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308 Sacramento street, San Frauciaco, bay bow od
band, lor sale
8 and 10 -Horse Steam Threshers, for 1962.
8 it 10-Horse Power Machine of John A. Pitts'
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sell make or Machine, Dotn in material ana womniansuip,
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nd capable of running tbe largest sued Separator, and
threshing ia one day, in a good and workmaulike manner,
3,000 saca of grain.
4 and 0-IIorse Machines, in all respect the same
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HISTORY OP THE WAB OF 1861.
DESCRIPTIVE, STATISTICAL, AND DOCUMENT
ARY. Edited by Hon. E. O. Sqi-ikb.
Late Minister of the United States to Central America.
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DR. L. J. CZAPKAY'S
Private Medical and Surgical Insti
SACRAMENTO STREET, BELOW MONTGOMERY,
Opposite the Pacific Mail Steamship Company' Office,
FjtahlUhrd in 1854. for t),4 Permantnt Cur of all prlcat
and chronic dittattt, and for njpreuion if ymniwy.
ATTENDING AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, L. J.
CZAPK AY, M. D., late iu the Hungarian Revolu
tionary War, Chief Physician to the 'Juth Regiment of
Houveds, Chief Surgaou'to the Militury Hospital of Pesth,
Hungary, late Lecturer on diseases of Women and Child
ren, and Honorary Member of the Philadelphia College of
X-t Particular attention paid to the treatment of diseases
peculiar to women und children.:
Ollice hours from t a. M. till v. p. m. Communications
strictly confidential. Permanent cure guaranteed, or no
pay. 'Consultations by letter or otherwise free.
Address l)r. I. J. CZAtKA Y, San iraneueo. Cut.
To the Afflicted.
DR. L. J. CZAPKAY returns his sincere thanks to his
numerous patients for their patronage, and would
take this opportunity to remind them thut he continues to
consult at ma Institute for the cure of all forms of Private
Diseases such as Syphilis, Gonorrhea, nocturnal emis
sions, and all the cousequences of self abuse. In the first
stages of syphilitic or gonorrhoeal diseases, be guarantees
a cure in a few days, without inconvenience to the patient
or hindrance to his business. When a putient, by ne
glect or improper treatment, has developed the secondary
symptoms of syphilis, such as buboes or painful swellings
eu the groins, or ulcers in the throat and nose, which, if
not checked, destroy the soft parts and cause the bones to
mortify, separate and come away, leaving the sullerer an
object hideous to behold ; or when blotches and pimples
bieuk out ou the akin ; or when he has puinl'ul swellings
upon the boues, or when his constitution is injured so as lo
predispose to consumption or other constitutional disease,
the Doctor guuruntees a euro or asks uo compensation.
In rheumatism chronic or acute ; in dysentery or diar
rhoea, he has safe and effectual remedies. For the treat
ment of the consequences of self abuse, such as nocturnal
emissions, nervousness, timidity, headache, pains in the
back and limbs, with general weakness, loss of appetite,
loss of memory, iniurv tothosiirht. restlessness. contusion
of ideas, dislike for society, and a feeling of weariness of
life; with tho nervous system so excitable thut slight
noises shock or startle the putient, making his existence
miserable. For the above maladies the doctor will guaran
tee a cure or ask no compensation. Ho can bo consulted
free of charge, and invites nil to call, as it will cost them
nothing, and may be much to their advantage. Ollice hours
from U a. it. to U r. u.
Dr. L. J. Ciapkay is daily receiving applications from
every part of this State and from Oregon and from Wash
ington Territory for the treatment of every form of diseuse,
and there is not one who will come forwurd und express
dissatisfaction; on the contrary, the Doctor is in daily re
ceipt of letters, expressive of gratitude and thankfulness,
some of which are published below by permission.
Stockton, May 24, 1855.
Dear Sir Having entirely recovered from my sickness
I avail myself of this opportunity to return my thanktul
acknowledgement for the relief that you have given me.
When 1 thiuk of tho distressing bodily weakness, under
which I have suffered, and the nervousness, headache,
feaifulness, want of confidence, dizziness, restlessness,
weakness iu the limbs, loss ol memory, confusion of ulcus,
dislike for society, nocturnal emissions, nnd many other
symptoms, which" hnd made my lite miserable, lean hardly
express the gratitude 1 feel, for my existence had becon 'e
a burthen to me, uud nothing afforded me the least jtr.itili
cation, whilst now, I feel periectly well nnd can enjoy life
to my entire satisfaction. Knowing that there aio aiuny
alUicied as 1 have been, you have permission to make use
of this letter as you thiuk proper. Uclieve me gi utefully
yours, Al. MIL11ELS.
io vr. i,. j. izapKnr, un 1'r.incisco.
Kacrame.nto, May 15, 1855.
Dear sir Such is the thankfulness 1 feel for the preser
vation of my health of both body and mind, and I believe
of my life, that 1 hope I will uot bo considered iutrusive
in tendering my thankful acknowledgement fr restoring
me to health, and making my life a boon worth preserving,
wncn ii uiiu occome a Duiuien too great lor me to bear.
Victim as I was to a, vice thut had undermined mr constitu
tion, and developed a train of nervous symptoms, such ns
nervous debility, headache, distressing timidity, self-dis
trust, dizziness, love of solitude, loss ot memory, and want
oi resolution, oesuies a lossot strength and energy, which
had made my wakiuir moments wretched and mv lilcen uu-
refresbing, and was fust bringing nie to the gruve, but
thanks lo vour skill, 1 um restored to health, vigor and
energy. Hoping to guide others where they may find
eiiei, jvu uutcmr permission 10 maKe this public.
Gratefully yours, LEONARD WHITE.
To Dr. L. J, Ciapkay, San Francisco,
Marysvii.i.k. June .1. 1R.",5.
Dr. L. J. Cznpkny, San Francisco Sir I have used the
las. oi your medicine, nnu do uot think I shall need any
more, as I feel very well, excent that I have not entirely
fot my strength yet, but soon will with the appetite I have,
t is just three weeks, you imiy recollect, since I called at
your Institute, wiih mv constitution, as I thought, entirely-
broken, and never thought you would be able to cure nie
perfectly, but thought you might be able to do something
io ease inepani in my duck aim head, anu strengthen my
mill), wnicn wore so weuR thut they would almost give wav
under nie, when I walked, and to strengthen my nerves so
that 1 would not get excited and tremble at every little
thing. Now thul yon know what I expected, you may
judge of my satisfaction at my complete recovery Irom
those symptoms and tiie removal ot thoso blotches and
sores from my skin, and the ulcer from my throat, and
me enure stoppage oi those emissions, winch you said
were principally the cause of mv sickness.
1 can hardly tell you which is'thegrcutest, my joy or mv
surprise, for except not having fully got my strength, I feel
a wen any nHiii can leel.
Enclosed I send yon Twenty Dollars over vonr charw
and think myself cheaply cured. If you th'ink anybody
ill UUnllJ -.. ... . .1 .1 - - J
" UVUCUUV.H, , uu uiht put iuis letter in tiie papers.
Believe me gratefully yours, THOMAS HAY DEN
The undersigned, desirous of acnunintimr those who may
be unfortunate enough to be similarly alllicted, where a
permanent renei oi tneir sunerings may be obtained, (eels
it bis duty to thus publicly express his sincere gratitude to
Dr. L. J. Ciapkay, for the permanent recovery of his health.
Dome down by the distressing symptoms incident to the
vicious practices oi uncontrollable passion in youth, de
pressed in body and mind, unable to perform even the most
trifling duty imposed upon the daily avocations of life, I
sought the advice of many physicians, who at first regard
ed my disease as of trilling importance, but alas! after a
few weeks, and in acveral instances months, of their treat
ment, 1 found to my unutterable horror, that instead ot
relief my symptoms became more alarming in their torture,
and being told by one thut the disease, being principally
confined lo the brain, medicines would be of no conse
quence, I despaired of ever regaining my health, strength
and energy ; and as a lost resort, and with hut a faint hope
of recovery, 1 called upon Dr. Czapkay, who, after exam
ining my case, presci ibed some medicine which almost in
stantly relieved me of the dull pain and drzzincss iu my
head. Encouraged by the result, I resolved to place my
self immediately under his care, and, by strict obedience
to his directions and advice, my head' became clear, my
ideas collected, the constant paiiis in my back and groins
the weakness of my limbs, the nervous reaction of my
whole body on the slightest alarm or excitement, the mis
anthropy and evil forebodings, the selt'-distrust and want
of confidence in others, the incapability to study and want
of resolution, the frightful, exciting, and at times pleas
urable dreams at night, followed by involuntary discharges
have all disappeared, and, in fact, two months after hav
ing consulted the Doctor, 1 felt a if inspired by a new life,
that life which, but a short time ago, I contemplated to end
by my own hand.
"With a view to guard the unfortunate from fulling into
the snares of incompetent quacks, I deem it my duly to
otter this testimony to tbe merit and skill of Dr. Czapkay,
and recommend him to all who may stand in need of medi
cal advice, being assured by my own experience that, once
under his care, a radical and permanent cure will be eff
ected. B. F. I'll. I. MOKE.
State of California, city and county of San Francisco
Subscribed and worn to before me, this 17th day of April,
A. l. 1 .'. (Signed) Jon Mmniayov,
t. t-l Notary Public.
OR local weakness, nervnn debility, low spirits, lassi
tude, weakness of the limb and back, indisposition
and incapability for labor and tndy, dullness ol appre
hension, loss of memory, aversion to society, lov of soli
tude, timidity, self-distrust, dirziness, headache, involun
tary dischanres, pains in the side, affections of the eyes,
pimples on the face, sexual and ether infirmities in man,
are cured without fail by the justly celebrated physician
and surgeon, L. i. Ciapkay. Ilia method of curing dis
ease ia new, (unknown to others'!, and hence the ereat
sueevsa. All consultations hv letter or otherwise! free.
Address L. i. Ciapkay, M. !., San Francisco, California.
TIE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE ARE T ! ! !
Ureal blesing to mankind ! Innocent, hut Potest !
in. I- i. ttapksy Propnilaeticum, Oelf-disinfeeting
, .nnnn'tinM and BVOb
geut), a sure preventative i . . n I' ..J-i
ilTue diseases, and an unsurpassed remedy lor all mJ,
scrofulous, gangrenous and eancerou ulcer, foetid di
chargca from the vagina, uteru nd urethra, and all euta
neou. eruptions amT diseases. As vaccination U pre.
ventive against small pox, so i pr. U J. Czapkay . Pro
philaeticum a preventive against .yphihtical aud gonor
rhceul diseases, harmless in itself, it possesse the power or
chemically destroying the syphilitic irus, and thereby
saving thousands from being infected by the most loath
some of all diseases. Let no young man who appreciate
health, be without Dr. Czapkay' Prophilactlcuiii. It is in
very convenient packages, and will be lound very conve
nient to use, being used as a aoap. Price 5. For ale at
Dr. Czapkay' Private Medical and Surgical Institute, Sac
rsmeuto street, below Montgomery, opposite P. M. S. o
Co.'s ollice, Hau Francisco. jyl9-Jjr
A Happy New Year!
Friendly Greeting to
Old Friends and Patrons !
READ, HEED, AND REFLECT I
Tho commencement of the New Year, 18C2,
ia the accepted and appropriate timo for me to
say to all whom it may concern
MY BOOKS MUST BE SETTLED UP.
And having wnited on my patrons for years,
shall expect them to come lorward at once and
settle either by
CASH PRCDUCE STOCK OR NOTE.
I will receive in payment of old account or for goods (of
which I have a full assortment at tho old stand) all kiud
of produce, such n
AY heat, Oats,
Hides of all kinds,
Steers of all ages,
Horses, Mules, etc., etc.
K. B. I wish it distinctly understood that I do not wish
to credit out any more goods, therefere I shall expect the
produce or stock to be delivered before or at tho time tb
goods aro taken from the store.
All accounts must be settled by the 6rst'of March next,
as we may want to leave for the Carriboo, or, if we do not
you may, and 1 want all of our accounts settled belor w
part. To those having accounts standing from tho year
'M aud '00 unless such accounts be speedily settled by note
or otherwise, they will be placed in the hands of an officer
for collection. J. L. BRUM LEY.
Eugene City, Oregon, January 1, 180:1. 2tf
WUOLKSALK AND IIETAIL DEALER V
mechanic's Tools, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc.,
Announces to tlw public and patrons that he i
still in tho trade at tho old and well known
stand of S. ROSENBLATT & BROTHER
and selling goods at the Lowest Prices, for
CASH AND PRODUCE.
His stock is entirely new. Purchasers will
find here every article usually kept in the store
of this city new and well selected. Thoso
wishing to buy are requested to call and examine
his slock and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Remember the pluee and that tho stock ia
WHOLLY NEW, nnd will continually bo re.
(ilcnished with fresh new goods of tho LA TEST
STYLES, PATTERNS AND VARIETIES.
RESTORING GRAY HAIR
It prevents tho Hair from fulling off. It cures
Baldness and removes all dandruff from tho
It allays all irritation of the scalp. It cools
and refreshes tho head, and imparts to the hair a
healthy lively appearance.
P. 8. The nroDertie which remov dandra? -a
from the head, allay irritation and free th etn from tu
mors, render this article invaluable a a lotion ia all cu
taneous aoedion ; such as Itcb, Rash, Salt Rheum, Chil
blains. Erysipelas. Ringworms. Shinirlea. DUm mil qtin
of Insects, and all eruption of tb asm, especially that
caused by Poiton Oat.
This 07, genome article la put ap in Pint BotlXa, anil
has the written signature of R. JTtlU, tht original propri.
tor and mnfactrr, on the label and wrapper. Beware
of all put np in different style, which ie nmnUrJut.
REDINQTON fc CO.,
4 and 411 Clay Street, San Fraciew
R. PGRTERFIELD, agejtt,
ltMm For sal by A. 8. MeCLt JtE.
J. B. Underwood,
IOTART rrBLIC, will punctually attend to all bat
i.1 inea entrusted to bil care.
-f Engn City, Orege.