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Tho following Interesting letter was
written by late resident of San Fran
cisco, to tho Herald:
San Xavi., Gadsden Purchnse,
February Olh, 1858.
Wo wero twuiily.foiir traveling days
from San Dlfgo to tills plnro, llio di's-
tanco being five hundred mlluo. The
first two hundred mid odd miles from
era they wore driven out of the coun
try, nnd the church is now clidmed by
thu Pnpngo tribe or Indians, of whom
thero nro a great many here. A very
largo raucherla lies Immediately nd
jiduing the town.
The next day nfter our nrrivsl we de.
voted to arranging our traps in the
house), and the next day we went to
tho mines, which lio about ninu miles
to snulhwnrd, nnd in n very beautiful
location there are anmo fourteen on
nur claim. Wc spent several hours in
examining them, and I do assure you
they exceed my most sannuluo cxpec
II lliero is not enough silver
San DIpl'0 to Fort Yuma on tlm Colli
TMllu rl.ne wllli llin n.ill.... nr ........ i tnlionS
cluht mitt's, is ilirnmrli ilm nwni l,.r,nn !' eru satisfy us all, nnd to uivo em
, ... .... ....... ...., . i.t.-i .i
tleserl you can Inmuiiin. From San Iu.vh'uih iiinusmius oi iinnrs, men
Felipe to tho Fort thuro is not one
Bpenr of grass to bo semi, and tho dl
tanco is omi hundred nnd forty inllos.
Tho only vegetation to be seen is n dl
mluulive irrowtli of musnuolt. nnd a
snitill bush culled gremo wood. Tile '
latter thero is plenty of, but it is so,
inenn-tli.it not even n gout nrmuio will
brouso un it, nnd when green, firo will
not burn lL In addition, thu desert is
one vast plain of nothing hut sand, nnd
un much mistaken.
J. E. V.
Wliy lie Did It.
Mr. Stacy left Philadelphia for San
Francisco in 1850. lie went to seek
Ids fortune, but found tho elephant.
lio saw tho "critter," nnd instead of;
ll(. mg fur gold, made up ids mind to
"dig out" nnd put for home. Ho nr
rived on Tuesday Inst in this city. lie
is well known bore, nnd has ulwnys
Grand Medical and Surgical Institute.
Sacramento street. below Montgomery, op
jpotite Pacific Mail Steamship Compa
ny's Office, San Praneitco.
Established in IBM, for the Perma
nrnt Cure of all Private and Chronic
Diseases, and the Suppression of
Attendant and Itr.Mrnt Physician,
It. J CZAPKAY. M f.,
Lutein the tlungsrian Itevnlutmnsry War,
Chief r1 urgenn to Hie 3llh Itcginmnt of
I Ion veils, Clilel Surgeon to the . lihlsiy
Hospital or Pcsth, tlungsrr, nnd the lite
lecturer on tho Diseases of Women and
Communications strictly confidential.
Conitiltolinns, by latter nr otherwise,
free. Address. Dll L J. OZAKAY.
8an Francisco, Cal.
that, almost tho cntiro distance, from i enjoyed n good r.lmractnr; and yet on
six inches to a foot deep in the trnck ; i' Wednesday morning wns nrrestctl for
you may form some idea of the labor of stealing n vtalch from Mr. Henson.
puiung a Heavily loaded wagon through
It. On tho last strctcli of 104 miles,
there are but three placet at which we
can water, and tiiu first one. Indi'in
TO THE AnXICTED. Dr. I.. J
X l7.iikay returns his sincere thanks:
In his niinicmur patients for their pitlrnn.
ngo, nnd wnulil take tula opportunely toj
remlml them that lie continue In coin nil all
his In. mute fur thu cure nf Chronic dis.
esses oftlm Lungs, I.lvnt, Kidneys, dlges.
live nnd griiil.il orenns. and nil private
ditontet, vir Splmlillr iilcori gmiurrheN,
irleot. trittiir. s, eniln.il ncikiirfi nnd all ,
the linrrid cnnncqnonco ur ell-ahunc, and
hn hlihrs that hit long eiii4fl'.ndi'uc.
cessful praclico nl many year, wliiconltn
Wells, wliett wo left it. had nut a cnl-
lun left in it, nnd that which wc used
ourselves nnd gave to our nnimnls, win
thick with mud ; but Vet, I assure you,
after n ride of thlrty.threo miles, we j
enjoyed it much. The other wells bine
plenty of water in them, nnd liv enrrv. i
lug sumo with us in cutitet'iis, wu did
Tiie cuso was examined on Thursdnv'i uo ,u ,!,1,,,u";ni", " ,,.,H,a ofpublto patrnn.j
liffririt n itiUltlr..... i8o. lly llin pra tico nf many yeara in'
jiiiio your case. Mr. Uenson." ilm llnnmrint. ... n.i rn,n.,... i.n i.
"Well, sir, I wns nt tht railroad lie- enabled apply tho mn.t efficient and inc.
pot on Tuesday list, wnitinL' for thu' "f"l r.wedie, againat dneates or ull
cars to como in. w to uo tic lbs. I . .' ......,,.., .n,g .
felt somebody Btiatcli my watch. I
Immediately turned round nnd seized
tltude, weakness of tho limbs and baefc,
indiipoiilinn and Incapability for labor and
study, iiuilnrr 01 Rpprenaiiinini io. 01
eiic niory, aversion to .ocirij, imo m bii.
tude, limidily. self.diMrunt, diMincs,hean
aelia, involuntary discharges, pains in the
side, afleclient of the eyes, pimples on the
Ijco, ae. ual and oilier infirmities in man,
are cured without fail, by the justly cole
brated Physician and Surganc, Dr It J
CZAPKAY. Ilia method of curing dis.
eiues ta new, (unknown in other ) and
hence hi grent success. All consultation,
tiy tetter or nlherwlio, ftee Address It
J. CZAPKAY, M. D., San PrancWco.
THE (JftEATEST DISCOVERY Of
1 Tin Aoe ' Great meaning to Alan
kind ' Innocent but Potent ' I)r L J
Czapkay's Prophllaclicum, (self disinfects
lag agent, a rure proventiBagninatgnn
orrhnerfl and syphalitic dneates, and an
uruurpaatcd remedy fur tenereal, scrofu
Inun, gangrenous and canciiruus ulenra,
fictid discharges from tho vsgiua, uletus
and urethra, and all cutaneous eruptions
and diseases. As inniicuUliini is a pre
entire against small pos, an is Dr. Clip
kay'a Prophilaclirum o preventive again, t
stphalilic and gnnorrhoeat dinearea. Al
though harmless in itself, It tioases.ee the
power of chemlrally destrnying the syph.
ahlio vims, and Ihereb) saving thiiussudt
Imm beirg tniecivil ny Ilia uin.i niaintome
uf all disna.es. Let no young man who
app ret-late health bo withuul Dr. Czap.
luiy 'a Piophilai'lleiim. It is in very con
ven lent packages, and will be fuiind con.
venient lu iMe, being lined as a nnp.
Price. $.". For sale nt Dr. tiapkay's Pri
vato Medical and Surgical luxiluie, Sac.
rotnclilo alraet, belww Montgomery, op
posite r. Hi. a. iio. a ollico, Han Iron
r JDr. lj)ouns
eralo treats Ins pMienl in a correct and
honurablu way lint relereticea ofiiiiquess j
liolialllu inrueltv frmti tiien til' Lnnt.n M. I
tho prl.onor, who was tba nearest muni "peciabillty and high ftnnding in society J
tu mo I then cnllud n noliceman." A ' P'i' conniliiiig him. by lattrr or
"What then l" ''otherwise, will receive the beat and gen.
"Wo took him to tho station l,.iun, ' ' '"" """""."" '" c.,M.,.cr
nui suiiur. 'i wttero lio was senrcbed and the wutch.j CUFFEn NOT WHEN A CUIIE IS
At Fort 1 limit wo remained nearly found upon his person." I O guaranteed in nil stages of secret dii.
ft Week to recruit our unbinds, nnd whllo "What is the vuluu of tho watch I" !,B", ir"'''"i nervous dAiliiy, aypha.
thero mnnnged to enjoy ourselves very , , "Sumo 833." I , in, ' "" ,l,,. i"ciurt; gl.ois, grav,
well, .hrough the pob.enes. of tho oflf I "Such bring tho case tlio nlftnco JL
rer or tho garrison and two or thruo nmnunts to grnntl larceny. What have ,' pnlns in the l.unoi and anklrt, Jnestet of
olhur Amorlcin ceutleinen. Tho en- . vou to snv to tho linrtn. Sinrov V iho luos. throat no.o and mm. nir.n
... . r .o-w j ,i .,- , , ,, , . - -
"Nothing, except that I am ns inno'iii'""' ,"'" """Jr " "n.b., dr.w,
I vou nrn I '" iiiimikii'
I i't . I big from n derangeinenl of the ses
tiru number of bouses outsido of the
Post will sum up four, two on the north cent of tho crimu ai
n till fl IIIfi . I.n a .. al... ...!. I.l . . III..... ..1
...... u unu iiuiiiuur uii iiiu euuiu sine, i ililiucuill, llOIISCnSO 1 MOW ClllllC
This does not iucludu tho rnncherias nf Benson's watch in you pocket I"
thu Yumn Indiunt, of which thuro nre'; "(,'un't ihv, All I know is thnt it
u great many. was found thero."
Ihn 1 iinina nrn riitlinr n finn iniiAl. 'Atnl il..i in. M....t Hll ! ' "
I.IUII oftlm Indian rn! tl.n men 1 1,, ! atrnm, -llrm.ll.. ..r . 'i , J ' !'" Tm ."'" '. I'll" tn the back nnd!
,n II i i .i " ;:i, .......ijui.(j.iii, ueau, leinalo irresulajllies.aiid all Ininro.
talaiU well funned, and tho women , "I know it, sir, and yet Fin inno-. nor discharges nf both saxes. It m.iia,.
gaos, such os nerroiit trunibling, lots nf
uieninry, Insi ofpower. general weakness,
dimness of isiou with peculiar spots np
pnariug beforii the eyes, lii or sight,
waHciuinets,iiyspe psin. liver iliscas. , ruin
ll. ......H .1. 1. t.. t .1 . . ' I
Untqnallcb for tlje (Sure of
ALL nUEXSM AtMlllO HOM AW
IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD.
IT INVIGORATES THE SYSTEM,
And will not injufc the most delicate
Truth has many a Jong
contefl: with prejudice,
but fooner or later it
GAINS THE VICTORY.
So far as this preparation
j is concerned, that victo-
DE. J. C. YOUMG'S
riuvATi: .McmcAL rooms,
A'. E. Corner California and Montgomery
streets, SAN' FIlASClSCO.
TO THE AFFLICTED Read thefnl
lowing lUcoxHtsuATOHV LrtTsna
and then judge between Ur. Young nnd
those vampires thst mnllgn his motives,
Avoid such men as you would a pes
lilenco, for tiikrk is nctTtt in their treat
ment. All afflicted with Diseases of Pri
vato nr any other nature should call
upon Dr. J. C. Young, and they would
then avoid imposition and assist the Doc
lor in his herculean tabor of stippreilnr
quackery nnd empyricism. Dr. Young's
charges nio moderate and within the reach
oftlm most humble.
TMrORTANT Dr. J. C. Young wishes
to call the attention of Invalids In hit
courm of nractico. The Dr. has long since
abandoned the mercurial treatment, and
has strictly followed the Vegetable Prac
tice. Patients under treatment with him
nrn not confined In the house, nor taken
from their business, but ran go almut and
not as usual Tho Dr.'s mode of lr.atnie.iit
of cases of debility, both general and sex
ual, Is nut surpassed by any physician, and
always results In a petfeel removal oflheir
(roubles Dr. V. hna discovered n neur
mode nf treating sOVrlions uf the Liver, I
which altera fair trial has been submitted
In the Professoranf several of the medical
institutions uf the Slates, and tironounced
by them, aa parfeclly successful, and hat
oeen adopted ny llitm In llielr practice.
In the treatment of incipient consumption,
and disease of tho blood, the Dr. stands
pre-eminent In his profession, and will
arrant a cure, in all cases. Hie luliowlng
icsumoniui speaks lor llsell t
Da J. C. Yovno. Sirs Your mode of
treating nfiections of the Liver and disea.
sos of the Illond, has proved by repealed
trials, to bo the best yet offered to the fac
ulty, and has been sdopted by tho board
Continue to study tho human system asyou
have done, and you will yet stand at the
head nf your profession.
W. It. HORNER,
Prof, of Anatomy, University, Point
iitsiii; n)iti .
nets sf the bsck and limba, pain in I hit
head, dimness of sUht, loss of musculsr
power, pilpllstiofi nf the btatt,ityTiepia,
nervousness, Irritability, derangement nf
the dlgettite fu.ie;irins, general debility,
symptoms of consumption, Ac.
Mhtai.lv, the lenifnl effects on the
mind are mora to bu dreaded. Loss of
memory, confusion nf Ideas, depression i f
spirits, evil forebodings aversion to soci.
eiy, self distrust love of solitude, timidity,
&c , are tome uf (he evils produced.
All nrrsuns who arc aRtltfed with an.
nf tlm s bote synfptnms slmuld nbt fail til
call on I)r Ymlng, and beathfice restored
to perfect lieaim. I. el no laMe ileltcacy
nrevent . on, but apply Immediately, end
save yourself from 'ho drendlul nnd awful
const quencra ni tins lemnio maiaiif.
wrAKstss nr Tilt nrtnAns
immediately cured, nnd full vigor restored.
Ulrica corner nf Montgomery and Call'
furftla Streets, o.er Pec i Ha Ktprefs, Hart
Franclco, where nil letters mutt be di
rected to iniore intention.
J. 0. YOUNG, M D.
BEWARE OF "IMPOSITION. iti
consequence of the wldo spread c.
lebrily nl lit. YOUNG, numerous impos
tors hava sprung intc txislenrf.pretAftdiri
to be prlftrt masters uf the htnUhff nttt
and have sucreeded in imposing upon a
few ol tho unuary suflerers. Persons wish
mg to consult a physicain, should be very
rarelul how they put confidvlira In Ilia'
published slstemeuls of slirli chsrlalant,
lor they are as unscrupulous in such slste.
menls as In their practice of medicine, and.
are very unsafe to trust. Tliev will first
deceivnyou by false cer'ifirate, procured
Irom "drunken loarers, w tin perjure lliem
aitlis to get money tu satisfy ih cravings
gains your coofidenre, lie will then riese
tulurnbly good looking; thoy iitgetior., cent." , nut from what cunso the disease originated, ' TV feeniS tO liaVC been
l ull funned and pn-scrvo theiryouth- Tho protest, however, did not itvall I ,lutte,rr lung standing or obstinate the J . .
tut appunrniicc apparently miicli longer much
than civilized women. , clenr
y l.s . t a .'
rrorn i-nrl Junm to (his place, tlis ,lliat tliomnuistrut. coiimiuiict'd mukiiiL'
taut JOO miles, no bnd n much more,. out n commitment. Just ns ho was' Plic,"" d resisted ull their means uf
pleasant lime, thu ronils being much i putting n tail to thu last Y, n irroun "' meuiciiies prescribed aro plea.
zhrZ :, r ,!hr zz? " "f $ fer ?. n,id -'-' :iisa.; 'zxx
, J """" ' "s " n 'b"; ii uiriiiigiii -unvo u swear. I ry urbirlMm. During fifiearrieara-tirnrac.
bolter nuturiil road, nnd nfler rain there i "In what casu l" I lice, in Kunu.n the Ailaini2 Him... ...!
ts consldornble grass to be bad but I "This one nhnut tho watch." California,! havu rescued, from tlm Jaws
nothing litto grain oan bo raited, ex- "Wliat do you hnuw about it." of death many thousands, wfio, in the lu.t
.1 Its a ..taa. " .
cepi ny irrigntinn, wnicli is dono liy ; "Aumiuii
tnppliiL' tho U ila river. Wo eticamned ', nut, mavbe,
ono night upon the very spot where the ; Tho oath wan ndminiitored nnd tho
Outmnn fumily wero massacred by the , examination resumed.
Apaches, In 1651. Their graves tire ij What is your mime V
nbottt six feet from tho rond, with n "William P. Ilrown."
"Where do you rosldu!"
ln G street."
"Have you ever seen that watch I"
"Yes, sir; I havo it seen on two oc
cniloni, tho lust limo when it was taken
from Stncey's pocket."
"Ilien ynu saw It taken front Stnl
- inn uo you kiiiiw about t. . . v V v" .'" ",n ,u"1
"AdmlnlsJ the oath and you'll flndj fiXltt W
board stuck into tho undt uf two sticks
with tho inscription, "Tho Outmnn
This rudo grave, and tiiu recnllec
linn of that sml event, produced mourn
ful feelings, I nature you. There the
lio in tho midst of the- Apaohu trail,
with no homo within filly milsnwtvjcey'8 pochet. did you I"
from nil who lumt known them in iue,
and who mourn, them in death but
yet, thoy sleep gently 5 let tho coyote
bark nnd thu Indian shout, it does nnt
troublo tlictn. I could nut help, as
looking nt that last evidonco thnt they
ouco lived, but think hoiv uncertain It
life, and bow uncertain our end; nnd
thothouyht would nrite, wliat may bf I
my into I puiliajxi j, ton, uway from nil
I bold dear .may in un unguarded nn
monl, full a prey to (ho buv. go cupidity
of the sumo enemy to our iaue. Hut
to them I simply say "requiescat in
Wo nrrived nt Tucson on tho morn.
ing of the Ud but.; there I metsomoj
old acquaintances and wns most bus.
pitably entertained by them. Wo had
a bail in tho opening, given in a mud
Iioutc, and danced upon a flunr that
nature prepared long before the nbite
race knew of audi a country.
Tho manner of Inviting thu ladies to
tho bull is by a bund naradinc (lie
street nnd piny ing -xtrert airs. Tlioj
band consists of ono violin, ono bins'
drum, and ono very small enure drum;'
so ynu may imagine tho music to bu
no protest, however, did not nvnil """" ,U"S sioiming or ouiunaie the , . ,
.. Jmi-tier, achieved. Experience is
.and undisputed an act of felnny,!rd by any otW ir...,,i.. .ftw,ii.! AnV confirmil.fr the nil
Iho magistrate conimunced iiiukiiig,disca.u has ballled tho skill of rminent, tulu -0"nrmiIig U1C pU-
bhc, in the opinion long
entertained, that it is die
bell purifier of the Blood
and remedy for Difeafes
of the Bones and Joints,
Scrofula and other Ul
cerous Maladies that has
yet been prepared. Do
not be deceived by other
preparations bearing the
name of Sarfaparilla, as
this is the genuine and
For further proof and
Certificates fee, Family
and Medical Almanac
1 did, sir, mid I snw moro limn that
I saw it go in thore "
"This fa very important, sir. You
saw tho watoli taken from Uenson !"
"I did, sir."
Hero iMr, It , tho counsel for
clans which warrants mo in promising In
mo auii.ieu, woo may place llittni.ulvis
under my coro, n sound, cum. PrW.iH
dllcnses nrrtliBgi.uieil dirua.es to health,
aa they am the lirst cause ul consumption,
scrofula, and many other disease, and
piiuuiu uo u lemir 10 ino Human rmily. A
permanent curn is scarcely ever elleclod,
a majority uf tho cases fulling into the
hands of !iinimnft!..tif ............ .. i...
... ,....... ,.v....l.p, ,. ,U
l (inly fail lii cure the disease, but ruin thu
i constitution, filling the avatem mil. ..,.. '
rury, which, with the disease, hastens lliuw
sufierur into a rapid ronaiiniption. ;
llut shuuld the diaease and ilm trrntmenl
nut cause death speedily, und the victim
marries, the diteate is entailed upon theil
childion, who are born with feeble ronsii-'
lutiuiit, and the current nf life corrupted I
by a Vims whiclihclrutailssir m .o.,,r..l..
, lelHr, ulcers, eruptions, and oilier nlleo'i'
lions in ma shin, uyes, throat nnd lungs,
ir avi: coNnuENLn. n yoitnr
I --J- will guiranlee a perfect and perma
nent cure in llin following ca.as, oe rhaige '
nolhlnc for his sarviret t Svohilia. (inn.
, nrrhrra, Htricturo oflhe Urethra, AtTection j
of tho Ituslrate Ulaud Weakness of the
Uenllal Urgans, Impotenny, Slanlily, both
in mala nnd frmale. Upermatara, nr Sem
Inal Weakness. Nocluroal Kmlssimis.ltlien I
malism. Dyspep.la, Indigestion. Feverainl
Agon Incipient Consumption, and all ir
regularities in Fumales, log.thar with all
diseases of omen and Children s also
Nervousness, Palpilaliou ufthe Heart, Vo,
Persons ofiliclud with symptoms after
boing treated, should consult I). Young at
once, aa no disease Is curod unlets the pa.
Hunt leel perfvrlly well. If them it a
particle of ditiinau left in llie system, it
will break out at tome future tlm. wlmn
least eshectad, or be handed to an Inmieem
oiT.jieing, Persons who have been treated
with mercury shuuld be very cauliout in
believing that they are well, fur t ja Bicj.
entilic fuel that the nirrrury will
minglo wilh the venereal, and Turin
disease o treat deal Worse than the on. in.
al. All those who have leaiuu tu think,!
oy nau leeiingt, inal tliey have been treat
id thus, should consult l)r, Young, and he
should examine their enset and toll them
at onco liuw they aland.
of a diseased npiielllo. When sorb quack
you with morrurv and other drugs, slid af.
' .i . i r. . -
icr trier navo roouca ynu in your money
and Injured your constitution, thty will
cast ynu off, wilh the charge,thatyou have
not followed their directions.
Tho only wsy to a. old such Impostors,
is to rontuu ur. J u. lounc, the riontor
nsel lur tuiii.ilii.s .,.... .!....:. .. ..
Il l.t I .- .i ...T" . t """" "i .' ' "
kvh.u.., ,,. iu mo couri inui ine'tuueriiig anil euiiiigniog Ihein loan carlv
.fin mtrtlil tia tvulf nln.a m tli.. CI ilftrutn
. .. .... ..... ,., ,.B tiiu ii'iiiuy-
had been proved beyond nil ques'ion-.
ing. Tho maBistralo viewed mutter
diirere ntly, and decided to let Ilrown i
have his "swear" out.
"Well, Ilrown. go on with your sto
ry, You sar vou saw Slucie nlum!
the watch In his pocket." I
"No sir-eel I didn't say nn, thing of!
the kind, because it was not so." I
"Not so. What do you nieun.
"Just tills.-; that Uenson placed tho!
watch in Btncey's pocket lilmiclf) and'
men noiiereo Tolicct "
"Yes, sir. llut that ain't nil, Squire.
J know wliat he did it for. .Shall I tell t"
"Do so, in as few words os possible."
"For the last fifteen months Ilrruon
has been ruuniiiL' a line villi Stum-v'm
wife, nnd ho wies to keep up tho fun '
inr mo rrmiimuer oi llio season. To
Flirnicnrl kxr mie A min.r
Solf-Ahu.o is another formidable enemv , j w. v.iiLa,
totiesllh, Tor nothir,.. ,,, ,l0 UrrnU rrntlS
caulo-uu of hiimiin diseases causes so de. ' fa4""0
uisiani iiiiio nines. we took uii
quarters in n building ndjoiuing the
church, and which was formerly a sta
ble. I am now writing in fron't of the
House, under an awning made nf ruugl
iiu tuts pieiisnnity, ne wishes to p. t
To effect this.
Tho next day o started to this nbioe. ' ?,H.CP)' oul of l,,e cly'
itant tiino miles. Wo took up our l0 '" ru",l,ed Mnv upon him, and
a now striving io gei mm into the pen!
I ho testimony of Mr. Brown filled
the court with astonishment. The m:ig.
logs and covered with brush and grass ;ll '"I""0 "'M cu,ltd ul'" ". Beiunn.l
tho weuther through the day b-iug very 7' x.1s "iscnncertetl nnd did not re.j
warm, but tba nights oio excessively
ply. The result wns, (bat ho was held
for perjury, vliilo Slncey wns honora-l
my (iisclmrged, ami nil brought about
ny nir. urown iinviujia "swear."
The town consists of ono Plaza, on!
tho four sides of which are six lung
mud shanties and ono very splendid
church Or cnlhodrnl. Ine ll 1 fullu ....
tilled to the latter namo; it la very ,v,,r t,'v',nP,',l l",''"", court of jus-1
large, nnd allhouuh snino ntio hundred ee. Philadelphia Sunday Mercury. I
years old, isof'ujijurently luudern con.
tlriictive a drain upon the svilem.dranioi;
its thou.anos of victims Ihruugh a lew
yesrsnf sufTeiin. down to m ,u
grave It destroys Ilia nervous syiiiim,!
rapully wattet nway thu energies of llfo
causes menial derangement, prevents the
proper development ur ho .yitem, dis.l
nilhllllMM fl.. ...-.. . ! . '
and all earth y Itatipiueas, and leaves thu
uirerer wrecked (u body and mind, pro.,
disposed lu contumplinn and a train n.
evils more In be dreaded ilmn .i-..i. i....ie
W nit litis fullest coufidalicu I assurathc'
unfortui.alo victim. ...r M.lf.abu0 that u'
perinsiieni und speedy cure can be elTect.1
ed and with thu ubuudomnent of ruinous!
prajtictt, my pabiuaii. h,-.t.wd lul
robust, Vigorous health
Irregubiriliea and all diseases of mates '
riiil rvmalea treated no principles ettab.
Il.hed by filleen year. 0f ,,r.clico and
sanctioned by thousands of the most re. I
markablo cures Medicines with full dl
rectiuns, sent lu ony pri.f tho State, Ore.'
8.. nu ttg.miigion j erntories, by na.
lieuts conimiinicaiiiig ihair .yinpinii.s'by
letter, nutiuets currujpuudenc. strictly
Add.e,a in. I.. J CZAPKAY,
.Medical liislttute, Ua.ranianiu si .
below Alonlj.omery; ; oppo.it. Pacific Alai
Steamship Co.V Uifire, ri Pranci.co
DK'L.: J: CZAPK.AY'8 HltlVATiS
Alediruland Hurtical lii.tnui- t ....
, bacrsu.ei.lQ ttie.t below AIonlg,uerv,o,
I pos.ie , the Pacific Mall Buamsltip Cui, pi.
! '?. Omco.fcaiirranciico. The Doctor
I confeM I was much surprised Io
find such a church in such a place. I
have seen no church 5n California thai
would equal It, unless it will bo St. Mi,.
ry's, when eo mideM. Tho intHrior
deBoratioH bsvva Uwi elegant, but of
.urwM ume Mil MgiMt havo defased
'lltwi 'kAaw.tiM Jmikt. aad 1.
llfctiSyewd.t'eaisltr.j oiie of the to-.
L0S8 01' THE bTATl'B 01' WlIBSTKll.
I llu'l ..llu.d l...u .....l. . . '
linoUlrnl ,,ll,.,wl ll I. !..'.'.".: T "."" "" " reillU
o"-"- ..-" ..B can was -.-..uo ..mo. no .necu acute. OHko
one of the most in.Hiiious conspiracies ',uu "ui Da. x, tiUr. m,
I, lbs undortigned, Guvrrnnr uf Hunea,
ry. dou.,y hereby, that Ur L. J Cu.
hay hw served dunoj. if.. t0(l fm
gar.an l,brty. aa iJluef 0urKeO , ,tB
lluiig.n.u army, w,lh fauhlul LUy ,.
lincali, and du rtrcuiniiitjiid Mi in tho ,y m.
niilhv. mi. un.... ..,i ;.. . .. V "
. -- . -.....,,.. MM I'tw.vriiun oi ail iiu
who are capable of ipp,,,,,,,,, ",''
s.lfsacrifiLu tand unif.Ulv m&Ihum
viz 1.1 . .Uuefuur of Hungary
Washlnglon City, J. 6 Jta.
Ship Oxford, of Freeport, Mnine.wlilnh
sailed from Leghorn September 4th,
for .Boston, with a cargo of marble,
among which was tho statue of Daniel
Webster; was abandoned at sea in No
vember. Capt. Mlnot and crew look
to the boats, and were fallen in with
by ship Mary and Martha, Captain
I latch, bound from Boston for Trieste
All haHde- were sai-nl, and land. rl Jt
I'ropirud and sold bv A. II. X- n fiMK
Wholesale Drugguti, 100 Kultou Street, cyr.
of William, Nuw-York.
For sale by Diwtr., Kittie & Co., II.
Jon. iu. iOo,, lUuiMoroH i.Ca,8an Kran.
clscui Uics Sc CorriM, Marytville: It. II.
Jiicuoyiu &. Co., eacramentoi and by
DruggUu generally. '
IMIOOKK & Til OMl'SON, Druggists,
Agents for JocfcsunvilW. iff
Urent reduction In vriccH.
first Door east of the " Vldorado,"
CAtirnnaiA BTwriT, JACKnartr.L, O. T
HAVE JUST KECEIVEU, and con.
. , la"'ly "rriving. a large Stock of all
kinds of Goods suitable fur the Pull and I
W inter Trade, such aa
Staple and J'nncy Dry Goods,
Jiools and Shoes of all kinds,
Jfats, Caps, Stationery, Cutlery tj-c.
A full assortmeit will he kept constantly
on hand, which we aiu able lusell ciieai-
All uonds Wairsntod. tf
CPEIIMATORUIKEA, or Local Weak.1
O nest, nrrvuu.deMlfly, ln tptlli ,, ,
Plows, Winers' Picks. Horse Shoeing.
. , , All Kind of.
Corner of Califnmia and Fourth streets
tirst door east of 'lentiiie" nflice.
TJOnfES and Mules sl.nd .r ouiri
.i ii "T1 f11' "'" "forioc to any west ol
Price of horse shoeing, plain. $4 00
", " s:elloid, 6 00
i .T on.,!',n,J " '" of Steel Plows
and Miuera Pujfcj,
WAGONS ty CARRIAGES
ucpmrftd un iha ilmnu.t n:
..i.Vn. "Sr ", ,1,,rt!eP'rleiics. In I. .man.
uliciuraorall kindiof rarming Tools, he
fl4l Uis himself to bc ,be to swomniodsle
all who wi.h to- hava work Jnn. ,:.!.
neatness Rd despatch, at thu lowest cs.h .
JelitonviHe, Aug a.twr. nnij
ALL WHOM IT MAY COPCIHS, Thlt is
to certifr that I, II, 1". Lunlug, applied to
'ir iJ' L' You"'!' l" ue ""led fora goner-
m u.uiiii), urougui on iy nard work al
mining iu the water, nnd a pneumalie af.
lectioiiiu my limbs, wliiclinlmostdeprivnd
me uf their use. that llio above coiuoleim.
had troubled me fur a long time one nf
iiiem inr several vears. und Ilia other nhuni
eighteen innnlha. Overcome by the pain
and ansiety occasioned by them, 1 had
given up all hopes of ever again enjoying
good health In this condition, I called
upon Dr. J. C. Young, and after the lapse
of five mouths, am perfectly well and
feel nearly at strong as I ever did. I csn
recommend every one affected tu hit care,
for he rured me, and list cured several of
my friends that 1 recommended tu lilt care.
anucieu witn utiierenl Ui.ei.os, some uf
mom uau cases, ul a very bad and danger
Given this my voluntary testimony iu
favor of Ur. J. ;. Young in hopes thai it
may induce all those afflicted tu call on
him, and avuid tho impostors who have
robbed inr, nut only of money, but to u
cerluln extent ol my lieulih.
1. F. LUNING.
Green Hurt Gulch, Kern River, J
September 'J, ItU'.ti.. .
DEAR Silt i It Is with pleasure that I
hasten tu answer vour letter ennoirln.
how I get along. I have entirely run,.
ered from tho complaints for which your
medical skill waa renuin-d. and 1 a..ur.
you I feel grateful lu you fur the health
now enjoy. Snatched as I was flnni llie
veiv jaws ol du ili and tared from an un.
told amount of aul.erintr Were I in il.
rity where I could do it, this would have
the solemnity of an oaih, but I am in a
mining camp, there is tin Justice of the
IVaea wilhiu several miles uf me, and su
you must publish without it. ) du not like
to name my disease, and I suppose It It not
requisite, as yuu trest all kinds of disease,
. .?'""." G.LAM1D0N
To Dh. J. C. Yob. o.
tuft Dr. .
Advertising Physieisn ol California. At
a meeting of the Nrdieal Faculty of this
State, called to Investissts the source of
malpractico that has caused so much tuf.
faring In this country, it wst unanimously
recommended thst all the afflicted should
consult Dr. Young, ss he was tho only re;
ularly educated J'lMsiciJii now sdvortsing
in Cslifornis, all others In bis Una btlnr
quscks and and Impostors, and are not tu
be trusted. The .dieted will pttiteta. o
notice, that there waa not nhvaieisn si
the meeting who had ever seen or hes.J
uf a single, csts of mslpraclice from fr
Vou tig, whilst not one ul them but had seen
anursberofrates from the foreign quscks,
who to ranntiugly set forlh their pie.
tended virtues iu the pulilio print.
Tl'9 abova facts should hi home In mind
by all seeking medical assistance
Think heaven, they aie getting thor.
"Uglily espoted, and it will not be lopg
oriure iney win nam to ay in country, lu
avoid the just indignation uf an nulugrd
public, 'i'liun will good people thank I)r.
Vo. ug fur his continued efTurts to banish
qua kerr from our midst.
V X YOUNG can he consulted from 3
A. to Br St., at hit office, corner Call,
rornis and Muutgomery streets, over the
Pacific Esprest Olfica. titn Francisco.
All tellers cooUlnlng the usutl ft a
of fjlt) will meet with prompt attention.
Regular Mall Ijln
OIIEGON CITY AND COKVALLIS.
TC beg leave to inform our friend.,
T both ill Orecou Terrllorv tnt C-U
ifornia, that wo conduct the Mail Line,
and are prepared Io secnminodalo psssen.
gois to and from Oregon City to Curvallit
upon the arrival of every U. ri. .Mall, at
well as carrying those of tho interior on
the tame ruulo.
Laavo Oregon City on every Mnnday
and U uduetday at 7, a. H Leave Sal.m
on every Saturday and Tuesday. Tho
Coaches will leave for Corvallit, with the
Mail upon the arrival ufthe Coaches frum
N li. Wu keep a Liverr unnn thamnii
reasonable terms. Purees m ll Li... I.
Money down, and no grumbling, makes
bun credit and friends lur life.
uiucu at llio Livery Subla.
KAY A DItEW.
C. f. RAT. T tt (snsriAf
Hfpt IG, 1850. 4Glf
MABtroti, Sent. 27ib. lfiSIT
rU. J. C YOUNGSir. Iim'n.werlo
J' your reuuetl. as lu how m r.i. i
...ni,;. i... i u . . . i -
. .....6 "..)(, i mima aiate mat I am per.
leciiy well, and have been su for about nor
mouth. I should have written before, but
.... ... '.nog losee it it wuuld return
I am now satisfied that I havo seen the
last of it. My case wss said lu tw a very
bad one by all llie phynr una thai examiu.
d me. They -II called it a men urial
dueaso.and said there 'wusuohulpforit."
iou railed it ecrorutoua.iuiied wilh a uier
curial allertiuii, and said yuu cuuld cure
iue. and t ou have dune su I can only
hank you fn it and recommend .11 r..'
suns amicled io give you a fair trial.
juursiuiueain, U. It. HAILS, Ja.
CONSTITUTIONAL DEBH.itv. on
J Seminal Weakness Dr. Young ad.
dresses thoso having injured themselves
by private and improper indulgence in the
secret aiid sblarv lml.it tl. .. ....... .i. i.j..
and mind, unfitting ,iem for eltltr blwf
nets or suciety. Tho following are sorno
orthe sad and melancholy otTscts nreduc
evl by early lubit uf jonih, vi wesks
'faille UoeU HaUcry
HpilE undsrsigued has ou hand, and is
,. . ."lw,J """'' ,0 """ufsctureto order,
all hinds of '
P s t r y ,
Con fee tin n try,
i i - t. -
i A!' ind' ,"r sf'uP nd vr ryi'hii-g In
Jils line nf bu.inew, usually found in
...v uuuircuuiinrys in in cities.
ror Weddincs. flails or I'm. He. -r. ... i...
good style, and at lis shortest notice
, , mi WSl IIEddK & CO.
Jacksonville. Dee. I. 2tf,
AUDlTQIt OF JACKBON COUNTY.
OFFICE At the .,t Ctfica, next door
io I'll Ityan's,
Jsrktnnvill. () T ,
And PENSIONS For SOLDIERS.
fpllE undersigned will attend to til. or o-
X. curing of Uounty Cauda, under the
Apt of March ad.leriS.furptjguntwimiu
mii irfu.j,y inusierrd lulu the United
Slatet seivice lur the ti rin of fourlren
days, or wore. Persons who were entag.
ed in either of ho Indian wars in this
country, and all widows and orphans ut
such persons, are entitled to lo'U uirisor.
land, and by forwarding the tieessary piocf
heir service toihe unde. signed, tho nf,
Ccial forms will be modeoui and furwaideds
lu the proper Department si Washington
which will ensure the relycn of a
For tho applicant,
H!v,u8 ompetent sgtnf at Washing.
.w... i, .u.uie, me i0 trsiitact tills kind ol
business with g,eM effieieoc-y and dlstwicb.
Address y, q. T'VAULT,
Jacksonville, O. T.
Clothing of all kin
tor sals tow, byj W RTH IINS
'f- ..oJ1- .