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SHERIFF S SALE By virtue of twelve writs „f Execution. nix Ilf which were issued out of lh« Llutmi Court of the Fifteenth Judicial District in and for Butte county ami Biat« of California. and fix of which were Issued out of Ihe District Court of the Tenth Judicial District in and for the county of *uha arid Stale aforesaid, to me directed and deliv ered commanding me to make the sum of nine hun dred and Ally (#9OO 60) dollars with Interest thereon *t the rale often percent per annum until paid, and the further sum of forty live thirty one hundredths (*45 30) dollars costs of suit and all accruing costs on said writ, wherein RISKHART lIROS.it CO. aie plaintiffs and DAVIS LEVY is defendant; also the sum of nine hundred and sixly three liUQd 0b) dollars with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum until paid, and the further sum of forty eight thirty one hundredths ($4B i>o) dollars costs of suit, anti all accruing costs on said writ wherein LEVI STRAUS is plaintiff and Davig l.evy is defendant;also the sum Ol live huudiod and fifteen ($316 00) dollars with interest thereof* at the rate of ten per cent per annum until paid, and the fun her sum of forty-eight 11 fleen one hundredths [s4s 13 dollars coals of suit, and all accruing costs on said writ wherein VVM. it JACOB BCHDLLE are plain tiffs and Davis Levy is defend nut; also the sum of eight hundred and seventy seven twenty one him dredths [sB'7 20] dollars with interest thereon at tho rate of ten per cent per an mi in until paid, and the further sum of fifty two thirty one hundredths ($62 30* dollars costs of suit, and all accruing costs on said writ wherein J.-KRAIWE3 is plaintiff ami Davis l.evy Is defendant Ihe sum of one thou sand and fifty seven [_sHx>7 00] dollars with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per uununi until paid, and the further sum of fifty one thirty one hun dredths |ssl 30] dollars costs of suit and all accruing’ costs on sai l writ wherein 11. COHN it, CO. are plaintiffs and Davis Levy is defendant: also the sum of seven hundred and sixty [s76o OOJ dollars With Interest thereon at the rale often percent per annum until paid, and tho further sum ol fifty one live one hundredths#'.! 03 dollars costs of suit, and all accruing costs on said Will wherein KI.tU.TKK St NUBEK UEU are plaintiffs and Davis Levy Is defendant; iilso the sum of two thousand and ninety Three eighty five one hundredths [52(93 85J dollars willi interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent pur annum until paid, and all accruing costs on said writ Wherin UH LFELDER V COIIN are plaintiffs and Davis Levy is delondant, also the sum of eight hundred mid twenty five sB27* 00dollars with interest thereon at the rale often per cent per annum until paid, and nil accruing costs on said writ wherein IVOUNBER BROS are plaintiffs and Davis Levy is defendant; also ihe sum of nine hundred and ninety one ninety five one hundreths B'Ubl 03 dollars with interest thereon at the rale ol ten per cent per nnnimi until paid, and all accruing’ costs on sum writ wherein H. RICH Si 880. aro plaintiffs and Davis Levy is defen dant; also the sum ol three hundred and eighty lour sixty two one hundredths $3B» 02 dollars with inter est thereon at the rate of ten per annum until paid, and all accruing costa on said writ wherein BHES- I.AUU & MORRIS are plaintiffs and Davis Levy is defendant; also the sum of live hundred and one ninety one hundredths ssul 90 dollars with interest thereon ui the rate of ten per cent per annum until paid, and all accruing cosisonsaid writ w herein M. LOCD-SDS ti CD. are plaintiffs and Davis Levy is defendant; also the sum of six hundred and forty fitteentli one hundredths $(140 13 dollars with inter est thereon at the rate ol ten per cent per annum un til paid, and all accruing crisis on said writ wherein J. FKASK k CO are plaintiffs and Davis Levy is de fendant, I have levied upon and will exposu at pub lic sale to the highest bidder for cash on Ihe THIR TEENTH tails day of FEBRUARY A. 1). 1838, at Ihe hour of 12 o'clock M ,of said day, all of the right title and interest ol the above named defendant in and to all that certain piece or parcel ol land situated In Forbestown. Oro Township, Butte County and State of California, end described us follows, to wit: Htunted on the south side of Main street, commen cing at the north-east corner of the brick building known as the store ol Davis Lovy.und running l hence north-westerly along the said sireei to the north-east corner of a lot owned by J A.Watson, it being about thirty feet, more or less, I hence at right unties with Mild line and street in a soullu rly direction eighty feel, thence easterly and parallel will, said street lo the east side of said brick building, thence northerly along the side of said brick building lo the place of beginning, together with all and singular Ibe tene ments, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining; also allot' that certain piece or parcel ol land situated on the south side of Main si. in Forbeslown,towiisbip county and State aforesaid, commencing at a certain stake on the north-east corner of said land,and running thence Mirth eighty-three feel to Chas lleuid’s hue. thence went running parallel w ith said Heard’s line fifty feet thence north running parallel wiih the Union Hull Building Company s lot eighty-three leet tea certain corner Blake oil said Main street, thence east and -parallel with said street filly feet to the place of be ginning, together with all and singular l lie tenements hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belong ing or in anywise appertaining. Tlie above sale lo lake place at Ihe Court House door in the Town of Urovllle, County and Slate aforesaid. .V. I) PLUM, Sheriff Butte County. Dated (iruville, January Huh, 1838, SHERIFF S SALE By virtue of an execution Issued out ot the District Court of I lie Filleenth judicial District iu and for Butte county and (Rate of California to me directed and dellveied, command ing me te make Hie sum of eight hundred and sixty nine fifty three one hundredths [sB6o 53] dollars with Interest thereon at the rale often (10] per cent, per annum from Hie twenty seventh [27th | day of November A. D. 1857 until naid, anel the further sum of turfy one twenty one hundredths [s4l 2o) dollars costs of suit,and accruing costs on said writ, wherein dOODMAN &CO are plaintiffs and Wm. JACOBS A ELIAS NATHAN doing business under ihe name amt style ol W in. Jacobs & Co. uredcleiidmits. I have levied upon and shall expose at public sale lo ibe highest bidder for cash on the TIM BD DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. )). 1838. at the hour ol two ]2J o’clock P. M. of said day,all of the right title and in terest e*l the above named defendants in and to Ihe following descriued property, lo wit: All that certain piece or parcel of laud situated on Ibe uurlh-enst side of Main street in Bpanishtuwn, In 1 .me county, California, together with a house situated thereon, occupied and known us U rn, Jacobs & Co.’s store house. Find house being about one s,ory high and about sixteen leet in width and twenty- lour feel in length. The above sale to take place at the Court House door in the low n of < iroville. County and Slate afore sald, J\. 1) PLUM, Sheriff Butte County. Oroville January 12th 1858, SHERIFFS SALE BY VIUT CKot an execution issued out of the District Court, Fifteenth Judicial District, in and for llutle County, Ftate of California, against Lvman Bristol, wherein I am commanded to make tlie Sum of Two Hundred and Feventy-six ninety four one hundredths dollars, judgement and tlie sum of twenty-seven 15 one hundredths dollars cost and accruing costs on said writ. 1 bare seized and levied upon ail of the right title and interest of said Ly man Bristol, in and to tlie following described pieces or parcels ot land, situated in the Tow n iipiiir, county and State aforesaid, and more particularly described to wit: Lots No. one. 1 two. 2 three, 3 four. 4 five, 5 six. seven. 7 eight. 8 amt nine. 8 in block tweiitv-Bve. 23 ou the Map of the Carlton Tract of laiid. which Map was filed in the Recorder's office of Butte county on the sixth day of October, A. D. 1836 Also.aH’that certain piece or parcel ol land situated in the Tow n ol Opliir. county of Untie and State of California, described as follows to wit; Lots one 1 and eight, 8 in block twenty-five. 23 a- is described on the Map of the Tow n of Oroville. and filed in tlie Recorder s office of theafoiesaid county and Stale, together with all tlie appurtenances thereunto belonging or to anywise appertaining the said property, having been heretofore attached by’ ▼irtM of a writ of attachment issued in the -aid cause, which I will expose to public bale at tue Court House door iu the a fore-aid county and State, on the thirteenth day ot February A. D. 1858. at two o’clock I*. M.. to the highest bidder for cash^ Late Sheriff Butte County. Dated Oroville, Jan. 18th. M3B. SHERIFF -SALES. SHERIFF S SALE BY VIRTUE up AS 'EXECUTION ISSUED the Di wrier ')oiirt of the Fifteenth JudN cim Dlrtrlrt in and far Mum* cannty nmi State* r H \. Iforma to me directed and deliverwl, comnuimlimr me to make the »unr of two hundred and twertt*. five dollars (9235 l>(l) with nterest thereon at the rate of three (.1) percent per month from the eitrUmirtt am day of July A. I). 1857 until paid, anil the further rum of nlteeii nineteen one hundredths dollars coats * ui ‘ a "“ 'he accruini? coals on said writ, wherein \\ W. P. TAVM IK is plaintiff ami m. 11. F ARI.EY is de'endant, I have levied upon and shall expose at ■V'lo oi-ear e /JJ. 1 **’* highest bidder for cash on the HKTII ('JSlhy DAY OF JANUARY A I». e j°. ,,|,or '*o(s} o’clock I’. M all of the rn<hl title and interest of thealiove named defendant , "I 1 * lo **o lullowing described pieces or parcels of land situated on what is known as (be (’arlion Tract In Ophir Towhshlp Untie Uomty California, and laid down on fh - map or plot .Tsaid Tract now on file in the Recorder's office of Unite county as lots No. one. two tin*. ■ four.five, six. seven and eight, (I. .‘.3. 4. 5. C, •. and 9) in (dock Xo. seventeen (17 >nlao lots No, one, two. jhree, four, fl re. six, seven and eight (1,2, 3.4, 5, 6. 7 and 8) in block No. eighteen (18> also lots No. one, two, three, four, five, six, seven and eight, I (J, 2, 3. -1.5, 6, 7 and 8) in block No. thirty-eight (3m I a f KO lota No. one two three, four, five, six seven and I cikhl <l, 2. 3.4, 5,6,7 and 8) in block No. thirty seven i L“7] “its' lots No. one, two. three, four, live, six, seven aim eight [1,3,3, 4,5, 6, 7 and 8] in block No. thirty I [3(C The Shove sale to take place at the Court House door tu the town of Oroville, county and Slate afure- JV. I). PLUM, Sheriff Butte County. Oroville, Dec. 3(Hh, 1857. The above sale is postponed until Monday the Prsi day of February A. I). 1858, at the game place and tithe of day -V. IP PLUM Sheriff Butte County. Oroville, Jan. 28, 1858. SHERIFF'S SALE KV VIRTUE OF A DECK ETA I. ORDER is sued out of the District Court. 15th Judicial District in and for Unite Countv. and Staleof Cali fornia, against .TACOII S-MORRIS. nod MAKYS. MORRIS, and In favor of THOMAS IV ELI. 8, lor the sum of Three Hundred and Ninety-Six. Eighty One-Hundredth* (83116,8(0 Dollars principal debt, with interest on saiil sum at the rate of four (4 1 per cent per month, from the Twenty-Senenlh (27tht day of November. A. D. 1856. until paid : Also all costs of suit taxed in tin- sum of Twenty-Three Ninety-One Hundredths ($23,90) Dollars: together with all the accruing costs on said writ, to me di rected and delivered commanding me lo sell all, or so much thereof as may he sufficient to pay the I Judgment above specified anil all costs of suit, of ! the mortgaged premises hereinafter described, to satisfy saiil demands, 1 will on the TWEN I V-SISO - OND (22) DAY OF JANU ARY, A. D. 1858. at (be hour of two (2) o’clock E. M. of said dnv in pursu ance of (lie requirement* of said writ, soli at piddle sale lo the highest bidder for cash, the follow ing mortgaged properly, described in said order of sale as follows lo wit: l ot* number one, two, three, four, fivemid si*. (1,2,3. 4, Sand 0) in block num ber thirty-six, (30). and Lots number one, two, live, six and seven. (1, 2, 6,6, and 7.) in I’.look number eight [B]; Also, the lot of grcnml fronting on bird street eighty [SO] feet, and on Himtoon street thirty six [SO] feel, being the lot of ground at the corner of bird and Huntoou streets, on which the old Metro politan Theatre formerly stood. The lot* of ground above specified being described according to the map or plan ofthe Tow n <>f (iroville. which is fib-d in the county recorder’* office of butte county, and said properly is allsiluated in the Town of Oroville aforesaid. The above sale to lake place in front of the Court House-door, in tlie Town of Oroville, County and Slate aforesaid. J\ . I). PLUM. Sheriff Butte County. Dated December d9ib, 1857. d 29 The above Hide Ih postponed until Friday, the i lb day of February, A. J». IHSH, ul the same place and time of day. A. J) PLUM, Sheriff Butte County Oroville, Jan. 92d, 1858. SHERIFF S SALE ■>V VIRTUE OP A Decretal Order Bw IflßUcd out of the I district Court, Fifteenth Ju diclid District in find for Hutte covnty and Slate of California^ against CIIAH. J. DROWN and in favor of •! M.BROCK for the sum of rtx hundred (ftfitio 00) dollars, principal debt, with IntsreH on paid mm nt the rate of tim e and 01 e-half per cent per month from the first day of April A. I) iHS7 until paid; also nil costs of t»nlt taxed inthemfriof forty-one slxty flve one hufidredtlm dollars. together with all the ac cruing costs on said writ to me directed mid delivered commanding me to pell all of the mortgaged premi huh hereinafter described to satisfy paid demands. 1 will, on the TIMHTI F I'll <:«0th) day of January. A. I). ic.'iH, at the hour of two (2) o'clock /*- M of said day, in pursuance with the requirements of said order, sell t»f public sale to the highest bidd< r for cash, the following mortgaged property,described in said order of sale as follows, to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land in the tow n of Oroville* coun ty ot Dutle and Stale of < alifornin. eomnKUiclagoii lot No seven (7> in block No. ten (Id) In *»id town seventy [7o] feet westerly from the north corner of said block on a line w itb the south side of Montgo mery stree% and running thence westerly along said 1 line thirty [3o] b*el, thence southerly at a right angle one hundred and thirty two jl:J2] feet, thence east erly at a right angle thirty [tin] feet,thence northerly at a right angle one hundred him thirty-two I I.TJI I. ot lo llu» place of beginning, together with all and singular the tenements, hen ditnment* and appnr* tensiiices thereunto tel <nging or In anywise upper taining The above sale to take place nt the Court House door in the town of Oroville. Bulk* county, and Stale of California. ,V. 1). PLUM. Sheriff Butte County. Oroville Jun 7 1858. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) District Court Fif- County ol Dutle. j'teenth Judicial District Orotiii.ic. January IV 1858. In the matter of J. E. Emerson, Plaintiff. vs. J. I*. Kirwin. Deteudai.t. IN PriISVAME OF AX ORDER made . in said Court, on the 1-Hlh day of January. A D. 1858, by the Honorable Judge thereof, notice i' hereby given to all persons holding or claiming lelns upon ih** property described in Plaintiff's com plaint. to wit: A building, addit on and out houses situated on the north side of Montgomery ‘•treel. in block eighteen, 18, of the town of Oroville. com mencing at ft point about five feet or thereabouts, from the south-east corner of the building known a* the Table Mountain House, thence running ea>terly thirty-eight leet, thence northerly at right angles, about fifty-eight feet, thence westerly about nine teen feet, thence northerly about ninety feet, thence westerly nineteen feet, thence southerly at right angles one hundred and forty-eight feet, six inches, to the place of beginning.—to be and appear before the sai l District Court, at the Court House in Oro > ill**, in said county, on the 28th day of January. A. 1). 1858. at the hour oflO o'clock, A. M . of that day. then and there to make proof of the same. My or der of the Court. Witness my hand and tlie seal of <&id j L S [ Court affixed, this the 18th day of January, I > A D 1858. jPJ—np M. H. DAKRAt 11, Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS VOTUE IS HEREBY GIVKX TO i.w all perrons having claims iivain.t hatmiel Tren iif’nan. deceased. Ist* iff Hullo County, lo present the raine with the necessary voucher* to Clia* F. Loll rt his office in Oroville, or to Andrew A. Boyle at his Mon- in San Francisco within ten months fnin and alter this date or they will be forever barred. ANDREW A. BuYI.E, Administrator of said Estate. Oroville, Jau. 14th, 1858-1 CONSTABLE SALES, CONSTABLES SALE KV VIRTUE OF AN EXECTTFOS issued by Edward Itonnhn, Justice of the Pence of Ophir Township, county of Butte, to me directed in favor of JAP. E. KMMKKHON and against HORACE BRHEWSTER, I have seized and shall expose for sale at public auction, at 2 o'clock P. M., on the 18th <l»y of February A. D. 1858. at Justice Donaho’s office on Myers street, the following des -1 crihed property, to wit: that certain building in ! Ophir township, situated lolhe left mid near the head ot n email ravine emptying into and extending to the main Feather river near tho ferry of ll.lt l.aihrop. said ravine hearing the name ol -Cherokee Ravine.” said house situated about It HI yards to the ea«l of Ira Eaton’s hydraulic: flume, and on a lot of ground in immediate connection with a lot of wound with a house thereon, formerly owned by ene James Trainer unit being situated i e«r to a large oak tree. M J. PURCELL, Constable. Dated this the 28th day of Jam, A. D. 1858. CONSTABLES SALE BY VIRTUE OF' AN EXECUTION issued out of Justice berry’s Court, of Ophir township, county of Untie and Plate of California, on the I7ih day of October A. I). 18)7. and renewed on the tnih day of December A. I). 1857, and to me di reeled, in favor of W, H, HANNON and against N CAUItOI.E, for the stun of eiifhty one and sixty one hundredths ( jar fiu) dollar* principal and three and seventy five one hundredths [s3 75] dollars costs of sup, I have seized anil will expose for sale at public auction, to the blithest bidder for cash, at John P. berry’s office in Orovil'e, con tly and Plate afore said. on MONDAY, THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1858. at HI o’clock A. M., all the right title and interest of the said N. Carroll of In rnd to the following described properly, to wit: the frac tional parts of lots number one, 1. two, 2. and three, 3. ot block No. one, 1. as laid laid down and described on the roup of said town of Oroville, together with all the buildings and appurtenances threeunto belong ing. R. L. PATTO.X. Constable. Dated this tho 23d day of Jan., A. D. 1559. CONSTABLE S SALE KV virtue of AN EXECUTION issued out of Justice Berry’s Court Ophir town ship. county of Untie and Plain of California, on Ihe 26th day of January A. D. lesB, and to me directed In favor of 11 EDGES k HANNON amt against N. CAR ROLL, for the sum of two hundred and six $2OO 110 dollars damages and interest at Ike nilo of six per cent per month from the date of judgment to wit: ihe 15th of October A. D. 1857. until paid, and three and seventy five one Hundredths $3 7fi dollars costs of suit, I have seized anil will expose for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cas'd, at John P. Der ry's office in Oroville,county and Stale aforesaid, on WEDNESDAY, the SEVENTEENTH HAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1858, at H) o’clock A. M., ail of tho right title and interest of tho said N. Carroll of, in and to the following described property, to wit: tho fractional parts of lots number one, 1. two, 2, and three. 3, of block number one, I, us laid down and described on ttio map of said town of Orovßlo, to gether with all the buildings and appurtenances thereunto belonging. R L. PATTO.V, Constable. ity M. A. Mi b.vi onuN. Dep’ty. Dated 20lli day of Jan., A . D. 1858. l<KCtAij xNlflli'KS. SUMMONS- Htate-of California, t In the District Court of the Fif- Couniy of Unite, \ tecnlli Judicial District. Jos n Shr tv it stick vs. I’nitup Untie r. 4: t.’o. An action brought in Ihe District Court of the Fif teenth Judicial District, and the Complaint Filed in the County of Itittle, in the Office of tho Cierk of said District Court riJB HE Veople of the Piute ot California, To Phillip -B. Uriel, (ireeling : You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you hy the above warned I’lniiilltfln the District Court of the Fifteenth Judicial District, in and for the County of Butte,and to answer the Complaint tiled therein, (a ciqiy ot which accompanies this Pummons,) with ten days (exclusive of the day id service.; after toe service on you of this Summons, if served within’ this County ; if served out of this County, but with in this Judicial District, within twenty days * or if out of said District.then within forty days—or judg ment by default will be taken against you. The said action is brought to obtain Judgment for Ihe recovery of the sum ot Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars, and Interest thereon at the rale of ten per cent, per annum from the second day of July last, and for u Decree for Ihe foreclosure of a certain mortgage deed, and tor the sale of Ihe mortgaged premises known os the Slaughter Cround of J. A. Piatt k Co , and more fully described in Plaintiff's Complaint herewith served; and for Execution against other property of Defendants, if said mort gaged premises should lie insufficient to satisfy the judgment herein, and for costs of suit, nml it you fail to appear and answer the said Complaint as above required, the Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief in his Complaint demanded. —. i (liven under my hand and Peal of the skal. J District Court of Ihe Fifteenth Judicial —) District, this Fourth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and (illy-sev u. M. 11. DARUACH.Ckerk. 1, aano xr ti Ciikxsman. Attorneys for Plamnff. d7-lw3m. SUMMONS STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 In the District Court of the 15th Judicial District. % County ■of Unite. y s. smith, vs. gilbert n smith— Action brought in the District Court of the Fif teenth Judicial District, mid the Complaint Filed in Hie county of itufte, intiie office ol the Clerk of said District Court. 1 tie People of Hie Plate of California, to Gilbert I! Smith, send Greeting: You are hereby required to appear In an action brought agnins’ you by the above named Plaintiff in the Distrtlct Court of Ihe Fifteenth Judicial District- in and lor the county of Unite, and to answer the Complaint filed therein, (a copy of which accompanies ibis Summons) within ten days (exclusive of ito "(fay of sort ice; after the service on you ofthls Surmmnis, If served within lids county, if served out of this county, but within this Judicial District, within twenty days; or if served out of said District, then within forty days—or judgment hy de fault will l>o taken against you. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of Divorce, and that the bonds of matrimony existing between plaintiff and yourself may be dissolved and forever annulled, and that she have Ihe lawful! care uml custody of tier two children, also judgment for the costs of this suit, and if you fail to appear and answer the said tom plaint ns alsive required, the plaintiff will apply to ibis Court foe the relief demanded in, her said tom f liven under my hand and the Peal of the District i t Court of the Fifteenth Judicial District, i PEAL } this ISih day of December, fti Ihe yearn. ( ) mir Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven. M. 11. DARK ACH, Clerk. Ity I. H. Maria.*, Deputy Clerk. dl2-3m Gkakokr k Cukksman, Alfys for plaintiff. PROBATE NOTICE mjfiTICE is hereby given to all persons having IN Inlms against the estate of William Harlan de ceased, to present the fame to U in. I. Evans, at his ranch on Bulle<’rwk in HulUj count}, within ten months alter Ibis date, or they »ill he forever burred. WM. I-EVANS, Administrator of said hstats. Oroville. Dec. 16, 1857.—4 w NOTICE is hereby given lo ail persons dealing in iN Powder, that Pectiou? of Ordinance No. 4,0 f tho city Ordinances, will be strictly enforced ; and each vernier ol powder is notified lo procure a Li cense for vending the same, as ordered in section 8, Ordinance No 4. 8. IV. GAMBREL, Superintendent. Oroville.Jan. 7. MEDICAL. DR. L J CZAPKAY’S PRIVATE MKDU AI, AXI) SCRGICAT. INSTITUTE. Sacramento ilnvU below Mont ginnery, op|*osile Pacific Mail Steamship ('» ’* office. Fan Francisco, California. Establish*-*! IH.it. for the permanent cure of all Private and Chronic Diseases, aixl the suppression of tjuackery. Allemllng and real dent Physician, I* J.CZAPKAY, M D„ late **f the Hungarian Itevolntionory War. CNfof Physician to the 20th Iteifiment of llonveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pesih, ami hits lecturer on dis. eases ot « omen and children, ci'OTIIE AFFLICTKD.—I)H. I*. J. CZAPKA V can I lx coii!ulle*l at hl« Institute f* r the cure of nil forms of private diseases, such as S'yplnlis.Coiiorrhea. Nocturnal Emissions, and all the consequences of self abuse. In the first stages ol Syphilitic or Cono rhenldiseases he guarantees a cure in a few days, without inconvenience to the patient or hindrance to his business. When a patient, by n*-g eel orltnprnp er treatment, has developed the secondary symptoms of Syphilis, sQcti as buboes or painful swellings *ot the groins. or nh ersin the throat and nos**, which if not checked, destroy the soli parts and came the bones to mortify, separate ami come away, leaving the sufferer an object hideous to behold : or when blotches and pimples breakout upon the skin or When he has painful swellings upon the bones, or when bis constitution Is Injured so as to predispose lo consumption nr other constitutional diseases, the Doctor guaiantees a cure or a-ks m* compensation. In l< 11KI MATfSM, chronic or acute : in DYFEN TF.KY or DYAUUHOEA, he has «afe and effectual remedies. Per the treatment of the consequences of self abuse, tuch as nocturnal emissions, nervousness timidity, headache. pains in the hack an I limbs, with general weakness, loss * f memory. Injury In rh** sight restlessness, confusion of ideas, dislike for society, and a feeling of weariness of life; with the nervous system so excitable that sliirhtnoiscs shock or startle the patient, mak’ng his existence miserable. Fertile above maladies the Doctor will gurantce a cure or ask no compensation. H e can be consulted free of charge, and invites all to call; a* it will cost them no thing, and may he much to their advantage office hours from U A. M, to O P M. Rem a k k a h i.h i n sta nee of meiih va i. i; f- I.lF.F.—Below we publish the eertiHcates of two of the sufferers from tin- pangs of disease, who. having recovered from their former health,and im pelled by gratitude, make known their cases and re medial agent, and llieic statements am authenticated by a Notary Fuhlic. Tho di-mamis of society impe riously command llieir publicity, and we commend their perusal to the attention of nil afflicted: CEKTIFTCATK. The umlortdgned. desirous ol acquainting those who may lie unfortunate enough to be similarly afflicted, where a permanent relief of llieir sufferings may he obtained, (eelslt his duly to thus publicly express his most sincere gratitude to Dr. I, J, < zapkay, for the permanent recovery of bis health. Horne down by the distressing symptoms incideut to the virions practice ot uncontrollable passion In ye.alh; depressed in boily and mind: nimble lo perform even the most trilling duly imposed upon the daily avocations of life, I sought the advice of mimy physicians, who at tlrsf regarded my disease ns of trilling importance— hut alas alter a lew weeks, and in several instances months, of their treatment. 1 found to my umitteni ble horror, that instead of relief, the symptoms he- I came more alarming in theirtorture, and. beinglold I by one that my disease, lining principally cenlinod lo I the brain, medicine would he of lilt econseqinnce. I I despaired of ever regaining my heullb, strength ami ! energy; and as a last resort, and with hut a faint | hope culled upon Dr. ( zapkay. who, utter examining my case prescribed soma medicine which almost in- , staidly relieved me of (lie dull pain and dizziness in : my head. Encouraged by this result, f resoved to place myself immediately under his care, and by a \ strict adherence to hisdireetionsand advice, my head became clear, my ideas collected, the conslanl pain I in my back and groins, the weakness of my limbs, j the nervous reaction of my whole body on Hv alight- I est alarm or excitement; the misanthropy and evil forebodings; the self distrust and want id conlldence I in others; the incapability to study, ami want of res- j olutiou; the frightful, exciting, and at times pleusur- | able dreams at night, followed by involuntary dis. charges,have all disappeared; and in fuel In two j months alter having consulted the Doctor, I fell ns if inspired by a m w life—that life which, but a short j time ago 1 contemplated lo end by my own hand. M ith a view lo guard the unfortunate Iroin tatting | Into Ihe hands of incompetent quacks, I deem rt my I duty to offer this testimony lo the merit mid skill of Dr. Czapkay, and recommend him to all whotnay stand in need of medical advice, being assured by my own experience, Inal once under his care, a radical and permanent cure will he effected. 11. F. FILLMOBE State of California. County ol San Francisco. Sub scribed and sworn before me. Ibis 17lh day of April, A. D. 1856. Signed, JOHN MIDDLETON, [i* s] . Notary I’uhlic. ACA an —f, the umlersigneu, having been under th.- treatment of I*. J t:zapkay. M.D. alllioilgh un- , soliciteil. feel called upon to give publicity to the * f- j flcacyol his treatment, hoping that by doing «o, I j may be Instrumeßlnl In preventing oilier* treiu Hie feavful suffering and misery which I experienced, j and w hich aonfteii result from tlx* pernicious pruc- | tire of prelenders. My disease has been that ol j physical and mental debility, which follownin con sequence of Indiscretion in youth. The agonies which I endured nre, perhaps, unnecessary lor me | to detail , (buy are know n to those who hav* -xperi- 1 enced them. Suffice it to say lhat having called the | service* »f Dr. I*. J. ('zapkay into requlsilion, all my , expectations which 1 may nave formed ol him were more than realized. 1 would therefore recommend Dr. EziqJiay to all who may ffnd lliems'ilvos alllieu d i w ith Ihedreadful malady, in* object in so doing be ing sympathy for suffering humanity,and a hearlMt desire of relieving them. D. J. DAHLEE, Printer. | Stale el California, Oily and County ol Fan Fnta clsco S»,_(ln the Hist day of July, A. D. l“5(i. before me, U'm, C. Jewett, Nolr’y I’uhlic. personally app.-wr ed D.J.Dahlee, know* to me, who heingiluly rworn (lid depose amt say, that tile contents of tlx- card herewith signed by him is true In witness whereof, I have hereunto setter band ami affix* ,1 my official seal, the day and year tirst above written. IVM.C. JEWETT. g|.,H] Folary Public. rBAHE (JKE \TESTDIFCOVEItYOFTIIE AGE.— M. Ureat Blessing to Mankind!—lnnocent bui po tent!—Dr. 1,. J. Cznpkay’a I’ro| hylacllcnin, 'sell dis liifectlng agent,) a stir*- preventive against Connor rheal and Fyphililic diseusea, andan unsurpagsud n-medy lor all venernl, scrofulous, gangrenous and cancer*ms ulc**rs. foetid (liscliarges from vagina, liter ii“ and urethra, and nil cutaneous eruptions and dis cases. As imioculidiuii is a stir*- nrevenilve against small pox, so Is Dr. b. J Czapkay's penphylncdciira a preventive against Syphilitic and Gonorheal dis eases. Ilaixnletatnllseif.it possesses the power of elidinicnl.T destroy Ing the ayphlHlie virus, and there by saving thousands ol duDauchees from being infec ted i,v the most loathsome of all diseases l,*-t no young man who ap|M-eciales health he without Dr Czapkay's prophylaclicum. It itin very convenieat package*, mid w it; be found convenient for in*-. Ix*iug ns* *1 «a n snap Price, go. For tab- at Dr. 1.. J. Czapkay's Private Medical and Surgical lii“'ilule, Faciamenlo street, below Montgomery, opposite P. M. Co.’s office. Sun Francisco. All letters mnsi lx-addressed ttrl*. J. Czapkay,M. D„ Fan Francisco FI.K.M ATI HiUHOEA, <HI LOCAL WEAKNESS Nervous Debility, low spinls. Lassitude, M'enk iii-s* of ihe Limbs mid Hack. Indi-position and inca pability lor labor anil Study, Dultiieseof Apnrehen- Mon. Los* ol Memory. Aversion lo Focieiy. Love of FolP.uue, Timidity. Fell Di*irust. Dizziness Headache, Involuntary Discharges. Pains in the Fide. Affections *>l the Eye*. Pimple* on the Fare, Sexual and other intlrmatle* In man. are cured without fail by the iustly celebrated Physician and Furgeoo. Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY. His methixi of curing diseases Is new. (unknown lootberst and I t nee hm great success.— All consultations, by letter or otherwise, free. Ad areasL. J.Czapkay, M. D . San Francisco,Caliloraia. KEATS FOOT Oils for sole by I. 3. ALBBO. MEDICAL. DR. J. C. YOUNG. JLatoProfoPSorat thf;Univer?ity,Penn^ Can he found at the old stand, corner ot .Montgomery and California streets , San Francisco, Where he « % nn becon«ulted pHvnfHv nm! with the utmost confidf nee by the n filleted h> nil hours dully* from H A. M.* imfH H P. M. (Curt?*always punranteed or no pay required* \rovsc, MAN. lIAVK VOIT CONTRACTED ■ that terrible disease, which, when once elated in the system, will surely ifo from one cenernhon to nnothcr. uridennininv ih«* constitution nnd gapping the very viliil fluids of life? Do not irn-t yourself In the hands of those mushroom Qurks that start up every day in a city like this*. and flll the papers with 1 nhominalde falsehoods, too well calculat'd to dec Ivft thh youtiff amt lh«H»e who are not “posted up” ill the tricks of (on ieii and domestic i posters. You cannot be too careful in the selection of a phy sician. or a remedy, in these cases. Vou should np% ply to a man who has had ample experience, and who pot«esses true skill In the tjeatment thereof.— 1 Such a Physician U Dr. .1 C, YOIN h who has trea t'd and cured more cases of sucti diseases than an? i onk mkh living to day. In this or any other country* lli« offices were the Mr*t that wen* opened in thiscltv | the exclusive treatment of private diseases Him j different publication* have been ro-pul»lished in aU most every country in Europe* and are now acknowl edged as standard works* by ourotrn medical colleges and the profession throughout the country. Dr. VOUNdS. by recent I m pro Cements in the henl iUU art, Isenaoleit to eff. ci cures in h few days, wph* on; mercury (ft a chsiure of diei, under a ctuUlenge c(| $•500 on. Mar <*'l person*, or Hiose contemplating marriage, Mug ware of physical weakness, should eomult l)U. YOUNG. YOUNG MEN. i Especially who havebecome the vlalln* of solDarv i vice, that (IrendiW, fiwcliinllrpj arnl destructive habit, I wMch (lII* thonshnd* of sickroom* with paralytic ami consumptives. ami hundreds of iintioielv graves w illi it* mlsanided'vlctlnin. should consult, without a , moment’* delay, one who will sympathise wlthlholr ; sufferings- and core them for a moderate eoiupemm. Imn. indeed, he who places liiinsilf under the earn ol DU .1 YnllNG, may religiously eonlMe in Ids I honor a* a gentleman, and o.infM.intlv rely upon hi* skill as a I’hesiclsn. ncknowled hy all the wealthiest and mo«t respeclutile portion of oar old inhahitun'*. OFFICE—Corner of Montgomery and California street*. IMPORTANT TO MINERS. TRAVEI-ERU, ETO rHA lIERE I* no malady ol deeper importance either a inn medical or moral light of view, to which the human family I* more liable than that arising from impure connection*. As a medical man it i* the Inly of every physician to look at disease a* it effects health nnd life, and hi* sole ohject should he In mitigate, ns far as lie* in his power, the bodily suffering. Unman nature «l best Is but frail, all are liable lo misfortune. •if all ihe ills I h.. 1 affect innn none are mere terrible than those of ■ private nature.—Dreadful as It Is la the person who contracts It. frightful a* are It* rung, e* upon hlseonslililtloii, ending (reipiently In destruc* i|on and a Inalhsome grave, it heroines of still greater Importance when il |s trnnsinitied lo iniirrent off spring. Hnch being the ecse how necessary II he ciines that every one linvlng the least reason to fear that they have conlrncled the disease, should attend to It nt once hy ciinsnltlng some physlotnn, whose rrsiieelalhltltyrr.id education enalilr* him to warrant a safe, and pernienein rare. In accordance wtill this necfTSiiy.Dll Vdl’Nti feel*called iiponlo slate Hint, hy Vffie study and extensive practice, ho Has hehnne piTf-rt master of all those diseases which mine under the denomination ol venereal, nnd liav» icig paid more attention to Hint one hranr.h than any other physician in the Dulled Slates, he fools himself better ipialilied to treat them. Syphilis in all its form-, snrh a*Hirers.swelling In the groans, nicer In Hie throat, secondary syphilis, cu taneous eruptions, ulcerations, lerlaary s>plillis, sy philis in children, mercurial syphilitic affections, gon orrhea, gleet, strictures, false puesages, liiffiimallon n* the bladder and prolraleglniids.excorlalloii*. tumors pustules. Me., me as fnniiliiir lo him ns the most ceru men things ol dally observation. The Doctor effects a care in recent cases in a few days.nnd Hiids no difficulty In raring thoso of long ('nraHuii, without submitting the patient to suc h treat ment as will draw upon him the nlightesl suspicion, or oblige him to neglect his business, whether within oors or without. The diet need net he changed, ex cept >* rases of severe iiiffamnthni, There are In Hall, forma patients (ameantlug lo over two thousand In Ho* pe.at veari Hint could furnish proof of this; hut these are matters Hint require till nicest eecrosy which ho a'wsvs preserves. Afl letters enclosing SIO,wlM he promptly attended to. office hours from OA, M. to BP. M. Address .1, VoIING, M. O, Express Itnlldings, corner of Monlgotnery and ralifiirnian streets, over Wells . ? srj go fc Co.’s Express Department. BEWARE OF imposition.—ln consequence of the widespread celebrity of DR. VOUNO, nninerons Imposters have sprung into existence, pre tending to be perfect masters of the healing art. and have succeeded in Imposing upon a few of the un wary sail*-vers. Persons w ishing to consult a Physi cian, should he very careful how they pul nonfhlenco la (he published statements of such charlatans.for they are as unscrupulous in such statements as ill their prfctlce of medicine, nnd ne very niisnte to trust. They will llrsl deceive yon hy false cerlltlcali* procured from “drunken loafers.” who perjure them* selves In get money In satisfy the cravings ef a dis eased appetite. When such Uaack gains your con deuce, he will then dose yon with mercury and other poisnon* drugs, and idler they have robbed yon of votir money and injured yenr coiistilioii, they will cast yon off with (ho charge that you have Dot fol lowed Ida dree'lons The only wav In avoid such Imposters. Is to con salt Dr Young,tho I'mnm Advertising Physi cian of ('Hlifnrnfa. At a meeting of Hie Medical i-’sc ally of this Stale, civile*! to Investigate the senree of malpractice Hint ha*caused so much suffering in Ibis country, il was unanimously recommended that all the afflicted should consult Dr. Voiing. ns he was the only regular physician now advert using In Cali fornia, u)| others in his line being quark* and impos ters. and art! net to be trusted. The ulTlicled will p|e*«e take notice that there was not a Physician at the meeting »ho had ever seen or heard of n sinul.v ruse of inalpne tlre Irnm Dr. Young, while not ono ~| them tint had seen a number of case* from the foreign quacks, who so vaiii.tlngly set forth their pretended virtnesin the pnolic iiriuls. The above facts should bo borne in inindbycll seeking medical assistance Thank heaven, Ihev are getting thoroughly expos ed, and it will not be long Dolors they will have to fly the country "o avoid (bo just indignation of an outraged public Then will all goisl people thank Dr Young for his continued efforts to Danish quack ery from our midst. Dll. VIM Nt; can he consulted from 8 A M. to H p M. at his office, conic ref l nil [cirri i n and Montgomery streets, over the Paclgc Express office, 8101 Fnincisco All letters encli sii.g the usual lee ofSIO, will uiecl witn prompt attention. rIMIERB ARF.TIIOUPANDB in this Slate suffering X for want of Hclenlillc medical treatment, ami yon lesr to apply to a Physician, becanso they have been dec* iveci or their friend* have been, by Mm* of tho dharlalan* wh infest the community, and who publish themselves as good physician*, prolessor*, etc. To all such wa unhesitatingly recommend Dr. J Young, u* n Physician In whom all aim place con fidence. He is a man of eminent and profound study, a good surgeon, an honorable man, undone who can syinpashlse with person* In affliction. Ilia standing a* a Physician ar.d gentleman are both guaranteed—the first by hi* medical work*, which are an hor to their author, nnd the extensive and highly successful course of practice with which ho has been honored since his advent in California, and the latter by bis numerous patrons and large circle of acquaintances, I3TNO CUKE. NO PAYjRtr His office Is at the corner of Montgomery and Col foiula|«lre«ls, boo Frt ucisco.