t» A M., to 8 P.M. Mary-uille, June 10th. Iffali DR. J. f. VOCNG—Pkaii Sir:—Please send me some of the medicines yon prescribed in mi case. I have a friend here who is troubled inexactly the same way that I was. He has nightly emissions, ringingncise in ids head, weak hack. I s- of memory, nnd is gem-rally debilitated ; he is di-eonrag* >1 and lias not conAdence enough lo enable him to call and see you, 1 told him how I was and Hull my friends all said I was in consumption, and the doctors up here gave me up and advised me to g" home to 'lie, hut instead of going home I called upon yon. and here I am. ns well as any of them, and likely to live a long time vet, wilt! strenth enough tc work with the strong est of Doctor I will sen' 1 a 'cry one to you that looks to me as though he needed a p.iysieinn It shall not he my fault if any one dies lor want of mistical treatment. I will do all I can to keep the afflicted away from those pests of society, yclept prolessors and high sot iding titled men who, if the facts were known, arc men who left their country tot tln-ir coun try’s good, Pnhlis this letter, doctor, it you wi«h. and I hope some of those that humbugged me, may see it and sleep hud for one night. Truly yours. GEO. DAVIDSON. EDWARD M. BURROWS. 1 !S* TE K X ATIOX A Li I OT E I.S A LOO X JACKSON STREET, Between Montgomery and KcarnO ■ SAN FRANCISCO- Erst TheßrancU if Brandift , H'i net and MEDICAL. DR. HEINIMANNS PEIVA TE MEDICAL OFFICE. CORNER MONTGOMERY 4c JACA9ON STREETS* SAN FRANCISCO. nU. M. HEIINIM ANN, corner of Kearney anil Paciflr streets, Sun Francisco, has f*»r a number of years, in the military and other hospital* of France, devoted his study principally to tln> irealinnt ofSe cr<-t ilwwiu, ami therefore |M>*sesses a thorough \• perietice in this particnalar branch. Ho is also per fectly familiar with all tin- recently discovered mul highly important remedies and mean- for Hie cum of «nch di*< uses. It lascirccly necessary hi mid here Hint in 1 rain a* where secret disease* are of more tro i noni occurrence limn any where el-e. th.i physician* i filial country am mop- export in their dire, and are constantly and successfully endeavoring to find out new remedies, more efficient ami less dangejous than those formelly used !>r. Ileininiunn is therefore, enabled to cure all these diseases with perlect certainty, without u-iug mercury, in a very short lime, and withmii subjecting Ids | atients to tin-risk ol subsequent injurious conse quences. i hronh - Gonorrhea, Ryermatorrhea, Flour Alhus, itoner.d Debility the result ol mi-eondiiel. poltulions, ,|ain in the hack and side* Erii|»li"ii«of .ill kinds, produced by interior causes. Loss of Hair. Uheumat i -in in the Joints. Nocnrnal sweats, seminal and I fin al weakness. Injuries received to tnerenrial treat ment. &c are enrtsl by Or. Ileihimann with the niil of remedies knewn lint to limiself, to the perlect silt i- lari .1 11 of his clients. Recent diseases ol the shove named kind will he promptly and riidicnlly removed before they can tie in the body and hecome chronic, hy Dr. Heiul nmini's own pnri(\ imr ieuetalde remedies. Hr. ileiidmttiiii further pos«e«-es a sure remedy fnl.y tested, and which can be relied upon, for the cure of Intermittent Peter, ( hill and l ever. Fever and Ague, also it mean* to mmove. in a lew days lor ever, a bad breath, without the least injury to ihe stomach. In the pdesent days niiiii*'rons remedies arc offered everywhere lor nd ioia.inahle diseases, hut in most of ihecases the sutler' - ire so sadly ill-* appointed that they look w ith justifiable mt-lrnsi on all mix ertis.iinents of this kind. Dr Ili'iiilmanii's res niedies need mil be recommended by puttliiig charla tanism for ihey recommend themselves by their ef fect*. as has been seen and experienced by mimeons patients who, fiirliilmleiy for themselves, have used them. For the luff rmalion and satisfaelion of the often deceived public, the statement will soli ice that hr. Ileinimiinn lias in his po«se*rion over two hun dred testimonials from p.alields cure I hy him, besides many other relialile persons, which he is ready to ex liil.il wlien required, w hile common decency lorbids him lo publish them ill the newspapers. persons applying to Dr. Ileinimimn shall not be utilised to pay ill mlvaii.-e the lull price ol the enre, its he is willing lo siilimd bis shill anil his remedies lies; (o he iesti d. ( Hie tiling the Doctor Invariably requires from all his patient*, that is a faithful and strict confnriminee with all his directions and precriplions, otherwise he cnnnol mid will not warrant a cure. Written consultations will lie given without ctiarne and I'etnm nnieations answered xx hether containing a fee or not. prompt)', pimelnally and willi slrict secre cy. on applying. postage paid, in the English, French or Herman Languages, to hr. M. HKINIMANN, Corner of Kearney and Ibicillc streets, San Francisco, To show le Ihe satisfaction of all that hr lleiui maim is a thorough i.iliicatcd, practical and experi - enced physician andsingcon. the following from his numerous testimonials, are submitted to the public. Names are suppressed, but the authors are at any time ready to proclaim their tnilli and imlhcnlicily before the world. (hi Kit swoon Valley, Fell. 11, IS.VS, Dour Doctor:--! have know n you since 1-10 and yon have given so many proofs of your talents and experience, that yon have einindy won ronlideiire. Although you reside id at a great distance ft cm me you know that I have several times, nt you patient* w hich idlier doctoj* have given up as incurable, nml yon have always received them and saved not only their limbs hut also their live*. I w ill inny nieiilion hero the case of Mr. (’ , from Auburn, who is indebted to yon for the preservation ol Ins right arm. which other doctors w anted lo ampnlale, and that of M-.G ofcoloina. who nllhoiigh given up ns hopeless by two doctors was cured by yon ill two weeks lime A* to what yon have done for tny ('amis ly, suflhv it to say. I w ill in-vi r In- ablo lo repay you. Accept dear Doctor, these few lines as a proof of Ihe high esteem I have of your talents a* a medical man. and believe me te be jour constant friend. F 11. Proprietor of ilie Miner's Hole To Dr. Ileintmnnn, San Francisco Greenwood, February 11th, IP.'ili. Having stydied medicine myself at Ihe Iniversil; of Tux ia, ii Italy, I suppose I know enough lo belie lieved when I declare hereby that yon are the best physician I ever met with in California. Tht* decla ration is feiinded on what 1 have seen you do and heard from everybody when 1 re-id <1 at Mormon l« land, I know of many persons lo whom yon have saved life and limits aller they had been completely given up by others, and who will at any time come forward ami testily to the truth o( this, and lo your science. Wishing you for the future, the same sue ce-s w hich Inis attended yon thus far. 1 remain truly yours, C. K. To hr. Iletnimann, Pan Francisco. Coloina, .In nr try 10th, ISjff. My Dear amt Mncti Esteemed Doctor:—lt i* with much regret that I and all your oilier friends saw you quit .Mormon Island. We have lost In yon a physi cian of great talent and experience, w lioweconld not appreciate too much. It was proven enough by the numerous who came to call on yon from nil pans of the mines, mid yon are In the hesi reineiiihri'tice of all. Mi-ell. given n|i hy whom I considered our best phy sicians. prepared myself lo die; hy chalice I came nn der your treatment ami you ha*v cured me of a grave sickness in n short time. Von have proved yourself a physician and yon do honor lo the name G, To Or. 11. Ilelnlmaiin, Corner Jackson and Montgomery streets, San Nrancisco.—Dear Sir:—lt is with ylea«iire that we notice the unbounded suc cess w high Inis attended yon in your practice since your residence in this Slate, now over seven years I he geod you have done ami Ihe skill you bare exer cised iu the cures that tome under our observation make It our duty to let it he know n to the world and more particularly to those now snifering willi disease Most of us were well acquainted wilh you whilst you resided at Mormon Island, and witnessed there some remarkable cures which yon effected on patients whose case* were pronounced hopeless hy eminent ix-ieian*. We have also seen w hat yon have done for some of our friends rioxv residing at Coloma and Placerville, who after much pesuaslon and induce ments on onr part, consented to go and see you, when they had almost de-paired of their lives. They did so and returned, and are new lix ing hale and hearty men; and read r. if this notice should reach your eye and xon iir< afflicted, lake onr advice and goto hr lIEIN - !M \NN,nnd you will never regret it hear Doctor, receive wilh our mo«t hearty wiihe* for your future welfare Ihe assurance that we believe yon to bo one of our most talented and exjierienced physician* in the State. Frkiicrk k Marymasn. | fproj 'r Miners’ Hotel.) Jacob VVixki.ksaxx. (pr Greenwood Brewery, John Geokok, Akocst Haiixk, JoSKPH WIt.IXIAXH, CHARLES GISS. ► Greenwood Valley ■ f'oloma. T. Dki.az, l I’ropr’s of the 1 T. It szt.l, ) Croix Fedemle, £ Placerville. Jean lircuißß, S A. H. Walker, El Dorado Slide. G. /hoickk. (firm of E. Hoppe It C 0.,) Oroville. Josr.ru Glaveu Aubum. Charles Kasielli. Spanish Dry Diggings. T Dknsisoer. iprop’r of bridge,) Condemned Bar. C. Woti.ra, Sacramento, K. Finninoer, do G. Kknaid, do Cart Hisd, Michigan Bluffs. Cart. F. fC Mr arose, Mormon Island. Henry Trcel, (Republican House,) Jackson. This testimonial was not solictled by Dr Heinl maun., aag-73m MEDICAL. DR- L. J. CZAPKArS Grand Medical and Surgical Institute, Ar ory 11nti building. Corner of Montgomery and *!*.. Siu» Fmiidivo, Katahlifihnl fnr the wre *f nit' prirat* nvd rhr„ft:r *rs % tlud tht yuppr* <\tvU nf Kfrtf, nU. I*. J. C7APK W • I.ATK IN TIM’ lII’M*A rimi Hevolulioiiary Wap. <lMiv*bu»n trt tin* -nili ntrimcul ol Cl.i* I :«» I In* Military Miwplinlof P«*tb, lluiiif <P>. mid I;»le ivr on Dima*** of l'nn »ry »r;an* mid of winntMi and obiMivn, hn* «•}*« »;«•«! lb* itiwtitiiti) lor tho curt* of nil form* «• r privab* (ll(m*;im**, >tu*h a* M|>hib*. cr«»norrh»M. iHK’birnal « *u*in* iin<| nil ih«* n»n«H**p»i , nrf »»f *« Dd» i-.* In ilio of i'niiofrh< , al do- im *k 1 tfimrarib'r* n euro 111 H low d i\*, without iiicofiviAriirr to l.c p:i!h*Mt, « r Itindranot* to |»i* hu*uio»s >\ h«*n .1 by lu*» liM't« t»r tmpm|N*r t -almoiit, fi; I- d< tin' *<‘t oinlnr> >*ym| loins of •‘vbib* *»ob u* lililhh**, or J i til ii l *i\*»dilnLT* on ! lit* i?ro»n*. or m:ot* hi lb ■ lbront and no** , which. if no? chot kod, r» v.rny th« >**ft. part* and cmiiM* tho bon*** lo in rtUV. •oparMH* n'»d romp away, loavim; U»t* *m!. nr an objiTf to lifdndd; or when *plotrhr* mi. I pbnp- > bn nk on?. tin* ’•kin. or wli n India* p dnbil *\v»-llin ,* Mp'-n ibo bolt* or wlumi hi* ivio!ifhth»n i- iai <:r» i«n a* '*> pndi*pt*p»i to connntbp:inn or oil.or c>nMlliiti«*nM* di-» • - •, llu* Ilocbu L r tlaran?< a cup* ■ • ii'k* imricn* i ' ll*-.it ion. In IMiotifnatittin, rbrnhir .m* a« »ilo; ill I »>** lil f'. or Dinrrlm i. In- h * >.ilo nnd ctTWtnnl ft** in»*di*’«*. I'or iho InMimont of !b»* ro:o ijiichvn of •‘o|l ;»bii-o, *iirh n* noc'nrnal mii»-ion*. n**i vonsti* f>i timidity b« ad.iclic ptiin* in fho bank and limb*., wiib kToiinral woiikm*-*, to*.* of »p| Hilo, !"-•* oi momor* . injury to tin* *liflii, ri rotitiiph’ii of ldr«*, di-bkt» for society. am! badinuf of woMrinn** of lit*; 11 to in-rvoa* h\>n »n -«* i*\rin aldn that *lc Id liobit diork or HlßrUrlln* p- liriil. mu': im; Id** » \ut ♦in r mi*< rabli*. I* r tbr abo\t* iiuda So*** In* Dor:* r will trunrait)(*<* a cur»* or n*U no rom|M ioa'ion. 110 ran bo ron*nltod roo of i-l'ariro, nnd in\if»■" all to call.n* it will ro*l Ihoni iioUiint;. and may bo mfioh to tln ir ad v 'ldairn. TuAMiH'LI.M>s I* Tin: IXCKNTIVK TO < i II ATI . V I>K. ■-R Kf .n\V w»" juild i»!i iln • 1 • f Iwo of flit* Uti MldiTlTK from till' I.;. 11 _r - lII' who hit V > ing n .-own'd llu ir li iimr In nllli. nnd mi| •< hd hy u nil it Mill*. 11 >ik < 1 Know n llitdr c. -r» "inl 11 ■«- iriindinl iigrr.i: nnd their *•!nt»-in<■ 11 i.« tire mdh> idli’ni* d h\ n Noi:ir> nd.lie. Tlir dfii , ;in.l> id «<« i>■ I> in-j». rioiii.lv roinuim d Ihrir indd . ilv, mid «.• riniiiiund liicir |nTU»:il to tlio at:«*iiti< >i> of ud tdlli.-.fd. CKRTIF ll'ATi: Tim nndor'ignid. ilo-irom of nc<|miiiitint; thoso « 111. iii;i\ h<* >rtuntil*' i lloHL'ti to In• vinihirlv iif llirti>d win re ii |k riiuuifiif ndi. I of llu ir r*nlT".-r! lil,i\ 1.0 ohl limed, CeelM il lij»dll(\ tollin’! |nildir!v i x|.r.f.t -* Hincere gmlilmlo to I>r I, .1 ('/;i|ifnv, for the p. rmnm’iit nrmrrj el l>in In nllli I orno down to the ili*.ffi ,- ’*iiig in)itoni” in.id. nt totin’ v icioin* |. rin I ins of n neon I nil In lie (iin'ieh in y nt li, de|nv«M’d In hodv nnd mind, nnnlde to p. rforni oven the tno-l trilling duty inipiwd upon tin* Unity nvocn l ions of life. I wmght the ndvioe ot iniinv idivstcinns wlio nt iii«t rogiinloil tin trilling ini|iort iini'. , hill uln-! id’liT n tew wet ki« nnd in iioerid In* lll..mils, •-f I lie i r Irentmoid. I I'.iind to niv mi— tillernUlo horror, (lint in>lend ot n In I Hie fyinptonm I■eoiinie more idiirnnm.' in llu ir tovtine. nnd heimf tin.iHy told mo h> one Hint Hiodi'o:i“e In ing coiitlnod prineiply to the hriiin. iiioitieinor would he .1 lililo eomii'ipioiico. Idi *pnin dol evor n;■ linin.r tn> honllli I’trenuHi nnd oneruv; nnd n* n ln*i re-orl, nnd w iHi hut n Inn.l hopo, rulli’d ii| .1 n Hr. ('znpkn\ w Ini. nftor e\ null ii ing my rune, [inneriln d ome nn ilirine wlinti nlii.o-t ninlnliily rolievod mo of Hie dull pnitm nnd in my tiend, I'neonrnged lo lids re.nit, I re*..l\ed to plnro mj.idf inline• 1 11 •I■ ■ I > under li* rnre, nnd. hy a strict i.hi'dieur - to til* dtrecHen* nnd nil x ire, my tiend hocnnio idenr. nn ldon« rollorl..d, the (■on«lniil puln in tny Inn Ii nnd groins Hie wenkilons id my liniliH, tlie tiorvmiii renrlloii my wliolr mo t. ni on lim slightest ntnrin or evoileiin id, the mis nnlliropy and ovil roroliodiiigs, the s. It dislrnsl and w.int ol contidoiire in o her*. Hio innifiililliiy lo study nnd want nl resolulion. the frightful exciting, nnd nt limos ploiisiimhlo dr.mis nl night, followi d hy involuntary discharges, have nil disappeared, nnd in fact, in two months nl'n r linviug ronsiillod lim Hnclor, I felt tut if inspin d hy n now life—Hint lift* which, hut ti short time ago, I . oiiioinplnt. d lo end hy my own linnil. \) nli n x . w to guard the unfortunate from fulling into the snares of Incompetent ijuneks. I deem il in;, did) to oiler tins testimony to the no ril nnd -kill of Hr. • z.ipkny, nnd recommend him lo nllwhoini.y stiind in in n 1 ol tnedn nl mlxieo. In ing assured hy mx ow ii experience that, oiii'o under lii- cure, a rmU icnl and permanent cute will lie ell. . led I!. T. Kl 1.1,Mi IKK. Ptnle of ('iillfornin. roinity of miii I - im i-cn—.-nh scrihed nnd sworn helore me, fill-* J7lh dux ol April, A. 1). JdjC. (Signed) Jons M leni kTi.n, Notary Public. A <'\Kl)—Prompted by nn honest desire of my . « heart, I wish to lay helore the public n onus w hich deserves n high commendation, not only a- mi net of scie:i title skill, tun I hut el liinrinily also. A hunt two years ago. I suddenly, nnd from cruises nnknoxx n in me. sei/.ed xx i'll n til ol epilepsy .which, owing lo mv inability to meet Hie expens. - eon-eipient upon a Ho.rough nn dical lrenlmenl,and the discouragement I met with on attempting d, soon l.ecntne such ins i was then led lo believe i ns to defy I lie skill of a phy sician. I was freipiently while in pursuit of tny cull ing, throw n down to Hie ground wiilionl the slightest warning, and although In-onsihle to the ngi.im - 1 yet despisod the mi-orios of mx lifo.aiid mh.ii lenrno.l to look upon those who would render me assistance or shelti r me (r.un dangt r as enemies w ho sought lo prolong the miseries of tny exi-ience. \\ Idle in this Male, and having previous to my affliction tasted tin* sweets ofiit'e, 1 once more was Induced to attempt seeking aid ol a physician, and. hy reeiumnendaliun, called upon l>r. 1.. J. Cznpka'. I told him tny cir cimisliinees and my Inahility to reward him lor his services, regardless ot Which, however, he nt once undertook my case, and with the hle-singof (Jod I was mice more restored lo perfect heallh, Unahle to reward him forlhe hum which I enjoy at present, and yet conscious of my indebtedness. I consider it due m myself and lo all the Hlllnled to make the case public, in order that those in need of medical advice may find a physician in whom every confidence can lie placed i..s M K Y ER Y A It I.ONSK Y. Stale of rnlifornis, county ol San francisco, ss—Sn'o -crila’d and sworn before me this first day of August A. D 1 UILSKBI A.UBAMT. l.s. Notary Public. lir I. .T. Csnjiksy's Medical and Surgical Institute is at the corner ol Montgomery and Sacramento sis., San Fn m iwo. t'nlifornia. The Doctor offers tree i i.n-iiltalions, and asks no remuneration unless lie effects a cure. Sp kr m atorr hit, a . OH. loi nl weakness, nervous debility, low spirits, lassitude, weakness of the limbs ami back.ln* disposition and incapability for labor nisi study,dnll ness of apprehension, loss of memory, aversion to so ciety. love ef solitude, timidity, self distrust, headache, involuntary discharge*, pains in the side, affect ion* of the eye*, pimple* on the faee, sexual and other intlrmalies in man, arc cured without fail by the justly celebrated physician and surgeon, L. J. ( znpkny. Ills method *f curing diseases is new,(un known lo othersi and hence the great success. AH consultation* (by letter or otherwise! free. Addre-s 1.. 4. < znpkay, M. l>„ San Francisco, Cal. i*3-3m ■ SALK by the f'ase or Package in M? quantities to suit. Kong bill paper. Legal cop Letter Paper, Ink liroaii bill paper. Fools cap. Note paper. Pen cils. Plunk books, Wafors, &c &c. Noisy Carriers Book & Stationary Co. 87 Battery &C4&06 Long Wharf. San Fran cisco. 0- P. KIMBALL. Pres attend. OROVILLE LODGE, No, 59, I. O. of O. F. meets every Monday eve ning in the Masonic Hail. Brother* in good (landing ore respectfully Invited THOMAS COLEMAN, N. O. M. Clabs, Secreury,