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IIoRRinLE Specimen of Humanity. —African travelers have spoken of a tribe of negroes who possess that orna. mental appendage s'* much admired by Lord Monbodd», a tail; but their 'statement* have never received cre dence, It appears, however, that a race of men with tails really does ex ist in the interior of Africa. In a re •cent sitting of the Academic dos Sci» cnees, M. do Couret related that in 1842 he found in the service of a friend at Mecca one of these wretches, the 1 lowest, assuredly of mankind. The •creature had an exterior prolongation of the vertebral column to the extent df Jthree or four inches. He stated that he belonged to the tribe of the ‘(ihilanes, whose territory is situated far beyond the Senear, who are thirty or forty thousand in number, worship the sun, the moon, the stars, the ser» pent, and the sources of a great river, (supposed to be the Nile,) to which lust they immolate victims. They are very partial to human flesh, and eat the bodies of their enemies, of all ages and both sexes, whom they may slay in battle. They, however, prefer the flesh of women and childrtn, as more succulent. They rarely exceed five feet in height, are ill-proportioned, with long, thin bodies, long arms, long er and flatter hands and feet than the rest of human-kind, have the low er jaw largo and long, the forehead narrow and excessively retreating, the cars long and deformed, the eyes small, black, and brilliant, the nose large and flat, the mouth large, the lips thick, the teeth strong and sharp, the hair b-ing woolly, but not very abundant. The man examined by M, do (1 urct had been so long in slavery as to have for gotten his native language but ho stat ed that notwithstanding ho hid done all in his power to subdue the savage appetite, he was twice a week s-i/.ed with a rairo for raw flesh, which his master satisfied by giving him an enor mous piece of raw mutton, and that if this w as not done he felt that ho could not refrain from slaving and eating a woman or child. M. do Couret says that the natural dispositions of this ani mal were good; that his fidelity to his master was striking; and that ho was not without intelligence, but in tiro slave markets of the Hast, where the race is not unknown they are consider ed detestable. The above story wants to ho millions ticatod, so the render may believe ns much ot it ns ho please. Rkmciouh Toleration in Muvpt.— The of Mgypt is~u***l an or dinance hy which Christian soldiers are permitted to follow their religion in pcrfufct freedom. ‘‘To this end wo or <ler that every Sunday, and every day celebrated as a religious festival ac cording to their rites, the Christian sol diers shall he, marched in a body, and without arms, to their respective churches, accompanied by officers who, at the close of their religious exercises will bring thorn back to their corps.” TV. an Paul says, when a man for sakes us and wounds us, the heaven, the earth, and the little blooming tree, still stictch forth their arms, and take the sufferer in their embrace, and the flowers nestle up to our wounded bos oms, and the rills mingle with our tears, nnd the breezes flow coohngly along with our sighs. A little angel stirs ami infuses spirit into the ocean pool of Bethcsda, and we dive with onr thorns nnd stings beneath its warm billows, and rise healed and renovated, and with oar spasms allayed, out of the waters of life. SIS s'-) S, SiCi n 3 I Plain, CJoM anil Ornamented, Executed it! a superior etvle, at low rate*, W. H. Haydon. \l.s<) —ll«n«e r intimr, Grainin?. Gilding. Pa. f« r Ac, done w«-U am! Cheap. Shop i a Myers .. ft, ipposite United States l.tvery Sm ! . E S COOPSS. M D S IT H G 33 O 3VJ , OFFICE —At the Eye, Mar, and < Irthopaalie lallr m , , M i«sion street. between Second and Third near ••Hessian Italhs," S \.N FRANCISCO. Ml Surgical operations FREE top..' > at ■- predent in. th"!iiselves at tlie (.'i.imi s, «ri Wedm-sdn\« and K linl!V», Bt o’rtn'k, V M. M l a! men W the City unit Faciflo Coast. generally, are respivtl'ull) in» vietd to attend the Infirmary on Clinical days. when cv^r it .nay l>e opportune lor themselves. amtis-lf *5O 00 REWARD «t\ _ STuEhii u.nn the stable of the subscriber, U e.|e, -n,„ j,i. In, Nov. 12th, a Paid o ■■ lawd 'orrt l ,'huT. Am one returning said atilmnl to me at the Steam Orovilta will re ceive the above reword. u 15 G. U’. U ARUhJIT. MEDICAL DR CHARLES H TOZERS Private .Medical Card. HTRANUKRS visiting Sacramento Mill remember that Dr. Toger’s Infirmary is in 6lh street, be tween J ami K sts , Sacra menl«>. The ((real success ami many radical cures mad.' by Dr. Toler since hit commencement in thin city, which hundreds can testify, induce* him to in Turin those afflicted with any private complaints, recent or chronic, and wish to lie well and thoroughly cured, it will lie to iheir interest and wetlfare t<> call on him who for the laid twenty Hve yearn has given his en lire attention to Private Complaints, and to all case* of n private nature, acute and chronic, such ns Sy phillts, Secondary and <'on»litnlional affections, (euiorrbhoe and Seminal Weakness; Ideet and Strictures and all diseases of the genitive and urinary otgaits. Doth In male and female, such us Prolapsus. Flour Alims. Hysteria, Xe, Patients cun be assured that their complaints will not he tampered with, loti treated upon strictly sci entific principles. Private complaints eradicated in a few days- new cases cured in a short time, without mercury. He can be consulted at Ms office at all times of the day, from ‘J in the moruintt until s in the evening.— All in affliction can find in him one who can see and sympathise wtlh and befriend them when in trouble, ami he relieved and i tired. Apartments privately arranged so as to preclude the possibility of exposure. Letters enslosing 910 will receive prompt attention with best advice and instructions. (’. H.ToZKR, M.D.. 6th street, between J mid K. •HEAD AND REFLECT. Dr. Cha'n If. Tuter's Curd to the Afflicted, Quick cures i-nd low prices at the old established office, filli street between <1 and K. nit. TOZUR returns Ids thunks to Ids numerous patients for tlo-ir patron age, and would em brace this opportunity to remind them that he con tinues to consult on those cases et vestaical w hich have bullied tiie skill of some of the most celebrated physicians of the age. and upon which he lias uectr failed la perform a rinitial cure. Hr. Toner's reputation as a physician stands on equalled. His exclusive attention to diseases ol the genito urinary organs for so many years, renders him perfectly ina-ler of syphilitic diseases. The large number of aggravated cases that lie has perfectly cured after they have been given up ny litany others is the only proof tlint a physician re. quires of bis ability. Dr. Tozer would stain that he can cure any and all esse* of varieties of the disease, n>> mall r how longstanding, or what progress the disease has made, every patient cun rely upon a cure. Hr Tozer has, it is well known, taken patients from the very verge of the grave, and restored them to perfect health. He would further State, that he deems it sufficient to attract the attention of those wlio might need the services ol a physician in all cases, hut particularly those enumerated in the ad vertisement. expecting they would test my merits as a practitioner; and tin- result ol my practice lias been thus far satislaclory to my patients and myself. Nor do I deem it necessary to fill columns of Hie newspa pers with fulsome elliptic un.l hontlmslic advertise ment. professing my ability to heal all disease# ilesh is heir in, for to do that I must ho something more limn Man. hip to give those Hint are alillcled with Venereal, Chronic, ahd other diseases, to understand from long experience, I am fully competent to treat them successfully. My regard for the dignity of the medical profession, to which I have the honor to belong, deters me from coinmining any act savoring of rank quackery, ami regard for my own dignity would prevout my placing myself on a par with quacks and nostrum venders of the present age. I oiler no fraudulent or genuine certificates or pulls of my superior qualifications ns it practitioner: neither do I a-snme to myself medical honors to which I sin not entitled, but merelr ask those who are diseased, to read the different advertisements relating to the cure of private diseases, and judge for themselves where io apply for relief. My rooms are so arranged Hull lean he consulled in privacy at nil hours of the day, from SI o clock in the mommy until ri o’clock In Hie evening. I’ersons with Chronic Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Local Weakness, Nervous Dehilr.y, how (spirits, Lassitude Weakness of the himhs and Hack. Indisposition. Loss of Memory. Aversion to society. Love of Solitude. Timidity, Self Distrust. Dizziness. Headache, Pains In the side. Affection ot the Kyes. Pimples on the face. Sexual ami other infirmities in Man, Jvc.. will find it important to consult Dr. ('. 11. Tozer, at his office, 6lh street, between.) and K, Sacramento. KKAIi AND REFLECT. ■ 'fcR.niAUI.KS II TO/KU’S CAKD to the afllic- UJ ti ll ui California. In approaching tiny new course of systematic ini|iiiry, there lire cei lai ll points concerning » hicli tlio inipiin r should always lie care till to satisfy himself, lie slionlit conipn -head ills linclly what the subject of inquiry is—Health and J hsense. If we can form and tlx in our minds a ch ar concep tion of the shite of Health, we shall have no dillienlty in nnderslan.ling w hat was meant by Disease. I!ut beyond, though not above, these objects of investiga tion ol the huinttn body, we have another and still nobler iml I; i- to lay before yon insucli terms that yi it i annul be mistaken and will know w here to ap ply for relief. 1 use the word “disease” generally, nnd before I speakol Hie signs ol particular diseases, it will he pr per to lake a g'-;ier:.l i few of sy inploins. When a person is In i ill) 1.11 or alllii led with disease, w hicli causes a weakness of the- hack and limbs, pain in the head, dimness of sight, 10-s cl muscular power, pal pitation of Hie liean, irritability, nervousness, dys pepsia, derangement of the digestive inactions. gen end debility, symptom- of consumption, and many others which are better explained titan put on paper, and require Medical or Sutricnl attendance, it would he well fur them to inquire n there is a physician w ho is competent to attend them, and who nmlcrlstinds the application ot medicine, and whose scientific at tainments in his profession, and whose age and expe rience entitle him to yours confidence. Considering these things, Pr. I’hs--. II To/.er I. .« concluded to in form you that are afllietod, advertising hi> place of business, staling that he has been a successful prac titioner for over twenty live years, and has ATTENDED AND CI'RKD H I'NDSEDS, when they nave been considered hy other physicians and have been pronounced by them pa t recovery Therefore you may rely upon him a* one in whom secresy and ;(>i utmost confklen e can be placed. Hr 11. T.woiild invite nil that are nffin-led to call on him, an 1 it he does not administer for them.there w ill be no charge made, bet no false delicacy pre vent you. hat apply immediately, and save yousell from the dreadlnl e. ns. quinces which must follow those who neglect lo r*-enve iittendanee. I Hr H. H. Tetter's office is on i-di street, near the Tel vide re Hotel, bet wc en J ami l\ streets. His r --»mus are si arranged that Hie Doctor can be consulted ■ w ithout f> ar of no h -tation. 11 'ice hours, treat P in the morning until 8 in the j evening. C. 11. Tt'/.IIK, M. !»., i v ■ i!t. V Dr. J. L. t'st.vt’KAV.—The geiitletnnn whose i name forms the cap'.ion of this notice is one of Hie ( tew modern physicians whose application to his pro i Session and devo.ion to the alllh h d, render him alike nil orm iaciil to the one and a hem-til lo Hie other. A . Hungarian by birth,hi .-ought with Kossuth to place ; bis country among Hie nations of earth, beyond the i oppressor's rale, that her sum might rejoice in the I practice ol those precepts w hich are alike our glory and our pride In his efforts si. to do, lie has reaped the reward of ins ifectnal resistance to oppn-ssititmind -u I onic and a country know him no more.” Apart. ' however, Ironi his claims upon our consideration as n patriot, the testimonials of character niul capacity widcli he brings entitle him to public confidence, to ■ tin- exclusion of those who (mssess neither the one or the other. \s a geiuh-iuan tits character is untar , ntshi 1; as a physician, ids skill unsurpassed; and I to those whose imprudence has left upon them the taints of disees* . w e can conscientiously commend 1 him with tiie assurance that in him lh--y will tind a Irieiet whom to know isim-al gain. The Dr.’a office i is No. Sand 4 Armory Ihtll.corneruf Sacramentoand Montgomery st reels .'an Francisco. a!4-3m MEDICAL. DU J C. YOUNG’S CARDS. IMPORTANT TO MINER*, TRAVKI.RUS. KTC. raTIIKRK is no malady of iW|»r Importance either I in a medical or moral light of view. to which the human family la more liable than that arising from Impure connections. Kn a medical man it I* iho duty of every physician to look at disease as it effects health amt life, and his sole object should be lo mitigate, as far as lies in his power, the bodily suffering. Human i.ature at best is but fy .il, all are liable lo misfortune. I If all Ihe ills that affect man none are mere terrible than those of a private nature.—bread fill as it Is in the istsoii who contracts it. frightful as are its ravag es upon his constitution, ending frequently in deslrnc* lion mid a loathsome grave, It becomes of still greater importance when it is transmitted to innocent off spring. sbich being the erse how necessary it he comes that everv one na\ hut the least reason to fear that they have contracted the disease, should ntleml toll at once hy consulting some physician, whose respectathilliy am) education enables him lo warrant a safe, speedy, and permelient cure. In accordance with this necessity, HR YoFNC feels called upon to state that, hy long study mid extensive practice, he has led.une perfect master of all those diseases which come under the denomination of venereal, mid hav ing paid more attenti >ti to that one branch than ally other physician In the Failed States, he feels himself betterijualided to treat them. Syphilis in all its forms, such as ulcers, swelling In the groans, ulcer in the throat, secondary syphilis, cu taneous eruptions, ulcerations, terluarv syphilis, sy philis in children, mercureal sy philltic affections, gon orrhea, gleet, strictures, false passages, intlanmti.in of the bladder and prut rale glands, excoriations, tumors, postules. .Vic., ate as familiar to him as the most com mon things of daily observation. The Doctor effects a cure in recent cases in a few days and finds no difficulty in curing those of long duration, without submitting the patient to sm h treat ment as will draw upon him the alighlesi suspicion or oblige him to neglect his business, whether within oors or without. Tin* diet need not Vie changed, ix cepl in cases of severe inllaintilhui. There are in Cull fornia patients (amounting to mei two thousand In the past year I that could furnish proof of this; hut these are matters tied require thi nicest eecresy which hi* id way s pres.rv. s All letters enclosing $lO, will he promptly attended to. Office hours from It A. M lo S P M, Address J. C. Vol’NtJ, M. <», Kxpress llulldings, corner nf Montgomery and (’alifnriilaii streets, over M'ells •’ur gn A. Co.’s Kxpress Department. a CARD—FROM lilt. YfHIND’S PI!IVATM .'lt MKDD'AI. Office —To the affhcled—ln this age of progress, whim science is develop ng itself in sucah a manner as toappeur almost miraculous,every thing ia common place is looked upon ns not worth notice In view of this fact Dr. Young, corner of .Montgomery and California streets, has concluded to leave the lu’ateii track hitherto pursued by most sci entific physicians, (that of wailing for the public lo find you out alone,) and publish to the world, as much as may he. tils knowledge of the healing art. to let those who he In need of assistance khow where they call Hind relief without tear of being imposed upon In continuation of this subject. Dr. Young would say. that of the past ten years he has pursued the practiue of medicine in one of the largest cities In the Vnited Stall's, witli the highest success, and that his standing as a physician Is without reproach, having al one time hoeii lecturer at the Cniverslly ol Peiin svlvania on venereal diseases. \ e. ' t’pon all of these coiiideralions. Dr. Young has con (ldeiice in introducing himself to the public, knowing that they w ill sustain well earned merit. The following are a few of the many testimonials which have appeared in the public journals the lost few years: [Prom the lloslon Medical Journal.! Although we aro opposed 101 l e system ot advertis ing, for good and sufficient reasons, still we deem il but justice lo say that Dr Young is one of the most industrious and'indefatigable votaries of the medical science In the United States. From Professor Jackson The subscriber is personally acquainted with Dr Voting, ami has seen lunch of his practice, and can hear lestimoney to hisim rili ns a practitioner. From the New York Herald The eminence of this distinguished gentleman in his profession, and the very extended opportunities possessed by him for the observation of venereal dis eases, make his services invaluable to those afflicted witli 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 his skill, honor and in legrltv all may rely with safely, while most ofthe practitioners in this city are without honesty or res pectability. their pretentions being grounded in ignor ance and assumption. t Iffice cornor of Montgomery and California streets, up stairs, opposite I lie huldv illg house o( \\ eI i s I ;U"*< i fc Co, Open from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M , Sunday in cluded- rtiVATT. Medical Oflin—llmulr-iJa nf t! •>««• who have contracted disease lire ill.-julpo'mt* I of a cure by not call ini! on Hr. Voinar at llr-l. Ilf will forfeit any sum if be fail* to cure miv cas.- Unit him eenie miller his eare, ne mailer how lon.' .«taii<liiiir or alllielinu'. such ns ulcers, tumors, nodes, hunches, pimples on the fac“ aiel laxly, | mm** in the hones ami toiiis. wakefulness, Irembliuif copper col* re.l s.-res. wastine ef the hones, emaciation, loss ot ..j.|<- the. strong:n oml flesh. Mires in the nose and ears, |, - m hair, weak eyes itching humors. ,V. Many per*. ms after helm; ridievo.l ef all extern d appearance-. o; j riva'e dis.■ ise, e-pj oso thentselv. s eureil hat .after a tew months find they are troubled with various symptoms which they never had In fore, and which lin y find it impossible to relieve. To nil who are nf dieted in this wav. Ur. Voutti! would particularly rec ommend a trial of his skill. The symptoms with which you are troubled are caused hy taints in the blood, *w Inch soon, r or Inter will destroy y our health and hap piness, \e person who has evi r had an title kof any pri \ a :e complaint should not fail to consult Dr. \ outer and take a few hollies of his invaluable peril'in ' ... can rest ' is in a perfectly pure and healthy condition, and Inal everv trace of disease fs removed fro u the system, Kecent cases cured in groin two to IK.■ days without chlilitte of diet or liimlrunce from Imsjness. . r te. li e. nt; .1 c vodnc; t)(Hre. comer Montgomery nod California streets, opposite Wei!*, Fargo k Co.». Office hours from fl A. M., to 8 I*. M. Mansuille, June 10th. Ir'a.a U. J. C. VOI T NO—Picar Sir Please m i..! me some ef the medicines you pre- 'rih -d i.i my ca I have a friend here w h.> is Ir.> tided in ext . . the same way that 1 was. lie has nightly emissions, ringing arise in his head, weak Pact:, loss of memory, and Is generally debilitated ; he is discount!..'.! and has not confidence enough to enable him to cal! rati see you. 1 told him how 1 was. and that my friends tdi said I was iti consiin.ption. and Ih 'doctors np Ic'r.' t'.o.e me up and advised tin* t ' home to die, tin' instead of going home I called upon yon, atel iter.* I am. as well as artv ‘ tin in, ami I.K.'iy to live a loir.' tunc \. ', wittl -drouth enough h‘ w. r k with tno strong e«t Of them. Doctor. 1 W ill sou ’ «-ry «>l;e to you th-ll loop, to me as though he aced.-d a "it ian It 'hall not ho my fault If any one dies 1.. r want of in. di.-al (realm* nt. I will do all I cun to k.-rp tin* iilll.ctcd awn front those (Teds of society, y. icpt profes-wirs and high sot iding titled men who, if the facts were known, are men w In. tel l their country let their coun try’s "rood, pnblis this Infer, doctor, it you wish, and I hope some of those that humbugged me, may See it and sleep had for one Ui(f lit - Truly yours, n GKO, DAVIDSON. EDWARD M. BURROWS. INTK R N AT I ON All! OTLI.S A LOON JACKSON STREET, Between lYloutfronicrv and Kearney- SAN FRANCISCO- Brst Theßranda tf Rrandiei , JVinet and ?eg«f>. MEDICAL. DR. HEINIMANNS PEI VA TE MEDIC AI. OFFICE CORMBU MONTCIOMBRV k JACASON STRBETS* SAN FRANCISCO nu. M. lIKIINIM \NN. corner of Kearney and Pacific street*. Pan Francisco, I«i«- for n nnmlwr of years, In the military and other hospital* of I ranee devoted his study principally to the treatment ol Pe- Cft*l diseases, anil therefore |n»R»es»e* a thoronuh ex (terience in tin. narticunliir branch Mo i» al-*** |>* r feelly fiimiiinr with all Iho recently discovered am! highly important remedies ami moan* lor tho onro of such diseases. Il I* scarcely necessary lo niM Imto thal in France where secret disease* art* of ni*>ro Ire i)iioni occurrence Ihun any where el*<. ih.i physician.* of that country art* toon* expert in their cure. mnl art* roiiKiaiitly ami *ucce**fully endeavorinu to find o it now ronu.il|o«, moro efficient ami lea* duiißC4ous than those fonnorly used Mr. Iloinimanii is Ihoroforo, enabled In run* all I host* illsotisos with perfect certainty, wilhcuil n-iuu morenry, in a very rhnrt lino*, ami without subjecting hi* patient* to the risk of subsequent injmlous conse quences. chronic Gonorrhea, Ryormntnrrhoa, flour Allots, floiioral Debility tho rosali ol iniscomlnct. (*olln(ions, ( |nin in tho Imek ami sides. Kriiplion«of all kind*, produced hv Inlorior cause*. I.os* of Hair Uheunitl ion in tho Joints. Nocnrnal sweat*. Soniiiml ami Vrin al weakness. Injuries received by mercurial treat ment, &e. &c are enroll hylic, lleihiminin wllh the aid of remedies known but to himself, to the perfect satisfaction of his clients. Recent diseases ol the above named kind will he promptly and radically removed before they cm set tJo in tin* body and become chronic, hy Mr, lleini mann’s own purify imf vegetable remedies. Dr. Iloinimanii' farther possesses a sure remedy fid.y tested, and which can bo rolled upon, for the cure of Intermittent Fever, i hill and Fever, Fever and Ague. also a mean* to remove, in a few days tor ver. a had breath, with ml the least Injury to the toiiiiich. In the pdesent days nnne-roii* remedies are offered everywhere for tel imnumahle dl-eases, tint ih most of the cases the anll'er-r* are so sadly dis appointed that they look with Justifiable mistrust on till advertisements id this kind. Pr Ileinimanii's re* un dies need mil he recommended hy pnffhmr charla tanism. lor they recommend themselves hy their el fecls. as has been seen and experienced hy innneoiis patients who fortunately for themselves, lia\e used them. For tho information and satis),n lion ol lie' often deceived public, lie' statement will sntlieo that Mr. Ileiiiniianli has in his possesrion over two hun dred testimonials from pationls cured hy him, besides many other reliable persons, which he is ready to ex I,ilut when required, w hile common decency lorbids him lo publish them in the newspapers. Persons apply me to Mr lleiniinann shall not he obliged to pay in advance tile (nil price of tin cure, as he is willing to submit his shill and his roiuudies (irsl |i i he tested. Oho thing tho Doctor inviiriahly requires frnni all his patients, thal is a faithful ami strict conformance with all Ins directions and preemptions, otherwise he cannot and w ill not warrant a cure. Written consultations will be given without charge and roninumiculums answered whether containimr ti fee or not, promply, punctually and with strict seer*** cy, on atqily ing, postage paid, in the English, I reneli or Herman Languages, lo Mr. M. lIKINIM ANV. Corner of Kearney and I’nciflc streets, Pan Fnineisco, To show te the satisfaction of all that Mr Ileini in mi ti i* a thoroiutly V'lucaM d. practical and experi enced pliysician and -ingeori. the following from his numerous testimonials, are submitted to the public. Values are suppressed, hut the authors are at any time ready to proclaim their truth and authenticity helore the world. (linekswoon Vai.lkv, Feb. 11,ISutl, M.iar Doctor:--I have known you since I**4o and yon liuve given so many proofs ol your talents and experience, that yon have entirely won confidence Although yam reside at at a ureal distance IViini me yon know tlni! I have several time sent you patients which other doclojs have uiven tip as Incurable, and yon have always received them ami saved not only their limbs hut also their lives. I will omy mention here the case of Mr. C , from Auburn, who is indebted to you for the preservation ol his right arm. w hich other doctors w anted to amputate, and that of Mu (i .ofColoinii. who although uiven tip as hopeless by two doctors was cured by yon in two weeks time. As to what yon have done for my lami* ly, sultlce it to say, I will never be ahlo lo repay you. Accept dear Doctor, these few lines ns a proof of the hiuh esteem I have of ymir talents as a medical man, and believe me te he your constant triend. F 11. Proprietor of the Miner's Hole To Dr. Ileinimnnn. Pan Francisco Greenwood. February 11 Hi, 1 ■‘.‘ill. Having sty died medicine myself al the Fni\ ersiiy ol Tavia, u Italy, I suppose I know eno tgh to lieved when I declare hereby that you :*o* lie* be ' I hysician I ever met with in t ’nlilornia. I hi- dec! >• ration i-I Haled on what 1 have seen you d • id heard from everybody when I resid'il at Mormon Is land. I know of many persons to whom yon one saved life (did limbs idler they had been .•omph * i Men up by others, and who will at any ion*- eon e I i want ami P-tlly to the trnlh *d this and to your ■ i nee. Wishing you for tin* future, th" same sue ee-s which has intended you thus far. I roinain truly yours, G, K, To 1 »r. Iletiiimann, Pan Francisco. t'oloma, Jnnrrry imh, |v,r. ytv Dear ami Much I*'.* teemed Doctor:—lf i* with much retri<-t thal I and all your other fri.aw yoi qud Mormon Island. We have lost In ;. a a pl y-i *•• not ureal talent nn*l experience, who -, • could c apprei i.e ■ too much. It was proven enom.m I , tie numerous who cann* to call **n yon trom .ill j, - **: -•, the inines,and yon an* in the he*t all. >|y.ell, \ eo up by whom I considered our lx -! jh. sicians. prepared mi -ell lo die ; hy chance I e.a n.e na il. r vm.r treatment and you ham* cured me ol a * sickiiesi in a short linn*. You have proved yonrsell a physician and you do honor to th, ii.-.m* •*’. *l*o l>r. 11. Helnlmann, Corner Jackson an*l Monfo*mien streets, Pan Nrancisco—Dear Sir:—ll is m , h y lenMin* that we notice tho imhonnded sue c**«s wtlieh has intended you in your practice since vonr residence in this State, now over even Tiie k< od you have done and the skill yon Uavoexer m-. 1 in the cures that come under our oh**•rvution in:,ln- II cmrdulv lo h’.il he known to the world and i,.m, i cticularly to those now-nfferinu w:*l '-•■■■ \|, ~f ox were wil ac*|Uain I*il with y<a\vh,i-1 ~ * at r* -i 1.-d al Mormon Island, and wilnes-ed th**r«* -* me remaruHlde cures which yon etlec'eil on | :ii»-m •* vi It e case, were pr uiotlUCed hopeless by • minenl phy sician*. We have also »een whaly I I • l.irnil** of our friends now residii.u utivhnoa and PI | x xx no after mueh pesuasi m and re-ills on our part, consented to uo aad****y•a, w a* a, 11,, , |,a ■ almost despaired of th'-ir lives They d*d * ■ i Rand are new living baleand hearty men; n„d read r. if tin# noßce ktHiuld reach jrour eye nrwl x.,,1 re :,ir„:,*d. lake Ottr advice and UO to Mr III.IN jM y \ and you will never re .'ret it 11. ir Doe*, r. receive with our in*-’ le arly wllh*** for your future welfare the ass'irance that w le-liev • yon to Ihi one of our most talented and exjsTiencod ppy-e 1 n- ill the Platt*. Flirt i m* k 11 ai.vw a % x. I (pr- p'r Miners' Hotel.) 1 J 4, on U ISKI.tMAxv, vGreenwoo<! Valley (ji r < : r* i'iiwt*< <1 Brevu ry, I •I f 111 \ (.K'IIKJK, Aicoivt Hahnk, J fernui Ull.rn.SX, Jcoioma. ('ll Alt las (.is*. S T. Mkh/., ) Prt*pr’»of the j T. I: k/.ia. 1 t'roi* Federate. Plaeerville. Jkan Mi i hi ck, i A. 11. WaLKC*. F.l Iktrado Plide. O. ZruU'kk. ■ 'inn o( F.. Puppu x Oo.,) Oroville. Josi vh (ii.mi., Auburn. Ciuku* Kastklli, Spanish Dry Ditntinu*. T. br.xMM.itK. prop'r of bridge,) Condemned Bar. C. WoLi.ru, Pucrutnento, R. FuKditorß, do G. Kenal'D, do Capt. 11 i m>, Michiifuri Bluffs. Fapt. F. P. McmroßD. Mormon Island. IlrxKV Trcel, (Republican House,) Jackson, Tin* teeiimouial was not aolicited by Dr Heinl maun. aag-Tsß MEDICAL. DR- L. J. CZAPKAY S (irnnil .Medical nml Surgical Institute, Ar ory Hull bnibilmr. t’orner of M"iiieoim>7 and Sacramento»!.«., Sun Krniirwi'. f'.ti T.V:.*V r. I fuT Ikr yrrm.mrnt nii r of" t.ll J'' I nml rhrttnir *h*-M«M, ‘inti ihf sspns,oo-i n / yio*, Levy, Dim. .i.czapkav, i.mt. in mi: iirstn ri.ill Revolutionary War <'4«l.-f I'liy -nlan llir -Joth rt-u-imt-iit ol (thief Sic" ;. ■> i I > Hit* Military I• I I’t «th, Ilmiif iry nnd ' •!■ I 'in n r on Dist-ns*-* of Urinary oriruns nml Ils* i*"< oT women nml children. has opened iti-. institute for the cure of all form# of private diseases, Midi n< syphilis. tf'ii.m Inal, nocturnal emis sions. nml nil llo* roiiscipieiirrs of s. p. .th >-.■ In ihft lir-i nlm-i'. i I goir>rrhenl disc is* «I r u lar i I'MirnfH in a few ,tiys. without iicom, iiiom'i' o. tin* patient, rr hindrance to b.s hiu-ttn•»< U ben a p .'ieiil, by nettled. or improper Ir.' ment, ha« dr*elo|iel ttm secondary symptoms of \ fi l li->. sudi »• i.u'Mir*, or painful awelilmf* on tin* Uroili*. or ifrcr- in I to- throat nml mwe, which, it tiot cberked, d.-iroi the soft purl* mid cam«o tho hunt-* to nioriily. -o| -inde anil come awn), loavimr lhr ■»nfT.■ r«-r nn obuvl linin' '« to liehoVl; or when splotch.-s :,i.< 1 ?i mj»!*•■. i.-. uk out ii lam the akin. or w lion hr 100 painful >« ■ r 'o._-« upon tho l>om *. or * hon In- constitution i« injur*-o an to pr* .dispose to consumption or oth«*r ii iillo-m. disease. till' llooioj tt ll-, rant -• a cm>• oi -k- noi-oni* I iiiMition. In it I .on in at i- in, chronic or anile; ill 11\Montcri, or Iltnrrb I*‘|. hr bus safe and e'f.ct'..'d re. nioilji M. for tho tri'iiiinriii of tho conn i)nences of Mi'll iihimp, niich an nodiirinil einissji n*. m rv.>ii«iii'*«i 11 ill tit I• y. licnilni'hi'. pa ini In Ihr back nml 1 mb.-, with i/enenii weakne-s, loss of n;i| otiio, loin of rmunory. injury to tho slirbl, ri—ih*s»imss. contusion of (dens, di-lik'e lor aocirty. nml (eeilinfol v.o inm’«s of lifr; wish tho m rvmiM svsiem m exclleal.lo (hat “tl'-dit mdses shock or atnrilr llm patlenl makim; bis esi.i -i iico miserable. for tin* nliovr main ;o i in - lioctor w ill k'unrniilrr n enrr or as!, no coinpi i - oion. 110 can hr I'omniltril ree of charge, nml invites all to oil. in* it will coal thrill nollnm;. nml nicy hr iniicll to llnnr advantage. TUANKiUUNKM* is THK INCKMIVK TO (■ u ati rrj>r. «t n i;I.mV wo publish tho i rrlirtcnlrs of two of the HI j sufferer* from the pam-* o' ( 1 1 . who hav ini; rrcovrrril tin ir h.i im r health. nml impelled bv gratitude. mnkr know n their eases nml Il o roim dial iiKrnl; nml thair rlnlrimnls :,rc mi l In- 1 ' lir •• I to ti Notary I’llbllc. Tbr (Irtnnmla of' aoririy imp Tlonslr coiiiui.itnl thrir piibbcitv. nml no couniirml their prrurnl to tbr nttrntlon ot nil nfllirtrd. CKHTiriCATK Tim lindrrsltrm l, di'siious of nci|iinln!lm; (hour who may Im iniforlitinilr month to !>.■ s.inibirlv nf lliclrd whrrr n pi rnnill nt rrlirf of thrir nidi nn-*a may Im olilionod, l»rt-* it bis duly to llm- publicly nprr-K Ins rincrrr utiitil• i< 1 1 ■ lo I• r I. .1 i /..ipkiiy, for thr prrmnm nt Miner) of bin to alih, Horn« down by tbo dii>tn ssiiu; ryniplonm iiunii lit to llrr \ icioti.s pmrticrs ol nnrontrollablo pa-sioii in youth, (b'pri'ssod in body mid mind, nimbi' to portoi m rvi n tin- most t rill ink' ilutv impos'd upon tbo ilaily nvocn lions of Ido, I rollviht I Ins mil ice of In.'inv (.m-iriuirs, who nl tir-t ri'ifnnb <! inv discaso ot trilifi ■ im|i"i'f mice, bid amid atd r a (■« wroks. and in «oi i :>i tn -Iniicos nionllis. oi tlndr trratim nt, I found to m. mi— iltlmblr horror, thill insli ad ot n lo t tin - -> mphuii.a bi'tmnr irtorr alarminti In thrir toitnio. mil Im iim limdly told uir b\ ' He th d llnoli-t . o I* iii. rontun'd principly lo tho bruin, inoiicinos would bool tilth • ■oiisripirma-. I dcspain d i I i n rn nrnini>i my bcahb slroiuilb and rnor. i . m il a» a last n sorl. and w itN but a titinl hope. nd). I upon I'r. C/.i| kay wbo. nflrr rx mn in inif my rn-i-. prismliiil some' me • l ir ini' whir li almost in.-lulilly re in vod mr of tin* duli j .iins ami di/Ztno-s in inv hr.id, I’; *■*meal.'' d In t; is r* . ult, ( rrsolvod to plnco inys. ll inumdinb !y mid' r 1 is carr, mid, by n sli'irl obrdionro In his ilio r'i a“ and nd viro, niy honil hrcaini' rlrnr. my idrtis collret id. tfw ronslnnl puin in my bark mid irro'i s tli • woakito~s of in' limbs, thr m-rvous rntrlioii d my 'aholrsy-s loin on tho sl'i-ldosl alarm or i xriloiin id. tin ntis unthi’opy nml nil lon tiodinrs. liio -od diur .st and want of contldolico in iv. lo rs, tho inenf :dn *IV In slnd) and wind ol rosoln. ion, tin- li ilfltllnl • ifim.-, and at tiinos plrusiiraldd ilri'Hiiis at meld, ,'olfowi d by im< I Hilary ilisrldimrs. In vr nil di- pj" ari d mill ill fact, in two moidlis nflrr ImviiiL.' rotisnlusl tin li. clor, 1 ltdt us if in-pircd by a now lib- ihnt lif» which, Iml h short timo nk'o, I ronti inptah Jto mil hy my ow n hand. ‘With a vi-w to tninrd thr imfortnniitr Inun fnliiiijf into thr snnrosi>l ini’"i(ipotoiil ipincks, i d'-ora dmy itmv to ollor tins lost,irony to tin- nn rit nml -kill of 111'. I /apkny. nnd rrcoiimirnd him I" ulf wliomny stand in nni 1 of nioeliciil mlvi-'c. boini; assured bjr in> own rxprrit'tn'r llril, oniv umb-i l,nciiii'..i mil icnl mid porniniirnt e uro w ill hr i 1 >■ • d It. IM lM.MitRr. Stnto of (tnliforiiia. cnmdy of Sun frm ■ •<;■>- -iih -ml" il nml sworn bomrn mr. Ibis 17th day "l April, 11, jsoo. (Sigurd) Jims J in i.kton. Notary lb.loir, A —Proinplt d by nn hourat d*-- roof my ,V. pi art, I Wish to lay bid or tin public a enso w!. ■ b h s'-ri. In.di mn 1111011* a I ion, m ' "u!y • -n»; ,:skill, tml thut rl huninnit) l i.i yo.i* ,c. .. I aid* id;., and from ri : ■ - i.nkm.wu us, il with n Sit ol epilepsy,wbio . ■ U> my iia ... ..toin ' l thr ’Mn ' - ; rO I i Upoi; :i I in.:', in,:!, no do'.: i t t al.'la I I, and th ' 'll 1 n;< ' m ;.h on lilU'iopliiiif it, -oor t'orana wm ll.i Ii led lo boia '. , as lo doty th" s', -. i ,r, I wii !'• ,o . tly wh lo In i nr-u t I in;, I brow n d< *w i. to '.hr r round w H hunt ! wan link-, nnd Hlitn»ii'-h inscii- do to ti. )i I dr.-ptsi d the lalsrri.as ol in\ lit*',.'Ho 1 . in ItMik opnn l 1 a who w oul.l r.■ id*■ rmo ■* .m o or si a-1 tor im* from damn ras o in-in it at w lo* -.a oh't" proto m; lb*' m is. insol my i:\isb o ■ . )' In I*' in this •Hair, imli ,i im; jr■ t i my at:... • u tasted Ibt* su'oris of iilo. 1 once tli re w ,".s Imlm-rd to alt»in|it -. ri im; nid ol i pby -i-l.uuami. by re..am mlatioii, ■■ i o ii Dr. i.. J. < /.■ ik a . f told bint ii clr ' mid my inaldl.'y I • reward him for his irdlo-s oi’wliii h. l.i lieief, la a! oner utidoitook it ; • a. d w th !.. ■ bl* • <-"l I wit.-oner more respired to perfect limit It. fnnblo to reward him I'ortim boon which 1 ‘ tijoy at present, and \ct roii*ri<Mis of niv imb ld* In-'.-s. 1 r .n-idrr il due to my si'll a , . lo ail tie' alllirp d to muk< th ■ c .so pul,lie, in order Mini lie st :n need ol no ~ d advice may laid n (ihjsiriaii in whom rvery rout!., iir* cun Is* placed MiiVfß VAIIMjN^KV. Si ho ..f California, county i 1 ■ in f rmr." >. s«—Sub crib-d mid swum before in*' tl.i* flr.-t •: > i.cml A. 1> I'jli. tiU.m-Rt i.iUIAVT. 1..5. No:ary I'ulllic. Hr ( .1. (’ vijikny's Medlrnl an ' Surra ! In-.';pit<> Is at Id." > ornrr ol Montiroiuory and S.arrann i to .s , >:.a i r,- ioum'o * aid* ruin. I In* Doctor nd. rs 7,- r. u-nlbilii.o-, mid asks no rnnmr ration link s* . tier.s a cur*’, Fpl IIMATOBUtKI* \. ftR, locttl « w, nerroiw dibdily, low spirit*, %P .-sitnd*'. wuuikia.ss ef ■:.. liriibf • i.d I ■ . . in di-position mid incapability lor labor m l study, !'ill iii" of appri-h" n- ion, loss of lannory . ai* r-a .O (). •|. y. love ef si tin mb' 'in. lily,-olf (iislrn-.1, di/./.in* ss 1.. d .rl.f. Im"bmtary *!i rh.p-.it.s in tbr side, ill. . ■ tops ol tlo-ie* s. | inipn on the far , ,-i said : ml lenoiit ■cli i 1 ; oi a ph>- u my cull • ■ '.'l * st, a/. i a. ! ..a 1* arm d call* ciinistanc* m niia-s. ro'-tiii other iidlrni'.; tie ii -l'y role * /.api.n). 11l w a km • chi . ■ 111 Ill' 11, are ri ara'.il pbysii n inoi h M. ».i rnrii a r-i and lienee* tie wi fail by and ".r'.'i'i 1... 1 . 1 - iis i t*w,i nn L'r, a’ sore*'--. All co'i-ii!'.;' "i> it; letter or otherwise) free. Address I . .1. t'/.apkny, M. D.. San I'riuicisro, *'i ! ad-Sm -ft VI «l rfJl. —V. .. *L o —Tt .Co* J*it Jin 'a-i*' 'Hi y.\LE >y the Case or Tuc-kage in If quantities to suit. Long bill paper. Legal cop Letter Paper, luk I’.i oml hill ptij er. Fool* cap, Note paper, I'en oils, Illatik Hooks, Wafers, &c vNc. Noii/ Carriers Book <N Stationary Co, Hl.Battery & cdj Long Wharf. Han Fran cisco. C- P. KIMBALL, Pres. i>v, OROVILLE LODGE, N«- S 9. h ot O. K. inerts every Mcnaliiy eve* LNhcsinir in the Masonic Hull, brothers in gixal stnndinir are respectfully invited le attend. TU<»MA= COLEMAN, N. U. J. M. Clark, Secretary,