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ECIiEGTI PHYSICIAN AND SI RCKON OFFICE X. W. COR. BUSH & SANSOMF STS , O] posite the Metropolitan Hotel, SAX FTIAXn.SrO. Eclectic. A name given to a class of physicians who ce f rc thcr remedies from all sects in medicine- hrrr* T adopted lo thoco American v.ho prrfe-*. h> j be liberal in their \iew-* and independent ot T*arl' T a t* 1 * favor progress and reform in me-hcal fcctnt The principal object of the Rcleetic V>»em ?<? tr • fonr. some of the manv emus r* the sydem 'r ’ medical practice and substi+n+e ; n ♦he pla-e of 'ele ! ti-rio'ii art’-- i jiiailv efh -rv, \at the ! came lime act in 1 armonv wd h the la« th- t <r r ''f wr ; ♦• p \i r-vil non.. V r*r, u,’MT.r- meed *l.\ | « r the piesent f l' wi 1 Vj.\ »r . ‘•*: •: pol l'* l'JliflT a*<er«M.l -tj a« l.i ' . f ion *of merrit-v. n , it>pinpv i »- ,- * j,, y,«- t •: t• ipi ♦‘ e •’ninerfl] Pin pd-»D» t ’« ado r, . ♦ered in the mmv cond ocmJ o f * ♦<»,!•« \i, 1 thev have ‘pen ipo- 1 without *■» p*.- • < I live »r.jnrv *n the patient. 1 r • * r *' • e ■»<«. t >< v e 'jli'-te the l.ir«";iw of I i lam*--. T t-»m " Fellow ot the 'heal C. Ih<rr. , . ]>h, .id'« n . Ur.f, hoi '•'iv t it among tne n* nv•»• p v . s \*! ndi h: t • ■a * a." *i s* cientif’O met-Mne. lode> iT ov tr -» eonfi *.♦ c* of ptm i‘i!i;h »n • t act o»T<. and to dr*ve V♦ ■ • ir ‘ n ' *he p‘ >" am to t}u nostrum dealer they m •* r ■■■■:■} ■¥ fe*>Ost. atps ♦ hoi gl; in d* ng so thm fin-'* *'■- < vc ny -»nd benefactors before *■»»«• ‘h h sh-j for a t-rne .pucks and empirics. But. t-hn !•»** to* o D" r <mi p< t ‘niiict, it i> n w abund a'« 4 U ion-..it • fra ted. ♦> ah n»th Kclectic re *'«»;»♦ for tlie I.irer. and effecting the ' ,d .« h n»h character. Leptandrim. Bifdophyllin. ; 'n*hn and occasional combinations of other arti- i‘i\ are Xiiuch more reliable than Mercury, and at tended wth none of it- ; hazards Kvidence is not lack ing *'i, v* that the toxicological properties of antiino nv np.l arsenic make them quite as obnoxious as the mercurials F Hectics discard these also, b^rause the innicalion- for whinh they are used, ran he met with more safety promptness and certainty with other rem e-des. For the sedative expectorant, and diaphoretic effects of tartar’zed antimony, more than substitutes are found »n aconite, gelsenmmm. sanguinaria. asclepia Ac. No bene tie in 1 effects can be obtained from arsenic vbicb cannot obtained from bydrastln. quinine, xanthovylin and salicine. Tlie Eclectic System embra ces nil the medicines of a mineral origin which exper ieoce has proven to tx* innocuous ami serviceable for the cure of diseases, when used in Suitable quantities end at suitable times. Such medicines are freqaenth u-e.l. among wh : ch maybe mentiounl the preparati*»D of iron. lime. soda, sulphur and many of the sulphates d >’o article of real tlierapeulic value thrown aside which, with our pre-ent knowledge of • *n.i a 1 an ! phy-ologieal laws, cm be used without i k ent to the future integrity and healthful the system I*r. Miyder devotes his time almost exclusively to the treatment c f Chronic and Surgical diseases. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. PROSPECTUS. Volume Fourteen Begins Sep- September 11, 1858. Mechanics, Inventors , Manufacturers , and Farmers. The SrrFvnFir Amt ricsv has now reached it« Four teenth year, ami will snter upon a Vow Volume on the 11th of September. 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San Kkam isco. iHf W 6m ■<a ■ s 1 & VI j2Jc n t ■ & r: 16 f V r ">'-V WSfis C 5 > -A: • s FGR PURIFYING THE BLOOD, AND FOR THE or RE OF tLL DTSE 1 >ES .i R/.'/XO FROM AX IMPCRS STATE OF THE BLOOD, OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM. IT IS COMPOSED OF PURELY VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, And contains no mineral poison to itjare the CONSTITUTION. The (inn-oval of this prepare* on by Phys'dans and Men of k 'ceoce. and t* e g T ea' saccess which has • 'arked its use. furnishes proof sufficient to convince every candid and discerning mind of its great supe riority and -,».ue It is now administered in general practice as a sure and UNIFORM REMEDY In cases of Scrofula Leprosy, Tumors, Swelling of the Joints. Rheumatism, Erysipelas. King’s Evil, and even complaint symptomatic of Impure Blood; and all the diseases of the M ;soles ami Tissues, together with general debility of the system, yield to this un failing Purifier of the Blood—for the blood is the chan nel through which disease finds its way to the various organs of the laxly. Ilrnfc tijp fnllnraing. This certificate was sent us by our agents at Patter son. N. V., which Is also certified to bv several of the neighbors Q f At". Khi - Messrs, u. «. ez U. Samis: Gentlemen.—lt gives me ph-a-ure to send you the following statement in regard to my son. He took a severe cold and after eg.- weeks' of severe Buffering the disease settled in :i- left log and foot, vvhicii soon swelled to the utmost The swelling was lanc-d by his physician, and dis c-r.rg 1 most profusely; after that no less titan eleven ulcers formed on the leg and foot at one time. We had live different physicians, but none relieved him nuch; and the last winter found him so emaciated and low that he was unable to leave Ms bed, suffering the n. ist excruciating pain. During this lime the bone had become so much affected, that piece after piece tine out, of which he has now more than twenty live preserved in a Wile, varying from one-half to one and a half inches in length. We had given up all hopes of hi 5 recovery: but nt this time we were in duced to try your sarsaparilla, and with its use bis i.eailh ami api>eiite began immediately to improve, and so rapid was the chance that lesa than a doien bottles effected a perfect cure With gratitude, 1 remain truly yours, DARIUS BALLARD. Prepared and sold by A, B. Sc 1). SANDS, Wholesale Druggists, 100 Fulton-street, corner of William, New York. For sale by DEWITT. KITTLE A Co., H. JOHN SON A Co..and REDINGTON A. Co., fian Frenciseo; RICE & COFFIN. Marysville: K H. 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Moreover taking into consideration the style in whicl our Reprints are published aud their acknowledged fidelity to the original editions, and also the advantage of an early issue by means of the advance Sheets—om series will l>e found as cheap as any of the competing publications to which we have alluded. n*-Kemiltances should always be addressed, post paia to the Publishers, LEONARD SCOTT .t CO. No. 6-1 Gold street, Now York. 1 3j. T. Casapltay’s Private Medical and Surgical Institute Facrnmente <Hree+ below Mf'r'jniiprv orriesite Pacific maii steamship company’s okficf. »a\ »ravisto Established in 7854f0r the permanent cure o r allpr i vpte and chronic diseases and the suppression qiackerv. [ Attending and Resident Physician, I, .7 C7APKAA AT ]i Tate in the Hungarian RevohHbmary War. Oni Musician *o the 20th Regiment ofHonveda, Chief 8m - 1 ge-n o! the Military Hospital of Pesth, Hungary I < t.e latp lecturer on tlie diseases of women and chil. Iron and Honorary member of the Philadelphia C<>l I lege of Medicine. t .g"PeMnaneiit cure guarantied nr no pay. i oi.iin-.nicationa strictly confidential Consult) j «ns, b\ letter nr ortherwiae ftep Address I'R L J CZaPKAY, San Francisco, Cal. Til TFT AFFI it TED.—Hr 7.. .) Czapkay returns fds sincere thanks to his numerous patients for their pat i-mage and would take this opportunity to remind C cm that be continues to consult at b s Ins'itute for the cure of all f orms of private Hiseases—such as Sy j pioiis. Gono.boea. nocturnal emissions and all the cor.seuuences of .oil abuse In the first stares of Sv ph Htie or gonorrhnel diseases he guarantees a cere in I a few days without inconvenience to the patient or hindrance to his business. When a patient, by neglect r,r improper treatment, has developed the secondary symptoms of syphilhs, such as huboes or painful swej mgs <ui the gn-o.ns. i r ulcers in the throat and nose, wl. i h i! not checked, destroy the soft part- and cause the bone- t.i rnorti'y, separate and come away, leaving the sv.Merer an object hideous to beho’d or, when blotches and pimples break out on the skin, or when he has nainlt,l swellings upon the bones, or when his const 1 totion i- so injuieu , t s to pre dispose ti consump tion or o’l.er constitutional disease the doctor guaran tees a cure or asks no compensation. In rheumatism, chronic or acute ; in dysentery or diarrhoia. he has safe and effectual remedies. * For th? treatment of the consequences of self .abuse, such as nocturnal emissions, nervousness, timidity head ache, pains in the back and limbs with general weak ness, loss of apjietite. 10-s ot memory. Injury to the - g I res .iessness. confusion ot ’dca- dislike for socie ty, ar.l a feeling of weariness of life, with the Demons m step .-< excitable that slight noises shock or -turtle ♦tie patient making his ev.-tance miserable. For the above maladie- the Doctor will guarantee a cure or a-k no compensation He can be consulted lro<* of charge and invites ail to eali as it w.ll cost them nothing a "ud mat be much to their advantage. Office hours trom it A. M. to 9 V M Urmarknblc Instance of Medical Relief Below we publish thecertificates of two of the suf ferers from the pangs of disease. w ho. having recover ed their former health, and impelled by gratitude, make known their cases, and remedial agent and their statements are authenticated by a Notary Public. Ihe demands of society imperiously command their public ity. and we commend their perusal to the attention ot all alllicted ; CERTIFICATE Theundersigned. desirous of acquainting those who may be unfortunate enough to be similarly afflicted where a permanent relief of their sufferings may be obi tained, feelsit his duty to thus publicly express bis sin ceregratitude to Dr. 7.. J. Czapkay, for the permanen recovery ofhis health.. Bornedownby the distress ing symptoms incident to the vicious practices of und controllable passion in youth, depressed in body any mind, unable to perform even the most trifling date imposed upon the daily avocations of life. 1 sought th advice of many physicians, wheat first regarded mi di-ease as of trifling importance, but aias ! alter a few weeks, and in several instances months, of theirtreat ment. I found, to my unutterable horror.that instead relief the symptoms become more alarming in their cure, and being finally told by one that the diseases being principally confined to the bram. medicim s would be oflittle consequence, I despaired of ever re gaining my health, strength and energy : and a- a last resort, and with but a faint hope, called upon Fir, Czapkay. who, after examining mv case, prescribed some medicines which almost instantly relieved me of the dull pain and dizziness in my head. Fincouraged by this result, I resolved to place myself immediately un der his care, and by a strict obedience to his directions and advice, ray head became clear, my ideas collected theconstant pains in my back and groins, the weakness of my limbs, the nervous re action ofmv whole sv.-tem on the slightest alarm or excitement, the misanthropy nd evil forebodings, the self distrust »nd want of con tidence in others, the incapability to study and w ant of resolution, the frightful, exciting, and at time pleasurable dreams at night, followed bv involuntary discharges, have all disappeared, and in fact, in two months after having consulted tho Doctor I fe't as if inspired by a new life—thatlife which, but a short time ago. I r-outi-nplrte- to er 'by m iwi. h Arm. a Tiow to guard the u rtunat' e ronl frying intothe snaresofincompeteni .iiacks. Ideem it mv du ty to offer this testimony to tbe merit and --hilloi ]>r. Czapkay, and recommend him to all who may stand in need of medical advice, being assured bv mv own ex periei.ee t .iat, oncennder bis care, a rad'icaland perma neut cure will be effected. ' B. F'. FTI.T MORE. State of California, county of San Francisco—Sub scribedaudswornto before me. this 17th day ot April A n. 1856. (Signed,) John Middleton, t l -- s -] Notary Public Carr—Prompted by an honest desire of my heart, wish to lay before the public a case wbicl deserves a commendation not only as an net of s -entitle skill, but that o. humanity a o. About two yem-'ago. I sudden ly. an 1 from causes unknown to me, was seized with a fit of epilepsy, which, owing to my inabilaty to meet the expenses consequent, o. on a thourough treatment and tliediscouragement which I met with on attempt ing it. soon became such (as I was then led to believe) as to defy the skill of any physician. J was frequently while in pursuit of my calling, thrown down to the ground without the slightest warning ; and although insensible to the agonies. I yet despised the miseries of my life and soon learned to look upon those Aiho would render assistance or shelter me from danger, as enemies, who sought to*prolong the existence °of my miseries. While in this state, und having, previous to my at fliction. tasted the sweets of life, I once more was indu ced to attempt seeking aid of a physician, and by re commendation, called upon Dr. I„ J Czapkey, 1 told him of my circumstances, and of my inability to re ward him of his services—regardless of which, howeve he at once undertook my case, and with the blessing of God, I was once more restored to perfect health. I nable to reward him for the boon which I enjov at present, and yet conscious ofmv indebtedness. 1 consid er if due to myself and all afflicted, to make the case public, in order that those in need of medical service may find a physician in whom every confidence may be placed. Meyer Yablonskt. State ot California County of San Francisco, ss: Sworn and subscribed to before me this Ist day of August, a. d., 1856. Gilbert A. Grant. Notary Public. Spermatorrhoea, OR local weakness, nervousdebility. low spirits, las situde, weakness of the limbs and back, indisposi tion and incapability for labor and study,dullness ofap prehension. loss oTmemory, aversion to society, love of -olitude. timidity, self-distrust, dizziness, headache, involuntary discharges, pains in the side, affections of the eyes;, pimples on the face, sexual and other in firmities in man, are cured without fail by the justly j celebrated physician and surgeon, L. J. Czapkay. His method of curing diseases are new. (unknown to I others,)andhence the great success. Allconsultations (by letter orotherwise) free. Address L. .1. Czapkay M. D. San Francisco. California. The Greatest Discovery of the Age ! GREAT Blessing to Mankind ! —lnnocent but potent Dr. L. J. Czapkay’s Prnphilacticum, (seli-disin feeling agent.) a sure preventive against gonorrhoea and syphilitic diseases, and an unsurpassed remedy fo venereal, scrofulous, gangrenous and cancerous ulcer foetid discharges from the vagina, uterus and urethi and all cutaneous eruptions and diseases. As innoc lation is a preventive against small pox, so is Dr. L. . Czapkay’* Prophilacticum a preventive against syph. itic and gonorrhoeal diseases. Although harmless in i self, it possesses the power of chemically destroying tl syphilitic virus, and thereby saving thousands from l« ing infected by the most loathsome of all diseases. Le no youngman who appreciates health lie without Di Czapkay’s Prophilacticum. It is in very convenien packages, and will be found convenient to use. bein used as a soap. Price S 5. F'or sale at Dr. Czapkay) Private Medical and Surgicallnstitute, Sacramento st.i below Montgomery, opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company’s office, San Francisco. certificate. 1, the undersigned, Governor of Hungary, do testify hereby, tliat Dr. L. J. CZAPKAY has servedduring the contest for Hungarian liberty, as Chief Surgeon S" the Hungarian array, with faithful perseverance— whereof I have given him this certificate, and do re commend him to the sympathy, attention and protec tkm of alt those who are capable of appreciatingpat notic self-sacrifie and undeserved misfortune. KOSSUTH LA.(OS, Governor of Hungary. Washington City, 1852. TO TEAMSTERS AND OTHERS Patent Anti-Friction A.3K .9 jpes^we- Not affected by Heat or Cold. TUTS n'D'le «>il n< ’*hin m hot climates nor th'ck on or InrV’i hi cold The spawn of internal com n.anication w>th t'is Minin'; Districts having again r.noned. tlip'-iuosci-ib-rs tuln- this opportunity of thank •ng their numerous custoineis for th extensive j>a teenage givou t.. their PATENT AXLE-SREASE hiring the last six years an*l beg to say that every care will lw taken, in its future manufacture, to sustain its widely-spread reputation as the best Lubricating medium for Coaches. Drays. Teamsters’ WagoUs, etc., ever in 1 trodueed into California. DUCKS & LAMBERT, Inventors and Pele Manufacturers, Natoma street. De pot lor sale, Xu. 101 Jackson street, m.’i t i n sj.vv Envoi PCO. To California Consumers of lOTXjXjiisTosr I '.csiru to call ]iartifcular attention to consumers in California to the LABFI, nr BRAND UPON'MY HAMS, t\ filch in all cases bears a ” lac simile ’’ of m v signs tore, and in every respect the same label 1 have use for many wars past. fJMIF unrivaled reputation which my hams have lone borne in the California market, renders me exceed ingly anxious that, no hams packed by o’her persons should lie nn-fahen for tile veil known and genuine IIORACK BILLINGS HAMS. and my present object is to a-k consumers, especially to distinguish my Hams from some other hams, which I learn have this season been ent to California, on which the name of BILLINGS lias seen placed, with a label representing mine in style type kc. My Hems are cured under my own personal super, vision ; and their admitted excellence is owing to the great care used, an ! of the peculiar preparation they undergo in curing, bv which delicacy of flavor, preser vation of the juices of the meat, and freedom from un due saltness are secured I confidently assure purchaser? of ray Flam in Cali forma, that the cure of 1859 will he found of the choic est quality and flavor, and fully equal in all respects to any heretofore ached bv me for that market. HORACE BILLINGS, 1 atentee, Heardstown, Illinois. X. B.—All barrels containing the Hams of this sea son s packing, in addition to the usual brands will bear the words i n red paint, “Cure of 1859. Crosby andDlbblee, agents.” sept. 15-Sm AMERICAN EXCHANGE. ('ii San some Street, OPPOS J E THE AMEPJCAX THEATER, SIS RASCISCO. This Old Established Hotel is ifit lil now furnished with Collins & Co’s Premium Spring Mat trassks in every room. Wow P-urnitxire. 190 F'rench Elizabethan Style Bedsteads ; 100 Best Curled Hair Mattresses; 200 F'eather Bolsters ; 300 F’ine Feather Pillows ■ 230 Premium Spring Mattresses. The new addition has 00 rooms furnished in the best style. The Proprietor sets the best table in the State. This Hotel is fire-proof, and has 180 hard-finished rooms. I.adies Entrance to the hotel, corner Sansomc and Halleck streets. The Exchange has been entirely remodeled, painted, and renovated throughout. The Proprietor will leave nothing undone to make the guests of tne Exchange comfortable while stopping at this hotel. Prices shall be reasonable, sg“lhe Exchange Coach will always he in readiness to convey passengers to and from this hotel. ap2BT f ' BAILEY SARGEXT, Proprietor. W. fit. c. Chib House Gin r|pHE Undersigned having been appointed JL SOLE AC ENTS for *alo of this PURE cilN in Cali fornia and Oregon, arc prepared to supply the trade with an article th *t has no eo . ! in this market, b- ing the PERK ARTICLE. in ts t . cst diinkabic condi ;o ami flavor. This Oin is IMPORTED T)T r .”CT FROM HOLLAND, m M -rs. , S. n »RW] N,V ..of New York who ; i - read* arrangements n n the late firm of CAMP P.KLL BROTHERS f..r its sole importation and sale i the States and Cana as. tVeare assured it is the ONLY GENUINE CLUB HOUSE GIN EVER IMPORTED INTO Till? MARKET, And w> arc .-atislie,’, that a trial will obtain for it herr the high reputation it sustains wherever it is intt dneed /. XONF IS OEVriNE unless the bottles hav aliels of IV. S. CORWIN A CO. on them. A supply constantly on hand and for sale hr W. B. CUMMINGS & CO SO C lifornia street. my26-3m San Francisco. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY’S LINE fo M *»ns^3tML®a-. CONNECTING VIA PANAMA RAILROAD With the Steamers of the North Atlantic Steamship Company. i\.t Aspixiwall. For KTew Yorli. THE ONLY SAFE AND RE LIABLE ROUTE. Departnre from Folsom Street Wharf. The favorite Steamship 4||||£©®ffilE>3lSr AOIE Will leave Folsom Street Wharf with the United States Mails, Passengers and Treasure for Panama, on SATURDAY, NOV, sth 1859. at 9 o’clock, a. m. And connect via the Panama Railroad at Aspinwal with the magnifi* >nt Collins Steamer BALTIC Now belonging to the North Atlantic Steam ship Company, Through tickets can be secured, The P R. R. Co. and North Atlantic Steamship Co have authorized agents for the sale of their tickets. The great speed and unriveZled accommos dations of these Collins steamers present su perior inducements to passengers. State rooms for second Cabin passengers are provided on the Atlantic, Commencing with the sth of Octopei trip, the North Atlantic Co’s steamers will reg ularly connect wia the Panama Railroad with the Steamships of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company. PiP Treasure for shipment will he received on board the Steamer, until 12 o’clock mid night, on November 4th, OP No Merchandise freight will he received on board after 3p. m., Nov 4th and a writ ten order must be procured at the Company’s office for its shipment. For freight or passage, apply to FORBES ij- BABCOCK, Agents. Corner of Sacramento A, LeidesJorll St so3<l,oo€» WORTH OK FOR 810 NT AXD DOMESTII’ DRY GOODS. ooo|c, i&ils °D) 65 & 67 Front Street, axd 54, 56, 53 & 60 Sacramento St., SAN FRANCISCO, Having greatly enlarged tlieir Store, are now prepared to offer to the trade, at the eery lowest mar ket prices, the largest anil l>est selected stock of CTA TOE Am IF AMY DRY GOOIDS, 'Ever imported into this city. Comprising in parti the following: 300 hales 3 inch standard Brown Sheetings; ‘2OO bales 36 inch Brown Sheetings, different brands; 1 100 bales Massachusetts Brown Sheetings, 30 inch; 100 bales Tremont 30 inch Brown Sheetings; 70 bales %.% and four-fourths Fine Brown Sheetings 200 bales 30 inch Standard Brown Brills; 50 bales American and Russia Crash; 20 bales 40 inch Burlaps; 120 bales Blankets, all colors; 0-4,10 4, 11 ' and 12 4 White Swiss Blankets; 25 bales Flannels, all colors, twilled and plain; 150 packages Hickory Stripes, tor Mexican or S. Amen trade; 140 packages Ticking, including all the favorite brands 125 cases \. J 8 and 4-4 Bleached Shirtings, 65 cases Indigo Blue DriUs; 40 cases Indigo Blue Denims; 30 cases 2 2 4-2 and 4-4 Aprou Check: 25 cases Bro«n and Bleached Canton Flannels; leases Colored Corsett Jeans, 520 crises Small I’laid Lindseys; U. S. Bilot. Eureka and other brands of Duck, from Xo. 10 to 6-10; 175 pieces Crossley k Sons’ Brussels Carpets; 130 “ “ “ Velvet Carpets; 75 pieces 4 4, 6-4 and 8 4 Floor Oil Cloths; 100 pieces 4-4, 5-6 and 6 4 Check Matting; 200 do/.. Single and double Comfortables; lOOOdoz. white and mixed Merino Shirts and Drawers; 250 do/ Brown Cottou and Lisle Thread Undershirts; 5000 lbs. Cotton Yarn, No. 7 to 12; 5400 lbs. 4, 6 and 6 ply. Machine thread; 40 Bairels 4. 5 and 6 ply Sowing twine, 3000 Tvo Bushel Seamless Hags. House Furnishing Goods. Bleached and Biown Linen Table Damasks; Bleache and Brown Union Damasks; Linen Shirtings; Billow Case Linens; 10-4. 11-4 and 12-4 Manchester Quilts ; white and col ored Toilet Quilts, Embossed Table and Fiano Covers; super cloth Fiano Covers; Bleached Linen Table Cloths; Brown Linen Table Cloths Linen i.jweling, Doglies audXapkins; Scotch Diapers; Stair Damasks; Curtain Muslin lAce Curtains: Worsted Damasks; 6-4, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4 and 114 Brown and Bleached Cotton Sheetings; Window Shades and Hollands all colors, &c. ko. * EMB2SSS ®®®22)So Black and fancy col’d Silks x French k English Delaines; Flounced Silk Robes; >Blk Alpaccas ArParrainattas; French & English Merinos; ;Mohairs end Debaiges; French & English Cobnrgs ' French Prints k Organdies; Plain all wool Delaines; ißlk & color’d Cotton Velvets; Printed word 18 lalnes; $ “ “ Silk Velvets; Manch’teriPacific Delaines;,Printed Lawns & Jacconctts Cashmere Wool it Broche Long and Square Shawls, *c WHITE GOODS Jaceonett Jt Swiss Muslins; Gents 1.. C. Handkerchiefs Mull and Check: jlgtdies & Gents do. hem'ed; Xainsook and Cambric; : do. do. do. color’d border; Brilliants. Dimities, kc. &c.:lrish Ijnens; Indies L. C. Handkerchiefs;'White and Printed Linens: Lawns, Cambrics, kc. kc. Embroideries. Limns, Trimmings, Ribbons, tic. &c. Gents. Furnishing Goods. Grey FTannel Over-ShirUJDoe Skins; Blue and Rod do.; , Duck Pants and Overalls; Hickory Shirts; IJumpes’ & Ky. .lean Shirts; Check Shirts; |Blach Silk Handkerchiefs; Linen Bosom &CalicoShirtsJSilk Pocket do.; Cloth, Cassimeres; (Silk Undershirts; Drawers, kc. kc. 250 Cases Prints, INCLUDING COCHECO’S, DUTCHESS, P. ALLEN’S. SPRAGUE’S, kc Our stock of Hosiery is the largest and best assorted on’be Proif.e coast—consisting ot ladies. Gents and Children .-. of all grade- in cotton, wool and merino. GLOVES. A full line of Ladies and Gents Alexandres’ Kid Gloves. Orders promptly and caiefully filled. gjp-Wc would call the attention of the trade to the above, TAAFFE, Me CAHILL CO. sept. 15-6 m. DEPOT, Boots and Shoes, 109., Sacramento Street, CORNER OF LEIDESDORFF—UP STAIRS. SAN FRANCISCO. THE t nderaigned Sole Agent for A. SF.IBKRI.TCTI Boot and Shoe Manufacturer in Philadelphia, re spectfully informs the trade that be has always on hand ami receives by every steamer from the Fast, a large and well assorted stock from the above celebrated manufacturer, consisting of first class Tjidies', Gents'. Misses and Children's Boots, Shoes. Gaiters, etc., which he guarantees to be of the best material and workman ship. He also constantly keeps on band a good assort ment of Boot Pegs and Boot Fronts and Backs (crimped aud uncriraped). of the best French calfskin; also, Silk on Braid, and Cotton Shoe lacing, etc. Country dealers are particularly invited to call and examine my stock. All orders promptly attended F. X. HAST, une2-cm Sole Agent in California. LOTTERIES. WOOD, EDDY &CO : S OLD AND RELIABLE DELEWARE AND GEORGIA Lotteries on the Combination, and others on the Havana or Single Number plans. • SPLENDID SCHEMES, With Capital Prizes of $70,000 and 50,000! and numerous others ot smaller denominations, will he drawn at AGUSTA. Georgia, and WILMINGTON. Del., under the superintendence of Sv'om CommMcners , every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY of each week. The Delaware State Lotteries. CLASS 420 DRAWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST .1, 1R59. “ 430 “ “ “ 10, “ “ 444 “ “ “ 17, “ « 456 “ “ “ 24, « 468 “ “ “ 31. “ The Single Number Lotteries. (Authorized by the State of Georgia.) CLASS 32 DRAWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1859. “ 33 “ “ “ 13, “ “ 34 “ “ “ 20, “ “ 35 “ “ “ 27, “ By TICK ITS in anv of these and earlier Schemes may be obtained from TFN to FIFTEEN DAYS AFTFR THK DRAWING TAKES PLACE, and the purchaser will consequently have to hold his ticket only eight or ten lavs before he will get the OFFICIAL DRAWINGS, which will he published in several of the most promi nent Sail Francisco newsjiapers. and a h!e of the New York papers, containing a perfect list of all said draw ngs can Ik* found at WOOD. EDDY & COS LOTTERY OFFICE. 2XT o OS Moiitfiomer yst SAN FRANCISCO. Bed and Bedding Warehouse 98 Sansome Street, ONF. DOOR NORTH SACP.AMKNTH, SAN WAN CISCO I.MPOU l KRS OF BED FURNISHING GOODS, AND MANUFACTURERS AND DEAIJKBS IN BFIH AND BUDDING, r:V!TF Hip attention of Families. Hotel keejiers. Steamboat amt Shipowners, Mining and Manutac urimr companies. Ranchmen, ami Hie Directors of ulilic Institutions generally, to their e.xtenshrestock of Fmbraclng in part, tlieir celebrated rremlum anil Pa tent Spring Beds; Feather, Hair, Moss, Wool, Puln and Straw Mat trasses of every sire. Bolsters ami Pillows. Realty marie Bed. Pillow and Bolster ticks: cotton anil linnen sheets. Pillow and Roister slips—all sizes and qualities—White. Bed, Blue, Green, Gray. Mackinaw and Navy Blankets; various styles of \Vml Family and Crib Blankets; Pink. Blue, Orange, Purple, and White Spreads; Marseilles Quilts; Manchester and l.an caster Coonterpaines an 1 Berth Quilts: Comforters in great variety ; Table Cloths, Napkins, and Towels; Bed steads. Bed Lounges, and (lots;/Iso, Feathers; I lair, Moss, Wool, and Pulu; Furnitnre, Prints, Tickings, Cotton and Linen Sheeting; Beil lace. Bed Springs. Ac. ( HI LINS A CH.'S manufacturing facilities are so ex tensive that they can fill the largest orders at a m|6 hours notice. Dealers and consumers are respectfu \j[ Invited to examine their Goods and Prices before pur chasing elsewhere. Orders accompanied with the cash, and describing goods required, will be promptly attended to. The Mechanics’ Institute, at its last industrial exhi bition. awarded Collins A Co, tbo first Premium lor their Mattresses and Bedding. Goods delivered at the steamers free of charge, ban Francisco, May 19, ISoU.—ly WHOI KSAT.K AM) KKTAIL. BEDS AND BEDDING, TURNER’S. AND TURNER’S FOREST FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. P. G. FERGUSON, WHOLESALE DEALER IX FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Wines & Liquors, MORGAN’S BLOCK, MAIN ST., COLUMBIA. THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform Hip cit irms of Tuolumne county, that he has opened, at the aliove named place, the largest WIIODESADE LI q UOII ESTA B LIS If ME NT IN THE SOUTHERN MINES, which will l>e dis|>osed of for CASH at the lowes wholesale prices, in quantities to suit purchasers. WINTE3 Of every description, and of first qnfility and chorees brands; as follows; Maderia. Champagne. Old for Sherry. German Wines Claret. Native California. Ac. Mnilerin—South Side l/mdon Dock, Stac.kpote • Champagne— Ueidaick, Schrider, Mamin’s, Mori zet, CHcquct. Sherry— Old Gordon, Dale Sherry, Pale Monzißado, Xeres de in Frontera. German Wlnea.— Xiersteiner, Sparkling Iftwk, Sparkling Moselle, Hockheraier, Imperial Tokay, San terne. Clarets—Lafitte. Ha Hose, Chateau dTssao, St. Julien, Giaud I-a rose. Branclios Of every brand. foreign and domestic; Jean lent*, superior old Cognac, 1811; Sarerac, Old Otanl, fVE Me’•tel; fine Ohio, Igmis Berton. Xtum. Old J.amaica, St. Croix, Pisco. Now England. o-iivr. old Holland, Swan, Anchor, Old Tom, WoKTs Sc Ism. schnapps. Wliislty. ourbon. Scotch and Rye, Monongahela. Alo ds Porter in hulk and pints—Tennent’s. Scotch XX, Bnr% Double Brown Stout, Hindoo Brown Stout, Jeffrey’» Ediuboro. 3Vli«collmiooxiis). Turner’s Ginger Wine. Turner’s Forest Wine Bitters, Bokei ’s Hitters, l,eslie’s Stomach Hitters, Tansey Hit ters, Wormwood Bitters, Cordials. Tansey Cordials’ Crab Apple Cider, Turner’s Lemon Syrup Gordon’s Raspberry Syrup, and every variety of Case Goods. Also, the genuine Florida Water and BAY RUM. Wholasale or retail deal err in Liquors are invited to call and satisfy themselves that they can purchase at this establishment CHEAPER than they can obtain a similar article from San Francisco. Mff All Goods are guaranteed to be as represented, or no sale. it iT Goods delivered in Columbia and vicinity, free of expense to the purchaser. P. G. FERGUSON. £ Columbia,’Dec. 1, 1859-tl. GEORGE E. HIGGINS, MANUFACTURER OF CALIFORNIA <!««*> 3a Bfr IVK. GOLD AND SILVER PEN CASES & HOLDER* OF ALL KINDS, WHOLESALE AND RETAM., M 4 ft* MONTGOMERY STREET, BETWEEN CLAY AND MERCHANT, SAN FRANCISCO. Jewellers, Stationers, Dealers in Gold Pens and the Trade generally, are respectfully invited to try our California Gold Pens. Every Pen stamped ’• G. E. Higgins. San Francisco,” is made ol California Gold, “Diamond Pointed,” (Iridi um ) end. finished In the most perfect manner (by mv self.) with an experience of over Twelve Years. They will prove superior to any other Pen, not only the quality of Stock and Finish liut fur Durability, at the same time costing no more th in is paid for an in ferior imported article Those residing where a gr oil Pen is not to be had can hare any size (by number) sent by Mail or Express! on remitting the amount stated in List of Prices ” with privilege of exchange, if not suiting. Orders enclosing money sent by Mail should be reg sfered. and the Pens will lie returned same way. GOLD PENS HE-I*OINI ED. By sending One Ikillar for common siz.e. and One dollai and a Half for large size, in cash or Postage Stamps, the Pens will be returned as good as new. Liberal discount to the trade. KiT EVERY PEN 16 WARRANTED -©* may 26. 1859. FOR NEW ORLEANS. VIA TEHAUNTEPEC. wf ign TICKETS F I.OVI SAN FUA\ ■ CISCO to llm i ucliomge at VEX TOS \. will lv sold by the PACIFIC M AIL STEAM SHIP COMPANY. Passengers will tv-transferred at Acapulco ti • m the I e unship ■■ Golden Vge ”to the Steamship “On g m ” I id taken the n e to Vento-.i. Hu Teha ,iff ee Company will forward Passenger* ■ ’CI Ventcoi to Ve v Orleans FVirtHM.'S iy lIAUCOCK, A .r.vrs, ’.til s S.«n Francisco. aoUAiit jcitewU) A Leicssdcrff street.