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California Livery Kfaiile.
Broadrrny street, JACKS O.V.
The undersigned respect
fully inform their frtft’.ds
ami the public that they
keep on hand to hire, at the al>ove inAned stable,
pood, spirited and easy riding ladies' and gentle
men's Horses; also, tine Horse* and Buggies,
which can be had on abort notice and at price* l
the times,
r<9~ ilor'es kept and groomed by the week or
day in the Stable, or put on the ranch on good pas
lure and well attended to.
Ranch produce for sale, consisting of Barley
Wheat. Flour, liny, Ac.
SESr* Teamsters would do well to give us a call.
E. & T. MASTER SON, Pro’s,
opr 21 2 7 ~ 4m
Loui*:)ii:t Hotel.
MThis bouse being n-wlv furnished and thoro'
lv renovated, makes it one of the moat desire
tile hotels in the mines. It is spacious and airy
with Ladies' parlor, and Miitsol room* for fami
lies. The comfort of ladies will be attended to
personally by Mrs. Bradley.
Until It of mi st and a Good Stable
Are also attached to the house.
Poorer * Co.’s Stages leave this bouse every
morning, for all parts of the State.
Aicvi-TKONO Askkt has the supervision of the
BA H. w hich will at all times be furnished w ith the
best cigars, wines and liquors that can be brought
into thlr market.
Jackson, April 18. lei 7. 2<l-tf
Urii&r* and iflodicincs.
rpHF, nndersigned having re-opened the I>mg
I Store formerly occupied by A. Morrill. Esq. in
tends keeping on hand A. I EH 1 AH 'PICLE L\
HIS Ll.XK —such as Drugs, Faints. Brushes, Fan
cv articles. Ac. Ac,
’ He solicits a share of the public patronage.
S. R—Pure Mines anti Brandle*
for the sick.
Office for medical con.-ultation« in the rear of the
st ore. April 11th—25-3ra
Fruits, Scgiirs, Tobacco, W.
C AH PEL &■ CO.,
Main striet. near Leeinsky'e Uriel. Jack ton. Cal.
WE l>cg leave to Inform the inhahi- 0\
r&f'V-r tatiu of Jack-on and vicinity that
\, have constantly on hand a well a*-
Hirlnl -liv U Of
Stationery. Cutlery, Toys, Confection) ry. Fresh
and Dried Fruits, Ac., which we offer at the lowest
market prices.
apr 18 :im
Irene Hotel,
Having opened the Irene Hotel, in lone
IniH City, it is our intention to make it a Firm
Clast Haute. IVi shall Keep our Tallin;
with the Is-.t the market affords.
Our siablHi
Are large, and offer every convenience to tenaw
tors. We have in connection with the Hotel, a
of good Horses and Carriages, so that Pleasiin
Career. and others, can always he accommodated.
i\f r 25 27-tf
Coovcr Ac Co.V Stage*.
Jackson and Sacramento, rid. Dryimcn.
COOVER A CO. respectfully
d the paiili- <1 it they ein
' .Sr—i i|oy none lm> u- ommodatjng
agentr and e;.refill driver*. They run good, com
for table coaches, and drive as good stock a* can Ik
found on any road in the Slate.
nay J 28-tf
N c
w Arra u k o m cut!
On and after (tie 3d day of
April. l w .‘>7, Hamilton A - Smith
will run a Daily Line of Stone”
from Folsom, via. Prairie City, .Michigan Bar, Ar
kansas Diggings, Forest Home, Willow Springs,
Drytown, Amador and Sutter, to Jackson. Also, a
branch line, connecting with th -above at the Cen
tral House. toFilldletown, Leaving Folsom on th*
arrival of tli*- morning train from Sacramento, and
arriving at Jackson and Fi ddletown same day.—
Leaving .Inaksoii and Flddletown same day at 5. a.
m.. and arriving a! Folsom in time for the 12 o’cl'k
v. train, hy w hich passengers will arrive in Sacra
memo at a quarter past I r. M.
Through lick I for Jackson and Fiddlelowr, or
intermediate places can be obtained at the Crescent
City Hotel, K sin .I. between :i>l ami 41li: Oro Ho
tel. K street, between 2d and 3d, and at th** Nation
al I Mol, between l-l and 2d streets, on K—and at
the Railroad lb |m>l.
S H. Persons looking their names will lie call
ed for in any part of the city, and will lie taken to
the cars h er of Charge.
The ears leave the depot, corner of 3d and K
streets, at half-past 7 o'clock, a. m.
apr 1R 2fi-tf
tieriunu Be<*r rtaloon.
THE undersigned has taken the saloon formerly
oceupieil by M'allemath A Co., in the brick
basement on Main street, nearly opposite the fool
of Court street, Jackson,and hopes by strict atten
tion to businci s. i * r -ceivc the patronage of his
friends and the public.
Has been provided fur those who take delight in
that fashionable amusement.
Liquors of nil kinds at the Bar.
mav 9 29 3m
For the llalramlSkin.
ALII of a Thousand Flowers; Lyons' Kathal
rou and Barry's Tricopherons, at the
apr 18 26-1 y
Main tree!, Colcana,
•C?~e permanently opened in my
fr'/'.i * new Fire-Proof Brick Building, I Offer
!'" iijj* to tie- public, u large assortment of
and Clocks. Also All kinds ol Suites Jewelry and
a good variety of California Jewelry, manufactured
by myself.
Time keepers of every description repaired and
insured. All ki.’>ds of California Jewelry will be
manufactured to order out the same gold that is
given, in the best uud latest style, J CATCH CA
SKS not excepted.
In connection with my Jewelry establishment, 1
have always on baud an assortment of line knives,
Guns, Kitten, Colt's Pistols, billiard balls Ac.
N. B. lhaveiu my employ on experienced gun
smith. mid ant prepared to any work in that line.
Billiard balls turned at short notice.
Any article stdd or repaired by uiv is insured to
be what is represented, or the money refunded,
jan 14 1 t-3.m
Temple of Honor.
J. peranco Hall, Consolation street, every Wednes
day evening.
•J. S. B. Jewett, IV. C. Tj E. B. D.u.vuEnnELnJV. R
tie first Wednesday evening in each mouth.
Gko, Johxsox, D. T. K. Stewart, D. B.
12 13 !y
c. nvi:i/li;h ,
Crorkrry. Sloven. Tin A llnniwarr.
Brittania and Sitter Plated Ware. Sfc.. tfe..
fT’IIK undersigned respectftilly calls the attention
I of lii« old friend® and the public generally to
hi« present stock of goods, ami to his facilities for
Manufacturing and Joh Work.
Among other articles, entirely too numerous to
mention in advertisement, the following will be
found constantly on band :
Sloven ('poking. Parlor and Office;
Crockery War- of all kinds:
Itrittania and Silver Plated Ware:
Tinware of every description;
Cutlery—a superior assortment:
Glassware in complete variety;
Stone and Earthen ware;
Globe and Side Lamps;
Brass and Glass Candlesticks.
II a rdwafr—.f General Assortment;
Axes, Hammers and Hatchets;
Saws and .Saw Files:
Pumps and Lead Pipe;
Butts and Screws;
Nails. Spikes and Tacks, all sizes;
Poor. Trunk. Table and Pad Locks;
Chain and Spring Bolts;
Picks. Shovels. Gold Pans, Ac. Ac. Ac.
W i I low Ware —Beautiful Assortment:
Market Baskets;
Wish Baskets. Fancy Baskets. Ac.
All articles will be disposed of at the very low
est prices possible for cash. Those who will give
me a trial will be convinced of this.
done at the shortest notice, in the most superior
manner, and at the lowest prices.
After returning thanks for the liberal patronage
I have heretofore received from a generous public.
1 would respectfully solicit a continuance of their
Jackson. June 1.1. 1857-34tf
Congress Hall,
r Pniri establishment has recently been enlarged
I and thoroughly refitted, and is now one of the
most commodious and elegant fkiloons in the moun
tains. It is constantly supplied withchoice Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.
Or' Two first rate Billiard Tables.
The propel- lor returns thank- for past favors,
and solicits a continuance of patronage.
may 30 10 1m
Foster'!* liivery Stable.
THE undersigned respectfully inf irm® the public
that lie lias permanently established, at the
flourishing village of Clinton, Amador county,a
Livery Stable, where lu- will at all times tv happy
to accommodate those who may favor him with their
I’lrnl KtifeSuddlell liras, —swift, easy
and safe—may always tv obtained.
Horses ami Bcooiks—As good turnouts ns can
Is' had in mountain stables generally.
HORSES BOARDED, by the Day, Week, or
Month—well fed. and carefully groomed. *
The patronage of those who may have occasion
to visit Clintuu or vicinitv is respectful)v solicited.
Clinton, June 13. IKI7-34tf
“CciitiT fctori*.”
At the Junction of Main and lackson Sts.,
Tim Kk VI I A ro„
V T their fire-proof cement building, locat ’d as
A alsive, tvg to announce to their old customers
and the public in general that their stuck of Gro
ceries, Provisions, Liquors, Mining Tools, Ac., is
now as complete as that of any establishment In
California. They keep on hand none but articles
of the very finest quality: and they arc determined,
.it all hazards, to sella/ Lover i'rtces than any
other house.
Hotel keepers. Miners. Ditchers, Farmers and
Private Families will do well to call and examine
for themselves. By so doing, they will accomplish
a grand ditnderaliim —they will sane money.
The supply ou hand in always complete, so that
customers may send in their orders at any time
with (nil confidence that they will be tilled to their
mav Ifi 30-tf
Aqueduct City Saw .Mill.
r | 'HE undersigned would respectfully remind the
I public that they have constantly onhand.nl
their Saw Mill in Aqueduct City,
livery Variety of l.nmber!
Which they w ill dispose of at as low rates a- the
same quality cun lie procured at any other mill in
the county. Tin- attention of those requiring lum
ber for Building. I eticiug. Fluniing, or other pur
poses, is respectfully solicited.
Orders tor any description of Lumber will be
promptly and faithfully lilbd. F4T~ Lumber litex
liftiigo lor CASH, Barley, Hay, Horses, Cattle or
may Ifi 30-fim
I . S. lIOTIiI.,
tTHE undersigned begs to announce to the
public that Hie U. S. HOTEL, Fiddletown.
lias been recently enlarged and improv
ed by the erection of a new and fine two story
building on the premises, the old building having
also been thoroughly renovated, and the entire es
tablishment well f urnished.
found clean, neat and comfortable.
Thktabi.k. will lie constantly supplied with the
best to be had in market.
The bah, w ill always bo furnished with the best
if Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
The stahi.i. will be iu good hands, and horses
properly cured for.
By strict attention to business, the proprietor
hopes to merit and receive the liberal patronage
heretofore extended to the “ C. S,”
Fiddletown, August Oth. I Vifi.
J. \V. KENDALL, Proprietor.
aug 9 42-t
ni«\ hotel.
The Proprietors of this old and well known
iij£l establishment would respectfully announce
to the public that they have renovated and
and added a number of entirely new beds and rooms
for the accommodation of those w ho may lu\ >ir them
with it call. Their
w ill lie furnished in ns good stylo as any in the vi
cinity, and at prices that cannot but suit. As they
have established the CASH SYSTEM, they can
afford to do business ou as fair terms as any Hotel
in the mountains.
This being the office and station of the California
Stage Company, their Agent w ill ever be ready to
attend to passengers for all parts of the State.
8. S. HARTRI M,l . .
J. WAG.STAFF, } 1 ro P rs
liiion hlitble.
Okimerted with the I'niun Hotel is the Union stn
Ide, capable of accommodating fifty horses in good
dec 29 ll)-1m
Tyro Lodge, IVo. 73, F. A. .If,
Stated Meetings Thursday Evening on or preced
ing the full moon of each mouth. Members of the
craft are invited to attend.
W. E. McGnam , Ses.
Dr. L. J. Cnpkajr’i
Sacramento st.. below Montgomery, opposite
Pacific Mail Steamship Company's office.
estabiished for the permanent cvre of ai.i. pri
SION oe odAixur.
DR. L. J. CZAPKAT. late in the Hnngnrinn
Revolutionary War, Chief Physician to the liblh
Regiment of Honvede, Chief Surgeon to the Milita
ry Hospital of Pesth. Hungary, and late lecturer on
disease* of the Urinary Organs, and Diseases of
Women and Children, has opened his Institute for
the cure of all forms of private diseases, such as
syphillis gonorrhoea, nocturnal emissions, and all
the cbnse,q nonce* of self abuse. In the first stage
of syphil tic or gonnrrlneal diseases, he guarantees
a cure in a few days, without inconvenience to the
patient or hindrance to his business. When a pa
tient. by neglect or improper treatment, has devel
oped the symptoms of secondary syphillis. such as
buboes, or painful swellings of the groins, or ulcers
in the throat or nose, which if not checked, de
stroy the soft parts and cause the bones to mortify,
separate and come away, leaving the sufferer hide
ous to behold: or when splotches and pimples break
out upon the skin, or when be has painful swellings
upon the tames, or Avhen bis constitution is injured
so as to predispose toconsumption or constitutional
disease, the Doctor guarantees a cure or ask. no
In RHEUMATISM, chronic or acute ; in DYS
ENTERY or DIAHHtEA, he has safe and effectual
remedies. For the treatment of the consequences
of self abase, such as nocturnal emissions, head
ache, timidity, pains in th» back and limbs, with
general weakness, loss of appetite, loss of mi mory.
Injury to the sight, restlessness.confusion of ideas,
dislike for society, and a feeling of weariness of
life: with the nervous system so excitable that
slight noises shock or startle the patient, making
hi* existence mi“» cable. For the above maladies
the Doctor will guarantee a cure or ask no com
pensation. lb- can lie consulted free of charge
and invites all to call, as it will cost them nothing,
and may be much to their advantage.
r I’HE ingratitude of man to bis fellow man is so
1 often met with in life that testimonials,
prompted by the finer feelings of the heart are
oasis in the life of those who sacrifice their liest
days in philanthropic devotion to the alleviation
of the Ills of frail mortality, Empiricism floods
the columns of onr press with fraudulent and ficti
tious letters, singing peans 1,1 the worth of their
own egotistical charlatanism. Below wo append a
letter from a worthy man who, a brief period since,
seemed destined to-shuffle off this mortal coil,' w ho
looked forward to his dissolution with that pleas
ure w hich only those weighed down by the heavy
hand of disease can. Contrary to hope, the ability
of a skillful physician has restored him to his for
mer health. Relieved from his terrible situation,
and impelled by gratitude, he makes known his
case and remedial agent, and bis statement is au
thenticated by a Notary Public. The demands of
society imperiously command its publicity, and it
is given more to warn the unwary than to sound the
praises of a physician of v hom scores of like cases
can be cited:
The undersigned desirous of acquainting those
who may Is? unfortunate enough to be sim
ilarly afflicted, whi re a permanent relief of
their Suffering- may be obtained, feels it his duty
to thus publicly e.xpn * bin most sincere gratitude
to Dr. 1.. J. ( 'z.ipkay for the p- rumnent recovery of
his health. Borne down by the distressing symp
toms incident to the vicious practice of uncon
trollable passion in youth: depressed in lardy and
mind, unable to perform even the most trifl ag duty
jmposed upon the daily avocations of life; I
sought the advice of many physicians, who at fir*!
regarded my disi o.se a- of trilling importance but
alas! after a few weeks, and in s -veral instances
mouths of their treatment, I found to my unutter
able horror that instead of relief, the symptoms
became alarming in Hi ir torture; and, being told
by one that my disease, being principally confined
to the brain, medicines would tie of little conse
quence, I despaired of ever regaining my health,
strength ami energy; and as a last resort, and with
but u faint hope, called upon Dr. Czapkay, w ho af
ter examining my case prescribed some medicine
which almost instantly relieved me of the dull
pain and dizziness in my bead. Encouraged bj
this result, I resolved to place myself immediately
under his care, ami by a strict obedience to all his
directions and advice, my head became clear, my
ideas collected, the constant pain in my back and
groins, the weakness of my limbs, the nervous r
action of my whole body on the slightest alarm or
excitement: the misanthropy and evil forebodings:
the incapability to study and want of resolution:
the frightful, exciting, and at times pleasurable
dreams at night, followed by involuntary dis
charges, have all disappeared; and in fact in two
months after having consulted the Doctor. I felt as
if inspired by a new life—that life which, but a
short time ago, I contemplated to end by my own
With a view to guard the unfortunate from fall
ing into the snares ol incompetent quacks, I deem
it my duty to offer this testimony to the merit and
skill of Dr. Czapkay, ami recommend him to all
who are in need of medical advice, being assured
by my experience, that once under biscarca radi
cal and permanent cure will be effected.
B. F. Fii.i.vore.
Slate of (’. liforuia. county of San Francisco.—
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 17th day of
April, a. r>. 185(1.
(Signed) John Mmm Eton, [ i_ g.]
Notary Public.
Dr. L. .1. Cza peat's Medical and Surgical Insti
tute on Sacramento street, below Montgomery, op
posite Pacific Mail Steamship Company's office,
San Francisco, Cal. The Dr. offers free consult*
lion, and asks no remuneration unless he effects
a cure.
OrERMATOItUUtEA, or Local U’raknrs ». Ner
O vous Debility. Low Spirits,Lassitude, Weakness
of the Limbs and Back, Indisposition and iucapa
bliily fur Labor and Study, Dullness of Apprehen
sion. Loss of Memory. Aversion to Society, Love of
Solitude, Timidity self Distrust, Dizziness. Head
ache, Involuntary Discharges, Pains in the Side.
Affections of the Eyes. Pimples on the face, sexual
and other lufirmuties in man. are cured without fail
by the justly celebrated Physician and Surgeon, L.
J. CZAPKAY. His method of curing diseases is
new, (unknown to others) and hence the great suc
s'-ss. All equeifltalions, by letter or otherwise,free.
Addressed. J. Czapkuy, San Francisco, Cal.
lathe Incentive to gratitude. Below we publish
the volutory certificate of two of the sufferers from
the pangs of disease, who, having recovered their
former health, and impelled by gratitude, make
known their cases and the remedial agent; and their
statements are authenticated by a Notary Public.
The demands of society imperiously command their
publicity, and we commend their perusal to the
attention of those afflicted.
I, the undersigned, having been under the treat
ment of Dr. L. .1. Czapkay. although unsolicited,
feel called upon to give publicity to the efficacy of
his treatment, hoping that by so doing, 1 may be
instrmental in preventing others from the fearful
suffering and misery which I experienced, and
which so often result from the pernicious practice
of pretenders. Aly disease Im* been that of physi
cal and mental debility, which follows in conse
quence of the indiscretion of youth. The agonfes
which 1 endured are, perhaps, unnecessary for me
to detail; they arc knowu to those who have expe
rienced them. Suffice it to say, that having called
the services of Dr. L. J. Czapkay in requisition,
all my eApcdaliona which 1 may have formed of
him were more than realized. I would, therefore,
recommend Dr. Czapkay to all who may dud them
selves afflicted with that dreadful malady, my ob
ject in so doing being sympathy f ur suffering hu
inanilv, and s heartfelt desire of relieving them.
P. J DAHL KB, Printer
City and County of San Francisco, (
On this 31st day of July A. D. lKstt. lieforo me.
Wm. C. Jewett. Notary Public, personally appeared
I). J. I'ablee. known to me, being duly sworn, did
depone and say. that the contents of the card here
with signed by him is true.
In w itness whereof I have hereunto act my hand
and affixed my official seal, the day and year first
above written. W. C. JEWETT,
[n. s.] Notary Public.
Prompted by an honest desire of my heart. I wish
to lay liefore the public a case which deserves a
high commendation, not only as an act of scientific
skill, tint that of humanity also. About two years
ago, 1 suddenly, and from causes unknown to me.
was s ired with a lit of epilepsy, which, owing to
my inability to meet the expenses consequent upon
a thorough medical treatment, and the discourage
ment which 1 met with on attempting if. soon be
came such (as I was then led to believe) as to defy
the skill of a physician. 1 was frequently, while in
pursuit of ray calling, thrown down to the ground
w ithout the slightest warning, and although insen
sible to the agonies, I yet despised the miseries of
life, and soon learned to look upon those w ho would
render me assistance or shelter me from danger as
enemies, who sought to prolong the misery of my
existence. While in this state, and having previ
ous to my affliction tasted the sweets ot life. I was
once more induced to attempt seeking aid of a phy
sician. and by recommendation called upon I>r. L.
J. Czapkay. 1 told him roy circumstances am! my
inability to reward him for his services, regardless
of which, however, he at once undertook my case-,
and. with the blessings of God. I w as once more re
stonxi to perfect health. Unable to reward him for
the boon w hich I enjoy at present, and yet conscious
of my indebtedness, I consider it due to myself and
to all afflicted, to make the case public, in order
that those in nerd of medical advice may find a
physician in whom cverr confidence mav Is-placed.
State of Cai.ifobxu, I
Uounty of San Francisco, j
Subscrib'd and sworn befor- me. this first dav of
August. A. U. 1*56. GILBERT A. GRANT.
[t„ ».] Notary Public.
1)L. J. CZAPKAY'S Medical and Surgical In
stitute. Sacramento street, below Montgomery, op
posite Paeilie Mail Steamship Company's Office, San
Francisco, California. The Doctor offers free con
sultations. and asks no remuneration unless he ef
fects a cure.
The Greatest Discover i/ of the . her —Great Bless
ing to .Mankind — lnnocent , but Talent.
DR. 1,. J. CZAPKAY'S Propilarlirum, (self
disinfecting agent,) a “lire preventive against
Gonorrho-a and Syphilitic diseases, ami an unsur
passed remedy for all venereal. Scrofulous. Gangre
nous and Cancerous Ulcers. Foetid discharges from
Vagina. Uterus and Urethra, and all Cutaneous
Eruptions and diseases. As inoculation is a sure
PREVENTATIVE against small pox, so is Doctor
L. J. Czapkay 'sProphilaclicum a preventive against
Syphilitic and Gomrrhrcal diseases. Harmless in
itself, it possesses the power of chemically destroy
ing the Syphilitic Virus, and thereby saving thou
amis of delmuchees from being Infected by the most
loathsome of all diseases. Let no young man who
appreciates health be without Dr. Czapkay's I’ro
philaclieuin. It is in very convenient packages
and will be found convenient to use, being used as
a soap.
Price $3.00. For sale at Dr. Czapkay's Private
Medical and Surgical Institute. Sacramento street
below Montgomery, (opposite Pacific Mail Steam
Ship Company's office.) San Francisco.
TA'" All order* must be addressed to L. J. Czap
kav, M. I)., San Francisco, California.
L. J. CZAPKAY,M. D., Physician, Surgeon and Ao
coucber, invite* the attention of sick and afflicted
females, laboring under the various forms of Dis
ciims of the Brain, Lung-. limit. Liver, Stomach.
Womb, Blood, Kidneys, and all diseases peculiar to
their sex. The Doctor is effecting more cures Ilian
any other other Physician in California. Lot no
false delicacy prevent yon, but apply immediately
and save yourselves from painful sufferings and
premature death. All married ladies whose deli
cate health or other eircum-Umees do not allow to
have an in their families, should call at Dr. L. J
Czapkay’s Medit il Institute, and they w ill receivi
every possible relief and help. The Doctor's rooms
are so arranged that he can be consulted without
fear of molestation.
'■dr- All consultations (by letter or otherwise,)
free. Adifcestu Dll. L. J. CZAPKAY.
Medical 10-titute. Sacramento street, below Mont
ginnery, opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company's
mar 2* 23-Sm
.1. Wanirp’s Shrug tore,
Main Street, Volcano.
n The undersigned would must respectful- n
fSMy inform the citizens of Volcano and thef -^?
surrounding country, that he has. and
w ill keep constantly ou hand, a good and fresh sup
ply of
Paints. Oils. Varnishes. Brushes of all kinds, Cam
phene, Alcohol, Turpentine, Dye Stuffs, Patent Med
iein-s of all kinds. Perfumery. Fancy Soaps. Toilet
irlii h-s, Ac., Ac.. which we w ill sell at the LOWEST
C ASH PRICES. Physicians and others are request
|’d to coll and examine my stock before purchasing
Physicians' Prescriptions put up accurately and
with despatch, at all hours of the day or night.
N. B.—All articles sold by me will be warranted
Pure and Genuine.
mar 14 1 ;tm
Itnlli 1 tliii l«r Malr,
r PHE undersigned oilers for sale the well known
I Butte Saw Mill. It has lately Iteen moved and
fitted anew, and the location is one of the best in
Amador county. Come and examine for yourselves.
For particulars apply to W. llulfaker, Butte City,
or J. S. Bradley, at the Louisiana Hotel. Jackson.
may 2 2*-tf
L. LUBOSCII, Successor to J. Beclit,
>la Having purchased the entire stock and
qA busine-s ot Joseph Beclit, is now prepared
—l.a to acciiinmodatc the old customers of the es
tablishment and the public generally at the short
est notice. 1 have on hand a very superior stuc
of goods which I will manufacture into Pants, Vests
and Coals at prices to suit the time. All work
done by me is warranted.
Also on hand and for sale, gentlemen's furnish
ing goods of every description.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at short notice.
I hope by strict attention to business to receive
a share of patronage. Give me a cull and exam
ine my goods and w orkman-hip.
inuy !) 29-Jm Main street. Jackson.
Main street, 1 door from the Union Hotel, Jackson
THE undersigned Iteg to announce to
the citizens of Jackson and the public
generally, that they have taken the Inter
national Hotel and Restaurant, and that they an
determined to keep it in u stj le unsurpassed in
the Elate. They have employed an experienced
meat cook, and also a pastry cook, who will pre
side over the affairs of the ct isi\s: in a manner
which cannot fail to be acceptable to the public.
The choice of every edible that can be procured
in the market will he provided, and seven up in a
style unexceptionable.
The Lodging department connected with the es
tablishment will be attended to with stiict refer
ence to cleanliness and comfort. Good beds at
fifty cents per night.
The proprietors hope to receive a share of pa
troimge. and respectfully invite citizens and others
to give them a trial.
msy 2 jg.jf
jackMU Drue: nml Hook Store.
Fxre-prcyf Work,
Main Street, Jackeon, Amador Co., Cal..
rs i
a taSL
W. JACKSON, Proprietor.
JUST receiving: for the spring and summer trade,
a full supply of
Drugs, Medi ines. Books and Stationery,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Paper,
TINE, Ac., Ac.
The undersigned, thankful for past favors, hopes
hy strict attention to the People s wants to merit
a continuation of the same.
may 2 28-tf
New Kooks.
A LARGE and tine selection of Ismnd
Hooks, Novels and everything pertaining
to the Hook and Slationey business. I ha\ c
a larger stock than any other house in the
Call and examine the goods offered at
may 2
Ci R () C E R S ,
(Iffrr for sale one of the largest and best assorted
stocks of
In the Market. Particular attention paid to order*,
may 23 31-3 m
Particular IVotlrr.
\LL persons indebted to John S. Bradley (indi
vidually,) Bradley A Bedhead and Bradley A
Wright are hereby notified to make immediate pay
ment or they will hare cost In pay.
In future, 11. BARTON will collect my bills
freckly, u it/wul refer cure to persons.
june 13 34-tf
.fnok*nii l.ivcry Stable,
Main St., near the foot of Court St.,
r IMIK above convenient and commodious Stable
X is stocked with
Swift, Kh*) and Ssif<> Saddle Horae*
for Ladies anil Gentlemen. (Jive them a trial,
and you wiil not wish t<> look further.
that will not suffer In comparison with the la st.
Horses and Mules Hoarded and (Irouined
by the Day, Week or Month, on the must reasona
ble terms. Annuals entrusted to his care will he
faithfully attended to. A share of public patron
age is solicited.
June fi 33-3 m
r Pin-; business carried on to this date under the
I style ot Fixary A Co., isuloeed hy mutualeon
sent. All persons indebted to our firm will please
call at our office in Jackson, aud settle with Ed.
Fixary. our attorney iu fact
11. FIX ARY,
Jackson, June Itth, 1857.
June 20 35-tf
Voting America Saloon.
Minin, nearly opposite the foot of Court street.
r riHS saloon is situated on Broadway, three doors
I from W ater street, in tin* most pleasant loca
tion in Jackson. The Saloon is large, airy and
at all times cool and the BaR is furnished with the
iu:st winks am> Myrons that the country affords.—
Fancy Ice Drinks gotten up in the best possible
style. CtOAlts of the lest brands and flavor that
can he procured in San Francisco, kept constantly
on hand.
nn.l.tAiinTAHi.Ks iu the Stale, are kept in this saloon
for the accomodation of those who desire to amuse
themselves in this pleasant exercise.
Among other important articles not usually found
in the Saloons of California, are the following
leading journals of the United Slates and Europe,
which are kept expressly for the customers of the
Illustrated Lon- N. Y. Herald: Cal. Chronicle:
don News; N. Y. Tribune: | Alta California:
Bell s Life in N. O. Delta; j Saeramentocity
London; ' Mu. Republican; Union;
London Punch; Echo due Pa- Slate Journal.
Ballou s Picto- eifle; Volcano Ledger
ri-.H; I Spirit of the , Amador Scnti-
Boston Journal;! Age; ] net.
In addition to the above papers the proprietor
keeps a genera) assortment of Historical Works
and Magazines.
1 he undersigned invites his friends and the pub
lic generally to give him a call, and bewill promise
to give them the best in town.
GEO. 8. STEVENS, Proprietor.
apr 25 27 tf
Pliani* Work*.
, 3
t j

J A ITTH EDGE, Proprietor,
MANUFACTURER OF Fire-proof Doors.
Shutters, \ suits, Ac., Battery, near Pacific
streets, Sax Fkamisco.
X. B. Orders from the country attended to
promptly. A large assortment of second hand
doors and shutters constantly on hand, aud lor sale
a l’ r 4 24-Cm
Window (■ In**.
90nn FEET Window Glass; 600 lbs Lead;
-S.V/WIJ Boiled Oil; Turpentine, Ac., just re
ceived aud for sale, at
may 2 28-tf
O 4 KINDS of Pocket Cutlery, various sites and
eme Tf prices. Step in ami examine them for your
selves, at
may ♦ *M(
I>r. Chant'll. T ozer >, "
Private Medical Card
OTBAM.ERS visiting Sacramento wi]l .
i? that Dr. rozor’i Infirmary i, „„ "
between J and K. Sacramento. ' $M * *tt m
The g feat success and many radical
iv lias T'rtt/ie u■ n
by Dr. Tor.er since bis commencement ■
to which hundreds can testify, . , “ is city
form those afflicted with nnv private.'
REGENT or CHRONIC, and wish til i! k
thoroughly cared, it will bo to their I
welfare to call on him who for the I i
in|c r ,,
years has given his entire attention i Vo.l'. 7 * 1 ' ■
COMPLAINTS, and to all cases “ f , IIm ATI;
private nature ACUTE and CHRovir I ''" ' *
1 «td
Cyphills, Secondary and Constitution... ‘JJJJj»:
Gonorrhea and Seminal Weakness. G|p!l aff ‘ :
tures. and all diseases of the generative ■''
organs. both in male and female v„ .1. ~ .
Floor Albas 1 listeria, Ac.. ic.. Ac.
Patients can be assured that
»iid urii
will not law tampered with, but treat,.,T,,. 001 ”^ I '-!
: . - I'lPOtlftr ,
scientific principles, PRIVATE
eradicated in a few days; new eager" 1 _
short time, without mercury.
He can lie consulted at his office nt a ii ,
the day. from 9in the morning until ~ 1 f
ing. All in affliction can find in him V‘' M
see and sympathize with and befriend p "T"
in trouble—one in whose services th
(ideuce can lie placed. Come all who a
and in trouide, and be relieved and cured Kjlll
Apartments privately arranged so a
the possibility of expomn
Letters enclosing tlOwill receive
tion, with best advice and instruct!.
prompt att.
C. 11. TOZEIi w n
Sixth street, between .1 K
Rrad and Reflect.
Dr. Charles 11. Tozer's
to the . Iffliclcd.
DR. TOZER returns his thanks to his me> r
patients for their patronage, and would,
brace Ibis opportunity to remind them t| uil j,
tinues tocon-nlt on those difficult cases,,) VIM
which have baffled the skill of some < 1 Ih. I •’
celebrated physicians of the age, and iipon whi ' 1
he has never faUed to p.rform a radualcur. *
Dr. Tuzer’s reputation us a Physician - c
equaled. Ills exclusive attention to Die a--.
Gento Urinary Organs for so many years, r
him perfect master of Syphilitic Disease..
The large number of'aggravated case,
lias perfectly curei! after they have been p ;,' '
by many others, is the only proof that a Phv ’
requires of bis ability.
Dr. Tozcrwould state that lie can cure all,
of varieties of the disease, no mult r !,„«
standing, of wtmt piogrtss the disease h..
every patient can rely upon a cure.
Dr. Tocer has, it Dwell known, taken m,; ~
from the \ cry verge of the grave, and liigjTdU 1)
states that be deems it snilieient to attract
tention ol those who might need the >crvj, . ,
physician in ai.i. cases, not particularly Use.
mended in the a<lvertisement. expecting that!
would test my merits a* a practitioner, an,! ih,, re
sult of my practice has been thus far siilisl,
my patients and myself. Nor do Id -m ii i,
sary to till columns of the newspapers witlifiUu
empiric and bombastic advfrtisemenis, pr.,s
ray ability to heal all diseasesflesh is heirt„.i..t .
do that 1 must Ik; something more than nun. I ~ i
give those that are afflicted with VLNEItI.vL
CHRONIC, and other diseases, to uinb rsi.c,,: ■
long experience, I am fully competent to tree
My regard for the dignity of (he medic,il;
sion to which 1 have the honorlo belong,deto-m,
from committing any act savoring of rank , ~
cry, and regard for my own dignity would i ir
my placing myself on a par with quacks aai
Iruin venders of the present age.
I offer no genuine or fraudulent certifies!,.
putt's of my superior qualillcatiqnsas a pr» i,
—neither do 1 asstniie to myself medical b 1
which 1 am not untitled, hut ineroly ask time v,,r,
are diseased to rend the did, rent advert!., r, •
relating to the euro of private diseases, and judge
for themselves w here to apply for r,*lic f.
rooms are so arranged that lean be coned!,,,!
privacy at all hour of the day, Irem 9 o cD.’li it
the morning until » in the evening.
rdt~ Persons with Chronic Diarrhea. Bysr ■
Local Weakness. Nervous Debility, 1 Spirits
I lassitude. Weakness of the Limbs and 1t.,,'. , ■
position, Loss of Memory, Aversion to S" e.
Love of Solitude. Timidity. Self-distrust, lE/' ,■ >
lleadaclie. Pams in tiie Side, Affect mot
Pimple! on the Face, Sexual and other linin’ iii's
in Man, Ac., will find it important to consult Its.
Ctutus II Toztu at his office. Sixth street, bo
twueu J and K. Sacramento, -S
C. 11. TOZER. M. D.
11,-ml si nd Kcllcrt.
Dr. Cha’s 11. I'ozer’s Card h
the Afflicted of California.
I approaching any new course ol ydem •’
quiry there arc certain points concerning whab
; inquirer should always lie enrelul to m
nself. Ho should comprehend distinctly what Ui«
liject of inquiry is—Health and Dim as -
And we can form and fix in our minds s i
uocptlonof the state of Health, wo shall i' l ' '
Hcnlly In nnderslanding what is meant hy ~
*e. But beyond, not uhovo tliese objects , ■!
stigalion of the human laxly, we have am , 1
d still mdder end. it is to lay before you ui
kin terms that you cannot be mistaken nisi* l-1
iiv where to apply for relief.
I use the word of “diseaso” generally. '■ “
•e I speak of the signs of particular do, -■■ "
II bo proper to lake u general x iew of : '
her. a person is troubled or afflicted w iiliili
itch causes a werkness of the bat k ami ■„ ’
in in the head, dimness of sight. loss el ran -
■ power, palpitation of the heart, irratahth'V
rvonsness, dyspepsia, derangement ol the
c functions, general debility, symptom’ 1 0,1
option, and many others, which _an- I" 1 1 .
lined than put ou paper, ami requirei Mhl ’»
rgical Attention, il would 1"’ well
jtiire if thare is a physician who iscouipD
id them, and who understands the »PP!:**V\*
icdieine, and whose SCIENTIFIC At
STS in hi-i profession, and whose a
ience entitle him to your confidence. '
ic things, Du. G. 11. Toxim has ctaicludru ”
n you that are afflicteu, advertising I 1 , 1
iiiess, slating that he Ims been a success!u I “
mer for over twenty five years, and has
n they have been considered by other 11,,I 1 ,,
is, and have lx>en pronounced by theta r -
•ry. Therefore you cun rely upon
,’liom sr.cKtxv and the utmost eonlidcuci L
'. C. H. T. would invite all that are
on him. and if he docs not aduitnisle ■’
: will be mi charge made. Let no ..
reveut yon, hut apply immedmte y.
■self from the dread fill consequences
i follow those who neglect to recc
•'. C. 11. Tozcr'soffice Ison Sixth t*e« *■
telvldere Hotel, between J and h
is ar, so arranged that the Doctor ca
<1 w ilhout the fear of molestation. (
Or Office hours, from fi in the mommy
o evening.'*®, H TOX ,;u. M. I>•
dec6 7 -ly 6th et., between JA E. Sae.G .
J. H. Bradley,
AnIIKOT Y p 1 8 1
:>OMN over the Lafayette House.
Union House and Louisiana Ho < • , -
ir 15
Wall F«|M*r. , ;j
AA ROLLS just received (nc« P 1
U' / ottered cheaper than ever,
*•' N ' ■•‘-J
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