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Jugglers of India. The conversation of a friend, recent ly from India, enables us to notice one or two of the surprising perfonuanes ot the jugglers ot that country, which, though familiar to persons acquainted with eastern matters, may be new to many of our readers. A party of juggles enme forward on one occasion to perform publickly in the yard of the barracks at Madras. Many hundreds ot people of ail kinds, ages and denominations, including the soldiery of the establishment, assem bled to witness the exhibition, and some little temporary arrangements were j made, that all might see and hear con veniently. The leader of the jugglers who were all, of course, native* of Hin dostan, requested the commanding of ficer to place a guard of men around the scene of display—a precaution which was adopted, and proved a very wise one. The floor of the court, be it observed, was composed of sand, firm and well trodden. On this ground, 1 then after some preliminary tricks of an inleior kind, one man was left! alone with a little girl, the latter seem ing about eight or nine years old. Be side them stood a tall, n irrow basket, perhaps three or four feet high, by lit tle more than a foot in width, and open at the top. No other oi>j ct, living or inanimate, appeared on the ground. After a short period spout by the man iu conversing with the girl, tie seemed to get angry, end began to rad loudly at her for her neglect of some wish of his. The child attempted to soothe him, but ho continued to show au in creased degree of irritation as he wont on. By degrees he lashed himsclt up into such an apparent fury, that the foam actually stood upon his lips, and, being naturally of an unprepossessing countenance, ho looked, to the white Spectators at least, as like an enraged demon as might be. Finally, his wrath at the girl rose seemingly to an uncon trollable height, and he seized her and put her beneath the basket, or rather, turned dow n the open mouth of the basket over her person. She was thus shut entirely up, the turned bottom of the basket closing her in above- Hav ing thus disposed ot the child, in spite of her screams and entreaties, the man drew his sword, which was as bright as the surface of a mirror, and he ap pearod as if about to wreak some fur ther evil on the object of his ire. And alter some moments, during which he talked to himself uml to tne inclosed girl as if justifying Ids anger, he did actually at length plunge the sword down into the basket, and drew it out dripping with blood, or at least blood red drops ! The child screamed pito ously from her prison, but in vain ; for the man plunged the weapon again and a«aiu into the scene of her confine «icnt. C As ho did so, the cries of the girl became faint by degrees, and in the eml died away altogether. The deed of death was consummated ! So, «t least, thought most of the horror-struch persons who witnessed thisa ction. And well it was f<>r the chief performer in it, that he had re quested a guard to be placed, for it re quired all ihe exertion of this guard to prevent the aroused soldiery, who be lieved this to be no trick, but a piece of diabolical butchery, from leaping in. to tiie arena and tearing the man to pieces. Toe excitable !• ishmen among mo number, in paiticulur, ground their teeth agaiust one another, and mutter ed language notvery complimentary to the juggler- Even the officers, whose better cducation and experience made them less open to such feelings grew pale with uneasiness. But observe the issue of all this. When the man seemed to have car ried his rage to the last extremitv, warned, perhaps, by’ the looks ot the soldiery that it would be as w.ll to close the exhibition without delay, he raised his bloody sword for a moment, before the eyes of the assemblage, and then struck the basket smartly with it The basket tumbled over to a side, and on the spot which it had covered, in the place of the girl whose last groans bad just been heard, the re was seen—nothing ! Nothing but the flat sand of the court yard! No vestige of dress, or any other thing to indicate that the girl had ever been there ! The amazement of the spectators was un bounded, and it was, it possible, ren dered more intense, when, after the Japan ot a few seconds, the identical MEDICAL. DR. CHABLES H TOZERS Private Medical Card. STRANfIKIt? visiting Sacramento will remember that Dr. Toler’s Infirmary In in Utli street, be tween J and K sis., HaeraiM'iito. Tim great success ami many radical cures made by Dr. Toaer since, bis commencement in ibis city, which hundreds can lustily, induces him to inform those afflicted with any private complaints, recent or chronic, oihl wish to be well nml thoroughly cured. It will be to their interest nml well fare to call on him who for the last twenty five years has (riven his on tire attention to private Complaint*, and to all cases of a private nature, acute and chronic, such us Py phillie, rtecondsry and Constitutional affections, (•onorrhhoe nml Seminal Weakness; <fleet and Strictures ami all diseases of the genitive nml urinary organs. noth in male nml female, such ns J’rolapsus. Flour Allots, Hysteria, Acc. I’allenls can In* assured lhal their complaints will not he tampered with, but treated upon strictly sci entific principles. Private complaints eradicated in u few ilays; new casus cured in u short time, without mercury. Me enn bo consulted at his office at till times of the day, from it in the inorniiur until s in the evening.— All in utllielion can find in him one who can see and sympathise wiili ami belnend them when in trouble, and be relieved and < urud. Apartments privately arranged so as to preclude the possibility of exposure. Fetters ens losing kt In will receive prompt attention with best advice and instructions. ('. It. TO/HR, M.D.. fdli street, between J and K. READ AND REFLECT Dr. Cha'it U. Tozer's Card to the Afflicted. Quick cures mwl low prices ul the old established office, tUh street between J and Iv nAll. ToZKK returns his thanks to his numerous B 3 patients for their patronage, and would em brace this opportunity to remind them that he con tinues to consult on those coses of vk.nkkkai. which have hatlled the skill ol some of the most celebrated physicians of theatre, ond upon which ho has nevrr fuikH In prrfitriH n ritiliral rnif. Dr. Tozer's reputation as a physician stands un efjunlled. His exclusive attention to diseases ol the genito urinary organs for so many years, renders him perfectly master ot syphilitic di-eases. The large number of aggravated cases that he h is perfectly cured after they have been given up by many others is Hie only proof that a physician re quires of his ability, Hr Tozer would slate that he can cure any and all esses of varieties of the disease, ■in matter how long standing, or what progress the disease has made, every patient can rely uponacure. Ur Tozer has, it is well known, taken patients from the very verge ol the grave, and restored them to perfect health. He would further stale, that he deems it sufficient to attract the attention of those who might need the services ol a physician in all cases, hut particularly those enuineraied in the ad vertisement. expecting they would test my merits as a practitioner; and the result of my practice Inis been thus far satisfactory to my patients and myself. Nor do I deem it necessary lo fill columns of the newspa pers with fulsome empric and bombastic advertise ment, professing my ability to heal all diseases flesh is heir to, for lo do that. I must bo something more than Man, hid to give those that are afflicted with Venereal. Chronic, ahd other di-eases, to understand from long experience, I mu fully competent to treat them successfully. My regard for the dignity of the medical profession, to which I havo the honor to belong, deters me from committing any act savoring of rank quackery, and regard for my own dignity would prevent my placing myself on a par with quacks and nostrum venders of the present age. f offer no fraudulent or genuine certificates or puffs of my superior qualifications as a practitioner: neither do I assume to myself medical honors to which I cm not entitled, but im-relrnsk those who are diseased, to read the different advertisements relating to the cure of private diseases, and judge for themselves where to apply for relief. My rooms are so arranged that I can be consulted in privacy at all hours ol the day, from o clock in the. morning until 8 o’clock In the evening. Persons with Chronic Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Local Weakness, Nervous Debility, bow Spirits. Lassitude Weakne-s of the Limbs and Hack. Indisposition. Loss of Memory, Aversion to society. Love of Solitude. Timidity, Self Distrust, Dizziness. Headache, Pains in the side. Affection ot the Lyes. Pimples on the face. Sexual and other infirmities in Man, &c., will find it important lo consult Ur. 0. H. Tozer, at bis office, 6lh street, between J and K, Sacramento. READ AND REFLECT. Da. niIAKLKS II TUZKU’S CARD to the afflic ted of California. In approaching any new* course of systematic inquiry, there tire certain points concerning which the inquirer should always be care ful to satisfy himself. He should comprehend dis tinctly what' the subject of inquiry is—Health and Disease. If we can form and fix in our minds a clear concep tion of the state of Health, we shall have no difficulty in understanding w hat was meant by Disease, Hut beyond, though not above, these object- of investiga tion ol the human body, wc have another and still nobler end It is to lay before you in such terms that you ( allied he mistaken and will know where to up ! ply for relief. I use the word “disease” generally, and before I speak of the signs of particular diseases, it will he pr per to take a general view of symptoms. When a person is troubled or afflicted with disease, which causes a weakness of the back and limbs, pain In the head, dimness of sight, loss el muscular power, pal pitation of the heart, irritability, nervousness, dys pepsia, derangement of the digestive functions, gen eral debility, symptoms of consumption, and many others which are better explained than pm on paper, and require Medical or Surgical attendance, it would bowed forthem to impure it there is a physician who is competent to attend them, and who undertsands the application of medicine, and whose scientific at tainments in his profession, and whose age and expe rience entitle him to yours confidence. Considering these things. Dr. Chss. 11. Tozer lias concluded to in form you that tire afflicted, advertising his place of business, stating that he has been a successful prac titioner for over twenty live years, and has ATTENDED AM) CURED HUNDREDS, when they have been considered by other physicians and have been pronounced by them past recovery Therefore you may rely upon him us one in whom secresy and the utmost confidence can tie placed. Hr. 0. 11. T.would invite nil that are afflicted to call on him, and If he does not administer for them.there will be no charge made. Let no false delicacy pre vent you, but apply immediately, and save youselt from the dreadful consequence* which must follow these who neglect to receive attendance. Dr. G. H Tozer’s office is on 6th street, near the Bel»id ere Hotel, between J and K streets. Hi* rooms are so arranged that the Doctor can be consulted without fear of molestation. < Mice hours, from I) in the morning until Pin the evening. G. H ToZKIt, M. D., n«vB 6th st . between J and K, Sacramento. *w. Dr. J. L. Uzapkay. —The gentleman whose name form* the caption of this notice is one of the few modern physicians whose application to his pro 1 Cession and devotion to the afflicted, render him alike an ornament to the one and a benefit lo the other. A Hungarian by hirlh.be sought with Kossuth to place his country among the nations of earth, beyond the 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 to do, be has reaped the reward of ineffectual resistance to oppre-»iun.aiid "a home and a country know him no more.” Apart, however, from his claims upon our consideration as a tail riot, the testimonials of character and capacity which he bring* entitle him to public confidence, to the exclusion of those who possess neither the one or the other. As a gentleman his character Is untar nished : as a physician, his skill unsurpassed; sud to lhos« whose imprudence has left np»n them the taints of disease, we can conscientiously commend him with the assurance that in him they will find s friend whom to know Is great gain. The Dr.’s office is No. 3 and 4 Armory Hall, corner of Sacramento and Montgoe ery streets.Ssn Francisco. sl4 3m MEDICAL. DU. J C. YOUNG’S CARDS. IMPORTANT TO MIS Klin, TRAVELERS, EJC. fESHERE Is mi malady of deeper importance eilhor h inn medical or mural light of view, to which the human family Is more liable than that arising from impure connection!*. An a medical man it i« the duty of every physician to look at disease as it eSheti health and life, amt hi* mile object should lie to miliirnte, a* far a* lie* In hi* power, the tastily anfferlnir. Human nature at beat is but frail, all are liable to niiaforlnne. < if all ihe lll** th.;t affect man none am mere t(*rrible than those of a private nature. —Dreadful a* it is in the person who contracts it, frightful as are its ravag. es upon his constitution, ending (Eminently in deslruc* tion and a loathsome trrave, it becomes of still greater importance when it Is transmitted to innocent off spring. Such twins the cese how necessary It lw eoines that every one Having Ihe least reason to fear that they have contracted the disease, should attend to it at once by consulting some physician, whose respeclnlhlllty and education enables him to warrant a safe, sjieedy, and permanent cure. In accordance with this necessity. DR YOUNG feel* called upon to state that, by lona study and extensive practice, he has beltime perfect master of all those disease* which come under ilto denomination of venereal, and hjiv' mg paid ne re attention to that one branch than any other physician in the I'nlted States, In* feel? himself bet ter quail fled to treat them. Syphilis In all it* forms, such ns ulcers, swelling In the groan*. ulcer in Ihe throat.secondary syphilis, cu taneous eruption*, ulceration*, terlmiry syphilis, sy philis in children, mereureal syphilitic affection*, gon orrhen. gleet, strictures, false passage*. infhimidion of tin* bladder and prolrnte elands, excoriations, tumors, pustules. Jttc.. me ns familiar tohim as the most com mon ihintt* 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 such treat ment a* will draw u|Kin him the ulightesi suspicion or oblige him to neglect his business whether within nor? or without. The diet need not he changed, ex cept in cases of severe Infliimnlien. There are in t'nli fornia pntienl* (amounting to over two thousand in the past year! that could furnish proof of this; but these are' matters fhnt require thi nicest eecresy which lie ahvavs preserv* s. All lei ter* enclosing 810, will he promptlv attended to. Office hours from ff A. M to s (’ M. Address .). i’. Vol'NfJ, M. O, Express Diiildings, corner of Montgomery ami Californian streets, over Wells .'’ar go ,V Co.’s Express Department. \ CARD—FROM DR. YOUNG'S PRIVATE MKDICAI, office—To Ihe afflicted—ln thi* nge of progress, whon science Is develop ng itself in siicali a manner as toappeur almost miraculous,every thing In common place is looked upon as not worth notice. In view of this fact. Dr. Young, comer of Montgomery mid California streets, has concluded to leave the henlen track hitherto pursued hy most sci entific physician*, (that of waiting for the public to find you out alone,) and publish to the world, as inncn as may be. his knowledge of the healing art, to let those who he in need of assistance khow where they can flint! relief without fear of being imposed upon. In continuation of this subject. Dr. Young would say, that of the past ten years he hns pursued the pracliue of medicine ill one of Ihe largest cities In the Culled States, with the highest success, and that his standing a* a physician Is without reproach, having at one lime been lecturer at the University of Penn sylvania on venereal disease*. ,Vc. Cpon all of these coniileralhuis. Dr. Young has con fide nro In introducing himself to the public, knowing that they will sustain well earned merit. The following are n few of the many testimonials which have appeared in the public journals the last few years: [From the Boston Medical Journal.] Although we aro opposed to the system of advertis ing. for good and sufficient reasons, still we deem it lon justice to say that Dr. Young i* one of the most industrious and indefatigable votaries of the medical science in the United States. From Professor Jackson The subscriber Is personally acquainted w ith Dr Young, and has seen much of his practice, andean hear testlmoney to his merit! ns a practitioner. From the Now York Herald. The eminence of this distinguished gentleman in his profession, and the very extended opportunities | M , S *,l t,y him for the observation of venereal dis eases, make his services Invaluable to those afflicted with the above complaints. From the Whig and Advertiser. All afflicted with private complaintsshonld consult Dr Young, whoso education is not surpassed hy any physician in the country. In his skill, honor and in tegrity all may* rely with safely, while most of Ihe practitioners in this chy are without honesty or res pectability. tlieirproteutloiis being grounded in ignor ance and assumption. (i(flee corner of Montgomery and California streets, up stairs, opposite tie* hanking house of \\ **ll* !■ argo \ Co. Open from 0 A. M. to 8 P. M , Sunday in cluded* * PRIVATE Medical'Office—Hundreds of these who have contracted disease are dlsadpoinled of a ire hy not calling on Dr. Young at first. He will rfeit any sum if he fails to cure any case that may -me under his cure, nc matter how long standing or flitting. such as ulcers, tumors, nodes, hunches, mpleson Ihe fac** and body, pains in the bones mid ins, wakefulness, trembling, copper colored sores, listing of the hones, emaciation, loss of appetite, renglh otul flesh, sores in the nose and ears, loss oi dr. weak eyes, itching humors. .V Many persons ter being relieved ef all extern il appearances o( r) vkledisease,suppose themselves cured, but after few months find they are troubled w ith various ■mptoms which they never bar! before, and which iey Audit impossible to relieve. To all who are af ict’ed in this way. Dr Young would particularly >ec unicml a trial ol his skill. The symptoms with which m are troubled are caused hy taints in the blissl. hich sooner or Inter will destroy) our health and hap iness. Nr person who has ever had an attack of any rivtiie complaint should not fail toronsnit Dr. Young ml take a few bottles of his invaluable purifying ledicine. as they can rest assured ihut their hiood is i a perfectly pure and healthy eondilien, and that very trace of disease Is removed from the system. Recent cases cured In worn two to five days without hunge of diet or hindrance from business, or no fee. DR .1 U YOUNG Office, corner Montgomery and California streets, pposile Weils, Fargo & Co.’s, Office hours from P i. M.toSP. M. Marysuilh*. June loth. Idas I’Vlt. J. C. YOUNG —Dkar !*!*:—Please send me yJf some of the medicines you prescribed in rny use. I have a f-lcml hero who is troubled inexactly lie same way that I was. He has nightly emissions, mgingarise in his h**ud. weak hack, loss of memory, nd Is generally (jehilitated ; he is discouraged and us not confidence enough to enable him to call and i*e you. 1 told him how 1 was and that my friends II said I was in consumption, and the doctors up here uve me up and advised me to go home to die, but intend of going home I called iqion yon. and here I m. ns well as any of them, and likely to live a long ime yet. wilt! strenth enough I» p work w ith the strong si of them. Doctor. I willsem's'cv one to yon that aiks to me as ileeigh h<- needed u p.iysh-i.in It 'hall ot lie my imilt if any one dies for whiA'of mistical nentment. 1 will do all I can t*> keep Ihe afflicted way from those pests of society yelept professors ml high soi iding titled men who, it the fir's w*-re nown, are men who left their country hu their roiai ry’s goisi. Pnhlis this letter, doctor, if you w ish, ml I hope some of those ttial humbugged me, may eeit and sleep rsd ’or one night. Trulyya rs GEO. DAVIDSON STAGES SHASTA AND FOR YREKA! IE CALIFORNIA STAGE COMPANA S Splendid four horse Coaches leave their offl.-e le, every evening, at 6 o’clock, for Shasta and „ passing through Neal’* ami It id well s Rancn. . Tehama, Red Bluflk, Cottonwood. One-horae and Middletown. GKO. F THOMAS, General Superintendent. FICE at Bt. Nicholas Hotel, (late Hun loon'• mgs.) OrovlUe. MEDICAL. DH* L. J. CZAPKArS Grand .Medical and Surgical luttitvtr, I \r ory Hall building. Corner of Montgomery and Sacramento si*,. San Francisco. KelaUiehni far fhe firm nnr nt nn eid »U prirafe end rhnmii■ dteeanrj, and tie * upper.< into nf 7100 kt*#- «R.|, J.CZAPK VV, I. ATE IN TUB lIFNGA rimi Bevolutiurnry War. t'hb'f Physician to the Jmh regiment ot llonveds. Ofdef ?nrgoon to the Military Hospital ot Perth, Hungary. and late Leotu o r on Diseases of Frinnry organs. ami disease* of women and children. ban opened his institute for the cure of all form* of private diseases, Pl . •yphili*. gontwhea. nocturnal emis »i,,ns. and nil the consequence# of Sclf-ntmiev In the flr-l singes of gonorrheal disenst * lie giismtileesßcnro in a few data, without inconvenience to Hie patient, er hindrance to Ids business hen a pulient, by neglect. or impro|H>r treatment, has developed the secondary symptom* of «•> hills, such ns buboes, or painful -welling* on the groins. or ulcers in the throal and nose, which, if not checked, destroy the soft parts and cause (tie tiones to mortifv. separate and come awav. leaving I lie snfferer an object hideous to behold; or when splotches and pmpU- break out upon the skin, or wtien he lias painful swellings upon the hones, or when his consiitntion is Injured so as m (indispose to consnmpiloii or other coosiitnlionu disease, the Docloj gnnritilees a cure or asks no coni (M>nsnlk)i). In Rheumatism, chronic or acute; in Dysentery, nr Dinrrbtea. he has safe and effectual re medies. For the treatment of the cons quencea of self-abuse, sncti as uoelnrnal emissions, nervousness! timidity, headache pains in the back and limbs, with irenerni weakness, loss of appetite, loss of memory. Injury to the sight, restlessness, confusion of Ideas, dislike for society, and feeling of weariness of life: with the nervous system so exciteabh- that slight noises shock or sterile 111. patient. milking his evi.t mice miserable. For the above maladies the Doctor will guarantee a cure or ask no compensation, lie can be consulted ree of charge, and invites all to call, as it will cost them nothing, and may be much to their advantage. Thankkui.ln ess is the incentive to On ATirciiE. PPK.I.OW we publldt Hie certificates of two of the BD sufferers from I lie pangs of disease, who hav ing recovered their form* r health, and impelled by gratitude, make known their cases and the remedial agent; and their stnleinenia are authenticated by a Notary Public. The demands of society Imperiously ‘ command their publicity. and we commend their perusal to the attention of ail afflicted. CERTIFICATE The undersigned, desirous of acquainting those who may he unfortunate enough to he similarly af fijcled where a permanent relief o( their sufferings mnv Ire obtained, feels it his duty to thus publicly express his sincere gratitude to Dr 1,. J Czapkay, for Urn permanent n covery of his healib Horne down hv the distressing symptoms Incident to the vicious practices of uncontrollable passion in youth, depressed in body and mind, unable to perform even the most trifling duty imposed upon Ihe daily avoca tions of lile. 1 sought the advice of nianv physicians, ! who at first regarded mv disease ot trifling Import mice, hnl alas! after a few weeks, and in several in stances months, of their trealim nt. I found to my tin- | alterable horror, that instead of relief the symptom* became more alarming in their torture, and being Anally told me by one that the disease.being confined principly to the brain, medicines would be of little consequence. I despaired of ever regaining my health strength and energy; and as a Inst resort, an I yvilh hnl a faint hope, called upon Dr. Cznplmy.who. nib r ; examining my case, prescrlbial some mi dicine which almost Inslanily relieved me of the dull pains and dizziness in my head. Encouraged hv this result, I resolved to plaice myself immediately under his cure, ,inil, by a strict obedience to his direction* and ad vice. m? head became clear, my ideas collected, the constant pain in my back and groins, 1 tie weakness of my limbs, the nervous reaction of my whole syss | tern on the slightest alarm or excitement, the mis anthropy and evil foreboding*, the self dislrnst amt want of confidence in 01 hers, the incurability to study and want of resolution. Ihe frightful exciting, ami at times pleasurable dreams at night, followi d 1 by involuntary discharges, have all disappeared, and | in fart, in two months after having consulted Ihe Doctor. 1 felt ns if inspired hy a new life—that life which, but a short time ago, I contemplated to end by mv ow n hand. With a view to guard the unfortunate from falling imo the snare*of incompetent ipincks. I deeni it mv duly to offer this testimony to the merit and -kill of Dr. Cgapkay. and recommend him to nil who may stand in nea t of medical advice, being assured hy my own experience that, once under his care, a rad ical and permanent cure will he effected. * B. F. FI ELMORE. State of California, county of San Francisco—Sub scribed and sworn before me, this 17'h day of April, A. P. Id&O. (Signed) John Miiidlkto*. Notary Public. A CARD—Prompted by an honest desire wf my heart. I wish to lay before the public n case w hich deserves a high commendation, not only as an an of scientific skill, but that ef humanity n!so. About two year* ago. I suddenly, and from rinses unknown to me. seized with a fit of epilepsy.which, owing to my inability b> meet the expenses consequent upon a thorough medical treatment,and the discouragement I met with on attempting it. soon became snrh (as I was then led to believe) as to defy the skill of a phy sician. I was frequently while in pursuit of my call ing, thrown down to the ground without the slightest warning, and although insensible lo Ihe agonies. I yet despised the miseries of my life,and soon learned to look upon those who would render me assistance or shelter me from danger as enemies who sought to prolong Ihe miseries ot my existence. M bile in this Stale, and having previous to my affliction tasted the sweets of life, 1 once more was induced to attempt seeking aid of a nhysielan, and. by recommendation, called upon Dr. L’J. Cr.apku>. I told him myclr citinsinncea anil my Inability to reward him for hla services, regardless of which, however, he at once undertook my case, and with Ihe blessing of God I was once more restored to perfect health. Unable to reward him for the biam which I enjoy af present, and yet conscious of my indebtedness. I consider it due in myself a- d to all the afflicted to make the case public, in order that those in need of medical advice may find a physician In whom every confidence can be placed L.s MEYER YABf-ONHKV, Stale of California, county of San Francisco, ss—Sub scribed and sworn before me this first day of August a. 1). Irtotj. (iILSIRT A. Orast. l.s. Notary Public. Dr 8.. T. Czapksy's Medical and Surgical Institute is at the corner of Montgomery and Sacramento sis., San in.nctsco. California. The Doctor offers free consultations, and asks no remuneration unless he effects a cure. FPKHMATORRHfEA. OK. local weaknoas, nervous debilily, low spirit*, lassitude, weakness of the limbs and back, in dis|tosi(inn »n<l incapability for labor and study,dttll- apprehension, loss of memory, aversion to so ciety. love ef solitude timidity, self distrust, dizziness headache, involuntary discharges, pains in the side, affections of the eye*, pimple* on the f»ce, sexual and other inflrntttlies In man, are cured without fail by the justly celebrated physician and stir-eon, l-.J. Czapkay*. 111“ method «f curing diseases is new,(tin kle wn to others 1 and hence the great success. All consultations (by letter or otherwise) free. Addresa 1,. 4. Csapkay, M. It.. Sail Francisco, Cal. n3-3m -a- -ee umr JMNUMUSSMKaMMi^M I NQII SALE hy the Case or Package in quantities to suit. Long hill paper. Legal cop Letter Paper. Ink Broad bill paper, Fools cap. Note paper. Pen cils. Blank Books, Wafers, kc kc. Noisy Cartiers Book & Stationary Co. 87 Battery & <34 &6H Long Wharf. San Fran cisco c- p. KIMBALL. Pres. to attend. OROVILLE LODGE, No. 59, I. 0. of O. F. meei* every Monday eve ning in the Masonic Hail. Brothers in good Mantling are respectfully invited THOMAS COLEMAN, h. .G. J. H. Clakx, Secretary BI’TTK KKCORO JOIS PUIVTfMO ESTABLISHMENT «o v 1 i- l i:. w» nM it<tw prepared wilt it good jt--.irfni.-nt rtf PRINTING MATERIALS. tcekecute every de scription "f Tons'TT) iprr ,r J ,5CP66 JrMlil*»M9 'on the .tvml HKABN A MM’, TKRMH. audio « 1 1)t will ix»i r»U to «>'♦• aalUiactioii. M*uu»K »n eother conjjmules dimirhus OKU TIC AT K»S OF STOCK, run have them PIIINTUn «»V NuTTHE p.very Mod of Job Prlutli.K, execuli-** to order such as Him, Heady, CartiOi Bills of Fari - . CH EC Si OCK tKH Kit M’ -t I t **, /-A* HK I,S, I>L \ M;.. P')!*Tt •*', Ham, Tick. 1 *. -vu. Orlrf< fur work from (hi* eoimlvv. •out b\ i .vpress or oilier A'Ue.w iH In! faithfully executed at • ' low- It* fftli?B. NATIOWAI AD3IINISTIJATION* Fk anklis Pierce. Of N. 11 President I> 11, Atchison, nf Mo. V Pros'! Protnn T£2E CABINET Wm L M arcy, ol N. Y. Bt*c’,y of Mate. I amo G Drums, ol ivy., scc’y of 'I i ** isTtai\v» Hon'i* Mcf’r.t i.unp, ot'Micli.. yfo'y ot lute r. lakmsC. Uoii'itlN, of N. C.see’y ol Navy. Jefferson Davis, ot Mis* f*e<* y id W if* Jamkh Campbell, ot Pa.P. M* Cmora, I' ale u GishiniT of Mass . Attorney Gen. STATE GOVERNMENT J Neely Johnson. Governor. K. M Anderson, Lieutenant Governor. Upon C Murray. Justice of Supreme Cour Solomon Heydkneelt, uml David S. Tnmv. Associate 1 .. Gko. W W human. Controller J Henry Bates, state Treasurer. W. S. W ai.lace, Att y General. John ]1 I)n e.wsteb. Surveyor General. James Allen, State Printer. K. Wilson, F. S McKenzie, ami Flex, Bell. State Prison Directors. w.-- itvAULiiLJIC. SCYS* USU tUHtflym* a ■* STSBtJOM JUDICIARY Hugh C. Mcrhay, Chief Justice Solomon Heydenfelt, Associate Jnsticc.. David H Terry, Jo Jo Wm. P U ainukhuelii, Judgebth District. aEonanumaeai -mw-iimas awi nr r. vmwtnwm county o?ncsns. Joseph E. N. Lewis, County Judge. P. Free n, SlicritL Butte County. Miles Chapin, County Auditor. Wm. Lati imohe, County Treasurer J W. Scott, County Surycyor. 11. S. Maynard, Assessor. J. J. Kline. Public Attorney. Kano all Hobart, Public Administrator. T .-..-Iff t - A ■J-.-Airyttflli' Jtwmwi * i»«i SSWMBtf DISTRICT COURT Ninth Judicial District, composed of the Counties of Butte. Cohtsi, and Shasta Tie terms of the District court for Butte County commences ns follows; On the second Mon days of March and June, on the fourth Mon day,of August, and on the third Monday of December CfcLte&Mtfift: WJA'raMIWtIP COURT or SESSIONS §?,■ A term of the Court of Sessions shall bo held at the county seat in Butte county on the second Monday of February, May. August, and on the first Monday in De cember of each year, and shall continue from term totenn,unless all the business be sooner disposed of. COUNTY COURT* The regular terms of the County Court on the first Monday of February, May, and August, and on the fourth Monday in No vember of each year, and shall continue from terra to term, unless nil the business of the term be sooner disposed of. FROBATE COURT §4. The regular terms of the Probate Court shall be held on the fourth Monday in February, and May, third Monday of Au gust,and on the second Monday in December of each year, and shall continue from terra to term unless all the business be sooner dis posed of. BOARD OF SUFERVISORS. Sec. 4 The regular meetings of the Board of Supervisors shall he held at the county seat of their respective counties, on the first Mondays of May,August,November and Feb ruary /and shall continue from time to time, until all the business before them is dis posed of. The Board shall also meet on the second Monday alter each general election, to canvass election returns. U. S. Livery Stable. Myers Street—Near Montgomery fßV> KEEP PACE WITH THE TIMES, and rapid M growth of our town, «« have, of lute,, and will from time to time, make extensive additions to our stuck »nd otherwise improve our establishment, to in*-■! with entire satisfaction the increasing demands the Slock taken on LI very on the most reasonable Terms. If desired, we will boy, sell or exchange stuck —in ,hort. transact ail business apt ertaining to a first clas. Livery Stable. The ttne.sl buggies, hacks and Saddle Horse**, furnished at a moment's notice. Thankful for past favors, we hope to merit a con* tlnuance ol me same KROWii k HOFFMAN Haled Oroville, July 10, 1850. jylOdtf. New Catholic Church. T^TOTICE. —So persona are authorized to collect lv towards the erection of a Catholic Church in uroville. except those holding book* by permission ol the Rev, Earlier Peter, and signed “PETEK MAGAGNOTTI, CatholicPaator Rot Marysville and vicinity.** Dec. 12. [JOHN 8. GRAHAM.