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A Word to America.
The Low I on Timet publishes the following lines |
from the pen of Murttn F. Tiitkiu
“ How now—kindly kindred Nation
Is it well to kindle thus
Quite a prairie conflagration
Terrible to both of us it
We are kinsmen, sous, and brothers,
Let u«ln> to kinship true ;
England's heart is just—your Mother’s
And she cannot light with you !
Not—the doom of both is w ritten
In a flood of blood and woes,
If America and Briliau
Leer call each other foes ;
By the name that names us brothers,
Be there grace between us two, —
By die love that lives in mothers.
Never will w e light with you
Life Sketches in the Country.
The sound of the village church bell, with
its familiar though not unmelodious tones,
is fulling on my car, as if it would call me
from the quiet of my room, turning my
thoughts from earth, with its loved yet often
painful memories, to things of heavenly
birth. It is not our old bell, though, whose
summoning voice I have obeyed from child
hood. Taut is seldom heard now ; we have
had no settled minister for, J think, two
It seems strange not to have our accus
tomed Sabbath worship. True, they meet
now, a few scattered sheep of a once numer
ous Hock, but it is as though they had no
shepard to direct their feet. I seldom go to
meeting now, as the one who generally
speaks, and I, are not the most loving
brother and sister in the wide, wide world.
I believe I feel more lonely in society,
than in my own room, for here I luxuriate
with thought, memories, past joys, and
hopes. 1 Imihl, from the rubbish strewn
around, a world of my own fancy, i dream,
a i l sometimes long that the awakening to
the real Would never come.
Attended the fum rul of a sweet, cherub
babe this morning—-the only life gem a fond,
delicately beautiful girl-mother lias ever
folded to her breast. The discourse, half
-audible, i should judge a Mushy thing—a
pantomimic performance-—without soul,
sympathy, spirit, or touching devotion.
The text —“ And he said unto her, is it
well with thee, is it well with thy husband,
i> d well with thy child ? And she answered,
it is well.” The closing scene was truly
affecting, when the young bereft mother and
father gathered around the form of their
once bright, beautiful, and laughing babe,
now a cold, inanimate lump of clay, though
lovely to outward seeming still. What sor
row can equal thi<—is there any? Hut
now the words of Hath Hall come to my
ear ; she asked the same question when her
bright, fair blooming “Daisy” drooped,
withered and faded away, just us this fair
bud wilted. She then thought nought could
equal this grief. Hut when her fond, trust
ing, noble husband was snatched from her
embrace, I doubt not she learned there was
a sorrow more fearful, a bereavement more
devastluiag. Oh.it must be painful to have
one torn from our embrace, whom we have
nourished with our life blood, yet more pal
sying 'til! inethitiks it is to be torn from a
heart on w hich we have rested for sympathy
ami support, until the libres of our own
were entwined within its meshes. This, this \
oh, Cod ! what is this? I cannot define
its ravages.
J>ut to these reft hearts the brightest joy
seemed dimmed. They saw the loved form
of their darling child rudely torn from their
unbrace, and in agony of soul they wept apd
lamented. They >aw not the justice of the
chastening hand, while they cried, “My babe,
my darling, my precious one, I cannot, can
not give you up. Oh, must you leave us,
our bright and beautiful one ?
Ini' lather> tears Mowed fast : his high,
expansive forehead, knit in agony, while his
tall, slender form swayed and bowed as if
crashed beneath a mighty burthen. The
mother's smooth, soft, glowing cheek, so
youthful and so exquisitely fair, bent to the
embrace ol the iey marbled one of her little
babe—then started back from the cold, cold
chill that thrilled her frame, instead of the
genial warmth she so oft had pressed. Hut
few dry eyes were there ; touched by the
magic wand of theirplaulive grief, the sealed
founts opened.
Ah ! mourning hearts ; thy treasure was
but lent, not given ; and its pule, spotless
spirit, freed from the earth clog, freed from
tiie polluting influence of this lowly sphere,
hath early w inged its Might to that beautiful
land, where no sin, nor suffering, nor aught
of pnm is known. There no temptation will
while it from the pure and true ; but, nest
led close to the breast, and folded in the all
sustaining, all-forgiving arms of Jesus, it will
quietly, sweetly sleep, mirufficcl by storm or
tempest, or aught that can molest. It
awaits thy coming, and its earroling notes
will break upon thine ear, when thou leavest
tins transient scene of flickering joys with so
much of suffering, for that fairer, brighter
world, from which no traveler hath ever re
turned with tidings.
Ves, thou wilt long mourn ; long will the
vacant place in thy heart remain void.—
1 nou wilt startle from thy deep sleep at the
still hour of midnight, as thou fondly think
thou heurcst thy babe's low, plaintive wail,
then weep to find it gone ; then though wilt
fold thy aching arms close to thy throbing
heart, and mourn alone in silence for thy loss.
Or else perchance, folded to each others’
hearts, thou wilt while away the sad, lone
hours, in communing of thy little one, in
talking ol its innocent, winning ways—uts
loveliness and quiet graces—while the hot
tears bathe thy cheeks in their sadness.—
Hut other buds may unfold ; their fair Mow
ers may bloom around the parent stem, giv
ing hope and gladness, though now thou
tluakelli not.
Young, beautiful, girlish mother, with thy
woman’s heurt thus early reft, thou art
taught a warning lesson, which hjteuks to
thee in audible tones, withering thy enrlv
joy us the dread lightning Hash blights the
tall and stately oak nought else can bend,
telling thee this is not thy abiding place ;
lay not thy trust in things that wither, fade
and die.
And now it will draw tliec closer to each
other ; thou wilt lie doubly dear and thrice
precious to the other’s heart ; the silken tie
thus severed will be united in thy own. May
it bring thee closer in communion with thy
God, resting on his promises, trusting in his
words, And may it be to thee u golden
JinL, Joining tlieo to the throne of the Most
High |!ut J mu-1 not weary you with tlijj
day dreaming of Cakjiie.
Visit to the Committee Rooms.
On Tursday and Friday last the rooms of
the Committee of Vigilance were thrown
open to the public, during which time they
were visited by not less than 20.000 ladies
and gentlemen. It is almost impossible to
give anything like a correct description of
the interesting manner in which the main
apartments were decorated with banners,
muster-rolls enclosed in gilt frames, and
burnished weapons. 'Flic walls of the two
large rooms of the principal building, occu
pying nearly the entire lirst and second floors,
were completely covered with compact rows
of polished muskets, rifles and sabers, over
which hung at intervals of five or six feet
magnificent muster-rolls of the various com
panies, enclosed in rich frames ami tastefully
festooned with garlands of flowers and other
decorations. Portraits of distinguished
men, appropriate mottoes and the richly
ornamented banners, presented to the differ
ent companies, also met the eye tit almost
every glance, while the whole was softened
with a canopy of the ‘‘stars and stripes,"
alike grateful to the eye and heart. Arouud
the sides of the rooms, or tables, were ex
posed the swords presented to the officers,
and among them the immense tin “arrange
ment” so touchingly tendered to Captain
Hossofross, of company seventh.
I'pon entering the room on the second
floor, we pass, at the left, into the cells oc
cupied by the prisoners. They are small
apartments, divided from each other by
wooden w alls, and possess no great interest
except in association with those who have
bceu confined in them. Turning to the
right, however, and crossing the room, we
enter a different building, connected by a
platform six feet In length with the lirst,
and find ourselves in the Executive Commit
tee rooms, connected with which are the
Investigating room, Police room, Ac., &<•.
The Executive room is a plain apartment,
very plainly furnished with arm chairs and
long wooden tables. Above the chair occu
pied by the President is a small statue of
Justice, in a glass ease, and along one side
of the room extends a rack, containing 25 or
30 double barreled shot-guns and rifle-.
Adjoining to flic north of this room is the
Armory, where a number of men were con
stantly employed in repairing arms. A sub
stantial (light of stairs leads to the top of
the building, and another from the Executive
room into the street from between the build
We have not the space to describe the
many objects of interest -including the
patent ballot-box, which is there on exhibi
tion—every where presented. We were
surprised at the magnificent display as
were all w ho paid the rooms a visit.— tii.lrfen
Matrimony with the French is vvliat a
short pattern of cloth is to a tailor, ora
short allowance of grog is to a sailor they
are just naturally hound to make the most
of it, a fact which is beautifully illustrated
by the Paris correspondent of the Hostou
Weekly Alins, who, in a recent letter, says:
Five years ago a voting law student met
a younpr lady, in society here, and, hv dint
of waltzing and dancing together, they were
stupjd enough to full in love.. They were
guilty of a very tupid thing ; for marriage
here is a matter of business and not of senti
ment, and they were neither of them rich.
They made the usual eternal vows to each
other—dreamed of love in a cottage—and I
believe exchanged rings—al this point the
young lady’s papa ami mamma vetoed this al
liance and marched oil their daughter to the
Luiric mid (')iureh Willi a ripe liuuncicj’ of
fifty, worth a •plum.' The young man was
broken hearted for three weeks and read
liyron and Kugette Sue--but sifter he had
recovered from the terrible blow, he set hard
to work (labor is a punaca for all heart
aches,) and in the course of time be ole
taitied a lucrative position, which is but the
stepping-stone of others of still more import
ance. Ilia word, ho may now be consid
ered as a man whose fortune is made. A
few days ago lie inet the 1 lady of his love,’
anti she trembled with emotion, lie went
to her smiling and gay, and begged the next
dance of lie'-. iSlie expressed her delight
(words are given us toconceul our thoughts)
at seeing how completely he had banished
from his mind their youthful folly. “ Vos,
I’m quite cured ; live years regimen of the
world is ti course that cures all follies which
spring from the heart. Now-u-dnys money
is all youth should think of. I'll enjoy it
when I reach fifty. All I ask of you is to
promise me your daughter’s hand ; when I
am fifty 1 shall be worth a fortune, and you
know, from your own experience, that noth
ing better assures happiness in matrimony
than mature age mid ample fortune.” Did
you ever hear anything more Fetich (
• •-
Mchoke ix Mauysviu.k.—On Sunday
evening, Aug. 17th, two Mexicans had a
light in a place called Virgin alley, in Ma
rysville. One of them named Louis Flores,
says the /■l.iprem, shot the other through
the heart with a horse pistol, killing him
instantly. They were quarreling about a
horse. Flores was intoxicated. lie at
tempted to escape, but was caught by the
police, and is now in the station house.—
The mime of the man that was killed was
Clenientez.— / nion.
News from the Pi.ains.—Intelligence
from the Plains has heen received at Louis
stating that u sanguinary battle bad occur
red at the crossing of the Arkansas river on
the Santa Fe road, between the confederate
Sues and Foxes and the Camanclie Indians,
resulting in the complete route of the latter
with the loss of twenty-one killed. The
Sacs and Foxes Imd two killed. It is noted
as a curious confidence that ut the same
place two years ago a hostile meeting oc
curred between the same parties, with pre
cisely the same results.
At the Crystal Palace, in London, when
the fountains tire in full operation, they Imvc
11,7tiH jets playing, and the quantity of
water displayed simultaneously in them is
about 120.000 gallons per minute.
The deposites of the New York City
Hanks, according to the statement just pub
lished, amount to over $100,000,000. An
easy money market may lie anticipated for
some time.
Be Kind.
“ A little word in kindnew spoken,
A motion or a tear :
How oft hath soothed a heart near broken,
And made a friend sincere.”
A pleasant face, a kindly greeting,
itotli oft axunge the grief,
And tiring to hearts in sadness beating,
Immediate relief.
How blest are those endowed by Heaven
With gentle heart and voice ;
They cheer the sinking soul, and cause
The weeping to rejoice.
To love the lovely is not all
Our duty here below ;
We should on every living thing
Our charity bestow.
Then at the close of our career
On earth, how sweet to know,
Tliut we some gentle soul did cheer,
8umr heart relieved from true
Peeps from under a Parasol.
I was sauntering along one sunny day
lust week, when I saw before me a young
girl, hooped, flounced, fringed, laced, bugled
and ribboned, regardless of cost. Her man
tilla, whether of the “ Eugenie” or 1 Victoria’
pattern I am too Ignorant to inform you,
was of black, and had more trimming than 1
could have believed the most ingenious of
dressmakers could pile on one mantilla,
though backed by every dry goods merchant
in New York. Venus! what a figure it
was hung on ! Short, flat-chested, narrow
shouldered, angular and stick like ! Her
bonnet was a marvel of Lilliputinnism,
lightness and lilacs. Raphael ! what a
face was under it! ' Watery, yellow, black
eyes, a sallow, unwholesome skin, and—
Bardolph ! what a nose I Imagine a spot
ted “ Seckle pear”—imagine a gnarled bulb
root—imagine a vanquished prize-lighter’s
proboscis, and you him; it ! That such a
female, with such repulsive features, living
ina Christian country, where there were
looking-glasses, should strain back from
the roots what little hair she had us if her
face were beautiful in its outline—it was
Who, or what, was she ? One of those
poor, bedizened unfortunates who hang out
signal “ Barkis" llug.i '( The poor thing had
no capital, even for that miserable' market ;
nobody would have bid for her, but a pawn
While I speculated and wondered, she
slowly lifted her kidded forefinger I was
all eyes and ears ! A footman in livery
sprang forward, and obsequiously let down
the steps of a siiberb carriage, in waiting,
on whose panels was < mblnzoncd a eoat-of
arms. The bundle of millinery the stick
like figure inside the hoop 1 —the gay little
i bonnet, and the Bardolphian nose, took
j po-session of it. The liveried footman
mounted behind, the liveried coachman
1 cracked bis whip on the box, the sleek,
shiny horses arched their necks, the silver*
mounted harness- glistened in the sunlight,
and the vision was gone. I ’ a-n-n-y F-e-r-n!
is there no limit to your, ignorance '! You
had been commiserating—-actually commise
rating one of the elite of New York !
A ll-eonijieiisating Nature ! tossing money
bags to twisted features, and divorcing
beauty from brains ; unfortunate they,
whom in thy hurry thou hast overlooked,
bestowing neither beauty, brains nor money!
That wa< not all 1 saw from under my
parasol, on that sunny morning. I saw a
young girl, boundless shawlless -beautiful
as (foil often makes the poor struggling
in the grasp of two -tardy policemen. -
Tears streamed from her eyes, while w ith
clasped hands, as die shrank from their
rough gripe, she plead for release. What
was her sin I know not. It might have
been the first downward step in a life of uu
fiiended ami terrible temptation ; for the
agony in that young face could not have
been feigned, or- -she might have been
seized only on suspicion ; but in vain she
begged, ami prayed, ami wept. Boys shout
ed ; men, whose souls were leprous with sin,
jeered ; and heartless, scornful women 'pass
ed by on the other side.’
The poor young creature, (none the less
to be pitied, had she sinned, Jgoaded to mad
ness by the gathering crowd, seized her
long trailing tresses, and tossing them up
like a veil over her sliame-lliished and beau
tiful lace resigned, herself to her fate.
Many will think any expression of sym
pathy for this poor unfortunate uncalled for.
There are enough to d< lend that side of the
question, mid to them I willingly leave it.—
There are others, who, with myself, could
wish that young girl thus (it may be inno
eenlIt/) accused, should not, before trial, be
dragged roughly through the public streets,
like shameless, hardened oll’emlers. There
a r e those, who, like myself, as they look
upon the faces of their own fair young
daughters, and think of the long life of hap
piness or misery before them, will wish that
tin 1 word ol law might be tempered with
more mercy.
'The two scenes above recorded, ore not
nil that I saw from under my parasol on
that sunny morning. I passed the greut
bow windows of tin* St. Nicholas—Hvose
favorite lounging places for male guests,
and other gentlemen, well pleased tocriticise
lady pedestrians, who, thanks to the invent
or of parasols, can dodge their battery of
1 glances at will.
Not so, the gentlemen ; they who w eary
with travel and sight-seeing, unthinkingly
fall asleep in those luxurious arm-chairs, in
full view of the public, with their heels on
the window "ill, their heads hanging on one
side, and their w ide-open mouths so suggest
ive of the — snore —that I fancy I hear,
lleuveu forgive the comical looking sleepers
the cachiiinatory sideuchcs they have often
given me I
Was there ever anything uglier than a
man asleep ? Single women, who have
traveled in railroad cars need not lie too
modest to answer I Fanny Fern.
TIoi.i.o way’s Ointment and Bills have a
cosmopolitan reputation. In every land,
Christian or savage, to which commerce
has carried them, they have become stand
ami remedies for the most painful and dan
gerous complaints to which Immunity is lia
ble. The ointment is an acknowledged
specific for all eruptive, tumorous, and ulcer
ous disorders, and there is no disease of the
stomach, the liver or the bowels, that may
not be subdued by a persistent use of the
Rills. 1
T I*. F., is Sole Awn! for tlie fol-
I -i. lowing Newspajiers. published in Califor
ilia. Oregon, and the isuutlwieh islands:
Sacramento Union; San Joaquin Republican.
Stockton; .Marysville Herald: Nevada Journal;
Columbia Gazette; Grass Valley Telegraph:
Shasta Courier; Umpire Argus. Coloina; Moun
tain Democrat. Plaoerville; Amador Sentinel.
Jackson; Vrekn Union; Weaverville Democrat;
Petaluma Journal: Sun Jose Telegraph: Califor
nia I-armor, Sacramento City: Southern Culifor
nian. I.os Angeles; Sail Diego Herald: Orego
nian. Portland. (). T.: Oregon Statesman. W. T ;
Pioneer and O. nioerut. Olympia. Puget Sound:
Polvm sian, Honolulu.
TIONS solicited for the above named Papers.
File-of the principal Paper-of California and
Oregon may be found at this office.
Advertising in tlie Atlantic
I.. P. F. has now completed his arrangements
for the forwarding of advertisements to all the
principal larg< -l c irculating Journals and News
paper- published in the Atlantic States.
A Hue opportunity is here offered to those who
w ish to advert! •• in any section of the Union, of
doing so at the lowest rules, mid in a prompt and
satisfactory manner.
All >o di po cd. are invited to call on him and
leave their orders.
Stale of California, I s 9
Cowry of Trinity
In Ihc /liulrirl Cuvrt nj Ihc 1 nth Jli'lirinl District. —
.Susan Young. pUtff. vs. Anderson Young, deft.
FORNIA, To Anderson Young: You are
hereby summoned to answer the complaint of Su
san 7 onng. li led ana inst yon. as follows : If serv
ed on you in tlii - County, within ten days : if serv
ed out of said Countt and in this Judicial Dis
trict within twenty days; in all othereuses within
forty days, in each ease exclusive of the day of
such service, in an action commenced again-t you
in the aforesaid Court, on the 27th day of June,
A. D. I fob. wherein the said plaintiff pray-judg
ment c ; littst you. the said (I teiaium. torn De
cree of Divorce from the bonds ol' matrimony,
a- in \l plaintiff's complaint more fully appears.
If you fail to au -wer -aid Complaint us herein di
r cteil. the plaintiff will take judgment against
you by defaii): and will apply to this lion. Court
for the relief in aid Complaint demanded.
Given under my hand and the Seal
a. "f thi Di-lrict Court ol the l.*lh Ju
ffs.3c : .'lie in I District, till. 27 III day in June,
■"WMi 1 " il"'y ar of our Lord one thousand
Ipindn d and fifty-six.
11. J. SHAMAN. Clerk.
J!y II. G. Sti’art. Dep. Clerk.
County of Trinity. ) cial Dist.Court
in and for said County ami State. May Term. A.
I). 18.', 6.
Sii-un Young, 'j
va. Action for Divorce.
Anderson Young.)
it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that service cannot be made on the Defendant In
the above entitled cause, because he cannot be
found in this State. It is therefore ordered that
service thereof be made bv publication of the
Summons against tid Defendant, once a week for
twelve weeks, ill the* Ti’inity Journal." publish
ed in the Could;, of Trinity. And the Clerk ol
this <,'ourt is hereby directed to issue a Summons
mid certificate as re,[nireil in this Order.
(Signed.) J. S. PIT/UR. Dist. Judge.
County of Trinity, ' ( 1, H. J. Soa
inati. Clerk of the Court aforesaid, hereby certify
the above a true copy of the Older of said Court
now on file in my office,
— Iu witness w lu n of, I have hereunto set
j / my hand anil seal ol said Court, this 27lli
( ' ' j day of June. A. D. is,7(1.
’ II. J. SEAMAN, Clerk.
T?y R. G. Stcaiit. Deputy. 2-1-3m.
for IS.J(»-Y>7.
I of Ileal Estate mid Personal Property within
the County of Trinity, is hereby directed to the
provision* of the Public Revenue Act of the Slate
oft 'alifornia. requiring them to furnish -tub incuts
of the Paine to tic County Assessor: speeiflying
Ihc exact boundaries of the Real Estate; with the
buildings and iinprot eitmnts theix on : together
with the value of all Personal Property, including
goods and chatties ol every description ; all Cash,
Monied Sloe!;. Notes, lbmds. Mortgages, ,Ve., Ac.,
whether owned, or held in trust for others.
U any person shall bn guilty of giving a
false list ol property, under the oath required by
law , such person shall be liable to iuditcmcnt for
perjury, and the property shall lie liable to three
times the usual tax.
v >'• - The a • essmeut of all property of persons
refusing to gi\e a list, will jie doubled by the
Hoard of Equalization. Illmik slulements may be
iiad on application at this office.
Particular attention is directed to the following
section of the Revenue Act : " Each mule inhabi
tant of ibis State, over twenty-onn years of age
and under fifty years of age shall pay to the
County Assessor, a Poll Tax of Three Dollars for
Hie use of the Slate utid County : and to enforce
tlie collection of the same, the County Assessor
may seize so uiileli of any mid every species of
properly, in possession of the person refusing to
pay. as will be sufficient to pay saeli Poll Tax'
w itli the costs of seizure and sale, and he may sell
tli" sauie, upon giving a verbal notice One Hour
previous to such .sale.’’ I*. \V. POTTER,
County Assessor.
Office on Court Street, Wcuvcrvilie.
May It). 185(1. lfi-tf.
liiimtmRIt KliHVlilg Hnlooit,
Main Street, Weaverville.
r pil K I NDERS10NED announces that his Es-
I tublishniciit. so long known to the public, lias
recently undergone thorough repairs and altera
tions, and been lilted up in a style of elegance un
surpsiRHOil by any similar lioust in Northern t'.ili
fornia. It has been his aim to make it an agree
aide and delightful re-ort for gentleineu desirous
of undergoing tonsorial operations, or to employ
w ater as a detergent agent.
Hi- arrangements for Lathing are hard to beat.
The proprietor scarcely deemsll necessary to say
much ill reference In it-superiority, to those who
have already honored him with their patronage,
except to assure them that it is very much im
prou d in every respect.
No (mins will be Hpa.n d to make his Saloon a
pleasant place of resort.
Weaverville, Nov. 17, 18.1ft. nl4-tf
"Mo 10a
— eso « u> ys
Office, id Eve. Ear, and Orlhopuslic Inlinnary.
All Surgical < >pei ations fret to patients present
ing themselves at tlm t'/iiiios. on Wediusrdiiys and
Saturdays, at 2 1-2 o'clock, p. m.
Medical men of the ( Tty and Pacific Coast, gen
erally.are respectfully invited to attend the Inlii
niury on Clinical Days, whenever it may be op
portune to themselves.
San Francisco, May It), 18,7(1. ld-.'lin.
HAYING purchased the interest of Davison .V
Harris, in their Drug anti Hook Store. I shall
hereafter conduct the business, expecting to meet
a share of public patronage.
Hy tlm terms of sale, all accounts due Vlio late
Armor Davison & Harris arc mine, and will be
collected by me. An early settlement i- ivquest-
Weaver, Aug. 2. 18,50.
Great Pacific Emporium,
Post Office Buildings, corner Clay and Kearny
streets. San Francisco.
rpifE Proprietor lias, after long and arduous
I labor, and serious expense, succeeded iu or
ganizing arrangements with steamers. Liners.
Expresses. Agencies, and Mails, in different coun
ties. far and near, by which he is enabled to sup
ply a greater variety and amount of the best
than any other establishment on the Pacilic.
Agents and Dealers
Are respectfully informed that owing to the am
ple resources of the establishment, and the great
economy of its management, the Proprietor is at
all times happy and ready to execute their de
mands at the LOWEST PRICES.
Genuine Farina Cologne.
fJAA DOZ., direct from the Manufacturers.—
Ov/vr Just received, (ex Tainerline,) and for
sale by Ji. B. THAYER & Co.
Montgomery st., near Market.
Sun Francisco, .1 line 28, 18511. 23-lm.
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Dr. Pareira’s Great Italian Remedy !
for the certain owl ypicili/ cure of Dirtwm* of a Pri
vate Anturr —tio waiter how long Handing—with
out ang injur 1/ to tin: si/tlem, or change of iliit
r l'' II 1 S invaluable specific, first introduced into
! Pisa some filly years since,soon became so well
known as a <t:ktw\ i i hi:, that in every town and .
city not (inly on tin 1 Continent Imt nl-o in Great
llritian, the demand for it was so great, its merits
so astounding, that in less than one year from Its
introduction it had supplanted all other remedies.
The 'li dica! Facility of the different cities of Eu
rope were compelled to acknowledge its wonder
ful mastery over dist ase. Proprietors of other
medicines, jealous of its sway, vainly eiulcavon d
to slay its progress. Like grass 1mdure the mow
er. their efforts fell lo the ground : and like life
on the prairie-, weeping all before It. its onward
march became triumphant. It stood forth upon
its merits : a discerning public, saw. tried and wi fe
eotnined of ils magical virtues. The massive
fortune aeiptired by Dr. Pareii a from I lie sale of
il during llie six years lie prepared it. alone bore
witness to ils miraculous merits. At the death
ot the Doctor, the recipe was bequeath, d to bis
son, win. lately introduced the ivna 1 1 v into the
United Elates. The number of (TREE it has al
ready made is astonishing. Thousands and tens
of thousand-can bear testimony to ils efficacy.
All who use it. IT WILL CURE, with a safety,
speed and certainty that no other medicine has
ever posse s d.
lle-nrt to no Quack Nostrums! Use a remedy
that has been tried for the last fifty years, und
was never known to fail.
Beware of Counterfeits.—The extensive sale of
this womb rfiul medicine lias already caused some
person or persons to palm off upon the unsuspect
ing a spurious compound closely resembling the
original, lie particular to buy none without the
written signature of I’AEKIRA, M. D., on the
outside wrapper ot each bottle. All others are
Counterfeit, and their compounders w ill lit} pun
ished with the utmost rigor of the law.
Prick—Three Dollars per Buttle. For sale by
I). Babcock,-ole Agent for Cal fomin, Oregon
and ihe Sandwich Islands, to whom all orders
must be addressed. D. BABCOCK,
Wholesale Druggist.
"7 Davis st.. between Clay and Washington,
Ean Francisco.
Also, for sale by Druggists generally through
out the stair s.
DAVISON A- HARRIS, Agents, Weavcrville.
W. 11. Gallilf. Agent lorSiskiyou county.
Child A Worthed. I’laeereille.
Rice. Coffin A’ Co.. Marysville.
K. K. Starkweather, Stock lop.
B. Eiiurtietr, Elu*, ta Drug Store, Shasta.
W. II. Bruner, Sonora.
Justin Gales, Jr., Sacramento.
Dr. It. W. Carr, Downleville.
I*r. John Lark. Nevada.
Dr. W. Oatliti. 5 reka.
Dr, J. li. Winston. Los Angeles.
Whaley A Morse, Ean Diego.
George I.. Store. Portland, O. T.
July 19, 1855. * 2fi-3m.
<. II A T I T l l> E IS TH E
r | Ml E ingratitude of man lo his fellow man is so
I often iiiH with in life that testimonials,
prompted by the liner feelings of the heart, are
oasis in the life of those wild sacrifice their best
days in philanthropic devotion to the alleviation
of the ills of frail mortality. Empiricism Hoods
the columns of our press with fraudulent and fic
titious letters, singing pienns to the worth of their
own egoti-lieal eliai latauisni. Below we append
a letter from a worthy man who, a brief period
since, scciiii J destined to ".-liufile off this mortal
coil;" who looked forward to his dissolution with
that pleasure which wnly those weighed down by
the heavy hand of di-eusc can. Contrary to hope,
the ability of a skillful physician has restored him
to his former health. Relieved from his terrible
situation, and inpelled by gratitude, he makes
known lii“ ease and remedial agent, and his state
ment is autheuticated by a Notary Public. The
demands of society imperiously command its pub
licity, and it is given more to warn the unwary
than to sound pin praise of a physician of w hom
scores of like eases ean he cited :
The tinders!gm il desirous of acquainting II
who may lie unfortunate enough to be si mil
alllielrd. w here a pci munent relief of their sn
ings may lie obtained, feels it bis duly thus |
lielv to express his most sincere gratitude to
L. J. < zupkuy for the permanent recovery of
health. Borne down by the distressing synipt
incident to the vicious practice of iincontrolli
passion in youth: depressed in body and m
unable to perform even the most Intling duty
posed upon Hie daily avocations of life; I soi
the ad\n e of ii,any physicians, who at first
gardod my disease as ut irilliug importance
alas', after a few weeks, and in sen ral instai
months, of their treatment. I found to my ii
triable horror that Instead of relief, the sy’mpl
In came more alarming in their torture; i
being told by one that my disease being pri
pally eoiiliiii il lo tin* brain medicines would I
little consequence, I despaired of ever regnii
my health, strength and energy; ami us a his
sort, and with but a faint hope, called upon
L. J. < /apkay, who, after examining niy c
prescribed some medicine w hich almost iiista
relieved me of the dull pain and dizziness in
head. Encouraged by ihits result, I resolver
place myself immediately under his cure, tun
a si riel oIm itience to all his directions and ml
my head In came clear, my ideas collected,
constant pain in my hack and groins, the w
tics.-of my limbs, iId- nervous reaction
whole body on the slightest alarm of e;; t .ii ( .„ l
the misanthropy a/ul evil forebodings:
distrusl and want of eonlido'ace ie
capability to study und v , "''"-‘pi tin
frightful, exciting. , '“. nt
dreams at ni’ I'lcasiir
cliarves 1 *‘y involuntary
k . "nve all disappeared; and in fact iii
.omlis after having consulted the Doctor |
as if inspired by a new life—that life which
a short time ago, 1 contemplated to end bv
own hand.
With u view to guard the unfortunate from
bug iiilo the snares of iucoinpetentuuacka la
it my duty to offer this testimony to t| M .
bt Smeo!'California, count? ot San
Sub.'crilH'd ami sworn before me, this 17tti day of
April, a. b. 1858 ; rs MiI)DL CTON, [i-s.l
(signed) JOilA mu Notary Public.
T ,T Czapkat’s Medical and Surgical
, , tho corner of Montgomery and Sne
1,1 reet« «an F-ancioco, Cal. The Doctor
«* “*• - -;C
unless ho effects u cure.
t„ society, Love ol W - |,.voluntary Dis
trust. Dizziness, Iliiulacii*« . «• .» !*»/*•
charges. I’alns in the Side. AHi * J t^.r iutu-mUiei
Dimple* oil the lace, Sexual al.id ■ ..
in until. are cured xv i l lion t fail b\ .A™ . ,» y
bruit'd I'hysieimt ami Surgeon,.- • • “ k|1^
Ilis metliod ol curing diseases is n< ' ' .
lo others.) and lienee his great silCt'c ••
-nllatioiis by letter or otherwise, li e ■ " *“"
L. J. C/Al’KAV, M. D.. Sau I raueisc
Grand Medical and Surgical Instit r .<
Corner of Montgomery and Sacramento stri
Attending and resident physician, h. *T. ( /AP-
K \Y M. I>.. hit** in tho Hungarian Kovoliitionarj
War Chief l’hysieian to the 2IHh Uegiment of
llo'iveds, ChiefSurgeon to the Military Hospital
id IV sih, Hungary, and Late Lecturer on Diseas
es of Women and Children. n'27-.im
>() THU AFFLICT LI).—1 lit. L. J. CZAl*-
KAV, late of (he Hungarian Army, and chief
l’hysieian of the I! < .spitnl ol lVstli, has cstuM.shed
in the city of San Francisco a MEDICAL INSTI*
Tl'TL lor the treatment ol diseases of the Drain,
Lungs, Liter, Stomach. Kidneys, and (ienito-
Ci'inaiy Organs. These last diseases the Doctor
h is been ilidiiei d to add in consequence of the
clail'. evidence of the evils consequent upon the
malpractice gem rally pursued by advertising i in
. .cs, whose conduct exemplifies the truth that
Man'.- inliiiuuuiity toman makes countless thous
ands mourn." .
The Doctor's thorough knowledge of the pviW
ciples ol Physiology and Pathology, and the im,.,.
diis operandi of the agents eifiliraced in our Mia
t, ria M- diea. i- a guurant"" of the assiinuice lL.1
all will lie tn .it'd in accordance with the eslulil
Iished principle of Medical Science, and the in*
proveinent- made Un rein. The gradual accunuti
latiou of valiinlde information since the day nf
lLppoerates, and the exclusion ol such agents d
haveprovtd inert, have lett the regular pram
I dinner Hie means wherewith lo combat success.
fully the ills lo whitih thsli is heir. Especially Is/
this true in reference to that bran, h of tin Science
to which cupidity lias iinited eliurlutaury,' muffti
to tin d( trlliielit o| tin.' mill lit limit f> and Crcdulo(n».
Willi a view to counteract the evils which tU.w
front this source, the Doctor is appy to give toe
guarantee of a ; ife. speedy, aim i ll< ctnal corn, lo
ail who limy seek liis assistance, and coinplctajlm
iiiunily from . vil after const qiieiici'S.
It often happens that the idmsc of instinotiis
passion h ad lo fearful eonsi quetices, unlesw Its
aid of the physician is made iivulluhle to ntr t
those Certain and ruinous results. Amongjltlie
symptoms arising from this cause, the billow g
may lie enumerated: Confusion of ideas, lose if
memory, di slrueiion of the nervous equilinBim,
timidity and lieadaehe. loss ol mental power, 1 ) r-
Iin 1 and eomplcle dementia; these ofteiitimw r
minuting in death. For the amelioration of.t) •
s\ niptoms, and the ui oidunee of so fearful a .1 a
-eqncncc. the Doctor olP rs his services, and g ,r
uaieei in all easts perfect satisfaction. >'
In Dv cutely. Diunlneu. ltlmematic Afleotini,
and other diseases incident lo this climate, tci
ranee is given of speedy relief. All consultat ill
by letter or otherwise free. Address to
Lilt. L. J. C/.Al’KAY,
Medicul Institute. Armory Dull Jliiildnig, nr
ner ot teaerauteuto aud Montgomery streets „n
Francisco. uli7-
I SI 111 1 F.— Dr. ( ZAI’KAA would cull tit’i
tien to the f.ill'r.ving maladies, in (he treat;..'!
of which.lie gimrunl"" i a cure: Di. eases ,. fj
Drain, such a Epilepsy, Aje.pl.'vy. Itushii ■ .
blood to tli" head.' inflammation of its dillrei
tissues, imrliiil mid completi' paralysis ajid i ,m
ty, and all functional derangements, suoh ti l.m
of Memory, Aveision to Society, Misantl up'
Timidity, Nervous Excitement from slight c,u-V
self distrust, giddiness, headache, ringing tl,
ears, confusion of ideas, love of solitude, e.iici
illusions, disturbed sleep and incapacity fo lain
and study. Also in d; eases of the Lungs ,d u
passages, such as Tuliercufar disease or Co'-unii
lion, I’neumoiiia. or inllainiimtion of the .m,,.,
I’leiirities or Pleurisy, Asthma, humoral ,o -jia*
niodie, bronchitis. Laryngitis, and all f< <
I at arrhii 1 afleelions. Also, diseases of (hi fin |
Congi.-Hons of (lie Liver, Ala esses of the l.ini
Calculi in the Cull, bladder and Dncni, Ji oilier
and those diseases w hich impair ils functlc > ,.|ic|
as 1 .mania Icier, bilious lever, and intci , im,
lever, and the eonsiquenens which thes
ders leave behind. Also diseases of the f
such as Gastritis or iiitliiinmatioi) of tho
Dyspepsia m all its tonus w hich destroy i
tile and digestion, Malulencc, Dysentery
i ifrliii ,i Also diseases of the Kidneys ai
I Hilary Organs, such as Diuls-tcs, or an <
How ol urine, Albiiiniiiai ia. Commonly t
' >inac
mil I
I- el'
rail i
blight - disease. In this complaint t£o i , ,
e-nd patient do lint oft;mtimes suspect
enee of the disease until too late. The m-.si,.,
1,1011 syniptoms are general indispoait n , v
dropsical swellings Calculi in the Kidn r
tlira, or bladder, and all other disord<
urinary organ . Also diseases of the A'
its appendages, such as ii i e_,iilarilios 0
ses, wlicn exeesftivn. defective, snpprure
regular. ITnliip.-ns, or tailing of the AI ml, <■
rilil v. Ovari an Dropsy, and other disci. ■ ,■"
parls. In the treatment of tho aboi | ,..
Hie Doctor has many new remedies, m
' a I" fleet cure in all eases, or the
lie returned. All coiisultatsons,by lc ,
erw ise. I roe. Address
n27-8m DI!. L. ,1
■ CZAPICAf ..ButFnnolH
1 1 KI! M A TO H R H CK A Oft LOCA in,;,
NEriF. DU. CZAI'KAY, lateloi nmn,
eases ( ,| women mu’i hildren, and Cl s,.,.,,,
ol tin Mi j Italy Hospital ol IVsth, Hu
eail public attention to Spertnntorrl ( ,‘ r j „
Weakness. There Is not in the oatn J i
man imuitdicHone raori* to bo dp] if
this, as well lacaustj of present diwti as (he
tiniiile results. Tile tone of thq sys m under
""iuenee is citlier impaired or enflr v.f-trov
and a class of symptoms superinOm | i| ih i .,,,
inaii for the performance of any of „
duties oi life. The injuries done t he .,|,vsi
part ol man are truly lumuntabl im
when compared to those of the ,
great nervous centre, and tn the i ,,„, s ’ ,
generally. This diseuse which ia
Hefjuent upon that nolitury vicP,
lolves pathological conditions In'
prehension of the uninitiated, bo'
understood by tin' regttls'
the syniptotns no*
f . ( solitude." ' -*.» tliy foil',,,
•r- rslon to .
trom ' ’'""K timidity, net " “
, I 1 - 1 " causes, loss o/,WK 'T ■ '*
1,1 "lability to reason can,
and lassitude, dullness of upnSl ,ow s l'
antbropy. These being fu,Ictio “ , " 1
ofb'i'e l’" V 11 bafbingers of hori
all liiav rely with perfect Jot' , “’‘ l,tUte * W
>ktll which longe .perience an Cv„u^
t conspienof
.1 ♦»
me i
‘“•eh are
'■tier. •
-ante lei
'■'“'ly, deme
|. on ,0 his profession has
er should call without delay, . , l,0H ' ! . w
'•y Which they UilIV I'liLiiiierut. ' ! S ‘' tl, °
'liieh they may recupurati

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