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fSmineff IBntttorp 4 I. A Hri WKIT-il A Oi D »<er» 1. aas*awaasj and Cail- > n -wr. Con. Mcai Oa;. icy , eie.. comer of CUy a»d Froat >:a. AI.LAV : nV\ I A CO, t .■• 1.1 issirn Marchaata, Clay st. u ( «t.irs A LWJP * <<1. C0m......!.™ Mercbu". Prtek Funding. J\. Callforaia str«sL be •• Vjutromerr. ail ALIFNVVC A C. i iiii ( «n«T of Watehea, Dlaasooda, ajd Fine J«wclry. I ♦« Clay rtreen, ap stairs ABKAM TAI.*ArM;F 4 CO., Cammlanßi. Merckaau, Front straet. hel. • Clay ml — —^— —^ —^—^^^^ AWboleaaie Dealo-r* in Groeeriaa. Froat .tree', betwaea Califaniia aa<l ts.er.menu>. ANTI A CO, Ranker, and Gold Dust Shippers, BloiitfwaierT between Commercial an. Clay. ABCrnt, A A <■< > . Mssala and Retail Idlers ia Bilh*. ».s* '• Chnnn, Manuiiaa Laoaa. Embroidrnes. Lbmb* Hosiery. Cl..r. L.«.i:»«" aad Gent*" I'adec Wear, and cene nl 1!: ■••' '1.-. ,'-y. Kiiatl ibhij street betwoea Sacramento tkßu C.lifon. . ' a«7 BADGFB. Wli.LMir G.. Importer mil Commnvion Mer I> ehaaL V.'if. •.■••.!>■ De.i*r ia Ready Made Clathiar, fi«a ITiftwor 81-x-k. Battery street, betwees Clay aad Merchant. nd .• - r fv-m CUy, BUS BAKKR. FRANK.. Cph.4.tery Goada. >os. IM snd 118 C!sy ■treet BAKRKTT a rHf.Kwuiili Waich aod ChrwaoßßMa: tl »kara. aaO lUo*fae», «naBB latomtan of Fin* Js w •try r; t» ntmnaiaii MOl memory street below Clay, si BAI.DM B Beokhtedor. Baaraaoai at. balow Mont paanßw. B«K".MT. M A .'ii. Importer, and H si »'sctur»-» .1 Clothing, i>e Emptr* Hi... . t-'f ralifnrni. St. up stain BaJMCT, <;i.:i r, ramm.saiaa ■maul. CaiUorßiast b*iw»en Front end Davis BW (1 At c> . .*..ui- <•< <r. and Bpiee Milli •* B-oadway,be»w»ia Daaaai sm Stoehion etreets Oder Frobl, bck*w Cemnn lal strvMst nl |»l.' .'i OOKLEY A CO., ■> ralssloi Merchsxu Froei I) streai. botweer CallforaJs .rr) Pine si BOLTON. I.Klvi". 1 CO, MereßAau aad Ageut. r. JL> Quicksilver, We Mnrcbant at. ml BRJTTAK, J W. ißßßoner and (raaoral Cssannastoa M« chaat. Rtovoa. Bhnl Meials. Hardwara, su. Sc Bad ISO Haaraaiaatii oawav. oaar fVaat. el BLaJUSTOH, J. S, Batlmaker. ovsr lbs Bhipchaßdiery raare of Peekbam at Dsvts. Clay strm wharf aS BBXOC ria.k.> * BESCAD, 14? > lay ara>t. Wh.ls asje aa4 R«tail Dry Oood. Imponara BRYANT A CO.'S agncslusj Warahoaaa sor»« Ban* ry aad Rlehmoaa sts si W."TEr> ai CO, • B. saner af Baiury Bbbl Her I • e*a>i eu .1 BRIGRAM. B " . (Ua* tnaaa of (irover. Baker 4r Co.'s »•-» •ft Mschine. No. IV> From .rrael, .p staira. f> TJRrwPTER A. CO, K. X , e5 Frocl atnet, eoroer ol 1 > CUy. BINGIUM 4 KIVMH IS anaßana] and Commnmtno Wiaakaats. » I Stinai ■treet Sar Fruciaco- aad 101 Wall, corner of From s:r.- t. \#w York. BONXSTIU.L * WILLISTON. B -ks. StaUonary, c. I M Clay etreet. aext to tbe Post < >mc*. BAUER, C, Gunsmith ; Jobbing done in Iroa. Bwaaa ud Cot.per; Washtafton streai, aext door to tbe Hall ol ■Ueords. BKANNA.N, 8, Masonic Hall, Second Floor, Mo&tgoruery slrret |>ANDM»NX. MF.LMrN A. CU. Importers ud Comm's J) siaa Merchants. «- From street. BBn^BBBBUfJFat (11. \\ ti..>-»l- Grocer, ud Comminioi BBareaoaaa, cor Frost aad Cs;for.ia sts BLANCHARD, II P. ti Co. Coauoiaaioa Merekaau Rat I. -< street. Bear Csl' '• 't,t» BLAKE. X.-» C M. Collegiate Instiute and B-;.tMti-Baardiac School, at Benicia. Oal B» • A CO, J M , Importer* ud D-sj rs m Ha'r) ware. Califorßla street. Bear Bat' ll»'""\ J ■ . As-rnt Banna L'uders/riura. Califeenia ai

-D over Sherwood A: Co s. 88188 Furci aure, Jacktoa street, u-.r corner of Ke*:rny. Brlei of Watches, Jew elry, t;r. t }'V> Montgott 'ry street Blory and <i!as«warr, H7 Montgn't.- rj e-tcet. BK'xiKSA MMTKK U .-.>u;e aad M<.oc> Broker. tW Mocta-oaseryatroat. C'sOlT* V >"' A US. Caatm .- Merchants, Battery street J comer of Clay. C- Bauery (Ueel, neat Union •treet. CI'TT! K. II F. at OO Wboleaale Grocers and Com Birsasoii Mercksjilß, i r ul street, between Clay ar.c hferckaat. Ct»' ■ •;: 1 .1 . J. II sV <"< 1 , Grocers, Ac, Froat street, neai Jackaon. Cl A DIBBLEK. Commission Merchacts, 111 Bat lery strrrt. near Merchant. I^ROWTHCR, GEO. T, lir.orter auc! Dealer in MaiVy 1.. SBTa, Brandies, tn... LtitieedorfT street, near Sacra xnento. rj J., Cocnminion Merehast. Agent foV^ tue Frru^h L'aderwritrrs, 10i Clay street, between San sosi. ear 1 Battery. CASTLE BK<«». i- ■ orvrsead [Halersla Ora:sries, Froi ' street, ii-.-.- Baeraaß*ato m\ (B Rea! l«tiu Btaak Umm * t»ry A, . . -. V. —-cis.nl stree. |.-» lloBI(Ottiery rj. ■■ CPKYmI.EbL IT L. * CO, fork, R«ef. and General Meraasta Fire-oroof btora, coraer Frocl aj.d r>acr«j.esiatraeu ml C' il- !.;".» crSHMAN i CO.. ti|K>rton and Dealers Ii 14. 1. (». Mrreoaadno, J-'ront straet, balwaaa rUoajuect. oad California auats ail COLEMA N, W T *. CO, Grocers, Wholesale, Califomi*tr«et corner Froat ml sTtLIrTOSO I CO. GLOBUE, Coniautaioa MercbantVy Cxy strrel ml (I CO. iv . •. itocsnudCoßßii -' ■ •' • t:aru. Fm*t street, fewweet Clay aad Waal inrton. si CVVarsaous. / r.aitiri .reel lUprereei- ■' •>) . roes Wodderspooc « fo.. Gissgiw, and i> -. ti Co. VaiparaiM ml (-.'.' l 1 .' ". - fiv * CO, ::.;,■:. and Ceuimiuioc Urn, ' '•.. r 1 Sazsose strsel. BTifnaßaiii Ij fhaaalii i■ I liciser, New York. ml i-:.A'l Jl. V. A CO, Importers, ahj ci Callforaia street CLARK. CBCBOI At CO, Coauaisn*. Mercbacu, B ' - • . - -• ■. Cka, lU Bioadwa> >'".-. ■ ■ r aat Merrbam aad Saaaaaaa. Cl , ltcil Lstate Age.i, IS4 Merckai;U Exdisngc. Cbbmbbb, 11" Siuisome streel. b»rw. ■ 1. Caaj and Coiuaaer-ial | '/.Ari. L J . P.i»s«i.n, corner of Moctromery and ' >*. : aani a -t--. > DIETZ, CLOtUIE. A CO, |-a:.,,.i. Ma««r.ct«rer>, aod I bib am is and Dealers ib Laaspa, Globe*, Chia* 1 -. s and W ick». Turpentine, Alcuhul bb! Buraiur Fluid, J '« WanaoHiiii street, Hu Fran. I - D- i. CO., Coaiu.asio. Harcaaaia, Battery attvet, halauin Pacific acd Jackson. D"i '.1.1.- D. H. lau>oriaraodPai>lmaorofßiaalc. sn.l iloaaar ... Faacy Goods, Ws.hia.io. atraot, between BBBarwy and iaa.aas i>. D»»B- A CO, Dealers v llaiJ>arc, California lUW , belwees Baailmi aad Bailnr)'. DAN X II;...- t CO, Shipping and Commisnon Mer V chaats. coraer Sansome and Merchant streets. DOBO. P, Kite Kir*. Fraooat street, aaar Markski

Di. Importer. . f Wiaaa, Froat aueet nrlsdißMs. D- BtcNTIL txi.. ..... , r , D< j Heiail Harowaxe, cuwt Kaiury and Ilalleck »ir. ,-ts. D* ii, Oeelvr. v *»« t^n^.l,. DotMB tic 1.,--. Calilstxia suert, 4 doors abeva Davis ml Da < -o, CataaißWiia Mtrchuis, bbmbo— strest ><ear lai ■• ail OBaahat, iir..., C.a—natal aad MoaT. gotaeiy Blrveta. m I |I»AU«H:H UNION IKON AMD BRASS M>K) It corsior of First aal M • 1.01. stmats, Haopy V.l>ey. kwoam Ea«t*a» ood l^oliars (at sale, aad ■arl.aary of all hMd. aoie v- «ra*r. all DITL'Y. 1 '•■■■ : Kl.-* at '" ■ D"..:.;«.t.i. Hortsuu Ba. ■^■■1 MM bets I'ae;5 1 aad Jackson. ail DLWITT, .•*;".:;:-!.> A . '.. Coo. ib'om Mcrtnanu * ' ;•:••-: 1 I ba.» .n.«str« . B l DICsVSCN, i.l WOLI- * ■ o . Coß.mi.sioc. iesruaiiu Eain*> anoat haa** W^.^s. a l T^SCHE. W.-.lii:i--s, t o, U,^ m . n .ml Coiuw.aau.i A_J Merceaals. Sax 2-raac:' < vi, -^..U'.i,, ;„„.. ,-,,, EN«EI^, HOOPI'.K * CO, latporters aoa -mmissiu» ■*-< il. rcjtaats, 13J *Vaaaiaflaa street, s .ula aioa, aoat H.i 1. •_..-.. i- 1 ' EDfVnKJM t HALLLY, Coniaiission Marrkaaia, Cal^u.. baa, '■ .* - .1 i " i." and travis. EA«TON, VV, «l.cture- aud |le.ler la OIU, W«m, DSMts Krtxt, B«tw«ssa Cliforci. aad H.cr.Baaas*. aneacßed. 8u«b«I, Baerai aaa i Polar Oil. eonstaatlt •-<■-■ a&4 ■■_■'■■ Onice «\". h>....ii EKX.*T, HKRBIANN. porter, of rgiars. Afeots for PulsfuAV Co, Hutu, earaer ot CUy aad Leidesdarfl Otn-..u ■ CtM A: HI.\CIILE*. P^.f, K^nir., c] im '■■■.1. fU K.vn ai. (seacrai i;.t jr , Brooklyn BaaaL aacnar ftaaoaaaa oad Broadw ay ptKEkCl] tc RLIiGLES, HuW.iiC.mii:.., lllJWi X tery nfaat IJTAKU ELL A CLkTIS. iaii.on, -. aad B*BBha* is Bbbß Caaodlery, i-JOj Wtsxf aaa CTUy Mrect aawn rVont FBASCK, t " t ", * CO, '-i — irrr aarl faamais lea "'.etc s^i.-, Wosnaurtoa street, betwaea aiaasome and *cat r ;.*ii» 7 . gSW fSS, ».McLrU, Paip C ■.diets aat. baajen lb Pro Js. t'.^^s, f. ■■.-•■;,«. ate. c*j**t «f rtat attd Faciae »W^« all r?£VS.TZ?, BELL a ctj, finHßimr.* VeTi.tu CaUV "■■—■■. hatwa s.«i*-oa»«ry. ml y"-!.^* 181 "'.* (XI, uaparten aod Ce«BBM-»nB * *«" t^ rr ' |ora«» stmi aad ttroadwtj. al BjaM SBBS LM* Bsj >

"?* Bnsinfts Direttorji. FKIEDI.AKI A <-<). r mtssioi. Morehauu El.hntr ti Co . Building. Califonti. >t near Front ml FRONTIV ConoaiKioß Merchant. Clay atroei. No. 65, (up stain,} between Battery and Front auaou. ttl GLADWIN, BKOTIII'.KS * CO, Commission Mercbanu, coraer Callforaia and Front streets. ml GORDON". GEORGE, over Dr.xel. Sath-r A. Cbarch's V ■ Bank Oflce, also of Go*. C»rdo. f. Sieea, Iroa Found ers, asd of James gmith Jt Co, Pile Drivers. ail GILDEMEESTER, DE FREMERY *. CO., Coauni*. > siou Merchants, <5 Califoral a slreeL tl GPT, ABEL. A/eat for P. A fmvLxmm, Baakar. Fan. W.«hiurioa street, sear Suisont*. ml GALLOWAY, JOSEPH, Folsom street Wharf, Piles and 1 Square Tialhrr. GLOVER, W. II ti CO, Commi.siou Merchant!, 50 California street. Bear Fn.nt. San Francisco. GROG AN A- LENT, Commission Merchants, corner Jaca•"ii and Siuisome streeta. KJHAL. BYR.NE A- CO, No. 5 Exchange Buildingsentrance on Wt.-hiurtt.ti street. ' I.NKLLA. JOSKPH Crockery and Glassware, 1&« *..* MontrooMiry Mrert. near Jaek<on. GlHit.- 4 Co, Commission Menhants, California atreal, * comer of Front __^___ 'I ll.li A LIGTNER. Commission Merchants and Wholesale Dr«I.T« in Provisions. <>roceries, Liquor* and Cirant, rorurr Cl»y «n.) Front ntwu ("•KKKN A- DANIEL, Furniture, corner of Monuomery » ■ aad ■ankaaa «trrets. C>OOHWt«. At CO, California street between Baltery ■ uid Krttnl /11HI11MAV BROS, Gr.Krr* al 1 General MerobacllM, *■ rVantatjaot haoßtaa c.iif. mta aad Paaraaßaats HI.RRI.IC}! 4. Co. Importers and Couuiiuion Mer ehanu. Clay sireot, o»itr r r..t HART. JAS,Hardware Dealer, California .treel, between Ssmnms and Rettery. ARROLD. RAN DELL * CO, Ooaeral Omaiisaioit Merchanu, 61l California .treet. HAI.K. W H., at CO, Intelligence and Comui'stloa Omce. 53 Washington street DBSEY. BOND at HALE, Merchuu, Santon*. beiweet California and Pine. B ] HETNEMANN, PICK at CO, Cmmlaaion Marchuita, Caaw, Between Ssnsniae and Battery. ml I WAYNES A- BOSWORTH, Shipping and Commtrsloi. I I Merrhanta, Importers and Dealers in Grocerir*, ProvisFruits, etc etc. Front sire«t, Bear Wathiugti.i,. ' w HAr»««.....,8an Franc isea. ..../. ■. boswobtb. HASTLKR. RAINES A CO., Commission March.au, Cal■forma Wreet, above Bans«ma. ml Hi, OCO. A- CO., CoK.-ral.sion M<rchanU. S.cs..n. atreei Ba*waJanß*nl ml HOLLENSBKCK Ml CO., Commission Merchui-s, corner Front au i Califoraia streets. m l JOSKI'HI. ISAAC R A CO, Importer, of, snd Desler* in W.iches, Jewelry Diamonds, Tool., Watch Materials, Fariry Gtmd*. Ac, Ac, 17ti Woshiucton sireri. WOHNSON. WM. .NKF.LV A; CO, Real Esuta Brokers, .* etc, BBBaafaatary street, uear Merehaut Jsl s. TORIX A CO., Variety Store, coruer Sausotue «" and .SacrAtuento streeta, I l'»l F. RICHARD M , Wa»hiucmn Mpaat, uear Front. •» CoinmiMion Merchant uid Dealer in Groceries, Provi. tons Wine*. Uanors and Oaaarol Men haadiaa KIMBALL, THOS. A Builder aud GnraanHt, Mercha Mreet. hetw. i. Moutgomery and SauMime. KLNG. JAS t,f WM . Bunker, Montr. "ier> Block, between Merchant and Washington sirets LORI i A VVIItB. Paper and Stationery Warehouse, No. 1 '- Sansome street LOWE, EBBETTS A. OO Commission Merahaiils, California street. 1,.M weei> Battery and Front LEPPIEN. sciiri.T/K A CO , Canfaraat .tre-i, be tv --*■■ u Montrnmery and LeiJes.i..rfTstreeu

LANGERMAN WM., taajmftaaß of Cigars and Tohscro, Moe.tgnmery street, near Jackson. LE CAfHIX'X Ie I. GALLEI French Imptrtets aud General '"n: uii'-ion Merchants, 65 Sacranieulo sts. LITTI A CO, Apothecaries ai;d Chemists, I:!T MontgoLj tß* r tnaal LAX.'ii A' CO., Commission Merchants, Brick Building, Jackson street, below IM.inlroiuery. m I IBrriEM. BCHULTZE A- CO , California niaal, hataiai J Mentgoaiery aiid LeideittlortT streeta. al LKo\AK:i Ie CO, J. B, Comminioii Merchants. Battery street near Haileck. ml I L'CAS, TIRNER A CO., ■lakma. IN M,«it*on-eiy, be • twreo S.rratnrutn and California. ml rl.'iil It si'KoVi, Books, Boaaaaaary, NetrspasMrt -i A>:., Wholesale and Retail, Montroniery street, between I'silfortili. vi.l S.cramrnlo. ml M*< iM.KA^ i. CO., Commission Merchants, comer of • 1 >_r-..n..- aud Pine »trr. ti si MARVIN ti HITCHCOCK, Importer, of For-ign and Boawtic Stationery, Montfonter) sire. 1, nesr Waxli- ■•-;: 'j. MOSES, B F. A BROTHER, Caaaoaa Merchauts, and liniH>»tersof Foreurn <ioo.ls. I.JJ CBB| street. \i.i;khii 1 i P., Monetary Areols. Ac, tc, «B *l Merehiutt «trrrl, Bolton. l: r..t A t.'o's Builrlmr. IIAKKVVAI.iI CASPAKI A CO. Importers and Coin- '• mission Merchants, Brick Builiiuir, Jackson Hrcot, above Montgomery. \l 11!. 1. 1 KJ B A CO, Ini!".rt-T> an! ("..iiiiuission Mer .Is. -..-..!.. 50 Front atroat, near California. M- i. CO, CoiumisMoa Mrr'l • ''-..;-. Fro&t street, Lirra Broadway and Vallejo -treets. iroRGAN, 1 L. * CO., G.-orrr, comer of Dnpont and -tl p.eifi. ftreets. MaeCAatTT A CO., J., C'iiiiuits.),>n BBBaJaBBn, Sacramento -tri'il M- DUISEKBEBjG ti CO, Commisision Merchauu, -•a 9.1 ciey nerrt, sbove Front, up stairs. MJ C. JR.. *i CO, Wine and Liquor Mer Cu«s.f-t corner rront and SaertmeiiTo r>Triyt a M.i 11.. Comciissiou Mercualit. Frout street, corner of CUy. « Ml HA.N ti Co.. Books and Sutiouery, Comnier•fX eial street, l«etweeu ilnuieotaery and Leidefcdorff. \ TcCANN A co. Iron. Coal, Mi.t.ls, etc., Jsckson street, .'A between Bauery and I r...it MATTOON, HASTEN A <<i Wholesale Grocer, and CeaaaatMao* rchauls. Froul str.-i-., between Sacrsaentc ar.d California strnr.ts. *1 cKINLAY, 6AJUUOCB tCO., Commission Merrh.uts, ■ '■ California street, above Sai'-.ime. ti •JRiJAN.C.U, Im;nrw, eorcer Clay and FrnM str-ets, J u;t it urt. t | VELI'IS * TlCllt.M lit, "■'Tr'*! a*.l "naniiilaa Mv .» esßkbta, Sau i (».,..-..,, lir Dock riimpanj, Steaart BVBMtarannt near r'.dsoaß. *| >'!-.<, KAI rt -CO.. Book.. Stationery, tc, *r*al end ' i>i .ii, No, r£> Sacramento strert, cornrr Mt>nlr..nirry. V EWTON, J. B. at CO, Coaimissioa Merchants, No. 3i i. ' Saerit- street US. l; H A P. A.. Importers and iMoksrs iv H ip Chandlery Stores, brick .lore, Davis street, near Caliloruia. Ol A, Coaanaani . Merchant. Wi Re.ue.ry Mroat vi »r ri.cramcnto. OGDEN tc HAY.M.S. Cb.nmi.sioo Merchuiia, Moors, Folffcr A- D.vis' P.i.teb, California street. pALMER, COOK Ie CO., Bmjkera, Keaxny streeUo »er a Waaniuirtoo. .1

"-"•"""" sl I >Ali! lIA VIGNIER, Importer, Commission and 0 -neral I M- reliant. rjamomr street, i.-ni of llaMßmßj t reels <*me* and Ltwwars, Swiss p;o uce. Fire-proof c. liar. IJttST * ■•>•; X l>.«imi*»ion Merchanu, Cuacitigham Mock, Front slrcrt. ,| PIOCHB, BAYESQCS o. CO, Commiasioi. Merch.uta I*4 day rtrret. sl ' UKUVUST, D k.. rrestrv.J Fruits, ManM, *c, Iroai l «jvn. abajM Pine. ,| I>r:TTLRS.soN. A.. Ship Broksf and Comm.- Mer a c^ant, corner Jackson and East street., (Up ftairt.) a|..>- In | ) M.X! X XI. WARD H Commiswoß Merchant, a*-li * '»eil>«. llsiard Po.der Comp.ny and the Miners' Palrnl yifty His. I rom strrrt, enrtmr »:.<-r.rti.rto. piERCK. V, Shipping .ml Commission Merchant, e^c, a • r Blarket and h.-i streets, up ti*ir* jy'-'l J»IPr.K..,KIFKI% 4 Co, In.porwrs of Cloihioi k (i.Kids. oaraat of Saasora* and Jackson stre.u, up I>rUCE. 15, ti CO, flaanaaiaa Men b.uia. Battery street. bat* J.cksou and Pacific |>Al'iliN 1. W, 1',, -i Dealer, IO Fiont street, corI uer of \V asiiinrton. I >ATI'J<K, JAMi> Au CO, Whole*.!* (iroeer* aaat CoiaI ailmtliß McrchauU,B.uery slreel, I ■?..... Jacksoa.nd Pacific. I>ROVOST, D It., IV-aler la I'r. . i.-.l Flam, Meats, Ac, CUlfuruia -.rt^t. b.^t tlie rom. r of Pine. UM i. JOHNSON Commission Mercbhuts M.... re, Foirer A Dzvis' Block, California street. IJ AIXiIM, j p a. CO, Dealers in oar Grain aasl IV every Mrtsts; uf t'.r. ra scu iMme.tie i'roiluce. Cl»> -•.r.» 1. between l>niin and E«»t, Su Francisco. IJ. P. Ray in. nd, W . P Kaymoed. I > ANrsl.N *J **Z «waiini«»aa Me.rcßants, Bauery Btree^ II belsvreu -ihcWMl HroMlway. |» ANI.',LPH. W C, W.u.h Maker v.4 J*.eior, IH .M'.-iiri 111. ry street. • |» Hll.l JAS L, A CO, Auctioneers, ccraer of SanIV «on,i and Piae itnaa. Xl L A CO^ Co:iiii:is.i un and Miippiug Mer » V ... k. : .. ■ Btwof Bnck Su>re, Battery strost. Boat ■Vsasssafsaa, |>OGi:i:s II I'I'LLERTON, Shipping and Cobiiuusiol k\, Mer.-hii.is, i! .1:. , } street, near \ alleju. |» aim; -Mi. 1; E. t Oanaral shipping and Conimissioa ■• Merchant, T; Davis near CUy. U' Shipping aad OoaußHtioo Mer eaart,, »• Battery arreet. I » OLLJJiiXJN Ie CO, J. R, ComMi^ion Merchants, CallAY foroia street, l«-t«-rrB >aa»Bie ao* lUrtrry. Rtrt.LI.V3IJ!. t CO, J. R, Como.is.ion Harehuita. IV I •■ :t strw, trt.rrß C»lif..mia mhl Pi... mMn "^"' J^OIiLiITSON, J.U.ta,L, coal tardJ^Clay .troM.

£f cal Notirrs. IN THK lIIOTKMT I'niKT OF TIIK FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. — In the matter of the petilioD of George E. Watriss, an invtlvcnt debtor. Pun-uant to an ordrr of the Hon. Delos Lake, Judge of the said Court, uotiee is hereby given to all the creditors of ibe aaai insolvent, to be and appear before th» Judre of said Fourth District Coun, in open court, at lb» Court Room of said Court, in th. City Hull, iv tbe city of S.;n Francisco, on the twelfth day of Jnly.l ,at 10 o'clock, A. M. ofihst day, then and there to show ■ se, if any they can, why the prayer of said insolvent should not he granted, aad an assignment of his estate be made, and he be discharged from his debts as an insolvent debtor. Witness my hand and the seal of the Court, ihia Bth day of June, A. D., 1555. THOMAS HAYF.B, Clerk. By J"H» C Cobbktt, Dept. Clerk. E. Stakt-Kt. Attorn*v for Prtitioner. |e9-3<>* 1!V TIIK DI.TItHT s.l'lC'l' OC TIIK FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TIIE STATE OK (Al.ll CMtltlaV— tbe matter of llie petition of Ji-. pli Begin, ail insolvent debtor. Pursuant to an "I' rof the Hon. Dcloi lake. Judge nf said Fourth Juilnial District, notice is hereby given to all the creditors of the said Insolvent, to he aud ap|iear before the Hon. li.-lo^ Lake aforesaid, in aaai court, at the ruurt room »f bbbl Court, in the City Hall, iv tbe City af Sun Francisco, on the Tlh day of July, A. 1)., 1855, at 10 o'clock, A.M., of that day, then and there to show cause why the |irayrr of said Insolvent should not be granted, and an aasignment of his e-tate be made and he be discharged from his debts a* an insolvent debtor. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, this first day of June, A. D., IHM. THOMAS HAVES, Clerk. By Jonn C. Cobbbtt, Deputy Clerk. Bit*, ti Lawrenr". Atl.tr--ev« for MT'otier. jrS-39 ■ IV TIIK DISTRICT C'OL'RT OF THK Ja. Fourth Judicial llintr.' tof the State of California— ln the matter of the petition of GEORGL W. TOPPING, vi ln<olvmt Debtor. Pur-..nt to an order of the Hon. Delos Lske, Judge of the District Court sforesaid, nolle,- is hereby riven to all the re.iit.tr- a/ ihe said insolvent. Oowag W. Topping, to lie amlnp|e4r fore the Juri^e of said '"urt, in open C.turt. at tl.e Court Room of said Court, iv th- City Hall, in the ity i.l Sai. FntariKco. on the I Mi day of July, A.D. 1855. at li' o'dol AM. ot th.t day, th«tn antl ili.-rr to show cause, if any they can, why the Bfayai of said insolvent should not be granted, ard an a*t>irnmrnt of his estate be made, aud he be discharged from lu*.lrttt« a. an insolvent debtor. W 11 11 1— vi) hand and the Seal of mii I Court this thirteenth day of June, A.D. l&S. THOMAS HAVES Clerk. By John C. Cobbktt. Rates Ie Lawrence, Att'y* for I iv.nt jel4-3ft AU.niiVIMTKATOK'M Mil ■< X NOTICE is harawi nvaaia all aaraanl having clainit. against the Est.IeofHENKYP. KlCllARDBON.deeeued.tn pre sent the same to the uudcrsirned, GEORGE P. RICHARDSON, the Administrator of the said Estate, duly app.'lllt. by the Probate Court ofthe Couuty of S.n Francisco, in the place and stead Horatio P. Wiliis. the Administrator heretofore appointed, nt llie oflioe of F. 11. Wells, No. 135 MontMBjar* street, city of San Francisco, before tha l«t day of i.t"l.r. I)C>5, or their aaid elaiaai will be barred. GEORGE f. RICHARDSON, Administrator, *c. Dated June *>. In">s. je2l-lm EXBC-1, IUX DBPABTAtXHT, I Sacrames y O!YB Tll(ll-IAM) noi.l.Altst It K WARD. Y\7IIKRKAA, ON THE EVENING OF THE sth • v of March, an affray secured al Negro Hill, in Ihe County of El Dorado, iv which one liirris was woi'nded, and one Hoary Bell was murdered ; and. whereas, said murder w as l.cli* ve:i to hnve been committed by three men, viz: Solomon Ratbburn, Mi»'-> Drew and Tmi.sen, alias John Marsh; and, whereas, the taid Raihburn, Drew and TenUsen, iiiir.ie.li:tiily afier having comiaitled said act, fled from ju slice. Now. therefore, in pursuance of an act entitled "Ad Act authorizing Ihe Gov. to oiler reward, for the apprehensiou oferimin.l.," passed AprilSS, 1851, I hereby aaWtaa sum of Oa* Thoaraad Dollan (SI,IKM),) s- a reward for the apJ.reh -ii-tfin and caBBBntBBBBt of saiil fii!;ilive.s from justice in the Jail ol any County within the Btalfl of CaJiioraia. '•»-*"^\ Witness my hand and the Great Sral of t ) tlie Stnle of Califoraia, al the City of Sac- < 1.. S. \ rameuto, tbis the 2?Ui day of March, A. D., — -~- JOHN BIGLER, Covernor Att. m, 1. W. Banrfajn, Sec of Staio. DESCRIPTION OF TENISSEN. Height: alioui 5 feel IU inches; hair, liri.l brown j eyea, blue or grey, with n s<'ar over the left"; nose, long and straight: chin, rather projecting; complexion, sallow ; face, long and thin, slightly wrinkled: age., apparrully about 33 or 3* year DESCRIPTION OF SOLOMON RATIIBUN. H-'ielll, about live fret B inches , hair, sandy or light au burn, cut short; ajma. light blue . Baaa, lour, thin and ta> k ed ; chin, uiedluin -i.e. complexion, fair; tneak lint. l. face, long and thiii ; a<rr, apparently about 24 veers; neck, small; spare in ut ml appcarancr, and always carries a pi.-l-.1. DESCRIPTION OF MOSES DREW. Height, at.oul »ix feel and 3or 4 inches, well proportioned, limbs long; kair, brown; ryes, blue; ii.i.c, luiilluin size, rather turned up; cliiu, raaiar .mall and retreating; complexion, f.ir; face BBti head mlher small in proporllou, age about -- vrars. a|*>

IIAVANA_CIGAIIS. „-f - -T^f Till-: I>»ER!iK..M!D HAVE <Lrt.'.^^ 111 -CKIVKII I'l .ll THEIB MONTHLY BUPPLY OF Genuino Havana Cigars! Wliich are otTerel for sale by ST. 1.0-li T, I.KVV 4: CO., je9-3m 170 II II BH 888 BIJ -treat. .UEUtAVIII.K iihrarv ASSOCIA. TIKIS UF MAN fKAX'IMtO. Orinniwd Junuory sl4th, J"<a:i. tVaaßß*ax— BEinLT M. lIAI.K »V« i'r«A«-\»» 11. STEVENS. Rf.nriir.g Swttara JOHN 11. GARDINER. CurrrrputidiKg Sfcrflcry- K. A. WOODWORTH IVaawar— «TKEß RIDDELL. annatwanwl Wm. R Wad.wonh, Ira P. Rankin, J IL Purkut, A. W. M. Kee, J. M. Coaghlla, W. A. Macondray, R. X Brßwster. R. D. W. Davis. J. B. Newton, LIKKAKY and READING ROOMS in Montgomery Rlork Opon a*«ry d.y and evening, and from U to 1 P. M em day, exclusively f..r 1- ji.--. or gentleiatsn accompanying Istit The Institution la apaa to all classes of ihe community, an*' trie yotiug nun of Sau Francisco «f every calling, profe»sioi. sv'l pursuit, are earnestly iuvitrd to participate in the ad vsutaces it i.ti.-rs. The Lihriry contains uearly four thou sand raaaßßlß, c;'refull\ aud judiciously M>lrcted, cumprisins siauy ttf the best standard works in the English langusge besides many valuable work, in French, Spanish. Grrman Ice Thr BBBBBBBJ Room i- spiicious and comfortal.ly ar ranged, and is attundaiitly supplird with Newspapers, Maga zincs. f'eriotlicals aii'i 111-i-'r Works from all parts of tbe globe. txbms or Brr.YSIBI.HIF An institution fee of five dillura, and a monthly payment of aa dollar ctnft-rs s rm Bmorahiß, wu!i ail the aalvaatam f and benrf.ts of the Institution. A Baha. riatiaa of twenty -rive dollars entitles the ■aawnnni lo a ccrtif.cate for one ahara of Block, rtißkiar him a joint Bamarol thr properties of the Institution, which share oi •to, k is ir«.i-*--T;iM'\ and enlitlrs the lioldi-.r thrrrof to all thi ts-n-it- aforrsatd, on ths pHytnrni .if one .lolUr |'er month. A Boyaaaai afana kandrad dollars constitute a Lnw Mem bership, witlutut any f^-rtln i dues or p.ytueuu. Subscription books m open at the rooms of tbe Associa ti*n. Contributions ofhof-lut, Bsjinsrripts. msps, charts orothei liter .ri BsarteiT, wil bu thuikfuliy received and July ac kastwiedirad San Franri.ro. Ja-uary IKM. j25 Trinity Grammar School. Poat atrrfi, l».t«v«m -fafon nnd l*o«rrll aita. PRINCIPAL, J. CHITTENDEN. Assistant., A. LOrWnfjjMtfJ, S. HraaAXA. Till* I^ttTITI'TIO^, DIVIDED INTO TIIK S High School and l.owrr • ■ i. rnihr.ee rvrry suhjecl uur' ' :it s-hmi!- rf the best Mm rin thr>* . it< <1 Stale* ai.il Mtia'.Aitd. Parrnts may be assured that errry exrrtioti is usrd i.i B1f« the pnpils 10 the prrfor*nnnce of their duties, so as to secure speedy nui.rui ■■:.<• l. in every 1! 1 .irt.nr m ol tbrir l.il»*. Thr Huillinr, errrtrd fo the purpose, I. lony, wrll vrn tilmcil, and a.l.ipt. I in eirry rcpect to the he Ith, comfort aud t'..nvt-nirncr of the stu.lrpts. In thr Lower S«'tii»*>l, youncrr pupils receive solid instnlction in .11 i l«mr*nt*iri braaciM*; aud sre forwanlrd la dM rUssr. of th* llu-'i School as kmmi as tl .r knowlc<lf e tril |H-rniil. Ia ihr Hich School, br.idrs the n.ual ritssical and inatht rnatiral course, S;i.ni'-h. Frrnt:h, and other moilern lan gusges. a. well as Music, Drawing, Paiutiug, Ca'irraphy aud II" k Keeping, etc., ate tagcbl, if .I'-irr", w.tLout any ex trarhnri,'* Terms (paid in advance) Lower Prho«i..slo per month. Terms , mm. \m adv.urr) Hiirii School). |19 i»-r month Books and Btalioswry are eharfMi ai wht.si-s.le prices. Prosprctu.. coctatning t-irn, ' and plan of education m.y hr had oft 1! ptinnpal Book ~i-!!»rs. Private rc.idel.rr of the Principal, I*^s Stockton street, second house limn the uorthwest corner ni'Hu-h street. als.tin ikyim; HOUSE. HEW YORK. Till* POI'IIAK (Ml HHI. KM>\% . I-, i «lili«hmeiii has r«*cevtly uml. ■ tr 1 ■ thorouxh alter-

atinn* to meet lie p esen: raaag* now a. iirrin* 10 me BMaaaavaaaßi It will re-oprn t,n aßßnaay, Ma] U>, on the I.I •R.iPF.W AM) AMERICAN ri.AN. combined with tha s.mr t l.-r:-nl Dialaf Boaaaa aa Wraaa* f.,rr; with T.tilts d'lloln ia Ladies t>rdinary, which svill be Ihrowii ■ j" 11 to ihe public from Chauibrrs ilrcel and lliou.lW.V '-H I -IH-* S. It expected Ibe Hotel will raert vti'htlte ItßaJ fnvor fiti'ii t.i- publir; also fram faaiiliiia and prriii.uem ho*rd>-r* — as 1 \.t_i i.i, ii. .ii »iii hi p. id to gursts al Biadaißlii charrrs. The Irving Haana t.as lie. n Bewsy furnishrd and patnt.-d throuirlioui, with various iaiarovßßßi nt- adilwl '1 ha wliole to In c.nduelrd It Mr. 11.1 lAM II lU'ilkul who is well known for II- -kill *nd grntlrmanly dnporlment, which of Itself 1. a BBBwaaßßs for It- future 8881 I Tbe rooms will be riinrr^d 1.-r t-eparalrly, aud price governed according '.» sisej aad laialli'sj. jy«-tf t'Ai.vin Itt KIM.. FIKE-rROOF DOORS AND I'.ANK VAULTS, Maiden lane, rr^r of Metropnlit.-tn Theatre, bam FRANCISCO. r.iacksinithing la all In) branrh. s done with di.patch. All orders fri.m tli. iuleiior punctually .tirud.'d to. t*a* Secoud-band D.tor* and £SfiUt;ers constantly on hand. jyjtf X'O'l'li l.f»> I.L ost hy the uTider-'iiiieti. on or aW about the I'.ih i,tsl . whilr itt Nevada City or on the way from said place ta Saa Pr.uci.co, t- note tlalt.l lulh Juii" for $1 <j< 1, signed l.y J li.ucheroTi « Ahn.li- Frrrrs, at Ma mouths, 10 the order of Mest-r* J M. I'.-intitnre- tc C" and ananawM l»> ths latlrr. 'I ka i ahna i- haßßh* warned •giiurt trt'llf for the .Hid llnlc, llie i.irut thereof hxvme been -ti'l'j..l in the kaad. ol the drawer.. <i. MONETTA. San Fr ti:. i-co. July I I. tw.Vi jiJ'.|,«« TATK OF C.tl.lflliniA, CdI'XTY OK Hail FKAM'Isro- In ihe lli-trict('ourt of the I ogrtli J.I. il 1.1 Di-lric — ALBKHT K. 111:1.11 Plaimill rs W I!. DINSMdKF. D. II lIASKKi I. AI.VIN ADAMS, I I)\V S. SAM'OKD, and S. M. SHOLMAKKK, late pa.lncrs unil.r th* firm an.l l> Ie of Adam. Co , II- fendalits — Action tin in- 'it iv th. ll:slrict Court ol l!ie Fourth Judicial |.|-trt. I, snd thr rnmplrtii.t led in the city aad eoant) oi Baa Frsn cisro, in Ihe oftV-e of tbe Clerk ol .i.t [>isirlct € 'onri Ihe I'eople . r the Slate i*f California -en.l grerling io Willism I. IMitsmo b, Ii II --h.il, Ahu Aduits, Kiliiurd B Sanford and S. M. Shoeni.ikrr : Inl are aßaahfl rt i|iiii''.t to ap|tear ill an action brought arainst you by the above named plai^till, iv the Ih-tini Court of tie I ourth Judicial Disirict, in and for the county of San Francisco, and tn answer the lutnplallil I. .cd llti lei',, (a copy of which a.coinitaiiieii this nnßßMan) wiibin ten days (exclusive of ihe d.y of service) after tke srrvicr on you of this summons, if served within ibi. county; or if »er*,.l out of this county, then within forty dsys— or judgiii'in by default v iii 1,, |afcanaa*J si you 'Hie aaM artiou is brought to recover the sum of $11.10 aae iha piaiaiiaT from the defeadaata upon certain c.-ruti cates i>f drposii Bali by said defendant, an-1 particularly dr. scribed in the comrUiut ia this causr, snd f.r Ike like sum "I'"" «, count Inr iioi:ey hid and received »i'u iutereit until p«id and com. or suit, ai.d if ou fail ••• «iip"ar and mi-»cr tin said 'complaint as al.ove required, tlio said PlainlKl will Uke judgtiTnt araiasi you for aiid >uui of (1 130 witli inter e-t and costs of suit, Gtyru '"my hand and the s. aloft c Di-trict Court of the ro.rth Judicial Di.irirt, ,',,. 2M day of June, i-Uh yrar of our Lo.-d oae tliousaiul right hundred and liity five THOMAS HAYKS, Clerk. By Jonn C. Coaasrr, llepu:y Clark. L.ckwood, Tyler t Wail.cc, Pliff's AUurneyt. je3B-law3ia

" ??? "'**' £egol 2Coticco?' J """ l """'"'"'"" i TATK OF CAI.IFORIMA, COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO— In the lli-trictC.turt of the Twelfth Judirial District— EDWAßD LALEY, Piauniil. t». PATRICK DOWDALL. Jr. Defendant— Action broucht in the District Court of tbe Twelfth Jii.licial District, and tlie complaint filed in the city and county of San Francisco, in the office of the clrrk of said District Court. The People of the St.tr. of California send Greeting to PATRICK DOWDALL. Jr. You are hereby required to appear in an action brourhl against you by the above named Plaintiff, i:i the District Court of the Twelfth Judicial District, in and for the county of San Francisco, and to answer the complaint filed therein (a copy of which accompanies this (uunuoas) within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service *n you of this summons, if served within this county; or, if -i-rved out of this county. then within fortydays, or judgment by default will he taken arainst you. The said aciion is brought to recover tha anni of *Hsii. with interest thereon from the ISth day of July. A D. MkM, at the rate of four per cent, per month, due sa*d Plaintiff on a certain pr.imn«orv note m.de by you on the day and ; ear last aforesaid, and more fully set forth in the ciiliiplaiilt in iliis action ; an lif you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the laid Plamliir will Uke ludgment again.t you for said mm of $350, with interest as aforesaid, and co>ts of suit. Given under mm hand and the seal of the Di>trict Court of the Twelfth Judicial Di-lrict, this fourteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five. TIIOS. lIAYE3, Clerk. By OTMAR CALER, Deputy Clerk. Upon reading and filing tke affidavit of Edward Laley, the abova named plaintiff, by which it satisfactorily appears to me that the defendant, Patrick Dowdall, Jr .", is absent from the Slate of California, that the said defendant is a proper and nretsary party to this action and that a valid cause of actioa exists against the said defendant in favor of the said plaintiff, and that tha residence of uid defendant il unknown, It i- therefore ordered that the sumirons herein be served upon the BBid defendant by publication of the summons in ih- Daily Alta California, a newspaper publi-hrd in the city of Saa Francisco, at least once a week for the period of three months. Dated June 14th. 1855. (Signed) EDWARD NORTON. „ Judre Twelfth Di-lrict. Chas. McC. Delany Att'y for Plaintiff. jelS law3m STATK OF (UI.IFOICMA-COUNTY OF SAN KKANCISCO-liuhp District Court of the Fourth Judicial District. Joseph C. Palmer and Edward Jones, Plaiutitls. Gabriel B. Po«l, George T. Upham, Jaaaal A. Post, William Friel, Aaaa Friel aad Daniel Deal, Defendants Action hranfht in the District Court of the Fourth Judicial Ili-trict. and the Complaint filed in the City and Couuly of San Francisco, lv the office of the Clerk of said DMtrlct Court. The People ofthe State of California, send Greeting: To Daniel l)e»l, impleaded with others. You are hereby required lo appear in an actiou brought against you by the ah*** mined Plaintiffs, iv the District Court of the Foartb Judicial District, in and for the County of San Francisco, and to answer the Comphiint filed therein, (a copy of which accompanies ihii summons,) within im days (exclusive ol Ihe day of aervice.) after the service on yon of this summons, if served within this County ; or if served out of this County, then within forty — orjudgment by default will be taken agau.-t you. The said action is brourht to recover the possession ol certain property and real estate described in the complaint, aa also the sum of five thousand dollars damages for the unlawful detaining of the possession of said premises, and il you fail la appear and answer the said Complaint as above required, the said Plaintiff will apply to the Court for Ihe relief demanded therein. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial Ili-irict, this sth day of April, iv the year o. our Lord one thousand ei;ht hundred and fifty-five. THOMAS HAVES, Clerk. By JtiHR C. Cobbitt. Deputy Clerk. Lockwood, Tyler i Wallace, Plaintiffs Att'y. ___^ ap7 3mlaw STATK OF CAI.IFOKKIA, COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO— Ia District Caart Fourth Judicial District— THE PEOPI i;,,r <ha m..i- of Califaraia ex. rat Attoraai Georral is JOSEPH L. FOLBOM aud others. WThareaa J. K. McConnell, Attorney General of tha State of California, has this day filed in raid Court an information setting fort, that on the 18tb day of May, A.D 1848, one William A. Leidexdorff di-.il in whnt is now the Stste nf Ctlilii'int. seized of certain real c.late particularly described in said information, situate in whal i. now the city of Raa Fiaaclma, in said State, without any demise thereof an>l leaving no h»irs or representatives capable of holding the raid i -lale. aul that by reason af ihe premise* the BBM e«tate bath .--cheat- ,1 to th. said Slate, and t'lat the said State ot California hath right by law to the said esute, t.t. relher it!i Ihfl ret and Beanßl accruing from the date of the .lealh of said 1..'1'1--.1..r1T; It is ordered th.t all persons interested in said real estate l.eitr BBd -lit cause, if any BBB) have. » ithin thirty il.yIrani Ik* d.te of thi. order, whyth* said aatatt should nut be ve-led in 111 said Slate of Calif.irllla >tld that this "nler be puhli-lied for one ni.tnth from ll.i» itute hi the Daily Alia California, a newspaper paMisbed iv said Fourth Judicial Di trict. D. LAKE, Di triet Judge. A true xv ! correct copy of the original order, vow aa file in my office. Attt-t : THOMAS HAVES, Clerk. By JOHN C. CORBETT. Deputy > lerk jels-lui STATK OF (AI.Ir'OKVIA COUNTY OF SAN ►^ FltA.\<°lX'O In the |l|-iri. I Court of the Fourth Ju dicial liulriet— OLlVlA C. SMITH. riajMtf, v- EDWIN

J. SMITH, llefi'iidunt— Art itm brought 111 the District Court ofthe I". >ii' ih J.j.l i. v] District, aud 111. eoamplaial filed iv Ihe city 'iii.l iai* .il San Francisco, iv the oflice of the Clerk of M.id ' trii t Court. The People of lh3 State of California send Grectiug In EdwiaJ nan: 1 ia uri- karoßj reijinred to appear in au action brought .ii'.tiii^t \..ii by tbe above named i-htiniiif, in the District < "urt of the Fourth Judicial DUlrict, in and for the county "f Baa rr.i:ieis ( .r>. and to BBOWOr the complaint Illed therein (a copy of which bm paaiaa this summon.) withiu laa days (exclosin of the day of arrvice) aiier the service on you of thi. sumiuons, if served within this couaty; "r if -' i». il out of this county. then nluu forty days— or judgin. 1 1 hy default will be takaa BraJaal you. Tat said action is hf Bf hi to obtain fiom you a divorce m favor of the pluinliir, and both Baniaa raY freed fnim the oliliiratiou of ihr Btaf liaß* COBUad existing betwesn the I'l.iintih" and yourself, and if yoa fail la appear and answer the -mil (-..tii|il.iit.i. as hlniv-' retjuirrd, Uie said olaialiff will proceed according 10 law to attain the dissolution of the rosrriiire contract l«-l«een you Bad the pl.uutiir. Given under mv Band and 1:1. sc.l of the Hi-tnct Ci.iirt of the r.'jrln Judicial Ili-inel. ti.i- -.Mill day of May, In tile year of our Lord to* thou-aie! eurhl hundred and lifiy-five. THOMAS HATES, Clerk. By Onui Catrb, Deputy Clerk. in3D-3.1t NOIKIi. Statk I'bbUbVßSb'i Orricx, \ Sacr.inieiiMi. June lot, IB3S. ) IWII.I. RECEIVE PROPOSAL!) POR TIIE BUR 1.1 MX.I! of STATE PRISON itONUS up 1.. the 11.-1 Monday in lary a ixt, tt. the extent of Bia Tanasaail DolI •-. nrrec.lily 10 ttie provisions contained in th* Us h and It ill Hecioaa ol **Aa Act pr.ividinr for ibe erection of a State Pri-on, and declating null sud void the existing State i-i.ii .i.ii'rft' t," approved May Illk, lr*.'it. X.. propo-jl wi'l be coniidere! if more thaa par aid ia terest is uuniacded. 8 A. McMK.AN-: j-12 Stite Trr»snrer. T II X OF VALIPOUniA- COUNTY iF Xl S.n Fisreiseo. District C*nrt of ihe Fo«rth Judicial lii-tiiet - EDWABD A GIIIFFITHS ra Hi- . lit.trI'eiiii.n f..r di- harge under the law for the Relief of liifo!veiit D. btors, Ac. In pursuance of mi BBBs this day made by the lion J S. 11.i;. r, Ju -ig.- ofthe District I'ourt afarai aad, Miiefl ia bar*. In giveuloa'l ihe CtwaoMraaftJai said E.iwsrd A. Griffiths, tha. Ikrjr ba aad appear b> fore the 11.... J S II .f afo>esaid, st Chaarhati or in open Cnurt, on 1 lie I tin dty of An rust ne\t. at I" o'clork, in tha torrnoon of thai il iy, ai 'lie ouri ro..m of aay Court, in tha City Hull, la tha I Itj of San F> a' cisco, to »h'.w aaßaa if they can, why an anirn mem ofthe estate of me s.id , .Ivent shnuld i-.i be made, su.l he tte ili-t h.r F - etl Iroiii aWhtl And it w.s a'*o itr dr.red that all piocralior. ag.insl <ul lii-rt'vent I.- stayed. THOfl HAYf S, I.ii. By J..11N C. *'"M!IKTr. Dep. ''lerk. Csl.li M.ir'i. Atl'y for iVniionrr. jyli:ii« SI A IK «»l-' (AI.IrOIIMA, lIIIVIV OF r5 SANFRAXtLSCO— In the Distnet Curt of tbt I2U Jiilieinl Di-tnet. - kR IH B IINI kml JOSEPH S. GARwVOII PlaaiiOs vs. WILLIAM HASTVand JOHN KINGSB XV .'. ii .in.. Aeii..n lir.mi.-lit in tbe Ili-tri, Court nf the Twelfth Judicial Hi -trirt. .nd ihe tßßaajaaa) complaint ril-d in th city .n.l coui.tv of S.n Fraaj in trie aa*at of ihe clerk of ■aid In I n.l Canrt. The Paapla*. tbe State of California send rreeiini to William ll.i-tv an.l J .hu King»hury — You ar* haruky moalnai to nppetir laaa s.tin krwafhi srniu.iy.iu by iha shove nnni.d Blaßßßata, 111 the Di'tricl Coutt of Ihe Twelfth Judicial Di.trict in and for the C-mnty of San I'liiiei-e and to answer ihe amenJed complaint liled therein, (a ropy "f »ln. h accompanies this summons,) within ten days, (exclusive of the day of service,) lAartht service on yoa of thi. taanaaaa— 4f served within ihu eaaa ty; or if ser»rd ir,: of thi. roumy, thro withia f.trty days or jii.tpiiiriit hy dalaah will be laka* arainst you. Th* Said aCtioß ia l.r'.Ulhtto tee.v. r tkaaam of ll,:.."l C\ and latavaot from tb. I'.t'i May l-."il, l.'i:-.r th.* b.lnucr of Mil aeroonl for c.'lllfii due by defrnaants, and fiat the n.'.-r. - : r.-r n.oney aitvnnerd .aid aofaodaa-i aod foi wo. k, labor snl service, done aad prrfonne.l by said plain-url-i at -tti-i ilalhadßiila reque-t, ani f'»r Boaaa, ware, and in. rr'.an.lize -i.1.l and ilelivei.i! by pUnuaT to defeadaats, and for .11 r- sums of i!..i'ev paid out aud expended by pl.intiifs fnr defendants at their request, 1...- :i.: i. r with costs ofruit . and if you I. in to spprar and answer sail! amended eoiupUint a. above reoairwi, tha said aWnttf will ta«e ju.'iiMiiii fur the •inn of $44,5'J9 (3, interest and co-ts of suit. Givrn endrr my kaad and the sral of the District Court of lII.' Twrllth J. Inl I l>l-trn till- vil.h d.iy af Febiuary, iv thr year of our Lord oa* thousMnd cirri iiutir.il and liii\five. THOMAS HAVES, Clark. Ry Otmab Caltcb. Papoty Clark. j. l.n UTatl lIV «:.«!. IFOIt.MA- OF r3 SAN i;\\( I>CO lii Ihe ili-inel C.tlirl ..I th. K'.ilrlh Judicial District 1 MERRICK li REED, plaintiff", n WM. H DINSMORK DANIEL II lIASKKI.I. ALVIN ADAMS,

EDWARD 8 HAMIFORII, ud S. M. HHOEJf AKER, lale I'jrtner- iin.l. r the >lj|e a -. Crtn of ADAMS Ie CO., .1.- . i,.l ants. Action lirourht in th. District Court of the Fourth JuHieial In. trirt, and the complaint aaas in l!ir- City and Couuty "I (tea Francisco, iv the ..frier of t!i. Cleik of said Di-ttici Ci.urt The IVoi.le of the Slate of California send ling: ToY\illiiunß ilmtni'.rr. llanirl II ll.skrll, Alvia AnBBM, Ldwar.! S Siiiid.urd, and B M. Shoemaker, l.ir partners • Lilcrllic linn of Allans Ie Co. You attt lier.hvi. ,ifd 10 sppear iv a'i action l.r.'iichi arainsi you by the *.b»va rained platiliff, ii the Ilislrnl ' "'ri "I the t Ik Jn.l' Ilistriri, in and lor the CoßjMj ol S.u Fraix'isro, and I.' -. »er tlie roreplwnt till il therein (acopy Ol W : llih aecomp.»:ig tt.is summons.) wilh in irn d.y. (rtilu.ive of the d.y •• bbiiliii alter Ibe BBrrisaaa you ..I iii. summons, if served within this eouuly ; or if •ervrd out ofinis •"iiity. ihen wiihm (any days— or judg. mmi hy ilt 111 1 It will 1..- take.ll again«t yo. 'I'll-- said aei ion is i,r. iivlii tn raeooar the bbbb of twwft* I'undre.i i..1.t. ana Ih* BtaiauaT l'r..ni thr defendant, upon crri.i.. aarlttcaaas ■fdapasai m.dn bl s.id tie et.dsnt- aud pamrularly described io IBM c >inpl..uii in ihu rause. ai d .or the like sum iiim.ii a ci.imt, f., r m .ney had aud recivid, with inltveit vi lil paid, nn.l aaata ..I sun, and h yon fail la apiie-ir and answer ih« a. id complaint as afeaaa rt quired, th» «-iid plaiimir will uke judgment sgiinstyou i,. said 888 I iw.lvs I MM. lre, | il.lUrs, with interest and cosls O suit, as pr,\<i f-.r i. said c*>mp!aint. Givm u.i.ler niy h»nd and the anal of ihe District Court of the K.ii'tta Judicial l>l«m. i. this ..-. .., .1 day of June, in the year of our L .rd on- tu.tu-ainl eight hundred aad liitylive. _ . „ „ THOMAS HAVES, Clerk. By Johw C. Corbictt. Drputy Cl.-rk Lockwood, Tyler* Wallace, Planmra Attorneys. I ". I .- ''•! ' ' kJHIK UK lIALIfoIIMA. COUNTY OK r 1 RAN r'IsAN<MBCO-Di»uirt C..,,rt of the Fourth Ju diciaJ lii-i.i'-t --umuiii, B. BABBITI n HU l(i;i»I lOK" 1 .- I . 'iii'.n for dwehargt aadar tLe law for the relief or insolvent debtors —In purMiv.ee of an or. er of the Hon. Delos Lake, Judge of said C,,,irt. made in this OBBB* I herebj |ln notice to the cr.ditor* of s ,i,l Caaaaaß. Babbitt, tli.il tin be and api nr b.'f,,r. the ]|„,, Delo. Lake J,,,i»^ of aaM Coon, oath* SH'h day of J.,! v . A. D 185% at 111 o-r.li* k tn th. forenoon "I that d.y at the Court Rot ■ of ■ sitl f..urt. in the Lity Hall 111 inn City of Pan Francisco to show aaaaa, it they can, why ih.. arara* of -,ii iooal vent should not l«e granted, and «v B>»i;r-n ..I of his Mir should iit.l he made, «ud hu be di-ch.rged fl im hi. debu, as an ius,>lv.-m drhtor. And it 1. also ordered that all proceeding. agniJ.t »aid ■nsolveut by his creditors ke stayed. nMaat ' , THOS ■ATCB.Okwk. _ „ . By 3 " H " C ' «'o»i>*TT, l}ic (lerk. C. BcBBAWit. Atlotnry for i titioaor. "j.'j...:|ii* 4->»>|| "KWAUO IN UH'KIIKU l-oK '*'♦'" liiforniatioi. r rardit the e.i.teoce ordealh of lIAMU WIIITLLUN, a naive of Musselburg, lv .-..Hi He was a .ailor fcrrvei aa apprenticmhip m h.i-rd th« "Malcolm," "I Kirkulily, Cant James Malcolm fn-m If 4' to I-IJ In AuiMi-l. 1.-l'l. h. «il.d | m , Liverpool t™ NeOrleaaa, a. soaao* male, aa kaord the " York " i;aot. Km Me wa. U-t seen at New Orleans, in Januar. . MSA, at « hich mn- be expressed hi. intention of going to California Since ihat dale ut. ii.Kliigence has Iteea rereived i.f him He w*oUoawwaMy*ar*af*aß* ; wa. stoufsh Itl.de, about 5 feet 7 luchesio height, round shouldered, stooped a lutle, had reddish h»ir, Maa eyes, fair complexion and much ii>" k|. 'I, and had a rrai k, 01 en Itßßaßr The above reward will be paid to any parly who can fur-m-h accurate information as to his present address or 111 thr evrnlof bis death, full p»riirul«i» ol the date, p|, nt.d circumstances under which the sani* "tcurred. Apply in Great Britain to Messrs. COSE\S * HUNT W. 1"., 98 Gieat King street, rdiubu'gh. Al New York to tbs Ti Ibune office. At New Orleans, to the Picayune ottii -c At San Fjaacisco, a Alta Calilornia oSlce. jj 14 law4w

Bußiiuse Carlio. CAABLXf l. CASK. CUASXES X, HUSKS. nOUIICI BtaHOKT. CAW, HKI«KR A CO,, BHIPPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 34 Maasemr a in-* I, Man Fraariar*. Represented by Uessra. CHAbIBERS & HLISSKB, New Torh. 038 KDWIRIM dr MAI.I.IiV, IMPORTEB3 AND COUHISSKIN MERCHANTS, Ban sco and Hong Konf. H. F. EDWARDS, W. J. BALLET, B3 Hong Kong. San Franelsea. P. J. TIIIBAII.T. REAL ESTATE AGENT. ACCOUNTANT AND CONVEYANCER, ITS Montgomery street, up stairs, Daugny's Building, opposite Metropolitan Block, Will give his particular attention to the collection of rents, leasing and managing real estate, examine accounts, draw up deeds, mortgages and all oilier iuilrunenli appertaining to traatactiona in real esute. Money Loaned on Mortgage. WIN TO Messrs, Page, Bacon Jr. Co , I Jamea Doyle Ie Rarber, .»« Lucaa, Turner* Co | Lucien Hermann, Esq. J* 9 ■-•- ''-.- jLI ■• FIT'/ORRALD & f'O. WHOLESALE DKALKR.S IN HARDWARB. IMPORTERS OF INDIAN BEADS AND INDIAN GOODS, And sole Agents for the sale of 8. C. HERRINGS' CELEBRATED SAFEB, No. 113 Battery street, •* (Sign ofthe Bin Padlock.) IV. MXXIX. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT Corner of HarUrl and Baust Btrrcla, (Up staira. GENERAL AQKNT F R COASTINO VESSELS. DX. E. I'KI.I.E, PHYSICIAN OF TIIE FACULTY OF PARIS, Corner of ,la y and Dupsnt alrcrla. FRENCn APOTHECARY. Office hours from 11 A.M., to 3 o'clock, P.M. maa-3m* I>K. K. (t. ALDRICII, PIIVa I C I A N AND SURGEON, Oflca Court Block, City street, next to Post Ofllce Building Entrancu from Clay and Merchant streets. dIT SAM FBAMCISCO. IOrKIN *v MTEVBKBON, KKWB DEPOT, MAIW iTaJtarr, mXT to WELLS, rAmso k. oo.'f, MOQUELUMNB HILL, Agency for the San Fraceisco, rament.-) and Stockton Papers. Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for all tho above papers. Papers from tb« I'liiied States, England, Franca, Germany, Canada, Utah Territory, Australia, etc. 37 HENRY SCHRODER & CO., A«. ENTM FOR P. J. DF. TFNET& MSaKjMBal Boidbaux, PINF.T CASTILLON Sl CO Coohac. RUINART PERE Sc FII.S Rhjcims. OOli'i-: No. 4 .nercfcnnt*' Exchange Illock. JOHN MIFLVILLE, WINE MERCHANT, Basrnml same Itlork, in Hnttery Mtr« I, (Underneath Auction Store of Messrs. T. J. Poulterer Ie Co.) bbbbMbi

M. S. SI'CKKLSW. c. 0. QSmBfaSIMQ, 111 XXI.X W A «O., DEALERS GROCEUIES AND PROVISIONSt bol, .i.l. nnd Ki-lnil, No. 3115 Clay street, opposite llie Plaza. mS4 M. X. AVAI.NII, REAL ESTATE AND MONETARY AGENT, Office southwe-t corner Muntgomerv and Washington streets, at Janes King of Wm 's Bai kiiii; l|..ii-e Partisu'sr attention paid tothebuyiug and selling of Keal Kstate and rfofo lati. of Loans. JbBISbI lIAKIIIMON EAMTJIAIV, DESIGNKR ANI) ENGRAVEU OH WOOD, I'ornrr of t lay nnd Tnylor Btrroia, SAN FRANCISCO. N. B. — coanectirn ill k'j*ine«- with any otlier person, j.-jt; :<u, CKllsltv A: I'O., SUM' CHANDLERS, AMD SHIP AGENTS, C.ALLAO, PERU IIPIXIHCII: BOSTON HXW BCOroBO. B»iii|.»«u ie Tappan, Wm. J Rutch, Esq ] X B.Foibrs, K-i| , SAN VKAKCtSCO. George B. Upton, E»s). Palmer, COOB A Co, Veinon Brown. I -. ( Ilussey, Hind & Hale. H- rone TZS, 7,. Josiah Macy i ■**, SoreS ' or e I . 1 r»n. A. Co. ■ . . . i b-i * \ll«lll a

JohaOr.lea, Esq. _ „ f*™"" I Russell i Sturgis. v 1 N»NTtrKKr. 1 canton Hadwen Barucy. I Nye, Brothers Jt Co ap?-3m Wa. F. Nn. F. A. Uicbabim«n. NVK A I'O. SHIP AGENVB AND COMMISSION MERCHANT?, Valpabaijo. REFERENCES 1 Hon. Bailey Peyton, naifcaaja. Messrs. Aiasrp Jt I'o., I v.lnaralsst ,lleu,en»»y & Brn., > v »'P»'» i «. Corwina, BuHlwia & Co., ) Oarrioaa A- Krctz, > Panama. Wm. Nohsaa A Co_ > Bowaaaa.Grisui.Dn Co., . , i__,__«i Wm. Jackson, Esq. J Liverpool. F. X Collins Co , • Goodhue ,t Co., S Nsw York] Capt E. Nye, Stm'r PaciEe, J John Henderson & Co. J p..i,._«.-« Thos. J. llui'li Co., }»»'"»«'•■ Flint, Peabody & Co., ) Hu»»ey, Bond 4 Hal •■, San Fraselse*. Charles Doane, Esq. ) Esonii C. Lombard, Esq., 1 E. D. Brifhaaa aY Co, > Boston Gliddrn A Williams, ) Ni. . Parkin & Co.. Canton. ml KM'FF A".l> lIIBUH-. PETER LORILLAKD, aAicrrACTVBXB, JVe. 4-2 CKa:k»m Slrtet, .V,ic Tirk, Successors of Peter aud <teorge Lonllaid, ojers for sale all k Baa of BbbbTbbl Tobaccos in fanacal use. Fnr particulars, a Pi ice Current can be obtained by ad-'lre--inr aa s'.ove. This establishment is one of tbe »' i»t ef the kind in the I'm.'-'! Blalßß ml3-ly U.lUIr, KVTK A. < '«»., SHIP \M) COMMISSION A«KN"TS Mrlbomnr. Fort Vhilip, Agents at Cape Town aud Simons Bay, Cape of Qotd Hope, Messrs. Wm. Andkbson, Saxoh ie l'». — HKIIsEsCIU— Mtwrs. J. R. Kolli 1.5..1. A Co-, \ _ ■v..,i«Gladwin Bros. A. Co., )8 " •""»"••• Stewart * Co., 0 j n»la.i.i Prohn, Clegg t Co.. (*"" Ori »»»». Sw. U^nne: l «"cl C °i«"^ TO TEAMSTERS. AXLE GREASE. TJIK CELEUIiATED PATENT AMI-FRiCTIOX AXLE GREASE, PREPARED SOI.ELV BY nci'ui* cv I.A'iIIKKI, may BF. obtained, WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, At the ('o9|H'i-iisr of V LAMBERT, jan 2n*-firn l'*fi Front st, Itetween Paetnc aud BlOßdoaa ST.ITK OF IAI.II'tIKNIA-dIIMV OF SAN FRANCISCO— In the District Caart "f the Twelfth Judicial District — Frsncis Ranous, pluintlir. vs. Adelia Raiintis, defendant — Action htou^lit in the Ili-tn.t Court of the Twelfth J'tiiiial District, and the complaint filet! in the city and county of San Francisco, ia tbe elSceof tht) clerk of said Di-tmi Court.

Th* People of ihe State ol California send greeting to ADELIA KANOCB: You are hereby required to appear in ar. action brourht ag*inst you by the above named plali.t in the District Court af the TwoiAh Judicial Di-tm t in aad for the minify nf San Franri.co, bbb t" answer the complaint filed iiier.-iu, (a copy of which accompanies tllH summons) within ten days (iiM.ihtaliii of the day af aarriaa) after the Barvaataa you of this ■utii'ii"!!'.. if served within this couuty; «r if served oul of this roiiutv. then within folly days vr jadgbbboi by aasaall will '"■ taken against you. The said 11011 is lirt ujilt to 1 l.talu a ile.ree of divurce from the bonds of matrimony, on the giounds in ie cott'.plart s. t forth, and if you fail to appear aid answer the 'aid compliint, as abova required, law snid plaintiff wili apply to the Court for Ihe relief demanded in the com. plaint. Given un.l-r my hand and the seal nf tb. District Court of the Twelfth Jll.ll' -i .1 District, this twenty-seventh day of March, in the year of uur Lord one BBBBBBaa . ..'ln hundred and fl«ly-five. THOMAS RATES, Clerk law3m By Otmab Cai.fb, IVputy Clerk STiTK Of CAI.IFUKM 4— col OF MAN FKAN IH U M— l, JULIE CERF, wife of til VIII I.- ( I.RF ... Ihe city ufSsn Ftauri-co, in the M.te of California, do bereb) n.akenty <leclaiation that I do. from and af'.-r this dale, vie the 'J>Kk dsy of Jun*, A D. l<i>s, intend to curry on the hu»llie*» of buying and selling goods, wares and niercliau.'i-t!, in mv own name and on my own account, aud that frnm and after that date, 1 shall aud w .11 '. individually and alo< c re- 01,- l.v iv my own hsii.c an-t not otheiwise. for all -I. ht* contracted by n-e in any way Brlakaj out of the said bbbbbbbb, according to Iha true intent and inciitiiiif of an act ol tha !.• gtslaiure t>? the Stale uf Cai-fti-nia. i-assrd April r-iiii, AD. 1""'"^, entiled, "All a- t to Baahaßwaa married wt>nieo to trau*a. t t'ii-iu.-- tn l!:. 11 own aaoal as sole traders." I further declare that my capital in

-Hitl business i>t v der t3.O>JO. la testimouy whereof I have lieicuu'o set my li-in.l and alHxed mv scut, at the city of Ssn Franri<-ro, ih:> ill day of June, A.l*. 1-.V>. "Tile word ' Charles' inle: lined." Sixnad and aaoiad in my presence. AllM. GUYOL, T S.tliF, 11. DF.SMON. Stats or CALtroaniA, » County »-l Baal Ftancisc*. J •*• Before me, ARMAND <■ 1 VOL, a Notary Pahliu in aud for t:i • -aid I'ouiuy, .liry coiuuii.sioiieu Bnd sworn, uw c II 1 ■. in iha city of *Abb Franciso, parooaal y •«•..! Jll.li; CERF, to me personally known to l<- the perst.n awworaaad io, and who execuleu tbe foregoing ill-lruinerit. and acknotvledfel to i!in ill it r-hr rxrnited Uta ntaa Irr. Iv aiut . uluntarilv and forllie 11- s and | urpo c. the 'in meuitou .1. la witness whe-e. f I h nn bereuuto set my band 1 id affixedmy olßrialreal. at the city of San franc hto, this t ill day of June, A.D. laM, ARM. lil\ol.. Notary Public. Recorded lv County Ban I 1.11 1 -co Records, Liber D, mis cellaneous ; psr-3\!, Juce -.", 1.-. Vi, at v'l P. M. JAMKS GRANT, |e29-3w Couuty Uct:order. ISKNCUA FEMALE SLMIY.RY. '■'II I Ol I! I II X »X 111 tiii* IX*)TIJL TI I lltl.X o|>ens July X 3, lev.. This Semlusry is one of the olde.t in the State, and is wall suited to ths wants of California. There is now a full supply of Teacl.fr*, and those well qualified to li 1 their iespective department*. A German Lady, an artist in her profession, is Teacher nf Music, and a French Lady, at skilled in Drawing, fills the department of French and Drawing. The School and the Boarding Department are entirely under the supervision of the Priacipal. For particulars, ad.lreu MARY ATKINS, m " n im Principal.

fboci/ahatioit. WiriiXAt, The first section of the tenth Article of the Constitution of the Stale of California requires that amendments to the Constitution, after having been adopted by the Legislature, shall be published three months, wilh the ayes and nays thereon, and referred to the next Legislature : Now, therefore, I. John Bigler, Governor of the State of California, in compliance with the constiiutional requirement to see the laws faithfully executed, do hereby direct the publication of tbe amendments to the Con-titution adopted by the Legislature afMßot for the period of throe months, md cnmiiieiiJ ths name In the consideration of the citizen. of the Mid State of California. Witness my hand, and the Great Seal of the State, [L. S.] at the City of Sacramento, this, the 31st day of Uav.1855. JOHN BiGLER. Attest : J. W Dkbtib, Secretary of State. Pretpoaed Amradmmis Io tho € on.lilalion •f Ihe Mtatto of Califoraiin. Ths Legislature of Ibe State of California, at its sixth sessiiß, commenced on tbe first d»y of January. AD ÜB9, propose ss smendments to the present Constitution of this Stau tbe fallowing : A.Mr.vDMffNT 1. Section 3 of Article 4 is amended so as to read as follows : Section 3. The sessions of the 1.e./i.Uture shall lie biennial, and 'hall commence on the first Monday of January next ensuing the election of its member , unless the Governor of the State shall in the interim convene the Legislature by proclaiiiation. In SsifATS, March at, 1855. lloon the above first proposed ameudroent to tbe Constitutioß, the aux>l on was taken by ayes and noes, with the following result: Ayes — Messrs. Burton, Colby, Crensb.w, Day, Hawks, Heiutzleman, Hook, Lippincott, Mahouey, Mandevitle, McCoun, McG&rry, McNeil, Moore, Norman, Peck and VVhiting— l7. Noes— Messrs. Flint, Frereh, Cove, Hall, Kaene, May, Stebbias and Tuttle— & A raKK dmsjt 2 Section 3 of Article 4, is amended so as to read as follows : — See. 3. The members of the Assembly shall be chosen by the qualified electors of their respective districts on the first Wednesday of September, one thousand right hundred and fifty-seven, unless otherwise ordered by the Legislature, aud biennially thereafter, aad their term of office shall be two years. Id Siun, March 3rt, Ml Upon the above second proposed amendment to the Constitution, tbe question was takeu by ayes and nays wilh the following result : — Ayes— Messrs. Burton, Colby, Crenshaw, Day, Gove, Hawks, Heintzleinan, Hook, Lippineott, Mahoney, Mandeville, McCune, McGnrry, McNeil, Moore, Norman, Peck, Rust and Whiting I!). Nays — Slessrs. Flint, Hall, Keene, May, Strbbings and Tutile — fi. AiCENDaiKNT 3. Section 5 of Article 4, is amended aa *.« to read as fj'lows 1 See. 5. Senators shall be Bnnfnl f r the term of foui /ears, at the same time and place as members of the Assembly, a^-d no person ,li:,;i be a member of the Senale or Assembly wi.? has not been a citizen and inhshitaut of the Slate two yenr*. and of the county or district for which he shall be Baaaai one year noxt preceding his election. Ik Schatk, March -Ji, 1855. Upon the above third proposed amendment to the Constitution, the question waa tak*n by ayes and nays, with the following result: — Ayes — Messrs. Burton, Colby, Crenshaw Diy, Gove, Hawks, Heintzieman. Hook, Lippincntt, Mahoney, M uideville, McCoun, McGarry, McNeil, ore, Norman, Peck, Ku-land Whiting— l 3. Nay* — Messrs Flint, Keeue, May, Stebbins and Tuttle s. AxXNOSlirr 4. Section 8 of Article I, is amended so as to read as follows : See. 6. The nuniber of Senators shall not be less than one-third, nor more than one-half of that of members of il." Assembly ; and at the first session of Ihe Legislature, after tin- amendment takes effect. Senators shall be divided by lot as equally as may be into Iwocla^n. The seats of the Senators of the lir"t class shall be vacated at the expiration of two years, so that one-half, or uearly as may be, shall be choaen biennially. In Sen.it*. March 20, 1655. l pou the above fourth proposed amendment to the Con slitution, the question was taken by ayes ai.d nays, wilh th. folio sr ing result :—: — Aye* — Messrs Burton, Colby, Creushaw, Day, Gove, Hawks, Heintzieman, Hook. Lippincott. '.honey, Maudevilln, McCoun, .McGarry, McNeil, Moore, Norman, Peck, Ku-t and Whiilaai It. Noes— Messrs. Flmt, Hall, Keeno, May, Stebbins and Tuttle— Amkko.-«xxt 5, Section 3 of Article 10 is amended so as to ri-ud as follows : Seetiou -2 Aild if at any time two-thirds of the Senate and Assembly shall think it uecessary to revise and cli.tiue this eiuir. Constitution, they sbi.ll recomuie to the electors at the next election for BManhatn of the LbbbbbV ture to vote for or against a convention, and if it shall appear tbal a minority of the electors voting at aoeh election, have voted in I.ivor of calling a convention, the Legislature ■ .all. at its next BBBBMBI provide l.y law for calling a convention, to be holdsn withiu six months after the passage of anea law, aud such convention »hull consist of a iiuuil.er of inetnoernot less than that of both branches *f the Legislature. Tha Ci':i->;iiutioii that may have been aßiad upon aud adopted by such convention, shall be milnnltted to the paaala jt a special election to he provided for by law, for their lalai i tion or rt-jecuou E4ch voter shall • xpress his epiniou by depositing in the liallot-box a ticket where, on shall k* writleu or print, d Iha words " For the ne v . i i.-titutiou," or Afsiaat the aaw Constitution." Tii ■ irturui of such electiou shall, in such BBBBBaraathoOO ntion shall direct, be certified to Ih" Executive of till I le, who BhaH call IB hi- a-.-1-r.iitc.' the Comptroller, Tr 1 urer and Si-cret .r> of Stute, anil collil'lire tlie votes sj 1 rtlfietl to ii.lll. Il 1., such examination il 1.-' ascertain... at a majority of the wholfl l:lll nl' af vales east a. HI j 1 ri BtMBl be ill favor of pa. 'l new Ct.ii-ii.utioii, the \.\ri "i in ■ af tl-i- Slate shall, by hi. procl.iln.ilion dec tli new Constitution to I"' the CaßOtHa> tion of the State ol California. In Sinatk, March 20lb, 1855. ITaaal the above fif.ti pr*poa*d amendment to the Con-ii-tution, the question was laken by ayes and noes, with l!ie following rc.-ult : Aye- M.-s -i s . .noil. Crenshaw, Ii IV. Gove, 11. .11, |':iwk-,, Hei.,t/:--i i. Hook. Keene, Lcake, Lippinrott, Mandeville, May, MeGarry. McNeil, Moore, Norasaa, Peck, Ku. t. .v-, I I. ii. fJttbblßs, Tatlhi and Whitiag — »i.

Novi. — Mr. Flint — I. The within (aliovf) propo«eil amendments t" the Constitution ps-»r.l the Senate In- *20ta d&y of March, lcC», by ayes aad noes, the vole b.-nu' laken aaralal; 011 r.ich ajaaaaV ment. WM. A CORHWALU Secretary of Senate. la AaaannKT, April 1-jth. l-.v.. The following amendments proposed by Ike Senate to tl-.e Coii-titutiou of BBOasBM of t.iitloriiiiA, were taken uiifir i on-11l -r:iu. I] and read a third time. AnEND.tiKNT 1. Se. tion -J of article 4 is amended *.. as I.i reail aa fiadowa : BoctiaaBL Tha osaaiaaß nf ihi Leci*Uture -!i;t!l be 1.;. -inii.il. and ih ill commenve on the first Monday af fanaarj uext eaaaaßg the election of the ssasabera, uule.ss the (ioveruor ef the Slate shall in the interim conveue the I.eci-'Kture by proclamation. Upon the rii-l proposed amendment the ayes and noes were taken with ilie follow result : — Andrew., Arriuirtuit, Ashley, Itaker, IV-itliy, Rofardu-, BiirTiim. Cttinmct, Corey, " lai laa, Coomb*. Covamtbiads, Cutiniiitrliam, of El llorudo. Cmii.. Dooglaa, Daaajht] I".»rell, Flournoy. ttitvl.inl. Goiter. Ofa»aa Johnson, af Sau Francisco, J.-nes. Keye*. Kium- . Lincoln, Mell ia, Meredith, Moreland, Pahaor, Uaioa, Kyland, Stephen". Sherrard, Taliaferro, Dpdofraph, Watkins, WaHo,aad \\ .11 — Noes — Amyx. A'kn Hiaoiaa, II own, si' Nevada, Burke. Dana. Ferrel. Foster, (reller, Ho-mer. lluir Johnson, of £1 Dorado, Murdoch, Phelps, Kaaja*, Smith, of Xl Dorado, and Vi'ieysid. rii-rx not being a majority of all the members elect, Itie anieii'ln.cnt was tost Mr. A"hley moved a reconsideration of the vote by which the above proj.o-ed Baßßßaaßawl waf bmt Agreed to, and thr vote was rrcon-i-'eref!, hh.l the amendment again put upon its paasaaa with the following result : Ayes — Audrews, Arrlßgtoa, A.l.le>. Buker, Batty. Brown, of l>ntra Gaatß, Ruffum, Cainmet, Corey, i layton, Csombs, Cunningham, of El Dorado, Cuiiiiiii^hani, ol Sierra, Curtis, Dana, Doafhvo, Doty, Edwards, Farley. Fli-nmny, Guver. Gaylortl. (teller, G.>ber, Grave.. Oiafjj. Johnson, uf San Francisco, Jones, Keyes. Kinney, Lincoln, McCurdy, Mellii*. Meredith, Maia'an*, Oxlry, Palmer, Quinu, Bafaf*, KyUi'.l. Btaphoaa, Sharmaa, nßcrrard, fsiniih, of M.irin, Tali.ferro, l"|HliTj;raff, -. . kina, Waiie, Wells and MThll nay stt, Noes — jdllaiaaa. Baaaiaaiß Bowles. Rrewlon, Brown, of Nevada. Burke. Covarrubiss, Farwell, Ferrell, Fo.ter, Frriftlsou. Hunt. Johnson, of El Dorai.A, McCacban, Vur.loch. I'l Ip. Kowc, BBOfMr/, Smith, of El Durado, aud Vineyard— sW. So the anienJmentwa. loH.

iMiapaiial J Bi Btiaa : of Am. I. I i- laaaaaM bb a» to r. ai v i ix- Becti i 3 Tha BMwahora af aaa naaaßaWf .hall he ahasaa l»v iha aaoliflWd bmm lon af ihei- r di-lni-w on t'.e trat \\ • ili.c-.lhi ol Sept.i.ttw r, one th..v- ■ bbb Bafht handaod aad I t'-y *. pan, aanwa athar* la* aaamfaal !■> t'.' 1 LefUlatura aofl htoaaiollj thereafter; htid tSeir t:'rw af "'fit a aha 1 be two years

I'pon the ab rv* seeoud j.ro;»o-e.l amenmeat, the ayes aud 8088 were taken, w ith 'lie following result . Ajß* Aiuwaaa, ,\niy\. AlllaaHan, A-hley, Adkin.on. Bales, Brown of Centra Caaaa, Browu of Nevada, KiilTtim, Camnet, Cory, rtoa, C*aa>ha, Caaaiaghaai of Bl llorad-., Ciirti", Uana Dough's, DoOfMy, Farvrell, Flourncy, Ga-v.-r Baylotd, Gtller, Uo!wr, Gruves, Gragx, Hosmer, John--.ton of Ssn Fraucisi ■, Jooea, Keys. Kinuey, Lincoln, Me Curdy, Malta*, M'-itVith. Moreland. Murdnck, Oxley, Palmer, (iuiuu, Uo-.r-, B>ylfl Stevens, Sherrard, Smith of Marin, Taliaferro, Ujjefraff, Wu kiut, W .itf, W.-lla and Wnitney — 51. \,. — Ihxardus, Brewton, Burke, Covarrubias, F- rrrM, Fo-tcr. limit. .McCulclieii, Pbelp., llowe, ■bbbbb] and Viueysr.l— li So the smendment was adopted. AUk'.nnEiT -I Set::.... s"i Article 1 1. amended so as ts read a. .i*J : Section .*>. 3eil?i!iir't shall be elio-e.. fof ihe term of lour years, at the .Bine time ami place a* lli.-in-tier« af the AoMHnhl] : and 1.0 p. roaa shall be a bsbbbbm af the Se.r.:e or Assembly b* Ml nut b.-en a citizen and in h:.bitsiit af the State two years; and af tha country or district for arbaab he shall ba BhaBBB one year uext preceding hi. election. I'pon tha above third proposed BBsOBa*BBBI| tbe ayes and noe. were taboo, with the following re-ili : Ayes — Andrews. Arrii'wroli. AaheaW, Adkinson, Baker, Beatty, Buffum, CsiMiiet. Cory, Clayton, Oaasnha, C'unniughani of El Dorado, Cunningham af Si.rra. Curtis, Dnna, Douglass, Doughty, Edwsnls, Farley, Farwell, Flouruoy, (i«ver, (ia) lord, Grllrr, (io!xr, (iravei, Gragg, Hatßl.l, ikastaa of San Ptai • a, Jones, Ke>es, Kntney, Lincoln.

McCurdy, Mcllu., Meredith, Morrland, Mardock, Oxley, Uuinn. Rog rs, 11-Ui.i), Stevens. Shernrd, Tallafeiro L'pde*raff, Watkittt ' Vaite, We.l-. Whitney- -50. .N.K-* — Bopard ..Rrew'on, Browu of X. vada, Rutke, IV varrubias, I oatar, llu.tt, MeCati a, P«lin.r, Phslps, Howe, Singlry, Smith of Mwrin, and Vineyard — 14. bo lite third amendmest was adopted. AjBVBroBIBjn 4. Serlion 6 of Artl. I.' 11. amended «o ss to read as iollow> : Section 6. The nuniber of Senators shilnot be le-s lhau one t:.ir I nor more Bbbß one half of that . '' members .1 the Assembly; aud i>t t'efir,! BBBnoa af tha Legirlalute »l rr this aniendmf nl takes effect, Senators s!n!| be divided l.v lot Baaqaally a- na] ba iuto twoi laaaai The seals of the Senators of the lir 1 ■ I.i-- shall ba vacated at the expiration nf two years, so that nt half, m nearly bi insy be, «h=ll Ih chosen biennially. Upon the a! \e loni'.li proposod amendment, ih. ayes and noes »er- lakeu, »ltli the lo'ioning result: Ayes — Andrews, Arrinntnn, Ashley, Raker. Beatty, Brown afCoatraCti la Rrowu of Neva.fa, Ruffiim, Burk% Ca'ttmet, Cory, Clayton, C.;..i:i1.-,Cuii.il'iifli:tni.'f >ierra, I vi ti. Dun*, Doaaiaas, i»."i.i:t>. Edward., K.irweii, ri..urn..v. Fergu.ou, Gavitr, Ga\lo.d, GaSar, Gober, (.raves, Graxg, ll.wtmer, Johustcnof Sau Franci-.cn, Jones, Kiuney. Keye., Lincoln, McCutdy, MaUaa, Mcrmlith, Morelantl," Murdock, Ox'ev, P.iiintr, ljui..n, bVodgen, K.I. Sievens. Stewart T.liVfcrro, i'-.ti'l. Wnkius, Waits, Wells, vVhiuM ■ — ."iS Noe-— Bocardu. Brewton. ('• rruhin.. Ferr'H fhatßl I hint, J lin-l'ii i.f El Dorado, MrCutchcn, Pliclps, Kowe, S:evevenson, Siuiflcy, Viueyard— I 1. So the auieudtnenl was BSOBaI -1.

Ami hi) Mr. 5. Section of Article 10 i. amended so as to read as follows: BaCtloa -. Aad ifst any lime two thirds of the Henate and Assembly -M..11 think il nec.-si.ury to rovi.se aud change this entire ' o:islilni i.ik tliey shall rrcotnmend to the ele. -10l at Ihe llejtt elect 1.. i: for members of IB* Lejrisutureto vote for or ar.*in>l a convention; aa.t it it phs.ll appear thai a imj .ruy of tha electors voting ai such election have voted n. lavur uf ralllUf a coiiv lili.Mi. tlie Legislature shall, a| hb aaxt aaaiiaa, provide by law for calling a con vention to be holdea within six mop'hs after the poaaafa of such law ; nnd aaek convention shall consist of a aaniaat of lueßil'.-r- i.ci less lhau that of both braiM:hes uf the LegislaT ure The Ciiii.tltutiou that may have been yjnai upon nnd adopted by -u.ll convention BBaM be -utoniited to ihe people ni a special electiou t" be i»ro* nl.-.l for hj law, for itieir ratification o. r<-|>i tieu. Each voter shall express hi. opinioH by depositing 111 tli" ballot hoi a ticket wharoaa sha.l ua written or priuled in ■ words "i o r haaara Caoßtitatiaa 'or "Azainst t<>» new Constitution." The returns ot wehahMV VI "II -i.l 1 in such 1,...!.... r •• the ciiuoii -h.ll ili.e.i b» .eu ne. l t» ibe Eaaoaai** al Ihia xiaie. wno -lt..H ali In'his assistance Iha Com .t-. ller Tr-a.urera.i IB*cn ur, ofState ud compare I.r w ol »o ci<rlia»d t» |,, Cil |, by such ex- ■ minal.onit be aaaerUiaad tLal a majority of the whole number of mi.-. .-'. at such election be in favor of -uchuew C,,nUitution, the Executive ofthiaStaM shall by his proclamationdedare urn ti new C*y titution to be Iha Caaatitatioa of the Si.ta of I'alifaruia. I pon the fmh proposed amendment tha ayes sad uoes were Uknn with the following rOBail : Ayes— Andrews, Arringtnn. A-hley. B'ker. Beattjr, Brow. Contra fntl, Brown of Nevada, lluffum, Burke, Camraet, Corey, Clayton, Coombs, Caßaißßh«aj of i:i DavooO, Cnrtia, Duns, Duuilas, Doughty, Edwards, Farwell, Flouri...)-, Ferr**Tß, Geller, Guber, Graves, Gnur, aimer, Johaaao of Sts Francisco, Jones. Keyes, Kinney, I. Inc. In, Mtler.ly, Mrllu\ Mre.liih. Mor'land, Munfock. Oxley, Palmrr. Phelps, ttuitin, Roderrs, I". •••'. Rylans, Stephens, Sherrir-I. Smsley, Siew.rt, Taliaferro, Ui«ledrair, W.tkins, Well., Whuueyan.l Mr. rtpe-alior — 54. Noes— Bogardus, Brewton, Covarrubias, Cunningham of Sierra, Farley. Ferreil, Fo-ler. Gaylord, Hunt, Jobn«m of El Dorado, hftraahaa Stevenson, Vineyard— l 3. So ths ti;lh sineu.lni'i'l •*■ .pied. The within (above) BVoamao* amendments to the Cooatitation Baaaaal ll>» Assembly this Nth day nf April 1*55; tke vote being taken iif ■ Mil] apaa anoh '''■>-•* " ■ tl. M. A.N i* Ij J%s%III^I, 2 5-38, 'Irrk of Assembly. '

.gUS.tal. PR. li. J. CZAPKAY>« GRAND MEDICAL AJTD SURGICAL NSTITCTE, Armory Hall Building, Comer Montgomery uil Saeram*nto aowMB, tAJI PBAHCX3CO. ESTArSLISHEO FOR THiTpERMAiTENT CUM^OF ALL PKIVATE AND CHRONIC DISEASES, A.ND THr 6UPPKESSION OP QUACKERY. DR. Im J. CZAPKAY. lato Ib th« H«u»«ri»» Revolutionary War, chief physician to the a>tn IMg> ment of llonveds, chief surgeon to tke military hospital 01 Pesth, Mnngary, ud late Lecturer OB Dueaae. .f Urinary Organs and Diseases of Women and Children, woald ■«•> respectfully inform tbe public of Caliraraia that b. haopened au Institute for the cure of chronic dmaa— of LunrLiver, Kidneys. Digestive ud Genital erraas, sad all Pnvalf 1 iih.>» viz : Syphilitic Ulcers, Gonorrhoea. Cleat, Stricture, Seminal Wc.kuess, aad all tha horrid consequences o> self-ahu-e; and he hope, that bia long experieße* and sue ceasful practice of many years will ensure him a share ol public patronage. By the practice of many years ia Europ. ud the I'uited States, and Junn» tbe Hungarian wu an.! cainpaifns, be ii enabled to a,. ply the most etßc;*nt aad ear eessfui remedies against diseaees of all kinds. He aaa. aa mercury— mod — treau his patients ia a correci and honorable way and has references of jesti..n»h ■ veracity from men of known renprcubility and hica stand iar in society. All psrues cousultirur him, by Mttar o. otherwise, will receive the best and f ontlest traataaeal and imulieit seeresy. SPBK.H.tTORRHOEA, OR LOCALWEsR NI-'.SS. Nervous Debility. Low Spirits, Lasshade. Weak ness of the Limb, and Back. Indisposition aad Incapability for Labor and Study, Dullness of Apprehension. Loss of Memory, Aversion lo Society, Love of Solitude, Timidity . Seli*-D:.irutt, Dissiness, Headache, Involuntary Discharges, Pains 1b the Sine, Affections of tha Eyes, Pimples on the Pace, Sexual aad other infirmities in maa, are enred witboni fail by the jusUy celebrated Physician ud Surgeon, L. J CZAPKAY. His method of curing diseases is new, (tiaxoowu to others,) and kenc his great success. All consultation, by letter or otherwise, Ire*. Address, L. J. CZAPKAY. M. D., San Frucisco. California. m 33 SVPIIII'IM -W» (iOXOKHHO:.. lilt L. J CZAPKtY would ask e.pecial atteatioa lo SYPII ILITIC and IiOXORRIKKAL diseases In Ibe Arst BBBJBB of either aCaaBM complaint, he rua'.niees a per*', m.l t ffecutl cure in a f«w day*, without hiodrance to bu.iueiM or the uliitht-st inconvrnirnce. The Doctor's method ol treating then combines all the late»t iniprovement. by ihe llrdical F.ii ulty, wuh discoveries luale by himself, more effective than anythinr yet known, which -ecure, ihe pa I tent ironi the possibility of secondary aymptuixs, and re move, the ilii »-c in the sho-tesi poMible time. Secondary Syphilis which apt ears >n consequence of the absorption "of the poi.on into the syMeiw, aid produces BUBOES. ULCKRATIONS in the throat «iid aose, which destroy the aaal part... .nd cause the bones to mortify, separ le and come away, disfiguring ihe patient horribly. Xu.l-s or painful •"•elliiiits on the hone.. Splotche. upon the skin, cases of which t.ie Doctor aw s daily in hia oflca, aafl which are the re»ult of improper treatment. Also I'LCKR.-*. SORE d and PIMPLES, and injuries to the cniisiilution. which, .fter a long period of •ufferlnc, destroy life. It will al«o be remembered Inatlhe-e di-order» are beredi ary. passing from parent tn cnild, and entailing upon the offspring a ruined rou-titution. For the cure of all these forms of disea-e, the Doctor guar .ntee. a cure or ask. no cots, ensation. Tbe Ooctor can be consulted by letter or otherwise free of charge, >nd invite* all who are afflicted to call upon him. where he will give t'lem such ajtiifactiou a« they tin ootitin nowhe.e else. His room, a-e -So 3 and 4 Armory Hall, comer of Sacramenlo and Montgomery streets, Saa Franci.ro Jy3» The Circateal Di.re»rrj of the Ace! fIREAT RLEBSINU TO TI .*ItIXD I '. INNOCENT BUT POTENT. DB. li. J. CZAPKAt'S FBOPHIX«AC> TICUM, (Self-Disinfecting Arent,) a >ur« preventive arainst (lonorrboea an.l Syphilitic Diseases, and an unsurpassed remedy for all Venereal, Scrofulous, Gangrenous and Cancerous Ola***, F.rted Di charge, from Varina, Uterus and Urethra, and all Cutnneoiis Eruptions and ltseateo. For sal- at DO. L. J. CZAPKAYS OawM, Armory Hall, corner of Sacramento and Montgomery streets, Baa Kranci«eo. As innoculation is a preventive asainut small pox, o is Dll J. L. CZAPKAY Prophi!xcticuui a preventive ir*Jn«t Syphiliticaland Gniitirrlnrnl diseases; ba n less in itrelf, it i <■.•- srssus ihe power of chemically >|e.tro> i;ig the syphilitic virus, ami thereby saving thtMisand-t fr» « being inf- tt-.i !,y tbe most loaih>on.e of all djo 8188 Let no voui>r m.n who appreciates health be without Dr. Cz.pliay's Pr. philactiruin. It is in very conveuient packages, uid will ba fuund couveiiitnt tv 888, being u-ed as a -osp. That ei>ease cm be prevented by ihe u-e of proper BBBBBBj is v well an enahli-hed fact, as that they can be curetl af'er their e-t-il'li.hmi ni. This Bwiaciaaa, which ia now universally recognised, wa. rec»i»eJ eve > b for* the days of Jenner, th^ discoverer of v.u-i-iti -ni -if, in l"St!, and its m I'nplit-d rienefit» ever iince li .ye rrccired, as tli»y deserved, the attention of iha MaeHaal Facu'ty. It was ii ptir-iiit of ti.i- br.tiH-li cf the medical s leut .• tb*.t Dr L. J. I ■/. \l"i\AY furiutiately made the eatcwoery of 111 1- Pn-phy-U'lieut.. which for tiie prevntioa of Syphilitic, norr li.i-.-il, c.nccrou. and ctila eous disorder*, st.rul. uuriralled li\ any BBoal io the Pharmacopiv Tiie elTe.l of th:. a.'cut after coiti n is iinme J i-4te, an I r.-m iv. . the aaaßMnnas of a contradtion of disease. If, howawor, Iha di»«.se h- » been c nt'actril. il i. u»ef'j| iv Baatraliaiaf lite |.oisono'u se-rrtl,>iis, which, by nlts<>r|>sion, produce ihe horrid coiuequtrucrs hnoaTßaasoi synhilia. **lt baa Ii -.:i 3iJ.i.:tiis!» r. il by :he Doctor i. away thousand cuei and Ik ha., yet to find ilie ri'-l ia which MbbMbbbM t. -i!i. rye ti- purpose I*l »hit:h it wa. t mial'"ered. Piicafja, r"all dirac ioos are alt hod i" escll packace. Is eaaea where the Proi.hilaclicum ia u<rd a. a uraiive. Ur. L. J. i 7apWay w 11 laralah gra-.i. a prescription for b>« Bhm ' I'ur.ner All rijiatuuuications from ihe cojoiry aJdrr«.Jd only to

l»r L. J. C/ipUjy, San Francisco, will bo strictly and confi.lemtiilly bcbumM to, and the Baaßaaaaa, wila Ihe _t<- it.-t care and BBoacy, mtitiei!.- dispatchc.t, by Extirrsa, or other conveyance, to llieir destination. Dr. L. J Czapkay's Pri'plii!:i.'tiru:n is su!U Nus. 3 and 4 Armory Hall B.nlilinaj. corner of Mou'cirnrry and Bacnssestal atßsots, s.tii rVnisriiris J','l RIIKt.TI.mTIM.rI aUtaTJ PKVKIt<* I.MI. drnt to ihis .-luiinte. c-,i ; be i'ure.l in the *|M*ed;e>«t and safest irMnser. by UK •*/. iI'KA V.the eel.hr. Hungariaa .ician TU^sediseare. are treated by Dr C. in '.be mo*t scieutlfic and arree.Me mode. He particularly invite* to his eMablishmeut Ikose sufferinr from Chronic Rheumatism, who have her.-t»fore failed to^tbtain relief. To those aaanri ,- fn.1.1 the Fever, ■ea.ullai 10 this coast, he would promise immediate relief. Call and consult with the : l< ■ tor at his BB***Bal Institute. Its'* Dr C. ha> a new »nl elScient remedy for Diarrhcea and Lyseritery. Cull all : roii.iilt — rnnstilt iti'.n frre OrUce hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M . .1 tie Crnnd Mcliral and Surssaaj luatitute. Armory Hall Building, eoruer of M"i.ti.-ome-I mw 'ramentn strert. S*n PBBnßaaaa f 22-^ra rRIO TI2R L.tDIRM OF tUMmfllA — TO J CZAPKAY, M. U.. Phy.icixo, and AcI. J C/.U'KAV. M II Pitv-i. - - awl Accoucheur, invite. lh« alt*' tun of IB sirk and BnaBBBB (' in tl»-s IbbbbbbbJ under aag at the various forms of dinaaeeii nf the brain, luurs, heart, st.H3.4.'h. liver, wt»mb, blood, kidnrys, mt all .li-- -. | . ciillar to their sex. Tho Doctor is r **..-: 1 it; ru ire cure, than any other physieiaa ia the State of California. Let no false delicacy prevent you, bn. apply liaiailialiilj, and «aye yourselves from pataful suffering* am! BVBBBBBBTB death All m.rrie ! ladies, whew drlicate he»!lh or other circumstance. do not sllow an increase in tlieir familir., should c.'.l at Dr. L. J Czapk.y'. Mr.lie.l Ins'ituln, Armory Halt, corner of Sacramento antl .Vlmir. romory streets, and they will receive every possible relief Bbbl help. The DaCßar. offices aro so arrange.! that he can be consulted without the fesr of ni..!--r »ti.-n. If desired, Dr. C will visit the ladie. at their residence.. The sttennon »f the reader i. called to the following :—: — A lady ot' high standing in .ocieiv and great reipacl i published a card in the Philadelphia Sunday Dispatch, Septrmher 4. Ift-M. which is a- fotiow.: A Cabd — The iintlersimed feels it hrr daty to expruss her hr.rtfelt aratitude to Dr. C^apkay, for the wircrs«ful cure of herself and chill. The latt.r, having b«ea aflicled by a severe attack of "Cholera Infantum." waa given up a. incnrable by the most celebrated physicians, whea called o.i Dr. Czapkay, who aAer a short period, re«tore.- the chil to perfect health. F.net.ur by ihisextraordioary re.ult. sac sourht atlvice her-elf. for tlie scrofulous m.ln-ly with which - i- had been aiTln t.-.l for eight years, and which wiih•tood the trratmrotof the be. t phy.irians in Europe aud America. Bet Dr. Czapkay his .u.cee.ieti in arf.irdiuf hrr permanent rrlirf. so that she can n..w enjoy life, which, f.tr ei-ht year-i. hsd lost all charms to h. r. She therefore deem* it due to ';er-eli' ti:,l to all sick and sftlicted. to reeornmend Dr Czapkay as one of the mn«t .kilf'il physicians within th* Oahad States. Mas. CoawaUinl Gbat, Corner Walnnt and Seventh 5: ... Pu:l^, Iphia, Pa. A Glasxb. Notsry Public, I -t". S«<!veuih jtre.-i. AU the conaulation. -t*k letler or otherwise} fireo Ad'lres. to DR. I. J CZAPKAY, Medical Institute, Armory Hall Ruildiuf, corner Sacnsento and Mont^oaiery stmets, f23-i|nt S»w r*r«nei-co WIIHIi 0000 a "Semper<{!i • recentes Corvectara juvat prades et vevere r»pto." — J, n. nKII \vjt, .Tl. l>. tiraduate of New York I'niver.uy, New Yoik MV-lica. nn tute, Hoaurary Giaduats of luo Syracuse Medical Col lege, etc. Oifice. corner of Washington street and Waverly Pla.-« Six doors above Dupor.t s*.r«eL Hour, from 10 A M. to .1 P M., and from (I to 9 la Ike evening. to tiieTublic. Dr. J. D. Brown, who has become so eelehratrd for enrlng .11 varieties of -li.ea.es of the Gea.to-Uniiwy Omits, is sow pr.etisi.ig will, universal .access, at I.i. private M*diral lustllut*. corner of Waverly I'utn ami Washmr"»a «rrrt. Dr. Browu w.s the (ir.t ph>siciAU t.. r^t«blish a Pi.pen.arj in San Francisco for tie trfs.tn.rut of private diseases, and hi. per:e-i success for the last three years, during which timr he h*.. enred orer a thonsand c«iws, proves conclusively ht« superior ability. Dr. Brown does not wish to publish to the world anything more than what he can do. at>d every word o(

his a.fv Ttl-entent. can be re lied upoej. Ei cry promise Se makes he will fulfil , and if yra have ava rial disease, uo matter how long ttandi'iK, if you call upou aim ho will cure yon Recent ca.es be cures in frum three lo wx days, without change of d.et or hindrance frooi bu*ise*a. l'*Bd.B-Biß*saiT of f<nnrkrry. Tbe number of patirnu that hay. applied to me of l*.le who have beosi maltreated aiiti robbed of their aiocev, with out bring b«aefill*d, luducn* me to eaation all who have lbs aaaaaan, to bowiraof quarka. When you call upna t dortor assure your«-:lvr. ih.ll he is aafl an imp.. Ask kins whare ke grauuated, and to show yon bis dipl«.ma, and if be refuses to (ire you th. n luime lclormauoa. do not trust Bias. J. D. BROWN M. D , Cor. Washington itreet and Waveily Placa, f8 i doors sbt.vi Dupoat street, ** Vlu<>l aune rall>> est Impetu. si.ie KueL" Ovid. dr. j. n. <tit«. •»•«• PRIVATE MKDICAI. IXSTITCTK, Corner of VVashiujrtoß srreet and Waverly Piac*. »R. J. I). ■■IW.tßi hasbotasa long and f. vorably known in this city as a bjbbl .trcce*»ful prae.tier in tli.et.e. of 'ie |»i i" urinary orta <is. i» bow pracU'.ii|!i ihePnva'e ■taßßal lufitute, ruer of Wa.fciuj ujii stret-l and Wavrrly Place, where patiesu caa convall kin privately at all times of tite ilty atd eveainc. Dr. Browu Btaca is admirably arrarrvd for the tresuneat of iiecrsl DiseaAc*. r.very bbbbbbl is .ltow a into a privale

aparuiirnt, waere they will s«« no one but tuo : 'otlor hiiu self. Dr. Krnwn's remmlws ar* a.l praps.red IB his Di.paa.arr. which is et.nnectrd with the ai<te-roo.: wbxra patiest* wil: he fiir'.iali-jd wiih all aacessaiy ciriu-iu* silh.ui mil ahafif*. Th« Aotl-Morbus CaMcu*. (fnr Gonorrkcrs.) Tl'" Ca*Btata: of Gold, (a sire manly for Prhoary phi Us, T e Ci..i.p.,;ind *>yru"> of HaBH and paaßßßa, (a prep.'. tlon never auow> lo fail ia Secondary S>>mlla.) The above remedw. cv alway. be obtaiaed (raw. J I) Browu at s moderate p. ice., and lh«y .r* rasraati«sj B cartha diseases that they aro reeommasdad to, or ao pay is rs ti ttlred. fe6 J D. HaiWH. M. D. t'lto.'i UM. Bll«»W> to tiik ArricTEu.1 I»r. Rrasc'i laaaaaiiaa s» a .cs-suic PliT.ici.a .tu.luue^.alled. Hi. aajahaare. attenlina to Disssa«o< »t aa. liei.nr> Uriaanr orfiat fur »o m.nj jrusv • aaders hia pel feet master of Kyubilitie Baßßaaaai The Urra o mb-r 01 aggravate.! cases that be kas perfectly eurrd, ait.-r th y hav<been gives up by all oilier practitioner., at the nu'y proof in .1 a physician raajaaroaas n.« ability and Dr Krowa wuuU state that he can cure any aud all varieties of the disraj^, ao matt r Bow lu*g .lauding or what progre*. the dlaea.se has ci.de. Every patient can re'y upt.n a eu'e, whe.. LI .- rara no erraaie lesioos of vital organ*. Dr. Brow a has tek,. • paueats from th. very verte of the grsva aad restore.: lh-M< to BOffaal h-.ltli ; jr. 4 to Mtufy ihe iucreduloas. Dr. Bruws will take pleasure in referrtag »n>r>:i;l.'in.n that ssay wi«*>. to tbe palieuts tbeiuselves, who throuin ihaaknihiau for tueir cure, have givea the Doctor the privilege of uaiax their name.. f« ' J. n rWVvii, m D. Rbcbnt vjSS OV AfKl.ll I - DX. BIIOWN cures recent cases in a few days, a ,d uf the hundreds thai ke has cured ia this city, there •-> .>r as* been. ease of Secondary Sypkilis following, aad ye defy tha world to produce a Pkysiciaa who hastreaUMt - many rase* with »aeh b.|'|>y results. f< a -)•■'•• K. a. tiiiksi AND •iiunn n JL'' THURMTON, M. l>, Pkysiciaas to Womea Bad I kal drsa. Orßea at Uillmaa's Temperance House, Davis stre.t, Ww.iB,roa**a*).od il, JJu Fraacisco, CbJ. Bit)

fileiiraJ. ' DB. J. V. ¥Ol'.TO is THB PIONEER ADVERTISING PnYSICIAX OF | v'.IKoKNIA. A-Ith. only one who received a Colletia.e atlßslßl Elu«tioß, and is better quslina-1 lo treat, *-• ha. cured Dore cue» of rrirat. vi—- *»« -y ••.her PhyMcioa. For reference, see all of th* paaat* laalßßJwOßt Iba Stale. office: Corwer rjom-omrry anal CmUr»T»i« *lr€»t*. OTBB will., r.sxco * eo.'s. TO TIIK tmIITHD. DX. J. C. VOIT^IO praswßts tho foHo-in« le't-rt of recOB»nMKI.tW.B I. ih« ssMic. anil wishe. lrwa.ro peru« them carefully, aod ihoa jwdg. between air. and tho h >rds of impostors. It foe. seem that no a*r>on aowd bo diseased afii-r this but should know Bt aoa* wh*f*l« mpply to be . ire of hoaorsble aod sci»r.ti(ic trcntmrnt. Dr Y«un* submits th*se certificates more fur the f-ei.-nt ml the .flirted thaa for hi. OWO advancement, for his prnrtici- w a'n-adjr larrer than any other two physician, in ihe .-. t .,ie ; b., a '«•» of ih-. anwary may get deceived by the bom!>asttc elfu-iou. of e*rtain ow-bred *oipy aad therefore he is II I. .nil 10 publish the*s proofs of hi. ability. Mabtsvulst. June 10. 13' A Da. J. C Y..r-r.-T>e«r Sir: M.ace »*•«! me •» .1 ta. medicines yea pr«er,bed ia-yca». I have a fnemt hj-ra who i. troublea ia exactly the same waT that I was II- has ni S 'it!v emission., rinsing uoi-e in hi. h»ad, •«> bac» haaj of memory, and is generally debiliti!*-. ; h» v dLcouragrd, nd h«. not eoaad-e. enough to oaohl* him to call and *« you. I to!d him how I vu. aod that -T fnen " all .aid was in con^umptioa. and the doctor. ■» here gave up .nd advised me to go hoaa* to dia ; but in-tesd of going liomr. 1 called upon yoo. and h.'.l«st. well a* BB] of th-m. and likely to livn a long tint* yet. with Mreafth eno-i;n <' work wirh.he .troace-t of them. Doctor. I will -n. every ana to you who look, to me a. tho*(h he itee-U « plirejelan. It shall not be aiy fault if any oa* die. Bar want of m*ti<-»l treatment. I will do all I can to krs-p th* aasicted away Ir— » I., c pestsof soeiery »cl»pt profe—or» Bad ISaO*^| tilled uea who. it the facts were known, sre moo who leix their country f«r their country's rood. Publish Ihi. letter, Doctor, if j oa wi.h. and I hope that wse of thooßthat ku a» buried me may se» it and sleep bad for one nifht Your, truly, CEO. DAVIIaIML Gbass VAttiT. June 3, ISSS. D*.»b Sib Th« la.t me.li.-iue jnu sent m* has <>oo iho business. I *aa a*w *er*-ctly wril. an.l w»h to »iv» my testimony to tha pt.b'ic in fawor of yo«r skilL I •» trou bled with a eomplicstioa ofdiw.se. brotwht oa by ihataMal <*e*troving habit of pollution aud eomt>li*iau esur by e**Bßiatßaa wi.h bad persons of iho op;osi,e sea. I had be*a treated by some of Ibe b«*l pSv-icians. ... »-ll a* Ihiwa quack, who invest tfcis State aad by them al! «iva ap a. iQcurabl.; bat being advised by a ariaad who hod bsaa •**»♦- Btied by your s lentifie trearmeßt, to call upoß yoa. I did •*, aud feel grate'ul t.. a m for the iolormi b'.t .ull mora thasklnl to you for the ear* au-l good advice ywa gave mo, ■s well ss the enVaciout medicines yoa prescrihod II any of tbe afflicted should »cc this, Urt them \m .uislait it is a vo'untary orTering i. graiitud* for th* lilnsiiat- of he:ilt!i reeaivsd from you. and also (-isea with tbe fxrvent wish that it may be of Banta* 10 thos« swHeri.if aa I diJ : aod r.ow it. a. God bless y*a ia your effort to le-^.a the loawiiaa* of tbe human family, aad May all rood citizen- a*-;-t yotl to drive from the community thoaa lewehes that prey up»'o iho public by falsa pretensions of eminence iv taa medical world. Yours eterr . iy.ii Btntcsss. T.» Dr. J. C. Yocao, Fan frsi-ciico. sas raAJMTaaan, June 2, '553. Dsab S:a— I have not had on» si,- s |e St si, ice | commenced takiur nur me-ticines. lam *l«o gainiss -rrenjili •>- 'V day Tilt.- tn.uble that I haw), which wa. th* riaia o/lh. •■', is al-o BMVha) me very bbs». la fa- - 1 ihiuk 'am c*. lirely well, b.it if you lhia« it be«t, 1 will tiks :n- 1.. . • - a sh-iri time l->nrer. It is ouly about two anoths since I cut* nic .-c ! takinr your prrscripiioiu. and allnouzh you t..1.l n.a it would take from tbreato toor avootos, yet I fael (•■>•-. well slrei..v. I feel sorry that 1 did notvi.it job a" fir-t, and not allow myeifto b-! led away hy the vsiu boast us nf those quacks thatcpy your style of bu-ines., and t' ervhy impose upon ihe publi. *. They despoiieal aie. of a»» nmni-v, and hud I not ■.to;. i .Ed taking iheirvile sius*. they would have robbed me of uy life also Th*i.ks tn your superior mcdi. al skill, 1 am beyond daafer, and I shall always oanaaawr you t!i- savior of mv lite. Pear Dr.— Publnh ihi. if jbbi consider it worth your while, f-r I wi.ii ta proclaim o tie world your worm, tkatav-ry one wbo nee, a phvieiaa auy know wiiere tv .all aaal bo sure of avoiding oaorn and imp Xi a*. Yours, till tisata, CEO. M\R-lU.'. ToDr.J.C. Yor!to,Jl,D. Oakland, M<» 9, 1*55. J. C. Yocsg, M. D— Dear Sir — Alter due u>lihrr».iou and consultation sib my wife. I have eoaae to th** eoaerauoa lo write you « letter of p*rommeßd-.tion tor pub'l.-.tivß. About the of seventeen I comracted ih- ha bit of self a* s«. >o>l although I never earn, d il 10 that •■ v ■-* that s4»me h«ve, yet I weat aa bW *- i «t it caused me a irroat dral *.|" troublr. At tS« axe of tw-nl? f'.iir I married ; 1,.-:" r- that lint * I su nwaawan annsaaaaonf ahohaataan but not ISJ bail a* after BiarviafSi Shor.ly after I marrird I Br-an to fail an- my friends ihfnieht I .1. r-.i ; :■ t*» rwi*umpti*'B, which su fr./hl- a. ■'. my wife Ihtt sh^ '■•>„.- Tr. ! a physician about it ; bo advised a change ef climate. My .1'- havmf a brother hi re tn California w« drt*-rmine,t m com* out brrr, and ihu'tk (sod we did come. s*..«.u .|"t r urriving ntv wile". br>» th-i ttH-k me odk .ide .ad ta ked In .1- ; he Told mr hr knrw what wa* lha matter with sr, and -v. I b* hod kn -i:"i- 1- 1 in the -line w«y : he ai.o til me 1. ••■ I'r Voutir n . I rur-t him asd thought he would cure me too if I wuuU .- i.l a, -..i ban. Kcetin? very uiit.ii. to know about it, 1 called an.l you

preset laed fur de. About ihl* li-n- 1 b<*ran t » ne ;-■..'■•. with Ihe Rhf U'ltati.ui, mmd it had gut •-» b.ida»d a» to .-...- m« from Mrkiff Yon -I- i i-r.-«tr.t«-t for t. . . ayd now, hfrr 1 aui, a we'! uiau. After taking y«ur «*»i!ici U* Inr^e itioiilii. 1 ,-,iii to feel well, and m four mouth* you pro iiniiii. ■•■! me cured. ] have waited till sin- lain d ly. ('or hv llMlklll/ at > "Uf teevrds you will fi. .1 it Is oue y r thi. in.iulh since I first cmli«-J - i«i see ,1 I - i . U M have » return ol lii- truu[*l«, but 1 have n-»t. but have grown «r»»rr lri.ni atMMith tv iii'nr 1 -i ••/■•- tern m.t 'i --1 bus ah*.ut f.vt> wassss, Iml before 1 went t.» se«* you taaMr* *v*b> bo -■_..- of a I'^uu'y c«iiut»c, but th i.gs l«<*a .ittferent bow ami there will so».n b« a livu - witi.es* of the irvigoratior power* of >■ 1- bbbA ciur*. |1...i..r. I have wr ■Kt**w tSis that you may i'ub!i?h It, •o th t .f any one v s£l ct»d, tney may kuow whrre >.a*y can <■■ • fr*.*un of being treated houora' anJ to a. 1 ..... ful i«.u* V HI my «r-tii:j«iti and this ..mall t<— l : r>onv <.. \ . r sci-ntmc attaiumeuU WU. 1 M S I N •« J>lW lssspe>rtsßsjt %m yiiitsrw, Trtitrllrrs. 4kc f|IIIF.RE 13 NO MALADY OF I'KM-.K.'t IXPfMYI ■ JL either ia medical or ssoral jm-i-i: 01 ma, ts which the bamaa family ia ail, liable, than th*x wkis< frosa im|rar. cooaeolions. A. a Medical rain, it is the daty of every phy.ician to !. >■« at di^eaa* aa it adocu beaila aasl \.ir. and his wle ob;ect • 41'uld be to mitigate, a. far a. lists) in n,s power, me bodily . iflen.rv Huniaa natura at best ia but frail, ail ara liab;* to BUBfcrtaae. Of all lha ills that aabet aaoa. bob* asw more terrible tiiaa thosa of a private nature. DiuadHsl as it la tho per»oo. wba oaotraet-t it. frwntful are iis ravas**. apoa Baa*MßßUtoiioa, eadiug frequeatly la Julmun aad a loath sale (rave, il becomes of stiil greater iaapeatanc* wae.u it r» bbbbobi 10 off.pnar. Such briar ta* cos. how aece^wary It beooaaao that every oaa Bavia« tho Ko« reeaan lo fear tiiat they Bate eonlractesl tba dnaaee, ihnal* auand to it as ouce by ■■■">- ulti.e scmc phy<iciaa, whose respnetabilay aud eilu.aii.iu. enables him to warrant a safe, aaoady and p<-nn:inrnt cure. la accordance with this aecessi: DR. YOL'N >i- • ■!• calk.l upen to stale tbet. by long study and e.asa»i»* pracuee, h« ha. become pet*Wl aisnrr of all thaia «i»>< ■ which 001 a aaaar Iha denomination or Venereal, ax>d baviaf pa»l ntoro attention to that oa* aiao.h thaa aay oth*r pnvsirian 10 tiia United State*, he feels haßawnVhoawr oarabied to treat 'hriri. Syphilis ia all its faraaa. sock as I'lrx.— . S^»iiii.». iv 100 Groins-. I leers ia tba throat. Secondary r>> ..;..:.» I'utant-nus Kruptlon.. Llceratmas, Tertuarv Syphilis, Syphilis ia ("hildreu, Mercurial Sypbiluic Aaaclieas, Ciiaaiihaa, (aleet, Stricnres, false passarea, lnilammation of 1 — >.:.:■ r, aaj Prostrale Glands, Ejicomliuns, Tumors, Pustules, etc., ar« a., f-iuiiiiar to hua a* iha most c*a*aaoa liiinc-. of daily ol" servatioa. Tbe Dr. e/Tects a ear* ia recent caar* in a few Jams, aa 1 findi no diilicuUy in enriug th*****" lon* duration, wittiout submit! the putient I* such trfjtm'nl as will draw upon bin. Ihe <ii«ateaa laiailne. or oblire buo to r. _t». t in- bti.i«n:».*, whether within doors wtt.s .vi. Tb.- .i.et aeod a** be ebanred. e«-ept ia ca-ses nf mn loflammauoo. TVrrs sre in Cliforuia patients (amoua*iug to over two thaawoavl ia the past yrar.) that coulU I'-irm-i p»,. oi tin* ; but ■:--■» are matters that reqmr-f the niee.t secr«i*y, which Be aiwaye preserves. All letters en.|,«:n; %'» wiil be Braarpdy aatenslod to. Ofice hi^urs from 9A. M. to 9P. M. sVassßMi JC. fOrmO, n. D. Express kwaj, comer of Montgomery and California -.tr?et«, fl aver Welh, > arro at Ca's Expres. Drpamirat A»\4ai>^riioji I>R J c. TOdß7a prtsvAra ill I'll" AL OFFICE.— To the ASiet^l— ln this, *it> jf prvgrcw, when scl> aca is danetasaac lUelf ia sack a an»r ss to appear ahnoot niiracn.'oa^, everythntr iv common '»l*c# is looked upon \« at>t wanh srtKS. Iv view of thi* fact Dr. Yoacg, (comer of ■oouroatrry and California streets, up stairs,) has euac'aded to inn Uie b*atra track hitherto r -. surd by most scir.ati£c physicisxs. (thai of waitir; I 'r tho p .1 iic o lad you alooej aud publish to the world, as aiura as :•» - le. bis kcowl,- |.c at ■.:■..• aoalu . art, ta let ■■■■-• who are ib bo- I uf aaaratue* haow wbera they taa Siiu reiief without f^arn. Lcing aavaaad asoa. la citaunuuios c this lunji lit. Dr. Tuuaf w*old .- ■ Ma for tue p*»i ten year* V -as pursnod tha practice) af nwus. cine in on* of ths l»r -*-l eitia. of Ihe I>-i-tl aWaaaa ■» , the highest snecrw. aaU thai .i« aabJiag a. a pnynciaa ie without rrr-ruaeh havibc al oa* tna* be*a — . i-jr-r a: . s University of I'Ransylvattla on nnrisi diasast*. ITpoa all of lh«Ba caosiilaiMioa«. i.. Town* h^a coalawaeo in inuoducin; hi.-nseU to iiie public, kcowis^ thai i-v» si sustain well taraod ■ til The following ar* a (aw cf ih* Busy t ■«• ■•..-•;• w■ • 1 have aapaataa hi th* p«»Hie jaaaaala withia ta. las« law years: [Frsia Uie oetoa aVnul Joersal.) Although we are opposed to tha systeaa if i '» ■•rin.tr. ir.r<. utl tij suScust r-j*iti-, stiU we '. -.1: it tut j-j*ueo to aay that Dr. Toaaa; is one of tho mo-- iacaatrv»i*» ,r-i taderaitfabie votaries of iho ai^iral scv:iiea ib lio l -..- 1 BsOSBM, (From Protaaaor Jack«oa.J Taoaaban-ihar i.Bwraae.al!y ac^aawwd wr.h lir Toaaa. and has aaca much of his p;ac^ce, a. a cao 9*w 1 ;.■:.. c ; .» his BMtlta aa a nractitioaer. [Frcßi tbe New York Hera M.] Tbe frticrsci of thi. i;-.i,iti-ti-:—i r v ■ ■:....'! 1 hie ,rofession, aad tha m| extended aoaostaßKiaa j aaan od by bim for t-.« arxwivalioa af veaenal his an, maas* hla aarwhaai iuvaluiwl. ta thos* aflictetl •:.» tha s a aaai pUiata. irroai tha Whaj aad Adverriaacl AU aStcaad whK private cnnij.loini* Ot-aiJ 1." .'r-e.kia.ua s<llt Dv. Ya>B|r, wbsao aitrriral ar.<-. >• aot swrimisd by any pbysiciaa in the eouvtry. In bt* sa- ■'.. -<M.or aod aiBajlaM all ssayrely wilh srfety. while «>•-• >t : • asvlicAl fraditioßers IB '■•:• ity are w i-.---.il i* --.-■>• cc tniaaiiahilßii. Oicir pr*:ecnmi« d*i.« frauaM ia igacraas* aad aaaaajp. nnß, OaH*, toraor of Moai«aoMry saJ CAllforaia s r»ts, or j „ site Pagn. iUco. * Co. s BacXist i.i '. '«". O**a froai S A. M to « P. M-. aaBBBBJ meiuaad. a o^sriTiTiosAi. utminv iHi SLMINAL WllriW*- **a J. C. YOJ'Mi wu ■ ' > "• . .- • srath««e woo have •nJaMd ihi mi atlas by privAla aaj lm i.r..iwrin.lu!ir»nce ia thai wscsoa t.»d aetaajj habit which ra.us lk« b«d« aod mil", aaaatia*T them f..r either aanaoaaa

or soewtv. TV.«sllowwßJaaw..a» * tbe mU na mloo. eaoly «ffccJ prosluced hy sarty aabiu ia ynuta. r-z ; weaaim ef ta. aaeh awl lioK f«« la laa bead, -.1 daßaaaa. *| sight, loss of ntusi.uUr a*w*r, r .al; i:a-:,.» o f ,j,, RM rt dyafepsw, aervousaess, .rrttabi.iiy, denLaaaßßM ef the di restive iBKUoao, general detulity, synniWaia ef eoaamo urn. *.«. * HeataUy, t*ie mortal eiTecu ou U. aaiad ara i» . is |n ba drndtsiL Loss af ■■■■ry, aaal—iao 01 ileao. '-ainaiii_ *f spirits, evil forabo4iag*, averuua v i-cwy, solf-distr-si. live »f sotieituda. timiOuy. *«.. an suiaa of t«, evils 1 r»■I .c-»f ' All Borsoaa wao at* antatud wtta aa« ol .-. a»nsa.s . tarns »ho»ld sot l».l to call aa Dv. Yean. s: „ ba at oae. «•»«.» B*r»sotl .lh. Ul ao UUm d«iicK> prmat but apply in,>nr.li«:.... aaj »w. y«sr*»ll Iv-. \oa aßwadi.l aad swful c.ao. V ...c* ol IB*, narria. nalasiv " ' WEAKJSKM or Tilt: OHU.V.N4* tmmadlawif eunJ ud tall ramood. l)R. J. C. YOI'SO. Conor ef lit a<««awry a»i Cshforua ainot% «l» .n:r. \|KUI4 tl. Als* li'K.-i.H. J. t> IDOB w!m L 1 ■ has becoaa* so ceWl^atnl for th. bbbw. ».-, sol cares "■■•eh a. has r a.fsia>aa oa oM cbmoii-, «'r. u-is iTaalMiii assl all private dw»BMa. wiihoat saercury. m coast. ltasl d»ii>* atkisoflce. cefaat of Mnaayomsry and Cs.t-f.-rt ia str-ata. up stain, torn •a.bltos r. n. A cur. g^araaiced ,■ ao Dr Toaa« ba. prohahly hod Bora oractiaa in wao to.l diseases lhaa aay othor pay»ic;..» v. C^.for,,.. U» , sr.. all Us most aggravated cases of this disease, a .-d mi'A m*m a* resMves ib from two to tva daya. Tha i>... u« h*> for ma*y years, be.a aaown aa the moot emu-.»twd sweceasfsl phyaictaa practising ia the Uanod S;aua, au • hat ia m t» ■ mponam io i!i- patieay it always eahct. a apoady aaal bo» Travollora,oißai>a.aiu»«v*%ad ata«rs. wbo w,, B tobooaaaat • ithoul BMrcary. hindraau from busia*^. M etiwwire t« fr*-.. .hmU I apply •. his, m M p^.bl^ .ST. r^' feet ear. wiU ba ruvaafamd in all rarahla am Kee..ls>rs the name and nuaiber— DZ.J.C YoD.NO. «on»r a-Hous, ronwry and CAbforaia streets, •ppo.ita r»«>, Bacar* C..', OSes open (torn a. s. to r a.


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