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IN CALIFORNIA, SBPT. Ist, 1854. Apia Frio, Mariposa county, B. P. Whitney. Alameda, Alameda county. L. S. Ely. Alamo, Contra Costa county. John M. Jones. Alvarado, Alameda county, H. C. Smith. Angel s Camp, Calaveras county, J. C. Scribner. Alviso, Santa Clara county, A. Rath bone. Auburn, Placer county, James Bonaen. Belmont, San Francisco, M. Flashner. tiemcia. S-dano county. James Miller. Rid well s Bar. Biftte county, P. W, Worsten. Big Bar, Trinity county, W;m. Coddington. Big Oak Flat, Tuolumne county, Jas. W. Butler. Bodega, Sonoma county, J. M. Miller. Bucksport, Humlioldt county, —• Buckner. Sacramento county. James Buckner. Cache Creek, Yolo county, A. McDonald. Campo Seco, Calaveras county, T. M. Pawl rag. Crescent Citv, Klamath county, David Hover. Charley’s Rancho, Butte county, Fred Pea-sees. Camptonville, Yuba county, E. T. Bnindage. Cedarville, El Dorado county, Geo. Thatcher. Chico, Bntte county. J. Bidwell. Columbia. Tuolumne county. A. A. Hunnewell. Colusa, Colusa county, Wm. Vincent. Cold Spring, El Dorado county. J. M. Getsehins. Chinese Camp. Tuolumne county. M. R. Graham. Contra Costa. Alameda county, Thos. Gallagher. Consumnes, Sacramento county, W. D. Wilson. Cottonwood, Shasta county. Wm. T.ane. Coloma, El Dorado county. D. G. Waldron. Cordelia. Solano county, P. 0. Lamorie. Cortisville, Tuolumne county, J. M. Root. Diamond Springs, El Dorado co,, C. N. Noteware. Don Pedro's Bar, Tuolumne county, R. Smith. Double Springs, Calaveras county, D. Thompson. Downieville, Sierra county, James Gernon. Drytown, Calaveras county, J. G. Sneath. Elk Grove, Sacramento county, J. W. Hall. Eureka, Humlioldt county, Mr. Elliott. Fiddletown. El Dorado county. Dennis Townsend. Foster's Bar, Yuba county, J. B. Whitcomb. Forbestown, Butte, B. W. Williams. Fremont, Yolo county. W. G. Brown. French Camp. San Joaquin county, R. W. Noble. Forrest City, Sierra, Wm. Henry.’ Georgianna, Sacramento, J. M. Bidwell. Garden Valley. El Dorado co., Thos. McConnell. Garrote, Tuolumne county. Cage Tucker. Georgetown, El Dorado county, A. W. Stowe. Gilroy, Santa Clara county, A. C. Everett. Goodyear's Bar, Sierra county, A. C. Johnson. Grafton, Yolo county, A. Cpdegraph. Grass Valley, Nevada county. E. Matthewson. Green Springs. Tuolumne county. Jas. D. Taber. Greenwood, El Dorado county, S. B. Jacques. Green Valley. El Dorado county, N. Van Tassel. Grand Island, Colusa county. Thos. Eddy. Hamilton. Bu;te county, E. M. Burrows. Horr’s Ranch.Tuolumne county, G. D. Dickinson. Horse Town, Sha.-ta county. Geo. W. Baker. Haskell's Ranch, Sutter county, J. Lefevre. Illinoistown. Placer county. B. Brickell. Indian Diggings, El Dorado county. J.W. Gilbert, lone Valley. Calaveras county, J. H. Alvord. lowa Hill, Placer county. J. Colgan. Jacksonville. Tuolumne county. Geo. B. Keyes. Jackson, Calaveras county, Bruce Husband. Jaraeftown. Tuolumne county. Wonovan. Johnson's Ranch, Sutter county, W. E. O'Kear. Junction, Yuba county. John f. Keener. Kilaa, Shasta county, Wm. Potter. Knight's Fern-, San Joaquin county, G. M. Dent, liaguna Seca. Santa Clara count}’. Geo. H.Bull. Ibsen's Butte county, W. P. Maybe vy. Lewiston, Trinity county, W. Lewis. Los Angelos, Los Angelos county, W. B. Osbum- Marysville. Y'uba county, W. P. Keyser. _ Mariposa, Mariposa county, John F. McNamara. Martinez, Contra Costa county, O. C. Coffin. MaywelFs Creek, Mariposa county, G. W. Coulter. Michigan Bluffs, Placea county, S. T. Leet. Mission San Jose, Santa Clara co., J. J. Vallejo. Mount Ophir. Mariposa county, J. H. Miller. Montezuma, Tuolumne county, J. T. Hoyte. Millerton. San Joaquin county. E. P. Hart. Monroeville, Colusa county, R. H. Pratt. Monte, Los Angelos county, Mountain View. Santa Clara county. J.Sbnmway. Mokelamne Hill. Calaveras c., A. W. Goodwin. Moon’s Ranch, Colusa coounty, George Eastman. Mormon Island. Sacramento co-, D. A. Kneass. Monterey, Monterey count. A. Randall. Mad Springs, El Dorado county. H. A. Hendee. McDermott's Bridge, San Joaquin co., W. F. Mc- Dermott. Murphy's Calaversa county. A. H. Stevens. Napa City. Napa county, E. B. Eaton. Nashville, El Dorado county, J. P. Thurston. Nevada, Nevada county. R. A. Davidge. Nicolaus, Sutter county, F. A. Russell. North Branch, Calaveras county, E. T. Lake. Newton. E! Dorado counry, W. Fisher. Onisbo, Sacramento county. C. F. Howell. Ophirville. Placer county, D. B. Curtis. Oroville, Butte county, P. S. Garland. Parks' B.u. Y'uba county, E. Y. Gaver. Placerville, El Dorado county. W. D. Williams. Petaluma, Sonoma county, P. S. Garland. Pilot Hill, El Dorado county, Silas Hays. Puerta de los Reyes. Mendocino co., T L Andrews. Putah, Solano county, Elijah Syloa. Quartzburg, Mariposa, Thomas Thom. R>d Bluffs, hast* county, amuel M. Bishop. Ringgold. El Dorado, J. L. Sargent. Round Tent. Nevada, J. E. Slater. Rough and Ready, Nevada, J. M. Little. Sacramento, Sacramento, F. Forman. Salinas, Monterey county, J. B. Hill. Salmon Falls, El Dorado, Thomas R. Brown. San Francisco, San Francisco, Charles L. Weller. San Diego, San Diego. George Lyons. San Juan, Monterey, P. Brien. San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, T. J. Harvey. San Jose, Santa Clara, J. W. Patrick. Santa Clara, Santa Clara. F. Cooper. Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, H. J. Shaw. Santa Rosa, Sonoma. T. G. Hahmann. San Ramon, Contra Costa, Samuel Skidmore. Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, T. W. Harper. San Bernardino, San Bernardino, ii. R. Hopkins. San Rafael, Marin, Moses Stoppard. Shasta. Shasta, J. Harell. Shaw's Flat. Tuolumne, . Snelling’s, Mariposa, John Snelling. Shingle Springs, El Dorado, D. T. Hall. Sonora, Tuolumne, H. A. Theal. Sonoma, Sonoma, J. N. Randolph. Staples' Ranch. San Joaquin, D. J. Staples. Steinbergers, San Francisco, George Thatcher. Stockton, San Joaquin, John S, Evans. Stringtown, Butte, L. I). Coffin. Spanish Plat, El Dorado, Spencer Richards. Sulsun, Sonoma, W. S. Kyle. Sutter Creek, Calaveras, I). Crandall. Tehama. Colusa, Newell Hall. Tex ts Hill Sacramento, James Clarkin. Third Crossing, Calaveras, J. A. Tate. Trinidad, Klamath, E. C. Darling. Trinity, Trinity, C. Lee. Uniontown, Humboldt, A. H. Murdoch. Vacaville, Solano, Vernon, Sutter, I». Abdel!. Volcano. Calaveras, George Muncton. Washington, Yolo, A. Warring. Watsonville, Santa Cruz, L. Thrift. Weaverville, Trinity, H. B. Davidson. Woodside, San Francisco, M. A. Pajkhurst. Woodville, Tulare, O. A. Smith. Yankee Jim’s, Placer, C. W. King. Yeoraot, El Dorado, . Y'olo, Y'olo, J. S. Fulton. Y'reka, Siskiyou. John Lintell. Y'uba City, Yuba, L. Badolett. Coopers Eye, Ear and Oethopaidic In firmary, A r o. 1 Sansome st ., near Rassette House, San Francisco. THE design of this institution is for the cure of the BLIND, the DEAF and the LAME, and patients resorting to it can find at once a homo, with Board and comfortable Rooms, fur nished in a plain or costly style, according to their tastes. Dr. Cooper has visited all the important hospi tals of Europe for the purpose of extending his knowledge of Medicine and Surgery, and will give the Infirmary his immediate attention. N. 15.-—All Surgical Operations free to patients presenting themselves at the Cixic on Wednes days and Saturdays. For particulars, refer to Dr. E. S. COOPER, at ■the Infirmary. [tS-Sm Table of Distances, The following distances were measured with a ! viameter, by Capt- Earner, of the Ended States Topographical Engineers, in the summer ot 1848: Francisco to Mission Dolores.2i miles. « « *• to Sanchez Ranch 17 “ .> “ “ to San Mateo 21 “ .. « 44 to Santa Clara 48 “ n •« “ to San Jose 51 “ m “ 44 to Murphy's 70 “ « “ “ to San Juan. ~..94 “ “ “ 44 to Salinas River U 3 “ “ “ 44 to Monterey 125 “ “ “ 44 to Mission Soledad.. .166 “ “ “ 44 to Ojitos 200 “ “ “ “ to San Miguel 237 “ “ 44 44 to Brake's Ranch 258 44 44 “ 44 to Santa Marguarita. 265 44 44 44 44 to San Luis Obispo. .276 44 4 4 44 44 to Capt. Dana's 299 44 44 * 4 44 to Los Alamos 321 44 44 44 “ to Santa Inez 340 44 44 44 44 to Gaviota Pass 352 44 4 ’ 44 44 to Arrogo Honde 359 44 44 44 ’ 4 to Dos Pueblos 370 44 44 44 44 to Santa Barbara 387 44 44 44 44 to Carpentaria 398 44 4 4 44 “ to Rincon 402 44 4 4 44 44 to Buenaventura 415 “ " “ “ to Santa Clara River.42l 44 4 4 44 44 to Canega 475 44 “ 44 44 to Los Angeles 485 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 to Los Coyotes 504 44 44 44 44 to Santa Ana 515 44 “ 44 44 to Juan Avila’s 635 44 44 4 4 44 to S. Juan Capistrano-542 44 44 44 44 to Los Floros 562 44 44 44 44 to San Lois Rey 573 44 44 “ “ to San Diego 612 j 44 -i z- |- COUNTIES. COUNTY SEATS. i_ ZT.~ Alameda Vlvarado 175 185 50 Butte Bidwell's Bar.. . 75j 120 230 Calaveras Mokeluinne Hill 60 55 220 Colusa Colusa 140 195 295 Contra Costa... Martinez 110 120 45 El Dorado Coloma 50; 1051 205 Humboldt (,'nion Town.... 390* 400 265 Klamath L'niiWi Town ... 550 ’ 560 1 425 Los Angeles Los Angeles— 660 670 535 Marin San Rafael 158 168 j 3 Mariposa Mariposa 1551 100’ 265 Monterey Monterey 260 1 270 135 Napa Napa City 130 140 55 Nevada Nevada 65 120 220 Placer Auburn 35 90 190 Sacramento Sacramento 55 155 San Bernardino. >an Bernardino. 690 700 565 San Diego San Diego 790 800 665 San Joaquin.... Stockton 55.... 165 San Francisco.. San Francisco.. 140 150 15 San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo 460 470 335 Santa Clara.... San Jose 200 90 75 Santa Cmz Santa Cruz 260; 270 135 Santa Barbara.. Santa Barbara.. 200 600 465 Shasta Shasta 225 280 ; 380 Sierra Downieville 97 152 252 Siskiyou Y'reka 300 355 455 Solano Benicia 110 120| 45 Sonoma Sonoma 138 190 40 Sutter Nicholaofl 30 85 185 Trinity Weaverville 265 320 420 Tuolumne Sonora 125 70 235 Tulare j 265 210 375 Y'olo Washington... 1 55 156 Y'uba Marysville 65 120 220 The following miscellaneous distances may also be useful for reference : From Sacramento to San Francisco, 140 miles; to Stockton, 55 miles; to Benicia. 110. From Stockton to San Francisco, 150 miles; to Benicia. 120 miles. From San Francisco to San Quentin. 15 miles; to San Jose, 50 miles; to Benecia, 30 miles. Tlic Greatest Discovery of the Age. Great Blessing to Mankind. INNOCENT, ~BUT POTENT. Dr. li. .T. CZAPKAY'S PROPHILArTICUM, (Self-disinfecting A gent,) a sure preventive against Gonorrhea and Syphilitic Diseases, and an unsurpassed rem edy for all Venereal, scrofulous, Grungrenous, and Cancerous fleers. Foetid Discharges from Vagina, Uterus, and Urethra, and all Cutaneous Eruptions and diseases. For sale at Dr. Czap kay's Office. Armory Hall, corner of Sacramento anil Montgomery streets, San Francisco. As in oculation is a preventive Small Pox, so Dr. L. J. Czapkay's Prophilacticnm. a preventive against Syphilitic and Gonorrhceical Ihseases. With this intention. Dr. C. makes the public acquaint ed with his excellent Phrophilactium. Syphilis is one of the mod dangerous diseases with which the human body can lie afflicted, whose horrid consequences are not limited to an individual, or to a family, but to three and live generations Consequences which are only too often the cause of destroyed physical and mental health, of pre mature death, of lunacy, idiocy ami suicide. In order to limit the extension of Syphilis, illicit in tercouf.se between the sexes must lie avoided, or remedies must be used to prevent contagion with the Syphilitic poison. Dr. L. J. Czapkay's Pro philacticum has been analyzed by the most emi nent physicians and chemists of Europe and the United States, and pronounced as the last pre ventive against Venereal Diseases. The ulsivc remedy is not new. It was discovered by Dr. Czapkay many years ago, and is now in use all over Europe and parts of the United States of North America. The effect of the far-famed rem edy is very simple,and uninjuriousto the system; it combines chemically with the venereal poison, and through that the poison is neutralized and its power destroyed in such a manner that con tagion cannot take place if the directions are strictly followed. Thereby, ye young and old, male and female, get of this valuable remedy, or you expose yourselves to the dangers and conse quences of the horrid disease. Syphilis, and gen eration after generation will suffer for your a oa th v not saying anything about time and money that you lose in getting cured of it. Dr. L. J. Czapkay's Prophilacticnm is also an unsurpass ed remedy and cure in all the following diseases: Venereal, Scrofulous, Gangrenous, and Cancer ous Ulcers, Foetid Discharges from the Vagina, Uterus, and Urethra, and all Cutaneous Eruptions and Diseases. The Prophilacticnm is in the shape of a cake of soap, and is used externally, whether as a preventive or curative; consequent ly. in the latter case must be combined with in ternal medicines to eradicate the poison already in the system. For that purpose. Dr. Czapkay will supply, free, every one with a prescription for his valuable compound Blood Purifier, so that every one who suffers from disease can get cured of it, without being imposed upon by quacks or self-styled Venereal Doctors. L. J. Czapkay would inform the public that his experience is extensive in all diseases to which the human body is subject, and his reputation as a medical advis er stands high, having been regularly educated as a physician and surgeon, and being a gradu ate of the Medical University at Pesth, Hungary, occupying in the late Hungarian Revolutionary' War the high position of Chief Physician to the 20th regiment of Honveds, Chiet Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pesth, and late Lecturer on Diseases of the Urinary Organs, and diseases of women and children. Therefore, don't hesitate a moment, all ye who suffer from disease, or wish to prevent the contagion of the horrid poison, but go at once, or address a line to Dr. Czap kay's office, and get of his far-famed Prophilac ticum. Price, $5. Full directions are attached to each package. All communications from the country address ed only to Dr. L. J. Czapkay. San Francisco, will be strictly and contidedtially attended to, and the remedies, with the greatest care and security, immediately dispatched by Express or other con veyance, to their destination. All orders must be addressed to L. J. CZAPKAY, M. I)., Medical Institute, Armory Hall, Corner Sacramento and Mongomery sts., [33-Am] San Fraaoieoo. Cal. San ifranrisra. H Ql \\ imimmimmi DR. L. J. CZAPKAY S 6nuir TEletol & Snrgiral Institute, ARMORY HALL BUILDING, Comer of Montgomery and Sacramento streets, San Francisco. ESTABLISHED FOR THE PERMANENT CERE OF ALL PRIVATE AND CHRONIC DISEASES. & THE SUPPRESSION OF QUACKERY. 4 TTENDING ami resident Physician, L. J. Czapkay, M. D.. late in the Hungarian rev olutionary War, Chief Physician to the 20th reg iment of Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, and late lecturer on Diseases of Women and Children. TO THE AFFLICTED.—Dr. L. J. Czapkay has opened his institute for the cure of all forms of private diseases, such as Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Nocturnal Emissions, and all the consequences of self-abuse. In the first stages of Syphilitic or Gonorrhoeal diseases, he guarantees a cure m a few days, without inconaenience to the patient, or hindrance to his business. When a patient, by neglect or improper treatment, has developed the secondary symptoms of syphilis, such as bu boes, or painful swellings of the groins, or ulcers in the throat and nose, which if not checked, de stroy the soft parts and cause the bones to mor tify, separate and come away, leaving the suffer er an object hideous to behold; or when splotches or pimples break out upon the skin, or when he has painful swellings upon the bones, or when his constitution is injured so as to predispose to consumption or other constitutional disease, the Doctor guarantees a cure or asks no compensa tion. In Rheumatism, chronic or acute; in Dysente ry or Diarrhiea, he has safe and effectual reme dies. For the treatment of the consequences of self-abuse, such as nocturnal emissions, nervous ness, timidity, headache, pains in the back and limbs, with general weakness, loss of appetite, loss of memory, injury to the sight, restlessness, confusion of ideas, dislike for society, and a feel ing of weariness of life; with the nervous system so excitable that slight noises -hock or startle the patient, making his existence miserable.— For the above maladies the Doctor will guaran tee a cure or ask no compensation. He can be consulted free of charge, and invites all to call, as it will cost them nothing, and may be much to their advantage. DR. L. J. CZAPKAY is daily receiving appli cations from every part of this State, and from Oregon and Washington Territories, for treatment of every form of disease, and there is not one who will come forward and express dis -atisfaction; on the contrary, the Doctor is daily in receipt of letters expressive of gratitude and thankfulness, some of which are published be low by permission; Sacramento, May 15,1855. Dear Sir: —Such is the thankfulness I feel for the preservation of my health of body and mind, and I believe of my life, that 1 hope f will not be considered obtrusive in tendering my thankful acknowledgments for restoring me to health, end making my life a boon worth pre serving, when it had become a burden too great for me to bear. Victim a- I was to vice that had undermined my constitution and developed a train of nervous symptoms, such as nervous de bility, headache,'distressing timidity, self-dis trust, dizziness, love of solitude, 10-s of memory and want of resolution, besides a loss of strength and energy, which made my waking moments wretched and my sleep unrefreshing, and was fast bringing me to the grave; but. thanks to your skill, I am restored to health, vigor and en ergy. Hoping to guide others where they may find relief, you have my permission to make this public. ’ Gratefully yours. LEONARD WAITE. To Dr. L. J. Czapkay, San Francisco. Stockton, Slay 24,1855. Dear Sir: Having entirely recovered from my sickness, I avail myself of 'this opportunity to return my thankful acknowledgments for the re lief you have given me. When I think of the dis tressing bodily weakness under which I have suf fered, and the nervousness, headache, tearfulness, want of confidence, dizziness, restlessness, weak ness in the limbs, loss of memory, confusion of ideas, dislike for society, nocturnal emissions, and many other symptoms which had made my life miserable, I <an hardly express the gratitude I feel, for my existence had become a burden to me, ami nothing afforded me the least gratifica tion; whilst now I feel perfectly well, and can enjoy life to my entire satisfaction. Knowing that there are many afflicted as I have been, you have my permission to make use of this letter as you think proper. Believe me, gratefully yonrs, M. MICHELS. To Dr. L. J. Czapkay, San Francisco. Portland, Oregon, May 15,1855. Dr. Czapkay—.Vie: Your medicine has been taken according to directions. I feel a little weak yet; in every other way I am almost entire ly recovered, and think in a short time I shall be as well as ever. Everybody who knows me is wondering what made such a change, for some friends thought I had consumption, and others said I was going crazy. Well, f dont know but they were both right, as I felt a good deal both ways, and thought if I didn't die soon I would like to. lam not troubled any more with emis sions, and the pain in rny head and back, and the weakness in my limbs have left me. and so has the dizziness, timidity, and the wish always to be alone. lam not afraid to go in company now, and am not so easily scared as I used to be. when any little thing would set me trem bling. F have been at work this week, which is the first I have done for six months, and the thought of it dont discourage me like it used to. Indeed, I feel like another man, and it is all ow ing to your medicine and advice. You may pub lish this if you want to. Yours, Ac., JOSEPH RATH. rpO THE LADIES OF CALIFORNIA— Dr. JL L. J. Czapkay, late in the Hungarian Revo lutionary War, Chief Physician to the 20th Reg iment of Honveds, Chief'Surgeon to the Miliary- Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, and late Lecturer on Diseases of Urinary Organs and Diseases of Women and Children, invites the attention of the sick and afflicted females, laboring under any of the various forms of diseases of the brain, lungs, heart, stomach, liver, womb, blood. Kid neys, and all diseases peculiar to their sex. The Doctor is effecting more cures than any other Physician in the State of California. Let no false delicacy prevent yon, but apply immedi ately, and save yourselves from painful suffer ings and premature death. All married ladies, whose delicate health, or other circumstances, do not allow to have an increase in their fami lies, should call at Dr. L. J. Czapkay's Medical Institute, Armory Hall, corner of Sacramento and Montgomery streets, and they will receive every- possible relief and help. The Doctor’s Offices are so arranged that he can lie consulted without the fear of molestation. If desired, Dr. C. will visit the ladies at their residences. All consultations (by letter or otherwise) free. Ad dress to DC. L. J. CZAPKAY, Medical Institute, Armory Halil. Cor. .Sacramento and Montgomery sts. San Fran cisco. *;w Jfrantim DR. J. D. BROWN'S MEDICAL ROOMS. Comer (236) Washington Street and Waverly Place. SAX FRANCISCO. TARED D. BROWN, M. D.. the only regularly educated and competent Physician now adver tising in California. The first Physician to es tablish a dispensary on the Pacific Coast for the cure of malacle secrets. The only one that can be relied upon to perform radical cures, and in whom yon can place implicit confidence. If you have disease, you that are wise, go to Dr. J. D. Brown, and escape the misery that will surely follow if you place yourselves in the hands of notorious quacks. TO THE PUBLIC. Notwithstanding a long and successful experi ence, it is important to impress upon the minds of the public, that the celebrated remedies of Dr. Brown are the most valuable discoveries with which the science of medicine has ever been en dowed, and it is to those who have suffered long from that terrible disease, aggravated by the murderous rotine of quacks, that we would ad dress, as well as those who have recently con tracted the affection and wish to obtain immedi ate and permanent relief. The remedies have stood the test for years, and the multitude of ag gravated cases that have been cured, speak elo quently for themselves.and will always stifle the vain effort of calumny or malevolence. When we use medicine there are two objects in view, the one to make use of such means as will per fectly and permanently cure the disease, and the other to avoid such remedial agents as are injuri ous to the constitution. The preparations of Dr. Brown have never been known to fail, and they are all composed of pure and unadulterated drugs, which may be taken at all times and unadultered drugs, which may be taken at all times and under any circum stances with perfect impunity, and instead of de liberating the patient, rendering him weak and languid, as most remedies used for those com plaints do, they give tone to the nervous system: increase the appetite, and in a word produce a healthy action of all the organs. The Svphalittc Virus produces different ef fects in different individuals, according to the pre disposition of the patient, and any of the follow ing -ymptoms may arise from the inoculation of the poison. No part of the human body is ex empt from the ravages of the disease. In some donstitutions its progress may be slow, but rare, and without prompt and judicious treatment, an ignoble death will surely follow. First, the pri mary ulcer, acute and chronic catarrhs of the urethra, the vagina, the eyes, the nose, the ear, the intestines, tumours of different natures, ab scesses, fistulas, and excressences of the genital parts, inflamed, thickened and ulcerated, and cancerous eyelids, teal's running from the eyes, and those organs more or less injured in their structure and functions; the transparent comer obscured and changed, thickening of the glassy humor: concretion and darkningof the cristaline, the lachrymal fistula, diminution or loss of sight, inflammation and ulceration of the inner ear. at jended with more or less acute pain; the cares of the osselets inclosed in the cavity of the tym panum; discharge of matter, of sanie. serous mu cus, or of blood from the auditory passage, at tended by an insupportable fetid =mell, continu al dramming in the ears, hardness or entire loss of hearing; inflammation of the mucus membrane which lines the mouth and nostrils, ulceration of the roof the mouth, the tongue, gums, uvula, ton sils, the back of the mouth, the larynx; fungous ness and cancer of the nostrils, caries of the bones of the palate, the cartilages of the largus, the bones of the nose, vomer, deformity of the face, change, alteration or loss of the voice, ero sion of the gums, caries, loosening and dropping out of the teeth, fetid smell of the breath, the skin covered with spots, the form, extent and col or of which vary indefiiteiy, humorous, dry or humid eruptions, with or without itching, chaps and fissures, vegetations or excressences of all kinds; the rising and loss of the epiderme, pim ples and pustules on different parts of the body, the face and edge of the hair; ulcers of the worst character; tumors more or less hard: pains al most insupportable in all parts of the Iwdy, and particularly in the limbs, similar to those of gout and rheumatism; painful or indolent swellings of the lymphatic glands; violent pains in the head; tremiding of the limbs; loss of sleep; cough: dif ficulty of breathing; palpitation of the heart: ul ceration of the lungs; hypocondriac melancholy; the abdominal vicera swollen or obstructed; drop sy; hemorrage; weakness; languor; slow fever; diarrhoea: cold sweats; loss of flesh; consumption. Such are the effects of the poison upon the an imal economy, when once introduced into the system, saving nothing of the tortures of the mind to which the syphalitic patient is subjected. Young men why do yon suffer when you can be relieved? Is it because you have been imposed upon by noted impires of our city? Have your cases been tampered with until hope is destroyed? Banish your fears, the means are at hand. Ask and you shall receive. Dr. Brown's success is unparalleled, and he is daily adding new laurels to his wreath. Call at his office, comer (236) of Washington street and Waverly Place. READ.' READ.'! “Science is not science 'till revealed.’’ Dr. Brown is a graduate of New York Univer sity. N. Y. Medical Institute, Honorary Graduate of Syracuse Medical College, Ac. During his en tire professional life he lias devoted his attention to the study and treatment of venereal diseases, and the gentlemanly and upright manner in which he conducts business, bespeaks him a man of sci ence. Unlike notorious quacks who profit by publishing falsehoods and the use of low arts to entrap the unwary. Dr Brown speaks plainly and truly. You can rely upon his statement im plicitly. and we recommend him to those who may be suffering from any of the following dis eases; Gonorrhoea, LencoVrhoea, Gleet, Primary, Secondary or Terteary Syphalis, Strictures, Sem inal Weakness, Eruption of the skin, Ulcers in Month or Throat, enlarged Lymphatic Glands, Morbid Growths. Tumours soft or hard, cares, nodes and rigid contraction of muscles. Gonor rhoeal Rheumatism. Ac. H. C. HILL, M. D. Dr. Brown’s office is situated on the corner of (236) Washington street and Waverly Place, six doors above Dupont street. Private entrance and separate rooms for patients, so that there can be no exposure. A WORD TO THE WISE. We would caution you against certain pol troons who have tried in vain to injure me since I resumed practice in this city, but their sickly efforts and low bred attempts are an index to their minds, and bespeaks the principles of the men whose names should be Envy and Avarice. “What made the men of envy what they are? 'Twas worth in others, vileness in themselves; A lust of praise, with undeserving deeds. And concons poverty of soul, and still It is tneir earnest work and daily toil, With lying tongue, to make the noble seem Mean as themselves.” But Non ego mordaci distrinxi carmine quenqueem. 7 HE MEDICINES. The Anti-Morets Galichs, a sure remedy for Gonorrhoea, Leucorrhoea, Ac. This valuable preparation was discovered by Dr. Brown over three years ago, and since that time it has been extensively used, and has never been known to rail. The Physicians of San Francisco prescribe it, and many draggistt have copied the recipe or counterfeited the original. The Anti-Morbus Gahcus is put up in a convenient form, easy and agreeable to take, and none of those unpleasant ernctions follow its administration which are us ually attendant upon remedies given for these complaints. Persons who need the remedy can have it sent to them by Expres to any part of the state, with full directions. Price. £5. Many certificates have been handed us by thankful patient*, with the privilege to use their names, but delicacy of the subject prevents us giving any of them'in full. THE CHLORIDE OF GOLD For Primary Syphilis. How long have the medical profession tried in vain to discover some the-repntical agent that could be relied upon to cure a disease more to be dreaded than all others combined. Some Quack Doctors advertise to cure venereal diseases without the use of mercury.— But their statements are false. We have ta'ken pains to collect the receipts of some who make a great noise, and we find that they use the lo dine of Mercury for everything, whether it is proper or not, and since we find them misrepre senting in this particular, we have reason to sus pect them and “Id omne genua' : in all their pre tensions. Gentlemen, there never was a remedy capable of curing the disease without mercury .'until the discovery of the Chloride of Gold, and we submit it to the test, having thoroughly tried it, and know it to possess all the qualities attributed to it. Dr. Christian says:-—The Chioride of Gold is capable of curing Syphalis under all its forms, and that in its general operations on the system, it possesses many advantages over mercury. It is efficacious, yet gentle. It may be administered with perfect safety at all seasons of the year, and under any complication of the disease. Persons of either sex may be put upon it with equal safe ty, the only caution enjoined is strict temperance. In other respects the patient is not required to change his mode of living. Dr. Samuel L. Mitchell, the distinguished sur geon of New York, speaks in the following words: The Chloride of Gold possesses admirable vir tues against Syphalis. The patient gets well un der the operation of the medicine, with incom parably less inconvenience, without the hazard of a sore month or salivation, and with very lit tle wear and tear of the constitution. I consider the introduction of this preparation in common use, as one of the greatest improvements in mod ern medicine, and I wish it was already as uni versal as the malady it cures. Other distinguished members of the medical profession have given testimony of the great val ue of the remedy, the statements of whom we have in our possession. Gentlemen we shall be glad to see you at any time—we are always prepared to attend to your wants. The above remedy will be sent to any persons address who sends the price of the medicine.— Price, 110. Full directions will accompany eve ry package. J. D. BROWN. M. D. Comer (236) Washington street and Waverly Place. San Francisco. [36-3m. Jones’ American Cholagogue, For the thorough and permanent cure of Fever and Ague, Chill Fever. Dumb Ague, Intermit tent and Remittent Fever, Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Enlargement of the Spleen, and all the various forms of Billi us Disease. THIS invaluable medicine was prepared from an extensive practice of several years in a billions climate, and is never known to fail of curing Fever and Ague, or any of the diseases above named. The unanimous testimony of all who have used the American Cholagogue, or witnessed its oper ations, establishes satisfactorily to every one who can appreciate evidence, the following facts— 1. The American Cholagogue possesses supe rior Cholagogue. Febrifuge and Tonic properties to any combination of medicine ever before in vented. 2. It has cured cases of Intermittent and other Fevers, where the most popular medicines of the day have failed. 3. It has cured where Quinine and all other us ual remedies seemed to produce little or no effect 4. It is mild in its operations, pleasant to take, contains neither Arsenic or other deleterious drugs, and may be taken by persons of ail ages with perfect safety. 5. Its powers in changing and promoting the billions and other secretions, thus cleansing the system and restoring the natural and healthy- or gans of the body is unequalled, hence its efficacy as a preventive, as well as a curative agent. 6. It is the most economical by one-half of all the usual remedies for Fever and other billions diseases. Hold by all the principal Druggists in the state. Purchasers .-.hould be careful to ask for, and take none but Jones' American Cholagogue. PARK & WHITE, sole Agents, to whom all orders should be addressed. Also, Importers, Whole sale and Retail Dealers in all, popular Patent Medicines, warranted genuine. Washington st., between Sansome and Battery, opposite the new Custom House, San Francisco. DR. J. TURNER, Agent, Georgetown. 45-3 m 11HE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE . AGE.—Great Blessing to Mankind!—lnno cent but potent!—Dk. L- J. Czapkay's Prophi lacticum, (self-disinfecting agent.) a sure proven tive against gonorrhoea and syphilitic diseases, and an unsurpassed remedy for all venereal, scro fulous, gangrenous and cancerous ulcers, fcetid discharges from vagina, uterus and urethra, and all cutaneous eruptions and diseases. As inocu lation is a preventive against small pox, so is Dr. L. J. Czapkay’s Prophilacticum a preven tive against syphiiltical and gonorrheal diseases, harmless in itself, it possesses the power of chem ically- destroying the syphilitic virus, and there by saving thousands from being infected by the most loathsome of all diseases. Let no young man who appreciates health be without Dr. Czadkay's Prophilacticum. It is in very conve nient packages, and will be found convenient to use, being used as a soap. Price. $.5. For sale at Dr. L. J. Czapkay's Private Medical and Sur gical Institute, Armory Hall, corner of Mont gomery and Sacramento streets, .Van Francisco, Cal. All orders must be addressed to L. J. CZAPKAY, M. I)., .Van Francisco, Cal. &W Spermatorrhea, or Local Weakness, Ner vous Debility, Low Spirits, Lassitude, Weakness of the Limb's and Back. Indisposition and Inca pability for Labor and Study, Dullness of Appre hension, Loss of Memory, Aversion to Society, Love of Solitnde, Timidity, Self-Distrust, Dizzi ness. Head Ache, Involuntary Discharges, Pains in the Side, Affections of the Eyes, Pimples on the Face, Sexual and other infirmities 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 success. All con sultations, bv letter or otherwise, free. Address Dr. L. J, CZAPKAY. M. D„ Corner Sacramento and Montgomery sts, [33-3m] San Francisco, California. THE EYES. AH Diseases of the Eye Cured with unfail ing certainty. DR. W. A. SXYDER, Oculist. DR. W. A. SNYDER'S mode of treatng disea ses of the Eye differs materially from the course commonly pursued by Physicians. Be lieving that most diseases of the Eye have their origin in obstructed circulation or an impure state of the system, his remedies will be pre scribed with reference to the disease with which the patient may be afflicted; and by equalizing the circulation, removing obstruction and restor ing the general health of the patient, the Eyes may be permanently cured without the use of costic or any of the irritating applications in general use. Dr. S. would say to those who have exhausted the skill of all others without relief, not to despair of a cure without giving him a trial, for in all cases where vision is not entirely lost, or the Eye not completely disorganized there is still hope. Office, corner Sansome and Bush streets, San Francisco—entrance on Bush, opposite Rassette House, San Francisco. Jan. 3, 1855. 1.-3 m Stamps, Type and Ink, FOR marking Clothes; Metcalf make, (put up 25 sett in a package.) For sale Wholesale & Retail by the CARRIER. ■lm] T 7 Long Wharf, San Francisco. San Jxantisttr. Highly Important. Dr. J. C. lOUNG Is the Pioneer Vil_ vertising Physician in California, for proof * the papers throughout the state for the past th * years, and he is the only advertising physicianT his line that ever has received a Collegiate Jfe ! ical Education, and consequently the on! 7 whom it is safe to trust in the treatment of ease. TO THE AFFLIC TED. ~~ Read the following Letters of Recommfv tiox, and then judge who are the host ones « whom to trust the treatment of your comr,l f, , Judge between Dr. J. C. Young and there m”’ able quacks who are filling the papers with th I' vain boastings; men without character or who feel very sore because Dr. Young by txu* ing them, has prevented them from robbing -if' community. Their time is short; like the m -v room, they spring up in a night, they proy n ' the unwary for a short space and then disani»a B and start off on some other track, to rob the n* 1 lie. for they are naturally dishonest, and will trust them in a respectable busine-- J- C. YOUNG, k D. PLA CER VILLE, May~2s7mT DR. j. C. YOUNG Dear Sir:— Words can not express the gratitude I feel is due t' you for the benefit I have received from vour t ly invaluable course of treatment of my while prescribing for me. I think I cannot int? fy myself without giving this small token of thankfulness and esteem, for you have been th' means of saving my life, and restoring to me that health which I had so long despaired 0 f again enjoying. I had for a long time (four years.) been troubled with that most dreadful scourge to young people, seminal weakness 0 . nocturnal emissions, which so weakened me in both body and mind. that I was obliged to up mining altogether. I consulted one of the best physicans (so called,) in the mountain dis tricts, and after a careful examination of mv he gave me medicines. I continued under ha treatment for three months without receiving auy benefit, in fact I grew worse from week to week until at last I got discouraged and asked him for his opinion. I told him not to fear to tell me the whole truth, for I should rather know the worn at once, than to live in suspense. I had lost a bout thirty pounds of flesh, and knew that he at least could not cure me. and as I was then "oin* on, death must soon effimt me as one of its vic tims. This physician then told me that mv ca-e was incurable; that I had better not take any more medicines. He said I was in a decline «hic h was fast tending to pulmonary consumption. I then despaired of obtaining any relief, and saw that unless something was done to mitigate the complaint that I should be numoered with the dead, or what is worse, be a raving manias Happening to see one of your books, the Pocket aEsculapius, I made up my mind at once to call and consult you with the determination of trying once more to get relief if you would undertake the case. Oh, how thankful lam for that deter mination ! I commenced taking the medicine prescribed by you, and I am now, through their healing powers, restored to perfect health. I shall not fail to recommend you to anv of friends that require assistance, for a man that can cure a case as bad as mine was, can care ev ery disease that flesh is heir to. if their is life enough left in the system to build upon. Receive my most’sincere and heartfelt thaaka and esteem. S. W. REIGILLEA. MARYSVILLE. June 10,1855. DR. J. C. YOUNG— DEAR S7fl;—Plea send me some of the medicines you prese tted in my case. I have a friend here who troubled in exactly the same way that I was. He has nightly emissions, ringing noise in 1 head, weak track, loss of memory, and is genet ly debilitated; he is discouraged and has not c tidence enough to enable him to call and see y I told him how I was, and that my friends 1 said 1 was in consumption, and the doctors here gave me up and advised me to go home die. tint instead of going home I called upon y and here I am as well as any of them and as Til ly to live a long time yet, with strength enou, to work with the strongest of them. Docto; will send every or e to you that looks to me though he needed a physician. It shall not my fault if any one dies for want of medic treatment. 1 will do all I can to keep the affli ed away trom those pests of society, yclept pi fessors and high sounding titled men. who. if t tacts were known, are med who left their count for their country’s good. Publish this letter dc tor, if you wish, and 1 hope some of those th humbugged me may see it and sleep bud for 0 night. Truly vours, GEO. DAVIDSON GRASS VALLEY, June 'id. 185; DEAR SlR — The last medicine you fent has done the business. lam now perf ly well, and wish to give my testimony to public in favor of your skill. I was trout with a complication of diseases brought on that soul-destroying habit of self-pollution, complaints caught by connection with bad ] sons of the ypposite sex. I had been treated some of the best physicians as well as tl quacks who infest the state,and by them al! en up as incurable; but being advised byafri who had been benefitted by your scientific tr ment to call upon you. I did so, and feel gr ful to him for the information, but stil! n thankful to you for the cure and good advice gave me as well as the efficacious medicines prescribed. If any of the afflicted should this, let them be sure that it is a voluntary 0! tng in gratitude for the blessings of health rec ed from you, and also given with a fervent » that it may be of service to those suffering 1 did: and now may God bless you in youref to lessen the sufferings of the human family, may all good citizens assist you to drive from community these leeches that prey upon the \ lie by false pretensions of eminence in the m cal world. Yours eternally, JOHN BURGES? To Dr. J. C. Young. COLOMA, June l»f, 1855. DR. J. C. YOUNG—Dear Sir.— It is with, feelings more easily felt than described, that I pen this letter, informing you of my entire recovery from that dreadful scourge, semina. weakness. By application to your book yon wil* find my name and case. Only two short months since when 1 applied to you I could scacrely walk, so weak was my whole system. Debilita ted and melancholy I wished for deatln I ha tried several pretenden physicians but daily irrew worse, By chance I came across one of your val uable medical works which, upon reading,in?™-' ed new hopes into my dejected mind, and I re solved to try once more, and thank God tor that resolve; I am now a well man, rejoicing in per fect health, and daily growing stronger. Peaj doctor, I shall not fall to tell all my friends 0* your skill, and if you wish you may publish this letter. I shall stop at Coloma a short time and then away to my claim. Enclosed please twenty-five dollars as a remembrance. I » uI send you a good specimen soon. Yours as long as life lasts, CHAS. F. WATSON- P- S. — Dear Dr., if you publish the above, please add this as a postscript: — Take my advice, a* l young men, if you require medical assistance, ns matter what your case may be, go to Dr. J- 1 * V ouno , and yon can rely upon a perfect and not do as 1 did, run to every doctor withoo* knowing whether he was good or bad. Dr. A oi- n fe cured me, and I wish every one afflicted the benefli of his scientific skill. C- F* " • DR. YOUNG’S office is at the corner of * ont gomery and California sts., over Wells. largo Co's Express Departments Saa Francisco.